Nursery School Admission: No Clarity on Rules

Nursery AdmissionDelhi Government has put nursery admissions to 298 private unaided schools built on DDA Land on hold. Government wants these school admission criteria should include the neighborhood criteria(distance between applicant’s home and the school).
Many Parents are confused about the admission criteria of schools in Delhi. Sunil Jain, A resident of Indraprastha Extension in east Delhi went to Ahlcon International School in Mayur Vihar and returned empty handed without an application form and any information about it.
“After reaching here, I was told that the school has not started the process. I wonder why the admission rules keep changing every year” He said.
The remaining 1,400 Private Schools in Delhi can set their own parameters but they are also in dilemma related to DoE Guidelines.
So, Till When DoE can release the Guidelines for schools built on DDA land?
The Delhi government is likely to announce the schedule and guidelines for Nursery Admission for around 300 private schools built on DDA Land in a day or two i.e till Tuesday.
Admission to these schools will be based on Neighborhood Criterion. DoE Officials said these 298 schools will have to keep minimum of 1 Km under the Neighborhood Criterion.
Hence, The conclusion to the confusion of Parents will be cleared in a day or two. Maybe on Tuesday DoE will release the information as Clarity on Nursery School Admission 2017-18 Criteria.


  3 comments for “Nursery School Admission: No Clarity on Rules

  1. Neha Jha
    Seriously, nursery admissions are becoming tough due to changing rules. I'll be glad if someone can point me out with the documents necessary for Nursery Admission in Delhi.
  2. Anjali Mehta
    Hey Neha, I believe Aadhar card is made mandatory for both Parents as well as the Child, if I am wrong please let me know
  3. Palak Gulati
    Very nice blog and the nursery admission each year is becoming more and more vague. Hope this time, something good happens.

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