Admission Process

 

  1. Registration Procedures and Rules
  • Registration Forms are to be filled in and submitted to the School Office before the end of the Registration period.
  • Incomplete or illegible Registration Forms, without photographs will not be processed/accepted.
  • Date for interaction will be given at the time of registration. The School authorities reserve the right to change the date and time of Interaction/Aptitude Test.
  • Mere issuing of form and registration does not guarantee admission, which is subject to the availability of seats and other procedures.
  • Photocopy of Birth Certificate issued by Municipal Corporation or concerned civic authority must be attached with the Registration Form for Class Pre-Nursery, Nursery & Prep. Photocopy of Report Card of the last exam passed must be attached with the Registration Form for Classes I & above. If the results have not been declared, admission will be subject to submission of the document after the results and till such time admission granted will be provisional.
  • Age for admission to Class Pre-Nursery is 2 and half years in April. Age should be properly specified on the forms.

 

  1. Admission Procedure

    Aptitude Assessment & Interaction:
    There will be an aptitude assessment for students seeking admission from Class 3 and upwards. Only those candidates who clear the assessment will be called for an interaction.

    Admission Formalities

    • Candidates, whose names are included in the list must pay the fee by the dates indicated on the list, otherwise admission will automatically stands cancelled.
    • Parents are requested to carefully fill and submit the Admission Form, Transport Form and Medical Form at the time of payment of fee.
    • The date of birth of the child is required to be supported by the Birth Certificate in original issued by the Certificate issued by Municipal Corporation Local Body as applicable, along with a certified Photostat copy thereof. An affidavit or any other evidence is not acceptable in place of Birth Certificate. It is to be attached with the Admission Form for classes Pre-Nursery, Nursery & Prep. For class 1 and above, Transfer Certificate is to be attached.
    • The child will be granted for the student Identity Card only after all forms are duly filled and the admission formalities are completed.
    • Parents are to report to the Reception Counter of the School on the dates specified in the joining instructions.
    • Your ward has to report in School Uniform, along with Books and Stationary as prescribed by the School.

 

  1. Refund of Fees
    • Fees once paid is NOT REFUNDABLE for any reason whatsoever.

 

  1. Withdrawal Rules
    • Application for withdrawal is to be made on a prescribed Performa available in the School office. No child can be withdrawn till a written request from parents is put up. A one month notice period or one month notice fee is required for withdrawal.
    • Clearance must be obtained from the laboratory and library in charge and other departments before applying for withdrawal.
    • Transfer Certificate will be issued after one week of the receipt of the application and clearance of all dues.
    • Once the T.C. is issued, a child will be considered as a fresh applicant for Admission.

 

  1. Transport Rules
    • Request for using the School transport must be made at the beginning of the session.
    • It will be the sole responsibility of the parents to escort the child to and from the designated bus stop. The transport facility is extended at the sole risk and responsibility of the parents.
    • Any suggestions or complaints should be reported to the Transport In charge. Parents cannot give instructions to driver or conductor or call him on phone.
    • The vehicle will stop only at the pre-decided stops for picking up children. A parent CANNOT request pick up and drop from two different stops. Those who are late will reach School on their own.
    • For security reasons, students who miss the School vehicle from the assigned stop will not be picked up from subsequent stop.
    • In case a Parent/Guardian is not present at the stop to pick up the child while being dropped back, the child will be driven back to the School. The Parent/Guardian will have to then pick up the child from the School.
    • On the first day of School, the parent must drop the child. Transport facility will begin from the dispersal time.

 

  1. Right of Alteration/Modification
    • The Management reserves the right to modify, alter and or include any other terms and conditions that may be deemed fit in the interest of the institution, without prior notice.

 

  1. Medical Facility
    • The School has a well-equipped Medical Room to deal with any emergency.
    • The School provides facilities for First-Aid only.
    • The School cannot be held responsible for injury suffered by a child. No reimbursement of charges would be made towards any medical treatment.

