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Rohit Valiyan

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What is the procedure for Nursery Admission in the schools, for both general and EWS category?


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Nursery Admission of your tiny tot is one of the most crucial steps in the building up of his/her future. Parents at this time, are all attentive and try to make as fewer mistakes as possible. Naturally, they will be needing to keep their eyes and ears all open at this time of the year.


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And the whole process is even more difficult for those belonging to EWS/DG or other such categories.

From the selection of the perfect school to the knowledge of the selection criteria, everything has to be known and timely executed. To make the things a bit simpler for the parents, here are some points that should be noted.

Dates:

As per the schedule of last few years, Aglasem has released a tentative schedule for the admissions. It is given below:

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Other things to be noted:

• As per the rule, the no. of seats in any school will not be less than the highest number of seats in the same class in the last three academic years. So you can easily predict the number of seats available in various schools.

• For the general category, the admission registration fee (that of Rs. 25/-) is mandatory, without any extra charges. The candidates of the EWS/DG category are exempted from the registration fee payment. Buying the prospectus is not compulsory.

• The minimum age for the entry level admissions is 3, 4, and 5 years by 31 March 2019, for Pre-school, Pre-primary, and Class I respectively.


Seat Distribution:

• In the private unaided schools of Delhi, 25% seats are reserved for the candidates belonging to Economically Weaker Sections and Disadvantaged Groups.

• 5% seats are dedicated to the staff quota.

• 5% seats fall under girl’s quota.

• Remaining 70% seats belong to open quota.

Advantages to EWS/DG category:

• For those students whose family annual income is less than one lakh rupees, the books and uniform are free of cost, according to RTE.

• The schools have to provide education to these students till the completion of their school education.

• The common registration form will be available in all the schools free of cost.

• At the time of the admission, the Income Certificate needs to be produced.

• An affidavit for the income has to be submitted every year for the continuation of the benefits.

• No school can deny admission to these children.


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