5 Things To Prepare For Delhi School Admissions 2019-20

5 Things To Prepare For Delhi School Admissions 2019-20

Brace Yourselves for the 2019-20 Delhi School Admissions !!!

School Admissions in Delhi happen every year during the winters. They start by the first week of January and end by the last week of March. But the preparation for the admission season shall start much before January & it needs a lot of mental & physical involvement from both the parents. Some parents lose out on all the important admission updates, dates & timelines due to lack of a centralized information on the internet. In this article, we are going to talk about the 5 things to prepare for Delhi School Admissions 2019-20, which will help you pass this admission season with flying colors. You might also be interested in reading the following article: What Is The Importance of Nursery Admissions To Parents?

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Parent Eligibility

There used to be a time when the parents were interviewed, they were given preference basis their education, social status, income & some strange parameters like drinking & eating habits. The Directorate Of Education (DoE) has banned all such selection criteria formerly used by schools in Delhi. Click here to read the full Article.

The only thing that makes a parent eligible for the admissions in Delhi, is the availability of a valid residential proof of Delhi.

Proof of Residential Address for General Category (Any of the below):

  • Ration Card/Smart Card Issued in the name of parents (Mother/Father having the name of child).
  • Domicile certificate of child or of his/her parents.
  • Voter I-Card (EPIC) of any of the parents.
  • Electricity bill/MTNL telephone bill/Water bill/Passport in the name of any of the parents or child.
  • Aadhaar Card/Ulfr card (Front & Back) issued in the name of any of the parents.

Note: Some schools accept the rent receipt as an address proof but most of the schools do not. To be on the safe side, get your Aadhar card’s address modified which could be amended easily on showing your rent receipt. The Aadhar updating process takes time, so even if you do not have the updated Aadhar card copy, you can add an enrollment slip of the Aadhar application & later produce the updated Aadhar card at the time of admissions.

Proof of Present Residential Address for EWS/DG Category (Any of the below):

  • Ration card in the name of Parents along with the name of the child on it.
  • Domicile certificate of the child or his/her parents.
  • Voter ID card of any of the parents.
  • Utility bill such as Electricity/ Landline/ Water bill etc.
  • Unique Identity Card (Aadhaar card) of either of the parents or the child as issued by the Govt. of India.
  • Passport in the name of any of the parents or child.
  • In the case of a rented accommodation, an affidavit on stamp paper should be submitted along with any valid photo identity for e.g. Aadhar Card, Passport, Voter ID etc.

Child Eligibility

If the Directorate Of Education (DoE) has a strict policy around a particular admission criterion then it has to be the child’s age & there is a relaxation of not even a day. The Delhi School Admission Child Age criterion has been framed by the government to stop the long-lasting legacy of children of different age groups studying in the same class. According to the DOE, all the children studying in a particular standard should have the same level of brain development & no child shall feel inferior to others because of an age gap.
For admission to the Private Unaided schools of Delhi, the age of the applicant is calculated as on 31 March of the year in which admission is sought.

General Category:

  • For Nursery/Pre-School: Between 3Yrs-4Yrs
  • For KG/Pre-Primary: Between 4Yrs-5Yrs
  • For Class 1:  Between 5Yrs-6Yrs

EWS/DG Category:

The DOE provides a relaxation of one year in the Upper Age limit for Children with Special Needs/Disabled Children Category. The mentally challenged applicants can further have a relaxation in the upper age limit post approval by the Principal on submission of the requisite documents. See below:

 

  • For Nursery/Preschool:
    Physically Challenged –> Less than 5 years as on 31 March of the year in which the admission is sought
    Mentally Challenged –> Less than 5 years as on 31 March of the year in which the admission is sought which can be further relaxed only by the Principal/HOS subject on submission of the requisite documents.

 

  • For KG/Pre-Primary:
    Physically Challenged –> Less than 6 years as on 31 March of the year in which the admission is sought
    Mentally Challenged –> Less than 6 years as on 31 March of the year in which the admission is sought which can be further relaxed only by the Principal/HOS subject on submission of the requisite documents.

