The entry level is Pre-primary section (BALVATIKA) i.e. Introductory.
The child age should be minimum 3 years and maximum 4 years on 31st March of that year in which seeking admission into the Introductory the first level of two levels of Balvatika. The admission to Introductory is finalized by randomization under different categories after the registrations are completed. Further information on admission will be given at the time of registration. The admissions to this level are announced through advertisement in local News Papers in December.
All applications for admission must be made on the prescribed forms and be submitted not later than the declared last date for it. There are no regular registrations for other classes.
Next entry point is class VII & XI to limited seats which are announced through advertisements. Further information on admission process will be given at the time of registration.
The enrolment form and other necessary papers must be filled in with due care by parent / guardian. The date of birth recorded in the enrolment form cannot be changed later. Pupil coming from another school must produce a Transfer Certificate. In case of Inter-State Transfers, the certificate should be countersigned by the District Education Officer of the State in case of admission to classes IX upwards.
A clear calendar month's notice in writing or a month's fee in lieu of that must be given before a pupil can be withdrawn. All dues have to be cleared before a transfer certificate is issued. In respect of withdrawals in May, the fee for June will also be charged. Fee paid at the time of admission is non-refundable except for the caution money.
Fee are to be paid in cash / cheque in four quarterly instalments in April, July, October and January by the 15th of each indicated months. If the fee is not paid by the 15th of the indicated month, the name of the pupil is struck off the rolls.
The school management reserves the right to add, alter or amend any of the rules and the same shall be binding on the parents, guardians and students.
Admission is open to all irrespective of caste, creed, colour or religion.