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Pre-School Admission Schedule 2021-2022

RAMAKRISHNA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

M-BLOCK, VIKASPURI, NEW DELHI -110018

ADMISSION SCHEDULE  FOR OPEN SEATS (OTHER THAN EWS/ DG CATEGORY SEATS) AT
ENTRY LEVEL CLASS – PRE-SCHOOL, SESSION 2021-2022
  1.  (a) 100 seats are available for fresh admissions in Pre School, out of which 75% seats are open seats (other than EWS/ DG Category seats) to be filled under admission criteria given below :

         (b)  25% seats reserved for the candidates belonging to Economically Weaker Section and disadvantage groups of the society of the fresh admissions are to be filled online by the Govt.

  1. The age of the child at entry-level should be less than 4 years as on 31st March of the year 2021 for Pre – School (entry-level class) as per govt. guidelines.

ADMISSION SCHEDULE – 2021-2022   – FOR OPEN SEATS – GENERAL CATEGORY

1Uploading the Criteria and their points in the module of the Department at the link mentioned at point No. 717-02-2021 (Wednesday) uploaded on 16-02-2021 (copy enclosed)   Ann – A
2Commencement of admission process & availability of forms18-02-2021  (Thursday)
3Last date of submission of application form in school04-03-2021 (Thursday)
4Uploading details of children who applied to the  school for admission under open seats09-03-2021  (Tuesday)  
5Uploading marks (as per point system) given to each of the children who applied for admission under open seats15-03-2021 (Monday)
6The date for displaying the first list of selected candidates (including waiting list) (along with marks allotted under point system)20-03-2021 (Saturday)
7Resolution of queries of parents, if any (written/ email/ verbal/interaction) regarding allotment of points to their wards in the first list.  22-03-2021 (Monday)   to 23-03-2021 (Tuesday)
8The date of displaying the second list of candidates (if any) (including waiting list) (along with marks allotted under point system)25-03-2021 (Thursday)
9Resolution of queries of parents, if any (by written/ email/ verbal/interaction) regarding allotment of points to their wards in the second list26-03-2021 (Friday)  
10Subsequent list of admission, if any27-03-2021 (Saturday)
11Closure of admission process31-03-2021 (Wednesday) (This date will remain flexible and can be extended till all the seats are filled. 

Note : School will follow all the directions and orders of Department of Education, NCT, Delhi  in respect of  admission  schedule and procedure for open seats for the session 2021-2022  in letter and spirit as well as in admission under EWS category admissions.

Admission Criteria with points :

Sr.NoCriteriaMarks
1NEIGHBOURHOOD (0-1) KM70
2NEIGHBOURHOOD (1-3) KM60
3NEIGHBOURHOOD (3-6) KM50
4NEIGHBOURHOOD more than 6 KM.40
5SIBLING (REAL BROTHER/SISTER ONLY)30

Note : There shall be no testing or interview for any child/parent falling within or outside the categories. Selection would be done through draw of lots if number of applications exceeds from the seats available.

  • List of supporting documents to be produced (OPEN SEATS ONLY) :

 (i)       Birth Certificate issued by Municipal Corporation of Delhi.

 (ii)      Any one of the following documents:

  • Ration Card/ Smart Card issued in the name of Parent. (Mother /Father having the name of child)
  • Domicile certificate of child or his/her parents.
  • Voter – I Card (EPIC) of any of the parents.
  • Electricity Bill/ MTNL telephone bill/Water bill/ Passport in the name of any of the parents or child.
  • Aadhar Card/UID card issued in the name of the child or any of the parents
  • Lease deed made six months prior to the submission of the application form along with an affidavit on stamp paper should  be submitted in case of rental accommodation ) or any other documents as approved / directed or allowed by the Government.

(iii)      In case of sibling applicants: the identity card/ admission order/ latest fee receipt of the sibling.

(iv)      If the information provided is found to be incorrect or false, the applicant shall be automatically debarred from the selection process without any correspondence in this regard.

Note : Self-attested photocopies of the supporting documents must  be submitted with the registration  form.

