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Nursery admissions 2012 ready reckoner

Nursery admissions 2012 ready reckoner.

delhi Updated: Jan 02, 2012 18:43 IST

Schedule

Sale of forms - Between January 2 and January16
Some schools are selling forms only for a week. The second week in these schools will only see submissions.
The schools will have to publish the first list of selected candidates by February 1 and second list by February 28.
The entire process of admission will have to be completed by March 31.
Most schools have opened online registrations as well. Visiting the school website for any specific information on advisable.

Documents for application

Birth certificate with child's name printed on it
Medical fitness certificate outlining the immunization shots given to the child
Proof of residence
Affidavit for first child
Affidavit for single child
Affidavit for first male child
Divorce decree/ or death certificate of spouse for single parent points
Passing certificate of parents to avail alumni points
Report card of identity card of elder child in same school to get sibling points
In case of minority institutions, be sure to contact schools for specific documents such as the baptism certificate.

EWS process

Parents applying under the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) category can either download forms from the website of the education department - edudel.nic.in
The forms are also available in schools
No one can refuse to give forms and if this is done parents can lodge complaints with the education department.
25% of all seats in schools will be reserved for children from the EWS category.

Tips

Don't take children along to buy and submit forms are the queues are serpentine
Most parents apply to more than 10 schools.
"It is always better to apply to more schools as the schools of your choice may not always be the ones that select your child. It is better to have options," said Pratibha Verma, a parent whose son failed to get admission in any school for two years in a row and was finally selected last year.