Admission Procedure:

The school Prospectus, containing a Registration form and an Application form for admission, may be had at any time from the office of the E.D./Principal of the school on payment The school Prospectus, containing a Registration form and an

Application form for admission, may be had at any time from the office of the E.D./Principal of the school on payment of Rs.500/- by money order or D.D. payable at Rewa in favor of GURUKUL Rewa. Registration for seeking admission in any of the three Academic years next following the ensuing session may also be secured in advance at any time throughout the year. Such applications will be considered on priority before opening admissions for the next academic session.

A notice for admission in the ensuring academic session with the number of seats available in each class is published in newspapers and displayed on the school notice board in the last week of February. Admissions will be made strictly in accordance with merit to the extent of seats available in any particular class and on first come first served basis. Mere registration carries no guarantee of admission for seeking admission, Parents are requested to fill up the registration form, submit it to the school office on or before the specified date.

For KG-I&II : There will be an informal interview of the child and a meeting with the parents. The result of this will be declared soon after the interview.

Age & Age Proof : The child should be in the age group of 3 to 4 years as on 31st July of the academic session in which the admission is being sought. A photo copy of the birth certificate is required to be produced as an acceptable age proof.

For Class I and onwards :There will be an entrance test of English, Maths and General Science followed by a formal interview of the ward. The test syllabus for admission to various classes is given in Annexure.1 of the prospectus. The list of selected candidates will be put on the school notice-board. An attested photo copy of transfer certificate for admission in class 1 and a proper transfer certificate from other recognized school duly countersigned by educational authority for class-II and above at the time of admission, is required to be submitted. If however, a child has not studied previously in any recognized school and is seeking admission to class-II or any higher class, such an admission may be considered, as a special case, provided the parents files an affidavit to this effect, and the child passes a regular and full examination as prescribed by the school for promotion from the previous lower class and subject to prior permission, required if any, from the educational authority.