The applicants or parents must collect information about Rashtriya Military School admission process before submitting the application form. The RMS Belgaum was found in the year 1945 on 30th December with the name of King George VI Royal Indian Military College. It was fourth institute under Rashtriya Military Schools category. The Rashtriya Military Schools has its branches in Ajmer, Belgaum, Bangalore, Dholpur and Chail. All the schools are affiliated by the CBSE board, which run under the Ministry of Defence. These schools were set up with the aim to provide quality education to the sons of JCOs and OR of the Indian Army and the equivalent ranks of Indian Air Force and Navy. The primary aim of the school is to nurture the talent of such students who are willing to join Indian Armed Forces. Boys, who are within 10 to 12 years of age, are eligible for admission in class 6th. The more details regarding the Rashtriya Military School Belgaum Admission 2022-23 are given below.


Rashtriya Military School Belgaum Admission Dates 2021

Common Prospectus for Admission to Rashtriya Military Schools at Chail, Ajmer,
Belgaum, Bengaluru & Dholpur For Class-VI & IX for Academic Session 2022-2023
RMS Chail, Shimla
RMS Ajmer
RMS Belgaum
RMS Bengaluru
RMS Dholpur
Rashtriya Military Schools are English medium residential Public Schools run by the Ministry of Defence to impart quality education to the
wards of defence personnel and civilians from Classes VI to XII. These Schools are the founding members of the Indian Public Schools'
Conference (IPSC). Established in the year 1925, these Schools are among the oldest Public Schools in India. There are five Rashtriya Military
Schools (RMS) located at Chail in the Shimla Hills of Himachal Pradesh, Ajmer and Dholpur in Rajasthan, Belgaum and Bengaluru in Karnataka.
Cadets are admitted into Class VI & IX through a Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted under the aegis of the Integrated Headquarters,
Ministry of Defence (Army).
The aim of Rashtriya Military Schools is "to impart quality education and prepare the cadets to join the Defence Services".
Rashtriya Military Schools are affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The medium of instruction in the Schools is
English. The academic year is from April to March and is divided into two terms. All Schools offer Science stream.Rashtriya Military Schools
prepare Cadets for the following examinations:-
(a) Central Board of Secondary Education
(i) All India Secondary School Examination (Class X).
(ii) All India Senior School Certificate Examination (Class XII)
(b) Union Public Service Commission Examination for admission to National Defence Academy.
Common Entrance Test for admission to Class VI and IX is held in December and is automated OMR based in subjects mentioned under
the head “ADMISSION TEST”. For admission to Class VI a candidate (Boys & Girls) should not be less than 10 years and more than 12
years of age as on 31 March of the year of admission. For admission to Class IX a candidate (Only Boys) should not be less than 13 years
and more than 15 years of age as on 31 March of the year of admission. Admission into Classes VI and IX is on the basis of available
vacancies. Parents/students should also note that all admissions are in the category of Boarders only. No day scholars are allowed.
Admissions are for both Boys and Girls. Important dates for admission in Rashtriya Military Schools are as under:-
Education Qualification : For admission to Class VI, the candidates should have passed Class V or be studying in Class V and pass it before
the date of admission to a Rashtriya Military School. For admission in Class IX, the candidate should have passed Class VIII from a government/
recognized school before the date of admission to a Rashtriya Military School. However, candidates studying in Class V and Class VIII are
eligible to appear in the respective Entrance Test. They should also preferably know sufficient English which is the medium of instruction in
Rashtriya Military Schools.
Age : Boys & Girls aged between 10-12 years as on 31 March 2022 (born between 01 April 2010 to 31 March 2012, both days inclusive) for
admission in Class VI and Boys(only) aged between 13-15 years as on 31 March 2022 (born between 01 April 2007 to 31 March 2009, both
days inclusive) for admission in Class IX. Six months relaxation in upper age limit is permissible for wards of personnel Killed in Action. The
