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M.P can recommend Six K.V admissions now

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, a premier Government organization in India that administers more than 1000 schools known as ‘Kendriya Vidyalayas’ all over India and abroad with student strength of more than 10 lakhs, has come up with a new scheme for special admission called Special dispensation admission.

In this scheme, Each Member of Parliament (MP) can refer 6 students for admission in an academic year in to Kendriya Vidyalayas situated in the constituency from which the MP is elected.  If there is no Kendriya Vidyalaya is situated in his/her constituency the recommendation can be made to KVs in neighbouring constituency.

The parents of recommended students should be belonging to the constituency from which the MP is elected (either by domicile or on account of having been soon-before posted there or else on account of exigencies of service).

In order to ensure that this recommendations should not affect the admissions of other students, it is also ordered by KVS that the admissions under MP recommendation shall be over and above Class strength.

A Rajya Sabha Members can recommend in Kendriya Vidyalayas throughout the state from which he/she is elected.  As far as nominated members of Lok Sabha/Rajya Sabha, recommendations would be accepted for Kendriya Vidyalayas situated throughout the Country for 6 students in an academic year.

In General, the recommendations under this scheme should be made on or before 31st of July every year in the prescribed format provided to each member of Parliament by KVS Head Quarters.

The detailed Office Memorandum F.No. 110331/02/2012-KVS(Hq.)/Sp.Disp./MP dated 20.07.2012 issued by KVS for implementation of this Scheme is as follows.

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan 

18, Institutional Area, Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg, 

New Delhi-110 016

F.No. 110331/02/2012-KVS(Hq.)/Sp.Disp./MP

Dated: 20.07.2012.


Subject:- New Scheme of Special Dispensation Admission in Kendriya Vidyalayas

Consequent upon the approval of the Board of Governors of KVS in the 93rd Meeting held on 12th July 2012, the New Scheme of Special Dispensation Admission for Members of Parliament for recommending names for admission in Kendriya Vidyalayas (in lieu of the existing scheme), comes into vogue with immediate effect with the following features:-

(i). Each MP can refer 06 (six) cases for admission under the Scheme in an academic year but such recommendations shall be confined to children whose parents belong to his constituency either by domicile or on account of having been soon-before posted there or else on account of exigencies of service migrate to his constituency. Such recommendations would be for admissions in Kendriya Vidyalayas located in his constituency only. In case there is no Kendriya Vidyalaya in the constituency of the Hon’ble MP (Lok Sabha), he/she may recommend these admissions in the Kendriya Vidyalaya(s) located in any neighbouring contiguous constituency. For Members of the Rajya Sabha, the state from which the member has been elected would be deemed to be his constituency for this purpose. Nominated members of the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha can recommend 06 cases for admission in any one or more Kendriya Vidyalayas of the country.

(ii). These admissions shall be over and above the class strength.

(iii). These recommendations would be made for all classes except pre-primary, and classes Xth and XIIth.

(iv). These admissions would be made at the beginning of the academic year and no admission would be allowed after the prescribed cut off date (i.e. 31st July) of the year.

(v). The recommendations to be made shall be valid only if these are made in the prescribed format provided to each Member of Parliament by KVS(HQ). Recommendations sent in any other format/manner shall not be considered.

(vi). The children recommended by Hon’ble Members of Parliament must be otherwise eligible for admission as per the extant KVS Admission Guidelines.

(Avinash Dikshit)