Sainik School, Chittorgarh

Coordinates: 24°54′20″N 74°37′04″E / 24.90556°N 74.61778°E / 24.90556; 74.61778

Sainik School, Chittorgarh, established in 1961, is a CBSE-affiliated fully residential English-medium School functioning under the aegis of the Sainik Schools' Society, Ministry of Defence, Government of India, located at Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, India.

Sainik School Chittorgarh
The Crest of Sainik School Chittorgarh
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Other nameSainik School Chittorgarh
TypeCBSE-affiliated Residential English medium School under the aegis of the Sainik Schools Society, Ministry of Defence
Mottoन दैन्यम न पलायनम
Established7 August 1961
CampusUrban
Websitesschittorgarh.com

It is one of several Sainik Schools. The school prepares students for entry into the National Defence Academy. The School is affiliated with CBSE. It is ranked 7th best Boys Boarding School all over India.

AlumniEdit

Sainik School Chittorgarh has produced more than 700 officers for Indian Armed forces. General Dalbir Singh Suhag, former chief of Indian Army is alumnus of the school. Rtd. Lt. Gen. K.J. Singh was GOC in C Western command. Harsh Kumar Jain, is currently serving as Indian ambassador to Kazakhstan. Apart from Armed forces the school has given many doctors, civil servants and engineers.

Official Alumni Website was launched by General Dalbir Suhag i.e. www.chittorian.in .

FacilitiesEdit

Sainik School Chittorgarh has well developed infrastructure including newly renovated houses, academic block with smart class facility, NDA HALL (GEN DALBIR NDA HALL) for Class 12 NDA aspirants, sports facilities like hockey grass court, indoor stadium, lawn tennis hard court, synthetic basketball court etc.

School CampusEdit

The school and its buildings occupy about 272 acres (110 ha).

AffiliationEdit

The institution is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi.

Sports and extra curricular activitiesEdit

Sports including volleyball, basketball, football and hockey and extra curricular activities are offered.

NCC (National Cadet Corps) training is compulsory.

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