Kendriya Vidyalaya Angul . Vidyalaya run by the Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS), KVS is an autonomous body formed by the Ministry of education, Govt. of India, New Delhi. As a result of the recommendations of the second Pay Commission. They Primarily cater to the educational needs of the children of the Central Govt. Employees including Defense Personnel and floating population liable to frequent transfers throughout the country. Needles to say, therefore they have common syllabus and are affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi.
Every school, hence, is a 'Miniature India' in itself and tries to inculcate in its students feelings of patriotism, brother hood and national integration.
Date of opening 06.06.1995
Highest Class XII (Sc.)
No. of sections 2 upto VI
1 VII - XII
Principal Dr. D. Ojha M.A.,M.Ed., M. Phil , Ph. D.
Chairman Sh.Swamy D.V. IAS, Collector & D.M., Angul
The genesis of KV :
Started in the year 1995 as a single section civil sector school sponsored by the state Govt of Orissa . Began with only Primary classes from I to V in a Temporary accommodation of NAC Guest house building . Now from 2004 Vidyalaya is functioning in the permanent campus at Gandhi Marg Angul.
The present permanent building with its campus is a full fledged one with permanent building of 'AO' type which is shortly going to be upgraded to 'A' type the construction works for additional class room , Labs and staff Qtrs are going on in full swing.
Important milestones of growth :
The Vidyalaya sent out its first batch of students for CBSE’s AISS(X) Exam. in 2001. Last year the results of both AISSE and AISSCE 2009 broak all the record of his history by achieving 100% result in both class - X and XII and PI in many subjects where above the PI as fixed at regional level . Our students are also doing well in Sports and Games both at regional and national level .
Gradual year wise expansion in classes and sections leading to present status :
1995-96 : classes I to V ;
1996-97 : Class VI added ;
2000-2001: first batch of Class X students took their CBSE AISSExam.;
2005-06 :first batch of Class XII SC. students took their CBSE AISSC Exam.;
(from 2010 session all the classes from I to IX will be having double section.)
Current strength of Vidyalaya as on 31.10.09 is 792.
Details of previous and new campus :
Previous campus : in NAC Guest house Angul ; poor infrastructure facilities ; congested class rooms , no labs , inadequate toilets , no play grounds of our own
New Campus: 8.86 Acres- large campus -beautiful modern building, spacious class rooms with adequate and suitable furniture and fittings, Science and computer labs ,adequate toilet facility, safe drinking water, temporary play fields (cricket, basket ball, volley ball ) cycle-sheds. An Extension work for the proposed supplementary building, with the main building to increase the number of classrooms, labs etc.
Kendriya Vidyalaya, Sambalpur is one of the oldest KVs of our country and it is one of the first two KVs established in the state of Orissa in the year 1965. It is a pioneer institution run by Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, an autonomous body, under the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Govt. of India. It has been functioning in its own building having a very big attractive campus. It caters to the education needs of the children of transferable Central Govt. employees including defense personnel, State Govt. employees and floating population.
Brief Description Of KV Sambalpur
Date of Opening of KV 1965
Highest Class XII - Science
No of Sanctions sanctioned for each Class
From Class I to IX 4 Sections
From Class X to XI 3 Sections
Class - XII 2 Sections
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
* “To achieve the goal of all round development of the students.”
* To imbibe in students, the feeling of national integration.
* To impart quality and uniform education to the children of transferable Govt. employees.
It is located to the north of Sambalpur town, away from the hustle and bustle of the city life which adds to and provides an ideal academic environment. It is nearly 11/2 km. north of the Khetrajpur Railway Station and 4 Km away from Ainthapali Bus Stand in South - West Direction.
Kendriya Vidyalaya Paradip Port had its inception in 1974. The Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan envisaged it as a great center of learning for the children of the employees of Paradip Port Trust. It is a Project school of Paradip Port Trust.
During its 33 years of educational journey, it has grown in all dimensions with the Senior Secondary Streams of both Science and Commerce. The Vidyalaya is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Through the years the school has expanded not just its opportunities for learning, but also its student population and student accomplishments.
