Parents who have not yet applied for admission to Delhi nursery classes can now do so for a longer period as the nation’s capital has extended the application deadline by two weeks. Admissions to Delhi private school preschools were due to close tomorrow, January 7, but will now remain open until January 20. This year, the admission process for preschool classes at around 1,800 private schools in Delhi will be conducted online.
“Given the current Covid conditions, the deadline for submitting applications for admission to kindergarten / entry to private schools in Delhi is extended by two weeks,” said Delhi Minister of Education and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Twitter. .
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Schools will publish the first merit list on February 4, the second on February 21. The application process began on December 15.
Delhi Kindergarten Admissions: Eligibility Criteria
The age of children applying for admission to a crèche in Delhi schools for the school year 2022-23 will be calculated on the basis of March 31, 2021. They must be over three years old and under four years old by March 31. . applying to the KG class, they must be over four years old and under five years old. While for those applying for class 1, the child’s age must be over five and under six.
Delhi Kindergarten Admissions: Application Fee
Those applying for admission to Delhi Kindergarten will be required to pay a fee of Rs 25. They are non-refundable. However, the purchase of a school leaflet by parents is optional.
Delhi Kindergarten Admissions: Required Documents
– The child’s identity photo
– Passport-size photo of mother / father / guardian
– Details of proof of address
– Child’s birth certificate
– Child’s Aadhar card
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Children who only declare the name of one parent cannot be refused admission to schools, Delhi Chief Deputy Minister Manish Sisodia said earlier. This was announced in light of the fact that several children may have lost one or both parents to Covid-19.
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