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KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN
GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSION IN KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA (2021-22 & Onwards)
KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN – New Delhi
- PART A – GENERAL GUIDELINES
- PART B – SPECIAL PROVISIONS
- PART C – ADMISSION PROCEDURE
GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSION IN KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA
General Guidelines for KVS Admission 2021-22
PART A – GENERAL GUIDELINES
1. In supersession of all the guidelines governing admissions in Kendriya Vidyalayas that have been issued in the past, the following guidelines are issued to regulate admissions in the Kendriya Vidyalayas with effect from the academic session 2021-22 & onwards. These guidelines are not applicable to Kendriya Vidyalayas located abroad and Dr. Rajendra Prasad Kendriya Vidyalaya, President Estate, New Delhi-110004.
Unless the context suggests otherwise, the definition of the following terms used in these guidelines would be as below: –
(i). CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES: An employee who is regular (i.e. an employee working on that post sanctioned by the Government in substantive capacity) and draws his emoluments from the Consolidated Fund of India.
(ii). TRANSFERABLE: An employee who has been transferred at least once in the preceding 7 years shall be deemed to be transferable.
(iii). TRANSFER: An employee would be treated as transferred only if he/she has been transferred by the competent authority from one place/urban agglomeration to another place/urban agglomeration which is at a distance of at least 20 Kms. and minimum period of stay at a place should be six months.
(iv). AUTONOMOUS BODIES / PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS:
Organizations which are fully financed by the government or where the government share is more than 51 per cent would be deemed to be autonomous bodies/ public sector undertakings.
(v). SINGLE GIRL CHILD: Single Girl Child means the only child i.e. only girl child to the parents, with no other siblings.
Priorities in KVS Admission 2021-22
3. PRIORITIES IN ADMISSION
The following priorities shall be followed in granting admissions: –
(A) KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA UNDER CIVIL/DEFENCE SECTOR:
1. Children of transferable and non-transferable Central government employees and children of ex-servicemen. This will also include children of Foreign National officials, who come on deputation or transfer to India on invitation by Govt. of India.
2. Children of transferable and non-transferable employees of Autonomous Bodies / Public Sector Undertaking /Institute of Higher Learning of the Government of India.
3. Children of transferable and non-transferable State Government employees.
4. Children of transferable and non-transferable employees of Autonomous Bodies/ Public Sector Undertakings /Institute of Higher Learning of the State Governments.
5. Children from any other category including the children of Foreign Nationals who are located in India due to their work or for any personal reasons. The children of Foreign Nationals would be considered only in case there are no Children of Indian Nationals waitlisted for admission.
Note: Preference in Admission to wards will be based on the number of transfers of the parents in the last 7 years.
(B) KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA UNDER PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS/ INSTITUTES OF HIGHER LEARNING:
Children and grandchildren of employees of the Project Sector/Institutes of Higher Learning which are the sponsors of the Vidyalaya, Children of Project employees & Post Graduate students who are working on long term research projects, Children of regular Council of Wardens (COW) employees and children and grandchildren of retired employees.
Note: Preference in Admission will be given to children of serving employees, grandchildren of serving employees and children and grandchildren of retired employees in that order.
2. Children of transferable and non-transferable Central government employees and children of ex-servicemen. This will also include children of Foreign National officials, who come on deputation or transfer to India on invitation by Govt. of India.
3. Children of transferable and non-transferable employees of Autonomous Bodies/Public Sector Undertaking/Institute of Higher Learning of the Government of India.
4. Children of transferable and non-transferable State Government employees.
5. Children of transferable and non-transferable employees of Autonomous Bodies/ Public Sector Undertakings/Institute of Higher Learning of the State Governments.
6. Children from any other category including the children of Foreign Nationals who are located in India due to their work or for any personal reasons. The Children of Foreign Nationals would be considered only in case there are no children of Indian Nationals waitlisted for admission.
Note: Preference in Admission to wards will be granted based on the number of transfers of the parents in the last 7 years.
Eligible Age for Class 1 Admission 2021-22
4. ELIGIBLE AGE FOR ADMISSION
A Child must be 5 years old as on 31st March in the academic year in which admission is sought for Class I. (Child born on 1st April should also be considered.)