Authority for Date of Birth will be a School Leaving Certificate obtained from the previous school of the candidate and countersigned by the
District Education Officer. Certificates issued by Gram Panchayat or any other local body are not acceptable. Any variation in the Date of Birth
or any other particulars in the sheet role and the School Leaving Certificate will render the candidature of the child null and void.
The schools have reservation of seats in categories mentioned below:-
(a) 70% of seats are reserved for the wards of serving and retired JCOs/OR those in the Army, Navy and Air Force.
(b) 30% of seats are reserved for the wards of Officers & Civilians.
(c) 27%,15%and7.5%oftheseatsineachcategory(excludingOfficerCategory)arereservedforOBCNon-creamylayer,SCandST
(d) A total of 50 seats (Not more than 15 in either of the school) are earmarked for wards of personal killed in action.
(e) 10% seats or 30 vacancies maximum (put together in all 05 RMSs) will be reserved for Girl candidates.
Admission Test : The CET written
examination for Class VI & Class IX will be
fully Automated through Optical Mark
Reader (OMR) based examination and
scheme of marking for these papers will
be as given on the right side :-
Maximum Minimum%
Marks to qualify
(a) English
(Candidate is required to qualify in this
test. English Marks are not counted
towards Merit)
50 35%
(b) Intelligence Test 50 40%
(c) Mathematics 50 40%
(d) General Knowledge & Current Affairs 50 40%
(e) Interview 20
Maximum Minimum%
Marks to qualify
(a) Paper- 1
English =50marks
Hindi =20marks
Social Science =30marks
(b) Paper- 2
Maths =50marks
Science =50marks
(c) Interview 50
100 50%
100 50%
(a) Dates for Online Submission of Application Forms for Class VI & Class IX 8th Nov 2021 to 8th Dec 2021
(b) Date of Written Examination for Class VI & Class IX 23th Jan 2022 (Tentative)
Tuition fee and caution money with respect to different categories is given below. SC and ST candidates are required to pay one fourth of the
amount mentioned below :-
Note: Caution money will be deposited at the time of
admission and refunded without interest to the cadet on
discharge from the school. The School fees are payable for a
year and will be paid directly to the school at the time of
admission. No fees will be charged from the wards of officers
and JCOs/OR and their equivalent ranks in the Navy and Air
Force who have been killed in action.
The wards of service officers/JCOs/NCOs killed in action
are entitled complete exemption from tuition fees and
other fees. (Capitation fee & Caution money not included).
Tuition Fees Caution Money
(per year) (Onetime)
OR & their equivalents in the Navy and
IAF (including Ex-Servicemen)
Rs. 12000/- Rs. 1200/-
(b) JCO & their equivalents in the Navy and
IAF (including Ex-Servicemen)
Rs. 18000/- Rs. 1800/-
Service Offrs all three Forces (including
Rs. 25000/- Rs. 3800/-
(e) Civilians Rs. 51000/- Rs. 6000/-
SNo Category
(f) For SC/ST
(25% of Fee paid
by the respective
15% of the non-entitled cadets (i.e. wards of service officers and civilians) in the school are awarded means-cum-merit scholarships on the
basis of a common scholarship test conducted by the Army Headquarters. The scholarships are awarded as per following rules:
(a) Full remission of the school fees in the case of those cadets whose parents income is less than Rs. 3,00,000/- in a financial year.
(b) Fees at half rates are charged from cadet whose parents income exceeds Rs. 3,00,000/- but is not more than Rs. 4,50,000 - in the
financial year.
Syllabus : Written test will generally be of Class V standard for Class VI admission and Class VIII standard for Class IX admission.
Medium of Question Paper in Entrance exam is bilingual (English and Hindi both) for Class VI and only in English for Class IX.
Interview : Those candidates who qualify in the written test and short-listed, 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 traveling or
other allowance is admissible in connection with the journeys undertaken for the Common Entrance Test or the interview.
Result : Merit list of successful candidates and the school allotment will be declared by IHQ of MoD (Army), DGMT/MT-15. No separate
intimation will be sent to the unsuccessful candidates. However, the final result will be available on www.rashtriyamilitaryschools.edu.in
and on army Intranet.
