We make sure we include those who have need us the most.
Admissions @ DIKSHA
Children from disadvantaged families who register their names in DIKSHA for admission are scrutinized on the basis of
- an admission test and
- their parent/guardian’s interview
Admissions are given to deserving students on the following basis:
- Children of Single parents
- Children of Needy parents (monthly income less than INR 20000)
- Children belonging to minority community (Muslims or Christians).
- Siblings of students already studying in DIKSHA
- Students who have been trying to get admission from past two/three years.
We take 30 students in Nursery every year.
While DIKSHA is an NGO, we give a lot of emphasis to keep our school structured and follow CBSE rules. What does this mean in practice? It means that children are not admitted mid-session, they are required to attend all classes, do their homework, give their exams, participate in co-curricular activities.
It is important that parents, even when they are uneducated themselves, feel a part of this journey. Frequent parent-teacher meetings are conducted to make sure they partake in the process of their child’s development and work with the school to help their children achieve their maximum potential.