NURSERY School ADMISSIONS. 2010-2011 for New Delhi,Noida,Gurgaon and Ncr (INDIA)

Published: 27th July 2009
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Mr Sumit Vohra, the creator of this forum , is an I.T Consultant to prestigious Educational

Organisations like St.Columbas, Cambridge (Shriniwaspuri, Noida, Greater Noida), Bal Bharti, D.A.V chain of schools ,Hansraj college, Venkateshwara college to name a few. He himself had done a detailed study of nursery admission process and the schools particularly in Delhi with an aim to get his daughter admitted in one of the best schools in Delhi. The kind of confusion, lack of information, uncertainty and ignorance about nursery admissions which he himself had faced, has prompted him to help the parents who are trying to get their kids admitted in the schools in the best possible way he could through the net particularly and otherwise also.

is a Nursery Admissions in Schools of Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad, Greater Noida,Faridabad(NCR), Best/Top Schools and List of All Schools in NCR, Tips to Nursery Admission, Nursery Admission Criteria, Age, DOE Guidelines, Nursery Admission Policy, Date of Distribution/ Sales of Nursery Admission Forms, Notification of Nursery Admission List.-No query remains unanswered or unattended to at this site in spite of being a cost-free service.

Mr Sumit Vohras was highlighted in media many times for his honest and unconditional support to fellow parents

Schools like DPS Vasant Kunj, Sanskriti, Mother's International, Vasant Valley, Heritage in Vasant Kunj, Air Force Bal Bharti, Shri Ram Vatika in Vasant Vihar, Srijan School in Model Town declared their qualifying points over the weekend giving relief to some parents, while also dashing the hopes of a few others.

However, schools like Vasant Valley, Shri Ram Vatika and Sanskriti haven't given any break-up of points on their websites but only the total points. Though the high court had ordered in December last year that the schools will have to publish the entire break-up of points scored by the child according to the parameters set by the school, many schools in the past have not adhered to it. ''I had applied to Shri Ram School online, which gave the break-up of points right after the form was accepted. But the school has not given the details of the points scored in the group discussion that was conducted later,'' said Sumit Vohra, a parent and creator of is one stop website on anything and everything on needs to know about nursery admissions in Delhi and NCR. It has achieved milestones in this field ever since its birth by providing prompt up-to-date and crucial detailed information on nursery admission in this region. No query remains unanswered or unattended to at this site in spite of being a cost-free service.

It has also been a pioneer in highlighting the media (Newspapers: Times of India, Hindustan Times, Indian Express, Metronow, Navbharat Times etc; National Television: NDTV, NDTV Metronation, Zee News, NewsX, FM Radio: 104.8 Mhtz. Meow FM) about the woes of the parents regarding nursery admission process, the non-compliance of the government (Directorate of Education) guidelines by the schools, critical analysis of the varying admission criteria adopted by the schools, and so on. He has been invited twice to answer to the queries of parents regarding nursery admissions on FM radio station.

The forums at this web site are a great space (or utility site) for discussion on various issues ranging from nursery admission to parenting. Parents who have confusion in selecting which school they should approach for securing nursery admission of their children right from taking of admission forms to final admission discuss openly in the discussion forums of this site helping them in selecting the appropriate school. Moreover, Mr. Vohra who was successful in securing admission for his kid in 7 of the top schools in Delhi last year has been a great help in choosing the right school.

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