(A) Priorities (As per AWES Red Book):-
I. The priorities for admission subject to availability of seats will be as under:-
Children of serving Army personnel including DSC (Ex-Army), children of Army widows and children of those TA personnel who have a minimum of 5 years embodied service.
Children of Ex-Army personnel retired/invalided out on medical grounds with pension, DSC personnel retired with pension from DSC.
Children of serving Air Force, Naval and Coast Guard personnel.
Children of retired Air Force, Naval and Coast Guard personnel.
Children of Ex-Army personnel who left Army with less than 10 years of service and not categorized as ESM.
Children of civilians paid out of Defence Estimates, Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF), MES, GREF, TA (when not embodied).
Grand children of serving/retired Army Personnel.
II. The above priorities of admission shall be suitably moderated to bring parity with the priorities of admission offered to wards of Army personnel by other services/organizations in their schools in the same station/location.
If due to acute shortage of classrooms there is difficulty in adjusting all children of serving Army personnel, SAMC may further prioritize children at Article 192 (a) as follows:-
2. Transfer cases from Army Public School and private recognized schools.
a. KV Transfer Cases.
b. Transfer cases from local schools within the city.
c. All other cases. In stations where there are two or more schools, a comprehensive policy will be drawn by respective BoA so that load is evenly distributed. It should be based on proximity of the school from residence and availability of seats.
Children under Article 192 (f), (g) and (h) will be considered Civil Children for the purpose of admission.
Children of civilian staff employed in the school will not be counted as civilians for this purpose.
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(c) Fee Structure:- The details is given below-
III. Orientation Programmes (Parents/students) :-
Orientation programmes for students are organised in the beginning of the session in the month of April
Open forum is organised in the month of Jun and Aug.
Feedback form for the parents are given during parent teacher meet.
(B) Age Limit:- (As per Red Book)
Where state rules are not being enforced, the age of a student on first admission to various classes in Army Public Schools shall be regulated as indicated below:
For Admission The student should have completed the under-mentioned to Class years of age on 31 March of the year in which admission is sought
I 5 Years
II 6 Years
III 7 Years
IV 8 Years
V 9 Years
VI 10 Years
VII 11 Years
VIII 12 Years
IX 13 Years
X 14 Years
1. The table above shall not be applicable if a student arrives on transfer from a CBSE recognized school with an age not matching the ages given above.