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Delhi Nursery Admission: Delhi private schools will release second list for nursery admission today.

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The second list will be released on Monday for admission from nursery to first class for the academic session 2024-25 in private schools of Delhi. After the release of the first list, seats have been filled in most of the schools, but some schools are going to release the list regarding admission.

According to the information, the admission process for general seats from nursery to first class is going on in private schools of Delhi for the academic session 2024-25. In this regard, the school will release the second list today. Since most of the seats in most of the schools are filled in the first list itself, only a few schools will release the second list. After this, there is very little hope of any other list being released.

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Jyoti Arora, Principal of Mount Abu Public School, Rohini, said that the second list will be released on Monday. Admission is left for 10-15 seats. Parents must ensure the admission of their children this time. Dr. Satveer Sharma, Principal of Vidya Bal Bhawan Senior Secondary School, Mayur Vihar Phase 3, said that admission has been done on most of the seats in the first list. Releasing the second list for the remaining seats on Monday.

Rohit Dua Patel, Managing Director of Little Flowers Public School, Shivaji Park, said that the second list will not be released. If any admission is withdrawn then in that case those on waiting list will be given priority.

Academic performance of schools will be evaluated

On the other hand, there will be standard evaluation of Delhi schools. In this, everything from the academic performance of the schools to the infrastructure and many other facilities will be evaluated. A report will also be prepared regarding this. In this regard, Samagra Shiksha Delhi, which comes under the Education Department, has issued a circular. Funds in this regard have also been released to 903 schools.