## All India Sainik Schools Entrance Exam (AISSEE) 2024-25

### Course Overview

This course is designed on the latest syllabus released by NTA which is the exam conducting agency for All India Sainik Schools Entrance Exam (AISSEE). It includes four main subjects for classes 6th and five main subjects for class 9th, which are as follows:

#### For Class 6th

• Mathematics
• General Knowledge
• English
• Intelligence (I.Q)

#### For Class 9th

• Mathematics
• Intelligence
• English
• General Science
• Social Science

### Key Features

1. This course is delivered in a simple manner that even a student with basic knowledge can understand easily. The standard of this course is level-wise. The level of the topics will be increased as the course is completed simultaneously.
2. Every day there are 14 hours of study programs scheduled from 08:00 AM to 10:00 PM in the night, with a gap between the classes.
3. Every Sunday mock test with a solution for each subject by the teacher and an OMR filling session is included. How to fill OMR sheets in the exams properly by the students is our priority, as many students failed by filling in incorrectly.
4. Study material for each subject will be provided along with the previous year's papers.
5. We explain maths with 6 to 7 different boards books according to the syllabus of the exam.

### What you will learn from this course:

• Real exam environment within the stipulated time given in the exam, you will learn from our every Sunday mock test
• OMR filling
• Basic knowledge of the subject
• Mathematics up to class 9th level
• Topic General Knowledge with Map and Flowchart
• Exam fear and hesitation about the subject will go away
• Reasoning, which is not a school subject, will be taught in this course with basic tricks.
• Question-solving session in front of the class

### Syllabus: Class VI

• Total Questions – 50
Maximum Marks – 150
1. Natural Numbers
2. LCM and HCF
3. Unitary Method
4. Fractions
5. Ratio and Proportion
6. Profit and Loss
7. Simplification
8. Average
9. Percentage
10. Area and Perimeter
11. Simple Interest
12. Line sand Angles
13. Temperature
14. Conversion of Units
15. Roman Numerals
16. Types of Angles
17. Circle
18. The volume of Cube and Cuboids
19. Prime and Composite Numbers
20. Plane Figures
21. Decimal Numbers
22. Speed and Time
23. Operation on Numbers
24. Complementary and Supplementary Angles
25. Arranging of Fractions
• Total Questions – 25
Maximum Marks – 50

Questions on Intelligence will be based on analogies (mathematical & verbal), patterns (spatial and mathematical), classification, visual, logical, reasoning, etc.

• Total Questions – 25
Maximum Marks – 50
1. Comprehension Passage
2. Preposition
3. Article
4. Vocabulary
5. Verbs and Type
6. Confusing Words
7. Question Tags
8. Types of sentences
9. Tense forms
10. Kinds of Nouns
11. Kinds of Pronouns
12. Correct Spelling
13. Ordering of words in a sentence
14. Sentence Formation
15. Antonyms
16. Synonyms
18. Interjection
19. Idioms and Phrases
20. Collective Nouns
21. Number
22. Gender
24. Rhyming Words
25. Singular/Plural
• Total Questions – 25
Maximum Marks – 50
1. Different types of scientific devices used in daily life
2. Icons and Symbols of India: National Insignia, National Emblem, Sports, Animal, etc. (elementary awareness of such symbols)
3. Major Religions of India (elementary awareness about the founder, place of origin, religious books, and important ideas)
4. Art & Culture (music, classical and folk dance); renowned personalities, instrumental and vocal music, major dance forms
5. Defence – Equivalent ranks in three services, weapons, aircraft, missiles & warships (elementary awareness)
6. Sports and Games (India & World): Renowned personalities, major competitions, and trophies associated with various games
7. Super Senses (How do plants and animals sense their surroundings?)
8. Relationship between animals and human beings
9. Taste and Digestion (basic concepts)
10. Cooking and preserving techniques
11. Germination and seed dispersal
13. Experiment with water in everyday life
14. Water pollution and microbial diseases
15. Concepts on mountain terrain and lifestyle
16. Historical monuments
17. The shape of the earth and gravitation (basic concepts)
18. Non-renewable energy sources (fossil fuels)
19. Food, culture, habitat, languages, etc of various regions (basic concepts)
20. Names of young ones of different animals
21. Functions of body parts of plants and animals
22. International Organizations: Basic knowledge about the structure, functioning, and objectives of the United Nations, world bank, etc.
23. Indian Literary and Cultural Personalities: Names and fields of achievements
24. Indian Literary and Cultural Awards: Name of the awards and recent recipient
25. Natural Calamities (floods and earthquakes)
26. Evaporation, condensation, and water cycle (basic concepts)
27. Life of Farmers (farming techniques)
28. Tribal communities and forest produce

