Delhi School Admission Process

Delhi School Admission Process

Admission Process

In this article, we shall cover some very frequently asked questions related to the Delhi School Admission Process with a detailed response to each query. On our various market researches, we have found out that the parents have been struggling specifically with the below mentioned categories.

  1. School Selection (Click here to jump to the section directly)
  2. Admission Forms (Click here to jump to the section directly)
  3. Selection Criteria (Click here to jump to the section directly)
  4. Draw Of Lots (Click here to jump to the section directly)
  5. Admissions (Click here to jump to the section directly)
  6. Fee (Click here to jump to the section directly)

1) School Selection

Q1) How many private schools are there in Delhi?

A1) There are a total of 1770 Private Unaided Schools in Delhi. Click here to see the list of all the Private Unaided Schools in Delhi


Q2) What is the meaning of ‘Unaided’ Private School?

A2) In India, the private schools act as an independent body but the government might give financial aid to these schools by providing land at a subsidized rate etc. The schools which do not receive any aid from the government fall under the category of Unaided Private Schools & hence it is difficult for the government to monitor their actions. Therefore all the admission rules & guidelines are strictly framed around these schools. Here is the list of best private unaided schools in Delhi.


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 schoolsThe 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


Q4) 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?

A4) Kindly visit where you can find all the basic information about the private schools in Delhi under one roof. This can help you narrow down your selection to apply to schools at the time of admissions. Here’s an article on how to choose a school for your kid.


Q5) Can schools hold different admission process for the main school & its branch schools?

A5) All Montessori/ Pre-schools/Pre-Primary branches of the recognized unaided school being run by registered societies/ trusts in Delhi, inside or outside the school premises shall be considered a single institution for all purposes including admissions.

Q6) How can I find the nearest Private Unaided Recognised schools from my residence? How many schools can I apply to?

A6) General Category:

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. Regarding how many schools you can select, we believe that with such high competition for a single seat, you should apply to as many schools as possible. Here’s why you should apply to multiple schools.

EWS/DG Category:

The admissions to private unaided schools of Delhi for the EWS/DG Category applicants can be done through the govt’s website After filling all the basic details in the registration form, the parent must fill the residential address and thereafter choose the correct Assembly constituency(Vidhan Sabha), Locality/Sub-Locality/Sub-Sub Locality of his residence from the Drop Down list and submit the details to know the nearest schools in different ranges (0-1, 1-3, 3-6, >6 Kms.).

You can select any number of schools shown till 6 Kms but a maximum of 5 schools beyond 6 Kms

Q7) Are there any schools for Government service parents?

A7) 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.

2) Admission Forms

Q1) Where is the admission form of the school available?

A1) General Category:

The form can either be collected from the school during the operating hours or could be downloaded from the school website as well (if available). Some schools also give the functionality to submit the form online. Further, as per govt’s mandate, each school shall ensure that application form is made available to all the applicants for collection till the last date of submission.

So basically it can be categorized in 3 ways:

  1. Online Availability with Online Submission: Schools are gradually shifting to this process. The form can be filled up online on the school’s website along with online submission of documents & the parent does not need to submit any hardcopy in the schools for registration.
  2. Online Availability with Offline Submission: Majority of the schools in Delhi follow this process. The form can be filled up online on the school’s website (or downloaded and filled manually) but the parent needs to submit the hard copy of the form along with supporting documents in the schools before the last date of registration.
  3. Offline Availability with Offline Submission: Some schools still follow this process, where you as a parent need to collect the form from the school in their operating hours, fill it up & then submit it again to the school by visiting physically. Some schools like Bal Bharati Public School give an application number to the parents once they visit the school. The parent then needs to enter this application number on the school’s website to start the online registration.

You can escape from all these hassles by filling a single admission form for all the schools you want to apply for by visiting

EWS/DG Category:

The Directorate of Education (DOE) has developed a Common Registration Form for admission under EWS & Disadvantaged Category and it shall be available on All the private unaided schools of Delhi are instructed to also provide the printed version of this common admission form to the EWS/DG parents in case they want to collect it from the school reception absolutely free of cost.  All such schools must use the said format only by downloading the form from the govt’s website. Parents may also download the same from the above-mentioned website. Click Here to download the common admission form for EWS/DG Category.

Click here to download the step by step application manual for filling the common admission form for EWS/DG Category.


