KVS Admission Result 2021-22, Online Application Form Status, Eligibility Guidelines

The KV or Kendriya Vidyalaya are schools run by the central government. This is one of the largest chains of schools in the world and have more than 1100 schools under this system in India and 3 out of India (Tehran, Moscow and Kathmandu). These schools are instituted under the guidance of the Ministry of Human Resource Development. This system was originated in the year 1963 and the earlier name of the same was “Central School”. Eventually the name got modified to Kendriya Vidyalaya. All the schools under this system have the aim to provide education to the children of the defense personnel of India who are most of the time posted to certain far-off locations. To make sure that all the schools have the same level of studies, all the schools are affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education. Since Army started its own schools called as Army Public Schools, the education was further made available to the central government employees also. The curriculum followed in these schools are uniform and they have a common system of education and syllabus. The main advantages to the students of KVs are that the students do not face any issue related to their education in case of transfers of their parents from one place to another.

Kendriya Vidalaya Admission 2021-22

The Kendriya Vidalaya Sangathan has put out the admission notice for the year 2021-22. For Admission to Class I, the process of admission with start from 1st March 2018, morning 8 am onwards to 19th March 2021, evening 5 pm. For Admission in Class II, the process of admission with start from 2nd April 2021, morning 8 am onwards to 9th April 2021, evening 4 pm.

For registration for admission to classes II and above will be commenced only if there are certain vacancies. In Case of admission to class XI, the application forms shall be put out as soon as the class X results are out but this also would be subjected to availability of openings in Schools.

All the other details would be available on http://kvsangathan.nic.in/

How to Apply for KVS admission

For applying for online registration and application for admission to KVs, you need to first of all familiarize with the admission rules, guidelines and regulations at the following link

http://www.kvsangathan.nic.in/GeneralDocuments/ANN-27-02-2018(3).PDF

Here you would find all the general guidelines, special provisions, admission process and also various forms and formats are available here.

Parents are requested to only submit one application for one child. Multiple applications won’t be entertained and if any school finds that out, only the last application submitted to the school would be considered and all the previous ones would be considered null and void.

The step by step process for the same is as under:

  1. For the academic year 2021-22, all the registrations and applications pertaining to class I would be done through the admission portal. The link for this portal is https://kvadmissiononline2018.in/
  2. Please note that just registration and the submission of the application form doesn’t mean that the child can get admission to the KV. As mentioned earlier, the admissions are only offered in case the school has seats available and the application details are also as per the laid down guidelines from KVs. http://www.kvsangathan.nic.in/AdmissionGuideLine.aspx
  3. Parents need to check the results of the shortlisting of the individual schools on the date as announced by the KVs or individual school for declaring the results of the admission.
  4. If you are seeking admission under the “Special Provisions”, please go through the detailed guidelines as laid down by the KVs on the link mentioned above. The special category would be except the category of Special Girl Child. The parents are requested to submit an online application form through the online portal, and then get in touch with the Principal of the concerned school directlybut not through this admission portal. The parents must cite the enrolment id as assigned by the portal. This is unique ID and must be shared along with all the hard copies of the documents as required if applying under certain “Special Provisions”
  5. In case of admission under the Single Girl Child category, the parents must submit the online application form along with all the important documents or affidavits as required must be uploaded in the portal. This is just like any other process of admission application. In this case there is no requirement of meeting the Principal of the KV directly in which you are seeking the admission of your child.
  6. The fields that are marked with red asterisk sign (*) are compulsory to fill and the application process cannot move forward.
  7. The child who is seeking admission his first, middle and last name and the date of birth along with the valid mobile number and email address if required for contacting. In case the same child is seeking admission under the “Differently Abled” category, the declaration same must be given at the time of registration. Please note that these details once entered cannot be altered subsequently in the application form so the parents must enter the accurate details similar to that of documentary evidence for example birth certificate etc. available with them.
  8. After the registration is successfully completed, the applicant must log on to the submission portal and submit the application form. Simply registering doesn’t mean that the application form is submitted to KVs.
  9. The applicant shall receive a unique enrollment number after successful registration. The enrollment number is given at the time of signing up or registration along with the date of birth of the child and the registered email id. It shall be used to validate the applicant whenever he is trying to log on to the portal for application form submission.
  10. The parent can only fill one application form with one unique enrollment id. But they get to make a choice of up to three KVs in an individual form. In case the parents want to apply for more than 3 KVs they must register separately for the submission of application form to added KVs beyond three. For two separate registrations, the applicant can use same date of birth and email address but the unique enrolment id assigned will be different for each of the registration. This id is allotted automatically by the system. If the KV operates in two shifts, the same KV will be shown as two different KVs in the application form as shift 1 and shift 2.
  11. The applicants then need to “Save Application” through the button provided in the application form. The parents can also save the partially filled data and then continue filling the same form maybe later at some time available to them. Therefore, the parents are not restricted to fill up the form in one session only. Also please note that the “Save Application” button can only save the data so that the applicant can resume filling the form later and it doesn’t mean that the form is submitted to the KVs.
  12. For submission of the application form, it is important to log on to the portal and fill out the details as required in the form. Provide the documents also as required and click on the check box on the disclaimer where the parent must agree with the terms and conditions of the admission. After this the “Submit Your Application” button is pressed.
  13. In case, the parent has not filled in the mandatory fields and has not uploaded the mandatory documents, the submission of the application process would not move forward.
  14. In case you have submitted your application and you feel that you still need to make changes, you can do so until the last day of application which is detailed by the Kendriya Vidalaya Sangathan. You can log on to the portal with the help of your unique enrollment number, date of birth and email address which was being provided by you during the registration. But in case you did not click the check-box next to “I have read the above mentioned terms and conditions and I agree with them” and press the “Submit Your Application” button in the “Declaration and Submit” again, no changes made in the form would be visible to the KVS.
  15. No matter how many edits you have done in the form, you need to submit the application again. Also, the edits made in the application form which is already submitted cancels all the previous submissions made to individual Schools of KVS through the admission portal. Therefore it is of prime importance for Parents to know that “Submit Your Application” button under the “Declaration and Submit” tab of the application form is pressed surely after final edits are made to the application form.
  16. The documents required for admission and application form are displayed under the tab “Upload Documents” tab of the application form. The parents must upload the pictures or scan copies of the documents which are required to support the facts as mentioned by the parents. The files must be either in PDF or JPEG format and must be of the size 256 Kb at the max. Pictures with proper resolutions must be taken and it must be made sure that all the details are clearly visible. After you log in, you can see the top of the online application form some of the pro forma document samples.
  17. The parents must save and print the enrollment id as assigned after the registration and also after the application submission an acknowledgement page is shown so it should be saved as well.
  18. The parents can find the instructions to fill up the admission application form on the KVS website along with other important information as well.
  19. If the admission is confirmed by the KV, the original documents must be presented to the concerned school while submission of the form. For the guidelines related to admission check out http://www.kvsangathan.nic.in/AdmissionGuideLine.aspx

What are the instruction to fill up the form?

The various Instructions to fill the form for the online admission application process are as under:
  1. Reading and understanding the instructions – Once the user opens the portal the instructions on filling the form also appear. For the first time users, it is compulsory to read and understand the instructions before registration or filling up the form. Once it is done, the user then needs to check the declaration checkbox confirming that they have read and understood the instructions. After which the user can proceed and he will be re-directed to the sign up page where they are required to do the registration.
  2. Registration or sign-up for first time users – To sign up, the users need to register in this portal with the information such as:
    • Complete name of the child (First, Middle and Last name and it cannot be edited after signing up) so the parents must enter the name as is in the birth certificate or any other document which certifies the full name of the child
    • Date of birth – Must be similar to the certificate issued by the authority. Please note that the age limit for admission to Class I is 5 years and the maximum admissible age is 7 years as on date – 31st March 2018. 2 year relaxation is given in the upper age limit to the “Differently Abled” candidates. Therefore, the permissible range of date of birth for a child seeking admission in NOT “Differently Abled” is 1st April 2011 to 1st April 2013 and for applications in “Differently Abled” category, the permissible range of date of birth of a child is 1st April 2009 to 1st April 2013. The registration or sign up process will not proceed in case the date of birth does not falls in the range mentioned above. The scanned copy of the proof of date of birth must also be uploaded while filling up the online admission form. For students of class I, the birth certificate serves as a proof of age. You can get it issued by competent authority such as Notified Area Council, Municipal Corporate, records of village panchayat and Military hospital and the service records in case of defense personnel. At the time of admission, the original certificate of date of birth must be produced and the same shall be returned after thorough verification.
    • If the child is differently abled choose yes if applicable or else No. this is a mandatory column as well and cannot be modified post registration. In case the child is disables, a scanned picture of proof of disability can be uploaded at the time of filling up the admission form. The proofs can be:
      • A certificate from the civil surgeon or rehab center or anyone else as declared competent from the GOI.
      • In case the handicap is clearly visible to the principle then the candidature may be accepted for admission without the certificate as well. But even then it is advised to get the relevant certificates and submit at the KV.
    • Email address – It is a compulsory field where you would be required to enter the valid email address as if needed this will be used by KVS/Vidyalayas for any further communication.
    • Mobile number – Another compulsory field wherein you would be required to enter valid mobile number as it will be used by KVS/Vidyalayas for further communication whenever required.

