Admission for the Academic Year 2024-25
Parents seeking admission at National Public School, Yelahanka are requested to go through the following guidelines carefully before submitting the Registration Form.
As per the policies and directives of the Central Board of Secondary Education, we have the following guidelines for admission.
- The first priority is for siblings.
- The second priority is for children of our teachers and other staff members.
- Priority for admission is also listed for alumni of our school. As you are aware, NPS has been functioning since 1959 and hence we have a large number of applications from our alumni.
- The next priority is for the nationally mobile group including central services and other transferable services of India.
- There is also another category of people who are internationally mobile and are coming from CBSE schools outside India. Bangalore is seeing a large number of this migratory group who are seeking admission to CBSE schools.
- The next priority is for the general category.
Admissions to Grades 1 to 9 are not being offered as there are no vacancies at these levels.
- For registrations to Montessori - 1, the child must have attained the age of 3 years by 1st June, 2024.
- For registrations to KG - 1, the child must have attained the age of 4 years by 1st June, 2024.
- For registrations to KG - 2, the child must have attained the age of 5 years by 1st June, 2024.
Admission to Grade 11 is not based solely on the performance of the student in the entrance tests. An equal weightage is also given to the past performance of the student and the aptitude of the student through an interaction process.
Registration for admission does not guarantee a seat. We would like to reiterate that admission at every level is subject to vacancy.
NPS' philosophy of working with small numbers (an average of 30 in a class) ensures a personalised, individualised learning experience in a caring and creative atmosphere.
Considering the limited number of seats available at all levels, it is expected that those who seek admission will realise and understand the constraints the institution faces. The disappointment of not getting admission should not become a matter of unhappiness amongst parents.
Please note that the school does not send a regret letter or email in case the school is unable to offer admission.