Q2) What is the cost of the form?

A2) General Category:

The cost of the form is Rs.25 & the purchase of brochure/prospectus is non-mandatory.

EWS/DG Category:

The form shall be made available free to the parents belonging to the EWS/DG category by the private unaided schools of Delhi. Otherwise, they can also fill the common admission form for free on


Q3) I have heard that there are very long queues at the time of admissions?

A3) Yes you heard correctly. After clearing the first step of shortlisting schools, the parents encounter a very big issue of standing in queues for hours, once to collect the admission form & then again to submit the form in the school. The problem magnifies when the parent is applying for multiple schools. Each school has its own form distribution & collection process, timing & location. According to one of the Surveys conducted by Schoolling Pvt Ltd, we found out that a parent spends an average 17L of petrol & 36 Hours in visiting schools.

Save yourself from this hassle by registering yourself at where you can apply to multiple schools, without ever visiting them for registrations.

Q4) Is the admission form cost refundable?

A4) No the admission form cost is non-refundable for the General Category parents, once purchased. The form shall be made available free to the parents belonging to the EWS/DG category. In case admission is canceled due to non-submission of original documents by due date or if the document produced at the time of registration is found to be false or wrong, the full amount of the registration fee shall be refunded to the parents.


Q5) Do we need to go & submit the copy of the application form to all the schools, after successful submission of the online application form?

A5) General Category:

Here we are talking only about the case when you are filling the admission form for a school which provides a functionality to fill the form online. For the parents applying through the General Category, there could be three possibilities in such a case:

  1. The school might ask you to take a print out of the final submitted form & deposit it to the school along with supporting documents. Eg: Montfort Senior Secondary School in Ashok Vihar.
  2. The school might not demand submission of the form in the school. Eg: Delhi Public School Mathura Road.
  3. You have applied through The process of applying through us saves you from any sort of hassles of visiting the schools for registrations. Once you submit a form through Schoolling, you don’t need to visit the schools. Our team does that for you.

EWS/DG Category:

The parents who use the govt’s website for applying centrally to all the nearby schools need not go to the schools to submit the hard copy. They need to visit the schools only at the time of draw of lots & admission. The parents who had collected the common admission form from the schools need to physically visit & deposit the form along with the supporting documents within the admission timelines defined


Q6) How would I know in which schools I have applied? Will I have a choice of schools after registration?

A6) EWS/DG Category: This question is specific to the EWS/DG category parents applying online at After the applicant completes registration on, he has to fill the application form. In the application form, the applicant has to select & give priority to the schools in different distance ranges. Once the complete form is filled & submitted, the details of all the information including the schools opted by the applicant shall be displayed on the screen. The applicant can take out printout for future references.


Q7) Do the schools give any receipt on collection & submission of the registration form?

A7) All the private unaided schools shall acknowledge the distribution & acceptance of the admission form through a receipt along with assigning each application a unique registration number. The Registration-Slip shall also indicate the date(s) of display of the list of eligible candidates for the draw, date(s) of the draw, date(s) of display of the list of successful candidates including waiting list. The parents belonging to the EWS/DG category can also apply online to their preferred private unaided schools through although no school can object them to collect & submit the admission form from the school (Registration form is free of cost for EWS/DG category). The parents belonging to the General Category can apply to multiple schools by filling a single application form through

Click here to download the registration slip which school issues on receiving the admission form


Q8) Can the schools demand the original documents duly attested by gazetted officers at the time of registration?

A8) 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.


Q9) Can one change / modify the information after submitting the application?

A9) General Category:

If the parents are applying offline/online to a school on their own & feel that the admission form needed some changes after their submission, the schools usually do not allow the parents to rectify that information.
If the general category parents are applying through, we allow parents to make amendments within 3 hours post submission by dropping an email to

EWS/DG Category:

Yes. The parents using the govt. portal can delete the existing application form and after successfully deleting the existing application, fill the form afresh. Please note here that after deletion, your existing registration number stands invalid for the admission process.


Q10) Does a separate form need to be filled for Twins?

A10) Yes, the parents of twins must fill separate admission forms for both the children.

3) Selection Criteria

Q1) What is the point system adopted by the private unaided schools for selection of applicants?

A1) 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.


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.

Click here to see the admission criteria for all the private unaided schools in Delhi


Q2) What does EWS & DG stand for?