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Republic Day

RAMAKRISHNA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

M- BLOCK VIKASPURI, NEW DELHI -18

JANUARY 26, 2021

REPUBLIC DAY

Dear Parents

Greetings

FREEDOM IN MINDS, FAITH IN WORDS, PRIDE IN HEARTS, MEMORIES IN OUR SOULS, LET’S SALUTE OUR NATION ON REPUBLIC DAY.

India celebrates Republic Day annually on 26 January, and this year the country will celebrate its 72nd Republic Day to mark the day India became a sovereign republic.

While India gained independence from the British in 1947, but it wasn’t until 26 January 1950 that the Indian Constitution came into effect and India became a sovereign state, declaring it a republic.

This day is celebrated with much pomp and fervour all over India, and RKS also wishes to spread the air of patriotism all around. To contribute to the same, the school has organised certain activities:

TOPIC: REPUBLIC DAY

Class   I – IV           : Prepare a dance video on any patriotic song and upload it on the link given below.

Class   V – VIII       : On an A-4 sized sheet, design a colourful poster symbolising the idea conveyed by our National Symbols. Also write a slogan on the poster.

Class   IX – XII       : Write a paragraph in 100-120 words casting light on the progress India has made in the past 72 years. 

Below is the link where the different activities are to be uploaded.

Last date of submission: January 31, 2021.

Linkhttps://forms.gle/MzUH2QUc1SwgAcsZ8

Regards

Principal

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Lohri and Makar Sankranti

RAMAKRISHNA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

M- BLOCK VIKASPURI, NEW DELHI -18

JANUARY 13, 2021

LOHRI AND MAKAR SANKRANTI

 Dear Parents

Greetings

LET’S CELEBRATE THE FESTIVAL OF HARVEST WITH THE ONSET OF SPRING

AND REJOICE TOGETHER STAYING AT HOME WITH HAPPINESS AND ENTHUSIASM

The festivals of Lohri and Makar Sankranti hold great significance as they mark the harvest of the Rabi Crops and the intensity of winter days. The celebrations offer thanks for making a bounteous harvest possible. It is all about togetherness, great food and singing and dancing around a huge bonfire.

 Lohri and Makar Sankranti are exceedingly auspicious days as they are celebrated with  joy  and the spark of life. RKS wishes you all to have peace, health and prosperity. May this festival of zeal and verve fill your life with lots of energy and enthusiasm that bring ultimate prosperity to you. To rejoice the onset of the harvest and spring, RKS has decided to organise certain activities:

TOPIC: LOHRI AND MAKAR SANKRANTI

Class   I – IV    : Prepare a dance video on Lohri Celebration of less than 2 minutes and upload it.

Class V – VIII  : Design an illustrative poster on an A4 sized sheet and also write a slogan.

Class IX – XII  : Write a paragraph in 100-120 words casting light on the significance of Lohri and Makar Sankranti with suitable images.

Below is the link where the different activities are to be uploaded.

Last date of submission: January 22, 2021.

Link: https://forms.gle/JegfNFJjHGFMLEbd9

Regards

Principal

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Christmas

RAMAKRISHNA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

M- BLOCK VIKASPURI, NEW DELHI -18

DECEMBER 25, 2020

MERRY CHRISTMAS

Dear Parents

Greetings

FROM HOME TO HOME AND HEART TO HEART, FROM ONE PLACE TO

ANOTHER,

EVEN IN THIS PANDEMIC STAYING FAR APART CHRISTMAS WILL

BRING US ALL TOGETHER.

Christmas is celebrated on December 25 and is both a sacred religious holiday and a worldwide cultural and commercial phenomenon. People around the world have been observing it with traditions and practices that are both religious and secular in nature. 

Christians celebrate Christmas Day as the anniversary of the birth of Jesus of Nazareth, a spiritual leader whose teachings form the basis of their religion.