The learning center covers an area of 10 acres campus located in the sprawling Port Township of Paradip Port Trust, in a friendly urban setting. Primary (I to V) and Secondary & Senior Secondary (VI to XII) with two sections each are running in the same campus in two separate buildings. Today KV Paradip Port is a well-established educational institution with a national reputation.
The School has students enrolled from Class I to Class XII. CBSE curriculum is followed. The students are offered the following combinations of subjects:
For Class I & II : English, Hindi & Mathematics
For Class III to V : English, Hindi, Mathematics & Environmental Studies (EVS)
For Class VI to VIII : English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Social Studies & Science
For Class IX & X : English, Hindi or Sanskrit, Mathematics, Social Studies & Science
For XI & XII (Commerce stream) : English-Core, Hindi-Core/Mathematics, Economics, Accountancy & Business Studies
For XI & XII (Science stream) : English-Core, Mathematics/Hindi-Core, Physics, Chemistry & Biology/Computer Science
In addition to the above, due importance has been given on AHPL (Art of Healthy and Productive Living) - which includes : Art, Music, SUPW, Physical & Health Education, Environmental Education & Computer Awareness.
1965, a landmark beginning, when Kendriya Vidyalaya, Puri embarked on its legendary, voyage of victory. Since then, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Puri is an ever expanding & exceptional institution. The school campus captivates visitors at first instance. The eloquent and refined environment pleasingly enchants the onlookers. It is located at on effortless commutable location ideal for academic pursuit in healthy and student friendly atmosphere.
Kendriya Vidyalaya,Puri is one of the Model school of KVS and being in the lap of LORD JAGANNATH it has its own Significance.To add to its decore it has its star mark of being ‘Swarn Jayanti School’.It situated at Talabania,2 kms away from Railway station and Bus stand as well.
The School has classes I to XII having Science stream in the +2 level.The Vidyalaya extends the facilities of Computer Education(from class VI to XII), E-mail and Internet to cope with the 21st century. It has the basket ball court with trained coach to the students.
The school provides all opportunities to every child for his physical,normal and mental development and with this end in view,the ‘House system’ has been introduced.All the co-curricular and sports activities are organized House-wise in the school.The school also provides library and Reading room facilities with a prize collection or books,periodicals,magazines and journals.The school has facilities to develop local craft like pulp toys and terracotta.
Music,Scouts and Guide activities by well trained teachers,medical check-up and follow-up action by doctors of Head quarters hospital,are routine works of the vidyalaya.All the activities are governed directly by the District Magistrate,the chairman of vidyalaya management of committee.
v Mrs. D.Palei, PGT (PHYSICS) received appreciation letter and cash prize from National Science Olympiad Foundation for the popularization of Science &IT and for the best NCO in charge.
v Master Jyoti Ranjan Das of class-VIII A won 3rd position at the National Level Art Competition organized by Bharat Scouts &Guides.
v Master Ankur Samantaray class-XII achieved 14th position at the KVS 5th Junior Math Olympiad, New Delhi.
v Master Antariksh Anupam secured 5th Rank and 126th Rank at the state level and National level Science Olympiad.
v Kendriya Vidyalaya Puri adjudged twice the best school in the district.
v Miss Rahila Parwin, Miss Swagatika Mishra, Miss Preetiparna Das had been selected little Ambassadors by the AAWAM an organization working under ministry of Environment &Forest govt.of India.
v The exhibits of Miss Eliza Tripathy &Silpa Priyadarsini of class VIII & Master Abhijit Rath of class XISc selected for National Science Exhibition to be held in Deheradun.
v Master Dillip Sethy of class-XI, Master Ghasiram Singh class –IXA and Master Shakti Ranjan Pradhan, class -XI have been selected for National Sports Meet to be held in Pune.
v Two exhibits of our Vidyalaya selected for Regional Social Sc exhibition held in KV Berhampur.
v The group song of K.V.Puri got 1st position in cluster level and selected for Regional Science Exhibition.
Army Public School (APS) - Lucknow aims at providing to it's students liberal and enlightened education of world standard. It teaches the children to think for themselves and to take their own decisions. APS offers them all possible facilities and opportunities to develop their personality and innate qualities through a series of activities through a series of activities in games, debates and cultural
Army Public School, Lucknow had it's origin in the form of an Army School which was established in 1981 to meet the educational requirements of army children and to a limited extent, civilian children.