The minimum and maximum age limit for admission in Kendriya Vidyalayas in various classes is given below: (Child born on 1st April should also be considered.)
|CLASS||MINIMUM AGE ON 31ST MARCH OF THE YEAR IN WHICH ADMISSION IS SOUGHT||MAXIMUM AGE ON 31ST MARCH OF THE YEAR IN WHICH ADMISSION IS SOUGHT|
|I||5 years||7 years|
|II||6 years||8 years|
|III||7 years||9 years|
|IV||8 years||10 years|
|V||9 years||11 years|
|VI||10 years||12 years|
|VII||11 years||13 years|
|VIII||12 years||14 years|
|IX||13 years||15 years|
|X||14 years||16 years|
Note: The maximum age limit can be relaxed by two years in case of Differently abled children by the Principal.
There is no age restriction for admission to Class XI provided the student is seeking admission in the year of passing Class X examination. Similarly, there will be no upper & lower age limit for admission to class XII provided there has been no break in the continuous study of the student after passing class XI.
Class Strength 40 – 45 – 50 (2021-22)
5. CLASS STRENGTH AND COMPETENT AUTHORITIES
|Class Strength||Authority||Date (s)||Remarks|
|UP TO 40||PRINCIPAL||UP TO
|Registered and eligible candidates subject to availability of vacancies except for class XI.|
|30 days from the date of declaration of class-X results by CBSE.||Registered and eligible candidates subject to availability of vacancies for class XI only.|
|UP TO 45||PRINCIPAL||UP TO 30th NOVEMBER||This provision is applicable only for those parents of CAT I to IV in Civil & Defence Sector and CAT I to V in Project & Institutes of Higher learning who have been transferred during the Previous year/Current Academic Session after the registration process is over. The admission will be granted on a first- cum first serve basis immediately as and when the parent approaches for admission in the Vidyalaya.|
|UP TO 50||PRINCIPAL||UP TO 30th NOVEMBER||Defence Personnel (Army/Navy/Air Force) who have been transferred/retired during the Previous year/current Academic Session after the registration process is over. The admission will be granted on a first- cum first serve basis immediately as and when the parent approaches for admission in the Vidyalaya.|
Reservation in KVS Admission 2021-22
6. RESERVATIONS IN ADMISSION
A. SCHEDULED CASTE, SCHEDULED TRIBE AND OTHER BACKWARD CLASSES CATEGORY
15% seats for Scheduled Caste, 7.5% seats for Scheduled Tribes and 27% seats for Other Backward Classes (OBC-NCL) shall be reserved in all fresh admissions in all Kendriya Vidyalayas.
B. DIFFERENTLY ABLED CATEGORY
3% seats of total available seats for fresh admission will be horizontally reserved for Differently Abled-children as per the provisions of RTE Act, 2009.
Read in conjunction with Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995.
7. ADMISSION WITH KV TRANSFER CERTIFICATE INCLUDING LOCAL TRANSFER (TC).
(i). Admission of children with KV TC will be automatic (over and above Class strength) if the parent has been transferred from one station to another. When the class strength reaches 55, the efforts should be initiated to open additional sections.
(ii). Defence personnel and Para-military Forces who shift their families to a station of their choice whenever they are transferred to some non-family areas or posted in Naxal affected areas can admit their children on KV TC in a KV located at the station where they will keep their family.
(ii). In all other cases where transfer of the parent is not involved, the admission with KV TC would be done only with the prior approval of the Deputy Commissioner of the region concerned.
(iv). All cases of local transfer on KV TC will be done with the approval of DC concerned on merit.
(v). A student with KV TC may also be permitted in project KVs only up to class strength of 45 with the prior concurrence of Chairman, VMC. Beyond this, no admission on KV TC would be done in project schools. However, the Deputy Commissioner of the region is empowered to allow admission in the project/nearest KV in extremely deserving cases.
8. STUDENTS OF N.I.O.S / STATE BOARDS / ICSE FOR ADMISSION IN CLASS XI IN KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA
The students of State Boards/ICSE/NIOS may be considered for admission in class XI if vacancies exist.
9. FRESH ADMISSION FOR CLASS X AND XII
Fresh admissions to class X & XII, other than KV students, will be entertained subject to the availability of vacancies. Such admissions to class X and XII will be considered by the Deputy Commissioner of the Region concerned, only if, the average strength in class X/XII is below 40. This will further be subject to the following conditions:
(i). The child has been in the same course of studies i.e. in a CBSE-affiliated school.
(i). For Class X, the child must have obtained not less than 55% marks in aggregate in class IX.
(i). For admission to class XII, 55% marks in class XI examination is mandatory.
(i). The child should otherwise be eligible as per KVS admission guidelines.
(i). The combinations of subjects opted by the student are available in Kendriya Vidyalayas.