A2) EWS stands for Economically Weaker Section. Applicants whose parents have a total annual income of less than 1 lakh rupees from all the sources & have been staying in Delhi for the last 3 years fall under this category.

DG stands for the Disadvantaged Group. Applicants belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), Other Backward Classes (OBC), Children With Special Needs, Orphan, Transgender, Children living with or affected by HIV fall under this category.


Q3) Some of the schools have been observed to follow illegitimate admission selection criteria which have been barred by the DOE (Directorate Of Education). What are they?

A3) The following selection parameters have been banned by the government & no private unaided school of Delhi can select or shortlist students basis them:

Family Credentials:

  • Transferable jobs/State Transfers of Parents.
  • Parents’ Education.
  • Parents working in a sister-concern school.
  • Both parents are working.
  • Non-smoking parents.
  • Professional field/expertise of parents.
  • Parents are Govt. employees.
  • Vegetarian family.
  • Joint Family.
  • Non-alcoholic Parents.
  • Poor Family.
  • Delhi University Staff.
  • The first cousin of the child (parental/maternal) is in the school.
  • Social/Noble cause done by Parents.
  • Business/Services influence of Parents.
  • Regularity in payment of school dues.
  • Child whose parents/grandparent is a significant non-financial/volunteer in the school.
  • Similar cultural ethos.
  • The family is a permanent resident of Delhi by birth.

Child Credentials:

  • Special ground if the candidate is having proficiency in music and sports or any other specific Category.
  • Attitude & Values.
  • Languages spoken by the child.
  • Scholar students.
  • Certificate of the last school attended/Marks of the previous class.
  • Sports activity.

School Specific Criteria:

  • First-time admission seekers.
  • First come first get.
  • Interviews.
  • Oral Test/Communication Skill/ Interaction with Child or Parents.
  • Management discretion.
  • No Admission criteria.


Q4) How does the school use the distance parameter to evaluate parents & how is the distance calculated between the school & the applicant’s place?

A4) General Category:

The distance parameter is one selection criterion which is used by almost every private unaided school of Delhi. Different schools give different weight to the distance parameter. The distance is always calculated between the school & the address mentioned in the address proof, attached as a supporting document by the applicant. Some schools use the radial distance, some use motorable distance as a reference. Some schools may also demand you to put a print out of the google maps as a supporting document (Eg: Aadharshila Vidyapeeth). Some schools like Queen Mary may also ask for a declaration of the distance on an affidavit. Click here to download a sample Distance Affidavit.


EWS/DG Category:

The process of distance calculation is automated for the EWS/DG category through the govt’s website wherein the applicant needs to enter their residential address & the system automatically shows all the private unaided schools in a radial distance of 1Km, 3Km, 6Km & more.


Q5) Where can we get information related to admission criteria, seats, documents & other school-related processes?

A5) The school shall display the total no of seats, the reserved seats, the date of submission of application, date of draw, date of publishing of eligible student list, deposition of fee on the notice board of the school/ school website & shall also notify the same to the concerned Director of Education. So one way for the parents is to visit each school physically or their website where they can find school-specific admission information. The simpler way is to stay updated on our blog where we try our best to provide all the latest updates related to school admission in Delhi to the parents.


Q6) Do cousins get the benefit of sibling criteria under General category admissions?

A6) No. It is important to mark that only brothers and sisters sharing blood relation with the child & who are currently studying in the same school for which you have applied will be considered as the sibling.


Q7) Will twins be considered under the sibling category (General Category)?

A7) No, It is important to mark that schools consider only brothers and sisters sharing blood relation with the child & who are already studying in the same school as the sibling of the applicant. So twins shall not receive points under the Sibling category.

Note: Twins might get points under the sibling criterion in some schools. See the next question for answers.


Q8) What is the selection criteria for the twins?

A8) Different schools in Delhi have adopted different practices. Here are some of the scenarios:

  • If one of the twins gets selected in the draw of lots, then the other one gets selected automatically.
  • If one of the twins get selected in the draw of lots, then the second child gets the points for Sibling. If this second child now surpasses the cut-off score, then he/she gets admission to the school in the next list.
  • Some schools consider twins as separate applicants & do not give any sort of advantage.
  • Sometimes when the twins are a boy & a girl, the girl child gets selected by getting the Girl Child points. In such cases, again, it depends on the school how they define selection criteria for the boy child. Some schools select the boy child by default, some schools give him the Sibling points & some schools do not give any points.


