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Admission and Withdrawal

Admission Policy

LKG (2021 – 2022 Sessions)

Every child has right to have quality education and we make no discrimination on the basis of caste, creed, sex, economic status or social status. However, we can admit only as many as we can. This is a co-educational institution keeping 50% seats both boys and girls i.e. upholding gender equality as far as possible.

Prospectus and registration form for admission to LKG will be available through online/offline. Child who has completed 3.9 years to 4.8 years as on 1st April 2021 can apply for admission in the current academic year. (Born between August, 2016 and July, 2017).

Parents seeking admission of their wards in LKG must register their ward’s name online and submit duly filled registration form in the school office on the said date and time. Dates for the verifications will be allotted to each child at the time of submitting the duly completed registration form. On the allotted dates for verification, the parents will come with the child. If there are more number of candidates (more than the available seats) found eligible for admission after the verification, then the required number will be finalized by draw of lots. The list of the selected students will be displayed on the school notice board/website and their parents will be given time to deposit admission fees and complete other formalities. Only the parent of the child and no other relatives will be able to complete the admission formalities.

If the parent, whose child’s name is there in the admission list, is unable to complete the formalities within the given dates will forfeit the chance for the admission. Fee once paid at the time of admission is non-refundable in case of withdrawal. The management is not responsible for any unauthorized persons or activities in the name of the admission. Date of birth once registered cannot be altered. [(as per U.P.G.O. No. 1101/1(5)].

It must be very clear that the parents who are seeking admission of their wards to L.K.G are fully aware of all the above conditions and have already read these conditions which were displayed on the school notice board/website much in advance. The Management reserves the right to have the last word in all matters related to admission.

Admission

  • Although a minority institution, we do admit children of different castes and creeds.
  • All applications for admission have to be made in writing on the form obtained from the school office.
  • No child of less than 3 years 9 months and more than 4 years 8 months will be admitted to L.K.G. . For higher classes add one year for each class.
  • A pupil seeking admission must produce the Date of Birth Certificate issued by the govt. authorities along with the Transfer Certificate if applicable.
  • Irrespective of the time of admission, fee will be charged from the beginning of the academic session.
  • All documents, once admitted, become the property of the school and are not returned.

Withdrawal

  • The application for Transfer Certificate should be made in writing by the parents or guardian along with prescribed fee.
  • One full academic session be completed for obtaining a T.C.
  • A month’s notice in writing is required before a student can be withdrawn; in lieu of such a notice, an additional fee of one month may be deposited. No such notice is acceptable during the school vacation; and in case of a withdrawal at this time, the fee must be paid up to the end of the term.
  • No Transfer Certificate or any other Certificate will be issued if there are dues pending.

Removal from school

A child's place in school is subject to good behaviour and satisfactory work. The school expects its pupils to be obedient and courteous not only in the school but outside as well. Any objectionable conduct reported either inside or outside the school, is part of the pupils, then liable for disciplinary action. Repeated misconduct, cheating in examination or other offenses against honesty or morality will lead to the expulsion of Pupil. Repeated misconduct and non-cooperation from the parent is also a ground for expulsion from the school.

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