10. ADMISSION OF CHILDREN STUDYING ABROAD SEATS
A KV Student, who went abroad with his parents on their deputation to a foreign country, will be admitted to corresponding class on their return to India by the Principal of Kendriya Vidyalaya, where admission is being sought (such admissions will be over and above the class strength)
11. ADMISSION FOR VACANT SEATS
In case seats remain vacant after 30th June as the case may be, in the year of admission, Deputy Commissioner of the Region is empowered to allow admissions up to the prescribed strength as per priorities in admission up to 31st July.
Note: In case of any issue related to the interpretation of admission Guidelines, the decision of Commissioner KVS, will be final.
Special Provisions in KVS Admission 2021-22
PART- B SPECIAL PROVISIONS
(i). Following categories of children would be admitted over and above the class strength except where stated otherwise in the provision itself (e.g. Item No. XVI). The children and dependent grandchildren of Hon’ble Members of Parliament.
(ii). Children and grandchildren (children of son or / and daughter) of serving and retired KVS employees. The Children and grandchildren of the serving and retired employees of KVS (Kendriya Vidyalayas, Regional Offices, ZIETs and KVS (HQ) will be considered for admission at any time of the year irrespective of the class strength/year of transfer/recruitment. However, for class IX, the child has to clear the admission test (The Officials/Officers who come on deputation to KVS their wards should also be treated at par with regular KVS employees).
(i). Children of Central Government employees who die in harness.
(i). Children of recipients of Paramveer Chakra, Mahavir Chakra, Veer Chakra, Ashok Chakra, Kirti Chakra & Shourya Chakra, Sena Medal (Army), Nausena Medal (Navy), Vayu Sena Medal (Air Force).
(i). Children of recipients of President’s Police medal for gallantry & Police medal for gallantry.
(i). Meritorious sports children who have secured I, II & III position in SGFI/CBSE/National/State level games organized by the Government.
(i). Recipients of Rashtrapati Puraskar in Scouts & Guides.
(i). Single girl children in class I and from class VI onwards subject to a maximum of two per section in class I and two per class in class VI and onwards. It includes twin girl children also.
In case of twin girls, it will be treated as one admission.
While drawing the lot, the name of both girls (twin) should be written on a single slip/interlinked.
In case of a single girl child (including twin girl children), if number of applications are more than the number of allotted seats i.e. maximum of 02 per section in class I and 02 per class in class VI and onwards, the admission should be granted on the basis of the Priority Category. If in one category more applications are made, all such applications should be taken together and the list of selected candidates should be prepared through draw of lots.
(i). Children who are recipients of National Bravery Award, or of Balshree Award instituted by National Bal Bhawan.
(i). Children whose parent is a teacher, and is a recipient of National Award for teachers.
(i). Children who have shown special talent in Fine Arts and have been recognized at the National or State level.
(i). 100 children of employees of the Ministry of Education (MoE) would be admitted every year on orders issued by the KVS (HQ) (up to 30th June).
(i). 60 admissions in Kendriya Vidyalayas located anywhere in India and 15 admissions in hostels of Kendriya Vidyalayas, would be granted to employees of Ministry of External Affairs each year, by orders of KVS (HQ).These would be regulated as follows: –
(i). 60 admissions in Kendriya Vidyalayas located anywhere in India be utilized exclusively for children returning from abroad along with their parents after their posting in current or previous year and would be considered for admission up to 30th November. All these admissions will be subject to the condition that not more than 5 children would be admitted in one school in a year and that the children would be submitting a transfer certificate of a school abroad, in which they had been studying prior to seeking admission in a KV.
(i). 15 seats for admission in hostels in Kendriya Vidyalayas would be allotted to the children whose parents are going abroad on a posting to station, which does not have adequate educational facilities. The required information in this respect would need to be given by the Ministry of External Affairs (up to 30th November).
(i). 15 children of the employees of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) would be admitted on orders to be issued by the KVS Hqrs. Of these, a maximum of 5 seats would be given in Delhi and the remaining would be outside Delhi. (up to 30th June)
(i). “In case adequate number of applications for admission of eligible children are not available for provisions under (XII), (XIII), and (XIV), Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan may nominate additional names up to the prescribed limit to ensure full utilization of these provisions”. (up to 30th November)
(i). 05 seats in each section of class I, within the approved class strength (40) will be filled by the children of Sponsoring Agency in all schools except those specifically notified otherwise by the Commissioner.
Similarly, 10 seats in all other classes put together (not more than 02 seats in each section) can be recommended by the Chairman VMC for the wards of employees of the sponsoring Agency. In case adequate number of applications for admission of the wards of employees of sponsoring Agency are not available, the Chairman VMC can recommend wards of other Transferable/ Non-Transferable Central / State Government employees including Autonomous Bodies/PSUs/IHL. These admissions will be over and above the class strength, if otherwise eligible as per KVS Admission Guidelines.
