Delhi Government Scheme for Nursery Classes in Delhi Government Schools – Sab Padenge Sab Bandenge

With the Delhi government focussing on the education of the future of the nation, the youth and the children, several new schemes have been implemented which are targeted towards the entire young generation. The Delhi Government launches one such scheme that has been introduced this year. The Delhi Government scheme (part of the Delhi Sarkari Yojna) is focussed towards the children below the age of four seeking admissions into governmental schools for the primary and nursery education.
Delhi Sarkar has been doing the best job in the education sector while ensuring that every fund released for the education of the children is used properly. It is the first state government that has allotted the highest budget for the education. Their this step is really commendable, and now this new Delhi Sarkari Yojna for Education of Poor People – Nursery Class Scheme (Nursery Admission Yojna), parents who were not able to afford the high fee of Nursery schools will now be able to see their children going to a nursery school.  

Delhi Government Scheme for Nursery Classes in Delhi Government Schools – Sab Padenge Sab Bandenge

 
The nursery classes in Delhi government schools also known as the Sarvodaya Vidyalayas is set to open on the 18th of March 2017. The online registration for the applications of the school, however, has already started back on the 4th March 2017.
Application for Nursery Admission in Delhi Government Schools (Delhi Sarkari Schools) can be submitted online. The online application can be filled on the official governmental website, www.edudel.nic.in.
After the announcements were made back at the beginning of January for the admission criteria and reservation of seats by the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi in private schools, this news is focussed more towards the parents seeking education for their child in governmental schools which often is considerably cheaper. And, now the efforts of Sir Manish Sisodia, Arvind Kejriwal, and the Team are making the education in Sarkari School not only cheaper but the best.
The Delhi government has also made sure to reserve a few seats in each college for the following categories or students,
  • 15% for Scheduled Caste students,
  • 3% for physically disabled students,
  • 2% for wards of the DoE employees, and
  • 1% for the children of the teachers in these schools.
Over 150 governmental schools around Delhi will be accepting applications from the parents trying to admit their children into national schools. The nursery classes in Delhi Sarkari School will be focussed more towards providing a wholesome education for the kids to form a firm foundation for learning and memorising habits which are necessary for further education in the Indian Education system.
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