Nursery admissions in Mohali schools to begin from Dec 15
The process for nursery admissions in Mohali schools, affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE), will begin from December 15. This was disclosed by an official of a school here on Monday.
The official said, “We will start issuing admission forms after this date.”
He said, at some schools, admissions will be held on the basis of the first-come first-served basis while in others draws will be held. “Draws are held when the number of students exceeds the number of seats in a school. The draws are held by officials from the education department,” said a faculty member of another school.
He said the admission process would likely last till January 15 and many schools may extend the last date later. The regular classes will begin from April 1, he said.
Every school in the district has around 60 seats and the new fees are yet to be decided.
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR ADMISSION
The necessary documents for admission include birth certificate and three passport size photographs.
After students fill admission forms, they will be required to go for a brief interaction with the school coordinator or the principal.
District education officer (elementary) Gurpreet Kaur Taliwal said there were 400 government schools and 380 private schools in the district. She said the admission for primary classes had already begun.
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