(i). Chairman, Vidyalaya Management Committee can recommend maximum two admissions in the concerned Kendriya Vidyalaya/Shift under his discretionary quota. These two admissions may be recommended in one class or all classes put together, the children so recommended should be otherwise eligible as per KVS Admission Guidelines (Up to 30th June).
(i). Wherever land has been sponsored by DDA for Kendriya Vidyalayas located in Delhi, admission to children of regular DDA employees would be restricted to 5 seats per section in class I and 5 seats in all other classes put together. Admission in class I would be within the approved strength of the section while for other classes this would be over and above the class strength.
(i). Each Hon’ble Member of Parliament can refer 10 (ten) cases for admission under the scheme in an academic year but such recommendations shall be confined to children whose parents belong to his constituency either by domicile or on account of having been soon-before posted there or else on account of exigencies of service, migrate to his constituency. Such recommendations would be for admissions in Kendriya Vidyalaya(s) located in his constituency only. In case there is no Kendriya Vidyalaya in the constituency of the Hon’ble M.P. (Lok Sabha), he/she may recommend these admissions in the Kendriya Vidyalaya(s) located in any neighbouring contiguous constituency. For Member of the Rajya Sabha, the State from which the member has been elected would be deemed to be his constituency for this purpose. Nominated members of the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha can recommend 10(ten) cases for admission in any one or more Kendriya Vidyalayas of the Country.
These admissions shall be over and above the class strength.
These recommendations would be made for classes I to IX only.
These admissions would be made at the beginning of the academic year and no admission would be allowed after the prescribed cut-off date of the year.
The recommendations to be made shall be valid only if these are made in the prescribed format provided to each Member of Parliament by KVS (HQ). Recommendations sent in any other format / manner shall not be considered.
The children recommended by Hon’ble Members of Parliament must be otherwise eligible for admission as per the extant KVS Admission Guidelines.
(i). Each Directorate of education of Armed Forces i.e. Army, Air Force, Navy and Coast Guards can recommend maximum 06 names for admission of children of their Defence Personnel in an academic year in Kendriya Vidyalayas located in Defence Sector except classes X and XII. These admissions would be over and above the class strength and other than Part A Para 5 of KVS admission guidelines & would be done on the orders issued by Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan. (Up to 31st August).
KVS Admission 2021-22 for Armed Forces & Para Military Forces
2. ADMISSION OF WARDS OF ARMED / PARAMILITARY FORCES
Automatic admission of children in the Kendriya Vidyalayas on the basis of transfer certificate issued by the CBSE affiliated schools run by Armed Forces (Army, Air Force, Navy) and Para Military Forces i.e. CRPF/BSF/ITBP/SSB (Sashastra Seema Bal)/CISF/NSG and Assam Rifles will be entertained only if the parent has been transferred to that place or has desired to settle at the place after his retirement, or transferred to some non-family station or posted in Naxal affected areas and choose to keep the family elsewhere.
This provision shall be applicable to schools run by Indian Coast Guard also. This provision may also be extended to the children of government employees studying in schools run by ISRO/AEES (Atomic Energy Education Society).
It is clarified that above provisions are only for the wards of Defence personnel /Para Military Forces i.e. CRPF/BSF/ITBP/SSB (Sashastra Seema Bal)/CISF/NSG and Assam Rifles viz. sons & daughters only. This will not include the grand children of Defence personnel. Provisions of KVS admission guidelines including the eligibility criteria for age and marks/Grades will be followed in letter and spirit. Also, the fee including VVN is to be paid from the month of admission of the child in the Kendriya Vidyalaya regardless of the fact that the fee for succeeding months have already been paid in the school from which TC has been issued for admission to KV. TCs issued by the CBSE affiliated schools of Defence Ministry/Deptts/Authority will be endorsed by the concerned Deputy Commissioner of the region where admission is sought.
3. CHILDREN WHO WERE EARLIER STUDYING IN KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA
Children who were earlier studying in Kendriya Vidyalaya but due to(a) transfer of parent or (b) relocation due to exigency caused by posting of parent to field area was compelled to study in a school other than Kendriya Vidyalaya because no KV was available at that station, if the said parent subsequently gets transferred to a place where a Kendriya Vidyalaya exists, his/her child be considered for admission, consequent upon the transfer/movement of the parent subsequently to a place where a Kendriya Vidyalaya exists, over and above the class strength. A proof to this effect has to be provided by the parent.
