• What is the procedure of admission?

    The admission procedure entails a deposit of the registration fee (Rs.6,000/- plus 500/- for prospectus) alongwith the duly filled in admission form through registered post/self/email. The child is then brought to the Dharampur Campus for classes I - V and the Subathu campus for Classes VI - IX, for an admission test and interview, on the stipulated Sunday in February of the year of admission. (Generally, it is the Sunday closest to 15th Feb). The result is declared within a week after the test and admissions have to be accepted/declined thereafter.

  • What is the number of students admitted for various classes every year?

    We admit approximately 150 students every year in different classes.

  • What is the number of applicants per year?

    We receive around 500 applications for admission every year.

  • What is the Age at entry?

    We admit the children between 6 to 14 years depending on the class applied for. Class I is the entry level for the school admission and admissions are generally offered from Class I to Class VIII and in some special cases in Class IX and XI. (Admissions in Class X and XII are not accepted).

  • When should interested parents apply for admission?

    Ideally in the month of December but we accept strong/brilliant applicants at any stage. Admission tests are held in the month of February each year and admission is granted in the month of March/April. Check out Admission section of the website for more details.

  • What is your school Fees?

    Visit Fees section in the website for details of fees.

  • Can the fee be paid in installments?

    >In the first year all fees and other payments have to be paid in one lump sum. Fees paid in the subsequent years may be paid in two or three equal installments.

  • Do you accept Donations?

    No, the school does not accept donations.

  • Can a parent get any "Guarantee" of admission?

    There is no `Guarantee` of admission except in the case of NRI Admissions. Resident Indian Admissions are done only through the regular test and interview procedure.

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