Christmas 2020 will be very different from all the previous years because of the ongoing pandemic. Though outside celebrations are not encouraged,  to keep the celebration spirit intact, sitting at home and to promote religious harmony – a concept that indicates that there is love and affection among different religions in India, RKS has decided to organise certain activities:

TOPIC: CHRISTMAS

Class   I – IV                     :Prepare a card on Christmas, depicting various Christmas Symbols (Santa Claus, Christmas tree, snowman, etc.). Also write a Christmas Carol on it and gift the card to your loved ones. 

Class  V – VIII                  :Celebrate Christmas with your friends and relatives virtually and make a video of the same of less than 1 minute. Upload the same.

Class  IX – XII                  :Write a paragraph in 100-120 words casting light on the difference between Christmas celebrations before and after pandemic. 

Below is the link where the different activities are to be uploaded.

Last date of submission: December 31, 2020.

Link:  https://forms.gle/p296Xvq2a1snux6Y9

Regards

Principal

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International Anti Corruption Day

RAMAKRISHNA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

M- BLOCK VIKASPURI, NEW DELHI -18

DECEMBER 9, 2020

INTERNATIONAL ANTI CORRUPTION DAY

Dear Parents

IF CORRUPTION IS A DISEASE, TRANSPARENCY IS ESSENTIAL PART OF ITS TREATMENT.

KOFI ANNAN

 Corruption thrives in times of crisis and the ongoing global pandemic is no exception. Countries have hastily mobilized billions in funds to procure medical equipment and provide an economic safety net for citizens and businesses in distress. The urgent responses required, however, led some States to trade compliance, oversight and accountability for achievement of rapid impact, thus creating significant opportunities for corruption.

In 2005, the UN General Assembly designated 9 December as International Anti-Corruption Day, to raise awareness of corruption and of the role of the Convention in combating and preventing it. Corruption is a complex social, political and economic phenomenon that affects all countries. It undermines democratic institutions, slows economic development and contributes to governmental instability.

RKS firmly stands against corruption. To encourage Ramakrishnanians to knock corruption out of their society, and to take this task as their moral obligation, the school has organised activities for the students.

TOPIC: INTERNATIONAL ANTI CORRUPTION DAY

Class  I–IV   : Poster making on Anti-Corruption 

Class V–VIII : Poem composition on Anti-Corruption Day (Hindi/English) 

Class IX–XII : Paragraph writing in 100-120 words on the adverse effects of corruption on the  

                       society and how the present-day youth can play a significant role in eliminating

                       corruption.

Click pictures of the activities and use the below mentioned link for the different activities to be uploaded.

Last date of submission: December 20, 2020.

Link: https://forms.gle/ekKe7zz9K5FRfz7V9

 Regards

Principal

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Armed Forces Flag Day

RAMAKRISHNA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

M- BLOCK VIKASPURI, NEW DELHI -18

DECEMBER 7, 2020

ARMED FORCES FLAG DAY

Dear Parents

LET’S PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO OUR FLAG AND THE REPUBLIC FOR WHICH IT STANDS, ONE NATION, INDIVISIBLE WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL

Since 1949, 7th December is observed as the Armed Forces Flag Day throughout the country to honour the martyrs and the men in uniform who valiantly fought & continue to fight on our borders to safeguard the country’s honour. Soldiers are one of the greatest assets of any country. They are the guardians of the nation and protect its citizens at all costs. To fulfil their duties, they have sacrificed a lot in their lives. The country is forever indebted to these gallant heroes who are always ready to lay down their lives in the service towards the motherland.

RKS feels that it is our duty not only to show our admiration for the martyrs and the living heroes who were wounded while doing their duties but also salute them on this special day. To do the same, the school has organised activitiesfor the students.

TOPIC: ARMED FORCES FLAG DAY

Class   I  –   IV        : Card Making, showing soldiers keeping the Indian flag flying high

Class  V  –  VIII      : Poster Making, soldiers keeping a vigil watch at the border

Class IX  –  XII       : One or two paragraphs showing the brave deeds of our soldiers, if   

                                 possible with the relevant pictures.

Click pictures of the activities and use the below mentioned link for the different activities to be uploaded.

Last date of submission: December 14, 2020.

Link: https://forms.gle/WiCPzb2giNcMzZQR9

Regards

Principal

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