About Delhi Public School, Sushant Lok, Gurgaon
Being established in the year of 2005, DPS - Sushant Lok is running under the aegis of Delhi Public School Society and offers education from Nursery standard to Class XII following the curriculum of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. The school is also recognized by the Directorate of Education, Haryana.
The campus is build on 4.67 acres area in Gurgaon with two buildings having wide, well ventilated and IT enabled classrooms to teach almost 3500 students by 200 teachers.
The school also provides transport facility for the students live in Gurgaon and Delhi (Dwarka, Vasant Kunj and Saket).
Admission procedure for Nursery to Class IX for academic session 2017-18
Registration process has been started for admission mainly in Nursery standard. However, there are very limited seats available for other classes also.
Admission in Nursery
Admission in Nursery in DPS, Sushant Lok is conducted based on a Draw of lottery. Though it is not mandatory but the parents may also attend the draw for their own satisfaction. A list of shortlisted as well as waitlisted students will be published in school website and reception on the same day on which draw will be held on and parents of waitlisted candidates will be contacted as and when a vacancy occurs.
However, there will be three working days for shortlisted students to complete all admission procedures. Rs. 10,000/- is to be deposited at the time of admission against expression of intent for admission. Otehrwise, candidature of the student will be treated as cancelled and the seat will be allotted to the waitlisted candidates maintaining the chronological order.
Registration form can be downloaded from school website. Alternatively, it is also available in school reception on all working days as per scheduled date and time. Filled in applications should be submitted at school reception along with below mentioned supporting documents within specified time frame.
Admission in other classes
Prospectus along with registration form may be either downloaded from school website, www.dpssl.net or collected from school reception and duly filled in form along with below mentioned supporting document and TC issued by the previous school should be submitted at school in time.
Required supporting documents
Following documents have to be submitted along with filled in registration form:
Eligibility & age limit
Helpdesk & contact details of DPS, Sushant Lok
To obtain any type of assistant regarding admission in Delhi Public School, Sushant Lok, Gurgaon guardians or students should mail at email@example.com.
DPS Sushant Lok
B-Block, Sushant Lok, Phase-1,
Gurugram, Haryana – 122 002
Contact no.: 0124-4041221
Official website: www.dpssl.net
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This is an excellent article from the author. The article contains almost all necessary details for admission in DPS, Sushant Lok, near Gurgaon (now Gurugram). In this connection, I would like to state that Sushant Lok is an upscale locality near Gurgaon. Many highly-paid IT professionals and other executives holding high positions in MNCs stay here. They all want to get their child/children admitted to this school. As a result, DPS, Sushant Lok has become very famous within a short time of its opening.
The school still conducts the interview of the children seeking admission to this school and also of their parents. The admission process is not very transparent. Over and above, the school is very costly and only very few middle-class guardians can afford to send their children to this school. Admission in Nursery or KG classes easily costs more than Rs. 1.5 lakh. The author could have mentioned this point also.
Although it was written in 2017, it would also meet the needs of children in the Academic Year 2018-19 also.