Delhi Nursery Admission 2024: Registration for nursery, pre-primary (KG), and Class 1 in private schools across Delhi is set to commence from November 23, 2023. Please scroll down to review eligibility criteria and additional details.

For Delhi Nursery Admission 2024, the Directorate of Education (DOE) will begin accepting applications today. Unlike the previous year when registration commenced in March, this time, the admission process kicks off in January. Starting on November 23, applications can be submitted until December 15. The preliminary list of selected candidates will be disclosed on January 12, 2024, marking the conclusion of the admission process on March 8, 2024.

Schools have the flexibility to establish their preference criteria. Some institutions may award points based on factors such as whether the candidate’s parents or siblings attended the same school, the candidate’s gender, any special needs the applicant may have, or if the candidate is the child of a single parent. The majority of schools will conduct online registrations, and the first list of selected candidates will be published on January 12, 2024. Private schools allocate 25% of their seats for economically disadvantaged (EWS), impoverished, and disabled students, maintaining separate waiting lists for each category.

Steps to Apply for Delhi Nursery Admission 2024:

  1. Visit the nearest government school.
  2. Obtain the application form from the school.
  3. Complete the form, attach a photograph, and submit the necessary documents.
  4. Drop the completed form into the designated drop box.

Note: Some schools may require applicants to apply through their official website. The age requirements for admission are a maximum of three years for nursery, four years for KG, and five years for Class 1.

Eligibility for Delhi Nursery Admission 2024: The entry age limits for pre-school, pre-primary, and Class 1 admissions are four years, five years, and six years, respectively. The Directorate of Education conducts centralized online admissions for 25% of seats in each private school, specifically reserved for economically disadvantaged students.

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