Military School Dholpur



1. The Military Schools were formerly known as King George VI Royal Indian Military colleges and later in 1952, these schools were recognised on Public School lines, made the members of the Indian Public School Conference (IPSC) and came to be known as King George Schools. Their objectives were enlarged and admissions were thrown open to the sons of Defence Service Officers as well as to the civilians. The present name- "Military Schools" was acquired in 1965. There are five Military Schools in India located at Chail (HP), Ajmer,  Dholpur (Rajasthan), Bangalore and Belgaum (Karnataka)


2. Military School (erstwhile King George's School) Dholpur was raised as the fifth and the youngest Military School on 16 July 1962. Its inaugural ceremony was perfonned on 18 Aug 1962 by late Shri VK Krishna Menon, the then Defence Minister. The School started with only 75 students on its roll and from Class V to VII to facilitate education to the sons of Defence personnel. 

3. By 1970, this school had attained a high popularity and the strength of the cadets was raisedto 200. On 20 J an 1971, the foundation stone of the New Campus was laid by Brig Bhumi Chand and in 1974, the cadets were shifted to residential complex in New Campus. Later on, Assembly Hall (Vivekananda Hall), Cadets' Mess, Laboratories, gymnasium and other buildings were added.

 4. In 1980, the. strength of the cadets was raised to 300 with a number of hostels raised to six. The School celebrated its Silver Jubilee in 1987. The present strength of the School is 300 boarders and 60 Day Scholars. Girl cadets are allowed to seek entry as day scholars.


5. The School is ideally housed in Kesarbagh palace, a magnificent mansion of the former ruler of the erstwhile Dholpur State. It is 10.5 kilometres away from Dholpur City and is situated on Dholpur-Bari Road. Dholpur is situated (Railway Station is spelled as 'Dhaulpur') in between Agra and Gwalior (each about 55 Kilometres away from Dholpur) and is 250 Kilometres away from Delhi. It is  on the main Central Railway track and the National Highway No.3, on Delhi- Bombay Road. Winter is mild and Summer is very oppressive. The hottest months are May and June which fall in vacation period.


6. The School is category' A' training establishment of Indian Army controlled by OS Branch, MT -15 at Army Headquarters. The School is governed by the Central Governing Council (CGC) headed by the Defence Secretary of the Government of India. .JAIM ,

 7. The aim of the Military Schools is to impart quality education to the boys to enable them to take the All India Secondary School Examination and Senior Secondary Certificate Examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi and also to facilitate their entry into the National Defence - Academy.


8. The School Motto is 'Sheelam Param Bhushanam' which means 'Character is the highest virtue’.


9. The School is affiliated to CBSE and offers the following subjects :-

(a) Classes VI to vm : English, Hindi, Maths, Social Science, Gen Science and Sanskrit

(b) ClasseslX & X: English, Hindi, Maths, Social Science and Gen Science

(c) Classes XI & XII : (i) Science Groul: English, Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology (ii) Humanities Groul: English, Hindi, History, Geography and Economics.

( d) Examinations Examinations at Schoollavel are conducted thrice viz Periodical Test in Sep/Oct, Mid Term Exam-in Nov Dec and Annual Exam in March. Promotions are effected on achieving a minimum of 40% marks.

 10. The medium of instructions is English. Arts and Craft, Physical and Health education are also given equal importance.


II. The School is not merely a centre for scholastic excellence but it also caters for all round development. The vision behind its foundation is far more foresighted and laudable. It is different than other schools in that it caters to the nurturing of not only the mind but also the body and the spirit with greater emphasis on moral integrity: A cadet grows up to be agile in physical activities, alert in mental application besides being ingenious, resourceful, preserving, disciplined, self-reliant, self confident, optimistic & trustworthy. He also developes abundant leadership qualities and greater civic sense.


