General Guidelines

General Guidelines

Age criterion for admission to the Pre Primary Classes

The age limits for admission is as follows:

  • Nursery: 2½ Years
  • Kindergarten (KG): 3½+ years
  • Preparatory (Prep): 4½+ years

Children failing to meet the age criteria may not be considered for admission for that particular class.


Entrance Screening

Aptitude Assessment (written and/or verbal) as applicable, are part of the admission process.

  • Test Dates

    Will be notified by the Admissions office of the particular branch, by a SMS and email.

  • Declaration of Result

    Will be notified by the Admissions office of the particular branch, by a SMS and email.

  • Syllabus

    Age and class appropriate syllabus will be tested, details will be available at the respective Branch’s Front Office


Registration Form

  • Online Registration

    Click here to register your child online.

  • Availability

    Generally, admission forms for the new session will be available from January onwards, at the respective Central Academy Campuses.

  • Submission

    Registration form should be duly filled and submitted in the respective branch office before the due date as informed by the Branch Office, unless done so Online.

  • Enclosures

    The following enclosures are compulsory to be attached with the admission form:

    1. Birth Certificate

      Photocopy must be submitted for Nursery and KG.

    2. Transfer Certificate

      From the last school attended, must be submitted from Prep Class onward.

    3. Progress Report:

      Photocopy of report card/progress report of the previous class attended.

    4. Transfer Certificate:

      If transferred from another state, the TC should be duly endorsed by the DEO.

    5. Migration Certificate:

      Is required in case of change of Board, as well as for students of other schools, from class X seeking admission to class XI.

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