Haryana 134A Form 2021-22: Apply, Registration, Exam Date and Documents Required

How to Fill Online Application Form 134A for session 2021-22

After one and a half years, the Directorate of Education has released the schedule for admission under the Rule 134A in private schools for poor children under the Right-to-Education Act.

Note: This (2021-22 )Session only online forms are accepted .

Last year, due to Corona pandemic, the applications taken under Rule 134A were postponed in 2020, But even after getting relief from Corona, the admission process could not proceed.

In 2021 Education Departments opens the admission portal and parents can apply online from October 24 to get their children admitted in private schools under the schemes. Read the full articles to get all the details related to the Admission.

About 134a Admission Forms

In accordance with Rule 134-A of the Haryana School Education Rules, 2003 amended in 2013,all Private Recognized Schools are required to reserve 10% of seats from classes 2nd to 12th for the admission of meritorious students belonging to Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) and Below Poverty Line (BPL) Category of the Society.

Important Dates Related to the 134a Application forms

Sr. NoImportantImportant Date
1.134A online Application form fill Start date 29.11.2021
2.Form Apply the Last date14.11.2021
3.134A test date21/11/2021
4.134A result date26/11/2021
5.134A school admission first draw date24.11.2021
6.Date of admission in private school26.11.2021 to 08.12.2021
7.Direct Link Apply onlineclick here
8.Application FeeNo Fee

How to fill 134A online application form for session 2021-22

Go to the link

Select the new registration and follows the steps

  1. Student’s personal details
  2. Parent Details
  3. Address Details
  4. Documents Details
  5. Select Schools Details

fill all the required information carefully any mistakes in the application form can lead to the rejection of forms.

Documents and Information Required to fill the 134a Form

There is lots of information is required to fill the forms such as all the personal information like Students name, Father and mother name etc. Previous study school details like medium of school and BPL and EWS Card information .

Along with all the information to communicate with the candidate like address and mobile number. Also there is list of documents that’s are need to fill the 134a application forms

  • Passport Size Photograph
  • Scanned Signature
  • Educational Documents
  • Birth certificate
  • Domicile/Resident of Haryana Certificate
  • BPL/EWS certificate
  • Proof of residence like Haryana Domicile any one of the following in order of priority UID Aadhar card, Passport, Election Photo Identity Card
  • Income Certificate

Details Related to the 2021 134a Application Forms

According to the Education Department 10 % of seats are reserved under the 134A Rule for Studying economically weaker and Poor children in private schools. This time the online admission process will start in the middle of the session from October 29, which will continue till November 14.

Selection Process

There will be an assessment test for the eligible students on November 14. The result of which will be declared on November 19.

Big Problems for the students Selected in 134a Forms

  • Covering the Remaining the Syllabus

Under Rule 134A, the children who will be admitted till the month of December. By the time children are enrolled in schools, 80 percent of the curriculum or syllabus in private schools will have been done.

In such a situation, the question is that how will these children be educated. How children will be able to match with other children while covering the school Syllabus .

  • Students have paid admission fees

Due to Covid-19, the admission process for the session 2021-22 lasted till July. Children from financially weak families left private schools and took admission in government schools.

When no order came from the Directorate regarding the admission of 134A, the parents got the students admitted in private schools by paying fees.

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