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                         LAST DATE OF SUBMISSION OF
                    ONLINE APPLICATION : 19 NOV 2020
                 DATE OF ENTRANCE EXAM : 10 JAN 2021
School Song
  Our School is a quiet and far away place,
Where we're taught one and all to run life's race.
  We laugh and we sing, we weep a little too.
        But never never give in or rue.
   There's a grand grand school at Kunjpura,
      Where our hearts beat brave and true;
        Be the Thaneshwar or Kurukshetra,
           Chillianwala and Panipat too.
    In class or on the field we play the game.
   We seek not glamour nor hanker for fame;
    It's the fond desire and every boy's wish,
         To be always ready to accomplish
   There's a grand, grand school at Kunjpura
      Where our hearts beat brave and true;
        Be the Thaneshwar or Kurukshetra
           Chillianwala and Panipat too.

About us                       .

Sainik School Kunjpura is one of the first five
schools established by the Sainik Schools Society,
New Delhi in 1961. At present there are 33 such
schools covering all the states of the country. This
school was founded by (late) Shri V.K. Krishna
Menon, the then Defence Minister of India, on 24
July, 1961. The school is situated off the G.T. Road,
8      Kms     away       from     Karnal       Town.

The primary aim of the school is to prepare boys
academically, mentally and physically for entry into
the National Defence Academy. It enables boys
from economically weaker sections of the society to
take up an illustrious career as officers in the
Armed Forces of the nation. Character building,
dedication, patriotic outlook and esprit-de-corps are
the qualities which are promoted by the Sainik
Schools.                                            .

At present the school has 621 cadets studying in
Classes VI to XII.                                  .

The school is affiliated to the Central
Board of Secondary Education, New
Delhi. The school prepares boys/girls for
compulsory science stream for All India
Secondary School and All India Senior
Secondary          School       Certificate
Examinations. Leadership qualities are
developed by making NCC training
compulsory for all the boys/girls of the
school. It helps the them to grow as well-
disciplined young cadet. Sainik School
Kunjpura basically caters for the
boys/girls of the State of Haryana and
also conducts the exam for the boys/girls
of Union Territory of Delhi and certain                  Achievements
seats are also available for other states.
There is a very liberal scheme of             The cadets of the school have maintained
scholarship which is provided by the          an excellent record of performance in the
concerned State Govt./ Union Territory        field of sports at Inter Public Schools, State
Administration on the basis of income         and National level meets. Our cadets have
slabs of boy's/girl‟s parents. The school     also brought laurels to the Institution in
is a member of the Indian Public Schools      Volleyball, Basketball, Football, Hockey and
Conference (IPSC). To develop an all          Athletics. School Captain, Sant Kumar
round balanced personality, along with        represented India in the 1980 Olympics held
academic excellence, sports and other         at Moscow. In 2014, two Kunjeans,
co-curricular activities are also given       Sandeep Kumar and Swatantar Raj Singh
equal emphasis.                               were      awarded      Arjuna    Award    and
                                              Dronacharya Award respectively. Sh. BN
                                              Jha, Mathematics teacher of the school was
                                              also honoured with National Teachers
                                              Col VD Chandola, Principal, Sh VR Bhanot,
                                              TGT(Social Science) received “Uttrakhand
                                              Ratan”    &     “Shiksha      Ratan”     award
                                              respectively for their contribution in the field
                                              of education during an International
                                              Conference held at Dehradun on 19
                                              December 2018.
                                              The school is proud of having sent more
                                              than 800 boys to the NDA over the last five
                                              decades. Besides this, an equal number of
                                              boys have also joined as officers in Armed
                                              Forces through direct recruitment. The
                                              school is also privileged to have many IAS
                                              officers, IPS officers, Doctors, Engineers,
                                              Judges, Lawyers and Managers as its

The results of All India Secondary School
Examination and All India Senior School
Certificate Examination have always been
good. The school is sincerely working
hard to further improve its academic
performance substantially. The school is
the proud recipient of Raksha Mantri
Trophy eight times for sending maximum
boys to NDA in an academic year.

