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Now talented children will be able to study for free in Doon School, entrance exam will be held on 14th July

Dehradun. Now talented children will be able to study for free in Doon School, which is one of the prestigious schools. It is not easy to get admission in this school, but now this opportunity will be available to financially weak meritorious students as well. Students will have to first apply to study in Doon School and then pass the written exam of Doon School Scholarship and go through the interview.
According to the information received from the school, Doon School Scholarship Exam will be organized on 14th July. Interested students will have to apply for this exam through the school’s official website www.doonschool.com/dsse/. The registration fee is only Rs. 100. Scholarship exam will be conducted online, in which the proficiency of the candidates in English, Mathematics, Case Studies and Reasoning will be assessed. Successful candidates will be called for interview after passing the main entrance exam to be held on 6th October.
The scholarship amount given to the student by the school under the examination can be from 20 to 120 percent, which is determined by the scholarship committee on the basis of the financial needs and economic condition of the candidate’s family. To prepare for the exam, candidates can take the help of guidelines available from NCERT according to the respective classes for English and Mathematics.

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For admission in class VII, the age of the candidate should be 11-12 years as on 30 September 2024. For class VIII, the age of the student should be 12-13 years as on 30 September 2024. Established in 1935, The Doon School was founded by SR Das, an advocate from Calcutta. Who later also served as the Advocate General of Bengal. SR Das was educated at Manchester Grammar School, a prestigious educational institution for students in England. With the same vision on the lines of British private boarding schools, he planned to establish The Doon School for Indian students in India. He wanted to provide Indian students with the same educational opportunities in India that he had experienced in Manchester.

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