Commencing at the primary level it rapidly grew into a high school in 1984.
With the realisation of the need of providing quality education to meet the modern challenges, it was elevated to the status of Army Public School in 1986.
The school is affiliated to the CBSE which is one of the two recognised and approved all India Boards of Secondary Education.
Computer studies form an integral part of the school curriculum from class IV to class XII. The school has four fully equipped computer labs which are set up for hands-on training on computers. The school participates in inter-school Software Development contests and has been winning prizes regularly.
The school has built up a powerful programme to create interest in science and maths and popularize the same. Every child participates in the programme by studying a topic of his/her choice and presenting the same through study projects, models, charts etc.
In addition to meeting the educational needs of army personnel, the school also considers other students from all over India and abroad, it is a co-educational institution offering boarding facilities to boys as well as girls from class VI to XII.
The school students are divided into four houses which are Dhaulagiri, Kamet, Nanda and Trishul. The house are named after the lofty Himalayan peaks to inspire the students to attain new and great heights.
NCC training is imparted upto class X both for boys and girls(Junior Wing-Army)
Army School Kolkata is one of 115 such schools in the country. It started functioning in kolkata in April 1994 with 7 teachers and 173 students under the aegis of Army Welfare Education Society (AWES), New Delhi. From this modest beginning, the school has grown from strength to strength over the years and today the school is reckoned as one of the biggest Army Schools of the country.In April 2002, the school was upgraded to Army Public School Kolkata, and became the first and the only Army School in the Eastern theatre to be accorded the “Public School” status.The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education and has classes from I to XII. The first batch of class XII appeared for the board examination in March 2001.Our vision is to provide quality education and opportunities to the children of Defence service Personnel at an affordable cost, without any rank or gender bias.At present, the total strength of the school 2000 (approx) students and 77 teachers, this is further backed up by 22 Administrative /Non Vacation staff.The average of class strength is 40.9% and civilian students are 14.1%. The school offers three streams in the Higher Secondary Section viz Science, Commerce and Humanities. Besides Art and Craft, Library, Games, Music and Co-curricular activities form an integral part of the curriculum.
Aim & Objectives
Army Public School, Kolkata was started in April 1994 under the aegis of the Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) to answer the scholastic needs of the children of the Army personnel. This co-educational school is at present affiliated to C.B.S.E. and provides an all round development of the student’s personality. Besides encouraging academic excellence, students are stimulated to develop their creative talents. The ultimate aim is to mould and groom the students into socially aware, morally upright and worthy citizens of India.
Rules & Regulation
Students must imbibe the values of punctuality, regularity, discipline and obedience. Irregular attendance, habitual negligence of students and kind of disobedience or objectionable behaviour may result in the expulsion of the pupil from the school.
Students are expected to have a neat and smart deportment. They must wear the correct school uniform everyday.
Students should obey the House Captains, Vice-Captains, Prefects, class monitors and other students on duty.
Students will have to pay for any damage to school property.
The school is not responsible for the loss of personal belongings.
Private tution by the teachers of the school is strictly prohibited.
It is compulsory for the students to converse and communicate with each other as well as with teachers in English.
It is mandatory for all students to attend the morning assembly. The sanctity and solemnity of the morning assembly must be strictly maintained.
Students who are escorted to school by their guardians or servants should never leave the school premises without the escort. In case of delay, they should stay in the school and wait for the escort.
Parents are to exercise their consent in writing to the school in case they want their wards to participate in excursion/educational tours/picnic etc. organized by the school.
Students are expected to report to school by 7:40.
Habitual unpunctuality will not be tolerated and the guilty students are liable to be fined or sent back home.
Absence of students without prior permission is not tolerated except when the cause is sudden illness or unforeseen circumstances.
A student is expected to maintain at least 85% attendance.
Students will not be allowed a half-day leave for medical reasons or otherwise. Taking extended leave, especially after long vacations, is not allowed. Attendance in the last day and first day before and after long vacations is mandatory.
If due to fever or illness, a child cannot appear for any Unit Test or examination, the school must be informed immediately in writing, along with the medical certificate and other relevant documents.
