The Delhi Government on May 4 issued their new guidelines for the admission process of students seeking seats in primary and pre-primary classes for the 2022-2023 academic session. Their new guideline states any divyang, orphan, migrant or homeless due to non-availability of essential documents denied student will not be denied their right to admission in the schools that they want to, the admission process will be done on the basis of first come, first serve.
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The students seeking admission will be given priority on the basis of first come, first serve from May 11 and no admissions will be denied to students who are divyang, orphan, migrant or homeless due to non-availability of essential documents.
Source : NDTV