Welcome to Vidya Valley North Point

12th Decd 2017



Admissions available for Jr KG, Sr KG, Std 1 and Std 2

Age as on 1st July 2016

Jr KG: 4 years plus

Sr KG: 5 years plus

Std 1: 6 years plus

Std 2: 7 years plus



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Vidya Valley NorthPoint,

Plot 620, Sector 18, Shivtej Nagar,
Spine Road
Chikli Pradhikaran

Phone:  020 - 27493434

020-65339984 (Vidya Valley Sus Village),

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On-Line Application Form : CLICK HERE

NorthPoint - Under Construction

The construction of the above building has started on site. We expect to complete phase 1 in January 2016, ready for occupation in Feb/March.

New session for 2016-17 will be in this building.



On-Line Application Form : CLICK HERE


for Jr KG, Sr KG & Std 1& Std 2

Call 9922886896 for help in getting directions for reaching Northpoint School.


This school has been started by Mrs. Nalini Sengupta, the founder and Principal of Vidya Valley School.

In a short period Vidya Valley is recognised as one of the best schools in Pune, with a very wholesome, happy style of education.

e-Mail: northpoint . vidyavalley @ gmail . com (Don't leave spaces)



Vidya Valley NorthPoint School


Prospectus for Admissions - June 2017

VidyaValley NorthPoint will be run by Mrs.Nalini Sengupta and the management of Vidya Valley School.

We aim for the same high standards in education and extracurricular activities for which Vidya Valley (in Sus Village) is famous. Those standards can only be achieved with the whole-hearted cooperation and involvement of the parents.

Affiliation: We have recognition to the Maharashtra Government.

CBSE: In future we will apply for recognition with the CBSE board. However, that affiliation is only confirmed after the school has Std 5.

The school will follow the syllabus laid down by the CBSE board


Classes to Start in 3rd week of June 2016


Age Limits for admission:

Jr KG:      4 yrs to 5 years

Sr. KG:    5 yrs to 6 years

Std 1:     6 years to 7 Years

Std 2:  7 years to 8 years.

All cut-off dates are 1st July, 2016.


Older Children: We can consider slightly older children for admission. Please make an application for deviation.

Younger Children:  Please do NOT write to us for deviation.


We heard that you have some peculiar age restrictions for admission?

  • Not peculiar. Normal.
  • we have been listening to educationists and child-specialists,
  • we have been referring to systems in good institutions in India and abroad
  • we are guided by the Supreme Court of India

A child should be OVER 4 years before being admitted to a school. (And OVER 6 years before starting formal education in Std 1)

So, a child should be 4 years by 1st of July.  This age criterion is a guideline for us and for the admission committee.

Four and a Half years will be the median age. There will be children from four to five years in the class.


My child has already gone to nursery. If you don't give admission then she/he will lose a year !!

This is the most usual statement we hear and our reaction is always the same:  Lose!! Lose where? That is a very inappropriate word. And completely wrong.

Your child will do better throughout life if you do not hurry. Let the child mature normally. Any child can be taught to read and write. But physical and emotional maturity only comes with age.

This is a problem in many parts of India - some of it caused by schools and some because of impatient parents, worried and anxious about getting their child into a good school.

Vidya Valley NorthPoint is trying to stick to all the good practices. If enough good schools accept the Supreme Court guidelines then this problem of underage schooling will be curbed.


What are the school timings for KG?

The Kindergarten children get in to school at 9:15. Their day starts at 9:30.
It ends at 1:30 pm.

Breakfast! Does the school provide breakfast?

Not Yet. At this time we are not organised to do that. We will certainly do that in the future.

What is the teacher-student ratio?

We will have 25 to 30 children in each class from KG to Std 3. Each class has one class teacher (and no assistant teachers). There are Maushi s to help all the children of kindergarten.

What co-curricular activities are you planning for the children?

We will definitely have Indian music, Western Music and Art as part of our class. Children will also have games and physical education. We believe that Curricular and co-curricular should be 50 - 50 in the small classes.