12. All boys take part in Physical Training including gymnastics in the morning and attain a high standard. The School has well equipped gymnasium. Games in the evenings are compulsory for all boys.. The School has an adequate number of playgrounds so that all the boys can play outdoor games simultaneously. cilities for various games and sports, viz, Cricket, Football, Basketball, Handball, Table Tennis, Hockey, Lawn Tennis, Volleyball, Air Rifle, Squash, Shooting and Athletics are available.


13. The school has all the three Wings ofNCC, the Senior & Junior Division of Army troops, the Junior v Division of Naval and Air troops. Cadets with 13 years of age in Class VIII VIII onwards are enrolled in NCC. Annual Camps and different courses are arranged for the NCC Cadets. Cadets upto Class X are prepared for' A'Certificate Examination while Classes XI and XII are prepared for 'B' Certificate examination.


14. These activities play an important part in the training imparted to the cadets. The scheme provides ample scope for the development. of the students' creative faculties and skills in fine  arts and crafts. In order to develop their hobbies, cadets join various Clubs viz Photography, Music, Drama, Science, Environment and Gardening, Arts & Craft,

Adventure & Shooting

 15. Various extracurricular contents like Debate, Declamation, Extempore speech are also given due weightage to improve communication skill of cadets. The Morning Assembly cultivates good character with its non-denominational prayers.


16. Cadets live in hostels which are organised into six Houses namely Ujjain, Udaybhan, Chit tor, lagan, Shivaji and Nalanda. Each house has a designated

House Master who is generally a senior member of the Academic Staff. The number of cadets in each House is reasonable to ensure that the House Master is able to know every boy well. 

17. In addition to a House Master, each house has masters attached to it as Tutors. Their specific duty is to oversee the general progress of their tutorial groups inside and outside the classrooms.

 18. Each House has a hostel superintendent and a warder to look after the personal comfort and welfare of the cadets. Each House is provided with a TV set for the recreation of the cadets. Indoor games are also provided within hostel premises.


19. The School has a Cadets Mess where it provides to the cadets a well-balanced, palatable and nourishing diet. The cadets are served three meals a

day in addition to tea in the forenoon and afternoon. The daily menu invariably includes fresh fruits, milk, butter, jam, eggs, cereals, vegetables and meat / fish / chicken. Separate arrangements exist for vegetarians and non-vegetarians. A carefully drawn- out menu provides dishes as varied and appetizing as possible.


20. The School has a CSD Canteen and a Wet Canteen to cater to the daily requirements of the boys & staff. Free services of Washermen, Barber, Cobbler and Tailors (for repairs only) are also available to the cadets.


21. The School has a ten-bedded hospital with a full time Medical Officer assisted. by two Nursing   Assistants.

 22. Special care is taken of the health of the cadets. Detailed medical history charts are maintained for each cadet and a careful and accurate periodical record of height, weight and chest measurements is kept. Medical inspection of the cadets is carried out periodically.  

23. Cadets needing special treatment are sent to other hospitals (General Hospital, Dholpur and Military Hospital Agra).


24. The School has an auditorium with a seating capacity of 400. Educational and feature films are screened in the school.


25. The School has a provision for 300 boarders. 67% of the boarder vacancies are reserved for the sons of serving, retired and deceased JCOs/NCOs and OR of the Army and their equivalent ranks in Navy and Air Force. Sons of JCOs /OR (or equivalent ranks in Navy & Air Force) killed in

action during war or peace are given admission even in class VII, VIII, IX and X. They are granted relaxation in age by 180 days but will have to qualify in the ADMISSION TEST by scoring a minimum of 33% marks in each subject as well as aggregate. Sons of Service Officers and Civilians are admitted against the remaining 33 % seats (Service Officer 20% and Civilians 13%). 15% seats are reserved for the Scheduled Caste and 7.5% for the Scheduled Tribes.

