(Wherever the context so demands, the pronoun ‘he’ includes ‘she’)
Eligibility for admission to any class of the Nursery Department is primarily dependent on the age of the child and the distance of the residence of the child from the School.
For the Academic session 2018-19, the age requirement for each class (up to Class II) is given below:
Application for admission to Nursery II to Class VIII is based on number of seats available. For any queries regarding admission to classes Nursery II to Class VIII please send an email to email@example.com.
(a) A guardian, who wishes to admit his ward, should
– obtain all necessary papers from the School Office by paying the requisite charges and submitting the Registration Form, duly filled in and complete in all respects, to the School Office as soon as possible, or,
– fill in the Registration Form and submit the same online along with requisite charges.
A receipt for the amount paid should be obtained and retained. It must be produced whenever required.
(b) The School Office will inform the guardian of the date and time when the verification of documents will take place after the Registration Form is submitted.
(c) Both the parents of the child should be present at the verification of documents. If for any reason one parent is unable to attend, the School Office should be informed in writing of the fact and the reason thereof well in advance.
All pupils seeking admission to Class IX will be required to sit for an Admission Test. Information regarding eligibility to sit for such a Test should be ascertained from the School Office.
Application for admission to Class IX is based on number seats available. For any queries regarding admission to Class IX please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(a) A guardian, who wishes to admit his ward, should
– obtain all necessary papers from the School Office by paying the requisite charges and submitting the Registration Form, duly filled in and complete in all respects, to the School Office as soon as possible, or ,
-fill in the Registration Form and submit the same online along with requisite charges.
A receipt for the amount paid should be obtained and retained till the Admission Test and interview are over.
Even after making the Prospectus and other papers available to a guardian, the School reserves the right not to register the name of or admit a pupil to the School.
Registration, however, only ensures a call for an Admission Test and does not guarantee admission.
(b) The date of the Admission Test will be intimated in due course.
(c) The list of pupils provisionally selected for admission will be posted on the School Notice Board and the School website. A selected pupil will have to appear for an interview on the date mentioned against his name.
(d) Both the parents of the pupil should be present at the interview.
If for any reason one parent is unable to attend the interview, the School Office should be informed in writing of the fact and the reason thereof well in advance.
Please contact the School Office for the details about registration or check the News section of the School website.
A pupil of Class XI must study English (compulsory subject) and four (4) elective subjects. If he/she opts for Hindi/Bengali, then he/she has to study five (5) elective subjects.
(a) Compulsory subject: English
(b) Optional subject: Hindi / Bengali
(c) Elective subjects (any one group)
Group A (Science-oriented): Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology/Computer Science/ Economics/ Physical Education
Group B (Commerce-oriented): Accountancy, Commerce, Business Studies/Mathematics, Economics/Computer Science/ Physical Education
This School offers the elective subjects, provided at least twenty (20) pupils opt for a particular subject.
Depending on the availability of seats, a few pupils from other schools may be admitted to Class XI even before they appear for their respective secondary examinations. Guardians of external candidates seeking such admission should note the following carefully:
(a) Applicants will have to sit for an Admission Test, all relevant information regarding which will be furnished to them well in advance of the Test.
(b) The CISCE treats the Higher Secondary classes (‘Year 12 Classes’) as a separate unit altogether, requiring fresh registration of pupils and payment of related fees.
(c) Each admission to Class XI will, therefore, be treated as a fresh admission and will necessitate completion of requisite formalities, including payment of an admission fee and other charges.
(d) It must also be clearly understood that admission to Class XI will be in accordance with the guidelines laid down by the CISCE and the recommendations of the Academic Council of the School.
(e) All admissions will be provisional and subject to the conditions specified under Cancellation of Admission.
(a) Commerce: Should have passed in Class X Selection Test / equivalent examination in the concerned school.
(b) Science : 70% in English, Mathematics and Science subjects (combined) in Class X Selection Test / equivalent examination.
(a) In order to apply for the admission of his ward to Class XI, a guardian should obtain all necessary papers, including the Registration Form, from the School Office by paying the requisite charges.
A receipt for the amount paid should be obtained and retained till the Admission Test and interview are over. Even after making the Prospectus and other papers available to a guardian, the School reserves the right not to register the name of an applicant for admission to Class XI.
(b) The Registration Form should be filled in and submitted to the School Office as advised.
(c) An applicant, who has sat for the Admission Test and been selected for admission, will be required to appear for an interview, the date of which will be mentioned against his name in a list to be posted on the School Notice Board and the School website.
Both the parents of the applicant should be present at the interview. If for any reason one parent is unable to attend the interview, the School Office should be informed in writing of the fact and the reason thereof well in advance.
(d) A call for an interview does not guarantee admission.
(a) After the results of the secondary examinations conducted by Boards other than the CISCE are published, and depending on the availability of seats, applications for admission to Class XI (Science & Commerce) may be considered, strictly on the basis of merit.
Science: In the Final Examination, the applicant must have obtained at least (i) 95% in the aggregate, (ii) 90% in English, (iii) 90% in Mathematics, and (iv) 90% in Science.
Commerce: In the Final Examination, the applicant must have obtained at least 90% in the aggregate and in English. If the candidate wishes to take up Mathematics as an elective subject, he must have obtained 85% in Mathematics in the Final Examination.
Same as set out in paragraph 2C above.
(a) The provisional admission of a pupil will stand automatically cancelled if he fails to pass the secondary examination or equivalent Public Examination he will appear/has appeared for.
(b A pupil, who has passed a secondary or equivalent Public Examination conducted by a recognized board of education other than the CISCE, must produce a Migration Certificate. His admission will be subject to the approval of the CISCE.
(c) The School reserves the right to cancel the admission of a pupil if there is a report of serious misconduct or breach of discipline against him, or if he fails to produce an attested copy of a Character Certificate from the Head of the School he last attended. The decision of the Academic Council of the School in all such cases will be final and binding on the pupil and his guardian/s.
(d) If the admission/provisional admission of a pupil is cancelled by the School on any ground whatsoever within four months of the date of his admission, the liability of the School will be limited only to the extent of refunding the following fees at the rate indicated against each:
*Any broken period will be treated as a month.
(a) In case a guardian wishes to withdraw his ward from the School, he should inform the School in writing at least three months in advance or pay three months fees in lieu thereof.
(b) A Transfer Certificate will be issued only if a guardian applies for it in writing to the Principal, and after due clearance from all the concerned departments of the School has been received.
(c) Once admission is granted to any class, no fee, excepting the Caution Money Deposit and Laboratory Deposit, after adjustment of dues, if any, will be refunded even if the pupil is withdrawn from the School before/without attending a single class.
For direct enquiries please contact our Front Office at (91) 33 24413804 / 3805 / 4131
from 9.00 AM to 1.00 PM on weekdays and
from 9.00 AM to 12.00 noon on Saturdays