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 availability of vacancies, medical fitness and as per the
reservations norms laid down for various categories. Qualified candidates will be allotted school purely on the basis of Merit and vacancy
available in school.
Medical Fitness : All the candidates will be required to undergo medical fitness examination before admission to the Rashtriya
Military Schools as per norms/criteria as specified in AFMSF-2 and only in the hospital he has mentioned in the Application Form. The
medical examination will be carried out at only one of the listed hospitals mentioned under the head "LIST OF HOSPITALS FOR CONDUCT
OF MEDICAL TEST". Candidate found medically unfit by the board of officers at listed hospitals will not be admitted. The candidate will
also be required to remain medically fit during the course of his/her stay at Rashtriya Military School. The admission of the candidate will
be provisional till Fitness certificate is received from the Hospital. NO CHANGE IN MEDICAL EXAM CENTRE WILL BE ALLOWED.
A minimum of Rs. 10,000/- will be deposited by all categories in the Pocket Money Account of the ward to cater to the traveling expenses and
monthly pocket money. It is mandatory to maintain balance of Rs. 4,000/- at any one time under this head.
Normally, leave will not be granted to a cadet in the middle of the term. The Principal will exercise his discretion regarding grant of leave on
very special grounds such as serious illness of parents or the marriage of real brothers or sisters. Leave applications must be signed by the
parents. Parents should also mention that journey of their wards will be performed at parents risk and expense.
6:00 AM - 6:30 AM - Physical Training
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM - Breakfast
8:30 AM - 8:50 AM - Morning Assembly
8:50 AM - 1:30 PM - Academic Classes
1:45 PM - 2:15 PM - Lunch
2:15 PM - 4:00 PM - Quiet Period
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM - Games/Club
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM - Evening Prep
8:00 PM - 9:30 PM - Dinner/Ante Room
9:30 PM - 10:30 PM - Own-time Study
10:45 PM onwards - Lights Out
The Daily routine of the Rashtriya Military Schools have come to establish themselves as important traditions of the schools. While the day is
planned so as to get the Cadets to live an active campus-life due heed is also paid to have ample scope for rest, leisure and individual time. The
routine followed in Rashtriya Military Schools is as given :-
Note : The timings may vary from school to school depending upon the local weather conditions.
Applications for inter school transfer of cadets will be entertained by the Principal upto 15 Feb each year and the transfers will be entertained
only in the beginning of the following academic session. Inter school transfer will not be permitted as a matter of course but only under
exceptional circumstances or for any other extraordinary reason considered valid by the Army HQ (MT-15). Transfer of Cadets will be
considered based on the following conditions:-
(a) The cadets of ex-servicemen who wish to transfer his ward to a school nearer home to save travelling expenses.
(b) The cadets seeking transfer has a brother/sister (not cousin) studying in the receiving school.
(c) Transfer on medical ground only certified by the RMO of the school where the cadet is presently studying.
With the tremendous developments in the field of education and educational infrastructure, the Rashtriya Military Schools too have
developed their infrastructural facilities to match the best available. State-of-art equipment and buildings are slowly augmenting the existing
facilities. The Schools offer the best facilities of residential public schools with all the amenities made available to the Cadets.
The academic growth of the Cadets at Rashtriya Military Schools is substantially augmented with a wide range of sports and games
embedded within the curriculum. The Schools have facility for pursuance of almost all sports and games. The Cadets are encouraged to
actively participate in games and sports and specialized coaching is imparted by trained Army personnel. The academic calendar of the school
schedules a number of sporting events and competitions, to create in the cadets the required competitive edge. The Schools provide facilities