### Syllabus: Class IX

• Total Questions – 50
Maximum Marks – 200
1. Rational Numbers
2. Linear Equations in One Variable
4. Data Handling (Bar Graph and Line Graph)
5. Squares and Square Roots
6. Cubes and Cube Roots
7. Comparing Quantities (Percentage, Profit, and Loss)
8. Algebraic Expressions and Identities
9. Area and Perimeters
10. Volumes and Surface Areas
11. Exponents and Powers
12. Playing with Numbers
13. Visualizing Solid Shapes
14. Triangles (Pythagoras Theorem)
15. Euler’s Formula
16. Average, Median, Mode
17. Probability
18. Pie Chart
19. Direct & Inverse Proportions
20. Factorizations
21. Introduction to Graph
22. Unitary Method 8 Algebraic Expressions and Identities
23. Divisibility Exam
24. Triangles (Angle Sum Property)
25. Parallel Lines
26. Simple Interest and Compound Interest
27. Time and Work
28. Area and Perimeter of Circles
29. Algebraic Expression (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division)
• Total Questions – 25
Maximum Marks – 50

Questions on Intelligence will be based on analogies (mathematical & verbal), patterns (spatial and mathematical), classification, visual, logical, reasoning, etc.

• Total Questions – 25
Maximum Marks – 50
1. Spotting Errors
2. Comprehension Passage
3. Antonyms
4. Synonyms
5. Prepositions
6. Articles
7. Types of Verbs
8. Tense Form
9. Narration
10. Voices
11. Modals
12. Confusing Words
13. Subject-Verb Agreement
14. Correct Spellings
15. Order of words in a sentence
16. Idioms and Phrases
17. Sentence Improvement
18. Change of sentence as directed
19. Sentence Formation
20. Types of Sentences
21. Phrase and Clauses
22. Kinds of Noun
24. Interjection
25. Question Tags
27. Conjunctions
28. Conditions
30. Personal Pronoun
31. Change of Gender
32. Change of Number
• Total Questions – 25
Maximum Marks – 50
1. Fossil Fuel: Coal and Petroleum
2. Combustion and Flame
3. Cell Structure and Function
4. Reproduction in Plants and Animals
5. Force, Friction, and Pressure
6. Sound and its basics
7. Reflection and Dispersion of Light
8. Metals and Non-Metals
9. Synthetic Fibres and Plastics
10. Chemical Effects of Electric Current
11. Stars and Solar Systems
12. Pollution of Air and Water
13. Global Warming
14. Micro-Organisms
15. Some Natural Phenomenon
16. How to find the calorific value of fuel?
17. Electroplating and Artificial Jewellery
18. Relation between types of friction
19. Cropping Seasons
20. Agricultural Practices
21. Conservation of Plants and Animals
22. Biosphere Reserves, National Parks and Sanctuaries
23. Reaching the Age of Adolescence
24. Changes during Puberty
25. Endocrine Glands and Hormones
• Total Questions – 25
Maximum Marks – 50
1. Revolt of 1857
2. Freedom Fighters
3. Important Freedom Movements
4. Social and Caste Reforms
5. Resources and Sustainable Development
6. Rock Cycle of the Water Cycle
7. Pressure and Wind System
8. Land Soil and Water Resources
9. Minerals and Power Resources
10. Indian Constitution and Secularism
11. Importance of Parliament
12. Types of Agriculture
13. Types of Government and Different Tiers of Government
14. Understanding Markets
15. Elections
16. Role of Government in Health
17. Delhi Sultanate
18. Mughals
19. Bhakti and Sufi Movement
20. Interior of Earth
21. Climate Change
22. Earthquakes and Major Land Forms
23. Types of Rainfall
24. Major Grasslands
25. Types of Forests
26. Means of Transport
27. Communication
28. Life In Deserts
29. Panchayat System
30. Local Self Government
31. Law and Social Justice
32. Judiciary and Criminal Justice System
33. Marginalization
34. Public Facilities
35. Natural Vegetation and Wildlife
36. Industries
37. Human Resources
38. Changes In the Arts

