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December 9, 2014 at 3:26 pm #69872AnonymousGuest
If a student is admitted at a higher age (than the age wise rule now given) before 2013. will s/he face any problem? [e.g. class 1 at 7 yrs in 2012.]
cwsn can complete there upper primary education upto 18yrs. Can any body give the order for that.December 9, 2014 at 3:27 pm #80059AnonymousGuest
Sry , please read 9+ in place of 10+.
ThanksDecember 9, 2014 at 4:26 pm #80060AnonymousGuest
For admission in Class V in the coming session, the age of a child should be 10+ on 01/01/2015,
Please read No. 1167-SE(EE)/10M-186/2010 Date: 17/11/2014 carefully.December 9, 2014 at 4:56 pm #80061AnonymousGuest
gpgarain is right. It is 10+ but if one completes class four at 9+ (according to his/her admission in primary e.g. class I at 5+) He/she is allowed to get admission at class V at 9+.It is noted in the order mentioned in gpgarain post.December 10, 2014 at 3:00 am #80064AnonymousGuest
It may therefore be concluded that any student admitted prior to 2013 at any class can proceed to be admitted to the very next class in the session 2015 (irrespective to their age at admission).
1167 SE(EE)/10M-186/2010 dated 17.11.2014 supports my statement (pls refer the last paragraph of clause no. iii). The minimum age criteria for admission in pre-primary is fixed as 5+ from 2013 session as per Memo No.792(76) SE(EE)/10M/-186/2010, dated 20.11.2012.December 10, 2014 at 10:43 am #80066AnonymousGuesttapas999 wrote:……It may therefore be concluded that any student admitted prior to 2013 at any class can proceed to be admitted to the very next class in the session 2015 (irrespective to their age at admission)…..
Not below 9+, for he/she will face problem during registration in Class IX in future.December 10, 2014 at 2:32 pm #80068AnonymousGuest
I fully agree to your statement that he/she may face problem with registration but my query is different. My point is the school should take admission of student at 9+ in class V by following these orders. The school should not deny to take admission of these student but should inform the guardian about the fact on Registration matter. The age criteria may change in future.
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