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12 Class result's out. 19 distintions and 20 first class in Chail

 

Cadet Pervesh Supehia---91.8 %......(75 % to 90 %)----19 cadets and (60 % to 75 %) ---11 cadets......Congratulations to all cadets, Teachers and Administration at RMS Chail. It is reported that this is the best result amongst all five RMS.

Kashmir to Chail

http://www.risingkashmir.com/army-organizes-tour-for-karnah-elders/

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Our school connection with this is DEEPAK GURUNG sir is Principal in this Institution and contributing to this wonderful step in progress 

Chail military school turns 50

With acute shortage of officers being faced by the Army being a matter of grave concern, Rashtriya Military School, Chail, considered a nursery for producing ideal officer material, is instilling the right spirit and confidence among cadets to motivate them to join the forces.

Having produced 13 Army officers who rose to the rank of Lt General, two Governors and several other dignitaries who are alumni of the school, the recent years have seen an increase in the number of pass outs who finally join the forces. The school today celebrated 50 years of its existence in Chail where it was relocated from Jalandhar in 1960.

http://www.tribuneindia.com/2010/20101121/himachal.htm#8 

 

Golden Jubilee year of Rashtriya Military School, Chail

SHIMLA- November  20, 2010  (Bharat Sandesh News)  State Government would urge the Union Minister of Defence to consider admission to Himachali students in Rashitrya Military School, Chail and also to strengthen the 50 years old school with elaborated activities to produce best officers to serve in the Armed Forces.

This was stated by Prof. Prem Kumar Dhumal, Chief Minister in the address he delivered at Rashtirya Military School, Chail on its '50 years in H.P. celebration' organised by Georgian Association in School auditorium at Chail today.
Chief Minister said that H.P. had best military talents who had proved their worth and calibre during war and peace since the India attained independence. He said that the State Government had raised its demand with the Defence Ministry to provide opportunity to the soldiers hailing from H.P. for alleviate to the officer cadre in different organs of the military forces. He said that Himachal was happened to be nursery of warriors who had been contributing significantly towards the military services during war and protecting national boundaries.
Prof. Dhumal said that the first PVC awardee of independent India Major Som Nath Sharma hailed from H.P. and again in 1999 during Kargil Operation out of Four PVCs awarded, two were awarded to soldiers hailing from H.P. He said that there was need for providing opportunity to H.P. students for the induction  to the officer ranks. He said that the State Government would be extending all help for establishment of more military schools in the State. He said that the State Government had raised the demand with Ministry of Defence to allow admission to local students in the military school. He said that the capable students would be eligible to serve as officer and lead the various operation in different areas. He hoped that Chail Military School would be contributing significantly in producing best officer to armed forces of the country to lead various operations.
Chief Minister said that State Government would be approaching and requesting the H.P. Cricket Association to lend its supportive hand in infrastructure creation in the World's Highest Cricket Stadium at Chail in association with the Military School so that students were provided opportunity to polish their sports talents.

http://bharatsandesh.com/bharat/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=17856&Itemid=27 

Golden Jubilee year of Rashtriya Military School, Chail

CHAIL----State Government would urge the Union Minister of Defence to consider admission to Himachali students in Rashitrya Military School, Chail and also to strengthen the 50 years old school with elaborated activities to produce best officers to serve in the Armed Forces.

This was stated by Prof. Prem Kumar Dhumal, Chief Minister in the address he delivered at Rashtirya Military School, Chail on its '50 years in H.P. celebration' organised by Georgian Association in School auditorium at Chail today.

Chief Minister said that H.P. had best military talents who had proved their worth and calibre during war and peace since the India attained independence. He said that the State Government had raised its demand with the Defence Ministry to provide opportunity to the soldiers hailing from H.P. for alleviate to the officer cadre in different organs of the military forces. He said that Himachal was happened to be nursery of warriors who had been contributing significantly towards the military services during war and protecting national boundaries. 

http://mytownjawalamukhi.blogspot.com/2010/11/golden-jubilee-year-of-rashtriya.html

Himachal Pradesh CM inaugurates Golden Jubilee year of Rashtriya Military School, Chail

Chail: State Government would urge the Union Minister of Defence to consider admission to Himachali students in Rashitrya Military School, Chail and also to strengthen the 50 years old school with elaborated activities to produce best officers to serve in the Armed Forces.

This was stated by Prof. Prem Kumar Dhumal, Chief Minister in the address he delivered at Rashtirya Military School, Chail on its '50 years in H.P. celebration' organised by Georgian Association in School auditorium at Chail today.

Chief Minister said that H.P. had best military talents who had proved their worth and calibre during war and peace since the India attained independence. He said that the State Government had raised its demand with the Defence Ministry to provide opportunity to the soldiers hailing from H.P. for alleviate to the officer cadre in different organs of the military forces. He said that Himachal was happened to be nursery of warriors who had been contributing significantly towards the military services during war and protecting national boundaries.

http://www.indiaeducationdiary.in/showEE.asp?newsid=4751 

Chail stadium set to get facelift

After Dharamsala, things might finally look up for Chail as far as cricket grounds go.