for daily games in Football, Hockey, Cricket, Basketball, Volleyball, Table Tennis, Boxing and Athletics. Daily morning P.T. is compulsory for the
Cadets reside in Houses. The Houses are the intrinsic units of the schools but each house has its own motto and colour which gives each one of
them a separate identity and house spirit. The Cadets are distributed equally in all houses. Each house has a Hostel Superintendent and a
warder to look after the personal comforts & welfare of the Cadets. Each house is provided with a Dish TV set for recreation of cadets.
The Schools have an Ml Room with the presence of Medical Officer / Nursing Assistants. Special care is taken of the health of the cadets.
Detailed medical history charts are maintained for individual cadets and a careful and accurate periodical record of height, weight and chest
measurements is kept. Cadets who need special treatment are sent to other hospitals having requisite facilities. Where payment is required
to be made, it is communicated to cadets parents.
The Schools provide to the cadets well-balanced, and nourishing diet. The cadets are served three meals a day in addition to milk in the
morning and tea & snacks in the forenoon and afternoon. The daily menu invariably includes fresh fruit, milk, butter, jam, eggs, cereals,
vegetables and meat/fish/chicken. Separate arrangement exists for vegetarians and non-vegetarians.
Varied activities like Photography, Dramatics, Art & Craft, Wood Work, Music,Debating and Declamation are organised with the aim of
helping cadets to make an intelligent use of their leisure time.
Co-curricular activities play an important part in the training imparted to the cadets. The schools provide an ample scope for the
development of the students creative skills in fine arts and crafts.
NCC Training is compulsory for all the cadets. The Schools have Army, Air and Naval Wings of Senior / Junior Division NCC as available and
feasible. In addition Scouting and Trekking are regular features of extracurricular activities.
Cadets are required to follow School discipline meticulously. Younger cadets are guided and helped by the senior cadets to learn to live in a
disciplined way. If a cadet is declared undesirable he/she will be sent home immediately at parents' cost and risk. In such cases, the decision of
the Principal shall be final and binding. Ragging is strictly prohibited in the school as per the guidelines of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India.
Cadets may be withdrawn from the school by the school authority on grounds of extreme indicipline cases.
Text Books will not be provided by the School free of cost. These are required to be purchased by the cadets. Stationery items will also be
required to be purchased and may be procured from the authorized school shop to maintain uniformity.
1 Mattresses 1
2 Mosquito Net 1
3 Bed sheet 2
4 Pillow Cases 2
5 Blankets 2
6 Pillow 1
7 Rain cape 1
8 Gum Boots 1
9 Satchel 1
10 Grey Bag 1
11 Kit Bag 1
for RMS Chail Only
SNo Items
SNo Items
Quantity Quantity
(Pairs/Nos) (Pairs/Nos)
1 Tooth Brush 1 20 Vest & Underwear 4
2 Tooth Paste 1 21 Handkerchief 6
3 Toilet Soap with Case 2 22 Shirt Khaki 6
4 Washing Soap with Case 2 23 Shorts Khaki 6
5 Hair Oil 1 24 Shirts White 3
6 Nail Cutter 1 25 Stocking woolen Navy Blue 2
7 Shoe polish 1 26 Socks Woolen or Socks Cotton 4
8 Polish brush 1 27 Shorts Sports 4
9 Mirror 1 28 Shirt Sports 4
10 Rain Coat 1 29 Shoes (Oxford) 2
11 Water proof shoes 1 30 PT Shoes 2
12 Slippers 1 31 Suit Woolen 1
13 Plastic Bucket with Mug 1 32 Pullover 1
14 Torch 1 33 School Tie 1
15 School Bag 1 34 Trouser White 1
16 School Belt 1 35 Cap with Crest/ Pagri 1
17 Steel box/suit case 1 36 Jodhpuri Coat 1
18 Lock & Key 1 37 Vest Woolen for Chail Only 1
19 Football boots 1
Sno Items Sno Items
Kit and clothing items to be provided at the time of admission are given below. For pattern, sample and quality, parents /guardians are
requested to contact the school authorities at the time of admission.
Note :
Individual school may also require the cadets to procure / possess
additional items as per individual school requirements.
All the item’s mentioned on the right table except
mattresses shall however, be provided by officers and
civilian parents to their wards at their own expenses.
Kindly ensure that these items are brought along at the
time of admission.
Any item specific to the need of the school will be
intimated to the parents by the School concerned. The