Please note – The information that is entered in the columns mentioned above during the time of registration will be shown pre-filled in the application form for admission and one cannot modify these later. Therefore the information filled must be entered carefully and after entering the accurate details, enter the “Submit” button. The acknowledgement page will then pop up where you can find your unique enrollment id which is of 17 digits. This number must be saved and not shared with anyone as this number if further used to log back in to the admission portal and submit the form. Also it is not possible to submit the application form for admission without the enrollment id.

To log back in the submission portal of application form hit “Click here link at the bottom of the page where you got the acknowledgement once you have successfully registered. Or if you are already registered, you can directly login after reading and understanding the instructions.

3.       The sign in or Login to the admission portalLogin (sign-in) to the admission application portal

To login the portal, enter the below mentioned details as provided during the time of signing up:

  • Enrolment ID which was generated after successfully registering for the first time
  • Email address used while signing up
  • Date of birth of child

After entering all the details correctly, you can “Login” and an online application form will pop up.

4.       Filling up of the admission form and uploading the required documents Filling in admission application form and uploading documents

The application form for admission is segregated into 5 parts, each prearranged and offered under a different separate tab. The sections are as under:

  1. Basic information,
  2. Parents details,
  3. Choice of schools,
  4. Upload documents,
  5. Declaration and submit

All the steps are explains in detail. Also please note that you can save the information in each of these steps. For more clarity you can refer to points 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 under General Instructions to find out how you can save your application data, and how you can submit it to KVS.

Basic information – The basic information pertaining to the child who is seeking admission must be entered in this step.
  • Child’s first, middle and last name:The data filled during registration will be shown here and this field cannot be edited.
  • Date of birth of child:The data entered during registration will be shown here and this field also cannot be edited.
  • Gender – Please make the appropriate choice – Male/Female/Third Gender
  • If you are applying under applying under the Single Girl Child category: Once the Gender of the child is chosen as Female this field gets enabled. If you are choosing this category for admission then choose “Yes” option. If “Yes” option is selected, then an affidavit must also be uploaded, and the girl child will be then considered for admission as per the rules of KVS regarding Single Girl Child applications.

Particularly, admissions under the single girl child category for class I are subjected to a maximum of two in class I per section. It is also inclusive of twin girl children.

  • In case of twin girls, one admission will be considered.
  • At the time of draw of lots, the names of both twin girls must be written on a single slip.
  • If the number of applications are more than the allotted seats in case of single girl child also inclusive of twin girl children which is the maximum of 02 in class I per section, the admission must be granted on the basis of priority category. If more applications are made in one category, all the applications must be taken together and the list of selected candidates must be prepared through the draw of lots.

Family income group:choose the appropriate option from the choices mentioned below:

  • Do not belong to low income group
  • Economically Weaker Section (EWS)
  • Below Poverty Line (BPL)

In case you choose option 2 or 3, then punch in the following details of EWS/BPL certificate as issued by concerned authorities:

  • EWS/BPL Certificate Number
  • EWS/BPL Certificate Date of Issue
  • EWS/BPL Certificate Issuing Authority

Differently abled category:This option is also given during the time of registration for the first-time user. This field also cannot be edited in the application form of admission.

A scanned picture of the proof of disability can be uploaded if required while filling up the admission application form such as a certificate from the civil surgeon or rehabilitation center or any other authority as defined by the GOI certifying that the child to be admitted is handicapped, wherever applicable.

In case, the handicap of the child is visually seen by the Principal, the child may also be considered as handicapped without a certificate. But even then the parents must obtain the relevant certificates from the authorities and submit it to the Vidyalaya at the time when required.

