ADMISSION

Wards of Army Personnel are given admission based on the result of their admission test & the transfer certificate of the previous school. However their classes for admission would be decided by the Principal within 10 days of their reporting to the school.

Admission tests will be on the first working day of every week and result is announced within 48 hours. A retest, where considered necessary, may be after seven days of the admission test.

Subjects for the admission test: The admission test will be held in the following subjects-

Level Subject
Primary Class (II-V) English, Hindi and Mathematics
Middle Class (V-VIII) English, Hindi, Mathematics +Science
Secondary Classes (IX-X) English, Hindi, Mathematics and Science
Senior Sec. Classes (XI TO XII) English, Hindi and elective subjects

Admission to Class 1 shall not be based on any test requiring prior academic attainment of the student in order to ensure that such student will not be compared to those who have had such education.

Concession shall be given in academic tests for deficiency in language (English, Hindi and Sanskrit). This shall not be so liberal that the deficiency may not be made good by combined effort of the school and parents in one session.

Note: The assurance of removing language deficiency within a year shall be given in writing by the parents/guardians of the pupils, if admitted.

Minimum Age Limit:

At the time of admission the child should have completed the following age on 31 st March of classes mentioned below:

  • Class I - 5 years
  • Class II- 6 years
Fees Structure
FEE STRUCTURE WEF 01 APR 2017
CLASS I-V
  One time Yearly Quarterly
CAT REG/AFEE SD ACH ** T.F. P.F. Comp. Sci. Comp Sci * Total
OR 890 4000 1450 3210 300 300 3810
JCO 1140 5000 1730 3765 300 300 4365
OFFR 1900 7000 2050 4365 300 300 4965
CIV 6700 12000 3325 6645 480 480 7605
VI-VIII
OR 890 4000 1250 3765 300 300 4365
JCO 1140 5000 1475 4365 300 300 4965
OFFR 1900 7000 1730 4920 300 300 5520
CIV 6700 12000 2760 7845 480 480 8805
IX-X
OR 890 4000 1250 3765 300 300 210 4575
JCO 1140 5000 1475 4365 300 300 210 5175
OFFR 1900 7000 1730 4920 300 300 210 5730
CIV 6700 12000 2760 7845 480 480 300 9105
XI-XII (SCI)
OR 890 4000 1250 4365 300 300 300 5265
JCO 1140 5000 1475 4920 300 300 300 5820
OFFR 1900 7000 1730 5490 300 300 300 6390
CIV 6700 12000 2760 8985 480 480 480 10425
XI-XII (SCI) WITH COMP SCI/INFO PRACT
OR 890 4000 1250 4365 300 300 300 240 5505
JCO 1140 5000 1475 4920 300 300 300 240 6060
OFFR 1900 7000 1730 5490 300 300 300 240 6630
CIV 6700 12000 2760 8985 480 480 480 480 10905
XI-XII (HUMANITIES/COMMERCE)
OR 890 4000 1250 4365 300 300 4965
JCO 1140 5000 1475 4920 300 300 5520
OFFR 1900 7000 1730 5490 300 300 6090
CIV 6700 12000 2760 8985 480 480 9945
XI-XII (HUMANITIES/COMMERCE) WITH COMP SCI/INFO PRACT
OR 890 4000 1250 4365 300 300 240 5205
JCO 1140 5000 1475 4920 300 300 240 5760
OFFR 1900 7000 1730 5490 300 300 240 6330
CIV 6700 12000 2760 8985 480 480 480 10425

Notes

  • Computer Science fee is applicable for students who have taken Computer Science or Info Practices as Elective subject. Computer Science Fee will be in addition to Computer Fee.
  • Annual Charge (ACH) will be paid every year with the fee for the Quarter April to June.
S No Quarters Duration of Payment
1 April - June 11 April - 25 April
2 July - September 11 July - 25 July
3 October - December 11 October - 25 October
4 January - March 11 January - 25 January
School Uniform

SUMMER

    Boys (Juniors)

  • White shirt with half sleeves.
  • Steel grey shorts.
  • Black shoes & steel grey socks.
  • School belt and tie.
  • Steel grey turban for Sikh students.

    Girls (Juniors)

  • White shirt with half sleeves.
  • Steel grey shorts.
  • Black shoes & steel grey socks.
  • School belt and tie.
  • Red ribbons

    Boys (Seniors)

  • White shirt with half sleeves, and Steel grey trousers.
  • Black shoes & steel grey socks.
  • School belt and tie.
  • Steel grey turban for Sikh boys

    Girls (Seniors)

  • Steel grey kameez with V neck knee length.
  • White salwar & white dupatta
  • Black shoes & steel grey socks.
  • Red ribbons

WINTER

    Boys (Juniors)

  • White shirt
  • Navy blue blazer compulsory
  • Navy blue Pullover (V neck without collar with red stripe & school monogram)
  • Steel grey worsted trousers
  • Black shoes
  • Dark grey woolen socks
  • School belt and tie
  • Steel Grey turban for Sikh students.

    Girls (Juniors)

  • White shirt/blouse
  • Navy blue blazer compulsory
  • Navy blue Pullover (V neck without collar with red stripe and school monogram)
  • Dark grey worsted trousers
  • Black shoes
  • Dark grey woollen socks
  • School belt and tie

    Boys (Seniors)

  • White shirt
  • Navy blue blazer compulsory
  • Navy blue Pullover (V neck without without collar with red stripe & school monogram)
  • Steel grey worsted trousers
  • School belt and tie
  • Dark grey woollen socks
  • Black shoes
  • Steel Grey turban for Sikh students.

    Girls (Seniors)

  • White shirt
  • Navy blue blazer compulsory Navy blue Pullover (V neck without collar with red stripe & school monogram)
  • Steel grey worsted trousers
  • School belt and tie
  • Dark grey woollen socks
  • Black shoes

School tie may be optional at the discretion of the Principal depending on local weather conditions. No tie for classes I & II during summers.

Wednesday and Saturday

    Boys:

  • House T-shirt
  • Track suit
  • White Socks
  • White PT Shoes

    Girls (Seniors)

  • Track suit
  • White Socks
  • White PT Shoes
Conduct and Discipline

The School lays emphasis on self-discipline for, without discipline it is not possible to achieve excellence in any field. Corporal punishment is not permitted. It is our aim to inculcate in each student a sense of ethical values, etiquettes and good conduct and to foster a sense of cooperation and responsibility. However, keeping the interest of the entire student body in mind, it will be necessary to punish cases of anti-social behaviour. In extreme or repeated cases of indiscipline, the School may, for the well-being of the entire community, be forced to expel the student. In such case (s) the decision of the Principal will be final & binding.

Co – Curricular Activities

Various cultural programs are organised throughout the year and all students are encouraged to display their talents, thus generating a feeling of mutual acceptance and oneness.
Cultural Program are to designed to awaken cultural awareness and the development of the aesthetic senses.
It is very import art to offer a rich selection of co-curricular activities to students of all ages. It is only through this exposure that a child becomes aware of his special interests and talents. This in turn allows a child to receive appreciation and acclaim and to grow in confidence. This confidence then gets reflected in other areas leading to all around growth and progress.
The nature and range of these activities are not static and continue to evolve as per the interests and talents of the student body and the faculty.
Co-curricular activities offered include martial arts yoga, Indian classical dance, dramatics, drawing, batik, debates, quizzing, painting, clay modeling carpentary, Indian & western music, publication, special interest clubs and also community service. A thoughtfully and well-planned CCA Calendar is chalked out for the Inter-Class / Inter–House & Inter–School competitions.