Delhi nursery admissions 2019: The admission process for the first list will continue till February 20. The second list will be out on February 21 and the nursery admission process will conclude on March 31
In the recently published admission guidelines for EWS/DG and children with special needs, the Directorate of Education (DoE) stated that the age limit of previous years will continue for this cycle as well — five for nursery, six for KG and seven for Class I.
Director of Education Sanjay Goel said: “These schools assumed that they would not be penalised for their lapse... We will check with the DDEs how many schools eventually submitted the information...we will accordingly decide if they should proceed with admissions.”
The Directorate of Education (DoE) has advised parents not to approach these schools till the department issued further orders to avoid any inconvenience to them in case any penal action is initiated against the schools.
With the process beginning two weeks earlier than it had last year, Friday was the last date for the city’s 1,600-odd government recognised private schools to make public criteria for admission to nursery, kindergarten and Class I.
Most schools allot maximum points to the neighbourhood criteria — children residing within the 0-3 km radius. The application process will end on January 17, and the first list will be uploaded on February 15
This was the second blow to AAP government in as many days, as the court had yesterday stayed Delhi government's order scrapping management quota as well as 11 other criteria regarding nursery admissions saying it was issued without any authority and was in conflict with an earlier order of the Lieutenant Governor