### Salient Features

1. The syllabus is complete with basic concepts in each subject
2. Mock test on OMR sheet after completion of each subject
3. Revision of each topic after completion of the syllabus
4. Online and Offline mode
6. Practice questions and worksheets of similar difficulty level
7. Solutions of previous year's papers
8. Every Sunday, Mock Test with appropriate solutions
9. Question out of number series
10. Exam form filling
11. A special class session for average students

Note: These features make our courses prestigious and provide students with a unique approach to help them prepare for the exams.

### Sainik School FAQs

• Yes
• Sainik schools are known for their strict discipline and code of conduct. They follow a disciplined lifestyle, which includes early morning physical training and parade drills. Kendriya Vidyalayas also emphasizes discipline, but not to the same extent as Sainik schools.
• Sainik Schools admit boys in classes VI & IX based on their merit in the Entrance Examination and an Interview, and in Class XI, boys are acknowledged based on the marks scored in the Class X Board examination. Girl candidates are now eligible for admission to Class VI in all 33 Sainik Schools.
• Gender- Girls and boys are both eligible for class 6 admission at Sainik Schools.
• No
• To train students to join the National Defence Academy.
• Yes, Sainik School are boarding school, while RIMC schools are not. Sainik schools try to make students competent to crack the NDA exam after class 12, while RIMC is just like other private schools.
• All the Sainik Schools are affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education, a.k.a CBSE, and are funded by the Central and State Governments.
• Sainik School is affiliated with CBSE, New Delhi.
• There are about 33 Sainik schools in the country.

Full Complete List of 33 Sainik Schools in India:

1. Sainik School, Korukonda (18-Jan-1962), Andhra Pradesh
Official Website: https://www.sainikschoolkorukonda.org
2. Sainik School, Kalikiri (20-Aug-2014), Andhra Pradesh
Official Website: https://sskal.ac.in
3. Sainik School, East Siang (2018), Arunachal Pradesh
Official Website: https://www.sainikschooleastsiang.com
4. Sainik School, Goalpara (12-Nov-1964), Assam
Official Website: https://sainikschoolgoalpara.org
5. Sainik School, Nalanda (12-Oct-2003), Bihar
Official Website: https://sainikschoolnalanda.edu.in
6. Sainik School, Gopalganj (12-Oct-2003), Bihar
Official Website: https://www.ssgopalganj.in
7. Sainik School, Ambikapur (01-Sep-2008), Chhattisgarh
Official Website: https://sainikschoolambikapur.org.in
8. Sainik School, Balachadi (08-Jul-1961), Gujarat
9. Sainik School, Kunjpura (24-Jul-1961), Haryana
Official Website: http://www.sskunjpura.org
10. Sainik School, Rewari (29-Aug-2009), Haryana
Official Website: https://ssrw.org
11. Sainik School, Sujanpur Tira (02-Nov-1978), Himachal Pradesh
Official Website: https://www.sainikschoolsujanpurtira.org
12. Sainik School, Nagrota (22-Aug-1970), Jammu and Kashmir
Official Website: https://www.sainikschoolnagrota.com
13. Sainik School, Tilaiya (16-Sep-1963), Jharkhand
Official Website: https://www.sainikschooltilaiya.org
14. Sainik School, Bijapur (16-Sep-1963), Karnataka
Official Website: https://ssbj.in
15. Sainik School, Kodagu (18-Oct-2007), Karnataka
Official Website: https://www.sainikschoolkodagu.edu.in
16. Sainik School, Kazhakootam (26-Jan-1962), Kerala
Official Website: https://www.sainikschooltvm.nic.in
Official Website: https://www.sainikschoolrewa.ac.in
18. Sainik School, Satara (23-June-1961), Maharashtra
Official Website: https://www.sainiksatara.org
19. Sainik School, Chandrapur (2019), Maharashtra
Official Website: https://sainikschoolchandrapur.com
20. Sainik School, Imphal (07-Oct-1971), Manipur
Official Website: https://ssimphal.nic.in
21. Sainik School, Chhingchhip (21 April 2017), Mizoram
Official Website: https://sschhingchhip.mizoram.gov.in
22. Sainik School, Punglwa (02-Apr-2007), Nagaland
Official Website: https://sainikschoolpunglwa.nic.in
23. Sainik School, Bhubaneswar (01-Feb-1962), Odisha
Official Website: https://sainikschoolbhubaneswar.org
24. Sainik School, Sambalpur (2020), Odisha
Official Website: http://sainikschoolsambalpur.in
25. Sainik School, Kapurthala (08-Jul-1961), Punjab
Official Website: https://www.sskapurthala.com
26. Sainik School, Chittorgarh (07-Aug-1961), Rajasthan
Official Website: https://www.sschittorgarh.com
27. Sainik School, Jhunjhunu (13-Dec-2012), Rajasthan
Official Website: https://ssjhunjhunu.com
28. Sainik School, Amaravathinagar (16-Jul-1962), Tamil Nadu
Official Website: https://www.sainikschoolamaravathinagar.edu.in
29. Sainik School, Mainpuri (2019), Uttar Pradesh
Official Website: https://www.sainikschoolmainpuri.com
30. Sainik School, Jhansi (02-Aug-2019), Uttar Pradesh
Official Website: https://www.sainikschooljhansi.com
31. Sainik School, Amethi (2020), Uttar Pradesh
Official Website: https://sainikschoolamethi.com
32. Sainik School, Ghorakhal (21-Mar-1966), Uttarakhand
Official Website: https://www.ssghorakhal.org
33. Sainik School, Purulia (29-Jan-1962), West Bengal
Official Website: https://sainikschoolpurulia.com
• Sainik School Satara is the first Sainik School in the country was founded through the visionary efforts of Shri Yashwantrao Chavan, the then Chief Minister of Maharashtra State.
• They were conceived on 23 Jun 1961 by Shri V. K. Krishna Menon, the then Defence Minister of India, to rectify the regional and class imbalance amongst the officer cadre of the Indian Military.
• The administration of Sainik Schools is vested in the Board of Governors, Sainik Schools Society, under the Chairmanship of the Union Minister of Defence. The Chief Minister/ Education Minister of the State where the schools are located are also members of the Board of Governors.
• This pilot project was started in 2018 with the admission of six girls to Chhingchhip Sainik School in Mizoram. The induction of girl students expanded further in 2020, with five more schools — two in Karnataka and one each in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Chhattisgarh — turning co-educational by admitting 55 girls.
• NCC Training is an integral part of the Sainik School curriculum. Hence, all cadets, including day scholars, must be in NCC. Training activities in Drill, WT, Field Craft, Firing, Aero Modelling, Ship Modelling, and adventure activities are carried out as per the training program.
• The NCC course is available in both junior as well as senior wings. The 9th to 12th class students can join NCC in junior wings, and students after 12th can participate in high wings.
• For the Academic session 2022-23, a total of 335 vacancies are accessible for Girl candidates in 33 Sainik Schools. In Class VI of each Sainik School, 10% of the total vacancies or 10 seats, whichever is more, are reserved for girls. The seats for class 6 keep changing every year, and the latest notification will be the original source.
• You can join Sainik Schools in class 6th or 9th by writing the entrance exam (AISSEE) in classes 5th and 8th, respectively. And, you can join Sainik School in class 11th. However, the eligibility criteria and admission process may differ depending on the school. Please visit the official website of the Sainik School you are interested in and contact them directly for more details.
• AISSEE is conducted offline, using the OMR sheet.
• Minimum AISSEE Qualifying Marks 2024:
- Unreserved (General) - 45%
- OBC/SC/ST - 40%
- PH (Physically Handicapped) - 35%
• There are no limits for attempts in AISSEE, but once you cross the age limit, you will not be eligible to give the exam.
• Candidates, after qualifying Sainik school written exam, are eligible to take part in e-counselling and medical exams.
• There will be no negative marking for incorrect answers. A candidate is eligible for admission to the Sainik Schools if he or she scores at least 25% in each subject of the exam and 40% in the aggregate of all AISSEE 2024 subjects.
• Nationality- The All India Sainik Schools Entrance Exams (AISSEE) 2024 are only open to Indian students. Gender- At Sainik Schools, both girls and boys are eligible for admission to class 6. Age Limit– The age of a student should be between 10-12 years, as of March 31, 2024.
• AISSEE Sainik School Application Fees 2024:
- General - Rs 550/-
- SC/ST - Rs 450/-
- Defence Wards - Rs 450/-
• The following are the names of two Sainik Schools located in the state of Rajasthan: Sainik School Chittorgarh, and Sainik School Jhunjhunu.
• Although Sainik School, Lucknow, established in 1960, was the first Sainik School, is not under the Sainik School Society, but rather under Uttar Pradesh Sainik Schools Society, which is registered under the Indian Societies Registration Act (1860).
• Officer cadet, a young person undergoing training to become an armed forces officer.
• The Cadets of Sainik School Chittorgarh are known as Chittorians.

