All India Common Entrance Examination AICET Military Schools
Initially the aim of this school was to provide education to the children of non-commissioned Officers and Junior Commissioned Officers of the Indian Army with a view to make them fit to join the army as a soldier. The cadets were trained for the Army Examination. Unsuccessful candidates were sent back to the unit. The main aim of this school was changed in 1966.
Now the aims of the Military School are:
To prepare boys from the age of 10 to 18 years academically for the All India Secondary
School Examination and All India Senior School Certificate Examination, New Delhi and also for Entrance Examination to the National Defence Academy.
To provide a healthy and a sound general education without religious inhibitions and prejudices.
To develop in them those qualities of mind, body and character which enable them to become good and useful citizens of India? To make them leaders in any walk of life.
The student must be within 10 to 12 years as on July 1 2006 (ie born between July 2, 1994 to July 1, 1996, both dates inclusive). Six months relaxation in age will be permitted for sons of war widows.
Students should be medically fit; selected candidates will have to undergo medical exam at Command/Zonal and other hospitals as nominated by the Director General of Medical Services before admission
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