      Our School Motto                  .

The Motto of the school is embodied in
Sanskrit words „सिद्धिम िन्नि.‟ meaning
'Ready to Accomplish‟.

The Administration of the school is
vested in the Board of Governors, an        The Principal is an active service officer of
autonomous       body,     under     the    the rank of Colonel (or its equivalent rank
Chairmanship of the Defence Minister.       of Indian Air Force or Indian Navy). He is
The Chief Minister/ Education Minister of   assisted by a Vice Principal and an
the States in which Sainik Schools are      Administrative Officer who are of the rank
located are members of the Board of         of Lt. Col. / Major (or its equivalent rank in
Governors.                                  Air Force or Navy). The teaching staff
                                            consists of highly qualified persons who
The day to day functioning of the school
                                            have the aptitude for Public School
is looked after by the Local Board of
Administration    (LBA)    under     the    Education. Besides teachers, there are
Chairmanship of the GOC, PH & HP(I)         Hostel Supdts/ Ward Boys/Aaya who look
Sub Area of the Army.                       after the boys/girls in the dormitories. The
                                            school has a part-time Medical Officer and
                                            one full time Medical Staff. The school has
                                            trained NCC & APTC instructors who are
                                            drawn from active service of the Army. The
                                            school has an Art Master, Craft Instructor
                                            and a well trained Librarian.

                                            The school has fully qualified Office
                                            Superintendent,                 Accountant,
                                            Quartermaster and Mess Manager who
                                            provide administrative, Logistics and
                                            Catering Support to the school.

   S.No   Name of the Sainik School     Responsibility to conduct AISSEE for
     .                                  States/UT
     1    Sainik School Amaravathinagar Tamil Nadu, Pondichery and Karaikal

     2    Sainik School Ambikapur           Chhattisgarh
     3    Sainik School Balachadi           Gujarat, Diu, Daman, Dadra and Nagar Haveli
     4    Sainik School Bhubaneswar         Odisha
     6    Sainik School Chittorgarh         Rajasthan
     7    Sainik School Ghorakhal           UP and Uttarakhand
     8    Sainik School Goalpara            Assam, Meghalaya and Sikkim
     9    Sainik School Gopalganj           Bihar
    10    Sainik School Imphal              Manipur and Tripura
    11    Sainik School Kazhakuttam         Kerala, Lakshadweep and Mahe
    12    Sainik School Kapurthala          Punjab, Chandigarh
    13    Sainik School Korukonda           Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Yaman
    14    Sainik School Kunjpura, Karnal    Haryana & Delhi
    15    Sainik School Kudagu              Karnataka
    16    Sainik School Nagrota (J&K)       J&K
    17    Sainik School Nalanda, Bihar      Bihar
    18    Sainik School Purulia             West Bengal, Andaman & Nicobar
    19    Sainik School Punglwa             Nagaland
    20    Sainik School Rewa                MP
    21    Sainik School, Rewari             Haryana
    22    Sainik School Sujanpur Tira       HP
    23    Sainik School Satara              Maharashtra
    24    Sainik School Tilaiya             Jharkhand
    25    Sainik School Kalikiri            Andhra Pradesh
    26    Sainik School Chhingchhip         Mizoram
    27    Sainik School Jhunjhunu           Rajasthan
    28    Sainik School East Siang          Arunachal Pradesh
    29    Sainik School Jhansi              Uttar Pradesh
    30    Sainik School Mainpuri            Uttar Pradesh
    31    Sainik School Chanderpur          Maharashtra
    32    Sainik School Amethi              Uttar Pradesh
    33    Sainik School Sambalpur           Odisha

Note : Parents are to submit their application to the School of their respective state/choice.

