SCEMS

Admission Guidelines

The students are admitted generally to Nursery and other classes, if there are vacancies. Before the official admission, the candidate has to register himself/herself on the prescribed registration form from the school office. The registration form should be carefully filled in and signed by the parents or guardians. The following must be enclosed along with the registration form:

  • Admission of new students is done before the beginning of the academic season. Every candidate for admission must be introduced by the parent/guardian who will be responsible for his/her conduct, progress in studies, discipline and payment of fees.
  • Admission to our school is restricted by certain government regulations and by conditions of age, mental attitude, ability, and conduct of the candidate. Applicants for admission will be interviewed, tested and admitted to the standard if they are found fit.
  • The Principal reserves the right of refusing admission to a student without ascribing any reason for it. He also reserves the right of refusing continued studies to any student whose conduct is found unsatisfactory or who is not benefitting by his stay and study in the school.
  • The management has the right to say on what condition they will admit or retain the students in the school, in conformity with the instruction issued by the education department with the state and the CBSE.

The student should fulfil the minimum age requirement for getting admission as of 1st of April that year.

Nursery

3 Years

KG I

4 Years

KG II

5 Years

Class I

6 Years

4000 +

Students

50 +

Experienced Teachers

350 +

Classrooms

100 %

Results

Withdrawal Rules

  1. Before withdrawing a student from the school, the guardian must send an application formally filled in the prescribed form at least 3 days in advance.
  2. Leaving certificate will be issued only after all the dues to the school have been paid for the session.
  3. The irregular attendance, habitual idleness, neglect of homework, disobedience or disrespect to the members of the school, staff, bad moral influence and communicable diseases harmful to other students will result in the removal of the students from the school.
  4. The principal may at his absolute discretion require any parent at any time to take his/his child out of school.

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