 

  1. Procedure of Fee Payment
    Fees is charged quarterly for every student.

    • Fee at the time of admission is to be paid by Demand Draft/ Cheque.
    • The name of the ward, Class and Admission No. & Phone No. of the parents should be written at the the back of the Demand Draft/ Pay order/Cheque.
    • Fee is payable at the School office between 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
    • Those using the School Transport must ensure that the correct amount is paid along the fee.
    • Quarterly fee is due for payment, by the 10th of every month. A Fine of Rs. 50/- per day will be levied from the 11th of every month in which School dues are to be paid till the end of the month. In case where a cheque issued for any payment is dishonored by the Bank for reason of insufficient funds, a penalty of Rs. 500/- will be charged and if dishonored due to any other reason a penalty of Rs. 200/- will be charged. The name of the child is liable to be struck off the rolls, if the fee is not paid by the last date of the concerned month.

 

  1. Disclaimer: All the above terms & conditions are subject to amendment from time to time as per the decision of the School Management. The decision of the School Management shall be final in all matters pertaining to the admission process and matters of the School.

 

  1. Important Information:
  • No certificates are to be submitted along with any form unless specified.
  • This form is only for Registration for Admission.
  • Kindly attach the Report Card of last exam passed for Admission to Class 1 and above.

 

  1. Note: Only the Registration Form should be submitted at the time of Registration.
    Admission Form and other forms are required only after the child is granted admission.
    Kindly keep a photocopy of all forms for your records.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

1How is Delhi World Public School different from the other Schools?
  • The proven pedagogies of Delhi World Public School different from other schools. The Delhi World Public School, Zirakpur is an innovative effort to integrate the best ideas taken from all good practices in India and around the world. All Delhi World Public Schools are committed to provide state of the art education, incorporating Indian values and the world culture, aiming together to create global citizens as torch bearers of a dynamic and harmonious world.
  • Every child is encouraged to inculcate the values of citizenry; commitment to good health, high values and sensitivity to the environment.
  • We strive to guide and support each child in their journey from primary to senior school and prepare them for the journey beyond school.
  • We are not just another school, teaching what is in the course. Neither do we forget our children after school hours. We treat our students as our ambassadors and would like them to be sensitive and pleasant at ALL times. Unlike other schools, we take upon ourselves, the onus of teaching manners and grooming the personality of our children.
  • We offer our children world class infrastructure. We have a centrally air-conditioned Wi-Fi campus. We have modernized computer labs that are fully committed to digital learning. The school has internet as well as intranet for children and teachers. Our Library is equipped with the latest books and all national and international periodicals for children. No stone is left unturned to ensure that Delhi World Public School, Zirakpur is truly world-class.
  • Delhi World Public School does not only believe in developing academic literacy but also the overall development of  the child
  • Personalized attention is due to small numbers in class.  Each section has only 25-28 students .
  • The teaching-learning process is based on understanding of concepts.
  • Our teachers are facilitators, who are trained to motivate and inspire the 21st century learners in their charge.
  • In addition to excellent teaching and learning facilities, the school is encouraged to offer a variety of creative courses and advanced opportunities in the sporting and cultural fields. And just as every DWPS is special, every student of the school is nurtured and empowered to blossom in their own special way.
2 Which classes do you cater to?
DWPS imparts education from Pre-nursery to Grade X.
3Which Board do you offer?
The school is affiliated to CBSE vide Affiliation No. 162247. We have the CBSE board for all classes. The Pre-primary wing combines the best of pedagogies and incorporates a holistic approach.
4What is the Admission procedure?
  • Registration for all classes starts in the month of November every year.
  • The Prospectus and Registration Form are available in the School Office between 09:00 a.m. & 3:00 p.m. daily.
  • Prospectus and Registration Fee is Rs. 1000/-
  • Registration does not imply admission.
  • The Director/Principal reserves the right to refuse admission to a child.
  • Registration Fee is non-refundable.
5Documents required
  • Photocopy of Birth Certificate
  • Photocopy of Proof of residence
  • Transfer Certificate from the last school attended (Class I onwards)
  • Photocopy of Report Card of last class attended (Class I Onwards) 
  • Photocopy of immunization card
  • Six passport photographs of the child
  • Two passport photographs each of mother and father
6Procedure for Pre-primary Classes

Age Eligibility (as on 31st March):-

  • Pre-nursery – Two and half years plus
  • Nursery – Three and half years plus
  • Preparatory- Four and a half years plus

 Please note: - Registered parents will be duly notified for interaction with the Principal.

