Pravesh Vatika

We believe it is important for parents to understand and embrace our vision and mission, which is holistic and democratic by design.

As we have limited seats available, we have adopted a fair and transparent process to admit students in our foundation (Pravesh Vatika) class

Announcements for admission to Kindergarten are made through the school website and advertisements in leading newspapers. The age of entry for children to Pravesh Vatika will be 3 years 6 months to 4 years and 6 months as on 31st March of the year of joining.

The school reserves seats for the Economically Weaker Section/disadvantaged students as per the guidelines of the government. Seats are also available for transfer cases. The school grants admission based on a point system.


Students are admitted through the year depending on the vacancies arising in a given class. Preference is given to siblings, transfer cases and those on the waiting list.


Applications for the 2022-2023 academic year are now open. Apply now or register your interest here to keep up-to-date with the latest news from Sat Paul Mittal School.

If you're not sure which grade to apply for, request a phone call.

Admissions Frequently Asked Questions
The School is affiliated to CISCE.
Applications for admission need to be sent to You can also register your interest. Admission to each year group depends on a vacancy. An application can also be submitted at the school office. The application needs to be refreshed every three months.
Prospective parents can register for a guided tour of the school. Please visit the 'Request a tour' link on the website for more details.
The school offers French from class V till class VIII, the child can then opt for the same language even in classes IX and X.
We are a day school and do not offer any hostel facility.
The admission process for Pravesh Vatika begins in October. The details are uploaded on our website as per the timeline.
The academic year is from April to March, and divided into two learning cycles.
  • Learning Cycle 1: April to September
  • Learning Cycle 2: October to March
Students keep their books and notebooks in the cubby holes in the classroom. Other than the school diary, there is barely any load in the school bag. Only those books and notebooks required for homework or test revision go home.