parents of children selected for admission to Rashtriya
Military School, Chail are advised to provide their wards
a good quilt and two pairs of woolen trousers.
Parents/guardians are requested to co-operate with the school for its smooth functioning by observing the following :
(a) Prompt acknowledgement of all School communication regarding fees, progress reports & compliance with the instructions
contained in various circulars & letters.
(b) Do not send money directly to your child/ward as he is not allowed to receive or possess ready cash.
(c) Avoid request for leave for your child/ward during the term.
(d) Ensure that your child / ward is properly equipped with proper kit and clothing and other necessities.
(e) Your child/ward must have sufficient balance in his pocket money account.
(f) He/She should rejoin School on due date after each vacation.
(g) The cadets are not allowed to keep any valuables with them, such as, expensive wrist watches, gold rings and gadgets such as mobiles,
laptops, camera, pen drives, ATM cards etc. The school will not be responsible for the loss of any such article if kept in the House.
Cadets will not be allowed to keep any cash. If found, it will be confiscated and deposited in their Pocket Money Account. No money
order will be accepted in the name of cadets. Cadets are not allowed to keep accounts in the local Banks or Post Office. The defaulters
will invite disciplinary action.
(h) In case of illness, if the presence of a parent or guardian is required, you shall be informed by the School which you should promptly
(j) In all correspondence, the child's/ward's School No, name, house and class should be mentioned.
(k) Parents /guardians can meet their ward only with a prior permission from the respective House Master.
(l) Parents to sign and submit Indemnity Bond on Rs. 50/- Stamp paper attested by the Notary at the time of admission.
Parents will be informed well in advance the date of the commencement of vacation. It is the responsibility of parents to intimate the school
as to where they want their wards to spend vacation. Parents may come personally or authorise any other person in writing to collect their
ward. The school will otherwise dispatch the cadets at parent's risk. Similarly, parents will ensure that the cadets are escorted back to school
on the due date. Late arrivals after vacation will be penalised and/or punished as decided by the Principal.
List of Command / Zonal and other Hospitals Nominated by the Director General Medical Services to carry
out Examination of Wards selected for admission to Rashtriya Military School are as under:-
NOTE : Medical Board Proceeding AFMSF-2, duly signed by the President of the
Medical Board, have to be submitted at the time of admission.
Hospital Type Area Hospital Name Code
Command Hospital Eastern Command, Kolkata 11
Command Hospital Southern Command, Pune 12
Command Hospital Central Command, Lucknow 13
Command Hospital Western Command, Chandimandir 14
Command Hospital Air Force, Bengaluru 15
Command Hospital Northern Command, C/o 56 APO 16
Southern Command MH Ahmedabad 21
Southern Command MH Jodhpur 22
Southern Command MH Kirkee 23
Southern Command MH Secunderabad 24
Western Command MH Ambala 31
Western Command MH Jalandhar 32
Western Command 159 (GH) 33
Western Command Base Hospital, Delhi Cantt 34
Eastern Command MH Barrackpore 41
Eastern Command 151 Base Hospital 42
Eastern Command 155 Base Hospital 43
Eastern Command 158 Base Hospital 44
Northern Command 166 MH 51
Northern Command 167 MH 52
Northern Command 92 Base Hospital, C/O 56 APO 53
Northern Command 150 Gen Hospital, C/O 56 APO 54
Central Command MH Agra 61
Central Command MH Allahabad 62
Central Command MH Meerut 63
Central Command MH Bareilly 64
Central Command MH Dehradun 65
Central Command MH Jabalpur 66
Central Command MH Jhansi 67
Central Command MH Namkum 68
Central Command MH Roorkee 69
Central Command Base Hospital, Lucknow 70
South West Command MH Jaipur 81
South West Command 174 MH 82
Other Hospital INHS Sanjivini, Cochin 91
Other Hospital INHS Ashvini, Mumbai 92
Other Hospital INHS Kalyani, Vishakhapattanam 93
Other Hospital INHS Dhanwantari, Port Blair 94
Rashtriya Military School Chail (Shimla Hills) is a residential English Medium Public School under the Ministry of
Defence. The foundation of this school was laid by the Prince of Wales in Feb 1922 and the School started functioning in
