Delhi Schools 2021- 2022

Air Force Golden Jubilee School
Co- educational, CBSE affiliated, points based admission

About the School
The Air Force Golden Jubilee Institute is one of the three schools in Delhi that are run by the Air Force through the IAF Educational and Cultural Society. Founded in 1985 as a school for mentally retarded children it was later converted into an Integrated Institution as it was felt that such institutions do a better job for training differently- abled students. Consequently the school started admitting both retarded and normal students. At present about 5% of the students are in the differently- abled category. The school primarily caters to the children of Air Force Personnel. Applications for admission are categorized into Air Force and Non Air Force(NAF) with a fixed number of seats available for children belonging to the NAF category. The school is ISO 9001:2000 certified.

Air Force Golden Jubilee Institute
Subroto Park
Delhi Cantonment
New Delhi- 110010
Telephone- 25692819
Fax- 25691957

The school is spread over a campus measuring 8 acres and is divided into senior, junior and special wings. The junior wing is a 3-storied building comprising of classrooms/ music rooms/ art rooms/ craft rooms. The junior wing has its own library, auditorium, grounds and sports complex. The senior wing has its own auditorium, AV rooms and sports fields. There are two labs each for physics, chemistry and biology as well as labs for computer science, aero- modeling and mathematics.

The special wing is meant for differently- abled children and has speech therapy and early intervention centers. The special wing also runs a vocational rehabilitation program. The school has a well-equipped sick bay with a qualified doctor. It administers annual check ups to all students.

On the sports front the school has facilities for football, basketball, volleyball, table tennis and badminton.

Age Criteria in 2020-2021
The admissions made in 2020-2021 were to the Upper KG(UKG) i.e. Pre-Primary Class. The minimum age was four years as on 31st March 2020.

Admission Timeline for 2020-2021
The school adopted the following timeline in 2020-2021

Sale of Forms 29/11/2019- 27/12/2019
Submission By 27/12/2019
First List 24/01/2020
Second List 12/02/2020
Third List 06/03/2020

Admission Criteria
The school uses a point-based system for admissions. The criteria and their weightages are as below

Neighborhood 25 points.

Students residing within 5 km get 25 points, those residing between 5 and 10 km get 20 points and those residing between 10 and 15 km get 15 points.
Sibling 20 points.

Applicants are given 20 points if a real brother or sister is already studying in the school.
Alumni 10 points.

Wards of alumni get 10 points.
Single Parent 10 points.

Wards of widow/ widower/ divorced/ unmarried parents are given 10 points.
Single Girl Child 10 points.

Single children who are female are awarded 10 points.
School Specific parameters 25 points.

These points are awarded to wards of ex or deceased servicemen/ MES personnel etc. depending on category
Total 100 points.

Documents Required
The school requires that successful applicants produce the following documents.

Address Proof Proof of property ownership, MTNL landline bill, Voter Card, Water/ Electricity Bill, Aadhar card.
Date of Birth and Girl Child Proof Birth Certificate.
Sibling Proof School identity card and fee receipt.
Alumni Proof Mark sheet from CBSE etc. with name of school.
Single Parent Divorce papers from court/ Death certificate of parent/ Adoption deed.
School Specific parameters Discharge papers, appointment letters, pay slip etc. depending on the parameter.

Cutoffs in 2020-2021
The school published a first list containing the names of 31 candidates. The distribution of scores was as follows- 1 candidate scored 50 points, 5 candidates scored 45 points, 8 candidates scored 40 points and 17 candidates scored 35 points. The remaining seats were filled up by a draw of lots amongst candidates who had scored 30 and 25 points.

Class XII Results
The top scoring students in each category were as follows- Commerce- 96.2%; Humanities- 97.6%; Non- medical- 97.6%; Medical- 95.2%.

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