Nursery Admission 2018-19

Delhi Public School DPS Faridabad Sector 19 Admissions Open 2017-18

Delhi Public School DPS Faridabad Sector 19 Admissions Open 2017-18REGISTRATION FORM ( SESSION 2017 - 18 )
Class -  NURSERY TO IX Admissions (OPEN - CLICK HERE TO FILL THE REGISTRATION FORM)Instructions: Please read the frequently asked questions (FAQs) section carefully before proceeding to the Registration Form. Click here to read FAQs Age limit: The child should be between 3 and 4 years of age as on 1st April, 2017 (born between 1.04.2013 to 31.03.2014) to be eligible for admission to the Nursery Class. While a child more than 4 years would be eligible for admission to Prep Class, application for any child below 3 years would be rejected. 1. The registration process consists of two steps :
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Delhi Nursery School Admissions: Forms To Be Out Next Wed, First List On Feb 15

This year the Delhi government is not bringing any changes in the admission criteria and schools get to decide their own criteria and allot points to various criterions such as distance, first child, girl child and alumnus.

The application forms for nursery admissions to around 1,500 private schools will begin from December 27 with the first list of selected candidates to be announced by schools on February 15 next year.

The directorate of education (DoE) on Tuesday announced the admission schedule for nursery admissions for the class of 2018 in unaided recognised private schools in the city.

This year the government is not bringing any changes in the admission criteria and schools get to decide their own criteria and allot points to various criterions such as distance, first child, girl child and alumnus.

“…all private unaided recognised schools shall develop and adopt criteria for admission which shall be fair, reasonable, well defined, equitable, non-discriminatory, unambiguous and tra…

Panels To Look Into Complaints Of Fee Hike By Private Schools

Govt notifies Fee Anomaly Committees to crack down on erring schools

Parents aggrieved with arbitrary fee hikes by private unaided schools in Delhi will now be able to register their complaints with ‘Fee Anomaly Committees’, which were notified by the Delhi government on Wednesday.

All Deputy Directors of Education have been directed to ensure that the panels are effective in every district. 90-day deadline

They have also been ordered to take action on the complaints within 90 days. The panels are being set up pursuant to the recommendations of the Justice Duggal Committee, constituted by the Delhi High Court.

“Any parent or guardian aggrieved by the amount of fees or any other charge being levied by the school may register a complaint with the fee anomaly committee of the respective district with a processing fees of ₹100,” an official said.

All recognised unaided schools have been directed to cooperate with the committees and furnish records of the school and submit details of accounts,…

Nursery Admission 2018 Process Of Forms To Be Issued Begins

The Chandigarh Education department has set December 12 as the deadline for submitting application forms in these schools.

The process of issuing application forms for admission to nursery and kindergarten classes at private and convent schools has begun. Parents are now rushing for admitting their child to the best schools.

The Chandigarh Education department has set December 12 as the deadline for submission of forms in these schools.
Here's what some parents said about the admission:

"To seek admission in private and convent schools in Chandigarh is a very tough task. We have to do all the homework for admission weeks before. We can't rely on single applications as seats are limited in all schools. So, I will apply to several schools so that I have the chance to select one," Amar Gupta from Manimajra told Indian Express while trying admission for his niece.

"Today, I applied to five schools online. I was waiting for forms to be issued for the last two weeks. I ha…

Nursery Admissions: Age Breather For Differently Abled Applicants This Year

For Class nursery, the upper age limit has been fixed at 4 years. But, for differently abled children with physical challenges, the upper age limit will be 5 years as on March 31 of the admission year. For differently abled children with mental challenges, the upper age limit is 5 years as on March 31 of the admission year, though the school principal can give further relaxation of one year on submission of required documents,” an official from the Directorate of Education (DOE) said.

This year, the upper age limit for differently abled applicants for entry level classes may get revised. The admission process is likely to be same as last year.

Parents of differently abled children will get a breather in nursery admissions in private schools this year as the Delhi government is planning to relax the norms for applicants with physical and mental challenges.

This year, the upper age limit for differently abled applicants for entry level classes may get revised. The admission process is lik…

Nursery admissions soon, yet no fee regulation policy in Chandigarh

The delay in formulating the guidelines have permitted private schools in Chandigarh to hike their fee by 10-15% in the new academic session as well.

Even as nursery class admission for session 2018-19 are about to begin by November end, Chandigarh has failed to come up with a policy to monitor the annual fee hike by private schools.

Four years have passed since the Punjab and Haryana high court had directed Chandigarh along with Punjab and Haryana to form separate panels to study the issue and set up a regulatory mechanism. Following the order, UT administration had set up a high-powered committee under the chairmanship of late Justice RS Mongia (retd)

However, the delay in formulating the guidelines have permitted the city private schools to hike their fee by 10-15% in the new academic session as well.

Last proposal sent six months ago

A proposal, sent six months ago, was returned by the Union ministry of home affairs (MHA), asking for some clarifications and suggesting some amendment…

Will Take Over 449 Private Schools Delhi Govt Tells HC

New Delhi: The Delhi government on Wednesday told a sceptical high court that it intends to take over the management of 449 private schools that have failed to refund excess fees to parents. The schools had been identified as defaulters by the court-appointed Justice Anil Dev committee that ordered recovery of excessive school fee with a 9% interest. The takeover proposal has been sent to the lieutenant governor for approval recently.

