Advertisement Eklavya Model Residential School Admission Information year.2022

 Advertisement Eklavya Model Residential School Admission Information 2022

 Gujarat Samachar Gujarat State Tribal Education Society.

 (Tribal Development Department) Jo Mal, Birsa Munda Bhavan, Sector-10-A, Gandhinagar-2010.  Phone No-07: Advertisement Eklavya Model Residential School Admission Information 206-6

(Government, Ashram School, Grant in Aid,

Government Approved,

CBSE Approved

NIOS OBE Program- Level B Certificate or RT  According to Chapter-3 of E.E. Act 2006- For the children of the 5th standard of schools, there are single model residential schools for the purpose of providing good mavas and food facilities to the tribal children with high quality teachers. These schools are from Std-9 to Std-12.  The school has facilities for computer education, sports, painting, education, library etc. 

 Eklavya Middle Residential Schools are asking for admission in Puran.  The

 Talent Pool Scheme has been formulated by the Government of Gujarat for the students of Scheduled Caste to get excellent art education as well as facilities and access to the best class.  To take advantage of this Talent Pool Scheme, one has to pass the Eklavya Model Residential School Entrance Examination. 

Important links

Free Helpline No. 15008 * Our Website  official website below link.

ઓફિસિયલ જાહેરત જોવા અને ડાઉનલોડ કરવા અહી ક્લિક કરો

https://eklavya-education.gujarat.gov.in/ 

 TLo take advantage of the Sprintpool scheme, the existing rules regarding the income limit of the Government will be taken into consideration at the time of admission.  Eligibility Criteria: Students should be Scheduled Tribes (ST).  Students should be between 10 and 12 years of age at the time of admission. 

 (Minimum 10 years and maximum 18 years), Student’s current Government School Ashram School or Recognized Grant in Aid Schools, as per the list of Government Recognized Education Department) and CBSE  Valid, NIOS OBE Program – Level B Certificate or RTE  As per Chapter-3 of Act 2009, students should be studying in Std-9 inschools and should have passed Std-5 at the time of admission. Priority will be given to the children of the aboriginal group of the tribal area and the children of Halpati for admission up to 5 of the total seats.  Up to 10 students will be given admission for free, nomadic, semi-nomadic caste, students whose parents have died due to left-wing revolt, Kovid, children of widowed mothers, children of crippled parents, unmarried students. 

3 of the total seats for disabled children.  Will be given priority for admission. 

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