Procedure of KVS Admission 2021-22
PART- C PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSIONS
An advertisement for online registration to Class-I shall be issued by the Regional Office in the local newspapers as per admission schedule and inviting Parents to register their wards for admission in Kendriya Vidyalayas. This advertisement should specifically indicate that admissions in Kendriya Vidyalayas are not restricted to Central Govt. employees and are open to all, only certain priorities have been laid down for different categories to regulate the admissions. The reservations for SC, ST, OBC-NCL and Differently Able under RTE Act 2009 should also be indicated.
Registration of KVS Admission 2021-22
(i) Registration shall not be done if there is no vacancy or likelihood of any vacancy in a particular class. In case a vacancy arises in future, registration can be made after giving wide publicity at local level/Vidyalaya website and admission can be granted as per KVS Admission Guidelines.
(ii) In case the number of children seeking registration is less because of which all seats have not been filled up, the Principal shall issue a second advertisement in the month of May/June notifying the availability of vacancies.
(iii) Admissions are required to be made with the approval of the Executive Committee of the Vidyalaya. In case the Executive Committee does not approve the admissions up to the full sanctioned strength of the class, the Principal shall intimate this fact to the Deputy Commissioner who may approve the admissions.
(iv) Registration for class XI shall be taken up immediately after the declaration of results of class X and admissions up to the full strength of the class should be completed within 20 days after declaration of results by CBSE. In case there is any difficulty in admitting children up to the full strength because of the Executive Committee of the Vidyalaya not approving the same, the procedure as laid down for other classes above shall be followed and admissions up to the sanctioned strength of the class shall be made within 30 days of declaration of CBSE results with the approval of the Deputy Commissioner.
(v) Registration forms shall be made available by the Principal FREE OF COST. However, for Class-I registration will be done online on Online Admission Portal when the portal is live.
(vi) Registration forms complete in all respects and accompanied by all required documents must be submitted/sent to the Vidyalaya concerned within the prescribed date as per notification of the KVS.
(vii) Attested copies of the prescribed documents would be required to be submitted along with the application form for registration.
Documents Required for KVS Admission 2021-22
For Class I, certificate of proof of age in the form of a birth certificate issued by the authority competent to register births. This will include certificates from Notified Area Council / Municipality / Municipal Corporation extract about the date of birth from records of Village Panchayat, Military Hospital and service records of Defence personnel. For other classes, the date of birth recorded in the transfer certificate issued by a school recognized by the State Education Department would be accepted. The original certificate of date of birth should be returned to the parent after verification. Admissions up to class-VIII may be granted without any school transfer certificate provided the child is otherwise eligible and his birth certificate has been issued by a Govt. body.
For grandchildren of Hon’ble Member of Parliament and PSU employees a proof of relationship of either of the child’s parents with the Hon’ble Member of Parliament or PSU employees would be needed.
For grandchildren of KVS employee a proof of relationship of either of the child’s parent with the KVS employee (serving or retired) would be required.
A certificate that the child belongs to the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/EWS/OBC (Non-Creamy Layer)/BPL wherever applicable, issued by the Competent Authority in concerned State Government/Union Government. The certificate in respect of either of the parents may be accepted initially, for the purpose of admission, if this certificate is not available for the child. However, the certificate in respect of the child has to be submitted within a period of 03 months from the date of admission.
A certificate from the civil surgeon/rehabilitation centre or any other competent authority defined by the Government of India O. M. No. 36035/5/88 / Estt. (sct) dated 4.5.1999 certifying the child is handicapped, wherever applicable. In case, where the handicap of the child can be visually seen by the Principal, the child may be accepted as handicapped even without a certificate. However, the parent may be advised to obtain the relevant certificate from the Competent Authority and submit the same to the school.
A service certificate showing the number of transfers during the preceding 7 years duly signed and stamped by the head of office bearing the name, designation and other relevant particulars in block letters.
A certificate of retirement for uniformed Defence employees.
Proof of Residence.
(i) Mere registration will not confer a right to admission.
(i) Incomplete application forms shall normally be rejected. In case vacancies remain, Principal may allow completion of the form later at his/her discretion.
(i) Admission secured on the basis of any wrong certificate shall be cancelled by the Principal forthwith and no appeal against such action of the Principal shall be entertained.
(i) For admission to class I, the registrations will be done through online mode. In a double shift Kendriya Vidyalaya, each shift will be treated as separate Vidyalaya for admission purpose. No change of shift will be permitted. If multiple registration forms are submitted for the same child in the same Kendriya Vidyalaya, only the last application will be considered.