Admission to Sainik Schools is in Classes VI and IX only. Admission to class
VI is open for boys and girls. For class IX, admission is open for boys only.
Boys/Girls must be born between 01st April 2009 and 31st March 2011(both
days inclusive) for Class VI, age should be between 10 to 12 years. The boys
should be born between 01st April 2006 and 31st March 2008(both days
inclusive) for Class IX, age should be between 13 to 15 years. Application can
be filled online on website

Note: The admission to the Sainik Schools is done in order of merit which is
prepared on the basis of candidate's written examination and medical fitness.
The pattern of exam has been changed from last three years to OMR based
system which will have multiple choice questions.

All India Sainik Schools Entrance Exam 2021 in Sainik Schools will be held on
10 January 2021 (Sunday). If any change is affected to this date, it will be
communicated to the candidates in due time. The detail of Entrance
Examination is given below :-

      Application Fee:-       Rs.550/-       for Gen/OBC/Def
                              Rs.400/-       for SC/ST

Note : The Medium & Language of Class VI
Examination can be opted either in Hindi or in
English, whereas question paper language for class
IX will be in English only. The standard of
examination for class VI would be equivalent to the
standard of Class V, and for Class IX would be
equivalent to standard of Class VIII of CBSE.
Approximately 83 boys and 10 girls will be admitted
to class VI and 22 boys to Class IX in April 2021.
Actual number of seats can vary (increase/decrease)
depending on the number of pass outs/ withdrawals.
67% seats will be reserved for children from the
state in which the Sainik School is located. Balance
33% seats will be open to children from other states
and UTs, subject to restriction of not more than 25%
seats to any State/UT. 15% of the total seats are
reserved for Scheduled Castes, 7% seats for
scheduled tribes and 27% for OBC(Non Creamy
Layer). 25% seats are reserved for children of
Defence Personnel including Ex-serviceman.

Admission of the boys and girls in Sainik School is done on the basis of All India Entrance
Examination and is given wide publicity through various means of advertisement. The
written examination is conducted at the Centres as selected by National Testing Agency
(NTA). The centres for examination for seeking admission in Sainik School Kunjpura
are as under :-
(a) Rohtak (b) Kunjpura(Karnal) (c) Ambala (d) Delhi
Note : Every effort will be made to allot the centre of the candidate's choice but is subject
to change due to administrative reasons. A candidate will not be allowed to take
examination at a centre other than the one allotted to him.

NTA may cancel an examination centre if the number of candidates is inadequate or less
at that centre.

Only those boys/girls who obtain qualifying marks and placed high in the merit list in the
written test will be called for medical examination at a later date. Admission for girls will
be opened only in class 6th.

The following documents must be submitted along with the online application.
a) Date of Birth Certificate issued by Registrar, Birth & Death (Softcopy)
b) SC/ST/Defence Certificate issued by competent authority(Softcopy)
c) Certificate of Domicile for candidates from Haryana/Delhi(Softcopy)
The School does not patronize or affiliate any coaching institute/agent and admissions
will be done strictly on the basis of merit in the Entrance Examination and subject to
medical fitness of the candidates.

Announcement of
All successful candidates will be informed
of the Entrance Examination Result
through          their     login        on                  .
Moreover, the notice regarding result will
be published in leading newspapers and
result will also be made available on our
website ( by 12th Feb

                                               Medical Examination
                                              Only those who qualify and fare high in
                                              the merit list in the Entrance
                                              Examination will be called for medical
                                              examination. The medical examination
                                              will be conducted at Military Hospital,
                                              Ambala or at the school. Those
                                              candidates who are found medically fit
                                              and are high order in the merit list are
                                              issued joining instructions on the basis
                                              of number of seats to be filled. Merely
                                              qualifying in the exam and the medical
                                              examination does not confer any right
                                              to admission in Sainik Schools. The
                                              final merit list will be published by 28th
                                              March, 2021.(Tentative)

   Joining Instructions
Candidates selected for admission are
issued with joining instructions. Once
admission is accepted, the candidate is
given a school number, which remains
with him throughout his stay in the school.
All correspondence and documents
pertaining to the candidate should bear
his school number. All articles brought
from home by the candidates should be
marked with this school number, in good
non erasable ink or paint.

