Delhi Schools Asked to put up Nursery Admission Criteria on website

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The private schools in Delhi have received an order by the Delhi Government’s Directorate of Education (DoE) to upload the criteria required for admission to nursery for the academic year 2015-16.

The managers of these private unaided schools in Delhi have been directed to upload the respective adopted criteria on the website- www.Edudel.Nic.in, as mentioned by the Additional Director of Education, Ashima Jain, inclusive of points, latest by January 3rd, 2015. According to the circular, the district DOEs shall monitor the uploading of the information by schools and ensure that the process is completed by January 3.

The children belonging to the ‘economically weaker sections’ shall have to show the food security cards issued by the Department of Food and Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs as proof for belonging to the category, along with the income certificate issued by a revenue officer of the same rank as that of Tehsildar, and a BPL Ration Card, in addition to the AAY Ration Card.

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The schools have also been asked to put up a list displaying the names in an alphabetical order of the selected pupils under different categories respectively.

The DoE has also offered on its circular, a link on which parents may file complaints against any discomfort related to the admission procedure.

Any non-compliance of the order shall be viewed seriously, as stated by the circular.

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Archana Belurgikar
Archana currently pursuing her B.E. in Instrumentation Technology at R.V. College of Engineering. Writing has always been her passion since childhood. She is also the chief editor of 'Ensemble'- the official newsletter of Entrepreneurship Cell, RVCE. She believe in leaving behind a mark in the society, and bringing new thoughts that stir the minds of people.