Admission policy and procedure

The admission procedure at Fatimiyah Girls' School is a fair and transparent process. The

admission procedure consists of the following steps:

Application Submission: Parents can obtain the admission application form from the school

office. The completed application form, along with all required documents, should be submitted

to the admissions office within the specified timeframe.

Documentation: Along with the application form, applicants are required to submit supporting

documents which include:

 Birth certificate/ B-Form

 Previous academic records/ transcripts

 Passport-sized photographs

 Parent CNIC & JCIC (if member)

 Any other documents specified by the school

Entrance Examination/Interview: Applicants are required to appear in an entrance

examination to assess their academic abilities. Additionally, there is an interview process to

evaluate the student's interests, aspirations, and suitability for the school's academic


Assessment of Criteria: The admission committee reviews each application based on

predetermined criteria, which may include academic performance, extracurricular activities,

conduct, and other relevant factors.

Notification of Admission: Once the assessment process is complete, successful applicants are

notified of their admission status via list posted at the entrance of the school. Successful

applicants are required to collect offer letter from the admin block along with instructions for

completing the enrollment process.

Enrollment and Fee Payment: Upon receiving an admission offer, parents or guardians are

required to complete the enrollment process, which may involve submitting additional

documents, completing registration forms, and paying the necessary fees.

Orientation: Prior to the start of the academic year, new students and their families are invited

to attend an orientation session, where they can familiarize themselves with the school's policies,

facilities, and academic programs.

Specific details of the admission procedure, including deadlines, requirements, and criteria, may

vary from year to year.