 

  • Class 1:
    Physically Challenged –> Less than 7 years as on 31 March of the year in which the admission is sought
    Mentally Challenged –> Less than 7 years as on 31 March of the year in which the admission is sought which can be further relaxed only by the Principal/HOS subject on submission of the requisite documents.

The rejection of an application for relaxation in upper age limits (in case of a student with mental disabilities) should be based on valid grounds & a speaking order shall be passed by the Principal of the school. The parent/ child should have the right to appeal before the Director (Education) & before the principal secretary (Education) in the second appeal. The decision of the principal secretary shall be final & binding on all concerned.

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FAQs

Q1) My kid is 4Yrs + as on 31 March of the admission year. Is he eligible for the nursery admissions in Delhi?

A1) No, as per DOE’s guidelines which stated that from 2019-20 onwards, the child must be between 3Yrs and 4Yrs as on 31 March of the admission year. Not even a day’s relaxation is given to the parents. Though you can apply in KG for your kid. The applicants belonging to EWS/DG category might get relations (See the above answer)

 

Q2) My kid is just a few days short of 3 Yrs as on 31 March of the admission year (2 Yrs 11 Months 25 Days). Is he eligible for the nursery admissions in Delhi?

A2) Even if the kid is one day short of 3 years as, on 31 March of the admission, he/she is not eligible for the nursery admissions in private unaided schools of Delhi. The applicants belonging to EWS/DG category might get relations (See the first answer)

 

2. Narrow Down The List Of Schools You Wish To Apply For:

There are around 1700 private schools and more than 200+ Boarding schools near Delhi. An answer to all the below questions will help you narrow down your search results. For a complete list of private schools in Delhi with a filter of Gender, School Fee & Location, you can visit the website: Schoolling.

Q1) What type of school are you looking for?

  • Day School
  • Boarding School

Q2) Which Gender specific school do you prefer for your kid?

  • Co-Educational
  • Only Boys
  • Only Girls

Q3) What is your approximate annual budget?

  • < 30 K
  • 30 K – 50 K
  • 50 K – 70 K
  • 70 K – 1 Lac
  • 1 Lac – 2 Lac
  • > 2 Lac

Q4) What teaching medium do you want to send your child to?

  • English
  • Hindi
  • Regional Language (Gujarati, Punjabi, Marathi etc)

Q5) What School Management do you prefer?

  • Private Schools
  • Central Government/ Kendriya Vidyalaya
  • Local Body Schools

 

Click here to see the detailed article: 10 Tips On How To Choose A School For Your Child.

Note: Schoolling.com along with Times of India’s (TOI) survey has compiled a list of BEST & EMERGING SCHOOLS in Delhi for you.

See here the List of Best Schools In Delhi.

List Of Emerging Schools In Delhi

Click here to see the list of all the Private Unaided Schools in Delhi

FAQs

Q1) How can I find the nearest Private Unaided Recognised schools from my residence & where can I find the basic details about the schools like annual fee structure, rating, reviews by parents, location, gender, admission dates, documents, selection criteria etc?

A1) Since the admissions to private unaided schools of Delhi for the General Category applicants is non-centralised, the parents usually spend a lot of time navigating to each school’s website, checking their admission process, timelines, documents individually. You can now visit the website: SCHOOLLING. Find all the important information about schools in your area under 1 roof, filter & sort schools basis your requirement & apply to multiple schools by filling a single admission form & never visit the schools for registrations.

 

Q2) Are there any schools for Government service parents?

A2) Yes, schools are set up for govt services like armed forces / paramilitary forces/ central services / all India service. Just like minority schools, they can reserve seats for the applicants of employees of such govt services. Although, unlike minority schools, the remaining seats will be considered under open category & will follow the normal admission process. 25% reservation of EWS/DG category is also applicable in these schools.

 

Q3) What are Minority Schools?

