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Schools in Chandani Chowk, Delhi
1. Commercial Sr. Secondary School
24, Darya Ganj
New Delhi – 110 002
About – The school is till class 12th.
2. Crescent School
New Delhi – 110 002
3. Happy School
Padam Chand Marg,
Opposite Employment Exchange,
New Delhi – 110 002
Review of HappySchool – Happy School, situated in Darya Ganj is a public co-ed school, the first co-ed school in Delhi, established by Late Shri Padam Chand Ji.
The motto of the institute: “To grow physically, mentally, emotionally and intellectually the child must essentially be happy.” – Shri Padam Chand(Founder)
The School aims to mould its students into complete individuals so that they can explore new horizons, fathom new depths and carve a niche for themselves in the world. Currently, the Principal of the school is Mrs. Geeta Arora.
Admission Fee For Happy School, Delhi– for Pre Nursery – 20010-2011 session:
The details of fees are given here under :-
1. Admission Fee : Rs. 200.00
2. Caution Money : Rs. 500.00 (Refundable)
3. Tuition Fee for April to June,10 : Rs.4500.00
@ Rs.1500/- per month
4. Bulletin Charges : Rs. 100.00 (Annual)
5. Activity Charges : Rs.3000.00 (Annual)
6. Development Charges : Rs.1000.00 (Annual)
7. Orientation Fee : Rs.2000.00 (One time charge at the time of
————– admission only)
Total : Rs.11300.00
Admission Procedure For Happy School:
Commencement of admission process – 15.12.2009
Commencement of availability of admission application forms – 15.12.2009
Last date for receipt of applications – 15.01.2010
Scrutiny of applications – upto 30.01.2010
Publication of 1st list of selected children (plus 2nd /waiting list)- 01.02.2010
Publication of 3rd list of selected children (if any) – 28.02.2010
Publication of 4th list of selected children (if any) – 15.03.2010
Closure of admissions – 31.03.2010
Minimum age 3+ as on 31-03-2010.
Note : Incorrect/ Incomplete form is liable to be rejected.
Activities and Facilities
Anand Utsav : Annual Arts and Cultural festival
Educational trips , picnics and tours
Exchange programmes viz. JENESYS
Badminton, Table Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, Handball, Throwball, Cricket and many more activities are available here.
Music Room & Dance
Toy Room, Play Ground
Schools In Connaught Place, Delhi
New Delhi – 110003
Review of Air Force Bal Bharti: Air Force Bal Bharati School (AFBBS) estb. 1955, is a senior secondary school situated on Lodi Road, New Delhi, and run by the Indian Air Force Educational and Cultural Society and is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
The school has an auditorium, library, sick bay, hostel, canteen, science lab, canteen, computer and CAL lab, music and art block, audio-visual room, sports complex and transport.
Additional facility – In order to facilitate the students and staffs of the school a bank on the name of Bank of Baroda (Extn. Counter) is available inside the school premises.
Admission Details: The primary aim of the school is to cater to the educational needs of children of Air Force Personnel. Therefore the priority of admissions is given to Air Force children. However, there are a reasonable number of seats available for admission of Non Air Force (NAF) Category as well, in UKG (entry level). For UKG:
a) Registration takes place in Dec.-Jan. for the next Academic Session.
b) The Minimum age for Admission to KG is 4 + as on 31st March of the Year of Admission.
c) The Admission Process is based on Policies and Guidelines issued by the Govt. of NCT Delhi.
For Classes I-X, NAF category admissions are done subject to availability of Seats. Registration takes place in Mar/April. Admission is made on the basis of an Entrance Test and completion of other formalities, such as furnishing of Transfer Certificate and Mark-sheet from the previous School.
For Class XI, the priority of admission is as follows:
(a) Students of AFBBS
(b) AF Children from other schools
(c) NAF children from other Schools.
Registration for Students other than AFBBS students is carried out within 10 Days of the declaration of Class X Results by CBSE.
All admissions are completed on or before 31 Jul. In exceptional cases, where Central Govt. Employees with transferrable service, arrive on posting to Delhi after 31 Jul of a year, admission may be considered with prior approval of competent authority, subject to availability of vacancies.
All admission related queries are handled by the Chairman Managing Committee office at Subroto Park, New Delhi –10.
Barakhamba Road, Connaught Place
New Delhi – 110001
Review of ModernSchool:
The Modern School, commonly known as Modern, is a co-educational private school in New Delhi, India. It was founded in 1920 by Lala Raghubir Singh and Sir Sobha Singh.
It is the first private school established in Delhi under the British Raj. It has a sprawling 27-acre (110,000 m2) campus on Barakhamba Road, near Connaught Place. The Junior School, also known as Raghubir Singh Junior Modern School, is located on Humayun Road. There is also a sister campus in Vasant Vihar.
