Mayoor School british council
Procedure
 
procedure
 

Age for Pre-Nursery, Nursery, KG as on

1st April 2017
Pre-Nursery: 2 years 3 months +
Nursery: 3 years +

Prospectus and Registration form available at the school reception or can be downloaded from the school website.[From "Download files" section].

Procedure for Registration

Application for Registration is attached to the Prospectus. The registration form can be downloaded from the website also. The application along with registration fee, the non-refundable .attested copy of the child"s Birth Certificate, photographs of the parent, address proof and vaccination card is to be deposited at the School Reception. The region-refundable.The process of registration does not guarantee admission.

Interaction (For classes Pre-Nursery and Nursery)

On completion of the registration process, parents will be informed about the date of interaction. This will be an informal interaction of the student and parents with the Principal and Head Mistress. Based on the interaction and the number of vacancies in each class, parents will be notified. Once the admission is confirmed, school fees & documents required are to be submitted with in the given time.

Entrance Examination (For Classes KG – IX)

On completion of the registration process, parents will be informed about the date of the written entrance test for the students of Class KG onwards. This will be followed by an informal interaction of the student and parents with the Principal and Vice-Principal. Based on the test results, the interaction and the number of vacancies in each class, parents will be notified. Once the admission is confirmed, school fees & documents required are to be submitted with in the given time.

Registration Fee: 600/-

 
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