The school provides well-maintained and state-of-the-art laboratories.
The school is equipped with the senior and junior library to cater to the needs of the students as well as teachers.
The library provides extensive reading and reference materials as listed below:
1. The school library has 10,137 books.
2. 29 magazines, periodicals and newspapers
3. 106 educational cd’s
The two state-of-the-art computer laboratories are availed both by the students and the teachers.
Students learn concepts and theorems through various 3d and 2d objects, abacus, geoboard and other mathematical apparatus and equipments.
This laboratory caters to the growing needs of the students of the humanities stream.
A. House system occupies a prominent position in the field of co-curricular activities. Each student is allotted a particular house during his/her stay in the school.
B. The school is divided into 4 houses viz. (a) Bhabha (blue) (b) Bose (red) (c) Khurana (yellow) (d) Raman (green).
C. To involve the students in the smooth running of the school, each house is put on weekly duty by rotation.
The house-on-duty has to carry out the following duties
A. Conducting the Morning Assembly.
B. Duty at the school gate for checking the late comers and students not wearing proper school uniform.
C. Looking into the cleanliness of the school.
D. Making arrangement for co-curricular activities.
E. Each house elects six office bearers for the smooth running of various co-curricular activities and daily assignments. The office bearers are the captain, vice-captain and four prefects.
Army public school is primarily catering towards the education of the children of army personnel. No ward of in-service army personnel coming on transfer to Kolkata is denied admission, subject to the stipulation laid down by C.B.S.E for classes XI and XII. The strength of civilian students in classes I to X will not exceed 20%of the total strength. However, this rate may be increased for classes XI and XII.students applying for admission with a valid record and transfer certificate from other army schools will not have to appear for admission test. All other students will have to appear for an admission test. Parents willing to withdraw their ward from the school must apply for a transfer certificate on a prescribed form available at the school office on a payment of a fee of Rs.10/- and a one month notice period in advance.
1. Class VIto X
English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Science & Technology, Social Science, Environmental Science, Computer, Art & Craft
2. Class XI – XII
The following are the subjects offered
i Science: English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biotechnology, Biology, Computer Sc., Physical Sc., Hindi
ii Humanities: English, Hindi, Mathematics, Political Sc., Economics, Geography, Computer Sc., Physical Education
iii Commerce: English, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Mathematics, Computer Sc., Physical Education, Entrepreneurship
Army School, Mumbai is a public school located in Colaba, Mumbai. It is run under Indian Army supervision and is part of the Army Public School network.
15 January 1980 was a red letter day in the history of the Indian Army when the then Chief Of Army Staff announced the involvement of the Army to promote education for the wards of Army Personnel.
Army Welfare Education Organisation was created and was registered as AWES under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 on 29 April 1983. Army Welfare Education Society is a non profit welfare organisation.
Army School is an English Medium, Co-educational institution affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi.
The Vision of Army Welfare Education Society is ‘Quality Education at Affordable Cost’. To ensure a holistic development of the Child Army Welfare Education Society has launched a series of initiatives. These are:
Computer Aided Learning
Tutorials using satellite technology through V-SAT (50 Schools)
English Bridge Course for the first generation learners
Managing the challenges of Adolescence
Herbal Gardens in every school for awareness of medicinal plants
Faculty Enrichment Programmes to include English Language Teaching
Games, sports, hobby centers and activity clubs
Life saving skills
The wards of serving Army Personnel may seek admission anytime of the year.
Defence personnel from Navy, Airforce, Ex-Servicemen etc. will be given preference over civilians.
20% admission may be given to civilian children, if vacancy exists.
A well equipped computer centre which is extensively used by all the students and departments apart from prescribed syllabus.
It is an extremely busy hub in the school equipped with LCD Projector, Scanner, Printer, T V and many educational CD’s, slides and cassettes.
A store house of knowledge which has a good collection of Reference books, CD’s, magazines and newspapers. It is well stocked with a complete range of Reading material to meet the requirement of the syllabi as well as for entertainment.
Well maintained laboratories of Physics, Chemistry and Biology enable the students to overcome the fear of the subject and enjoy its power of application.