Sep 1925 at Jalandhar Cantt. In 1952 the School was shifted to Nowgong (MP) and was moved to its present location at
Chail in 1960. The school was renamed as Chail Military School with effect from 01 Jan 1966 and now as Rashtriya
Military School Chail wef 25 Jun 2007. Rashtriya Military Chail was initially known as King George V's Royal Indian
Military School, later called as King George V's Royal Indian Military College and then as King George's School. Military
Schools provided education to wards of the Defence Service personnel and prepared them for career in the Armed
Forces. In 1952 Rashtriya Military Schools were organized as residential Public Schools for students. Their objectives
were enlarged and admissions were thrown open to the wards of Defence Service Officers and Civilians. These Schools
are the members of Indian public Schools conference.
The School Office functions from 0830 hrs to 1430 hrs and 1530 hrs to 1630 hrs on all working days, school office
will remain closed on Sundays and Holidays. The Academic and Administrative head of the school is the Principal who is
assisted by Administrative Officer of the rank of Captain/Major from Army.
The school is situated at 7500 feet above mean sea level amidst the scenic splendour of Himalayan forests. The
place has a salubrious climate and occupies an important position on the tourist map of India. Chail is 29 Kms. from
Kandaghat on Kalka - Shimla line, and 85 Kms. from Kalka. One can reach by narrow gauge rail from Kalka to Kandaghat
and from there by bus to Chail.
Rashtriya Military School Ajmer, with its panoramic view of surrounding hills, spread over 87 acres was founded
on 15 Nov 1930 as King George's Royal Indian Military School to take care of education of wards of defence personnel.
In 1952, the school was reorganized on public school lines and admissions were made open to the wards of Defence
service Officers and Civilians. In 1954, the school became the member of the India Public School Conference
(IPSC).The School was renamed Military School in 1966 and its old motto 'Play the Game' was replaced with 'Sheelam
Param Bhushanam' which means 'Character is the highest virtue'. On 25 June 2007 the school got its present name
'Rashtriya Military School Ajmer'.
The Rashtriya Military School Ajmer, an English medium school affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi is a catagory 'A'
establishment run by the Ministry of Defence and is an active member of the IPSC.
The school has several of its alumni occupying high positions in the Armed Forces and in other sectors doing
stellar support to the motherland.
The school is situated along the Jaipur-Ajmer road at a distance of 3 Kms from the Railway station and about 1
Km from the Rajasthan Roadways Bus Stand with the city to its south.
Ajmer city is located in the centre of Rajasthan and is surrounded by Aravali hills. The 'Ana Sagar' and 'Foy Sagar'
lakes add to the beauty of this city. Ajmer is known world over for Dargah Sharif and Pushkar and for its inclusive Sufi
Culture. Climatically, in Ajmer, winters are moderate and summers are hot. Evenings are very pleasant even during
peak summer.
Rashtriya Military School, Belgaum was founded on 30th December 1945 at Belgaum in the then Bombay province. It
was then called King George VI Royal Indian Military College. This was the fourth such institution set up in the country. Initially
admission to the school was restricted to the wards of JCOs and OR of the Army and their equivalent ranks in the Navy and Air
Force. The cadets were prepared for the Army Special Certificate Education Examination. The Instructional staff was drawn
exclusively from the Army Educational Corps. It was incumbent upon all cadets to join the defence service after finishing School.
On Republic Day 1950, the School was renamed King George's Military College. In July 1952, the School was re-organized
along the lines of Residential Public Schools. Admissions were thrown open to the wards of service Officers as well as Civilians.
The school switched over to the Senior Cambridge Certificate Examination and the pre-condition for admission that all wards
should join the defence services was withdrawn. The School was simultaneously renamed as King George's School.
In 1963, the School was affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi and the students