  • Caste Category: You must choose the appropriate field in this category. If OBC(NCL)/SC/ST is chosen, the admission for the ward will be considered under RTE. A scanned copy of the caste certificate also needs to be uploaded in the section “Upload Documents”.
  • If seeking admission under the RTE category:If the category chosen for the child is Differently-abled or SC/ST/OBC(NCL) category or EWS/BPL category, the ward will automatically be considered for admissions under RTE. For shortlisting under the RTE category, the distance criteria as mentioned shall be applicable:
    • Since Kendriya Vidyalayas are situated at places with density of population, they are categorized as under for spanning the limits of neighborhood:-
      • Major cities and urban area (All District Hqrs. & Metros) – 5 kms. radius
      • Places and areas other than included in 1 above.- 8 kms radius

Please Note:

  1. A scanned copy of the proof of residence will also need to be produced by all applicants and must be uploaded in the “Upload Documents” section of the online application form. Also a scanned copy of self-declaration in writing about distance may also be accepted to this effect from the parent.

Aadhaar Number: If the Aadhaar card of the child is available, enter the 12 digit Aadhaar number.

Blood Group: Choose the blood group of the child.

Then the parents must press the “Save Application” link before proceeding to the next tab. Once the data entered is saved, the parents are not required to enter it again. Also the saving of data doesn’t imply that it is available to KVS. After you have saved the data you can still make modifications. Once your admission application form is fully filled, only then you can “Submit Your Application”

Parent details – The details of the Mother and Father are then required whereinit is compulsory to enter the title, full name, residential address, nationality, state and city of residence, country of at least one parent. One cannot submit the application form unless this information is filled in.

Please note – If admission is being sought under the service category of a particular parent in a Vidyalaya, the complete details of the corresponding parent must be also filled in. In cases where admission is being sought in one Vidyalaya under the service category of one parent, in another Vidyalaya under the service category of another parent, details of both parents must be filled in.

Enter the details in the fields below in the form as these are mandatory fields:

  • Title
  • Full Name
  • Nationality
  • Residential Address
  • Country of Residence
  • State of Residence
  • City of Residence
  • Pincode of Residence
  • Telephone Number of Residence
  • Personal Mobile Number
  • Personal Email Address
  • Occupation
  • Organization
  • Official Address

Then the parents must press the “Save Application” link before proceeding to the next tab. Once the data entered is saved, the parents are not required to enter it again. Also the saving of data doesn’t imply that it is available to KVS. After you have saved the data you can still make modifications. Once your admission application form is fully filled, only then you can “Submit Your Application”

Choice of schools– Under this tab, a choice of up to 3 Kendriya Vidyalayas is given which means that the parent can apply for admission in up to 3 different Kendriya Vidyalayas with the help of same online application form. The Application details with respect to the specific Vidyalaya must be entered separately for every Vidyalaya. The basic information and details of the parent mentioned above shall be shared with all Vidyalayas to which you are seeking the admission of your ward.

For this you are required to select the tab – “Select School- 1” / ”Select School- 2” / ”Select School- 3” and enter Vidyalaya-specific details.

The Vidalayas chosen in one application form will be considered for the admission of the child independently. Enter the details in the columns as mentioned below and these are mandatory fields.

  • Select the State of School
  • Select School in the chosen state
  • School Category as each Vidyalaya falls under one category. Though once the Vidyalaya is selected, the category of the school will be automatically displayed.
  • Kendriya Vidyalayas under Civil SECTOR
  • Kendriya Vidyalayas under Defence SECTOR
  • Kendriya Vidyalayas under Project SECTOR
  • Kendriya Vidyalayas under IHL( Institute of Higher Learning) SECTOR
  • Region:Once you have selected the Vidyalaya the region of the school will be automatically displayed.
  • Service Category:Choose appropriate service categories from priorities in admission according to the Admission Guidelines of KVS.

Parents must carefully go through the priorities in admission mentioned below and select the highest priority category under which the admission application can be made to each of the Vidyalayas applied to.

PRIORITIES IN ADMISSION

The below mentioned priorities must be followed by KVS in granting admissions:-

Kendriya Vidyalayas under Civil/Defence SECTOR

Category I: Children of central government employees who are transferable and non-transferable and of ex- servicemen. This also includesthe wards of foreign national officials, who are deputed or transferred to India on bidding of Govt. of India.

Category II: Children of employees of Autonomous Bodies/Public Sector Undertaking/Institute of Higher Learning of the Government of India who have transferable and non-transferable nature of job.

Category III: Children of State Government employees who have transferable and non-transferable nature of job.

Category IV: Children of employees of Autonomous Bodies/ Public Sector Undertakings/Institute of Higher Learning of the State Governments who have transferable and non-transferable nature of job.

Category V: Children from any other category including the children of foreign nationals who are present in India due to their work or some other personal reasons. The Children of Foreign Nationals would also be considered only in case there are no Indian Nationals’ waiting for admission.