 26. The vacancies reserved for the sons of Service personnel are allotted by the Army Headquarters (GS Branch MT -.15) based on a Common Entrance Test conducted in December every year at various centres in the Country. A

list of the centres is given at Appx ' A' .Application forms and other details regarding eligibility etc. can be obtained by serving or retired Army personnel from their respective Record Offices or from Naval Headquarters (Education Branch) and Air Headquarters (Education Branch) by Naval and

Air Force persons respectively. 27. Two ADMISSION TESTS are held in a year. One in DECEMBER and the otherin FEBRUARY. December Test is meant for admission in class VI as ,Boarders for all categories ofboys and the second test in February for local students for admission in class VI to IX as day scholars. Admissions could also be made through this test to boys in civilian category in class VII, VIII, IX depending upon the availability of vacancies. In case of over subscription, 10% of the unfilled vacancies will be transferred to this category from the officers quota on year to year basis or as applicable if deemed fit.

 28. Applications for admission of sons of Service Officers and Civilians are to be submitted to the Principal in the form given in the Prospectus.


29. For admission to Class VI, a boy should not be less than 10 years of more than 12 years of age on first July of the year of admission. The age will

be calculated accordingly for admission to other classes as enumerated below: -

(a) Class VII 11 to 13 years.

(b) Class VIII 12 to 14 years.

(c) Class IX 13 to 15 years.

 30. The syllabus and standard of question papers in the case of each class and subject will be roughly that of the final examination of the previous lower class, say of a Central School. The School does not supply specimen question papers. ,"

 31. 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.

 32. Admissions are subjected to the boys being found medically fit. Bed wetters are not admitted.

 33. Unless the waiting list of class VI is exhausted, no admission will be made to class VII. After exhausting the list of VI and VII, admission will be made to class VIII. After the class VIII waiting list gets exhausted, only then an admission will be made to class IX.  


34. Admission of sons of the JCOs/ ORs and Civilians to class VI is made through a Common Entrance Test in December(AHQ reserves the right to amend the dates and timings).

 35. The last date of submission of Admission forms is 20 Sep. The non-entitledlcivilians can purchase the Prospectus! Admission Forms from any of the Military Schools. The boys will be tested in the

following subjects

                                                                    Max Marks                    Pass  %

(a) PsycholQgical Test -                                      40                              50%

(b) Arithmetic -                                                  60                             40%

(c) Gen Knowledge -                                           50                             40%


36. This Test is conducted in Feb (AHQ reserves the right to amend the dates and timings) to admit Day Scholars to class VI only, and if vacancies

permit, to admit Day Scholars /Boarders to Classes VII to IX. The application forms in respect of day scholars will be accompanied with ration card, domicile certificate & service certificate. The last date of submission of Admission forms is 28 Dec every year. Names of boys whose Admission forms are received after 28 Dec may be registered at the discretion of the Principal. The ADMISSION TEST will comprise the following subjects :

Max Marks                         Pass %

(a) English language -                                  75                               40%

(b) Hindi language -                                    50                                40%

(c) Mathematics -                                      75                                40%

 37. The admission will be made on the basis of merit approved by the AHQ: Testing Centre for Feb Test is only at Military School Dholpur. Note: The decision of the Principal will be final and abiding in all matters of admission.


38. Candidates who qualify in the written exam will be required to appear for a Medical Board so convened at selected hospitals as given in the joining

instructions of the School. The medical examination of selected candidates will be as per AFMS 2 format only.


39. It is not possible to lay down precise standards for Height, Weight and Chest measurements for these candidates but the medical board will be guided in their assessment to the National Defence Academy.  

40. The minimum acceptable visual standards will be as under :-

(a) Distance vision :

Better Eye V -6/24 Correctable 6/6

Worse Eye V-6/24 Correctable to 6/12

Near vision: Reads 0.5 or JI reads 0.5or JI

(b) Colour vision: Safe or Defective Safe.

( c) Field of vision: N oflllal in each eye as tested

by Confrontation test.

(d) Binocular vision: Candidate must possess

good binocular vision.

 41. It will also be ensured that: -

(a) There is no evidence of weak constitutions, imperfect development, serious malformation or obesity.

(b) There is no mal development or impairment of function of the bones or joints

( c ) There is impediment of speech.

(d) There is no malformation of the head, deformity from fracture or depression of the bones of the skull.