7Procedure for Grades I to IX
  • Registered candidates will be provided with the syllabus for the written Entrance Evaluation and   the date for the same will be duly notified.
  • Grades III – English, Maths, Environmental Science
  • Grades IV to IX – English, Maths, Science
  • Once the Entrance Evaluation is cleared and Admission is granted, the parent will be required to complete all formalities related to fees, within one week.
  • Admission depends on availability of seats. 
  • ( Admission to Grade X will be granted on prorata basis ).
8Who forms the Board of Governors?
The Board of Governors comprises of extremely imminent personalities.

  • Mr. Kewal Krishan Garg (Chairperson)
  • Mrs. Riya Garg (Director)
  • Mr. Sumit Garg (Director)
  • Mrs. Jyoti Nagranee (Principal)
  • Mr. Rajiv Bhatnagar (Member)
  • Dr. T.S .Kler (Member)
  • Mr. Sunil Gupta (Member)
  • Mrs. Deepa Raghavan (Member)
  • Ms. Shibani Kashyap (Member)
  • Mr. Rajeev Talwar (Member)
9 Which co-curricular activities do you offer?
  • The DWPS, Zirakpur is aimed at developing confident, well-rounded students with capabilities and the spirit to reach for the stars. The curriculum provides a rich variety of co-curricular activities, which we consider not extra but an ESSENTIAL part of a child’s education.
  • These include Indian Dance, Western Dance, Indian Music, Western Music, Yoga, Martial Arts, Drama, Debating, Elocution, Abacus, Calligraphy, Best out of Waste, Culinary, Photography, Art and Craft, Life Skills amongst many others.
  • The school organizes and encourages students to take part in social activities to raise awareness about the diversity of our communities and to instill in them a spirit of citizenship and universal tolerance. These activities expose children to people from a variety of backgrounds and awaken in them a sense of community, cooperation and service to others.
10What Sports disciplines do you offer?
  • At DWPS, Zirakpur, sports play an  important role in the life of a child. Sports and Games are compulsory and valued part of the curriculum and an integral part of a child’s development. The qualities of leadership, teamwork, and sporting spirit are learned on the sports fields.
  • School Sports programmes include inter and intra-school competitive sport, outdoor recreational adventure sports, as well as regular fitness and physical recreation activities
  • Therefore, every child at DWPS, Zirakpur is encouraged to take up a sport. Our gymnasium facility and playgrounds provide for varied indoor and outdoor sports including Cricket, Football, Volleyball, Badminton, Lawn and Table Tennis, Chess and much more. Our sporting facilities are for both indoor and outdoor sports and include 360 degrees running track, cricket pitch, cricket nets, football ground, basketball, badminton, lawn tennis and volley ball courts.
  • In addition to Physical Education teachers, the school also provides professional coaches. The sports teachers do the ’talent spotting’ to encourage children to take up the sport that most suits their interests and skills. 
11What other facilities are offered by DWPS?
  • Green School Concept: We are committed to instilling the concept of sustainability in our staff and students. Two key aspects of our curriculum are to generate solar energy and recycle domestic waste. Students are encouraged to explore these concepts via appropriate projects. Students explore the concept of solar cells and storage of energy via hands on experience in our labs and also take up projects to streamline waste generated at the school and carry out composting of biodegradable materials and recycling of other non-degradable waste.
  • Botanical Garden: The botanical garden provides children with an environment to experience the magnificence and vast variation in trees, plants and herbs.
  • Mathematics Lab: The mathematics lab allows students to experience the multi dimensional nature of mathematics and its applications in everyday life. We explore mathematical concepts via games, puzzles and other modern teaching aids, for children to develop an interest in Maths.
  • Language Lab: Our language laboratory is fitted with latest multimedia equipment and extensively utilizes audio-visual aids to make the learning of languages enjoyable and effective. Students are able to practice speaking a new language, record their work and take part in interactive sessions to improve their language skills.
  • Social Science lab: Social Science laboratory has equipment, apparatus and materials required for each subject such as maps, globe, ethnic artifacts, etc. to promote practical as well theoretical learning. It provides a work space for students and teachers to carry out interactive activities such as role playing, visualization, sharing, competing/cooperating, problem solving or focus on group discussions.
  • Computer Lab: The computer Lab is well resourced with ultra high-speed central servers and the latest educational software linked to the worldwide-web (with adequate security and safety features) to allow students to use these facilities for learning about different topics related to their curriculum as well as gaining expertise in using the computer and the internet.
    • E-Library: In addition to our library we also have an extensive e-library which can be accessed by students from within the school as well as from home. Students use the e-library to prepare presentations of their work which also helps them to improve communication skills.
12Can you tell us about the curriculum you offer?
  • The Curriculum of DWPS adheres to the National Curriculum Framework 2005 (NCF 2005) and the CBSE curriculum. The Foundation believes that the classroom experiences of children are to be organized in a manner that permits them to construct knowledge in consonance with the child’s nature and context, thus providing equal learning opportunities for all children.
  • Teaching aims at enhancing the child’s innate desire and acumen to learn. Activity is at the heart of children’s attempt to make sense of the world around them. Therefore, every resource is deployed in a child-centric manner to enable them to express themselves, handle objects, explore their natural social milieu, and to grow up in good health.
  • Our School aims at the overall development of each child in every field, be it academics, sports or extracurricular activities. Our curriculum is updated and upgraded taking into account the changing needs of the times.

