Patna schools begin online admission process for next academic session | Education

Majority of city-based distinguished schools are set to start online process for taking admission in nursery lessons this month. Despite the concern of recent Covid-19 variant, dad and mom within the state capital are leaving no stone unturned for getting the wards into the perfect schools.

St Michael’s High School will launch online admission type for LKG lessons on its official web site on December 7.

“Admission forms will be available at our website from December 7 to December 13. The cost of admission form is 800. Admission in LKG class will be taken on 240 seats. We have uploaded the list of required documents and usual manual for filling online admission form for the convenience of parents. Selection of candidates will be done by a committee using a random method”, stated Fr Armstrong Edision, principal of the varsity.

At Maryward Kindergarten School, admission particulars shall be introduced on Monday whereas St Xavier’s High School is about to start online registration from December 12.

The faculty’s principal Fr A Christu Savarirajan, stated, “Online applications will be available from December 12 to December 31. Admission will be taken on 210 seats.”

Similarly, Don Bosco Primary School would begin online admission process on December 16.

“The preliminary application forms will be available on the school website on payment of 1000. We have 320 seats in LKG. List of required documents have been uploaded on the website”, stated Mary Alphonso, principal of Don Bosco High School.

Other schools like Notre Dame Academy, St Karen’s High School, DAV Public School and Baldwin Academy are prone to start admission process in December-end and January.

Meanwhile, dad and mom stated they’ve began preparation for their ward’s admission in nursery lessons.

Namita Sharma, mom of a 4-year-old, stated, “Many parents dream to get their children admitted in convent schools. I have already applied for acquiring birth certificate of my daughter. I am teaching her basic etiquettes, alphabets, numbers and rhymes so that she performs well on interaction day. However, the rising case of Covid-19 has increased my worries.”

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