A3) All the schools built on a particular religious or linguistic belief fall under the category of Minority schools. Eg: Sikh, Christian, Muslim schools. The government has given the freedom to these private unaided minority schools to abolish the 25% mandatory quota for EWS/DG category & can instead reserve these seats for the minority groups in their schools. However, the minority schools which were allotted land by the Government must reserve seats up to an extent of 20%. Here is the Click here to see the List of all the Minority Schools in Delhi

 

3. Study The Whole Admission Process Of Delhi:

The admission to private unaided schools in Delhi for the General Category applicants happens through a point system where every applicant is assigned points basis the selection criteria adopted by the school, with a maximum of 100 points. The applicants with the higher number of points get selected as per seat availability in the school. If applicants have the same score, then the decision is made through a lucky draw. Some common selection parameters are:

·       Neighborhood:

The distance of school from the applicant’s home is one of the highest weighted criteria used by schools. Today, most of the schools adhere to this and give maximum weight to the child staying closer to the school. The points allotted to the neighborhood varies from school to school. Some schools use radial distance to calculate distance, other schools use distance by road. Some schools like Queen Mary’s School ask for the proof of distance on an affidavit

(Click here to download a sample Distance Affidavit), some other schools like Sachdeva Public School simply ask for a print out of the distance on Google Maps.

 

·       Sibling:

Schools like Ramjas School, Salwan Montessori School etc. grant some points if the child has elder sibling(s) studying in the same school. It is important to mark that only brothers and sisters sharing blood relation & who are currently studying in the same school for which you have applied will be considered as the sibling. It is also to be noted that it is completely at the discretion of the school to decide the points. Some schools do not give the benefit of these points to the third child when two siblings are already studying in the school.

 

·       Alumni:

Many schools also give benefit to the child if his/her parent is an alumnus of the school. Some schools consider parents belonging to the same education society as an alumnus. Eg. Apeejay School, Springdales school. Some schools demand that parents should have studied in either X or XII to be considered as an alumnus. Schools like Mata Jai Kaur Public School, Ashok Vihar are okay with parents studying at least one year in the school. Some others might demand a minimum of 5 years.

 

·       Girl:

A lot of schools these days allot points to a girl candidate. St. Andrew Scots Sr. Sec. School allots points to the girl child.

 

·       Staff ward:

Schools like Bal Vikas Public School award certain points to the child belonging to the ward of a staff member. Some schools also award points to grandchildren of staff employed at the school.

·       Only Child:

There are some schools which give weight to the single/first child of the parent.

 

·       Delhi Police Personnel:

These are school specific parameters. Few schools like Delhi Police Public School allocate some points to the child if the parent is a Delhi Police personnel.

·       Single Parent:

Some schools allot points to the child who is parented by a single parent.

·       Transferred from Other City:

Schools like Sovereign Public School allot points to the child transferred from other cities/ states. It could be a government or a private job interstate, city or international transfer.

 

·       Linguistic & Regional Minority:

Schools like Montfort School, Jaspal Kaur Public School etc. allot points to linguistic and regional minority students.

 

·       Adopted Child:

Schools like Shri Ram School allot points in the case of an adopted child.

Click here to read the detailed article on the admission process for schools in Delhi

The point system has been attained to provide maximum transparency in admission process with minimum discretion to schools. It is important to note the following:

  • It is completely up to the school to consider parameters (from the above) for admission.
  • Schools can distribute weight to these parameters according to their choice.
  • No school can include the points which have been recently abolished by the government of Delhi (Non-smoking parents, Child Interviews etc.). Please read the following question for a detailed answer.

Note: Click here to see the admission criteria for all the private unaided schools in Delhi. You can now calculate the score of your dream schools & compare it with last year’s cut-off scores by visiting these school’s website individually. This will help you get an idea where you stand as per previous year’s cut-off scores. 

FAQs

Q1) How many private schools are there in Delhi? What are the category wise total number of seats?

A1) There are a total of 1770 Private Unaided Schools in Delhi with a total of approximately 1.25 Lakhs seats (90,000 seats come under General category & 30,000 seats come under EWS/DG Category).

