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Online Admission Forms

Please read the Instructions carefully before proceeding to fill up the Form. 

Please keep ready the Scanned/Digital images of all photographs and documents that are required to be submitted along with the form. You will be required to Upload them along with the Form. A generic list is available in the General Instructions-Online page. Addtional documents, if any relevant, are mentioned in the Form clearly. 

  • All Fields indicated as mandatory must be filled in.
  • Separate Forms are available as per the Class for which admission is sought for.

Admission Procedure


The application form for Pre KG to VII and XI for the Academic Year 2024-25 will be made available online. Parents seeking admission for their ward should obtain the Prospectus and APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION against the payment of Rs. 1500/- (Rupees One Thousand Five Hundred only) via net banking. 

Registration for admission

The duly completed Application form should be submitted online within three days of downloading. 

Recently taken passport size colour photograph should be uploaded on the application form.Xerox Copy of the Original Corporation / Municipal / Birth Certificate duly to be attached.

Overseas students, Non-Resident Indians and Indians holding passport should submit a Photostat
copy of the pass-port for verification.

The details entered in the application form should be correct in all aspects. any discrepancy will render the application liable to be rejected. 

Specific Procedure for Pre-K.G., L.KG. and U.K.G. Admission & Eligible Age

Points will be awarded to the candidates admission to Pre-K.G. & L.K.G. based on the following criteria: 


Candidate should have completed 2 years for Pre-K.G., 3 years for L.K.G. and 4 years for
U.K.G. on or before 30th June of the year seeking admission.

Medical Fitness

Candidates should submit a medical Fitness certificate from a registered /practising paediatrician.

Proximity to the school

Preference will be given to those candidates who reside near the school -Besant Nagar, Adyar, Thiruvanmiyur etc. Address proof should be submitted.


Preference will be given if a sibling is studying in the school. However this is subject to the scrutiny of the academic record and conduct of the sibling.

School Bus Facility

Though 10 buses are operated by the school, it cannot cater to all the Students.

Selection Procedure

The academic council will consider each application on the basis of the data and details furnished in the application form and offer admission to the child to the appropriate standard. 

New Admissions will be finalised based on the following: 

General Procedure

Availability of seats / vacancies

Priority in the order of registration

Academic performance in the previous school

Specific Procedure

Pre-K.G., LKG & UKG – Admission letter will be sent to the selected candidates.

I to VI & XI class – Admission will be based on the previous academic year performances of your ward.

XI Class – Marks scored / Grades obtained in the class X School level & Board Examination.

Conduct of Entrance Exam at the discretion of the school.

Finalisation of Admission

On the basis of the previous academic year performance of your ward and considering all other General and Specific selection formalities, the MERIT LIST of the candidates qualified for admission will be prepared. From the merit list, the toppers will be selected as per the required number of vacancies and will be given PROVISIONAL ADMISSION. The same will be intimated through Admission Letter (By post / mail). The candidate will be asked to submit / remit the following: 

Previous School’s Transfer Certificate showing the class studied, the eligibility of promotion to the next higher class. If the ward is not eligible for promotion to the next class the provisional admission will be cancelled. Such a candidate will not be eligible even for the immediate lower class. The admission fee, first slot school fee, along with speical fee and other fee are to be paid on or before the stipulated date mentioned in the Admission Letter.

Regret Letter

A Letter of regret will be sent to those students who are not selected.

Admissions related Information

The links on the left-side provide information related to the Admission procedures followed by SJBN.

Please go through in detail.

The details are exhaustive, but if you still have any queries, you can check the Contacts page to find out
how to get in touch and clarify.

View/Download Prospectus

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  1. English Reading & Conversation
  2. English Writing
  3. English Dictation
  4. Number Work
  5. Health Talk
  6. Nature Talk
  7. Story Telling
  8. Recitation
  9. Physical Education
  10. Language-Tamil/Hindi (Language compulsory from U.K.G.)
  11. Computer Science (from U.K.G.)
  12. Drawing
  13. Activity Classes


The activities provided in the room are designed, planned and organized in such a way as to give opportunities for the young children to explore and experience the world around them. It concentrates not only on eye hand co-ordination but also on finer muscular development. The room provides an environment that fosters thinking and self confidence. Above all it creates in the young minds a love for learning.

This is the stage when students become versatile and highly exuberant and keeping their high level of motivation, creativity and thirst for action in mind, curriculum is planned to give more scope for activity based learning.


This is the stage when students become versatile and highly exuberant and keeping their high level of motivation, creativity and thirst for action in mind, curriculum is planned to give more scope for activity based learning.


The scheme for classes VI-VIII has been designed on Term Assessment basis with gradual increase in the learning assessment as the students move forward. This would prepare the students to cover the whole syllabus of the academic year and face the challenge of class X Board examination, and would thus, ensure the ‘quality of education’.


  • At this stage, curriculum becomes more concept oriented.In order to concretize the concepts in Science and Mathematics, Practical classes are conducted for Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics periodically.
  • Abstract concepts of Science and Mathematics and Grammatical rules of English are made simpler and explained through educational CD’s at the Computer Centre of the school.
  • Exclusive sessions for softskills like English Communicative skills, General Awareness, Personality Development, Life Skills, Value Enhancement, Health and Hygiene are provided through periodical lectures by eminent personalities and workshops and seminars.
  • Counselling sessions are organized for students to combat problems related to learning and emotions.
  • Field Trips, Nature Walk, Visits to places of topical interest as per the text book, are organized periodically.
  • A variety of activities comprising of Sports and Culturals are organised to tap the talents of students.
  • Thematic Project Exhibitions on Science, Humanities, Hobbies, Work Experience are conducted through which the students gain not only a deep understanding of their subjects, but also gain experience in team work and organisational skills.
  • Encouraging participation in co-curricular activities at intra and inter school levels.


  1. English Prose (Poetry, Non-Detailed, Composition & Comprehension, Grammar)
  2. Second Language (Sanskrit (VIII)/Tamil/Hindi/French)
  3. Third Language (Tamil / Hindi / Sanskrit)
  4. Science & Technology (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
  5. Social Science (History and Civics, Geography)
  6. Mathematics
  7. Computer Science
  8. Work Experience Arts & Craft
  9. Life Skills & Value Education / Scripture
  10. Physical Education
  11. Environmental Education,
  12. General Knowledge


  • Subject – Third Language is compulsory from classes V to VIII.
  • Hindi should be a part of one’s learning subjects either at second language or at third language level from V std to VIII std.


  1. English – Structural and Functional English (includes Reading, Copy Writing and Spoken English)
  2. Second Language – French (IV & V) Tamil / Hindi
  3. General Science / Environmental Science
  4. Social Science
  5. Mathematics
  6. Drawing / Arts and Craft
  7. Life Skills & Value Education / Scripture
  8. Physical Education
  9. Computer Science (UKG Class to V Class – compulsory)
  10. Third language – Commencing from class V (Tamil / Hindi / Sanskrit)
  11. General Knowledge
  12. Music
  13. Environmental Education

Environmental Education (Class I – V)

One of the other special features of education at the primary level is the environmental education. Here simple but sensitive topics are dealt through Projects, Assignments, Hands on experience, Talks, Group Discussions and various other activities. This enables the children to have special relationships with their environment.