Please note – Preference to such wards shall be granted on the basis of number of transfers of the parents in the last 7 years.

Kendriya Vidyalayas under Public Sector Undertakings (Projects)/ Institutes of Higher Learning (IHL):

Category I : Children and grandchildren of employees working on Project Sector/Institutes of Higher Learning which are the sponsors of the Vidyalaya, children of the Project employees &the Post Graduate students who are working on long term research projects, children of regular Council of Wardens (COW) and children and grandchildren of the retired employees.

Please note that the preference shall be given to children and grandchildren of the serving employees, and of retired employees in this order.

Category II: Children of central government employees who are transferable and non-transferable and of ex- servicemen. This also includesthe wards of foreign national officials, who are deputed or transferred to India on bidding of Govt. of India.

Category III : Children of employees of Autonomous Bodies/Public Sector Undertaking/Institute of Higher Learning of the Government of India who have transferable and non-transferable nature of job.

Category IV: Children of State Government employees who have transferable and non-transferable nature of job.

Category V: Children of employees of Autonomous Bodies/ Public Sector Undertakings/Institute of Higher Learning of the State Governments who have transferable and non-transferable nature of job.

Category VI: Children from any other category including the children of foreign nationals who are present in India due to their work or some other personal reasons. The Children of Foreign Nationals would also be considered only in case there are no Indian Nationals’ waiting for admission.

Distance of school from residence (in Km): The parents must enter the distance of Vidyalaya from their residence and an undertaking certifying the distance from residence to the Vidyalaya needs to be uploaded in the “Upload Documents” tab before final submission of the online application form. This is a compulsory field that should be separately filled for every Vidyalaya you are applying to. The corresponding undertaking must also be separately uploaded by the parent in the “Upload Documents” tab for every Vidyalaya applied to.

Choose parent or grandparent whose Service Category and Transfers are to be considered for Admission: Select the service category of father/mother/grandparent carefully for each Vidyalaya. Please Note that the priority of service category can be different for all. Therefore the parents are advised to select the highest applicable service category for the selected Vidyalaya as it can affect the priority of admission. In case the “Grandparent” option is not allowed for a Vidyalaya in a particular category, this option cannot be selected in the online form as well.

Whether selected parent/grandparent type has been transferred in last 7 years, as on date: For this question you have to choose “Yes” or “No / Not Applicable” as suitable. For some specific service category this option may not apply so it will automatically be pre-set to “No/Not Applicable” and cannot be altered.

Please Note: An employee would be considered as transferred only if he has been transferred by the authorities from one placeto another place which is at minimum 20 KMSaway and the period of stay at a place must be minimum six months.

Please fill the table with transfer details (during last 7 years as on 31st March 2018): The transfer details must be entered here which are requested to be considered for the admission process. You can add a new row in a table by clicking on “Add Transfer Details” and can also delete a row by clicking on “Delete” button.

The details that do not match the criteria of being at least 20 kms away in distance and at least 6 months of minimum period of stay will automatically be disqualified and wouldn’t be counted as eligible transfers for applying for admission.

For applying for 2 additional Vidyalayas, the same procedure must be to fill in application details by clicking on “Select School- 2” and “Select School- 3”.

Then the parents must press the “Save Application” link before proceeding to the next tab. Once the data entered is saved, the parents are not required to enter it again. Also the saving of data doesn’t imply that it is available to KVS. After you have saved the data you can still make modifications. Once your admission application form is fully filled, only then you can “Submit Your Application”

Upload Documents

A list of documents that needs to be uploaded will be shown and it depends on the information that is entered in the previous parts of the online application form. The documents that are mandatory to upload can be seen as a red star is marked against them. The scanned copies of these documents needs to be uploaded or else the application to KVs cannot move forward. Please ensure that you are uploading the file in .pdf or .jpeg formatand must be up to a maximum size of 256 KB.

Below mentioned are the details of documents that are required as per the admission guidelines of KVS.

The formats of various declarations and affidavits that are required by the parents to provide at the time of admission or to upload on the portal are accessible on “Click here to download pro-forma of documents”.

The originals of the documents that have been uploaded must be then provided to the KV for thorough authentication if the child gets the admission to the Vidyalaya.

