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KVS Admissions 2021 First Draw of Lots Tomorrow, Check List of Documents Needed

Check documents required for admission to KVS (Representative)

Check documents required for admission to KVS (Representative)

KV Admissions 2021 first allotment list to release tomorrow. Check the list of documents needed for admissions

For candidates seeking admission to Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS), the much-awaited first allotment list will be released on June 23 - tomorrow. The schedule has been deferred many times further, however, as per the latest schedule, students and parents will be able to check the first allotment list tomorrow.

If a candidate is selected in the first list, they will have to submit their documents and register their seat. Those who would not be able to make it to the first list can wait for the next list. The second and third list, which are likely to release on June 30 and July 5, respectively.

KV Admissions 2021: Documents needed

Parents must keep the following documents ready while awaiting the allotment list to ensure swift admission process:


— Child’s photograph

— Child’s birth certificate

— Copy of caste certificate (if any)

— Residence certificate

— Disability certificate

— Economically Weaker Section / Below Poverty Line certificate

— Retirement certificate for uniformed defence employees

— Transfer details of parents or grandparents that will be used in the application

— Proof of relationship between the child and the parent/grandparent

Preference of admission will first be given to those who fall under the Right to Education quota, followed by the ones who are from the service priority category. The KVS will declare the provisional list of selected candidates as per priority service category for unreserved seats from July 2 to July 6.

The officials have also announced the revised schedule for admission to class 2. The declaration of the list of class 2 will be out from June 24 and the admissions will take place between June 25 and June 30. It must be noted that if any of these dates turns out to be a public holiday, then the subsequent day will be considered as the opening or closing date.

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