Admission Procedure for Hostel

It is recommended that parents and their daughter/s visit the Residential Campus to get an idea of the quality of accommodation. If they happen to like it the prospective boarder would stay in the hostel for three days while the parents put up in a local hotel. The ward can meet the parents every day and report about her stay .This enables both the parents as well as the ward to be fairly sure about suitability of the new environment. The final decision is to be taken by the parents and their ward only after a stay of three days .Once the hostel settlement is done, there will be no withdrawals in the mid-session and in case of an emergency, the hostel fee of the complete session will have to be paid.


When to Apply – For Classes VI to X – Between I week of January to II week February (on the basis of result of the previous class + entrance test + interview)For Class XI – I week of January to February II week (on the basis of result of aptitude test + entrance test + interview)


The registration form and syllabus for the Entrance Test can be downloaded from our website.


Admission Process – Parents (Father & mother) have to come to the school along with the child seeking admission and the mark sheet of the previous school/class and meet the concerned in-charges.  If a vacancy exists in that particular class , the child will be asked to appear for an Entrance Test. She  will be given admission on the basis of her performance in the entrance test.


Provisional admission will be given after the selection in the Entrance Test .

Admission will be  confirmed after the payment of the fees and the submission of the  following documents –


Mark sheet of the Annual Exam of the previous school
School Leaving Certificate duly countersigned by the Regional Office in case of Board Examination

Passport size  Photograph of the student (5 copies), Mother (2 copies), Father (2 copies)

Only  two  Local Guardians are permitted (——–)
Medical fitness certificate from a recognized Medical practitioner