(i) In respect of Category I, II, III and IV admissions the veracity of the Certificates submitted by the parents in proof of their service must be invariably verified by the Principal.
Method of Class 1 KVS Admission 2021-22
4. METHOD OF ADMISSION IN CLASS- I
Out of the available seats of fresh admission 25% shall be reserved for Right To Education (Hereafter referred to as ‘RTE’), 15% shall be reserved for SC, 7.5% shall be reserved for ST and 27% seats shall be reserved for “OBC- Non-Creamy Layer”. (Hereafter referred to as “OBC-NCL”)
After the admission of students under the RTE Act followed by Differently Abled (Hereafter referred to as ‘DA’), the children belonging to Cat-1 will be taken up. The students admitted under Cat-1 will also include SC/ST/OBC-NCL. Similarly, after admission of Cat-1, admission of Cat-2 will be taken up which will include SC/ST/OBC-NCL (up to Cat-3 in case of Project/IHL School)
The shortfall in the number of candidates on seats reserved for SC, ST and OBC- NCL will be worked out after considering the number of SC/ST/OBC-NCL children admitted under RTE quota and Priority Cat-1 and Cat-2.
The reservation norms shall be applicable within approved class strength 40 students per section
RTE 25% : 10 seats
SC 15% : 06 seats
ST 7.5% : 03 seats
OBC 27% : 11 seats
(3% seats for the differently-abled applicant would be reserved horizontally)
After closing of process of registration, the sequence of conduct of lottery by each Kendriya Vidyalaya will be as under:
(a) RTE Lottery
(b) All DA Lotteries
(c) CAT I
(d) CAT II
(h) CAT III
(i) CAT IV
(j) CAT V
(k) CAT VI (If applicable)
(l) Single Girl Child (Hereafter referred to as ‘SGC’)
The following sequence is to be adopted for the fresh admissions to Class-I in Kendriya Vidyalayas from the academic session 2020-21 and onwards.
First Lot: 10 seats (out of 40 seats) in Class I per section are to be filled as per RTE Provisions (25% of seats) and these 10 seats will be filled by draw of lots from all applications of SC/ST/EWS/BPL/OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) /Differently abled taken together who are the resident of Neighbourhood.
Second Lot: Lottery for Differently Abled candidates of SC/ST/OBC- NCL/Unreserved is to be conducted as per Priority Category.
Third Lot: Remaining seats (after deducting RTE and Differently Abled applicants, if any) will be filled as per the existing Priority Category of Cat-1 and Cat-2 (Cat-1 to Cat-3 in case of Project/IHL KV) only up to the sanctioned strength or till all the registered candidates from Cat-1 and Cat-2 (Cat-1 to Cat-3 in case of Project/IHL KV) is filled.
Fourth Lot: – The total number of SC/ST/OBC-NCL will be counted from the admitted summary of RTE, DA, Cat-1 and Cat-2 (Cat-1 to Cat-3 in case of Project/IHL KV) admissions done till third phase. Thereafter, the shortfall in the seats reserved for SC/ST/OBC-NCL, if any, shall be covered by admitting SC/ST/OBC-NCL applicants as per the order of priorities of admission, irrespective of sanctioned strength.
Fifth Lot: – After all these processes, if sanctioned strength is not filled and seats are vacant, applicants from Priority Cat-3 (Cat-4 in Project/IHL KV) onwards will be taken up for admission as per existing priority list for unreserved seats only. The unfilled leftover reserved seats of RTE/SC/ST/OBC (NCL) should be kept vacant.
(VI) Filling of leftover vacant reserved seats, in case adequate number of candidates registered online are not available: For filling unfilled quota of reserved seats for RTE/SC/ST/OBC, a separate advertisement is to be given, in the month of August, as per schedule of Admission by the concerned Kendriya Vidyalaya, for offline registration of the candidates belonging to that particular category only to fill the shortfall of reservation quota. The candidates thus registered offline may be admitted based on their Priority Category to fulfil the shortfall of reservation quota. Even after going through the above exercise, if these seats remain vacant, then the following procedure may be adopted:
(a) In no case the seats reserved as per RTE will be de-reserved.
(b) In case of vacant seats of SC/ST: SC/ST seat should be filled after interchanging the seat as per the availability of registered candidates from the available SC/ST social category priority list i.e. vacant SC seats may be filled with ST or vice versa, only if total SC and ST candidates admitted taken together fall short of total reserved seats of SC and ST taken together. This aggregation may be obtained by counting all the admitted SC and ST candidates of all the categories e.g. in a single section KV total SC and ST seats are 9 (6 SC + 3 ST). Now suppose 8 SC and 1 ST is already admitted and there are no more ST candidates available to admit, in this case these 2 seats of ST will not be given to SC as already 9 SC/ST candidates have been admitted. Clarification: OBC seats cannot be interchanged with SC/ST or RTE.
