Chandigarh, November 2 – All India Sainik School Entrance examination will be held on January 8, 2012 for admission to class VI for the session 2012-13 at three centres in Rewari town.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Sainik School, Rewari said that the medium of written examination would be Hindi or English. However the medium of instructions in the school would be English only. Boys born between July 2, 2001 and July 1, 2002 (both days inclusive) were eligible for admission in class VI. No candidate would be allowed to take the examination second time for admission to this class.
He said that about 80 seats in class VI would be available at Sanik School Rewari. Out of this total, 25 per cent, 15 per cent and 7.5 per cent were reserved for the wards of defence personnel (including ex- servicemen) Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes respectively, subject to their being found medically fit by the competent authority.
He said that the prospectus-cum-application forms for admission at Sainik School Rewari could be obtained from the Principal Sainik School Rewari, sector -4, Rewari till December 3, 11 on all working days between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. The prospectus could also be obtained by post sending an application on plain paper by mentioning address and category alongwith the demand draft of requisite fee to reach the Principal, Sainik School Rewari, Sector 4, Rewari by December 10, 2011. Applications submitted on forms other than the prescribed forms attached with the prospectus would not be entertained. Application forms and prospectus would be issued to individuals and it was non-transferable. No person was allowed to purchase more than two prospectuses at a time.
He said that the admission would be made purely on merit through the All India Sainik Schools Entrance Examination, personal interview and subject to medical fitness of the candidate.
He said that the aim and objective of the school was to prepare boys academically, physically and mentally for entry to the National Defence Academy, Khandakwasla, Pune. The other objectives of the school included developing qualities of body, mind and character that would enable the young boys of today to become good and useful citizens of tomorrow.