 

Q2) What are the total number of applicants every year?

A2) Last year in 2018-19 Delhi School Admissions), there were approximately 5,00,000 applications for 1,25,000 seats in 1,700 private unaided schools under the General category.

 

Q3) What are the minimum number of seats in a school for Nursery Admissions?

A3) It varies from school to school, although the DOE has a guideline that the number of seats at the entry levels shall not be less than the highest number of seats in the entry-level classes during the last three admission seasons. The schools must declare all the details of the entry level classes (i.e. Nursery/KG/l) along with the seats available for admission on the directorate’s website as well as on their notice board & website.

 

Q4) What is the admission seat breakup for Private Unaided Schools of Delhi?

A4)

  • 25 % Seats are reserved for EWS, DG Category (Non-Mandatory for Minority Schools. However the minority schools which were allotted land by the Government, must reserve seats up to an extent of 20%)
  • 5% Seats for Staff Quota (Children/ grandchildren of staff/ employees)
  • 20% Management Quota
  • 50% General Category

Note: Allocation of management quota is an abolished selection parameter mandated by the DOE, although a lot of private unaided schools still form it as a basis of selection.

 

Q5) Do all the schools have seat reserved for EWS & DG Category? And what about minority schools?

A5) The government has given the freedom to the private unaided minority schools (Sikh/ Christian etc.) to abolish the 25% mandatory quota for EWS/DG category & can instead reserve these seats for the minority groups in their schools. However, the minority schools which were allotted land by the Government must reserve seats up to an extent of 20%. For rest of the private unaided schools, it is mandatory to reserve 25% seats for EWS/DG category.

 

Q6) Different schools have different entry levels of classes. How are parents eligible for reserved seats under the EWS/DG category?

  • A6) Those schools which are imparting pre-school education shall provide for 25% admission to children belonging to EWS & DG at the pre-school level.
  • Those schools which do not have pre-school education & are taking children at class 1 level, shall provide 25% seats to EWS/DG category at level 1.
  • Those schools which have preschools and are taking fresh admissions in pre-primary (KG) & 1st class  will have to confirm 25% seats at all levels wherever fresh admissions are there

 

Q7) Can the children belonging to EWS/ DG Category apply for the open seats (Remaining 75% seats) in Private Unaided Schools?

A7) Yes they can apply for the remaining 75% seats as well. Although they shall not apply for both the reserved & non-reserved seats in the same school in the same admission year.

 

Q8) Can an applicant apply for both EWS & DG Category in Private Unaided Schools if he/she qualifies for the same?

A8) Yes they can apply for any of the reserved categories if applicable although they shall not apply for both the reserved seats in the same school in the same admission year.

 

4. Prepare Your Documents

Documents are essentially one of the major requirements of the Delhi School Admissions. These documents; originals, certificates & affidavits form the basis of proving your identity. The school has the rights to reject an application basis the authenticity of an admission document. So all the parents out here, please make sure that all your documents are up to date, have matching details and most importantly are authentic.

Before jumping onto the section of documents required, we will first look at some of the key points to remember:

  • Make a visit to the photo studio and get the child’s, father’s, mother’s, family latest passport size photographs printed in bulk! This is one thing you can’t do without! Also, print enough copies of yours and your spouse’s, as most schools demand the parents’ photographs. Also, scan these passport size photographs or ask the photo studio to mail you a soft copy.

  • Aahdar Card for the child. Even if you don’t have it, get a temporary enrolment slip. You must produce the updated aadhar card at the time of admissions.

  • All the documents should have the same details. Eg: Address, spelling etc. Even if not get them corrected.

  • The Birth Certificate of the child should have the Name of the child. Get it corrected

  • Photocopy sets of documents with your signatures (Attested). Do at least 20 photocopies each.

 

Here is a list of all the documents required (General/EWS/DG Category) for Delhi School Admissions followed by some frequently asked questions.

