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Can you give me admission process for the nurery in the CBSE private schools in Delhi ??

Here I am giving you admission process for the nurery in the CBSE private schools in Delhi ..

Age limit:
3 year at the year of admission

• A hundred point matrix for calculation of weightage for different criteria as detailed below shall be followed by schools

Criterion Maximum Points
Neighbourhood 20
Sibling 20
Alumni 10
Children with special needs 05
Educational Qualifications of Parents 20
Girl Child 05
School-specific parameters 20

• Schools shall completely eliminate interview of and interaction with children and parents.
• There would be no overall lottery system adopted to select/short list children for admission. Limited use of lottery system would be adopted at the last stage to break any tie.

4.5 Admission Process
The school would assess the applicants on a scale of 1 to 100 in the following manner:

(a) Under the neighbourhood head, an applicant staying within a radius of 3 kms will get the maximum of 30 points. Less weightage has been proportionately assigned to those living farther off, upto the distance of 15 km. from the school and no weightage be given for those living beyond that distance. Distance under neighbourhood head has been increased keeping in view the uneven distribution of private schools in Delhi.

(b) A sibling will get 15 points. However, schools will have the discretion to apply a cap of 20% of the total seats under this category. It has come to light that while dealing with fraternal twins schools have experienced some difficulty because a girl may qualify for admission on account of the girl child criterion while her brother may not qualify. In such cases schools may use their discretion to admit both the children. While applying the 20% cap, if the number of children getting weightage under sibling category exceeds this limit in the merit list, then the rest of the merit list will be modified/corrected by giving no weightage under sibling criteria. An illustration in this regard has been provided in Annexure – 2.

(c) Under alumni category, a maximum of 5 points will be allotted if the father or mother or both are alumni of the school. As in the case of siblings schools will have the freedom to apply a cap of 15% on the number of children admitted under Alumni Category. Only parents who have passed class X (if the school is upto secondary level) or XII (if the school is upto senior secondary level) Board Examination from a school will be able to claim alumni status.

(d) A child who is physically challenged will get 5 points.

(e) Under educational qualification, a maximum of 10 points will be awarded depending on the parents’ level of qualification, 5 points for the father and 5 points for the mother for graduation and above and 3 points for the father and 3 points for the mother for any educational qualification below graduation. In the case of single parent, weightage given for educational qualification will be doubled.

f) A girl child will get 5 points.

g) Under school specific parameters which the school will decide, 25 points will be given. The weightage under school specific parameters should, in no case, be used for any sort of interview or interactive session with parents/children. Schools should include the following three categories compulsorily as core groups for allotment of weightage points as explained below:

1) Minority groups

a) Religious Minority
b) Linguistic Minority

2) Socially Disadvantaged Section

3) Economically Weaker Section

Schools should allot a maximum of 10 weightage points to a child belonging to any one of the above three categories. The supporting documents for the above three categories will be as follows:

• Minority Groups – an Affidavit duly notarized
• Socially Disadvantaged Section – SC/ST Certificate from the competent authority as required in Government Schools
• Economically Weaker Section – Income Certificate from the competent authority or Below Poverty Line Certificate issued by the local authority.

For the remaining 15 points school should decide the parameters beforehand and mention them in the registration form. Schools may allot the 15 points under different parameters as per their needs. An illustrative list of such parameters is given below:

• Professions of parents including those who are self-employed, businessmen, artisans, craftsmen, entrepreneurs etc.
• Transferable government employees or even employees in private sector who have been recently transferred.
• Defence, para-military and police personnel

For more details I am attaching a word file with it .
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Last edited by Aakashd; March 1st, 2020 at 10:41 AM.
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