( e ) There is no impaired hearing, discharge from or disease of either ear, unhealed perforation of the tympanic membranes or sign of acute or chronic suppurative otitis media or evidence of radical or modified radical mastoid operation.

Note: A soundly headed perforation without any impairment of the mobility or the drum and without impairment of hearing should not be cause for rejection.

(f) There is no disease of the bones or cartilages of. the nose or nosal polypus or disease of the nasopharynx.

(g) There are no enlarged glands in the neck and other parts of the body and that the thyroid gland is normal. N.B.-Scars of operations for the removal of tuberculoses glands are not a cause for rejection provided that there has been no active disease within the preceding 5 years and the chest is clinically and radio logically clear.

(h) There is no disease of the throat, palate, tonsils or gums or disease oririjury affecting the normal function of either mandibles  joint.

N.B. -Simple hypertrophy of the tonsils, if there is no history of attacks of tonsillitis, is not a cause for rejection.

(j) There is no sign of functional or organic disease of the heart and blood vessels.

(k) There is no evidence of pulmonary tuberculosis or previous history of this disease or any other chronic disease of the lungs.

(l) There is no evidence of any disease of the digestive system including any abnormality of the liver and spleen.

(m)There is no hernia or tendency or tendency thereto.

(n) There is no hydrocele, or definite varicocele or any other disease or defect of the genital organs.

N.B.-A candidate who has been operated for hydrocele will be accepted if there are noabnormalities of the cord and testicle and there is no evidence of filariasis.

( o ) There is no fistula and/or fissure of the anus or evidenceae.f haemorrhoids.

(p) There is no disease of the kidneys, case showing albuminuria or glycosuria will not be accepted.

(q) There is no disease of the skin unless temporary or trivial; scars which by their r extent or position cause or are likely to cause disability or marked disfigurement are a cause for rejection.

(r) There is no active, latent or congenital venereal disease.

(s) There is no history or evidence of mental disease. Candidates suffering from epilepsy, incontinence of urine, enuresis will not be accepted.

(t) There is no squint or morbid condition of the eye of the lids which is liable to a risk of aggravation or recurrence and

(u) There is no active trachoma or its complications.

N.B.-Remedial operations are to be performed prior to entry. No guarantee is given of ultimate accepatance and it should be clearly understood by the candidates that the decision whether an operation is desirable or necessary is one to be made by their privatate medical advisers. The Government will accept no liability regarding the result of operation or any expense incurred.


42. The School Magazine is published every year at the end of Academic Session and distributed to the Cadets against annual charges. Cadets and the teaching staff from the Literacy Society are responsible for its production.


43. The School has a well stocked Library with approx 11000 books. It caters for various Newspapers and Periodicals of eduction and entertainment value. A Career Information Cellhas been added to provide additional information to readers.


44. Tuition fee charged for ten months (July to Apr) in the year is as follows :-

Boarders :

                   Rs. per Month

Civilian -                                                                                          1200/-

Sons of Service Officers

*Colonel and above -                                                                          600/-

* Lt Co1 -                                                                                        560/-

* Major -                                                                                          50/-

* Captain and below -                                                                       380/-

(* and equivalent ranks in Navy and Air Force)

 45. SC/ST candidates are to pay only 25% of the prescribed fees for civilian boarders. Sons of ORs, NCOs and JCOs & equivalent ranks in Navy and Air Force are charged fees ranging from Rs 35/- to Rs 150/- per month according to the rank of father.

Day Scholars :

            Rs. per Month

Days scholars

(who are not provided meals) -                                                       200/-

 46. The fee is required to be paid in advance by the loth of every month. A rebate of Rs 100/- in the case of boarders is allowed if the fee for the entire year is paid in advance in lump sum by 15 July. If

two brothers are studying simultaneously as boarders, the second brother is given 20% rebate of fee as long as both of them remain as boarders in the school.