It has a very long list of distinguished former pupils, including former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and is often described as the most famous private school in India.
Admission & Fees Structure of ModernSchool
All students of class 5th of R.S.Junior Modern School, Humayun Road, New Delhi (the junior wing of our school) routinely get admitted in class 6th in our school. Apart from this, we admit students in classes from 6th to 9th and 11th depending on the number of vacancies available.
Classes 6th to 9th
For getting admission in classes from 6th to 9th the applicants should apply in the last week of February through an application addressed to the Principal, clearly mentioning whether the admission is sought as a DAY SCHOLAR or BOARDER, with details of the child’s academic performance and his/her achievements in the field of sports and co-curricular activities. A copy of result of the previous class must be attached.
An entrance examination is conducted normally in the second or third week of March and the candidates are tested in the subjects of English, Mathematics, Science and Hindi. Although the date and time of the examination can be checked from the school’s reception over phone, it is suggested to come personally and ensure that your child’s name appears in the list of registered candidates for examination, put up at the gates. The candidates who qualify the written examination are called for an interview and they must be accompanied by both the parents. The list for the selected candidates for admission is put up at the reception/gates and the parents are advised to pay the fee and complete the admission formalities by a given date. The information will be available on our school’s website as well.
For getting admission in class 11, the applicants should apply immediately after the class 10th results for the CBSE/ISCE are declared. The applicants should fill the application form available at school’s reception, mentioning whether the admission is sought as a DAY SCHOLAR or BOARDER, with details of the stream required i.e. science, commerce or humanities, with the subject combinations, and must attach his/her class 10th mark sheet/print out of his/her result available at the CBSE’s site, duly attested by the principle. After scrutiny of applications, list of short listed candidates is is put up at the school’s reception/gates, informing the date and time of interviews and the candidate must attend the interview along with both the parents.
The list of selected candidates for admission is put up at the reception/gates and the parents are advised to complete the admission formalities and pay fees by a given date. This information will be available on our school’s website as well.
As a matter of school’s policy, no admission is done in class 10th and 12th.
Notable alumni of ModernSchool, Barakhamba Road:
Indira Gandhi — former Prime Minister of India
Priyanka Gandhi — daughter of Rajiv Gandhi and granddaughter of Indira Gandhi
Varun Gandhi — politician, grandson of Indira Gandhi
Sandeep Dikshit — Member of Parliament
Arun Shourie — journalist, author and politician
Gopal Krishna Gandhi — Governor, West Bengal and Bihar
Rachna Khanna — Republican candidate for S Windsor Council, USA
Daniel Chopra — golfer
Gaurav Ghei — golfer
Viraj Gadhoke – golfer
Naman Dawar — golfer
Gautam Gambhir — cricketer
Hasan Zaheer — International luge, selected for Winter Olympics
Kirti Azad — cricketer
Shiv Kapur — golfer
Tania Sachdev — chess Grandmaster
Samresh Jung- shooter, CWG (Aus.)-6 gold medals
Siddharth Bhardwaj,a VJ on MTV & winner of MTV Splitsvilla 2
Abhinav Chaturvedi — actor
Amjad Ali Khan — musician and composer
Amaan Ali Khan — musician and composer
Ayaan Ali Khan — musician and composer
Abhishek Bachchan – actor
Amrita Singh — actress
Barkha Dutt — TV journalist
Gauri Khan — film producer, model and wife of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan
Shekhar Kapur — film director and producer
Saba Hasan – artist
Yamini Reddy — Kuchipudi dancer
Khushwant Singh — author and journalist
Amitava Kumar — author and critic
Madhup Mudgal — Indian classical vocalist
Shiv Khera— motivational speaker
Ekta Chaudhary — Miss India Universe 2009
Air Chief Marshal S.K. Mehra— Chief of the Air Staff (India) from 1988–91
Air Chief Marshal P.C. Lall
Colonel Sonam Wangchuk, MVC — Maha Vir Chakra recipient
Lieutenant General Shankar Prasad
Major General Virender Singh
Flt. Lt. S.K. Dang
Lieutenant General Vijai Oberoi, PVSM, AVSM, SM
Kamalesh Sharma – Secretary General of the Commonwealth of Nations, High Commissioner of India in UK
Bhupinder Nath Kirpal Chief Justice of India
Mukul Mudgul, Chief Justice, Punjab & Haryana High Court
HH Maharaja Manujendra Shah Sahib Bahadur — 7th Maharaja of Tehri-Garhwal
Bhagwant Singh – First Student
Naresh Trehan— cardiac surgeon
Rajat Gupta — former Managing Director, McKinsey & Company
Rakesh Soni – Chief Operating Officer at Mahindra Satyam
Rakesh Kapoor — Executive Vice President, Category Development at Reckitt Benckiser
Dr Sunil Mittal — psychiatrist
Vijay Khanna — venture capitalist
Vivek Bhandari— Golfer
Sidharth Mishra – Head, A4e India
Ashwajit Singh — Policy Advisor and Development Sector Expert
Yogesh Aggarwal- Chairman Amorphos Inc.
