Sainik Schools

A system of schools in India established and managed by the Sainik Schools Society under Ministry of Defence. They were conceived in 1961 by V. K. Krishna Menon, the then Defence Minister of India, to rectify the regional and class imbalance amongst the Officer cadre of the Indian Military, and to prepare students for entry into the National Defence Academy (NDA), Khadakwasla, Pune and Indian Naval Academy.

The schools come under the purview of respective state governments and Ministry of Defence, and in his Union Budget of 2008, Finance minister, P Chidambaram, allocated Rs 2 crore to each of the 25 Sainik schools, to counter rising attrition in the defence forces, especially at the officer level.

Sainik Schools Society

The Sainik Schools Society is an organization under the Ministry of Defence. The Chief Executive Body of the Sainik Schools Society is a Board of Governors functioning under the Chairmanship of the Defence Minister. For exercising closer control and supervision over the affairs of Sainik Schools there is an Executive Committee under the Chairmanship of Defence Secretary. The day-to-day work of the Society is managed by Dir (Trg) & Hony Secy who is assisted by Inspecting Officers, Under Secretary, Sainik Schools Society and SO(Sainik School Cell). The staff for the cell is provided by the MoD. The local administration of the school is looked after by a Local Board of Administration whose Chairman is the GoC-in-C of the concerned Command where the Sainik School is located.

Existing Sainik Schools under Sainik Schools Society,

State

Location

Established date

Uttar Pradesh

Lucknow

Jul-60

Maharashtra[4]

Satara

23-Jun-61

Punjab[5]

Kapurthala

8-Jul-61

Gujarat[6]

Balachadi

8-Jul-61

Haryana[7]

Kunjpura

24-Jul-61

Rajasthan [8]

Chittorgarh

7-Aug-61

Andhra Pradesh[9]

Korukonda

18-Jan-62

Kerala[10]

Trivandrum

26-Jan-62

West Bengal[11]

Purulia

29-Jan-62

Odisha [12]

Bhubaneswar

1-Feb-62

Tamil Nadu[13]

Amaravathinagar

16-Jul-62

Madhya Pradesh.[14]

Rewa

20-Jul-62

Jharkhand [15]

Tilaiya

16-Sep-63

Karnataka [16]

Bijapur

16-Sep-63

Assam [17]

Goalpara

12-Nov-64

Uttarakhand [18]

Ghorakhal

21-Mar-66

Jammu & Kashmir [19]

Nagrota

22-Aug-70

Manipur [20]

Imphal

7-Oct-71

Himachal Pradesh [21]

Sujanpur Tira

2-Nov-78

Bihar[22]

Nalanda

12-Oct-03

Bihar [23]

Gopalganj

12-Oct-03

Nagaland [24]

Punglwa

2-Apr-07

Karnataka[25]

Kodagu

18-Oct-07

Chhattisgarh[26]

Ambikapur

1-Sep-08

Haryana[27]

Rewari

29-Aug-09

Rajasthan[28]

Jhunjhunu

13-Dec-12

 

Admission

The admission will be done strictly in accordance with the merit mark in the entrance examination. Huge numbers of students are applied for the entrance exam. Consequently, the applicant should get more marks in the entrance exam. The students should know the exam pattern before starting their exam preparation.

Subject Name:

No. of Questions & Marks

Total Marks

Math

50 * 3

150

GK (Sc & Sst)

25 * 2

50

Language

25 * 2

50

Intelligence

25 * 2

50

Total

300

  1. The entrance exam will be consists of two papers such as Paper I and Paper II.
  2. Paper I will be held in first day first half, Mathematical knowledge test for 100 marks.
  3. Language ability test will be conducted for 100 marks.
  4. Paper II will be Intelligence test which contains 100 marks.
  5. Paper I will be held in two hours and paper II will be held in 50 minutes.
  6. The candidates should go through the medical examination where the students will be observed as per the physical standard of authority.

AISSEE VI Entrance exam Syllabus 

 English:

  1. Composition/ Paragraph Writing
  2. Comprehension Passages
  3. Make Meaningful Sentence from Jumbled Words
  4. Spelling
  5. Singular and Plural Forms
  6. Affirmative and Interrogative
  7. Antonyms and Synonyms
  8. Homonyms
  9. Prepositions
  10. One Word Answers/ Fill in the Blanks
  11. Articles
  12. Framing Questions
  13. Sentence Types (Interrogative, Positive, Negative, Exclamatory)
  14. Constructing Sentences with Words.

GK (Sc & SSt) – Science Syllabus:

  1. Living Things,
  2. Characteristics of Living Things,
  3. Plants and Animals,
  4. Interdependence of living things and non living things,
  5. human body,
  6. Food,
  7. Rocks and Minerals,
  8. Diseases,
  9. Air,
  10. Water and weather,
  11. Natural satellite,
  12. simple machines,
  13. Environment,
  14. Natural calamities

GK (Sc & SSt) – Social Studies Syllabus:

  1. Maps Planets,
  2. Solar System,
  3. Satellites,
  4. Continents,
  5. Oceans,
  6. Motion of Earth,
  7. Latitudes and Longitudes,
  8.  
  9. Freedom Fighters and great reformers,
  10. Our freedom struggle.
  11. Structure of Government,
  12. Fundamental rights and duties,
  13. united nation and its functions.

Mathematics:

  1. Number System
  2. Place Value and Face Value of Numbers,
  3. Comparison of Numbers,
  4. Writing Greatest and Smallest numbers,
  5. Rounding off numbers,
  6. Fundamental Operations on number including BODMAS rule,
  7. Number Patterns and Series,
  8. LCM and HCF, Prime Factorisation,
  9. Squares and square roots.

    Fractional and Decimals:

  1. Simplifications, Fundamental Operations Including BODMAS Rule,
  2. Lowest form and equivalent fractions,
  3. Comparisons,
  4. Squares and square roots,
  5. Conversion of fractions to decimals
  6. Percentages and vice versa,
  7. Applications including word problems.

 

    Commercial Mathematics:

  1. Time and work,
  2. Ration and Proportion,
  3. Unitary method,
  4. Percentages,
  5. Profit and loss including percentages,
  6. Simple interest,
  7. Arithmetic mean,
  8. Degree Fahrenheit,
  9. Preparation of cash bills,
  10. Time and distance including conversion of units,
  11. Measurement of temperature in degree Celsius.

 

    Mensuration:

  1. Conversion of Units of Area and Volume,
  2. Perimeter and areas and of triangle – rectangle – square including given diagrams, circumference and area of circle, volumes of solids such as cube and cuboid,

 

    Geometry:

  1. Basic Geometry concepts such as line, point, line segment, ray, etc,
  2. Triangles, classification of angles, Circle and its parts,
  3. Quadrilaterals and polygons,
  4. Interior and exterior of given figures,
  5. Quadrilaterals,
  6. Angle sum property of Triangles,circles, construction of line segments