Our Guiding Principles are as follows:

  • Teaching and learning to shift away from rote methods.
  • Curriculum to be enriched enough to go beyond  textbooks
  • Teach less to learn more.
  • Opportunities to be created to enhance the ability of children to link learned knowledge to life outside the school.
  • Examinations to be more flexible and integrated with classroom life.
  • Classroom experience is directed towards becoming good citizens with a sense of equality and compassion towards others.
13What is your teaching methodology and how is it different from other schools?
  • DWPS aims to instill in each child a sense of inquisitiveness and exploration, and an urge for experimentation, observation and synthesis.
  • We endeavour to free the learning process from the confines of the four walls of classrooms and take it further to activity workshops, resource centres, laboratories and library, teaching less for learning more.
  • We borrow from the Nai Talim principles of Mahatma Gandhi whereby learning takes place by doing, where knowledge and activities are not separated from each other, and the virtuous character of the child is built to last a life time.
  • Emphasis is laid on learning from the environment combining spiritual philosophies with different subjects in the curriculum.
  • Audio-visual aids are used extensively to support the textbook lessons and make the learning impressionable. We do not solely depend on the chalk and talk method.
  • Learning is made more practical by introducing projects and research work as and when required.
  • Our low student teacher ratio ensures every student gets personal attention and is able to excel.
  • Our teaching methodologies and infrastructure are the best in this field. Use of dust free white boards instead of black boards.
  • Use of Smart Boards to explain important concepts.
  • Use of Audio-visual methods including power point and graphic presentations.
  • We promote seminars and brainstorming to bring out creativity.
  • Incorporating Theatre in Education, which fosters emotional development of children, thus leading to a better environment of learning, growth and development.
14 Do you offer any foreign languages?

  Yes, French is offered as foreign language from Grade VI

15 What does the School undertake for the Health and Hygiene of its students?
  • Infirmary- There is an in house Infirmary which does regular health checkups for all our children. It also provides the child first aid in case of an injury. There are regular health checkups for the staff also. We have trained staff in the Infirmary and a ready panel of doctors for quick referrals.
  • Water- Impure or contaminated water is the root cause of many problems. Our children drink water purified through RO (Reverse Osmosis) system instead of normal filters. Periodic checks are conducted.
  • Climate control- Our campus is fully climate controlled with no air or noise pollution. Instead of normal window AC’s, we have chiller plants which allow 7 air passes per hour. This means that the air is circulated 7 times per hour in each class room by way of induction of fresh air through the system.
  • Flooring – The School has ceramic flooring.
  • Food hygiene – DWPS believes in inculcating healthy eating habits in children and we encourage children to bring healthy and nutritious tiffin from home. Regular sessions with children are held to ensure they are apprised about various aspects of health and hygiene and importance of balanced diet. Regular medical checkups are conducted for students to monitor their growth.
16What do you do about safety and security?