Schools in Karol Bagh, Delhi
- BalBharatiPublic School
Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Marg
New Delhi-110 060
Branches: Pitampura, Rohini, Dwarka, Noida, Ghaziabad
Review of BalBhartiSchool: Close to Rajender Nagar, it stands between two major landmarks namely Ganga Ram Hospital on one side and the Janki Devi Mahavidyalaya on the other.
Admission: 1st Week of October, Age: 3.5 years to 4.5 years as on 1st April of the subsequent year.
Bal Bharati Public School (BBPS) ranks high among the premier progressive schools in the country. An eminent philanthropist, the Late Padma Vibhushan Lala Hansraj Gupta along with his fellow luminaries founded the parent body, the Child Education Society. His dream of establishing an educational institution was realized when Bal Bharati Public School came into existence more than six decades ago. The school spread over 6 acres (24,000 m2) of prime land, is housed in two wings one at Pitampura and the other at Ganga Ram Hospital Marg. It is today one of the most distinguished members of the child Education Society and has played a pivotal role in setting up other Bal Bharati Schools at the national level.
The phenomenal success and the high growth trajectory that Bal Bharati has displayed in recent times can be largely attributed to the sagacious and inspiring leadership of Mr. K. K. Khullar, President, Child Education Society and Chairman of the school.
ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO PRESCHOOL (Montessori I), in Bal Bharti
3+ years of age as on 1st April, 2010.
Seats are reserved for EWS (Economically Weaker Sections) as per rules.
Eligible candidates for EWS may apply on forms available at the school counter.
As per the schedule given by DoE registration for admission to pre school class for the session 2010-11 will remain open from 15th December’09 till 30th December’09. Those who have already registered need not register afresh.
The forms under EWS category can be collected from the school reception between 8:30 am to 11:00 am, on submission of proof of Income , issued by a Sub Divisional Magistrate of the area concerned.
As desired by the Directorate of Education, National Capital Territory of Delhi, the list of selected candidates for admission to Pre-School class will be put up on 1st February 2010.
CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION to BalBhartiSchool
A) Points will be allocated to the applicants on the basis of following criteria :
|I. Neighbourhood (Distance in Kms)||20|
|i. Neighbourhood 0-3||20|
|ii. > 3 upto 5||16|
|iii. > 5 upto 7||12|
|II. Parents’ Qualification||Father||Mother||30|
|i. Indian Civil / Defence Services Officers and professionals such as Doctors/ Engineers/ CA’s / IIT / IIM graduates, University Faculty Members and equivalent.||15||15|
|ii. Post Graduate||12||12|
|iv. Senior Secondary||8||8|
|v. Class – X||6||6|
|III. Old Parents (case of sibling)||10|
|IV.First born child of Parent||10|
|V. Parents who are old students of the School||5||5||10|
|V. Children with special needs||5|
|VI. Girl Child||5|
|VII. Children of Bal Bharati Group of schools||10|
B) Number of seats in BalBhartiSchool
|Total number of seats||368|
|20 % Management Quota||74|
|EWS(Economically weaker Section) 10% + 5% Staff i.e. Total 15%||55|
|Total number of seats for General Category||239|
DOCUMENTS TO BE ATTACHED WITH APPLICATION FORM TO BE FILLED IN BY THE SELECTED STUDENTS:
1. Photocopy of Municipal Birth certificate of the child.
2. Photocopy of proof of Residence e.g. Ration Card / Electricity Bill / Passport / Voter I- Card/ House Tax Receipt in the name of either of the parent.
3. Recent passport size coloured photograph of the child to be affixed on the form.
4. Proof of the parent being an old student of BBPS, Ganga Ram Marg i.e. Photocopy of Class XII / X SLC with minimum of 5 years stay in the school.
5. Proof of sibling (real brother or sister only) studying in BBPS, GRH Marg / Pusa Road Campus i.e. photocopy of the latest fee receipt.
6. Photoco;py of documents relating to both Parents’ Educational Qualification.
7. Certificate of proof of Income from Sub Divisional Magistrate of the area concerned (for EWS category only).
- SalwanPublic School
Address: Rajinder Nagar
New Delhi – 110060
Email – email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org
Review of SalwanPublic School: Salwan Public School is a public school in Rajender Nagar in Delhi, India. It was established in 1953 by Pandit Girdhari Lal Salwan. The school holds classes in two sessions, morning and afternoon. The current principal of the school is Mrs. Vandana Puri and Mrs. Rima C. Ailawadi of morning and afternoon shifts respectively. It is a well established school and has various activities for not only academic but all round development.
