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Admissions are on in ‘bag-free’ model schools
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Gurgaon: The Haryana government has started the admission process in over 1,500 Model Sanskriti Schools, a new breed of ‘bag-free’ primary schools and senior secondary schools with a thrust on English. Of these 1,554 schools across the state, 1,418 are Model Sanskriti Primary Schools while 136 are Model Sanskriti Senior Secondary Schools. And 85 of these schools are in Gurgaon, in which the CBSE curriculum will be taught.

All the 1,418 Model Sanskriti Primary Schools will follow the ‘bag free’ concept, where the schools will provide lockers and other infrastructure so that children don’t have to carry it on their shoulders every day from classroom to home and back, an official said. On the other hand, Model Sanskriti Senior Secondary Schools will have a separate section for students wanting to study in English.

In all these schools, 30% of the seats have been reserved for children from the economically poor families. Admission forms can be submitted to the school authorities by April 10, officials said.

In these schools, there will be 30 students from classes I to V, 35 students from classes VI to VIII and 40 students in classes IX and XI. Of these seats, 50% will be for students already studying in the school and wanting to migrate to English medium instead of Hindi, while the remaining 50% seats will be filled with children from other English medium schools.

Last week, the Haryana government ruled out the possibility of closing down schools in the wake of rising cases of Covid-19 in the state. “The situation is very much under control and schools have been told to ensure strict adherence of SOPs for exams. We have plans to start the new academic session after April 10,” said a senior official.
A nominal fee will be charged for the upkeep of these schools. Students from classes I to V will have to pay a one-time admission fee of Rs 500, which will increase to Rs 1,000 for the senior classes up to XII. The monthly fees will be Rs 200 (classes I to III), Rs 250 for classes IV and V, Rs 300 for classes VI to VIII, Rs 400 for classes IX and X, and Rs 500 for XI and XII.

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