switched over to the Higher Secondary Examination conducted by the Board. On 01 January 1966, the School was renamed
'Belgaum Military School'. Belgaum, In January 1988 the prefix 'Belgaum' was dropped and the School was redesignated
'Military School Belgaum'. Since Jun 2007, the school is known as Rashtriya Military School, Belgaum.
The School is ideally located in Belgaum Cantonment, on the outskirts of Belgaum city, which is one of the fastest
growing cities in northwest Karnataka. The district of Belgaum borders two states, Maharashtra and Goa. It is about 100 km (by
road) from Hubli, which is one of the bigger junctions on the South-Central Railway. Belgaum is also connected by rail (single line)
to Pune, Miraj, Londa and Hubli.
Touching the border of two states, Maharashtra and Goa, Belgaum is one of the oldest towns in Karnataka. Lying at a
distance of 502 km from Bangalore and 500 km from Mumbai. Belgaum is endowed with natural beauty and lush green
environment which create a world of contrast and harmony, with and swift kaleidoscopic changes in topography, vegetation and
climate (50” rainfall). Its hinterland offers a rich resource mix, attracting people as tourist, settlers, job-seekers and
entrepreneurs making it a veritable paradise or a 'poor man's Switzerland.
King George Royal Indian Military College, Bangalore was established on 1 August 1946 to facilitate education of
the wards of defence personnel from South India. Cadets were educated, then from III to VI form to enable them to
appear for the Army's Special Examination, which was equivalent to high school education. The three Houses, at
those times were Coot, Give and Cornwallis.
The School was reorganised in September 1952 and was thrown open to wards of commissioned officers and
civilians. The name of the school was shortened to King George's School. The school motto was 'Play the Game'. A
member of lPSC (Indian Public School Conference) the school prepared cadets for 'Senior Cambridge Examination'
from 1952 to 1962. The nascent patriotic fervour found its local expression when the houses were renamed as Rajaji,
Nehru and Mountbatten. The Mountbatten House was changed to Tagore House and a new House by name Shastri
House was created. In 1966, The School's name was altered to 'Bangalore Military School' and after four years of its
affiliation to ICSE, the school adpoted a CBSE syllabus in 1967.
In 1969, The school's motto was changed to "Sheelam Param Bhushanm ", a Sanskrit Shloka which means
"Character is the highest virtue'. Thereafter, the school celebrated its Diamond Jubilee from 08th Dec to 10th Dec
2006. In July 2007 the school was redesignated as "Rashtriya Military School" Bangalore.
Rashtriya Military School, Bengaluru is located near MG Road at Richmond Town on Hosur Road. Johnson
Market and Saint Philomena’s Hospital are the main landmarks to reach RMS Bengaluru. The School is 7 Kms away
from State Bus Stand, 8.5 Kms from City Railway Station and 5.6 Kms from Cantonment Railway Station. Bengaluru
International Airport is 36 Kms far from School’s location.
Rashtriya Military School, Dholpur was the fifth and the youngest of the five Rashtriya Military Schools. Raised
on 16 ]uly 1962, the School is the only Rashtriya Military School raised after the Independence. Located on the
Dholpur - Bari Highway, the School is housed in a regal palace donated by the erstwhile Maharaja of Dholpur,
Udaybhan Singh. The School Campus is spread over an area of more than 1500 acres of the Royal Estate.
Though being the youngest, the School has come to establish itself as one of the premier residential public
schools of the country, with its alumni spread all across the globe.
Rashtriya Military School, Dholpur is located at a distance of 10.5 kilometers from Dholpur City. Dholpur is on
the New Delhi - Bhopal Main Central Railway Line and Delhi -Mumbai National Highway No. 3. The city is well
connected to almost all parts of the country. The nearest airport is at Delhi at a distance of 250 kilometers.
Dholpur is climatically unique in the sense that the region witnesses all the climatic conditions of summer,
monsoons, autumn winter and spring in ample abundance. Though the mercury soars high in the summer months for
a few days the climatic conditions remain quite salubrious throughout the year.
1. Please go through the Prospectus & Instruction Booklet carefully before filling the form.

