An English Medium Residential Senior Secondary School for Boys at Nainital. Affiliated to CBSE. Member of IPSC. Estd. 1947
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Class IV is the point of entry into the school. Admissions are also offered in classes V, VI, VII VIII and IX provided the vacancies are there. Parents are required to get the names of their wards registered in advance by filling in the admission form and paying the registration fee, as per the details in the registration form which may be downloaded from the school website (www.birlavidyamandir.com).
Depending upon the vacancies, admissions from classes IV to IX (as boarders only), for the session commencing from March, are granted on the basis of an admission test-cum- interview, held at various centres.
All the new entrants have to produce their transfer certificates from the school last attended within a period of 15 days of their joining the school. They are also required to produce a medical certificate to the effect that they are free from all contagious and infectious diseases and are otherwise physically fit enough to be admitted to a residential school. If a student is found to be medically unfit after he joins the school, he is immediately sent back and the school fee is not refunded. Parents have to give a written undertaking to this effect at the time of admission.
Initial admission is valid only up to class X. For class XI one is required to seek fresh admission, which is selective and subject to the discretion of the Principal.
Promotion to the next higher class is done at the end of the annual examination, in accordance with the promotion policy, finalised by the examination committee.
Taking fresh entrants at class IV, the school prepares them for the All India Secondary School Examination and Senior School Certificate Examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi (Science and Commerce streams).
The medium of instruction is English.
The academic year begins in March and concludes in December, and is divided into two terms:
1) January to June
2) July to December (1st week)
The annual examinations for classes IV to IX and class XI are held in the month of December, whereas the examinations for classes X and XII, conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, take place in the month of March.
The school has two short breaks of about 15 days each in June-July (Monsoon break) & October-November (Festive Season break) and a long winter vacation for the months of December, January and February.
For the students of classes X and XII, a winter study camp is held at Lucknow, during the winter vacation, under the supervision of the senior teachers.
Birla Vidyamandir, Nainital (Uttarakhand) INDIA
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