Important Dates

Admissions opening shortly for academic session 2015-2016.

Fee structure and Fee policy

Applicable to ALL students admitted from the academic session 2015-16
The Lotus Valley Senior School Fee is payable for the academic period April to March. Details of the exact current fees can be obtained from the School admissions office. At the time of admission, the student is required to pay the Admission Fee, Annual fees. In addition, students are required to pay the following: -

Quarterly Tuition fees
Quarterly tuition fee will be paid before the 15th of the months of April, July, October & January.

Transportation Fee
The students who have opted for transportation have to pay ‘Transportation Fee’ as prescribed from time to time. These will be paid monthly or quarterly.

Variable Expenses
Other costs such as field trip, stationary & uniform are payable at actual.


Admission to the school is open to all irrespective of caste, creed, religion or class. Students are admitted from Pre-nursery to VIII standard. Students seeking admission to various classes are required to get their names registered in the months of January and February preceding the session commencing in April. Registration fee is Rs. 200/- only. The admission will be on merit and will depend upon the seats available. Students from other schools will be admitted only if they come from institutions affiliated to recognised Boards. It is binding for such students to take tests given by the school to qualify for admission. For admission, the students are required to produce a genuine date of birth certificate and a school leaving certificate from the previous school. Applications for fresh admission are entertained mainly at the primary level. The registration for admission to various standards is entertained as per the respective age groups

Nursery 2 ½ years complete
L.K.G. 3 ½ years complete
Std 1 4 ½ years complete
Std 2 & above Based on the basis of qualifying test

Registration forms for admission for every academic year will be issued at the school office or can be downloaded from school website. Forms duly filled are to be submitted to the school office within five working days. The following documents need to be submitted along with the registration form.

  • Copy of the birth certificate
  • Vaccination record
  • Copy of report card of previous year (only needed for admission to class 1 onwards)
  • 4 photographs of the applicant

Code of Conduct

  • Parents should monitor the telephone calls of their children at home. All calls should be first attended to by the parents and if need be then given to students.
  • Parents should also discourage students extensive viewing of T.V., cable programmes etc.
  • Parents should almost daily ask their children as to what has been taught and done in school.
  • Parents should at least take one meal together with their children at home in a day.
  • Parents should ensure that their child/children do not keep bad company and do not go out frequently with their friends etc.
  • Parents should also ensure that their ward do not invite their friends from out side including ex-students to meet them in school, after the school and after the examinations etc.
  • Parents to ensure that their wards do not indulge in intoxication or gambling.
  • Young people should use discretion and consideration in talking about others. Vicious gossip is very destructive.
  • Young people can benefit from/by participation in various social occasions, but these should be supervised by Adults at all times.
  • Young students should go to the library to take maximum benefit from the school library books, Periodicals, magazines and other available literature.
  • Parents should also ensure that their ward reads the newspaper regularly and writes some creative paragraphs etc.
  • It is the responsibility of parents to prepare their children for life by bringing them up with good manners.
  • Students found coming to school in private, self-driven Cars/M. Cycles etc. shall be severely dealt with and their vehicle are liable to be confiscated by the school authorities.
We believe that intelligence can be developed throughout the life, and at Lotus Valley Senior School, this unique method is used to preserve, nurture and develop the natural intellect of the child. It allows teachers to use a great number of ways to reach children of different learning styles and broadens their horizon of teaching methods so that children can learn in ways they find comfortable. It also helps teachers identify children's strengths that can be used in the teaching-learning process.
Kot Mohammed Khan (Tarn Taran).
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