School Fees/ Charges
The existing fees/charges for the current                             Payment
academic year is as under :-
                                                      All the school dues are to be paid in
(a)   Tuition Fees Rs.87,850/- and Dietary            advance by Demand Draft in favour of
      Charges Rs.44250/- per annum.                   the Principal, Sainik School Kunjpura,
                                                      Payable at Karnal or deposited directly
(b)   Clothing Charges & misc. items @
                                                      to the Bank under challan form and
      9,000/- per annum.
                                                      one of the counter foils will be
(c)   Security deposit of Rs. 3,000/- for             submitted to the School Accounts
      general and defence category (Rs.               Section.
      1,500/- in case of SC/ST). This money
                                                      Candidates from whom fees/dues have
      is collected from each boy/girl at the
                                                      not been received are liable to be sent
      time of admission. The money, after
                                                      back home at the risk and expenses of
      deduction of outstanding dues, if any,
                                                      their parents.
      is refundable at the time when the
      boy/girl leaves the school. However, if
      the boy/girl is withdrawn on parents'               INCOME CRITERIA FOR
      request without giving two months
      advance notice, the security money                     SCHOLARSHIP
      will be forfeited.

(d)   Incidental charges Rs.5000/- per
      boy/girl                                                               General Category
                                                          Minimum        Aggregate    Subject wise
(e)   The actual cost         of messing and                               55%            45%
                                                           Marks              SC/ST Category
      clothing items will     be borne by the             Required       Aggregate     Aggregate
      individual parents      / cadet, amount                              50%            40%
      charged at para (a)     and (b) above will
      be adjusted.

       INCOME SLAB              RATE OF      AMOUNT         MOD       CLOTHING        TOTAL
        (PER ANNUM)           SCHOLARSHIP                  SHARE       MONEY         AMOUNT
 Up to Rs.1,60,000                 Full        50,000/-      2000/-       2000/-        54000/-
 Rs.1,60,001 to Rs.2,00,000       3/4th        40,000/-      1062/-       2000/-        43062/-
 Rs.2,00,001 to Rs.2,50,000       Half         30,000/-       125/-       2000/-        32125/-
 Rs.2,50,001 to Rs.3,00,000       1/4th        25,000/-          0        2000/-        27000/-


          SERVING PERSONNEL / EX-SERVICEMEN                           RATE            AMOUNT
      NCOs/OR                                                          Full             32000/-
      JCOs                                                             Half             16000/-

Parents/Guardians of boys/girls in receipt of
scholarship from Governments are required              Personal clothing
to execute separate bonds prescribed by
the State Governments. Before a                   A list of personal clothings which is to be
Scholarship     is    sanctioned,     parents/    provided by the parents/ guardians at the
guardians are required to produce the             time of admission of a boy/girl will be
documents which will be intimated by the          provided by the school before admission.
school.                                       .
                                                  No expenses on this account may be
The responsibility to pay school dues on          incurred till a canddiate is found medically
account of stoppage, non-grant or cut in          fit and is finally called for admission.
scholarship by the scholarship granting
authority for any reason will rest with the             School Terms and