Q9)Who amongst the twins will get the points of the First-Child?

A9) This again is a school-specific question and schools are free to fix their own criterion. Some schools give first-child points to both the children & some do not allocate points to this criterion at all.


Q10) How many classes a parent should have attended to be considered as an alumnus?

A10) The Schools have the rights to define this criterion on its own. Some schools want X & XII standard mark sheet. Others are okay with parents studying at least a year in the school.


Q11) Are international transfer and private sector interstate transfer considrered under ‘Interstate Category’?

A11) Yes they shall be considered under interstate transfer category and are not limited to just the government jobs but private as well. Schools shall figure out themselves that transparent & proper modalities are followed by parents when producing documents.

4) Draw Of Lots

Q1) The number of applicants is usually higher than the total number of seats In Delhi school admissions. How are the students selected in such case?

A1) General Category:

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. Some common selection parameters are Distance from school, Girl Child, Alumni Parent, Sibling in the same school etc. After receiving all the applications, the school now sets a cut-off score & all the parents scoring above that cut-off score get admission in the first list. The parents who got the same score as the cut-off score are invited to the draw of lots which is nothing but a lucky draw. Naturally, seats are lower than the number of applications in the draw of lots, so the school writes down the application number of each applicant & starts taking out the chits from the bowl. The number of chits taken out is equal to the number of remaining seats after first list parents are granted admissions. The lucky parents whose child’s name shows up get a seat in that school.

EWS/DG Category:

The admission to the private unaided schools in Delhi for the EWS/DG category parents is a centralized process monitored by the government through the website In a very similar manner, the parents have to fill some basic information in the form & they are asked about their preference of schools in an area of within 1Km, 1-3Km, 3-6Km and more than 6Km from their place. Unlike the General Category selection process, the students are not allotted any points. Admission is first granted to the applicants residing within 1Km, then to applicants residing within 1km-3km and so on. In the case of the number of applicants being higher than the number of seats, a similar process of draw of lots is followed.


Q2) Are parents allowed to carry mobile phones during admissions?

A2) Yes parents are allowed to carry mobile phones at the time of form collection, submission, the draw of lots & final admission. The parents can even film the whole process of draw of lots in their camera.


Q3) How is the draw of lots monitored?

A3) The DOE has stated that admission made by draw of lots shall be done in the presence of the parents of the applicant & the concerned District Dy. Director (Education) shall nominate an officer, not below the rank of Vice Principal, who will work as an observer, during the admission process.  No officer from the DOE shall be present in the school. Also, the entire proceedings of the draw of lots shall be video graphed & CD/DVD shall be submitted to Dy. Director Of Education.


5) Admissions

Q1) What happens if the school rejects an application?

A1) In case of rejection of an application, proper communication needs to be made to the parents about the reason of rejection. Some common category of reasons for rejection could be:

General, EWS, DG Category:

  • Non-submission of valid date of birth (DOB) proof of the candidate (The certificate does not have the name or DOB of the child, the date of birth exceeds or falls short of the permissible age for the class applied, the certificate is not from a municipal corporation or higher authority)
  • Non-submission of valid residence proof or a mismatch between the address mentioned in the application form & that on the document.
  • Duplicate Entry(Applying multiple times to the same school in the same admission year)


General Category:

  • Mismatch of information on the admission form and on documents for Sibling, Alumni, Girl Child, Staff Ward, Only Child, Single Parent, Adopted Child, Transfer Case etc.


EWS/DG Category:

  • Non-submission of valid EWS/DG proof. Eg: Caste certificate has been issued by some other state (DG category)
  • The Income Certificate shows an annual income of more than one lakh per annum or Food security card does not have a date of issue. (EWS Category)
  • If ration card is submitted as a residence proof, it does not reflect the name of the child (EWS Category)
  • A mismatch between online details and documentary evidence when applying through


Q2) Is there any central grievance cell set up by the government for helping parents during admissions?

