GENERAL ADMISSION RULES
a. Admission in the School is granted through out the year.
b. Admission forms will be issued @ Rs 10/- per form and Registration fees will be charged at the time of the admission as
per the fee structure(given below).
c. Children of serving Army personnel coming on transfer from out station are admitted anytime during the year and they
are not denied admission, subject, however to the stipulation laid down by the CBSE in Classes IX-XII.
d. Admission of civilian children to Army Schools is not at the cost of service children, the latter are never refused
Priorities of Admission :
a. Children of serving Army personnel (including DSC), children of Army Widows and children of those TA personnel who
have a minimum of 10 years embodied service.
b. Children of Army Ex-servicemen, DSC pers Retd with Pension from DSC.
c. Children of serving Air Force and Naval personnel.
d. Children of retired Air Force and Naval personnel.
e. Children of civilians paid out of Defence Estimates, Para Military Forces including Coast Guard, MES, GREF,
TA (when not embodied).
f. Grand children of serving/retired Army personnel.
g. Other children.
If there is an acute shortage of classrooms and there is difficulty in adjusting all children of serving personnel, SMC
may further prioritise children at Article 193 (a) as follows:
a. Army School,APS Transfer cases and private recognized schools.
b. KV Transfer Cases.
c. Transfer cases from local schools.
In stations where there are two schools e.g. Delhi, Pune, Lucknow, Secunderabad, a comprehensive policy will be
drawn by respective Command HQ so that the load is evenly distributed. It should be based on proximity of the
school from residence and availability of seats.
* Children under Article 193 (e), (f) & (g) will be considered civil Children for the purpose of admission.
* Admission forms will only be issued to PRIORITY 1 cases i.e. Army personnel posted at Pune station/Camp
area and posted to Field area and who have applied for SF/allotted SF in Pune station. Offs whose study leave
has been sanctioned and attached with stn Cell Pune will also be issued the admission forms on the production
of movement order/sanction letter. Retired Personnel settling first time in Pune will be given forms provided proof
of resident & discharge order is produced.
Percentages of Civilian Children :
The strength of civilian children will normally be at the ceiling of 20% subject to availability of seats. Exceptions can be
made under the following circumstances:
a. Classes XI & XII In case seats are under utilized and for reasons of functional viability, Chairman may approve
civilian percentage beyond 20% in classes XI and XII. This increase will be up to a maximum of 30%. Any
increase beyond 30% will be with approval of Command HQ. This increase can be reviewed and withdrawn
at a later stage, if situation so warrants.
b. Classes IX to X Increase in percentage of civilian children up to 30% is permissible with the prior approval of
Command HQ. This increase should be reviewed yearly and withdrawn, if situation so warrants.
c. Other Classes There will be no increase in percentage of civilian children.
d. In stations where adequate number of Army children is not available and it is considered necessary to admit
higher percentage of civil children even in primary classes to ensure optimum utilization of school capacity,
the overall strength of civil children may be increased to 30% with the prior approval of Command HQ. This increase
can be reviewed and withdrawn at a later stage if situation so warrants.
Children of Foreign Nationals /NRls in Army Schools /APSs. Foreign/NRI children are allowed to be admitted in all
Army Schools/ APSs.