The School has a small auditorium to conduct the Workshops, Seminars, Talks And Competitions which are organised frequently.
We have a huge play field where students are trained to play various games. Extra coaching is given to the students with potential in field of sports. Special emphasis on all round development of the child.
The School also provides bus facility to the students .
The Army Public School, Pune was established in June 1988 at Dighi, Pune to give high standard Public School type of education at a reasonable cost, to the children of defence personnel.
On 01 April 1997, it was shifted from Dighi to its present location at Southern Command, opposite the race course in a lush green surroundings with ample open space where students can interact with nature. The School has two wings -Junior Wing and Senior Wing.
The Army Public School is a school in Pune, Maharashtra, India. It's main entrance is located on Vishwamitra Marg in Pune Cantonment near the Southern Command Signal Regiment and Pune Race course.
The school was founded in June 1988 in Dighi, a suburb of Pune. It was shifted to its current location in April 1997.
It is divided into two wings:
Junior Wing (Classes I to III)
Senior Wing (Classes IV to XII).
It is in the vicinity of the residential complexes of Victoria Road,Gurudwara Road,KG Lines and Parade Ground Road.
The school is controlled by the Army Welfare Education Society(AWES). The school follows the CBSE Board of Education in India. The school has three science laboratories, three computer laboratories, three music rooms (one for Indian music, the other for western music), an art room, three audio visual rooms and an exclusive computer room for teacher training. In addition to these the school has a multipurpose auditorium, a library, a basketball court, a football field, 3 volleyball courts, a cricket pitch and Table Tennis facilities. The school has two choirs and is prominent in quizzing events in the city.
The school publishes a monthly newsletter, 'Creativity.com', which highlights all school activities and a yearly magazine, Images, where student and teacher contributions are published.
The school conducts workshops for its students. Students in higher grades are given career guidance and informed about career choices.
The Army Public School Dagshai nestling atop the Dagshai Hills was the brain child of Lt. Gen K Sunderji PVSM, GOC-in-C, Western Command and Lt. Gen. Ranjit Singh Dayal, PVSM, MVC, COS, Western Command and became a reality on 01st June 1986..
A co-educational residential school, the Army Public School, Dagshai is affiliated to the CBSE, New Delhi and is a member of the Indian Public Schools' Conference (IPSC). It is the first institution of its kind, which was setup by the Army with the specific aim to provide quality education to the children of the Army Personnel.
The APS Dagshai is amongst the best-equipped residential schools in India. The educational objectives and the methodology of teaching are entirely different and it focuses on learner oriented education, value based and with stress on developing life skills, thus giving it a holistic dimension.
The general thrust of school is: learning by doing, discipline and decorum, healthy student-teacher relationship and sensitizing the individual on vital human concerns.
The school has rich resource reservoirs as regular teacher empowerment programs and students enrichment programs are organized throughout the year.
Dedicated and committed teamwork of the staff is evident and we are fully aware of our tremendous responsibilities. We in this prestigious and dynamic institution are committed to forge ahead towards a future where there is equal space for the latest technology as well as the basic human values and rich culture.
The Army Public School Dagshai was founded on 1st June 1986 under the aegis of Headquarters Western Command of Indian Army in order to provide quality education on public school lines to the talented wards of defense personnel and civilians. The school admits boys and girls as boarders and day-scholars from class V to class XII. A co-educational residential English medium school, affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) New Delhi, APS, Dagshai is a member of the Indian Public Schools Conference (IPSC). It is the only institution of its kind set up by the Army with the specific aim to provide quality education to children of the Armed Forces. Some seats have been reserved for civilians and NRIs as well. The Army Public School, Dagshai is a living dream of many visionaries who have right from its inception nurtured, moulded, nourished and directed it with great care and painstaking efforts. The hard work, the dedication and the unflinching loyalty of the staff and students make it a lovable and a memorable place.
