Belgaum Military school


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Belgaum Military school

Belgaum, Karnataka, India

School Mission Statement
Belgaum Military School prepares boys for the Armed Forces in Officer rank, for the Entrance Examination of the National Defence Academy.
School Background
The School was established on 30th December, 1945. It was then called king George VI Royal Indian Military College. This was the fourth such institution set up in the country. The other three were at Jhelum, Jullunder and Ajmer. Admission to the school was restricted to the sons of JCO's of the Army and their equivalent ranks in the Navy and Air force. The boys were prepared for the Army Special Certificate of Education Examination. The instructional staff was drawn exclusively from the Army Education Corps. On Republic Day 1950, the school was re-organised along the lines of a Residential Public School. Admissions were thrown open to the sons of Services was lifted. The School was simultaneously renamed 'King George's School'. On 1st February 1966, the school, along with its sister institution at Chail, Ajmer, Bangalore & Dholpur, was renamed 'Military School'.
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