All admission related queries may be addressed to:

The Admissions Officer
Mallya Aditi International School
Yelahanka, BANGALORE 560106



Application forms will be published on the school website on December 1, 2021. The entire admission process (including the timeline) will be clearly detailed in the forms.

January 1 to 10, 2022: The following categories MUST register with the Admissions Officer: sibling, children of alumni, faculty and staff of Aditi. You can register by sending an email to the Admissions Office. You must provide details of your child and clearly state the category under which you are registering. After registration, the normal application procedure is to be followed.

March 7 to 11, 2022: Std.1 application forms will be available on this website.

March 14, 2022: Last day for the submission of forms. Forms must be submitted by 3 p.m.

Parents of applicants under one or more of the following categories must tick the appropriate box on the form, provided they have already registered their names with the Admissions Officer: siblings, children of alumni, faculty and staff of Aditi. Those who have not registered will be treated as general applicants. Admission under these categories is NOT guaranteed as seats available are limited. Applicants under these categories cannot claim admission as a matter of right.

Please note that application forms must be downloaded. They will NOT be available in school.

All necessary information is provided on the application form.

Applications will be processed and admissions completed on or before May 20, 2022.

The number of seats available is extremely limited. Parents are advised to apply widely to other institutions. The school is not in a position to announce decisions early because other schools are asking for payment of fees.
To be eligible for admission into Std.1 in June 2022, the applicant must be born between September 1, 2015 and August 31, 2016.

Classes (Std.2 to Std.8): application forms will be issued only if vacancies arise.

Aditi is affiliated to the following boards:
Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) for the ICSE (Stds.9 and 10) and ISC (Stds.11 and 12).
Cambridge Assessment for the IGCSE (Stds.9 and 10) and AS/A-Levels (Stds.11 and 12).

Yes, it is as per the directive issued by the Government of Karnataka.

As classes are currently being conducted online, there is no requirement of transport. School transport will not be available in the academic year, even if in-person classes resume.

No. Students bring their own lunch and snack.

Aditi follows the Indian academic year. We start in the first week of June and close for summer at the end of March.

No, it does not. It is a day school.