General Category:

The below is an exhaustive list of all the documents required during Delhi School Admissions which are mandatory as per the DOE (Directorate of Education), although a lot of private unaided schools demand some additional documents as well. The applicants are required to submit a self-attested copy of all the documents at the time of registration & need to produce the original documents if they are selected for the admissions.

Mandatory Documents:

1. Birth Certificate: Issued by the Municipal Corporation or an equivalent authority (Name of the child along with other relevant information such as DOB, Parents name etc. must be endorsed on the certificate and it should be duly signed by the Registrar of Birth). Click here to download a sample Date Of Birth certificate

2. Proof of Residential Address: Any of the following:

  • Ration Card/Smart Card Issued in the name of parents (Mother/Father having the name of child).
  • Domicile certificate of child or of his/her parents.
  • Voter I-Card (EPIC) of any of the parents.
  • Electricity bill/MTNL telephone bill/Water bill/Passport in the name of any of the parents or child.
  • Aadhaar Card/Ulfr card (Front & Back) issued in the name of any of the parents.

3. Aadhar Card of Child

4. Aadhar Card Of Father

5. Aadhar card of Mother

6. Child’s recent passport size photo. 

7. Father’s/ Guardian’s recent passport size photo

8. Mother’s/ Guardian’s recent passport size photo

9. Family Photo

10. Medical Certificate and Immunization Certificate:  Issued by a registered Medical Practitioner. Some schools ask for an original. Either get colored photocopies or get multiple medical certificates from the doctor.  Click here to download a sample Medical Certificate

Download the Medical Certificate & Immunization Card Format

 

Non Mandatory Documents:

1. Letter of the Parish Priest/ Pastor: For Christians/Catholic

2. Baptism Certificate/ Dedication Certificate: For Christians/Catholic

3. Religion Minority Certificate (Sikh Certificate/Baptism Certificate, Letter of the Parish Priest). Click here to download a sample Sikh community Minority Certificate.

4. Affidavit of ‘Single Parent’ along with Death Certificate/Divorce Certificate.

5. Affidavit of ‘Girl Child’.

6. Sibling’s ID Card, Fee Receipt, Report Card etc. : For Siblings studying in the same school.

7. Parent’s Mark sheet of class XII/Passing Certificate: For alumnus parent

8. Affidavit of First/Single ChildClick here to download a sample First Child/Only Child Affidavit

9. Affidavit of Twin Children

10. Transfer cases, one needs to produce Proof of Transfer to Delhi Certificate/ Transfer Order and joining report stating the date of transfer and joining.

11. Staff’s latest ID Card in case the applicant is the staff’s ward.

12. Parents who are national awardee have to produce the National Certificate.

13. Affidavit for inter-community/inter-cast marriage.

14. Affidavit for proof of the distance from the school. Click here to download a sample Distance Affidavit.

 

Download a consolidated PDF with document specifications required during Delhi School Admissions

 

DOCUMENT FORMATS:

Click here to download the Affidavit for Distance from School Format

Affidavit for Rental Accommodation Format

Affidavit for Twins Format

Employment Proof Format

Affidavit for First Born/Single Child Format

Medical Certificate & Immunization Card Format

Affidavit for Girl Child Format

Consolidated Affidavit & Document Proof Formats

 

EWS/DG Category:

Unlike the general category applicants, the process for EWS/DG category is completely centralized by the govt & registrations can be made on edudel.nic.in. The parents of the applicants need to produce the following original documents only if their child’s name comes up in the Draw of lots. The parents applying manually by visiting schools physically need to attach the self-attested photocopies of these documents at the time of registrations:

1. Proof of Date of Birth (Any one of the below):

  • Anganwadi Record.
  • The birth certificate under the Birth, Death, and Marriage Certificate Act. 1969.
  • Declaration of the age of the child by the parents or guardian.
  • Hospital/Auxiliary Nurse and Midwife (ANM) register record.