(c) In case of vacant seat of OBC:
(i) Within the sanctioned strength: After going through the process mentioned in para 4(vi) still reserve seats for OBC (NCL) are unfilled, it may be filled with remaining wait listed eligible candidates from Priority Categories within approved class strength.
(ii) Over and Above the Sanctioned Strength: No action is to be taken.
(d) The definition/eligibility criteria of Disadvantaged Group/Weaker Section/BPL/OBC (Non-creamy layer) will be as per the notification of the concerned State Governments. (The DC KVS RO Concerned may issue guidelines regarding BPL/EWS as per the latest notification of the concerned State Governments).
(e) Admission test will not be conducted for Class I.
DEFINITION OF DISADVANTAGED GROUP
Child belonging to disadvantaged group means a child belonging to the Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, the socially and educationally backward class or such other group having disadvantage owing to social, cultural, economic, geographical, linguistic, gender or such other factor as may be specified by the appropriate government, by notification (Section 2 (d) of RTE Act).
Child with special needs and suffering from disability will be determined as per the provision mentioned in RTE Act 2009 or as defined by the concerned State Govt.
DEFINITION OF WEAKER SECTION
Child belonging to weaker section means a child belonging to such a parent or guardian (declared by a Court or a Statute) whose annual income is lower than the minimum limit specified by the appropriate government, by notification (Section 2(e)). The income limit regarding economically weaker sections will be applicable as notified by the State Govt. concerned.
DEFINITION OF NEIGHBOURHOOD & PROOF OF RESIDENCE (APPLICABLE FOR ADMISSION UNDER RTE ONLY)
Since Kendriya Vidyalayas are located at places with varied density of population, they have been categorized as follows for determining the limits of neighborhood:
1. Proof of residence shall have to be produced by all applicants.
2. A self-declaration in writing from the parent about distance may also be accepted to this effect, subject to verification.
5. Admissions for class I are being done through online mode & for other classes it is offline.
Composition of Committee for Offline Draw of lots: Every Kendriya Vidyalaya will constitute a committee for the purpose of monitoring a system of Draw of Lots to be held in Class I or in any other class (for offline mode only) wherever such stage is reached when all candidates of a particular category or having same number of transfers cannot be accommodated against available number of seats.
The committee will comprise the following five (05) members:–
|2.||Teacher||Member (To be nominated by Principal)|
|(3 & 4)||Twoparents (One lady)||Members (One parent has to be from the candidates to be considered under section 12(1)(c) of RTE Act 2009)|
|5.||VMC member||Member(To be nominated by Chairman, VMC)|
An additional 6th member can be nominated by the Principal from the students of class IX to XII wherever these classes exist.
This committee may be notified with the concurrence of Chairman, VMC, at least 5 days in advance of draw of lots and be displayed on School Notice Board.
Fee Structure of KVS 2021-22
6. FEE AND OTHER CONCESSIONS:
No fee to be charged from the children admitted under the 25% quota prescribed under RTE Act 2009
Expenses on account of NCERT text book, note books, stationary, uniform and transport will be reimbursed on production of proper bills in respect of 25% of the children admitted under the RTE Provisions subject to the ceiling prescribed and availability of funds.
Once the children are admitted in Class I under RTE Act, they will continue to enjoy exemptions and concessions till class VIII either in the same KV or any other K.V. moving on transfer as per RTE Act.
Address proof of the parent should be furnished at the time of the registration.
The employees who have the facility of fee reimbursement in their departments cannot claim RTE concessions.
Method of KVS Admission Class II to XI 2021-22
7. METHOD OF ADMISSION IN CLASS II TO VIII
Admission test shall not be conducted for admission to Class II to VIII and the admission may be granted based on Priority Category system (1 to 5 or 6 as the case may be). If applications are more than the number of seats, lottery system will be followed in each category including single girl child quota (Class VI Onwards).
8. METHOD OF ADMISSION IN CLASS IX
For admission to Class IX, an admission test shall be conducted and a merit list will be prepared for each category of priority separately. Admission shall be granted in the sequence of priority categories, in the order of merit.
Admission test shall be conducted in the subjects: Hindi, English, Maths, Social Science and Science.
There will be only one paper of Admission test of 3 Hours duration & 100 marks comprising Hindi, English, Maths, Social
Science and Science each of 20 marks.
