Fee structure (2024 – 25) – Present students

Fee structure for academic session 2024-2025


Monthly Fee Class Fees (Rs.)




Tuition Fee

Nursery, LKG & UKG 4550
I – V 4700
VI – VIII 4800
IX – X 5300
XI – XII (Sc.) 5700
XI – XII (Com.) 5400
XI – XII (Hum.) 5500
Special Unit 3400
Yearly Fee
Session Fee

(Payable in two installments – April & October)

All classes 18500


Class 11 Admission
Administrative charges

(Class XI) – own students

Rs. 30000


Other Fees
Readmission Fee Rs. 20000
Late Fee (per month) Rs. 500
Cheque return charges Rs. 500
Lunch Fee for six months (optional) Rs. 4200
Transport fee for six months (optional) Rs. 15000



  1. Fees must be paid in full and exact via the Green Campus web portal / AGHUB mobile app by the 15th of the respective month to avoid late fees. From the 16th to the month’s end, a late fine of Rs. 500/- will be imposed for that month and each subsequent month. (FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2024-25, FEE TO BE PAID ONLY THROUGH ONLINE MODE. OFFLINE PAYMENT IS DISCONTINUED.)
  2. Fees can be paid in advance on a monthly, quarterly, half-yearly or yearly basis for your convenience.
  3. School fees cover twelve months and are payable monthly, except for:
    1. Classes X and XII:
      • December & January fees due by December 15th
      • February & March fees due by January 15th.
    2. Classes Nursery to IX, and XI:
      • February & March fees due by February 15th.
    3. All dues must be cleared by February 15th before the Final / Board Examination.
    4. Non-payment for two consecutive months will result in removal from the rolls without prior notice.
    5. Re-admission is at the Management’s discretion upon payment of Rs. 20,000/- readmission fees and all outstanding dues.
    6. 500/- cheque dishonour charge applies for any dishonoured cheques.
    7. A one-month notice, or a month’s fee in lieu of notice, is required before withdrawing a child from school.
    8. Fee clearance must be done from the accounts office as and when required.
    9. For clarification, contact the school accounts office at 125/1, Park Street, Kolkata – 700017, between 10:00 am to 12:30 pm, or email it.pkt@agcschools.edu.in for payment-related issues.


Fees once deposited will not be refundable in case of withdrawal


We are pleased to inform you about the recent updates to the education sector through the implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP). The NEP, approved by the Government of India, aims to revolutionize the educational landscape and foster holistic development among learners.

As you are aware, we have already incorporated the transition class, UKG to cater to the 3+3+4 structure corresponding to ages 3-8, 8-11, 11-14, and 14-18 years respectively as per NEP, focusing on holistic development, flexible curriculum, and integration of vocational and academic streams.

In due course, we will be implementing more of the NEP modules for the development of the students.

Moving Forward: –

  1. Holistic and Multidisciplinary Education:
    • Our school has consistently prioritized a comprehensive approach to education, aiming for the all-around development of students’ cognitive, emotional, and physical abilities.
    • Moving forward, we will encourage multidisciplinary learning, enabling students to delve into various fields of knowledge and cultivate a comprehensive understanding of different subjects.
  1. Flexible and Integrated Curriculum:
    • Our school has long adhered to a flexible curriculum framework that empowers students to select subjects aligned with their interests and abilities. Nevertheless, there will now be greater emphasis on incorporating vocational education, arts, humanities, and sciences to deliver a well-rounded learning experience.
  1. Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE):
    • Our school has been instrumental in emphasizing the importance of early childhood care and education, acknowledging its pivotal role in shaping a child’s future. Moving forward, greater emphasis will be placed on ensuring universal access to quality Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE), with a focus on nurturing the holistic development of children from birth to six years of age.
  1. Technology Integration and Digital Learning:
    • Our school endeavours to encourage the incorporation of technology into education, utilizing digital tools and resources to enrich teaching and learning processes. In the foreseeable future, we envision establishing a digital infrastructure (introducing AI curriculum from classes 3 to 9, implementing 21st-century skills, etc.) and connectivity to facilitate equal access to quality education for all students.
  1. Child safety:
    • At our school, the safety of children is our highest concern. We uphold secure facilities and attentive supervision to protect our students. Our institution has led the way in teaching life skills, moral science, and value education. An exclusive session on child safety will be part of the curriculum encompassing topics such as child rights, gender equality, and abuse prevention. This module will be introduced from UKG through class 9 starting from the upcoming academic session.
  1. Connect – workshop for parents:
    • A parent engagement workshop designed to facilitate interactive sessions aimed at fostering stronger connections between parents and their children.

As we move forward, we have an exciting array of events, programs, and initiatives lined up for the upcoming months. From guest lectures to student-led projects, there are numerous opportunities for engagement, learning, and personal growth for students. I urge you to stay connected, actively participate, and keep contributing to the diverse experiences that characterize our institution. Together, we will strive to inspire, innovate, and make a positive impact on the world around us.

Thank you for your steadfast dedication and commitment to excellence.


Warm Regards,

LIONEL M. CHELLAPPA                                                                                      


Notice for all classes

Kindly make note of the following dates: –

8th April, 2024: Students return for the new academic session

17th April, 2024: Classes commence for Class XI

11th May, 2024 – 09th June, 2024: Summer Vacation

8th October, 2024 – 17th October, 2024: Puja Vacation

14th December, 2024 – 08th January, 2025: Winter Vacation


*The above is subject to change.