Admission
  • All applications for admission should be addressed to the Principal so as to reach him in the month of June or July of the year before which admission is sought and should have appended a stamped, addressed envelope for reply. Applications for admission received after 31 July will not be entertained. No system of registration a year or more in advance is in existence in this College.
  • Selection Tests for only the two new Classes admitted each year are normally taken: Class 1, (Day Scholars only) and Class 3 (Boarders and Day Scholars). In the event of vacancies which occur from time to time because of unforeseen withdrawals, the principal may, at his discretion admit new students on the basis of their academic performance in other schools and their performance in a selection test which may be conducted by the school.
  • The Principal is empowered to admit, or refuse admission to, any pupil at his discretion and to request the withdrawal of any pupil either in the interests of the College or in the pupil’s own interests.
  • When a student, who has been selected for admission and on whose behalf all dues associated there with have been remitted, is withdrawn before the date of reopening, or without notice and permission fails to arrive within three days thereof, he forfeits his right to admission as well as all dues remitted on his behalf.
  • Seeking admission through the intervention or persons of influence or through other sources know or believed to be on friendly terms with members of the College Staff or Management, is a futile exercise which prejudices rather than enhances the candidate’s prospects of admission.
  • Boys are not admitted to class IX or to class X. Boys should not be sent to College with expensive watches, cameras, mobile phones or other expensive articles. The College authorities will not be responsible if parents ignore this advice.
  • No boy will be admitted without his Birth Registration Certificate, in original, his Transfer Certificate from the last school attended by him and his Baptism Certificate, when applicable. Should a prospective candidate fail to produce these documents as and when required, his admission shall be refused and all fees deposited on account thereof shall not be refundable.
  • A student’s name and date of birth, as recorded on the official documents noted in (g) above are official and legal and will not be changed subsequently by the College Authority.
  • should real necessity, such as illness, detain a student on or after the official date of opening, previous arrangements will have to be made with the principal so that the boy’s place may be secured.
  • Pupils are required to be present in College for the full academic year. Vacancies will not be reserved for latecomers. Neither will leave be granted before the official closing date. No reduction in fees will be made for any period or periods of absence during the year.
  • A student is eligible for admission as a Day scholar only when his parents are bona fide residents of the town of Nainital or its immediate environs. Students residing locally with relatives or boarding with friends are not eligible for admission. They may be accepted for admission, however, only when the Principal is satisfied that arrangements for their proper care and discipline are fully satisfactory and when a written guarantee to that effect is given to him by the parents.