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Class VI to IX
Since the school is completely residential, students are required to have an aptitude and state of readiness for living independently, away from their parents. Admission to Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya is through Aptitude tests and Counselling designed differently for difference classes. Aspirants for classes VI to IX are required to fill an aptitude questionnaire which judges their inclination and ability to perform well in a boarding school set-up.
Admission to Classes VI to IX is also through the Common Aptitude Test which is designed for IPSC schools and may be taken in any one of the centres mentioned on the website.
In addition to the school aptitude test, admission to Class XI is on the basis of the Aptitude Test designed by CBSE. This test may be taken in the school where the aspirant is studying in class X or it may be taken as part of Admission procedure in Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya. However, admission will remain provisional until she passes CBSE Class X and results are submitted to the school.
Selection of Stream for Class XI is done as follows.
Candidates passing Class X from CBSE Board.Aptitude Test is mandatory.
Candidates passing Class X from other Boards:
Aptitude Test is mandatory.
It is available only in Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, Administrative Office at Gwalior. It can be obtained from the School Administrative Office on payment of Rs. 1000/-. On written request the Prospectus can also be dispatched by post through registered AD or courier on the desired address. For postal dispatch, a demand draft of Rs. 1050/- (inland)/ Rs. 1000/- (foreign) drawn in favour of Principal, Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, payable at Gwalior is required to be sent along with the written request to send the Prospectus.
The applicant must be registered with Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya to be considered for admission through the selection procedure. The registration form is provided as a leaflet in the prospectus.
On the basis of age and result in the selection procedure, the School decides the class to which the candidate is admitted. A medical certificate, in accordance with the prescribed form must be produced before admission. The School reserves the right to reject or admit any candidate, notwithstanding the stipulated rules in the Prospectus.