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Admissions Procedure

Parents / Guardians seeking Admission for their son /daughter/ward are asked to obtain the Prospectus and Application for enrolment at the office against a payment of Rs.500/- (Rupees Five Hundred only) for Classes Pre-KG to Class X and Rs.750/- for Classes XI & XII either by Cash or Demand Draft drawn in favour of St. John’s Rajakumar Education and Research Trust.

 Parents / Guardians are requested to go through the Prospectus in detail to know the school. If satisfied with the Curriculum, System, Norms, Rules and Regulations and if keen to enroll their ward(s) are asked to submit the duly filled-in and completed Application Form to the office alongwith the Registration Fee of Rs.1000/- (One Thousand Rupees only) payable either by Cash or by DD drawn in favour of St. John’s Rajakumar Education and Research Trust.

 The Application if found in order with all details provided will be accepted / registered and will be assigned a Registration Number, which should be quoted in all further correspondence. Generally, the school provides 7 days of time to submit the duly filled-in-application. Parents who may seek 15 days of time, will be allowed, if the reason is found to be genuine and reasonable.

 General Instruction for filling the Application

All the columns should be filled in; and all the details called for should be provided by the signing authorities - Parents / Guardians.

  1. 2 Recently taken Passport size Photograph (1 to be pasted and 1 to be brought along) of the ward should be affixed on the application form in the space provided.
  2. Photostat copies of the following documents, duly attested by a Notary Public / Gazetted Officer should be submitted alongwith the application.

                        • Birth Certificate – Corporation / Municipality / Hospital.

                        • Community Certificate (If applicable for the ward).       

                         • Bonafide certificate from the studied school.

                        •  Address Proof.       

                        • Applicant’s Statement of Marks pertaining to

  1. Half-yearly Examination / Second Terminal Examination / SA I (Summative Assessment 1) duly signed by Class Teacher / Headmistress / Headmaster / Principal of the school, where he/ she is presently studying.
  2. The Application should be signed both by the Father and the Mother. If anyone of them is not available / not eligible to sign, the necessary legal documents are to be provided.

                        • Death Certificate, if not alive.

                        • Divorce Certificate, if separated.

                        • Legal Guardianship Certificate, as applicable.

  1. Addresses, both Communicative Address / Temporary Address and Permanent Address (if found different) should be clearly filled-in.
  2. The details given in the filled-in application form should be absolutely correct in all aspects. Any discrepancy and false information will render the application liable to be rejected.
  3. Registration Fee is to be paid by Cash or by Demand Draft.
  4. Foreigners, Non-Resident Indians (NRI’s) and Indian Students holding Passport should submit a Photostat Copy of the Passport too.

Selection Procedure

The academic council headed by the Correspondent, will consider each Application on the basis of the data / information / details furnished in the application form and offer admission to the student …to the class for which the application is meant.

Procuring a set of Application & Prospectus or Registering the duly filled-in Application cannot be claimed as a right for admission in to the class as the Enrolment will be finalized based on the following:

 • Age Criteria & Availability of seats

• Accommodation Capacity of the school

• Proper Documentation of required enclosures

• Entrance Examination; Class IV to X entry - Testing the ability of student

   pertaining to the current class in English, Maths & General Science

• Academic Performance in the previous class

Please note that the number of Applications issued will be always more than the number of seats available / number of Vacancies expected as the number of applicants who will register the applications for admission and also the Number of Selected Candidates who will dis-honour our Provisional Admission are unpredictable.

 Admission Intimation

The provisionally selected candidates will be informed by Post / Courier / Mail and also by e-mail. It is the responsibility of the parent to give the correct postal address and e-mail ID for proper communication. If not in receipt of admission intimation, parents can also check with the admission office, the status of their application over phone / in-person. 

 Confirmation of Admission

Parents whose wards are selected and offered Admission should confirm the acceptance of the seat within the stipulated date mentioned in the Provisional Admission letter by remitting the following:

1.  The Initial Fee as notified in the Provisional Admission Letter.

2.  By submitting the Parent Declaration mentioning that the Transfer Certificate (School Leaving Certificate) from the school the ward is studying at present have to be submitted on or before 30th May.

3.  Birth Certificate (in original) / photocopy, attested by Notary Public, if not submitted alongwith the application.

4.  Bonafide Certificate from the school the student is studying at present. (Class I to Class XI only).

5.  Address Proof Certificate – Photocopy of Voter ID / Ration Card / Passport of Father/Mother.

6.  Second Term Performance Certificate / Mark Sheet from the school the child is studying at present.