Come January 8, 2023 and National Testing Agency(NTA) will hold examinations for admissions in Sainik schools in 13 districts of Jharkhand. 

NTA was established by they Ministry of Education (MOE), Government of India (GOI)as an independent autonomous and self-sustained premier examining organization under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. It’s aim to to conducting efficient, transparent and international standards exams in order to assess the competency of candidates for admissions to premier higher educational institutions.

Sainik Schools Society (SSS) is an autonomous organisation under the Ministry of Defence.The Society runs Sainik Schools. 

Sainik Schools, each an English medium residential school affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE),prepare Cadets to join the National Defence Academy (NDA), Khadakwasla (Pune), Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala and other Training Academies for officers. At present there are a total of 33 Sainik Schools across the country.

This time in current year of 2023, the admit cards of applicant student is available on the website- The entrance examinations are slated to be held in Ranchi,Bokaro,Chaibasa,Daltongunj,Deoghar,Dhanbad,,Dumka, Giridih,Gumla,Hazaribagh, Jamshedpur,Koderma and Sahibgunj.

The exams are scheduled to start at 2 pm and students can enter into examination room at 01.30 pm.No student will be allowed to enter after the scheduled time.At 1.45, question papers will be distributed. For Class VI students and Class IX,2.30 hours and three hours will be provided to answer questions.

For Class VI and Class IX, 300 and 400 marks exams respectively will be held.According to guidelines issued by NTA, Class VI aspirants 300 marks comprise Maths-150 marks with 50 questions;language, intelligence and general knowledge 50-50 marks with 25-25 questions will have to be answered. 

Similarly, for Class IX aspirants,400 marks comprise 150 questions will be put up.Among these questions,50 questions for 200 math marks; Intelligence,English, General Knowledge and Social Science will comprise 50-50 marks with 25-25 questions each.


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