Admission Process

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Admission to the school is open to all boys and girls irrespective of class, creed or community. Parents who wish to register their child for admission must fill out the registration form and register the child as early as possible on payment of registration fee. The registration of a student does not guarantee admission, which will depend on the student being found suitable for the class after an admission test and personal interview with the parents of the students. In all matters about admission, the decision of the Principal is final.

If a student is found fit for the class in which admission is sought, a provisional offer of a vacancy will be made which must be accepted within 10 days of the offer being made.

Admission will be considered on production of the following documents :

* Birth Certificate in original.
* Transfer Certificate.(counter Signed by Board)
* Health Certificate (for boarders only).
* Latest Progress report of the students.


Should a parent decide against sending his son / daughter to the school, after depositing admission fee and security deposit, he will not be entitled to a refund of either the admission fee or annual charges and would be liable to pay one month's school fee in case of day boarders and two month's school fee in case of boarders.
Minimum of 30 days' notice is required by the school in case a student is to be withdrawn.
Fee will be charged for the number of calendar months the student has been in the school. (part of the month will be treated as full month.) Suppose a boy leaves on 5th of the month, then full fee for the month will be charged. In addition, fee for the notice period will be deducted if a student is withdrawn without giving notice of withdrawal as given above. Final settlement of account and issue of transfer certificate will be done on receipt of clearance from all concerned which may take two weeks from the date of withdrawal.

The Principal may at any time, without assigning any reason, require a parent to withdraw his son / daughter from the school if he / she considers that to be in the interest of the school.