DoE's claim left a bench of Justices Siddharth Mridul and Najmi Waziri part surprised, part bemused, as it wondered if it was a "bluff" by the government to jolt errant schools to fall in line or a serious attempt to run private institutions. "Alarmingly, in 449 out of 544 schools, the department proposes to take over the management in accordance with law which is placed before the lieutenant governor Delhi for approval," the court recorded in its order, asking if "even 50 trained officials or principals are available" wi…

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Stop Over-Age EWS Students From Seeking Admission

The AAP government has informed the Delhi High Court on Wednesday that over-age students of the economically backward section (EWS) and disadvantaged group (DG) have been applying for admissions in the primary classes causing problems to the school administration.

The Delhi government has requested the court to modify an earlier order passed by the High Court which put a stay on the government's circular to set upper age limit for admissions to the EWS/DG category.

Staking its claim, the government said that the Federation of Public Schools, Delhi has written to them that there is "drastic age difference amongst the list of students of pre-school, ranging from three years to seven years" which would create disparity among the students of the same class.

"The admission of the over-age students would create disparity among the students of same class and will disturb the dynamics of classroom teaching thereby leading to isolation as students with varied age groups have di…

EWS Kids Asked To Pay For Books Uniforms

New Delhi: As the new academic session is set to start, parents of students admitted under EWS category are being asked by schools to pay for books and uniforms, as against the government guidelines.

According to guidelines by Directorate of Education, schools “shall not charge tuition fee from the students admitted under EWS/DG category. Further, schools have to provide the free books, school uniforms and writing material to each and every student admitted under EWS/DG category, as is mandated for other children.”

However, contrary to this, private schools are “forcing” parents of Economically Weaker Section-Disadvantaged Group students to shell out money for books, uniforms, and transport.

“The school said only tuition fee is not charged and rest we will have to pay otherwise the admission will be cancelled. I told the principal about the guidelines but she insisted on paying Rs 8,500,” said a parent, a daily-wage labourer, who did not wish to be identified. His child has got admission…

Nursery Admission: Delhi HC Refuses To Stay Order Quashing Neighbourhood Norm

Over 298 schools were free to regulate their nursery admission process as a result of the single judges’ order, says Delhi HC

New Delhi: The Delhi high court on Friday refused to set aside an interim order staying the operation of the criterion of neighbourhood or distance for nursery admissions in Delhi Under a 7 January notification issued by the Delhi government, it had sought to make it mandatory for private, unaided minority schools to admit nursery students, using their neighbourhood and the distance they travel as a criterion. It gave priority for admission to those living within a radius of one kilometre from the school. In case seats remained vacant, those living within a three-kilometre radius would be given a chance. The Delhi government had moved the court two days after the single judges’ order quashing the neighbourhood criteria was passed. The appeal was heard by a division bench headed by chief justice of Delhi high court, G. Rohini who heard the matter at length but did no…

Nursery Race Gets Tough With Too Many Forms For One Seat

NEW DELHI: Now that the applications for nursery admissions have been submitted, schools have started compiling documents and initiated the admission process. Several popular schools received as many as 85 applications for one seat by the time the application process ended on Tuesday.

Springdales School Pusa Road, has 53 seats at the entry level in the general category but has received nearly 4,500 applications, which means at least 85 children are competing for one seat.

"The number of online registrations were around 6,000, but a number of them did not translate into actual applications. The number of applications that have attached documents with them and have been paid for are around 4,500," said principal Ameeta Mulla Wattal.

Other schools, meanwhile, have slightly better ratios. For examples, Indian School on Josip Broz Tito Marg, has got 3,200 applications for 154 seats. This means 20 children will fight for each seat. Tania Joshi, its principal, said, "Last year we…

Nursery Admissions: Living Near Schools May Not Guarantee A Seat

Ahlcon International School in Mayur Vihar awarded 40 points to those applicants who live within the radius of 3 km, however their lottery cut-off was 65 points.Admission to nursery schools has various criteria and being residing near the schools simply cannot fetch you admission for your ward. As reported by The Indian express, applicants who have siblings in the intended schools, who is the first child, or applicants whose parents are alumni of the same schools, are some of the admission criterions and the neighbourhood norms alone cannot be guaranteed admission. It is widely accepted that nursery admission across Delhi's schools is based on points system, according to which the cut-off points are determined. Point system at DPS Vasant Kunj: Of the 100 points, 40 are awarded to those applicants who reside near the school or within the radius of 1 kmAs many as 30 points are awarded to those applicants whose siblings read in the same schoolAround 20 points are awarded to alumni's …

Nursery Admission Case Battle Resumes In Delhi HC Today

The admission process for nursery classes has started from January 15 and will continue till January 31.

The Delhi High court on Monday will hear the case relating to nursery admission notification issued by the state government, which made it mandatory for private unaided minority schools to admit students in the unreserved category on the basis of neighbourhood criteria.

The Delhi government’s counsel cited the previous judgements in the case. In the last hearing, the court had stayed the Delhi Government’s notification for 15 to 20 minority schools.

As per the new set of guidelines approved by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, all applicants living in the neighbourhood of the school will be given priority over those living further away. Apart from this, the other pointers include no preference to girl child and guidelines for sibling in the same school.

The admission process for nursery classes has started from January 15 and will continue till January 31. Around 260 schools have approa…