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GoodBye Queues, Class VI Admission Process in Government Schools to be Digital

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In a first, the Delhi government on Wednesday announced that it will digitalise the admission process for Class VI in its schools from the upcoming session.
 
Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia directed the MCD schools to hand over the admission slips for Class VI to Class V students between March 15 and April first week, 2017.
"With this decision, the Delhi government will be doing away with the prevalent practice, under which students passing from Class V from MCD feeder schools had to approach link schools for admission in Class VI, and their parents had to run from pillar to post to complete the admission process," he said.
 
"The admission data will be made available online after getting the details from MCD, and then the admission slips will be handed over to the students," he said, adding that this will be the first time when parents of children seeking admission in Class VI in Delhi government schools will no longer have to stand in queues outside the schools.
 
During a meeting with the officials of the Directorate of Education and Commissioners of the MCDs in this regard, Sisodia said: "It has been decided that children and teachers of MCD schools will be invited to government schools for interactive sessions between April 1 and 15."
 
Besides, in an effort to encourage reading among students, MCD schools to organise reading melas for their children, Sisodia asked them to organise summer camps during vacations and encourage students to brush up on their reading skills.

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