Affiliation Number : 2430168

School Code : 15533



AS per Honourable High Court’s order Revised Tuition fee of Aditya Academy Senior Secondary Dum Dum for the session 2020-21:

Essential & availed Facilities
Sl No Class Reduction of 20% Tuition fees applicable for 2020-21 Essential services viz Electricity, telephone & other maintenance charges Software and  IT infrastructure charges for online classes Total Fees to be paid
1 Nur to KG 1220 100 125 1445
2 Class I to V 1320 100 125 1545
3 Class VI to VIII 1400 100 175 1675
4 Class IX & X 1400 100 175 1675
5 Class XI 1520 100 175 1795
6 Class XII 1520 100 175 1795


Dear Parents,

For the past seven months, the pandemic has really taken a test of our character, resolve, perseverance, and fortitude and it continues to do so.

We, at Aditya Academy Senior Secondary, have been pretty resilient, focused, and committed to continue providing quality education and engagement to our students despite tremendous constraints in terms of available resources both financial and otherwise through innovation and ingenuity brought forth by our teachers and ably supported by our parents.

You would appreciate that these are extremely difficult times that both us and you as our extended family would need to wade through in the spirit of maximum cooperation and minimum discord. The school endeavors to provide for the livelihood of employees with minimal disruptions and your sustained cooperation would be quintessential for a win-win scenario where the teachers and the support staff are in a position to sustain themselves and invest fully in the comprehensive development of your children which is aligned to the human spirit and values of sharing mutual sustenance, societal bonding, and collective progress.

It is in this spirit of oneness and progress that we urge upon you to support the school with full contributions in terms of the school fees without waiver especially those parents who have not been severely impacted by the pandemic in terms of their financial liabilities. The Honorable High Court has also empathized with the schools in this turbulent period and suggested the parents financially prudent enough and who might not require a waiver may continue on with the total fee.

For a private unaided school like us, this is the period of benevolence wherein you may hold hands of those less privileged so that a sense of goodwill, trust, empathy, and understanding evolves for the collective good of one and all.

Solicit your support.


Mrs. Mita Bannerjee