First nursery admission list today

| | New Delhi

The first list of candidates for admission to the nursery in nearly 1,700 private schools in Delhi is slated to come out on Thursday.

A waiting list of candidates will also be released in order to fill in the left over seats after admissions according to the first list. For the vacant seats those candidates whose name surfaced in the waiting list would be considered. Parents are advised to see the first list at the notice boards and on the websites of the respective schools.

The private schools have released the first list of candidates based on the evaluation over 100 points. A draw would be made in case if the candidates scoring similar points are more in number than the number of available seats. Three days following the oust of first list have been reserved for parents to approach schools to clear their doubts and queries. The parents can reach out to schools with their queries and doubt via email, letters or can personally approach school administration.



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