As a precautionary measure and in compliance of the instructions received from Secretary, Department of Higher Education/ School Education and Literacy, Government of India, dated 18th March, 2020, CBSE had postponed all the board examinations that were to be held between 19.03.2020 to 31.03.2020. It was informed in the Board’s press release dated 18.3.20 that “date sheets for the rescheduled board examinations shall be communicated by the board through its website and press release after re-assessment of the situation.”
The Board is committed to the academic welfare of its students; therefore, the Board is constantly assessing the situation, and is keen to mitigate the anxiety of the students, parents, and schools. In view of the prevailing extraordinary circumstances of the worldwide spread of COVID-19 and the countrywide lockdown, and in view of the queries raised by our stakeholders regarding the academic future of students, the Board advises/informs all schools affiliated to the Board as follows as a one-time measure....
More than half the states and union territories, including Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Telangana, are still undecided about reopening schools, with Covid-19 caseload continuing to increase in the country.
But Delhi, Haryana and Karnataka, among others, have said they are ready to reopen schools between August and September.
The states and UTs gave their responses with regard to reopening of schools during a meeting with the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) last week.
Officials in the MHRD, however, said these responses are part of an internal discussion to check the preparedness and “no final decision has been taken so far”.
Educational institutions across the country have been shut since March in the wake of the pandemic and now the government has begun the process of consulting with states and other stakeholders on how and when schools can be reopened.
The application process for the Delhi nursery admission 2020 begins today, according to the schedule released by the Directorate of Education or DoE, Government of Delhi. Last date of submission of nursery application forms in schools is December 27 and the first and second lists of selected children will be out on January 24 and February 12 respectively. The DoE had asked all the private unaided recognized schools in Delhi to upload their criteria adopted (including points for each criterion) for admission (other than EWS/DG category seats) at Directorate's website (www.edudel.nic.inat) by November 28, 2019.
Buying of prospectus of school along with application form is not mandatory for parents and the Directorate said the schools can neither force parents to neither buy prospectus nor charge any processing fee. "Only Rs. 25/- (non-refundable) can be charged as admission registration fee from parents," the notification said.
Age limit for pre-primary (KG) is less than 5 years as on March 31 of the year in which the admission is sought.
The Directorate fixed the upper age limit for admission in entry level classes, which is as
For pre-school (nursery): Less than 4 years as on March 31 of the year in which the admission is sought.
For pre-primary (KG): Less than 5 years as on March 31 of the year in which the admission is sought.
For class 1: Less than 6 years as on March 31 of the year in which the admission is sought.
Some of indicative documents which can be considered as proof of residence of parents or child:
(a) Ration Card/Smart Card issued in the name of parents (Mother/Father having name of child).
(b) Domicile certificate of child or of his/her parents.
(c) Voter I-Card of any of the parents.
(d) Electricity bill/MTNL telephone bill/Water bill/Passport in the name of any of the parents or child.
(e) Aadhaar Card/UID card issued in the name of any of the parents.