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Mount Carmel School
Co- educational, CBSE affiliated, unaided Christian minority school

About the School
Mount Carmel School is a minority institution run by a society called the Mount Carmel School Society. Mount Carmel School started out in July 1972 in Anand Niketan with just twelve students. The school has now grown to a strength of 3000 students housed in two buildings and taught by 150 teachers. The society has also opened a second school in Dwarka.

Address
Mount Carmel School
A-21 Anand Niketan
New Delhi- 110021
Telephone- 43940000
Fax- 91-11-24111191
e-mail: info.an@mountcarmeldelhi.com
Website: www.mountcarmeldelhi.com

Facilities
Mount Carmel Anand Niketan is housed in two buildings. The Junior School building houses students from Nursery to Class III while the Senior School building houses students from Class IV to Class XII

The facilities available include well equipped labs for biology/ biotechnology/ chemistry/ home science/ geography & math; separate computer labs for the junior and senior wings with 24 hours internet access; a library that includes a collection of CD's and video-cassettes; a 3 bed clinic and a girls hostel capable of accommodating 100 students.

The School has a full complement of sports facilities available. Mount Carmel also offers what it calls the Elijah scholarships to students who manage to participate in sports at the National level. Scholarship holders receive tuition waivers/ financial support. The Elijah scholarships were instituted in 2006.

Age Criteria and Seats in 2017-2018
The school admitted students to the Pre- School (Nursery) class in 2017- 2018. Children aged three years or more as on 31/03/2017 were eligible for admission. The total number of seats available in the Pre- School class was 80.

Admission Timeline for 2017-2018
In 2017- 2018 the school adopted the following timeline

Availability of Forms 02/01/2017- 23/01/2017
Submission By 23/01/2017


Admission Criteria
The school does not use a point-based system for admissions. Applications are accepted in six categories as described below-
  • Category A(20%)- General Category- Admissions to the school for this category is made by a draw of lots.
  • Category B(25%)- Sibling Category- Admissions to the school are done on the basis of selection by a committee.
  • Category C(25%)- Christian Category- Admissions to the school are done on the basis of selection by a committee.
  • Category D(5%)- Alumni Category- Admissions to the school are done on the basis of selection by a committee.
  • Category E(20%)- EWS Category- Admissions to the school are done on the basis of selection by a committee and a home visit report.
  • Category F(5%)- Staff Category- Admissions to the school are based on seniority of service.

In addition eligibility was restricted to candidates staying within 8 km of the school. There was also a 50-50 division between boys and girls.

Documents Required
The school requires that successful applicants produce the following documents.
  • Birth Certificate of child
  • Any one of the following for proof of residence- Telephone Bill/ Passport/ Voter I-Card/ Electricity Bill/ Rent Agreement/ Sale Deed/ Driving License
  • For Sibling Cases- Filled supplementary form with the details of sibling
  • For alumni- Filled supplementary form with the details of parents and their involvement with school activities
  • For Christians- Baptism Certificate and recommendation letter from pastor/ priest
  • PAN Card of parents

Cutoffs in 2017-2018
No cutoff details were available for 2017- 2018 as the school does not use a points based system for admission.

Class XII Result
The top scoring students in each category in 2016- 2017 were as follows- Science- 97.8%; Commerce- 95.6%; Humanities- 97%. 47 of the 223 students who appeared scored more than 90% in the aggregate.


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