Rashtriya Military School – Entrance Exam 2021-22


About The Examination:

Education is essential for upgrading the knowledge level, which is closely connected to the social status of a person in an upwardly mobile society. The Military Schools offer the best of education and certain high social status is associated with being attached to  Military Schools. These schools earlier are known as King George VI Royal Indian Military Colleges were given recognition as public schools and were made members of Indian Public Conference. The objectives of these Schools were enlarged and admission was made available to sons of members of Armed Forces as well as civilians. They got their present name “Military Schools” in 1965. There are five Military Schools in India. They are

  1. Chail Military School, (Shimla, HP): Started in 1960
  2. Ajmer Military School, (Ajmer, Rajasthan): Started in 1930
  3. Bangalore Military School, (Bangalore, Karnataka): Started in 1946
  4. Belgaum Military School, (Belgaum, Karnataka): Started in 1945
  5. Dholpur Military School, (Dholpur, Rajasthan): Started in 1962
They are affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education.

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  • To offer level headed, liberal and sound education without religious bias.
  • To develop the students into a good and useful citizen.
  • To develop leadership quality in the students.
  • To get their students admitted in National Defence Academy after Class XII

Month and Frequency of Examination in a Year

Two admission tests are held in a year. One is held in December and the Other in February. The one in December is for admission to Class VI, especially for the boarders. The test in February is for local students for admission to Class VI to IX as day scholars.

General Eligibility:

For admission to class VI, a boy should not be less than 10 Years or more than 11 Years of age on First July of the year of admission.

  • Admissions are made strictly according to the order of merit attained by a student. The order of merit is worked out separately for each class. A boy who does not pass the test is not admitted even if a vacancy exists.
  • Admissions are subjected to the boys being found medically fit. Bedwetters are not admitted.
  • Until the waiting list of Class VI is completely exhausted, admission will not be made to class VII. The same is true for all the other classes.

Test Pattern:

Sections                : No. of Questions :           Max. Marks :               Max. Time

English                        40                          50                    35 Min

General Knowledge    50                          50                    35 Min

Intelligence Test          50                          50                    35 Min

Mathematics               40                          50                    45 Min


Those candidates who qualify in the written test will be called for the interview at one of the Rashtriya Military schools. Marks of the interview will be added to the score of the written test before deciding the final merit. No travelling or other allowance is admissible in connection with the journeys undertaken for the common entrance test or the interview.

Final Selection:

Candidates selected in order of merit on the basis of total marks secured by them in the admission test and the interview will be admitted to different Rashtriya Military Schools based on the availability of vacancies, medical fitness and as per the reservation norms laid down for various categories.

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