Patna: Admission process in most of the private schools, including Saint Michael High School, DAV Public School and Holy Mission Secondary School and Notre Dame Academy, affiliated with ICSE and CBSE Board have begun from Monday in the city.

Forms were made available to students willing to seek admission in class XI on Monday.

In this connection, Brother Tarsius, Vice-Principal, Loyola High School Patna said that distribution of forms have been started from Monday in this regard. For the time being forms are being distributed to students who are willing to seek admission in those schools of the city and were asked to submit their forms till May 28.

Forms are being given to only those students opting for Science stream who have obtained 90 percent marks in class 10 exams.

Moreover, at Saint Michael School forms will be given to those students on May 24-25 who have passed from the ICSE Board. Apart from this, forms are being given to only those candidates seeking admission in Commerce stream who have obtained 85 percent marks in class 10.

Prospective candidates will have to undergo a test after the process of filling up of forms once completed and they would be given admission on the basis of test.

In this connection, SK Jha Principal, DAV Public School said that direct admission would also be given to those candidates who  have obtained 90 percent marks in class 10, whereas for Commerce stream 85 percent has been decided for admission. In this connection Shiv Bihari Roy, Director BD Public school, Patna said that forms will be distributed in the school from Tuesday.
Those who have obtained 80 perecent marks will be given admission directly.

On the other, Rajesh Kumar Principal Holy Mission Academy said that the admission process in the school has already started in his school.

Those who have got 65 percent marks are being considered for admission in Science stream in the school while those who have secured 55 percent marks in class 10 are being considered for admission in Commerce stream.


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