The Department of School Education (DSE), Haryana, looks after the education in the state. Under DSEH, the EWS and the BPL candidates get admissions in private schools. The private schools announce vacancies for such candidates and the eligible candidates can apply for admissions in class 9th to 12th. It has to be noted that the admission process has not been started for class 11th. The admission process of Class 11th will get started after the declaration of result of 10th class. As of now, only the application process for the EWS and BPL candidates for classes 9th to 12th have been started. The complete schedule for admission in class 9th to 12th has been issued. Interested candidates can go through the complete information below.

Latest: Schedule for Admission in Class 9th to 12th for EWC and BPL candidates has been started.

The students belonging to the EWS and the BPL sections can now get admissions in class 9th to 12th. The admissions will be on the basis of the assessment test. The complete schedule for the EWS and BPL admissions has been prepared and given below.

Schedule for EWS and BPL admissions for class 9th to 10th and 12th

Events Dates
Publishing vacancies in the newspapers 01 Mar 2018
Publication of District and Block Level Committees 08 Mar 2018
Vacancies announcement on notice board and school website. 20 Mar 2018
Date of application 20 Mar 2018 – 10 Apr 2018
Merit list by BEO/ BEEO 12 Apr 2018
Assessment test 15 Apr 2018
Declaration of result 20 Apr 2018
First draw of lots at Block Level 20 Apr 2018
Admissions – 1st draw 20 Apr 2018
2nd draw of lots, if any 20 Apr 2018
Admission – 2nd draw 20 Apr 2018

Note: If the seats remain vacant even after the 2nd round, concerned schools will send their list to the concerned department by May 14, 2018.

Who are EWS and BPL candidates?

EWS stands for Economically Weaker Section. Under Rajiv Rinn Yojna (RRY), the households having an annual income of up to Rs. 100000 are defined as EWS candidates while the candidates that belong to the extremely poor families who are in need of government assistance and aid are the Below poverty line (BPL) candidates. The Punjab and Haryana high court’s have ordered the private schools to reserve 10% of seats in all the classes for the EWS and BPL candidates.

While the applications are being considered by the respective authorities, the candidates must keep on checking the official website of Directorate of Education. Candidates can also directly contact them on the numbers provided on the official website.

Application for EWS Haryana Admission 2018

The candidates looking for admission in Class 9th to 12th can apply through both online and offline mode. The interested and eligible candidates need to carefully fill their credentials in the application form. Students will be required to provide the below details as available on the credible documents.

  • Name of the student
  • Gender
  • Date of birth
  • Full  name of mother
  • Full name of father
  • Class for which the admission is required
  • Permanent address
  • Student Aadhar Card Number
  • EWS/BPL Certificate number
  • EWS/BPL issuing authority
  • A clear photograph.

Along with the above mentioned information, the candidates also have to submit the required documents such as the Birth certificate, the resident of Haryana certificate, BPL/EWS certificate. The candidate would be required to write the names of schools he is interested to study in. A candidate must keep in mind that he cannot get admission in the same school in which he/she is already studying.

Admission Process

  • The vacancies for the EWS and BPL candidates at different schools are made available in newspapers.
  • The private recognized school put the vacancy list on the notice board and the official website.
  • The schools announce the application dates for the EWS and BPL candidates.
  • A merit list is prepared for the candidates by BEO/BEEO.
  • The date of assessment test gets announced.
  • The results for the assessment test gets announced and candidates are shortlisted.
  • The first draw of lots at block level is carried out.
  • Candidates are given admission in the schools on the basis of the first draw.
  • If seats stay remained after the first draw of lots, the schools announce the 2nd draw of lots.
  • Candidates are admitted on the basis of the second draw of lots.
  • On the off chance that the seats remain vacant even after the second round of lots, the school plans out the third round of lots and admissions are done right away.

Results/Merit list

The directorate of education, Haryana will announce the results soon after conducting the assessment test. A merit list of the selected and eligible candidates will be prepared. The selection of candidates will be on the basis of draw of lots. The board will bring out two draw of lots and if any sets remain vacant even after the second round of lots the concerned schools will submit their list to the Concerned district level committee by May 14, 2018.

Fee structure

The detailed fee structure will be announced by the school the candidate gets admission in. However, it must be noted that private recognized schools shall charge fee from the selected EWS and BPL students on the same rate as is being charged in Govt. schools.

Vacancy list

According to the guidelines of the Haryana and Delhi high court, 10% of the seats are reserved for the EWS and BPL candidates. The interested candidates can check out the last years vacancy list below for reference.

School Admissions

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