Chail Military School



Chail Military School started operating in Chail in the year 1960. Its foundation stone was laid by the Prince of Wales(King George V) in February 1922.

It is an English medium school for boys with boarding facility. It is located in the summer palaces of Late Maharajah of Patiala at a height 7500ft above the sea level.

Chail Military School is run and financed by the Government of India and the Ministry of Defence through the Army Headquarters, Directorate of Education.

Chail Military School being a military school is very particular about discipline. The school aims at:
  • Offering levelheaded, liberal and sound general education among the boys without religious biasness.
  • Developing them into a good and useful citizen of India.
  • Nurture them with leadership qualities so that they can stand with their head high in any stream of life.

General Information about Chail Military School :
  • The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education .

  • The school is a member of the India's public School's Conference.

  • Sports is compulsory in this school.

  • The school has the Army, Air and Naval wings of the Junior Division of NCC and Senior Division of Army.

  • Regular activities include rock climbing, mountaineering, and trekking.

  • Educational excursions, debates, elocutions, etc., comprises the extra curricular work.

  • 67% vacancies are reserved for sons of serving, retired or deceased JCO's/NCO's/OR's and their equivalent ranks in Navy and Air Force.

  • An All India entrance Test based on Arithmetic, Language and General Knowledge is conducted all across the country. It is followed by rounds of interviews.



Last Updated on : 29/05/2013



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