2. Proof of Present Residential Address (Any one of the below):

  • Ration card in the name of Parents along with the name of the child on it.
  • Domicile certificate of the child or his/her parents.
  • Voter ID card of any of the parents.
  • Utility bill such as Electricity/ Landline/ Water bill etc.
  • Unique Identity Card (Aadhaar card) of either of the parents or the child as issued by the Govt. of India.
  • Passport in the name of any of the parents or child.
  • In the case of a rented accommodation, an affidavit on stamp paper should be submitted along with any valid photo identity for e.g. Aadhar Card, Passport, Voter ID etc.

Note: Please note that the address on the address proof and that in your admission form must match else the schools has the rights to reject your application.

3.Income Proof  For EWS Category(Any one of the below):

  • Income certificate issued from the Revenue Officer above or equivalent the rank of Tehsildar.
  • Below Poverty Line Ration card (BPL – Yellow Colored).
  • Antyodaya Anna Yojana Ration Card (AAY – Pink Colored)
  • Food Security Cards issued by Dept. of Food and Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, GNCT of Delhi.

4. Proof of Disadvantage Group (DG):

  • A Certificate issued by a Revenue Officer above or equivalent the rank of Tehsildar or any other Competent Authority.
  • Caste Certificate issued by Revenue Department GNCT Delhi from the DC’s Office in respect of Non-Creamy Layer status (SC/ST/OBC) of the parents.
  • Medical Certificate issued by Government Hospital declaring the child with Special Needs/ physically challenged/ transgender.
  • In case of an Orphan Child, a Certificate issued in accordance with the instruction issued by the Department of Women and Child Development, GNCT of Delhi would be required.

 

FAQs

Q1) We do not have a proof of Date of Birth proof of child. Is it mandatory?

A1) A birth certificate is one most important document which every school checks at the time of registration & admission. If you do not have it right now, apply for it as soon as possible. Although for the EWS/DG category, written declaration/undertaking from parents about the date of birth is treated as a valid proof of date of birth of the child. Click here to download a sample Date Of Birth certificate

 

Q2) Is Aadhar Card Mandatory?

A2) Yes Aadhar card along with the birth certificate is one of the most critical documents during Delhi school admissions.  If you do not have the aadhar card copy, you can attach the aadhar enrollment slip in your school application. Schools accept that. Although you need to produce the original Aadhar at the time of admissions.

 

Q3) Can we attach 2 different address proves for different schools for the same child? We have 2 houses in different zones & have valid documents as well.

A3) No as per the DOE article dated 25 December 2017, it is illegal to use multiple addresses for admission purposes, even if the address proof is valid.

 

Q4) We are living in a rented place. Can we add a rent receipt as an address proof since the electricity bills, water bills & other bills are in the name of the landlord?

A4) Some schools accept the rent receipt but most of the schools do not. To be on the safe side, get your aadhar card’s address modified which could be amended on showing your rent receipt. The Aadhar updating process takes time, so even if you do not have the updated Aadhar card copy, you can add an enrollment slip of the Aadhar application & later produce the updated Aadhar card at the time of admissions .Click here to download the Affidavit for Rental Accommodation Format

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Q5) Does Every School ask for Child’s Medical Certificate?

 A5) A lot of Schools these days ask for Child’s Medical Certificate along with an Immunization card which clearly verifies that the child is free from any allergies & diseases. The certificate & immunization card must be signed by a registered medical practitioner. Some schools like GD Goenka also want the certificate & card to have a printed enrollment ID of the doctor. Click here to download a sample Medical Certificate

Download the Medical Certificate & Immunization Card Format

 

Q6) For what purposes are the affidavits required? And is there any specific format for them?

A6) Affidavits are demanded as a self-declaration proof for some of the documents. Eg: Adopted Child, the distance of school from home are some of the common affidavits. The affidavits must be on non-judicial stamp paper duly signed by a notary. Some schools come up with their own formats & want the parents to get it done in that prescribed format only. The notary is usually aware of such patterns.