Scholarship will only be granted subject to
satisfactory performance of the student for       The academic session is from April to
the period he is in the school. If at any time    March. There are two terms from April to
the Principal feels that a boy/girl is not        September and October to March. The
justifying the scholarship granted by the         summer vacation is generally of 7 weeks
State/Central Government, he can withdraw         duration from first week of June to mid
the scholarship. For getting scholarship, the     July.
parents are to submit an affidavit and
application which will be provided by the
school.                                      .               Curriculum
The scholarship granting authority may            The school prepares boys/girls for the
revise or stipulate conditions for grant of       following examinations :-
scholarship. For continuance of scholarship,      Union     Public    Service    Commission
it is necessary that the scholars maintain        Examination for entry to the National
satisfactory progress in their studies and        Defence Academy.
are not reported adversely regarding
                                                  All India Secondary School Examination
discipline and that a scholarship holder
                                                  and Senior School Certificate Examination
under one scheme does not draw a
                                                  conducted by the Central Board of
scholarship/financial assistance of any kind
                                                  Secondary Education, New Delhi.
from any other source.
                                                  The medium of instruction is English with
                                                  Hindi as a compulsory subject till class X.
                                                  The other major subjects taught are
                                                  English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry,
                                                  Biology and Computer Science at plus 2
                                                  Private tuition is not permitted. However,
                                                  the school makes special arrangements
                                                  for extra classes for slow learners. The
                                                  Parents/ Guardians are advised to make
                                                  such arrangements during the vacation.

Progress Reports to
Parents are kept informed about the
progress of their wards from time to
time. They are also advised to be in
touch with the school to purposefully
watch the progress of their wards. The
schedule of PTMs is printed in the
school calendar.

Apart from the academic aspect,
boys/girls are subject to the obligations
inherent in community living. They are
required to conform to the code of
honour and conduct on which good
citizenship is founded. Good manners               Extra curricular
and discipline form an integral part of
the training at Sainik School Kunjpura.
                                              These activities play a very important
                                              part in the training given at the school.
  Computer Education                          The scheme provides ample scope for
                                              development of the student's creative
Computer Education / Computer                 faculties and skills. The boys/girls learn
Literacy Programme is part of School          by doing and participating in these
curriculum and Computer Science is a          activities according to their aptitudes. All
subject at +2 level.                          the boys/girls are expected to take part
                                              in any of these activities. These include
   Physical Education                         :-
The school provides facilities for games      (a) Photography        (b) Gymnastics
and sports like Boxing, Swimming,
Football,       Volleyball,      Hockey,      (c) Electronics        (d) Adventure
Basketball, Tennis, Athletics, Squash         (e) Music and Dance (f) Art
and Badminton. In addition to regular
games, PT. is compulsory. The school          (g) Skating            (h) Environment
has extensive playgrounds to enable all       (i) Computer           (j) Horse Riding
the boys/girls to play games every day
simultaneously during the games               (k) Public Speaking    (l)Craft
period and exercise in the Wellness           (m) English Language (n) Dramatics
Centre and Fitness Centre of the
School. GTO and obstacle courses are
also available on the campus. Cadets
are regularly sent for trekking, artificial
wall      climbing,      mountaineering
expeditions etc. Horse Riding has been
introduced for cadets from the
academic session 2011-12.

Every student irrespective of age, is a
member of N.C.C. The N.C.C. syllabus
includes training pertaining to all the
three services. All boys/girls of classes
IX and XI are required to attend Annual
Training Camps at selected places
during vacation. Selected boys/girls are
sent on Rock climbing and Advance
Leadership courses. Boys/girls appear
in „A‟ & „B‟ certificate exam of NCC in
Class IX & XI.

    Medical Attention                   .

The school has in house medical
facilities with 10 bed MI Room. Serious
illness is notified to the parents                        Catering
immediately. A terminal medical
examination is carried out and record of    The school has an impressive Mess
health, weight and height is kept by the    managed by an experienced and
medical officer/staff.                      qualified Mess Manager. All the cadets
                                            sit at one time and have their meals
         Daily Routine                      under the immediate supervision of their
                                            teachers. The food served is decided
The boys/girls have a full day
                                            upon by a messing committee,
consisting of P.T./Drill in the morning
                                            consisting of cadets and members of
followed by academic classes study
                                            staff. Both vegetarian and non-
periods, games, hobbies and private
                                            vegetarian meals are provided and
study. Holidays are utilized for extra
                                            emphasis is laid on well-balanced diet.
and co-curricular activities. Information
regarding daily routine is given on last                     Dress
                                            Each student at the beginning of the
                                            school term is required to bring with him
                                            certain articles of clothing (The list will be
                                            provided at the time of admission).
                                            Certain clothing items are provided to the
                                            cadets for the sake of uniformity. The
                                            cost of such items is to be borne by the
                                            The daily summer working dress
                                            consists of Khaki shirts with shoulder
                                            flashes       showing      house      colour
                                            Khaki/Trousers & Grey Trousers / White
                                            shirt (full sleeve). In winter, woolen long-
                                            sleeved jersey pullovers worn over the

