Scholarships (Session 2020-21)
NWS, Ghaziabad acknowledges the efforts put in by students, their families and teachers in securing outstanding results in the Board examinations of grade X, thus the following scholarships will be available to students enrolling for grade XI for the session 2020-21.
On the basis of securing 90% and above marks in Board Examination:
100% Scholarship on Composite School Fee (Monthly Fee) *
For scholarship eligibility, the student percentage will be calculated from the marks of any two languages + Mathematics + Science + Social Studies.
On the basis of Competitive Examinations cleared:
Students eligible for Composite School Fee (Monthly Fee) Scholarships based on Board Exam results will need to maintain over 90% marks in XI to be eligible for the scholarship in XII.
In case a student is eligible for more than one scholarship, the higher of the two scholarships will be applicable.
Students are required to furnish their application along with attested proof to school.
Scholarships based on the above criteria will be applicable from the next month after result declaration.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. My board exam result is not out yet. Which marks will I put?
CBSE: The marks of Periodic Test/ Half-Yearly/Pre Board will be filled. Provisional admission will be granted on their basis.
ICSE/ State Boards: The marks of Half-yearly/ Pre Board will be filled. Provisional admission will be granted on their basis.
Q. Who can take Mathematics as a subject in Class 11?
A. Students who have taken the Standard mathematics Examination in Class X Boards.
Q. What is the procedure of admission?
A. All external students will need to pass the written exam as well as the interview. The following procedure will be followed:
PCM opting students: Written test of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry followed by a family interview.
PCB opting students: Written test of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry followed by a family interview.
Commerce opting Students: Written test of English, Mathematics and Economics followed by a family interview.
Humanities opting Students: Written test of English and Social Studies (and Mathematics for students who wish to study mathematics
followed by a family interview.
Q. How will the scholarships be decided when the result is not known yet?
A. Scholarships based on the above criteria's will be applicable from the date of result declaration. Students are required to furnish application along with attested proof to school.
Q. In case my marks in the school conducted exams are higher and I don’t score as expected in Boards, what will happen to my admission?
A. The admission is based on marks of Class IX, Periodic Test/Half Yearly of Class X/Mock Test/Pre Board performance. These factors along with student performance in school will be considered before making the final decision if such a situation arises.
Q. In case my marks in Periodic Test/Half Yearly/Pre Board are lower but I score higher in Boards, can I change my subjects?
A. Yes, in case the student does exceptionally well in the Boards, the student will be given a choice to make such a change.
In assessing the suitability of a candidate, our admission staff reviews each applicant's complete application. The applicant's prospects for success are evaluated thoroughly by at least three experienced staff members working independently of the other. This reliable and responsive process has, over the years, enabled us to know a great deal about our students before they enrol, which facilitates our planning for their future integration into the school community. We follow a three-step system to grant admissions:
Step 1: Get a school prospectus and application package from the School or Online (Costing Rs 1500)
Step 2: Submit a Hard copy of the form along with the required documents to the school
Step 3: The applicant appears for a test (wherever applicable) and personal interview (along with parents) with the Admissions Board
Step 4: If admission is granted, submit fees and required documents at the specified date
A visit to Nehru World School is best understood as a chance for visitors and their families to see the school in action and to introduce themselves. Visits are therefore only scheduled while classes are in progress. A typical visit consists of a talk with a member of the admission staff, a tour of the campus with a guide, and a family conference at which the staff member answers questions about the School, to convey a sense of how Nehru World School will fit into your school search.
Before you visit the School, making a wish list of your academic and co-curricular expectations is always a good idea so that you can make the most of your visit to the School. Visitors should read the prospectus carefully before they come in order to have the best possible sense of the School's goals, programs, and facilities.
School Fees 2020-21 (In INR)
NWS doesn't charge any 'Annual Charges'
School Fees are increased every year as per directives of UP State Government.