47. In case of boarders, the fee is inclusive of boarding, lodging, medical care in the" school hospital and services of washer man, tailor, barber and boot maker. Stationery, clothing and toilet requisites and pocket money have to be provided by the parents. To sons of JCO, NCO and OR and equivalent ranks in Navy and Air Force, some items

of clothing are provided from the School. Day Scholars are eligible for the tuition and a1.l facilities for co-curriculor activities and games


48. At the time of admission, Caution Money equivalent to one-month' fee will be charged which is refunded after the withdrawal of the cadet subject to the clearance of his outstanding dues.


49. Pocket Money is required to meet cadets , expenses on toiletries, stationery, postage, recreation and item~ of daily needs. It also covers travelling expenses of the cadets for their journey to homes , during vacations. Senior cadets need pocket money for purchasing forms for admission to professional colleges and for NDA guides etc. A sum of Rs. 3000/ per cadet is charged initially at the time of admission and thereafter, as on required basis. A minimum of Rs. 1000/- is required to be maintained in pocket money account by the cadet to meet expenses on items such as medical treatment, loss of books or kit, stationary etc. Pocket Money account is controlled by the House Master who ensures that boys do not squander away pocket money on non- essentials.


50. All remittances of money in payment of fees/ pocket/ caution money etc. should be made to the Principal by account payee Demand Draft drawn on State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur located at Dholpur. No remittance should be sent or addressed to the boy or any other person.


51. 15% of the non-entitled cadets i.e. sons 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 HQ. The scholarships are awarded as per the following rules:-

( a) Full remission of School fees in case of those boys whose parents' income is not more than Rs 50,000/- in a financial year.

(b) Fee at half rates is charged from a boy whose parents' income exceeds Rs 50,000/- but is not more than Rs 75,000/- in a financial year.

52. Boys studying up to class X can appear at the Scholarship Examination held in the month of Nov each year. As regards boys studying in class XI & XII, the scholarships could be awarded to them if they obtain 70% marks in the last class.

53. The amount of scholarship may be decreased or increased according to the rise or fall in the income of the parents of a boy getting the scholarship. The change is effected in Academic year subsequent to the financial year in which there is a change in the income.

54. The scholarship once granted by Army Headquarters will continue to be received by a boy till he passes the Senior School Certificate Exam in the School. It will, however, be subject to his maintaining steady progress from year to year.


55. The Ministry of Defence has instituted scholarship for the sons of Service Officers killed in action or killed in disturbed areas, the casualties of which are officially termed as 'violent deaths' suffered in aid to civil authorities. These are full scholarship, applications for which have to be submitted to the Army HQ (AG's Branch, PB Directorate ).


56. Normally, leave will not be granted to a boy  during 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 brother or sister. Leave application must be signed by the parents / guardians who should also mention that journey of the boy will be performed at parent's risk and expenses. 


57. Boys will be retained in the School up to the maximum age of 20 years subject to their maintaining a satisfactory progress and good discipline and behaviour. Promotion to a higher standard will be on the basis of a boy's cumulative achievements in Periodical as well as Terminal tests as per the policy laid down from time to time. A boy who fails to be promoted on two occasions any time throughout his stay in the school will be taken off from the school rolls.


58. In case of boys who are withdrawn or otherwise cease to be on the strength of the School, fee will be charged upto the date they are on the strength of the School. For any part of the calendar month, full fee for the month will be charged and no refund will be admissible for the

unspent portion of the month. In case of fee paid in a lumsum, the rebate allowed earlier will be debited to the parent while calculating the refund.


59. Children are made to write home every Sunday. Parents who fail to get letter from their children may write to the Principal. The parents should intimate to their sons and to the School change in address, if any.


60. All correspondence must be addressed to the Principal. The correct Postal address of the School is :



            PIN CODE -328028

Tele and Fax 05642-220749 (Office)

05642-220741 (Principal's Residence)

05642-220793 (Adm Offr's Residence)


61. All the cadets should be in possession of the items of kit (clothing & miscellaneous) as given in Appx 'B'


62. The daily routine followed by Cadets is given at Appx 'C'  


             63. Cadets are normally permitted to go to the town on out pass on weekends/holidays.


64. Only those visitors who are allowed to meet the boys by their parents in writing can see them on Sundays/Holidays. Visitors must seek the permission of the House Master before meeting a boy. Usually visitors are not permitted during School timings. However, if parents have a compelling reason, they should approach the Principal.