Information regarding documents required

  • As mentioned earlier, for Class I, certificate of proof of age in the form of a birth certificate issued by the authority competent to register births is required. A scanned picture of this certificate should be uploaded on the admission portal. The original certificate must be produced after the admission is confirmed. This shall be returned to the parent after due authentication by the Vidyalaya.
  • A proof of relationship of either of the child’s parents or grandparents with PSU (project sector)/ IHL employees would be needed. This document must be uploaded under the category of “Any other supporting documents” if suitable.
  • For children who are applying caste categories such as SC/ST/OBC (NCL)/EWS/BPL category, a certificate issued by the competent authority in concerned State Government / Union Government would be required certifying that the child belongs to the Scheduled Caste /Scheduled Tribe / EWS / OBC (Non-Creamy Layer ) / BPL wherever applicable. Initially the certificate of either of the parents may be accepted for admission of the ward but later the child’s certificate must be submitted within a 03 months of the date of admission.
  • A scanned picture of the proof of disability can be uploaded if required while filling up the admission application form such as a certificate from the civil surgeon or rehabilitation center or any other authority as defined by the GOI certifying that the child to be admitted is handicapped, wherever applicable.In case, the handicap of the child is visually seen by the Principal, the child may also be considered as handicapped without a certificate. But even then the parents must obtain the relevant certificates from the authorities and submit it to the Vidyalaya at the time when required.
  • For children who are applying under a service category where transfers are to be taken into consideration, a certificate of service stating the number of transfers during the previous 7 years must be produced and it should be duly signed and stamped by the head of office containing the name, designation and other important details in the block letters.
  • Uniformed Defence employees must provide certificate of retirement.
  • Residence proof
  • Passport size photos of your ward

Few things to note

  • Simple registration and the submission of an application form for admission does give a right to admission to any of the Kendriya Vidyalaya.
  • All the forms that are incomplete in any respect shall be rejected. In case there are still vacancies that remain open even after all the applications are considered, the principal of the Vidyalaya can allow the form completion later but at his own discretion.
  • If the parents are securing the admission on the basis of some wrong or fake certificate, it would be cancelled by the principal and no further appeal to the same would be entertained.
  • In case the parents of the child to be registered for admission in class I get transferred to another station the application should be considered to have been registered for admission in the Kendriya Vidyalaya at the new posting station even if the last date of registration of that place past. The original registration form must be transferred to the Kendriya Vidyalaya of the new station and a copy of the same must be secured in the Vidyalaya where the child was firstly registered.
  • With respect to the admission in Category I, II, Ill and IV, the genuineness of the Certificates as submitted by the parents in proof of their service must be perpetually authenticated by the Principal of the matching Vidyalaya.
  • The format of various declarations and affidavits that are required by the parents to provide at the time of admission or to upload on the portal are accessible on “Click here to download pro-forma of documents”
  • Also the parents must press the “Save Application” link before proceeding to the next tab. Once the data entered is saved, the parents are not required to enter it again. Also the saving of data doesn’t imply that it is available to KVS. After you have saved the data you can still make modifications.Once your admission application form is fully filled, only then you can “Submit Your Application”
f.     Declaration and submit

After you are done filling up the form and also uploaded the required documents, read and accept the declaration by clicking on the check-box next to “I have read the above mentioned terms and conditions and I agree with it”

One can view all the information filled in the form from the “Preview” button and this must be done before hitting the “Submit” button. After the information has been verified one can either choose to make changes by hitting the concerned tab or simply “Submit Your Application”. Once the application is submitted, all the details punched in the online application form shall be submitted to KVS and will also reach out to the Vidyalayas applied for.

As mentioned earlier, even if you have submitted the form, the changes can still be made any time till the last date of application, as mentioned by KVS. You can make changes by logging on to the application form submission portal with the help of your unique enrolment id, email address and date of birth provided during the registration. The changes made to the form shall NOT be visible to KVS unless the check-box next to “I have read the above mentioned terms and conditions and I agree with it” is ticked and the “Submit Your Application” button in the “Declaration and Submit” tab is pressed again.

Therefore, parents must ensure that they click the “Submit Your Application” button after entering all the details in the online application form.

  1. Reviewing the form, and checking declaration and then form submission

This is a very important step and it must be ensured by the parents that the form is being reviewed and all the fields marks mandatory are filled. The declaration is given and the form is submitted. This is noteworthy that the parents must press the “Save Application” link before proceeding to the next tab every time they edit the information. Once the data entered is saved, the parents are not required to enter it again. Also the saving of data doesn’t imply that it is available to KVS. After you have saved the data you can still make modifications. Once your admission application form is fully filled, only then you can “Submit Your Application”

  1. Confirmation of the submission

The online submission for the admission application form is done after the form is submitted.