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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…