SCHOOL AT A GLANCE
School Type : Co-educational (Founded in 1953)
Board : CBSE
Campus area : Ten acres
Standard : Class I to Class XII
Student Strength : +2000
Teacher-Student ratio : 1:16
Academic Year : April to March
Winter Holidays : 3RD JAN. 2011 TO 7TH JAN. 2011
Summer Holidays : 21ST MAY 2010 TO 30TH JUNE 2010
Eligibility For Admission In Salwan Public School: 3 1/2 year as on 1st April. The Registration process starts in the last week of October. Prospectus and the Registration forms can be obtained in November.
Address: R-Block, New Rajinder Nagar
New Delhi-110 060
Review of ManavSthaliSchool:
Manav Sthali School is a public school in New Delhi, India. It is a branch of the Bhatnagar International School. The school has facilities for sports such as horse riding, roller skating, athletics, table tennis, yoga, and swimming.
The school was founded in 1957 by Dr. V.K. Bhatnagar. As School chairman, he introduced various schemes to promote games beginning at the age of 5.
Gracy Singh – actress
Vikram Bhatnagar – shooter
For Online Admission pls click – http://e-admissionforms.com/app/instructions.php?id=poeh
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Chandigarh, July 31
Municipal Corporation once again faced an embarrassing situation today due to its lackadaisical attitude in dealing with dog bite cases in the city.
Area councillor of Sector 38 Arun Sood paraded three out of eight children, who were bitten by a dog yesterday, on the floor of the House today. Clueless about the proceedings of the House, three-year-old Diya, five-year-old Lovish and 10-year-old Bhanu entered the House to show their wounds to the officials and councillors when the issue of the dog menace was taken up.
Narrating the incident, Sood said that yesterday when the children were returning home after school a dog attacked them. The incident took place at Sector 38. Despite the efforts of the passersby to save them, the dog managed bite them. After complaining about the incident the corporation staff caught the dog. However, the children are still in trauma.
For the last three House meetings the issue of dog menace has been tabled. However, it was not discussed. Arun Sood said if timely action was not taken by the authorities concerned the situation would become more critical.
Challenging the authenticity of the status report on the dog population and the sterilisation programmes tabled in the house today, the majority of the councillors expressed their dissatisfaction over it.
Congress Councillor Subhash Chawla stated that as per the census 5,627 out of 5,713 dogs were sterilised since April 2008 to 2012. However, this was not real if one verifies the increase in the dog population in the city, he alleged. BJP Councillor Saurab Joshi said if the authorities are adopting foolproof measures to control the population of stray dogs then how come it is increasing?
Nominated councillor DS Sandhu alleged that it has become a routine practice for the corporation to hold lengthy discussions on stray dog menace. But when it comes to take action they do not have any plan to solve the matter.
Area councillor of Mani Majra Gurcharan Das Kala stated that as per the report a vaccination camp was organised in his area but in reality no such programme was organised in his ward by the health department. Similarly, area councillors of Sector 32 and 46 complained that no such camps were organised in their wards in the last seven months.
Non-availability of vaccines
Many councillors complained that vaccines that can prevent infections due to dog bites are not available in Sector 19 dispensary. When MC Commissioner VP Singh asked Medical Officer of Health (MOH) BK Salwan about the matter he was clueless. It is not know how long these vaccines are not available in the dispensary. Passing the buck on the health department, the MOH said the department was not sending the vaccines. The MC Commissioner has proposed that from now on the corporation would assist in providing the vaccines in the dispensary. Also the department would work out a plan to divide the city into four zones and would provide vaccines in four dispensaries to lessen the burden on a single dispensary.
* Congress Councillor Subhash Chawla alleged that the ongoing construction of 136 booths in Mauli Jagra should be cancelled as there is no policy of allotment for the same with the authorities. Reacting to it, the BJP councillors come in well and oppose its cancellation. BJP Councillor Arun Sood alleged that the proposal of cancellation has been mooted on the directions of Madhu Bansal who raised an objection on the allotment process. MC Commissioner said the policy for the allotment will be drafted and tabled in next house meeting for approval of the House.
* Due to the failure of the northern grind the MC hired a generator while the other officials fail to perform their duty as there was no power today.
* Chawla said the other councillors intervene when he wants to submit his suggestions on any issue. He asked the Mayor and MC Commissioner that they must protect the right to speak of every councillor in the House.
* The House observed two minutes silence in the memory of those who lost their life in Mauli Jagra due to diarrhoea.
* BJP councillors opposed ward development fund to the nominated councillors besides increase of the ward development fund for the elected. The house approved the issues of maintenance of sweeping machines, repair of Sector 32 fire station, to hand over the green belts to RWA, development of second phase of Sector 17 and earmarking of community center in Mani Majra.