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Comment by Sakshi (Moderator) on December 21, 2016 at 10:06am

TOI -21 Jan~Parents in daze over nursery norms

TNN | Dec 21, 2016, 08.16 AM IST


NEW DELHI: The nursery guidelines are out. These aren't different from last year's, but the parents are still confused.

The directions and schedule announced on Monday evening aren't applicable to all schools, including some of the most popular ones in the city. "I stay in C8, Vasant Kunj, and Vasant Valley is (on the) list (of schools on) government land. This school is also in C8...(does this) mean that if I apply in that school my child will get admission or has higher chances?" asked a parent on admissionnursery.com.

There is no good answer to that question yet, although Directorate of Education's guideline on the subject suggests that children from the neighbourhood of such schools stand a better chance.

In Delhi, the 1,700-odd private schools could be divided into three broad categories. The vast majority is on private land; about 400 are on land leased from various government agencies like Delhi Development Authority. Of these, 285 have in their lease deeds land allotment conditions that either require them to "admit 75% of the students of the neighbourhood or from the locality in which the school is located", or forbid them from "refus(ing) admission to the resident of the locality".

Thus far, these are on the schools' lease deeds and, although the government guidelines mention them, they're yet to be translated into admission guidelines. Monday's guidelines cover all private schools except these 285. But, complicating matters, these 285 include some of the most sought-after ones in Delhi—branches of Delhi Public School, Bal Bharti, DAV, Ahlcon, etc.

"Parents are asking if they will be eligible to apply in other schools if they can apply to the 285. They want to know what happens in case the applicant is a younger sibling with an older one already in school, and whether twins will get the relaxation they get in some," said Sumit Vohra of admissionsnursery.com, adding, "They're worried about possible litigation once the second set of guidelines are issued."

Parents are also concerned about the possibility of differing schedules and clashing dates.

Schools on private land or without admission-related lease conditions are pleased that the process and guidelines remain the same as last year's; the 285, not so much. One association has already sought a meeting with the director, education, "to seek clarification and make some suggestions". "This is a very serious problem—you have the same government but different rules. Plus, they're distinguishing even between schools on government land - those who have an admission stipulation and those who don't. It's absolutely unjust. It's a policy of divide and rule," said an administrator.

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Ashok Pandey, principal, Ahlcon International, Mayur Vihar, doesn't expect the schedule to be different for the 285, but is "anxious and curious" to see what the government suggests. The issue of criteria for these schools is in court in any case.

"There shouldn't be much confusion over criteria, but there can be on the dates. Earlier, each school in Delhi followed a different set of parameters," said lawyer-activist Khagesh Jha. "What is happening now is that parents who think the guidelines are out are discovering that the schools they're interested in aren't covered," he added.

DNA 21 DEC

‘Confusing’ nursery admission guidelines throw parents into a tizzy

 
Wed, 21 Dec 2016-08:05am , DNA

The Directorate of Education’s (DoE) move of issuing separate sets of guidelines for private schools operating on government land and the rest has thrown parents into a tizzy.

Late on Monday night, the DoE issued guidelines for nearly 1,400 private schools operating on private land, stating that the admission process for these institutions will start on January 2, 2017. These schools have been allowed to decide their own criteria for the nursery admissions and have been directed to upload them by January 1, 2017.

“The DoE decision of giving a freehand to these schools will create a lot of problems for parents as there are chances that they will make some random criteria compulsory for admissions,” said Pankaj Ahuja, a resident of north Delhi’s Kamala Nagar area, who is seeking admission for his second child.

Similarly, Vaishali Shekhar, a resident of east Delhi’s Mayur Vihar area, expressed concern about the decision. “The DoE should make it clear that these schools should not misuse the power given to them and that they should give a fair chance to every parent seeking admission,” she said.

“I’m seeking admission for my first child and I have no idea about the nursery admission process. These schools have been asked to upload their guidelines by January 1 and the admissions will begin on January 2. I’m very worried about how I will manage in that short span of time,” she added.

Meanwhile, the DoE said that it will issue a separate set of guidelines for 285 schools operating on the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) land, on the condition that “the school shall not refuse admission to the resident of the locality” or “the society shall undertake to admit 75 per cent of students of the neighbourhood or from the locality in which the school is located”. This is the first time that a separate set of guidelines will be issued for the category.“Parents are concerned about when the guidelines for these 285 schools would be out and with how much distance limit. Parents with their first child in these schools are very tense,” said Sumit Vohra of the Nurseryadmissions.com.

The DoE has provided for a three-day window — February 16-18 — for parents to put forward their queries regarding the allotment of points to their wards in the first list.

Application forms will be available from January 2 and the last date of submission will be January 23. Details for the children competing for unreserved seats will have to be filled in by January 31. The first list of selected candidates and the waiting list will be posted on February 15. The second list should be out by February 28 and the process, if all goes according to plan, will be over by March 31, 2017.

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Comment by Sakshi (Moderator) on December 20, 2016 at 8:34am

Toi-Separate nursery rules for schools on public land, others

| TNN | Updated: Dec 20, 2016, 04.14 AM IST


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NEW DELHI: In a first, the Directorate of Education will issue two sets of guidelines for admission into nursery of private schools - one for schools on public land, another for the rest.

Late on Monday, DoE issued guidelines for the second lot. For schools on private land, the nursery process begins on January 2; admission criteria will be uploaded online and submitted to DoE the day before.

Application forms will be available from January 2 and parents will have time till January 23 to submit. Details for children competing for "open" -unreserved -seats, will have to be filled in by January 31 and the tally of points (out of hundred) for each child will be uploaded by February 6.]The first list of selected candidates and the waiting list will be posted on February 15.

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In another first, the DoE has allowed a three-day window -from February 16 to 18 -for "resolution of queries of parents...regarding allotment of points to their ward in the first list." All details -full list of criteria and points allotted to each parameter -will be available on the DoE's website. The second list should be out by February 28 and the process, if all goes to plan, should be over by March 31, 2017.

But things may not be as simple. Monday's "guidelines and schedule [are] not applicable for the schools running on the land allotted by DDA on the condition that "the school shall not refuse admission to the resident of the locality" or "the society shall undertake to admit 75% of the students of the neighbourhood or from the locality in which the school is located"." The DoE will issue another set of guidelines and, possibly, a different schedule for this lot of schools -285 as per the attached, "tentative" list. These may constitute a fraction of the total number of private unaided schools - about 1,700 - but some of these invite the fiercest competition. The appended list includes several DAVs, Delhi Public Schools, Bal Bhartis, Heritages and also Vasant Valley and Ahlcon International. The issue of criteria for this lot is in court. As Sumit Vohra of admissionsnursery .com puts it, "Parents are already confused." Admissions into the 25% EWSDG (economically weaker section/disadvantaged categories) seats will be handled by the DoE directly. There should be third list of instructions for that.

Comment by Sakshi (Moderator) on December 19, 2016 at 11:53pm

Pls post all your queries on Delhi 2017 common thread

http://www.admissionsnursery.com/forum/topics/nursery-admissions-in...

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