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Admissions for Nursery to Class 1 in Delhi govt schools to begin from June 28: DoE

The government has also set up a help desk consisting of teachers and School Management Committee (SMC) members which will be available for providing guidance to the parents.

By: PTI | New Delhi I |
Updated: June 24, 2021 10:22:59 am
delhi govt schoolsThe government has also set up a help desk consisting of teachers and School Management Committee (Photo: Amit Chakravarty)

The admission process for the entry-level classes in government sarvodaya vidyalayas will begin from June 28, the Directorate of Education (DoE) announced on Wednesday.

“The application forms for entry level classes-Nursery, KG and class 1 in Government Sarvodaya Vidyalayas can be obtained from concerned schools from June 28 to July 12.

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“Children residing in Delhi in the vicinity of the school within 1 km shall be eligible to apply. If a Sarvodaya Vidyalaya is not available in the vicinity, then residents within a radius of 3 km will be eligible,” the DoE said in official order.

The government has also set up a help desk consisting of teachers and school management committee (SMC) members which will be available for providing guidance to the parents.

“Parents of the applicants are advised to get the application form checked from help desk members,” the order added.

The DoE also clarified that admission will not be denied to any Divyang child, destitute child, refugee or asylum seeker, migrants or child in need of care and protection, due to non availability of essential documents at the time of submission in the school. The selection of the candidates will be done by draw of lots to be held on July 20. PTI GJS

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