Admissions and Withdrawals

The Aadhar Card and Birth Certificate should be produced at the time of registration.
Date of Birth once entered in the school register, will not be changed. Pupils having attended another school cannot be admitted, even for a short time, without a transfer certificate.

Admission to the school is restricted by conditions of age, conduct and an entrance test. The principal reserves the right to refuse any of the applications without having to assign reason for the decision.

No leaving certificate will be issued unless applied for by the parents or guardians in writing and all the dues have been paid. Before the withdrawal of pupils, a month's notice in writing should be given to the principal.

If a pupil is withdrawn after January, fee upto March must be paid. A duplicate copy of Transfer certificate shall be issued only for adequate reasons in which case a fee of Rs. 50/- shall be levied.

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School Curriculum

The syllabus is as per CBSE guidelines and the medium of instruction is English. Urdu/Sanskrit is taught as the third language. Computer Science is compulsory from class 1 upwards. Workshops, brain-storming sessions, seminars, group-based activities, Personality Development programs, active learning effective communication,team building, exposure visits, problem solving, sports and cultural activities, test etc to let out their creative energies and develop soft skills.


Home work /Assignments

Students will be given home work regularly, These homework /assignments will be short.Students should not have spent more than 20 minutes to complete home work for each subject. Thus, in a week, students should spend only 20x5=100 minutes of time at home to complete home work for subjects. Regular short home work will encourage students to be regular in their studies. These will be checked and returned to students promptly.


Students are expected to attend classes regularly. Marks assigned for attendance will be propotional to their attendance. They will obtain full marks for 100 percent attendance only. Going to school regularly is important for your child's future. Parents are responsible for making sure their children receive full-time education. Talking to your child and their teachers could help solve any problems if your child doesn't want to go to school.