Fee structure



Students domiciled in India & Nepal
(a) Prospectus & Form – Rs. 1,500.00
(b) Registration  Fee – Rs. 10,000.00
(c) Admission Fee – Rs. 65,000.00

Overseas Students
(a) Prospectus & Form – Rs. 3500.00
(b) Registration Fee – Rs. 27000.00
(c) Admission Fee – Rs. 1,00,000.00

Caution Money (refundable at the time of finally leaving school)
Students domiciled in   India  &   Nepal  – Rs. 50,000.00
Overseas Students –Rs. 86000.00

ANNUAL FEES [Subject to revision]:
Students domiciled in India & Nepal
a] Classes III to X – Rs. 4,92,000.00
b] Classes XI & XII – Rs. 5,24,000.00
c] Imprest against Bill – Rs. 60,000.00

Overseas Students
a] Classes III to XII – Rs. 8,72,000.00
b] Imprest against Bill – Rs. 60,000.00

Pocket Money:
Classes III – V    : Rs. 5,000.00 per annum to be deposited in the school office at the time of the boy joining school.
Classes VI –  XII : Rs. 10,000.00 is to be deposited in the UCO Bank, BCS, Extension Counter in the boy’s personal account, through the House Master/ Matron, on the day of joining.


  • Annual Fees includes boarding, lodging and tuition.
  • Admission Fees/ Infrastructure Development and Caution Money are one time payments payable at the time of admission.
  • The first installment of school fees for New Admissions which includes the onetime payments will be payable within 15 days on issue of Admission offer. Balance at the time of joining.
  • Terminal bills will be sent in July & December every year, which includes miscellaneous expenses incurred by the student during the term.
  • If school bills are not settled on time a 5% penalty will be charged on the total amount for each month of delay. A delay of more than 3 months beyond the last date will result in the cancellation of the admission offer for the child.


  • Kindly note that (1) If the parents are desirous of withdrawing their child during the session, a three months notice period is required failing which a monetary penalty will be applicable which will be at the discretion of the Headmaster.
  • (2) The Headmaster may, at any time, without assigning any reason ask the parents/ guardian to withdraw their son/ ward from the school if it is considered to be in the interest of the other students of the school.

Other information:
The academic year begins in March and ends in November. Registrations close on 30th June of the year preceeding the year of entry. However, late registrations are permissible along with a late fee, until September, when the entrance tests are conducted. For Indian students, and those Non-resident but able to make it, the entrance tests are conducted in   Shimla and in Delhi.
For Non-resident applicants unable to come to   India  in September we allow the school in which the applicant is currently studying or the Indian Embassy/High Commission to invigilate the written test on our behalf. It is the parent’s responsibility to negotiate this and obtain written consent for us. This notwithstanding, we prefer to meet the applicants at the time of the entrance test along with both parents. Offers for seats are usually sent out by the middle of October and acceptances are to be received at school by 15th November. If your son is a non-resident Indian he can take French as his second language.