Notice of withdrawals must be given
two months before the commencement
of the following term. Failure in giving
such a notice will entail the forfeiture of
caution money (Security Money).

The Principal can, in the interest of the
school, have a cadet removed from the
school for the following reasons :-

a) Where, in his opinion, the cadet has
failed to accept the discipline of the
school and his continued presence is
detrimental to the interest of others.                      Prizes
                                              Individual prizes are given to cadet to
                                              inculcate in them a healthy spirit of
b) Where the cadet fails to come up to        competition for distinction in academics
the required academic standard.               and games and sports such as Boxing,
                                              Swimming and Athletics etc. For other
c) The Principal may send the cadet           games, trophies are awarded to the
home or rusticate him from the school         houses.
at the parent's risk and responsibility at
any stage if it is proved that scholarship
and admission have been obtained on
production of false documents.

                                              The school is maintaining a well
                                              furnished/stocked Library cum Reading
  The school magazine                         Room and a number of magazines,
                                              periodicals   and    newspapers    are
The school brings out its magazine 'The       provided for education. Newspapers are
Grey Kunj' once a year and a news             also provided house-wise to the
bulletin "Kunjean Times" periodically.        students to keep them abreast of the
                                              Global happenings.

The school has its own 7Omm LCD
projector. Selected entertaining films are
screened on Saturdays. Documentaries of
educational value are quite often shown for
the benefit of staff and students. The DVD in
the school further adequately fills the gaps
in entertainment and audio visual
        Canteen /PCO
There is a CSD canteen and a wet canteen            The House System
for use of the entitled staff and students.
SPACS(Student       Parent      Automated       The school is divided into four main
Communication) facility is also available       Houses viz. Kurukshetra, Thaneshwar,
within the campus.                              Panipat and Chillianwala. These
                                                names commemorate famous battles
      Educational Aids
                                                fought    on     the     plains   of
The school has Internet, Computers, OHPs        Punjab/Haryana.
and Epidiascope, DVD player which are used
for    instructional   purposes.     Smart      There are also two Holding Houses,
classrooms make use of the latest               Chhamb and Shakargarh. Each house
technology to enhance the teaching skills of    in turn has its junior and senior
the teachers.
                                                sections. At least one NCC part time
                                                officer is attached to each House.
                                                A healthy spirit of competition is
                                                encouraged amongst the Houses.
                                                Trophies and individual prizes are
                                                awarded on merit.

                                                Student Appointments
                                                To promote qualities of leadership, self
                                                reliance and co-operation amongst the
                                                cadets,     a     system     of    student
                                                appointment has been introduced. The
                                                School Captain is the senior most
                                                appointment. He is responsible to the
                                                Principal for the overall discipline for all
                                                the cadets in the school. He is assisted
                                                by a School Vice Captain. Every
                                                House has a House Captain who is
                                                responsible for the discipline of the
                                                cadets of that particular House. House
                                                Captains are assisted by two House
                                                Prefects.     All    appointments       are
                                                distinguished by distinctive badges of
                                                rank. They look after the cadets during
                                                academic hours.

The school authorities will not be liable
for any damage on account of injuries
total or otherwise, which may be
sustained by a cadet at any time during
his stay in the school, while taking part in
PT. sports, athletics, NCC and other
extra curricular activities inside or outside
the school or while the cadet participate
in educational tours, treks or any other
kind of outings organised through any
means of travel.