65. The Academic year is from July to April and there are two terms. The fIrst term is from the beginning of July to Dec and second term is from Jan to April. The duration of summer and winter vacations is 90 days.



66. Parents can visit the School either on Saturday from 1400 hours to 1800 hours or on Sunday from 0900 hours to 1300 hours.

67. Before meeting the Principal or Administrative Officer, parents are required to meet their son's/ ward's House Master, Class Teacher, Subject Teacher to know the child performance. They should not leave the school without meeting the House Master.

68. The problem of your son/ward, if any, may be brought to the knowledge of the concerned House Master.

69. A requisite amount ofRs 3000/- is supposed to be maintained in the student's Pocket Money Account. As and when the amount is reduced to Rs. 1000/- it should be replenished either through a Bank Draft in the name of The Principal or by depositing cash in the office (Accts Section).

70. You are requested to check the kit items of your son/ward. If there is any deficiency, either equip him with or deposit an extra amount besides the Pocket Money with the House Master to purchase the deficient items.

71. Please check that your son/ward is not in possession of any costly items with him e.g. Camera, expensive Wrist Watch, Walkman or any other electronic gadget.

72. Do not encourage your child to avail leave. It has an adverse affect on other children. (No festival leave is granted as all the festivals are celebrated in the school premises).

73. Avoid frequent visit to the school. It causes distraction to children.

74. Please inform the school through the House Master if you want to avail the facility to stay in School's Guest House, at least 10 days prior to your arrival.

75. You can visit The PRINCIPAL for any urgent/emergent reason. 


76. Every effort is made in the school to promote all round development of the cadets on right lines so as to bring out their innate qualities. The cadets are groomed to pursue their chosen career and

achieve success.

77. Old Cadets of the School have risen to high ranks in the strata of the society. The School rolls have produced several Service Officers, Administrators, reputed sportsmen, politicians,

successful businessmen, and the like. Many old cadets have unhesitatingly responded to the call of the nation and have laid down their lives in the service of the motherland and have been honoured

With National Awards.

78. It would easily be said that while other schools prepare boys to face examinations, this school prepares them to face life like a man.


1. Station Headquarters, Jarnmu.

2. 14 G. T.C Subathu (Shimla Hills)