Sainik School Admission 2024-25 Last Date {Exam Time}:

For every new Session, Sainik School Starting Registration Admission Procedure around October Month. For Upcoming 2024-25 Session students waiting for Sainik School Online Admission Form 2024. As per our assumptions, the official department of the Sainik School Society is releasing Sainik School Registration Form Around October 2023. Students can fill out Sainik School Admission 2024-25 Last Date Before December 2023.

1. Starting Date of Registration for Sainik School Admission 2024-25 - October 2023 [Expected]
2. Closing Date of Submission for Sainik School Application Form 2024 - December 2023 {Tentatively}
3. Final Date of Pay Sainik School All India Sainik School Entrance Exam Fees 2024 - December 2023 {Approx}
4. Last Date of AISSEE Application Form Correction Date: December 2023 {Around}
5. AISSEE NTA Sainik School Entrance Exam Admit Card Release Date - 1 January 2024 {Expected}
6. All India Sainik School Entrance Exam Date 2024 - 7 January 2024 {Tentatively} - https://aissee.co.in/sainik-school-entrance-exam/
7. Release Date of AISSEE 2024 Answer Key - Week After Conducting Written Exam
8. Date of Releasing AISSEE NTA Sainik School Result for Entrance Written Exam 2024 - February 2024 {As Expected}
9. Student Physical Fitness and Medical Exam Dates - Last Week of February 2024 {Approx}
10. Date of Releasing Sainik School Entrance Exam Final Merit List 2024 - March 2024 {Expected}
11. Date of Joining in Sainik School - March 2024 {Approx}
12. Sainik School 6th Class Entrance Exam Timings - {Duration 2 Hours 30 Minutes} 2 PM to 4.30 PM
13. 9th Class Sainik School AISSEE NTA Exam Time - {Duration 3 Hours} 02 PM to 05 PM
14. Sainik School e Counselling 2024 Portal - pesa.ncog.gov.in/sainikschoolecounselling

NTA conducts All India Sainik School Entrance Exam. NTA comes under the Government of India, an Authority of the Ministry of Education. In Simple, all the registration processes will be done under Government Surveillance. All Government registration work is done with proper documentary verification. The documents required by the candidates applying for registration in Sainik School and appearing in AISSEE 2024 are given below.

1. Scanned passport-size photo
2. Identity Proof – Aadhaar Card, Birth Certificate, etc.
3. If candidates apply in the 6th class, then their scanned 5th class mark sheet
4. Scanned mark sheet of 8th class if the candidate applied in 9th class
5. ID proof of the previous school
6. ID proof of parents
7. Migration Certificate
8. Single Parent Legal Document
9. Student Medical Certificate
10. Address Proof – Electricity Bill, Utility Bill, etc.
1. THE LAKSHYA ACADEMY is the best coaching centre for All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE) in Jaipur (Rajasthan), Patna (Bihar), and Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh).
• Exam PatternObjective
• Maximum Marks300 (VI)
• Maximum Marks400 (IX)
• OMR BasedYes
• Time Duration02:30 Hours (VI)
• Time Duration03:00 Hours (IX)
• Sainik Schools33
• Exam Conducting AgencyNTA
• Form Filling ModeOnline
• InterviewNo
• Medical ExaminationYes
• Girls Can Apply In Class 6thYes
• Girls Can Apply In Class 9thNo

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