Candidates must secure 33% marks in aggregate to qualify. Students belonging to SC/ST/Divyang category (PH) will be eligible for admission on securing 25% in aggregate.
9. METHOD OF ADMISSIONS IN CLASS XI
KV Students: Admission in different streams viz Science, Commerce, Humanities of Class XI in KVs for KV students will be based on aggregate marks scored in class X exams as under:
(i) Science Stream: A minimum of 60% Marks in aggregate of all subjects.
(ii) Commerce: A minimum of 55% Marks in aggregate of all subjects.
(iii) Humanities Stream: All students of KV if declared successful in class X exam
Note: If seats remain vacant in class XI even after admitting the children of KV/ neighboring KVs then the admissions to non – KV children may be granted on the same criteria, in the sequence of categories of priority.
However, there could be instances of lower enrolment in Class XI in some KVs, especially those located in hard stations and remote areas after applying the above criteria for admission. In such an eventuality, Principal of the KV concerned should send the proposal of lowering the eligibility criteria for various streams along with the details of registration, No. of eligible students, etc. to the Deputy Commissioner of the region. The Deputy Commissioner may use her/his discretion in lowering the eligibility criteria to the extent as indicated below:
KV Students: Admission in different streams viz Science, Commerce, Humanities of Class XI in KVs for KV students will be based on Marks scored in class X exams as under:
(i) Science Stream: A minimum of 55% Marks in aggregate of all subjects.
(ii) Commerce: A minimum of 50% Marks in aggregate of all subjects.
(iii) Humanities Stream: All students of KV if declared successful in class X exam.
Note:- If seats remain vacant in class XI even after admitting the children of KV/ neighboring KVs then the admissions to non – KV children may be granted on the same criteria, in the sequence of categories of priority.
Concessions wherever applicable shall be incorporated while preparing the Merit List.
In case of two or more candidates obtaining equal marks in aggregate of all subjects, the inter-se merit of such candidates may be determined as follows:
Candidates obtaining higher marks in Maths will get precedence in admission.
If two or more candidates have got the same marks in Maths, then the candidates securing higher marks in Maths and Science taken together will get precedence over the others.
In case of a tie between two or more candidates obtaining the same marks in Maths and science taken together, the student older in age as per the D.O.B will be given precedence over the other.
Principal may admit non-KV children to class XI only up to the permitted class strength (40). In case of KV Children, normally the class strength be restricted to 55. However, to accommodate the eligible KV students over 55, efforts should be initiated to open additional sections.
A student who was earlier not found eligible for admission to a particular stream may be allowed fresh admission to a particular stream in class XI in the next academic session if he/she improves his/her performance within one year from the same Board.
Note: Informatics Practices as an elective subject is offered to all streams. Admission to this would be granted as per the combined merit list. Computer Science / Bio-Technology, wherever available as an elective subject, is to be offered to students of Science Stream and admission would be granted as per the combined merit list. Multimedia & Web- Designing Technology (wherever available) as the elective subject may be offered to students of all the streams (Commerce, Humanities & Science) as per the combined merit list.
THE FOLLOWING CONCESSIONS WILL BE ALLOWED FOR ADMISSION FOR CLASS XI.
(A) The following concession will be granted to students for admission who participated in Games & Sports meet/Scouting & Guiding/NCC/Adventure activities at various levels. The certificate needed for this purpose can be of any of the preceding years.
|S. No||Sports & Games||NCC||Scouting/ Guiding||Adventure Activities||Concession of marks for admission|
|a.||Participation at SGFI or equivalent level.||‘A’ certificate and participation in Republic/PM Rally||Rashtrapati Puraskar award certificate||NIL||6% Marks in aggregate|
|b.||Participation at KVS National/ State level.||‘A’ certificate and best Cadet in Distt/State level||Rajya Puraskar award certificate with 07 proficiency badges.||NIL||4% Marks in aggregate|
|c.||Participation at KVS Regional/ District Level||‘A’ certificate||Tritiya Sopan certificate with 05 proficiency badges||Participation in at least One 10 days adventure activity||2% Marks in aggregate|
(B) Students belonging to SC/ST/OBC/ Divyang (PH) would be given up-gradation in aggregate by 4% Marks for the purpose of admission to class XI.
Note: Maximum concession under Sports/ Games/ NCC/ Scout/ Guide/Adventure will not exceed 6% Marks in aggregate. In case of eligibility for more than one concession under different categories as mentioned at (A) and (B) above, only one concession having the maximum advantage to the candidate will be allowed. (The same benefit may be extended to non-KV Students for fresh admission in KVs.)