We are pleased to inform you that Danish School Admissions 2021 in Mianwali DG khan Rahim Yar khan Rajan Pur Attock Application Form Download with complete information is being provided over here. Danish School has invited applications for admission in class 6th on open merit and self finance seats. Interested parents can get admission 2021 forms for their children from the office of your concerned Tehsil DDEO and Danish school. You can also download the admission forms from official website of danish school i.e danishschools.edu.pk. Last date for submission of admission forms is 14-02-2021. First entry test will be conducted on the same date. Two percent quota has been reserved for students of other provinces, while 10% will be filled on self finance basis. Danish Schools show 100% result every year. Self finance students have to pay 12000 rupees monthly fee.
- Art club
- Co-Curricular Activities
- IT Facilities
- Prayer Halls
- Science Club
- Sculpture Club
- Smart Classes
- Load Shedding Free Environment
- Fully Equipped Computer Labs
- Highly Trained and Enthusiastic Staff
- Lush Green Play Grounds
- Fully Decorated Class Rooms Equipped with Electronic Boards.
Danish School Admissions 2021 Procedure to Apply:-
Applicants will have to attach their copies of guardian’s CNIC, 3 photographs, school leaving certificate and form B with the admission form. You can read further details about admission in Danish School 2021 in the newspaper ad cutting below this post. Keep visiting your own website for latest admission alerts.
Danish School Admissions 2021 in Mianwali DG khan Rahim Yar khan Rajan Pur Attock Application Form Download
Danish School Admissions 2021 Deadline:-
- Last date for submission of admission forms is 14-02-2021.
Danish School Admissions Written Test Deadline
- Written Test shall be held on 14th February 2021.
Danish schools were established to provide quality free education to the shinning children of lower middle class. Local community manage these schools, which are promoting education in far flung areas of Pakistan. This project was initially launched for children belonging to the poorest class of the society, but now government has reserved some seats for paid students to bear the expenditure of these institutes.