New Horizon School


         
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New Horizon School
Admission

Admissions/Withdrawal Procedure :


Registration

  • The Registration Form and Prospectus are available in the School during working hours on payment of the prescribed fee.
  • The birth certificate in original or the transfer certificate from the previous school, as the case may be, should be attached with the registration form.
  • Two latest passport size photographs of the candidate and parents should be submitted alongwith the Registration Form.
  • The age group of the students for admission to Pre-School and onwards as on March 31st of the progressive academic year should be 3+ and so on respectively.
  • The students from class IX to XII are required to give an undertaking alongwith their and parents'/guardians' photographs.

Admission Procedure :

  • Generally no new student is admitted to Class X or XII.
  • A student who has qualified for admission to the school will be required to furnish the necessary certificates alongwith the undertaking wherever applicable and pay the prescribed fee for April, May and June and other charges within three days of the offer of admission failing which the offer of admission will stand withdrawn.
  • Fee for first quarter, i.e., April, May and June, and other charges deposited at the time of admission (including provisional admission) will not be refunded in the event of non-acceptanceof admission or for any other reason. No fee (except the security) shall be refunded, if the provisional admission is not approved by the Management.
  • Correspondence regarding reconsideration of decision about admission will not be entertained.
  • All correspondence will be sent by ordinay post. School will not be responsible for any postal delay or non-receipt of any call for test, interview, etc.

A student shall not be allowed to attend classes without paying the prescribed fee and submitting the documents listed below :

  1. An attested copy of the municipal certificate of Date of Birth for class I.
  2. Original school leaving certificate (for Class II onwards) duly counter signed by the District Inspector of Schools if the school is situated outside Delhi and by the Education Officer of the previous School if the school is situated in Delhi.
  3. Attendance certificate.
  4. An attested copy of the Progress Report/Statement of Marks.
  5. An applicant seeking admission in Class X and XII hailing from a Board other than CBSE will also be required to take written pemission of the Chairman, C.B.S.E.

Tests and Interviews :

  • There will be no test or interview of the child seeking admission to Pre-School and Pre-Primary.
  • All candidates seeking admission in various calsses will be required to undergo written tests. On the basis of the written tests, the applicant along with parents may be called for an interview. Seats will be offered according to the number of vacancies purely at the discretion of the management.
  • For admission to Class I and above upto VIII written tests will be conducted in English, Hindi, Urdu and Maths, according to the prescribed school syllabus.
  • The test papers for all classes shall be of 25 marks each and will be of three hours duration.

Withdrawal :

  • Three months' notice or three months' fee in lieu of such notice, must be given before a student is withdrawn.
  • Transfer certifecate will not be given on withdrawal until all the school dues have been cleared.

Termination :

This may be effected on any one of the following grounds and the decision of the school will be final and binding on the parents concerned.

  1. Continuous weakness in studies, despite the school's efforts to help the child.
  2. Absence without sanctioned leave.
  3. Behavioural problems which persist despite the school's efforts.
  4. Behavioural traits detrimental to the class/school's atmosphere.
  5. Being over-age for any class.
  6. After being detained twice in the same class.
  7. Non-payment of fees or recurring irregularity in payment as per schedule.
  8. Moral breach of conduct considered serious by the school.
  9. Non-serious attitude and persistent negligence of school programmes, regulations and work by the student.
  10. Non co-operation of parents in the welfare of the child including non-attendance of Parent-Teacher Meetings.