The School takes the following measures towards disaster /crisis management –

  1. A safe and effective evacuation plan is displayed and drills are practiced periodically for emergency conditions like fire and earthquake.
  2. Fire extinguishers and fire safety equipments have been installed on all floors.
  3. The School is under CCTV surveillance at all strategic points like washrooms, corridors, entry and exit points etc.
  4. All visitors are issued passes to mark and authorize their entry and exit.
  5. No child may leave without a Gate Pass and after identification of the accompanying adult.
  6. Washrooms of both girls and boys are monitored by guards on duty.
  7. Buses are equipped with speed governors and CCTV cameras, with female and male attendants.
  8. Washrooms for Support Staff are situated far away from the Academic Block.
  9. The Child Helpline number is displayed in all the corridors.
  10. A committee for POCSO (Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act) and Crisis Management is in place for sensitization of students.
  11. Teachers are on negligence duty during the interval.
17How many students do you have per class?
We maintain small teaching groups. We try to keep the student teacher ratio at 1:10. The maximum number of students in the class is never more than 25 to 28.
18How do you deal with children who require special academic care?
The low student teacher ratio is our strength. In case, there is a weak child, it is very easy to identify his problem area and take corrective measures. The teacher gives such children additional time and attention and in case required, the child is referred to our Special Educator to help him/her overcome his/her weakness in a subject.
19What counseling facilities are provided in the School?

The School provides two types of counseling:

  • Student Counseling- We have highly experienced and qualified counselors to guide students on various issues. They deal with the social, emotional and academic lives of each student in the school. As and when required, the counselor interacts with the parents to help them understand their child’s problems better. Our counseling cell deals with the problems faced by students in their adolescence.
  • Special Educational Needs –Our S.E.N. (Special Educational Needs) department works for the needs and requirements of children with special educational needs. A lot of personal and individualized attention is given to each of these students. 
20Do you have transport facility?
Yes, we have transport facility. Complete details regarding various bus routes can be obtained from the Transport Office. Buses are air-conditioned.
21How do you pick up children i.e. from their house or any common point?
The children are picked up from a common point, close to the residence of the Child.
22How do you ensure safety of the children in the School buses?
  • The children are escorted by the male conductor and a female support staff in the bus.
  • Attendance is taken daily before a child boards a bus.
  • Rules and Regulations pertaining to transport are mentioned in the almanac also.
23Does the School incorporate inclusive education?
Yes, the School promotes inclusive education. The CBSE Board promotes inclusive education and ours is a ‘No Child Left Out’ policy.
24What is done to achieve Parent School collaboration?
  • Regular PTM’s are arranged for the students of all classes.
  • Parent School Association (PSA) has been formed so that parents can provide a necessary feedback and suggestions for school improvement, thereby working as a team with school.
  • Parents are invited to conduct workshops in the School. This takes our scheme of Parent-School collaboration to a completely new level.
25How does the School incorporate digital learning in the teaching learning process?
  • Technology is reshaping our educational system. Chrome books, laptops and tablets are the new educational essentials. Since we are dealing with the ‘millennium generation’, our aim is to make them full-fledged digital natives.
  • The computer lab is well resourced with ultrahigh-speed central servers and the latest educational software linked to the world-wide-web (with adequate and safety features) to allow students to use these facilities for learning about different topics related to the curriculum as well as gaining expertise in using the computer and the internet. We have highly equipped computer / laptop labs for staff and students. We are also keen to teach children about personal safety in the use of social media to ensure they are fully aware of the health and social risks involved.
  • The number of computer terminals enables the students to use them on a one to one basis. We are continuously upgrading our infrastructure and teaching learning systems, enabling all our students to become ‘smart’ learners of the 21st century.
26Do you take students out for excursions?
Yes, students are taken to various educational tours and we also organize tours, treks to nearby locations, are also organized.