Eklavya Model School Admission 2021-22 : The Gujarat State Tribal Education Society is goin to fill seats of Schedule Tribe students for Eklavya Model Residential Schools for year 2021-22. Eklavya Model School Admission 2021-22 is now going to start for latest Admission process. The Gujarat EMRS is going to start the admission process to fill the 6th Class. In the process of admission, the organization has finished the written test.
Interested and eligible candidates an visit the official site and apply for admission in Eklavya Model School. Students who are in Schedule Tribe Category and studying in standard 6th can apply for this admission. More details related Eklavya Model School Admission 2021-22 is given below. Check full details before applying.
Eklavya Model School Admission 2021-22
|Organization||The Gujarat State Tribal Education Society|
|School Name||Eklavya Model Residential Schools(EMRS)|
|Admission Open for Year||2021-22|
|Admission for Class||6th standard students|
|Application Mode||Offilne(Form will be available in Govt.Schools)|
|EMRS Exam Date||18th April 2021|
|Admission Process||Based On Merit Of Entarnce Exam|
Eklavya Model School Admission 2021-22 : Eligibility
- The Students must belong to Schedule Tribe(ST) Category
- Students must be at least 13 years of age on date of Admission
- Students must be passed 5th standard(Studying in 6th Standard)
Eklavya Model School Admission 2021-22 : Important Dates
|Admission form Avalibility||23rd Februay 2021|
|Last Date of Form Submission||8th March 2021|
|EMRS Exam Date||18th April 2021|
|EMRS Result Date||May 2021(Tentative)|
Eklavya Model School Admission 2021-22 : Important Links
|Official Notification||Download Link|
|Application Form||Download Link|
|Address Of EMRS Schools||Download Link|
Toll free Helpline Number : 1800 233 7928
Official Website : eklavya-education.gujarat.gov.in
About Eklavya Model School
Eklavya Model Residential School (EMRS) is a Government of India scheme for model residential school for Indian tribals (ST, Scheduled Tribes) across India. It is one of the flagship intervention of the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India and was introduced in the year 1997-98 to ensure tribal students get access to quality education in the remote tribal areas. EMRSs are set up in States/UTs with grants under Article 275(1) of the Constitution of India. As per the budget 2018-19, every block with more than 50% ST population and at least 20,000 tribal persons, will have an Eklavya Model Residential School by the year 2022.
The government gives one time ₹30 lakh grant for establishing the school, thereafter up to ₹30 lakh per school annually. Additional cost is borne by state governments. At the end of 2018, a total of 284 EMRSs have been sanctioned with maximum of 32 approved in Madhya Pradesh.There is around 226 EMRSs functional across the country and 68 of them are affiliated to the CBSE.
In the context of the trend of establishing quality residential schools for the promotion of education in all areas and habitations in the country, the Eklavya Model Residential Schools (EMRS) for ST students take their place among the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs), the Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas (KGBVs) and the Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs).
Structure of EMRS
a) Admission to these schools will be through selection/competition with suitable provision for preference to children belonging to Primitive Tribal Groups, first generation students, etc.
b) Sufficient land would be given by the State Government for the school, play grounds, hostels, residential quarters, etc., free of cost.
c) The number of seats for boys and girls will be equal.
d) In these schools, education will be entirely free.
e) Every class can have maximum 60 students preferably in 2 sections of 30 students each and the total sanctioned strength of the school will be 480 students.
f) At the Higher Secondary level (class XI & XII), there will be three sections per class for the three streams in Science, Commerce & Humanities. The maximum sanctioned strength of the each section may be 30 students. In case of short fall in a section, ST students from other schools may be admitted as per procedure mentioned at above para (a).