While Dharamsala today boasts of having a cricket stadium fit for international matches, the stadium in Chail — though long recognised as the world’s highest cricket ground — has been stuck in years of neglect.

However, some good news came its way when Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal announced that he would push for restoration of the stadium and make it fit to host international matches, backing persistent pleas for the same over the years.

In Chail on Saturday, the Chief Minister said, “I will ask the Himachal Cricket Association to initiate steps for development of the cricket stadium on the modern lines. If Dharamsala has become an international stadium, this world’ highest cricket ground could also be re-developed.” He was speaking at the Rashtriya Military School, which completed 50 years in Himachal Pradesh.

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/Chail-stadium-set-to-get-facelift/714188/ 

Annual day

Indian Express

85th annual day at Rashtriya Military School, Chail

Shimla: Ujjain House of the Rashtriya Military School, Chail, won all-round ‘best house shield’ for the current year while Taxila House and Nalanda House together scored the second position. The shields were presented to the winners at the 85th annual day function of the school on Saturday. Brig A P Bam, Commander, PH & HP, (I) Sub Area, Ambala, was the chief guest and gave away the prizes to cadets who excelled in academic and non-academic fields in the previous academic year. Trophies of heritage value were given to houses that excelled in various fields. A cultural program was organised by the cadets.

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/Briefly-Region/702470/ 

The Times of India

 Rashtriya Military School, Chail, one of the oldest military schools in Asia, celebrated its 85th annual day with great pomp and show. Named after Capt. Gurbachan Singh Salaria, PVC (Posthumous), an alma mater of the school, the celebrations began in Salaria auditorium during which Brigadier AP Bam, Sub Area Ambala, was the chief guest. Brig. Bam exhorted the cadets to join NDA as its dignified and refined lifestyle was unparalleled. School principal, Lt. Col. Vir Kumar Bhat spoke about the achievements of the school.

 
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/speednewsshow/6803717.cms 

Georgian General refused visa to China

Dear Georgians
Please see today's national papers regarding refusal by the Chinese Govt. for issue of VISA to Lt. Gen. B.S.Jaswal to visit China .
Lt. Gen. B.S.Jaswal is presently the Army Commander of the Northern Command .
He is an ex cadet / student from KGS / MS Ajmer - 1960 to 1966 - Roll No. 1379 - Jacob House.

LALIT KAUL
General Secretary
Georgians Association - Delhi ( Regd. )

Environment meet

:A two-day ‘Green Champions Meet’, aimed to create awareness about environment and use of recycled waste, will begin at the Rashtriya Military School in Chail on November 9. Students from various schools of the country will participate in the meet to be organised by the school in collaboration with the World Wildlife Federation (WWF), India, and Bombay Natural Historical Society. Col A S Sidhu, Director (Ecology), Integrated Headquarter, Union Ministry for Defence, will be the chief guest.

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/in-brief/538351/ 

Anuj Kalia 24th Rank in IIT JEE

Anuj Kalia ranks 24th 
Tribune News Service

Mandi, May 25
Anuj Kalia, a product of Military School, Chail, who comes from Sundernagar town, brought honour for the state by bagging 24th position in the IIT/JEE test results for which were declared today.

Anuj Kalia, who was in Chandigarh where his father has been posted on deputation, said on phone that he would either join IIT Mumbai, Delhi or Kanpur in computer engineering. It is a great moment and blessing of my parents and god are all with me in the hour of success. It is total hard work and a little bit of luck, he said.

His proud father Darshan Kalia, an HAS officer, said Anuj had been outstanding in his studies since childhood. He did his class V from St Mary School, Sundernagar, and then joined Military School, Chail.

Anuj scored 95.6 per cent in class X (CBSE) from Chail and then joined Sarasvati Vidya Mandir School, New Delhi, and took coaching for the IIT/JEE. He secured 94.2 per cent in class XII (CBSE).

http://www.tribuneindia.com/2009/20090526/himachal.htm

26th May 2009, The Tribune 

 

CET (Military School) Results 

Results of CET (Military Schools) declared.
http://indianarmy.nic.in/results/rmsmerit.htm

Kin of Brig Zora Singh in Social services

http://www.tribuneindia.com/2009/20090811/ldh1.htm#17
Brig Singh, an alumnus of King George Royal Indian Military School, Jalandhar, joined the IMA, Dehradun, in December, 1941. He played an exemplary role during the Kashmir operation in 1948 and the peacekeeping mission in Congo in 1962.

He was awarded the PVSM (Param Vashisht Sewa Medal) by the President of India on January 26, 1966.

Georgian get together

Vice Chief of the Army Staff

2003

Basketball match won by Chail against Yadavindra public School
http://cities.expressindia.com/fullstory.php?newsid=50776

Lok Sabha budget for Military Schools
http://pib.nic.in/archieve/lreleng/lyr2003/raug2003/07082003/r0708200334.html

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