      Visiting Hours
The parents must visit the school
between 0900 to 1700 hours on the
Second Saturday of each month for the
purpose of PTMs. Leave will not be
normally granted to cadets during the
term except in exceptional cases.
                                                    Interview with the
                                                Parents wishing to meet the Principal are
                                                advised to make prior appointment either
                                                by letter or on telephone (No. 0184-
                                                2384551, Karnal).

        Care of Property
All belongings of the cadets must be
clearly marked. Cadets are responsible
for the care of their own property. Whilst
normal precautions are taken, the school
accepts no responsibility for their
property being lost or damaged on the
premises. Any damage caused to the
school property by the cadets or loss of
clothing, books or other articles will be
charged from the parents/guardians

Parents and Guardians
Parents & guardians are requested to co-
operate with the school in maintaining           (h) Not sending clothing which has not been
discipline and establishing healthy traditions   included in the list of authorised clothing
by:                                              (however, boys/girls proceeding to colder
                                                 climates during the vacation must be
(a) Acknowledging promptly all school
circulars regarding fees, escorts, progress      provided with suitable warm clothing by the
reports and complying with instructions          parents).
regarding extra tutorial attention to be given   (i) Ensure that the boy/girl is not in
during the vacation.                             possession of valuable articles such as gold
                                                 chains, costly watches, mobiles/cell phones,
(b) Not asking for leave during terms except
in exceptional cases.                            rings, studs etc.
                                                 (j) By writing the cadet‟s school number,
(c) Not visiting the boys/girls other than on    Name, House and class on all letters
prescribed       days/occasion.      (Second     addressed to him.
Saturday of the month).                          (k) Indicating the School Number, Name,
(d) Equipping the boys/girls properly with       Class and House of the cadet in all
clothing and necessary items.                    correspondence with the school and
                                                 enclosing a self addressed, stamped
(e) Not sending sweets and other eatables.
                                                 envelope if a reply is expected.
(f) Ensuring that the boy/girl rejoins the       (l) PTA meeting is held in every session as
school on the due date after each vacation.      per school calendar and it is desirable that
(g) Parents under no circumstances will visit    all parents must attend the meeting.
class-rooms or dorms.

Medical Standard for
Admission to Sainik School
All candidates before admission to the Sainik School will be subjected to a medical
examination by a Board consisting of military/ civil doctors. The standard of health and
medical fitness would be the same as laid down for the NDA Examination. In view of the
tender age of the boys/girls, however, no standards of height, weight and chest measurement
will be applicable at the time of admission. The decision of the Medical Board will be final,
except where a representation has been made to the Principal. The Principal will examine the
appeal himself and decide with reference to the evidence produced before him if the case
calls for a review. Medical opinion contrary to the findings of the previous medical board(s)
will normally merit a review. The Principal may arrange a review medical board for re-
examination of the candidate. If the review medical board finds him medically fit for
admission, the Principal will consider him for admission to the school. The school will charge
a fee of Rs. 100/- (Rs. 50/- from SC/ST) for holding a review medical board. Additional
expenditure, if any will be borne by the school. However, the candidate will be required to
appear before the Review Medical Board at the designated place at his own expense. In case
the Review Medical Board finds him fit for admission, the fee charged from the parent will be
The minimum acceptable visual standards will be as under :-
(a) Visual Standards
(i) Standard I          Distant Vision (uncorrected) 6/6 (Both eyes)
(ii) Standard II        Distant Vision Better eye 6/18 Worse eye 5/18
                        Correctable to 6/16 6/18
The Minimum acceptable visual standard for admission to Sainik School will be standard I|.
Candidates with visual standard Il admitted to NDA after successful completion of their
training in Sainik School may be found fit for Army only.
(a) Ensure that :-
   (i) Myopia not to exceed minus 1.5 including astigmatism.
   (ii) Manifest Hypermypia not to exceed plus 2.5 including astigmatism.
   (iii) Fundus @ Media to be healthy with no changes by myopia.
   (iv) Visual Fields to be full in each eye.
   (v) Binocular vision and stereopsis must be good.
   (vi) The colour Blindness should not exceed CP-III .
   (vii) Mild Trachoma State III or 1V with a regressive ceneal pannus of not more than 1 to 2mm
   may be accepted in the opinion of the specialist, exacerbation of deterioration are not likely.
(b) It will also be ensured that :-
(i) There is no evidence of weak constitution, imperfect development, serious malformation or
obesity weight should not exceed the upper limit laid down in standard scale for 12 years/ 15
(ii) The age restriction is between 10-12 years/13-15 years.
(iii) There is normal development or impairment of function of the bones of joints
(iv) There is no impediment of speech like stammering etc.