We are sure you have lots of questions. Do see the website of Vidya Valley (www.vidyavalley.com) . We plan to run NorthPoint along the same lines, with the same philosophy. Of course Vidya Valley is over thirteen years old.



After Admission - Fees & Payment


The Admission Fee, Development Fund and Deposit has to be paid within three days of intimation of admission.

The Deposit is without interest

Admission Fee    :        Rs. 25,000 (Non-Refundable) Paid only once at the time of admission
Development Fund   :  Rs. 25,000 (Non-Refundable) Paid only once at the time of admission

Deposit :  Rs. 30,000 (Refundable) Paid only once at the time of admission

The above amounts have to be paid by two separate bank drafts from ANY bank.

Draft must be made in favour of "VidyaValley Northpoint School"
.  Cheques or cash is NOT accepted.

Draft 1: for an amount of Rs. 50,000
Draft 2: for an amount of Rs. 30,000

The Deposit is refunded upon withdrawal of the child from the school or upon graduation.  This refund may take up to two months.


All parents have to open a Savings Bank Account with COSMOS BANKnk (www.axisbank.com) for payment of future school fees and expenses.

You can use your existing Axis Bank account if you already have one opened anywhere in India.

Fees and other expenses will be directly debited from this account.  You will be given adequate notice before the school fee is withdrawn.

The Account Opening forms will be available at the school.

After the account is opened,
parents must give the school a Bank Authorisation Letter addressed to the bank which will allow the bank to debit your account and transfer money to the school. The letter will be available for you to fill and sign.

Admissions will not be considered complete without the receipt of the Bank Authorisation Letter.


School Fee for Jr KG includes
  • Tuition
  • Activities and games during the school day
  • Snack before going home
The school fee does not include uniforms, clothes, writing materials, text books, notebooks and transport.

School Fee for Std. 1 includes
  • Tuition
  • Activities and games during the school day
  • Light lunch
  • XSEED learning program from iDICOVERi
The school fee does not include uniforms, clothes, writing materials, text books, notebooks and transport.

Tuition Fee (for Indian Students)

Jr. KG
Std 1
Term 1
Rs. 35,000 Rs.
Term 2
Rs.35,000 Rs.

Total Per Year
Rs. 70,000
School fees increase by about 8% to 12% each year to compensate for cost escalations. The fees also escalate by the Class in which the student studies. For example, the fee for Std 10 is approx Rs. 1,00,000 per year.

For purpose of fee, children of Indian parents are considered Indian even if they hold a passport of another country.  On other administrative matters they will need to comply with the law as required by the government.

Bus Fee

The Bus Fee is charged separately from school fee and varies depending on location. The Bus Fee is typically finalized by
mid-July when transport routes are firmed. The bus fee during the 2014 - 2015 academic year was approximately between Rs. 21,000 to Rs. 25,000 per child.

Payment of Fee

There are two terms in the school year.  Minimum school fee payable is for one term. There are no prorated, reduced or refunded amounts for the term tuition fee.

A child who joins the school late or leaves in the middle of the school year is required the pay the fee for the entire term.

Tuition and the bus fee are directly debited from your Axis Bank account.  Cash and cheques are not accepted.

Tuition and the bus fee are collected in installments over the school year.  The schedule is outlined below.


Tuition Fee
  • Term 1:  1st Installment      June
  • Term 1:  2nd Installment    September
  • Term 2:  1st Installment      December
  • Term 2:  2nd Installment    February

Bus Fee
  • 1st Installment      July
  • 2nd Installment     November
  • 3rd Installment     January

  • Cancellation of admission prior to June 1 of the academic year: We will retain Rs.10,000 of the Admission Fee. Balance money will be refunded.
  • Withdrawal on or after June 1 of the academic year: The Tuition Fee for Term 1 and the Bus Fee will be charged.  Deposit will not be refunded until all fees are paid.

The refund of the Deposit may take as long as two months.

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