The school campus covers an area of approximately 40 acres. The main academic and administrative buildings of the school form a hollow square with offices on one side. The classrooms are designed to accommodate 32 to 35 students. State of the art computer and science laboratories are housed in spacious and well-designed large rooms. A well-stocked library-cum-reading serves as a haunt for those who crave for intellectual nourishment and information of all kind. The expansive campus, a large playing field and the beautiful school buildings provide an environment, which is aesthetically pleasing and conducive to both work and play. The residential wing houses boys and girls comfortably in separate buildings. Girls' dormitories, along with common rooms, are located in a healthy and serene environment with proper security arrangements. The refectory with attached kitchen is equipped with modern cooking facilities.
The school campus covers an area of approximately 40 acres. The main academic and administrative buildings of the school form a hollow square with offices on one side. The classrooms are designed to accommodate 35 to 40 students. State of the art computer and science laboratories are housed in spacious and well-designed large rooms. A well-stocked library-cum-reading serves as a haunt for those who crave for intellectual nourishment and information of all kind. The expansive campus, a large playing field and the beautiful school buildings provide an environment, which is aesthetically pleasing and conducive to both work and play. The residential wing houses boys and girls comfortably in separate buildings. Girls' dormitories, along with common rooms, are located in a healthy and serene environment with proper security arrangements. The refectory with attached kitchen is equipped with modern cooking facilities.
The school is conceived and maintained as a happy and harmonious blending of the best in Public Schools' traditions, with following objectives:
(a) To provide broad based and relevant education, which should culminate in the attainment of the fullest natural growth of the individual leading to a balanced harmonious, useful and natural life.
(b) To rear conscientious and responsible citizens with a healthy desire for knowledge, adventure and exploration.
Admission are on the basis of a written entrance test taken on third Sunday of February at various centres. No child can appear in the test unless he/she has been registered.
The last date of registration for admission to classes V,VI,VII is 31st December of the previous year & for rest of the classes is February end.
The school prospectus with application form for registration and one set of sample question papers can be obtained by sending Rs 300/- by Cash/IPO/Bank Draft Payable at Dagshai or Chandigarh. The lowest class in the school is class V. The school is run primarily for the children of serving Army Personnel at subsidised expenditure. Some seats are offered to the children of war widows and ex-servicemen also. All other categories are treated as civilians.
The syllabi provided in the school prospectus are for admission to classes V, VI and VII because our normal entry points are classes V, VI and VII. For class VIII and above, it depends upon the chance vacancies arising due to withdrawals etc at the time of admissions. Registration for classes V to VII is open through out the year. Admissions to these classes are done on the basis of the performance in the Entrance Test.
Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) is a registered body under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 vide Registrar of Societies Delhi Administration, Delhi, Certificate No S/13459 dated 29 Apr 83 for the purpose of establishing and running Army Public Schools, Army Public Schools at stations recommended by Commands and vocational colleges/institutions.
Army Public School, Morar Cantt Gwalior was raised on 01 Apr 1994 under Station Headquarters, Gwalior. Initially the school was upto class VIII. Subsequently it has been upgraded up to class XII (Science, Commerce and Humanities stream). The sanction of CBSE upto class XII has been granted. The school was allotted with code number 10399 under CBSE authorities. New affiliation No allotted by CBSE is 1030072.
In near future the school's infrastacture will be enriched with a huge capacity Stadium & a Swimming Pool. The management is also willing to provide the boarding facilities to the students for which constraction of Hostel & Mess is under planning.
To provide high quality education for all students.
To provide an academic programme that will require a disciplined approach to the subject matter and to the acquisition of skills, that will engage the interest of students and arouse their intellectual curiosity.
To provide a varied programme of games, cultural activities that will promote the skills and confidence of individual students, enrich the life of the school and create interest for life.
To help students establish for themselves a set of convictions and belives.
To continue to provide best conditions and resources for learning and teaching that will enable students to make the most of their time at Army Public School.
Admission Rules & Procedure
Fresh admission can be made in the school throughout the session.
Admission to children of serving Army personnel coming on transfer from out station can be made at anytime during the year and they will not be denied admission, subject, however to the stipulation laid down by the CBSE in Classes IX-XII. Admission of civilian children to Army Public Schools should not be at the cose of service children, the latter will never be refused admission. Strength of civilian children should not exceed 20% (inclusive of NRI children) of the overall strength in a class after admitting all Army children and also catering for their mid session admissions. However, percentage of civilian children may be increased as elaborated only after ensuring 100% admission of Army children with a few reserved seats for them for mid-session admissions.