AFFIDAVIT FORMATS:

Click here to download the Affidavit for Distance from School Format

Affidavit for Rental Accommodation Format

Format For Affidavit of Twins

Affidavit for First Born/Single Child Format

Format For Affidavit Of Girl Child

Consolidated Affidavit & Document Proof Formats

 

Q7) Name of the child is not mentioned on BPL card. Can I apply under EWS category?

A7) Yes

 

Q8) Food security card does not have any date of issue. Can I proceed online? (EWS/DG Category)

A8) Filling the date of issue is mandatory in case of Food Security Card. You can not proceed without filling it.

 

Q9) I have a caste certificate but my child does not have it. Can we apply for DG category?

A9) Yes, you can apply on the basis of your caste certificate (SC/ST/OBC- Non-Creamy, whichever applicable) provided that it has been issued by the Revenue Department (DC/DM office), GNCT of Delhi.

 

Q10) Caste certificate has been issued by some other state. Will it be valid for DG category?

A10) No. The caste certificate has to be issued by the Revenue Department (DC/DM office), GNCT of Delhi.

 

Q11) Validity of income certificate has expired, how to apply? (EWS Category)

A11) The validity of your Income certificate is mentioned on the certificate itself. If it has expired, then you can apply afresh to Revenue Department for an issue of new Income certificate and then use the ”Applied For” option in the Online application and then apply using the receipt/application number of the Income certificate.

 

Q12) Income/caste certificate has not been issued yetHow to apply?

A12) Use the”Applied For” option in the online application and then apply using the receipt/application number of the Income/Caste certificate.

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Q13) In income certificate, the income is wrongly specified above 1 lac. & in birth certificate some of the details of the child are wrong. How to correct & apply?

A13)  You must contact the competent authorities for necessary corrections in your documents before filling the online application.

 

Q14) Is income certificate mandatory for DG category?

A14) No

 

Q15) Can the schools demand the original documents duly attested by gazetted officers at the time of registration?

A15) The government has strictly stated that that the schools cannot ask for submission of the original document at the time of registration. Parents need to submit only self-attested copies of the documents/ certificates. But the parents must produce the original documents at the time of admissions if selected. The schools might also cancel the admission of the child if the documents produced at the time of registration are found to be false/ do no match the original documents.

 

5. Apply To Multiple Schools

Fight For Every Seat!

Delhi has more than 5,700 Schools which include approximately 1700 Private Unaided Schools. The average number of seats in a Private Unaided School in Delhi is 74; which makes it approximately 1,25,000 seats in all the Private Unaided Schools Of Delhi. The total number of offline applications in 2018-19 admission season to these private schools were 5,40,008 & the total number of online registrations were 4,88,867. By simple arithmetic calculations, we come to the figure that a parent applied to an average of 8.231 Private Unaided Schools during 2018-19 Delhi School Admissions. It is vivid that there was a tough competition for every seat, with around 4% parents returning home without a single school in the bag. Henceforth, parents cannot afford to miss out on a single school & that is why it is reinstated to Apply to multiple Schools (Minimum 9); seeing that every other parent is applying to an average of 8 schools.

  • Save yourself from the hassle of visiting each and every school & fill just ONE single admission form on www.schoolling.com. You can shortlist schools on the basis of Fee structure, rating, reviews, location & gender. Apply to all the selected schools by filling a common admission form & track your application online without ever visiting the schools physically for registrations. PRE-APPLY even before the actual admissions open, so that we start processing your application before the admission start date.
  • Stay in touch with other parents. Whatsapp groups or websites offer enough information to keep you updated. schoolling.com is a popular forum that connects parents with the criteria and selection details of most schools in Delhi-NCR.

 

3 Simple Steps:

  • Search schools: We have close to 1000 schools listed on our portal. You can search for schools using filters like Area, Popularity, Rating, Fee Structure, and Gender to shortlist schools on the basis of your needs.
  • Apply to Multiple schools: After filtering & sorting the schools, you can apply to multiple schools for your child by filling a single admission form and uploading the documents online.
  • Track the application: Just like a food ordering app, you can keep a regular track of your applications and know when your form is delivered to school for further verification.

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