3. Station Headquarters, Jalandhar Cantt.

4. Station Headquarters, Ambala.

5. Station Headquarters, Dehradun.

6. Headquarters Meerut Sub Area, Meerut Cantt.

7. Station Headquarters, Ranikhet

8. 11 GRPC, Lucknow

9. The Gorkha Recruiting Depot, Kunraghat Gorakhpur

10. The Bihar Regimental Centre. Danapore Cantt.

11. Station Headquarters, Gaya

12. Station Headquarters, Ranchi

13. Headquarters, Bengal Area, kolkatta.

14. Station Headquarters, Gwalior.

15. The Assam Regimental Centre, Shillong

16. The Rajputana Rifles Regimental Centre, Delhi Cantt.

17. Station Headquarters, Delhi

18. Station Headquarters, Jaipur

19. Station Headquarters, Jodhpur

20. Station Headquarters Baroda.

21. Station Headquarters, Jalapahar, parjeeling

22. No.1 Signal Training Centre, Jabalpur.

23. EME Centre, Bolararn, Secunderabad.

24. INS Circars, Vishakhapatnarn.

25. Headquarters, Pune Sub Area, Pune.

26. Madras Engineer Group, Bangalore

27. Headquarters, ATNKK & G Area, Chennai

28. INS Venduruthy, Naval Base, Cochin.


S.No. Item & Specification Number required

1. Shirt (Khaki) half sleeves (terricot) (Two pockets with cover &

button and shoulder flaps) 4

2. Shorts (Khaki) Terricot (with loops for two inches belt) 4

3. White shirts fujI sleeves (terricot) 4

4. Vests cotton white 6

5. White Shirts half sleeves (terricot) 6

6. Shorts Navy Blue (terricQt) 4

7. Black Leather Shoes 2 Pairs (One oxford and one Brogue pattern)

8. White trousers terricot 1

9. BJack trousers terricot 2

10. Worsted deepgray trousers 1

11. School belt with crest 2 (available from school canteen)

12. Navy Blue blazer with School crest 1

13. School Tie 1

14. Woolen Stocking Navy Blue 2 Pairs (with two light blue bands)

15. Nylon Stocking Navy Blue 2 Pairs (with two light blue bands)

16. Nylon socks -Navy Blue 2 Pairs

17. Jersey -Navy Blue (V neck) 1

18. Canvas Shoes -white 2 Pairs

19. Towels 2

20. Under Pants 6

21. Bed Cover (Blue) available in 2 wet canteen)

22. White bed sheets 4

23. Blankets / Quilt 2/1

24. Mosquito net 1

25. Night suits 2 Pairs

26. Handkerchief (White) 12

27. Turbans (Navy Blue) I (For Sikh boys) .

28. Under turbans -Navy Blue 2 Pairs

29. Bathroom Slippers 2

30. Pillow (25"x13") 1

31. Pillow cover (white & coloured) 2+2 = 4

32. Boot Polish (Black) 1

33. Boot brush 1

34. Polish (white canvas shoe) 1

35. Pullover white without sleeves with 1 school color stripes

(Available in Wet Canteen)

36. Jacket Georgian School Color 1 (Available in Wet Canteen)

37. Comb 2

38. Soap Case 1

39. Toilet Soap 2

40. Washing Soap 2

41. Mirror 1

42. Locks with key 2

43. Hair oil 1

44. Mug (Plastic) 1

45. Bucket 1

46. Steel trunk (Black) 1 (3'x2'x1' with two locks)

47. Holdall 1

48. Tumbler steel 1

49. Tooth Paste 1

50. Tooth Brush 2

51. Nail cutter 1

52. Tongue cleaner 1

53. Football shoes 1 Pair

54. Brush Hair 1

55. Rain coat 1

56. School bag 1

57. Torch (with cells) 1 Set

58. Water Bottle 1



59. Table Tennis bat 1

60. Badminton / Squash Racket 1

61. Civvies (Pvt clothes) 2 Sets

Note- The items that the boys are deficient of could be arranged by the House Master and the parents will be billed for their cost. Every effort should be made by the parents to ensure that their wards are fully equipped with kit items at the time of admission and before the commencement of vacations. The Deficiencies might invite penalty and punishment. apart from inconvenience to cadets and parents.

 Daily Routine

SI No Description Timing

1. Reveille 0500 hrs

2. Wash & Change 0500-0600 hrs

3. PT Parade 0600-0635 hrs

4. Sick Report 0600 hrs

5. Breakfast 0710-0725 hrs

6. March to Old Campus 0725-0745 hrs

7. Assembly 0745-0815 hrs

8. Ist Period 0820-0900 hrs

9. IInd Period 0900-0940 hrs

10. Break 0940-0945 hrs

11. IIIrd Period 0945-1025 hrs

12. IVthPeriod 1025-1105hrs

13. Tea Break 1105-1120 hrs

14. Vth Period 1120-1200 hrs

15. Vlth Period 1200-1240 hrs

16. VIIthPeriod 1240-1320hrs

17. Lunch 1340-1400 hrs

18. Recreation/Rest 1400-1500 hrs

19. Prep I 1500-1645 hrs

20. Tea 1645-1700 hrs

21. Games 1700-1800 hrs

22. Wash & Change 1800-1900 hrs

23. Prep II 2000 hrs

24. Ante Room Procedure 2000-2030 hrs

25. Dinner 2030-2100 hrs

26. Prep III/Recreation 2100-2200 hrs

27. Bed Time and Lights out

(a) for VI to IX class 2230 hrs

(b) for X to XII class 2300 hrs