Documents Required for Admission
SERVING DEFENCE PERSONNEL
Photocopy of part II order.
Counter signed TC
Report card of previous class
Current serving certificate from the unit
Counter signed TC
Report card of previous class
Photocopy of discharge book
MES / PERSONNEL PAID OUT OF DEFENCE ESTIMATES
Counter signed TC
Report card of previous class
Latest pay slips
Report card of previous class
Counter signed TC
Priorities of Admission
Children of serving Army personnel (including DSC), children of Army Widows and children of those TA personnel who have a minimum of 10 years embodied service.
Children of Army Ex-servicemen, DSC pers Retd with Pension from DSC.
Children of serving Air Force and Naval personnel.
Children of retired Air Force and Naval personnel.
Children of civilians paid out of Defence Estimates, Para Military Forces including Coast Guard, MES, Gref, TA (when not embodied).
Grand children of serving / retired Army personnel.
Following category of children will be admitted based on Transfer Certificate (TC) from previous school, without an admission test :
Children who are coming on Pass / promoted TC from another APS / Army Public School / KV between the period 01 Apr to 31 Jul.
Children who have studied for 10 academic months in another APS / Army Public School / KV and are seeking admission after 31 Jul.
An evaluation test may be taken in respect of these children to facilitate another academic coaching and allocation and allocation of sections. However such an evaluation test will not be treated as admission test and child entitled lateral admission will be allowed to attend classes within 48 hours of reporting to the school.
TC from other School
The District Education Officer of the District in which the school is located shall endorse TC in respect of candidates coming from schools other than APS/Army Public School/KVs. The endorsement should clearly indicate whether it is recognized school.
Admission to Class XI
The minimum percentages for different streams for admission to class XI are given below. Meeting the eligibility criteria on account of minimum percentages does not, however, guarantee admission. Admission will depent on relative merit and availability of seats. No special weightage will be given for any stream to any student..
Admission without Transfer Certificate
Direct admission i.e. admission without a transfer certificate shall be made only up to class VI. If a pupil, who has not previously attended any recognised school, applies for admission to any one of the Classes II to VI, his parent of guardian shall be required to give full history of his previous education and submit an affidavit to the effect that his ward has not attended any recognised school till then. He/she shall also be in the class to which admission is sought, the head of the school shall arrange a special test to determine the suitability of the pupil for admission to the class. Admission shall be granted if the pupil passes in the special test. If the parent or guardian's statement under this clause is found educational career, the head of the school shall cancel the admission and report the matter to the Education authorities of the school shall cancel the admission and report the matter to the Education authorities of the district for circulation of the information to other schools. The name of the pupil will be struck off the rool of the school.
A people coming from a recognised school or a Kendriya Vidyalaya or Army Public School, shall not be admitted to a class higher than the one in which he/she was studying at his former school except in the case of those who have successfully passed the annual examination and have been promoted to a higher class.
Though the requirement of the Central Board of Secondary Education that the All Indian secondary Examination shall be open to people who have interalia attained the age of 15 years on 30th September of the year in which they take the examination has been abolished with effect from the examination of 1983, the age of admission to various classes in Army Public School, however, shall be regulated as indicated below :
to Class The student should complete the under-mentioned years of age
on 01 April of the year in which admission is sought
I 5 Years
II 6 Years
III 7 Years
IV 8 Years
V 9 Years
VI 10 Years
VII 11 Years
VIII 12 Years
IX 13 Years
X 14 Years
Change in Date of Birth
Once recorded in the school scholar register, change in the date of birth will not normally be accepted, except where overwhelming documentary evidence exists and where a genuine mistake has been committed.
Infrastructure & Facilities
The school has a Physics Lab, a Chemistry Lab and a Bio Lab. The labs are fully equipped with all accessories and apparatus including gas connection with extended pipe lines.
1 Lab 1 (Fully AC) (New School Building) Equipped with 20 computers with Internet facility
2 Lab 2 (New School Building) Equipped with 20 computers with internet facility.
3 Lab 3 (Fully AC) (Old School Building) Equipped with 14 computers.