Admission Procedure

1. Admission to school is made through admission test. Priority is given to the children of Defence Service personnel.

2. Priorities of admission

  • Children of serving Army personnel, Army war widows.
  • Children of Army Ex-servicemen/DSC.
  • Children of serving Air Force and Naval Personnel.
  • Children of retired Air Force and Naval Personnel.
  • Children of civilians paid out of Defence, Estimates, Para Military Forces, MES, GREF, TA (when embodied).
  • Grand children of Army Servicemen/Army ex-servicemen.
  • Other children, Lok Shahayak Sena.

3. Admission of children of Serving Personnel coming on transfer from outstation can be made at any time during the year.

4. Students coming from Army Public School on transfer will not appear for an admission test in the new school if have completed one academic session in the   previous school and their academic record has been received with transfer certificate. Otherwise, they will also have to take an admission test in the new school and admission will be offered to them according to the decision of the Principal of the school.

5. Pupil seeking new admission as well as those coming on transfer from an Army Public School will have to produce a transfer certificate. In case that school is not an Army Public School, the certificate should be endorsed by the District Education Officer of the District in which the school is located. The endorsement should specifically indicate whether it is a recognized institution or not.

6. Admission of new students to classes I to IX in the school shall be made during the last week of March or 1st week of April.

7. Parents/ Guardian will submit the application for registration for classes I to IX on the prescribed form available in the office latest by 25th March.

8. Admission test will be conducted by the school on the dates to be notified by the Principal.

9. Admission will be allowed after a pupil qualifies in the test and submits the transfer certificate of the previous school along with the progress report of the last examination passed.

10. The standard of the admission test will be of the level of the annual examination of the class preceding that to which admission is sought. The admission test will be held in the following subjects:

  • Primary (II to V)      - English, Hindi, Arithmetic
  • Classes VI to VIII    - English, Hindi, Maths and General Science.
  • Class IX                 - English, Hindi, Maths, Science.
  • Admission to class X is not usually given except to the pupils coming on transfer and if there is any vacancy.

11. The Principal will arrange the Admission Test and his/her decision on admission will be final.

12. If in an admission test for admission to a particular class, a pupil is found unsuitable for the class, then this shall not entitle the pupil for admission to the next lower class automatically without and admission test.

13. A pupil who fails once at the annual examination may be admitted to the same class in the next session of the same or of any other Army Public School. A pupil who fails twice at the annual examination shall not be admitted even special cases.

14. The pupil should complete the age of 6 years on 31st March of the year for admission to class I but he/she should not be more then 7 years. The age for admission to other classes will be regulated accordingly.


  • In case of Defence Personnel, extract of their record of service, duly attested by their Commanding Officers will be accepted as a conclusive proof for age of their children.
  • Birth certificate issued by Military/Civil Hospitals as well as by Municipalities/ Village Panchayats will also be accepted.


  • Once recorded in the School Scholar Register, change in the date of birth will not be accepted.


  • As per APS rule.