2. Incomplete/Unsigned/Wrongly filled and forms without Photograph will be rejected without intimation.

3. Check all the columns are filled and NO column is left blank.

4. Check the Class for which candidate has applied is correctly filled. Female Candidates can apply for Class-6 Only.

5. Check the Category filled is correct as 

OBC (Creamy Layer) Candidates /
OBC (Creamy Layer) Candidates Will Apply under General Category (JCOs & OR | Civilian / Officer). 

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Only Wards of Widows of Defence Officers Killed in War Will APPLY under this Category.

Only Wards of Civilians / Defence Officers (NOT JCO & OR) Will APPLY under this Category. Note : Wards of Para Military, Police
Personnel & Defence Civilians Will APPLY under this Category. Wards of Serving & Retired Officers of Army, Air Force and Navy
Will APPLY under this Category.

6. Check the Exam Centre code filled is correct. It cannot be changed thereafter.

7. Check RMS School for Admission filled is correct (Allotment of school will be done as per place of candidate in Merit and
availability of seat in particular school). 

8. Check the Date of Birth of candidate filled is correct.

9. Check the choice filled for MH for Medical Exam is correct. It cannot be changed thereafter.

10. Check the Name of Candidate and his Father & Mother filled is correct.

11. Check the E-mail ID is correct and mail can be received on it.

12. Check the Mobile Number filled in form is working on which useful information by SMS can be received.

13. Check the Postal Address filled is correct for receiving post in time.

14. Check latest Passport sized Photograph is uploaded at the given place.

15. Check the Sigature is uploaded at the given place.

16. Check the RMS, in which your own brother is studying is filled correctly.

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Rashtriya Military School, Ajmer
Rashtriya Military School, Belgaum
Rashtriya Military School, Bengaluru
Rashtriya Military School, Dholpur
Address : Chail, (Shimla Hills), (HP) - 173 217
E-mail : [email protected]
Website : www.rashtriyamilitaryschools.in/chail
Telephone : 01792-248326
Fax : 01792-248750
Rashtriya Military School, Chail
Address : Ajmer, Rajasthan - 305 001
E-mail : [email protected]
Website : www.rashtriyamilitaryschoolajmer.in
Telephone : 0145-2624105
Fax : 0145-2426643
Address : Camp, Belgaum, Karnataka - 590 009
E-mail : [email protected]
Website : www.militaryschoolbelgaum.edu.in
Telephone : 0831 - 2407531, 2407530, 6912 (Mil)
Fax : 0831-2402845
Address : PB. No. 25040, Museum Road Post Office,
Opp Johnson Market, Hosur Road,
Bengaluru, Karnataka - 560 025
E-mail : [email protected]
Website : www.rashtriyamilitaryschools.in
Telephone : +91 080- 25554972
Fax : +91 080- 25308191
Address : Dholpur, Rajasthan - 328 028
E-mail : [email protected]
Website : www.rashtriyamilitaryschools.in/dholpur
Telephone : 05642-220354, 9413310843, 9414375650
Fax : 05642-220749

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