(v) There is no malformation of the head, deformity from fracture or depression of the bones of
the skull.
(vi) There is no impaired hearing, discharge from or disease of either ear unhealed or
perforation of the tympanic membrane of signs of acute or chronic suppurative otitis Media or
evidence of radical or modified radical mastoid operation.
A soundly healed perforation without any impairment of the mobility of the drum and without any
impairment of hearing should not be a cause of rejection.
(vii) There is no disease of the bones of cartilages of the nose or nasal polypus disease or of the
nasodharynx and accessory sinuses.
(viii) There is no enlarged glands in the neck and other parts of the body and that thyroid gland
is normal. Scars of person for the removal of tuberculous glands are not a cause for rejection
provided that there has been no active disease with in the preceding 5 years and the chest is
clinically and radiologically clear.
(ix) There is no disease of throat palates, tonsil and gums disease or injury affecting the normal
function of either mandibular joints. Simply hypertrophy of the tonsils, if there is no history of
attacks of tonsillitis, is not a cause of rejection.
(x) There is no sign of functional or organic disease of the heart and blood vessels.
(xi) There is no evidence of pulmonary tuberculosis or previous history of this disease or any
other chronic disease of the lungs like Asthma etc.
(xii) There is no evidence of any disease of digestive system including any abnormality of the
liver and spleen.
(xiii) There is no hernia or tendency thereto.
(xiv) There is no hydrocele or definite veriocele or other disease of defect of the genital organs.
A candidate who has been operated upon for hydrocele will be accepted if there are no
abnormalities of the cord and testicle and there is no evidence of filariasis.
(xv) There is no fistual and/or fissure of the anus or evidence of haemorrhoid.
(xvi) There is no disease of the kidney. All cases of Albuminiuria and Glycosure will be rejected.
(xvii) There are no disease of the skin of allergic nature like aczema, chronic ulticurea etc. are
likely to cause disability or marked disfigurement are a cause for rejection.
(xviii) There is no active, latent congenital venereal disease.
(xix) There is no history of evidence of mental disease. Candidate suffering from epilepsy
incontinence of urine or ensuresis will not be accepted.
(xx) There is no squint of morped condition of the eye or of the lids which is liable to a risk of
aggravation or recurrence.
(xxi) There is no active trachoma or its complications.
Note :-
Remedial operations are to be performed prior to entry. No guarantee is given of ultimate
acceptance and it should be clearly understood by the candidate that decision whether an
operation is desirable or necessary is to be made by his private medical advisor. The School will
accept no liability regarding the result of operation or any expenses incurred. The standards are
liable to change without notice.
Legal Jurisdiction will be at Karnal only.

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                                         IMPORTANT DATES
   Availability of Online Application Forms   :       20th Oct 2020 to 19th Nov 2020
   Last date of submission of online form         :   19th Nov 2020
   Entrance (written) Examination             :       10th Jan 2021 (Sunday)
   Declaration of the Written Exam result      :      12th Feb 2021(Tentative)
   Publication of Final Merit List            :       28th Mar 2021(Tentative)
    including Waiting List

            Application Fee:-      Rs.550/-    for Gen/OBC/Def
                                   Rs.400/-        for SC/ST________________

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KARNAL(HARYANA) PIN 132023 Tel 0184-2384551, 2384510 E-mail:
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