Admission Process

Thank you for your interest in our school.

Our school admissions code ensures an objective admissions process that promotes equity and fair access for all.

Lower Kindergarten:

  1. Students are registered with the school upon completion of 2 years of age (by August 31st of the current year).
  2. Parents / legal guardians of the child need to be present to complete the registration formalities with the school.
  3. Registration Forms are available in the primary school office.
  4. Dates for registration: July 1st – July 15th of every academic year between 9.30 am – 12pm on school working days.
  5. Venue: The Ramkrishna Sarada Missionary Vidyapith, Purnanagar, Ranaghat, West Bengal – 741201.
  6. Registrations are currently on for LKG 2020 and LKG 2020.

Documentation (to be submitted along with the Registration Form)

  1. Birth Certificate: original and a photocopy
  2. If mother / sister is an ex-student of the school, a photocopy of the school leaving certificate
  3. If child is adopted, a photocopy of the adoption certificate
  4. Rs. 1000/- (one thousand only) in cash as Registration Fees
  5. A photocopy of the Aadhar card. It is mandatory for the student to have an Aadhar card.


  1. Letters/queries regarding admissions may be posted to the school address or deposited in the school 'Drop Box' located at the front security desk.
  2. The envelope should be labelled 'PRIMARY' (applications for Std. HKG – IV) or 'SECONDARY' (applications for Std. V – VIII).
  3. Applications may also be emailed to:
Please ensure the following particulars are clearly mentioned in the application:
  1. Cover letter from parents
  2. Child's date of birth
  3. Class / Std. to which admission is sought
  4. Date of application
  5. Residential Address / Telephone numbers / Email addresses
  6. Latest school reports (last 3 years, if applicable)

You will be contacted by the school office in the event of a vacancy in a specific class.
Incomplete applications will not be considered for admission.
Repeated enquiries will not be entertained.

Thank you again for your interest in The Ramkrishna Sarada Missionary Vidyapith.

Admissions 2017-18

There is an old story that does the rounds at RSMV, of a young Lower K.G. child who was scared to enter her classroom because she found it drab and poorly lit, and how the Principal at the time ensured that the classroom was transformed into a child’s paradise with warm colourful walls, bright lights, attractive bulletin boards; and the child then came bounding into school each day. Although an old story, its essence is what permeates the air at RSMV even today - the idea that the student is at the heart-center of education, and that joyous learning is the one true benchmark of a successful educational institution.

The student experience at RSMV is unique and everlasting; as RSMV Students often say, you can spot a RSMVite anywhere in the world because she tends to stand out in a crowd and hold her own no matter where she is. This is the result of the transformative educational experience she receives in her years at the school, wherein she is encouraged to ask questions instead of being dismissed, she is drawn to celebrate her femininity instead of repenting over it, and she is propelled to think, reflect and learn experientially rather than just ‘do what she is told’. A RSMV student learns in an environment where inquiry is the norm and silence is the aberration, with teachers who are kind and compassionate, yet firm in their resolve to engage students vibrantly, and encourage them to strive for excellence. There is a real bond between the staff and students at RSMV, forged through heart-to-heart conversations in and outside of class, and warm hugs. Years after she has left school, it isn’t unusual to see a RSMV student running to a teacher, embracing her tightly and going on to recount a particularly intense classroom discussion or experience.

But it’s not merely the classroom dynamic that make the school truly unique, because at RSMV, education extends far beyond the classroom. From the time a student steps into the school, she is exposed to a world beyond the four walls of the class - a world where promising young artists are recognized and appreciated; their art work gloriously adorning the school corridors and passageways. Prospective musicians and singers perform at the annual Variety Entertainment Programme and other shows and events of the school, while talented dancers perform flawless pieces across various dance styles. Sportswomen and athletes get an opportunity to represent their house and school if they exhibit love for a sport, and the school actively encourages those students who are dedicated and passionate about a certain sport, to pursue it to whatever stage or level they can attain. Drama is historically deeply interwoven into the school ethos, and there are theatrical productions throughout the year that allow budding actresses to have their moment in the limelight.

With so many chances to discover and explore multiple facets of themselves, RSMV is a place where most students will always be doing more than just one thing, thus showcasing their unique identity, one that makes each of them their own person and yet so intrinsically part of the RSMV ‘family’. And like any family, this one too has its own set of traditions that make it different from others. Ask any RSMV student about the 'RSMV Jam' and she will proudly tell you how it is the one school social that students from all other Mumbai schools want to attend - an evening of dressing up, meeting friends in an informal setting, and of course, transforming the school hall into a mini discotheque. Also don't be surprised if you enter the school on a Friday and see students in clothes of their choice or dressed according to a particular ‘theme’; at RSMV, Fridays are ‘dress-as-you-like’ days and the students use this opportunity to dress in clothes that are a reflection of their individual personalities. There are several other such traditions that are characteristically ‘RSMV’- the inter class Mood n Mime competition, the RSMV Fete (Fun Fair), Class Canteens, Food Festivals, RSMV MUN, Just a Minute Competitions and debates, to name but a few. All of these make up the unique and intrinsic culture of the school, one that celebrates life and all that it has to offer, instilling in the students a realization that education can, and should always be a passionate engagement, and school can actually become ‘home’.

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