Delhi : Job, Vaccination And Bus All Will Get Marks In Nusery Admission

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The race for nursery admission has started in 1728 private schools of Delhi. Schools have also made strange standards like parent’s job, vaccination, transportation, Kovid affected family, talented child, in their respective admission formulas. In the admission formula with more than 100 marks, schools are giving such parameters up to a maximum of 10 marks. Schools have also included standards in their admission standards that are banned.

The Springfield Convent School in Najafgarh has also factored working parents into its admission criteria. For this the school is giving 10 marks, while in other parameters distance (two categories) 0-3 kms 60 marks, 3 to 6 km distance 30 marks, single parent 10, sibling 10, girl 10 marks have been fixed for Integral Model School has set only two criteria in its admission formula. The first is distance, which is divided into two categories.

80 marks have been fixed for the distance of one kilometer from school to home and 20 marks for up to three kilometers, while 10 marks have been fixed for the standard of vaccination against Covid. Unique Montessori School has set four standards (distance, siblings, girl child, and Kovid affected family). Out of these, 10 marks have been set for Kovid affected family, 50 for distance, 20 for brother and sister, 20 for girl child.

Manav Bharti India International School includes transportation in its admission criteria. 10 marks are being given for this. The school has fixed 40 marks for distance up to 8 kms, 30 marks for 8 kms to 13 kms, siblings-20, ex-students-10, first child-10, 10 marks for girl child. Modern Perfect Public School has set the standard of the gifted child in admission standards. For this the school will give up to 15 marks. At the same time, 15 marks have been fixed for the adopted child.

Directorate of Education should take action
AdmissionNursery.com chief Sumit Vohra says that many schools have included such standards in their standards, which have been banned by the High Court. These include standards such as transfer, working parents, transportation. The Directorate of Education should take action against schools that incorporate such standards.

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The race for nursery admission has started in 1728 private schools of Delhi. Schools have also made strange standards like parent’s job, vaccination, transportation, Kovid affected family, talented child, in their respective admission formulas. In the admission formula with more than 100 marks, schools are giving such parameters up to a maximum of 10 marks. Schools have also included standards in their admission standards that are banned.

The Springfield Convent School in Najafgarh has also factored working parents into its admission criteria. For this the school is giving 10 marks, while in other parameters distance (two categories) 0-3 kms 60 marks, 3 to 6 km distance 30 marks, single parent 10, sibling 10, girl 10 marks have been fixed for Integral Model School has set only two criteria in its admission formula. The first is distance, which is divided into two categories.

80 marks have been fixed for the distance of one kilometer from school to home and 20 marks for up to three kilometers, while 10 marks have been fixed for the standard of vaccination against Covid. Unique Montessori School has set four standards (distance, siblings, girl child, and Kovid affected family). Out of these, 10 marks have been set for Kovid affected family, 50 for distance, 20 for brother and sister, 20 for girl child.

Manav Bharti India International School includes transportation in its admission criteria. 10 marks are being given for this. The school has fixed 40 marks for distance up to 8 kms, 30 marks for 8 kms to 13 kms, siblings – 20, alumni – 10, first child – 10, 10 for girl child. Modern Perfect Public School has set the standard of the meritorious child in admission standards. For this the school will give up to 15 marks. At the same time, 15 marks have been fixed for the adopted child.

Directorate of Education should take action

AdmissionNursery.com chief Sumit Vohra says that many schools have included such standards in their standards, which have been banned by the High Court. These include standards such as transfer, working parents, transportation. The Directorate of Education should take action against schools that incorporate such standards.

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