Admission

Admission Procedure


Admissions are generally made into the classes I to VI for children of age group 5 to 10 years in the month of Mat/June during every academic year. No admission will be made/considered into the classes higher than 6th. .It will no be possible to consider admitting children into the class 7th or 8th unless the children have completed class 6th or 7th and declared eligible for promotion into future class.
Application and prospectus can be had from the school office on payment of Rs.200/- by M.O. or on paying at cash counter in the school office on any working day in favor of

To
The correspondent,
Bhuvanagiri Public School,
Krishnaveni Nagar,
Kukkala Doddi Post & Village,
Rly.Kodur Mdl. -516 101
Cuddapah Dt., Andhra Pradesh

And filled in applications for admission are to be sent to

The correspondent,
Bhuvanagiri Public School,
Krishnaveni Nagar,
Kukkala Doddi Post & Village,
Rly.Kodur Mdl. -516 101
Cuddapah Dt., Andhra Pradesh
.

An Interview/Test shall be conducted to finalise the admission . It is meant to assess the aptitude capability and comprehension of the child.
There is no prescribed syllabus for the test / interview as it is of a very general nature.
The standard of the test / interview would be the of the class which the child has completed.
The parent / guardian of the selected student will be informed of the date on which the child is to be brought the parent / guardian should pay the required fees without fail on or before the date notified to confirm the admission.


The candidature of the student will be cancelled if the required fees are not paid within the date notified.
Submission of application is no guarantee of admission.

Registration For Admission


The duly signed Application form signed by the Father / Guardian / Mother should be registered to the school office along with the following document.
1. Recently taken Passport size photo should be affixed on the application form in the space provided.
2. Xerox copy of the original Corporation / Municipal / Birth certificate duly attested by a gazetted office or the bonafide certificate from the school where the ward is presently studying, date of should submitted.
3. The details entered in the application form should correct in all aspects. Any discrepancy will render the Application liable to be rejected.
4. An Interview / Test shall be conducted to finalise the admission. It is meant to assess the aptitude capability and comprehension of the child. There is no prescribed syllabus for the test / interview as it is of a very general nature. The standard of the test / interview would be the of the class which the child has completed.
5. The parent / guardian of the selected student will be brought. The required fees without fail on or before the date notified to confirm the admission.
6. The candidature of the student will be cancelled if the required fees is not paid within the date notified. Submission of application is no guarantee of admission.

Withdrawals


1. Students are accepted admission on the understanding that they will remain in the school for the entire course. Should they however be withdrawn due to personal reasons, parents will have to pay the fees in accordance with the school rules.
2. Students leaving the school in the middle of the term on any of their reason must pay the school fee for the full academic year.
3. Request for Transfer Certificate (T.C) should be submitted in the prescribed application will be accepted only if it is through and signed by parent.
4. For the withdrawal of a student 7 days notice in writing is required. Transfer Certificate will be given to those students who have no arrears of fees.
5. T.C should be collected only by the parents in person from the Principal.


Withdrawals Under Compulsion


1. Repeated defaulters who do not pay fees regularly may be withdrawn form the school. The parent will be compelled to clear the dues.
2. One 'failure' (detention in the class) due to poor academic performance can be allowed during orientation period. Any failure after orientation period will result in compulsory withdrawal of the student from the school. No relaxation is permitted.
3. The principal can, without assigning any reason, ask a parent / guardian to withdraw their ward from the school should he consider the students conduct, behavior or influence to be in any way detrimental to the interests of the school.

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