Admission Procedure 
Admission to classes VI - IX is on the basis of an aptitude test in English, Hindi and Mathematics conducted in the month of November every year for the session beginning 1 April of the subsequent year. 

Admission to class XI is in July after the class X Board results. Candidates need to clear an interview in late June / early July in order to qualify. Preference is given to girls from CBSE schools.

The cut - off percentage for  each of the subject streams is as follows:

Science 75% in General Science & in Maths.

Humanities 70% in English and in Social Studies.

Commerce (Without Maths) 70% in English, Social Studies & Maths.

Commerce (With Maths) 70% in English, Social Studies & 75% in Maths.

The Prospectus is available only from the Administrative Office, Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, Gwalior on payment of Rs. 1000/-

If downloaded copy of registration form is used for the registration of the student then a Demand Draft of Rs. 11050/- should be sent with the form. 

For postal dispatch through registered AD/ Courier, a demand draft of Rs. 1050/-( Rs 1000/- for prospectus + Rs 50/- postal charges)  drawn in favour of Principal, Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya to be registered with Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya to be considered for admission through an entrance test. The registration form is provided as a leaflet in the prospectus.

Duly filled registration form along with the registration fee and date of birth certificate issued by the Municipal Corporation, copy of Aadhar Card, copy of Samagra Id (for candidates from MP only), latest marksheet and two passport size photographs should be submitted to the School. The School sends a letter of confirmation of registration along with registration number after scrutiny of the registration form.

Details of the registration fee (non refundable) can be obtained from the School office. The amount is to paid by Bank Draft in favour of the Principal, Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, payable at Gwalior. Cheques  are not acceptable.
On the basis of age, result in the entrance examination and the interview, 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.

Girls are not permitted to remain in the School after completion of 18th year, nor after failure in any class for two consecutive years. Girls are also not permitted to remain in the School on failing a public examination of Class X and Class XII.