A2) The DOE (Directorate of Education) shall set up a District Admission Monitoring Committee (DAMC) in each district of Delhi & the concerned Dy. Director (Education), Directorate of education shall be the chairperson of the DAMC. The concerned education officers/ DY. Education officers of the Directorate of education & concerned education officer of MCD/ NDMC/ Delhi Cantt. Board as the case may be, shall be the member of DAMC. The committee shall also establish a Help-Desk in the district office to help parents regarding admissions during office hours which will be manned by two well conversant officials of the District. The help desk shall be functional till the admission process is closed.


Q3) What is the process of filing a complaint?

A3) Any parent who wants to question any action(s) of a school may file a complaint in writing to the DAMC, addressed to the concerned Dy Director of education (Chairperson). The DAMC shall take an appropriate action within a well defined time. The response shall be uploaded on the website:

EWS/DG Category:

For any clarification/grievances in this context, parents/school may contact on the EWS helpline numbers 8800355192 and 9818154069 on working days from Monday to Friday between 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Parents can also file their grievances/complaints on the GRMS portal at


Q4) Would we be notified when we get admission in the school?

A4) General Category:

You have to follow up on the school website/ bulletin board. Some schools do keep the parents informed via SMS, Email & phone, but not all of them.

EWS/DG Category:

The school shall call all candidates allotted through computerized draw of lots on their registered mobile number informing about the selection in the school and last date of admission.


Q5) Will the children belonging to the EWS/DG category study in the same class as the General category students post admission?

A5) No separate or exclusive class or shift shall be arranged for imparting education to the students belonging to the EWS/DG category & they shall study in the same class with General category students.

6) Fee

Q1) Do schools demand any donation/capitation fee for admissions?

A1) Any demand of donation or payment or favors or contribution other than the regular fee structure of the school is considered as a capitation fee & as per the order of Honourable High Court under Section 13(1) of RTE Act, 2009, no school or individual shall, while admitting a child, collect Capitation fee/Donation from the parents. Any school or person who caught in the act shall be punishable with fine which may extend up to ten times the capitation fee charged.


Q2) How much fee shall be refunded to the parents in case admission is canceled due to non-submission of original documents by due date or if the documents produced at the time of registration are found to be false or wrong?

A2) The full amount of the registration fee shall be refunded to the parents.


Q3) If a parent withdraws admission within one month from the date of admission, how much amount is the school entitled to refund to the parent?

A3) The school may retain Registration Fee (Rs.25), Admission Fee (Rs.200) & Tuition Fee for one month only & shall refund all other fee or other charges within 15 days of the request with a proper receipt.


Q4) Can schools collect the fee on quarterly basis post admission?

A4) No, the schools must collect the fee from parents on monthly basis.


Q5) Are students admitted under the EWS/DG category in private unaided schools entitled to receive free books, uniform, writing material etc?

A5) Yes as per Rule 8 of RTE rules, the private unaided schools must ensure that the reserved category students must receive free books, school uniforms and writing material.


Q6) What is the fee concession on reserved seats?

A6) The children admitted through the 25% reserved quota for EWS/DG category are entitled to receive free & compulsory elementary education till its completion. No tuition fee or any other charges or fee or fund shall be charged from the students admitted against the reserved seat.


That was all from our end. Our admission counselors try the best to ease the admission process for you by bringing out the best possible information. In the findings of the latest survey conducted by us, we found that the major concern of 6 parents out of 10 is that these days they cannot totally rely on the internet for collecting the information about documents, selection criteria and likewise other details. Due to these reasons, they need to make multiple rounds to the school and wait in the long queues, which only adds to the burden. Also many a time, it becomes cumbersome for them to take out some time from their busy schedule to complete the formalities. We understand that a lot of things fall on your plate all at once and this leads to missing the deadlines which further creates a lot of tension.

In order to simplify the process of admission and make it easy for parents, we came up with ‘SCHOOLLING’ for a basket of services. This is handy, easy and helpful!

SCHOOLLING is an online platform that makes the admission process a lot easier. It not only connects parents and schools for admissions but also helps parents in narrowing down their list, get correct data, make the right choices and also save them time & money.

It has a simple 3-step process:

  1. Search Schools: You can search for schools using filters like Area, Popularity, Rating, Fee Structure, and Gender to shortlist schools on the basis of your needs.
  2. Apply Online: Fill in a single application form and upload the required documents for the shortlisted schools.
  3. Track your application: Just like you have been tracking your food order, now you can track your application’s status on a real-time basis on our website.

That’s all! All of this is just a click away.

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