Kendriya Vidyalaya school is of the best schools in India and located in all Indian states. Kendriya Vidyalaya Admission gives priority to children of staff of Central Government, State Government, Police, Army, Defense services. KV Schools have good discipline and is suitable for parents of students who have to relocate to different places due to transfer. CBSE syllabus is followed in Kendriya Vidyalaya schools which gives a good opportunity for students to study than ICSE, Sate syllabus. If your child is getting education at KVS school then they can go anywhere in India due to standard of education he receives.
Getting a Kendriya Vidyalaya Admission is not an easy thing for general public. There is special quota based on different religions, castes, OBC, SC, ST categories .etc. Along with this there is allotment for students residing near to this school. So parents who do not have any Sate, central govt job also tries to get their students admission to KV Schools. Kendriya Vidyalaya Admission 2017-18 Notification is announced on February 2017. Online application form is available at official website of KV Central School. From 8 February 2017 online application for Kendriya Vidyalaya Schools have begun.
Admission for LKG, UKG classes has been completed in 2016 itself. Now admission notification has been given for Class 1 (Standard I) were most allotment happens. Other than this admission for vacant seats from Class II to Class X is also done at KV as per this notification. KVS Admission guidelines for 2017-18 Academic year has been published. Online Registration for Class I has started from 8 a on 8-2-2017 and admissions will close by 4 pm on 10-3-2017. Last date for applying for Kendriya Vidyalaya Admission is 10 March 2017. KVS schools come under Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) of Indian Government.
Getting opportunity for your child to join in Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan school is a very prestigious thing for many parents.Highest number of applications are made in General catageory which has very less quota of 5 % per class.
Recommendation for seats allotments can be done by Member of Parliaments (MP) or Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) as per respective quota allowed. There is huge rush for getting an allotment in KV school with MP Quota. Another relief to many people to get their children’s Kendriya Vidyalaya admission is by caste quota.
Nearby residents within 3 km of any KV School can also apply and allotment will be done by conducting a lot from applications. This is also a luck factor a for a student to get admission in KV School.
So those who want to get their child’s education should do an online application for Kendriya Vidyalaya school which is nearest to them.
Kendriya Vidyalaya Admission 2017-2018
Kendriya Vidyalaya Admission notification advertisement for Class I given on 1-2-2017 (1 February 2017).
Online admission for Class 1 (1st standard) can be done by submitting filled in Application forms 8 am on 8-2-2017 to 4 pm on 10-3-2017.
Class 2 admission (Class II / Standard 2) applications can be done till 5-4-2017 and results of application will be known on 25-4-2017.
Reckoning of age shall be as on 31st March 2017. Reservation of seats will be as per KVS admission guidelines available on website.
Kendriya Vidyalaya online registration can be done through official websites of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan or KV Schools as follows. Application forms for KV Schools is also available here.
Also Read – KVS admission guidelines 2017-18 (PDF document)
Kendriya Vidyalaya Pattom admission (KV Pattom) is another school in great demand at Trivandrum, Kerala. Also read about Class I Admission 2017-18 for Pattom Kendriya Vidyalaya.
KVS Admission 2017-18 Guideline for Eligibility
Age of a student should be 5 years as on 31 March 2017 for getting admission to Class I (1st standard). Relaxation for child born on 1st April will also be given.
Age Limits for Application for Students for Kendriya Vidyalaya is mentioned as follows. There will be age relaxation for students as per KV guidelines.
- Standard 1 (Class I) – 5 to 7 years
- Standard 2 (Class II)- 6 to 8 years
- Standard 3 (Class III) – 7 to 9 years
- Standard 4 (Class IV) – 8 to 10 years
- Standard 5 (Class V) – 9 to 11 years
- Standard 6 (Class VI) – 10 to 12 years
- Standard 7 (Class VII) – 11 to 13 years
- Standard 8 (Class VIII)- 12 to 14 years
- Standard 9 (Class IX) – 13 to 15 years
- Standard 10 (Class X) – 14 to 16 years