Nursery Admissions will start on 28 November 2019 . Process will start 15 days before as compared to the last year. Admission Process in private schools of Delhi will start by the Government from 28 November. These admissions will be for Academic session 2020-21. Last year this admission process began on December 15. Education Directorate has made preparations for admission exercise in Class KG as well as Class I . The Education Directorate believes that starting the process on time will lesser the problems of both schools and parents will be less. Also, Children will also be able to start their studies on time.
Admission process for Nursery Classes is going to begin 15 days before as compared to the last year. Education Director Binay Bhushan said that soon Notification will be issued for the process. This Admission process will be based on point system. Criteria of the admission process will be published on Schools’s website, notice board and education directorate’s website. Schools can not have their own criteria for admissions but education directorate will release its own list for admission. Also, admission criteria can not be based points which have already been asked to remove the Directorate. To ensure criteria are being followed in proper way, a monitoring committee will be appointed. This time too Neighborhood priority in admission will be given to the children. Same as last year this year (2019) too upper age limit will be implemented, which is as follows :-
|Nursery||3 to 4 Years|
|KG||4 to to 5 Years|
|Class I||5 to 6 Years|
*till 31st March
Special focus on EWS: Preparations are underway for Admission process of Economically Weaker Sections / Disadvantage Group (EWS / DG) for category. Education director said that all Data on seats available in private schools from DDE has been ordered. Data of some district is yet to come. Directorate intend that timely admission for these children Process must be completed. This time for differently-abled students nearly 5 thousand seats were left vacant last year will now be converted into EWS. Now, the total seats including EWS will be about 41 thousand.