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    Sainik School Coaching

    Sainik School Coaching Institute in Chandigarh

    Nimbus Defence Academy is one of the leading Sainik School coaching institute in Chandigarh. Over and above, our forte is to build the students at the foundation level for the entrance exam of SAINIK School, Rashtriya Military School (RMS), Rashtriya Indian Military college (RIMC) & Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs).

    Best Institute for Sainik School Entrance Exam Coaching in Chandigarh

    SAINIK School Coaching in Chandigarh @ Nimbus is one of the best Online / Offline Coaching programs for SAINIK school entrance exams (SEP) offered by Nimbus Defence Academy.  It takes the students from very basics to advance level. The students learn from the experienced trainers, clarify their doubts & go through comprehensive testing modules. The final revision along with National Level Mock Tests Series prepare them to optimize their performance in the actual exam.

    Best Sainik School Coaching in Chandigarh – Mode of Education


    Sainik School Coaching in Chandigarh

    Sainik Schools are English medium residential schools affiliated to CBSE. Sainik Schools 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.  Each Sainik School admits students in 6th& 9th Class. From 2021 onwards the sainik school have made the provision to admit girl students along side the boys. Earlier only boys used to study in Sainik Schools.Aims and Objective of Sanik SchoolsThe scheme to establish Sainik Schools originated in order to serve as an ideal residential educational institution for the deserving intelligent sections of the youngsters, hailing especially from the rural areas of our country. Moreover, the high levels of physical, mental and intellectual attainments needed for induction into the Officer Cadre of the Defence Services could not be nurtured in the common schools, mainly because of the lack of infrastructure facilities. The training imparted in Sainik Schools influences the students in shaping their social attitudes and meaningful approach to the life in general in order to emerge as responsible citizens of India and leaders in different walks of life.ADMISSIONSSainik Schools Society (SSS), the society responsible for the management of Sainik Schools offers admission to Class VI and Class IX for every academic year. Admission is based on the performance of candidates in the All India Sainik Schools Entrance Examination (AISSEE)conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). A candidate can apply for admission to only one Sainik School.ROLE OF NTA: The responsibility of NTA is limited to inviting online applications for AISSEE, conduction of the Exam, processing and declaration of result and providing the merit list to the SSS. The final selection is based on:
    • School-wise, class-wise, category-wise rank in merit list of the Entrance examination
    • Medical fitness approved by competent Medical authorities.
    • Verification of the original documents.
    PASSING MARKS FOR ADMISSION: A candidate shall be considered qualified for admission to the Sainik Schools, if:
    1. He/ She secures a minimum of 25% marks in each subject of the exam.
    2. A minimum of 40% marks in aggregate of all the subjects of AISSEE.
    However, admission will be based on relative merit (in AISSEE) of candidate in his/ her category in the school opted by him/ her, medical fitness and verification of requisite documents. FOR CANDIDATES BELONGING TO SCHEDULED CASTE OR SCHEDULED TRIBE CATEGORY: 
    • There are no minimum marks are prescribed for candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe category.
    • They will be admitted on the basis of inter-se merit at the Entrance Examination within their respective categories, subject to their meeting the eligibility requirements, medical fitness and verification of requisite documents.
    • In case an SC/ST/OBC(NCL) category candidate comes in the general merit on his/ her own, he or she would be admitted against general seat and will not be adjusted against the reserved share of SC/ST/OBC(NCL) seats.
    • 67% of the seats are reserved for candidates domiciled in the State/ UT where the Sainik School is located.
    • 33% of the seats are reserved for candidates from Other States and Union Territories (UT).
    Within each Category of Home State/ UT and Other States/ UT quota, seats will be reserved on the following lines:
    1. 15% of the seats are reserved for the category Scheduled Caste (SC).
    2. 5% for the category Scheduled Tribe (ST).
    3. c) 27% for the category Other Backward Classes belonging to the Non-Creamy layer (OBC-NCL) as per the central list.
    Thus, 49.50% of the seats in Sainik School are reserved on the above-mentioned lines.
    • Out of the balance 50.50% of the seats in the Home State/ UT and Other States/ UT quota, 25% of the seats are reserved for the wards of defence personnel and ex-servicemen.
    • In “Other States/ UT” quota, seats will be allotted in each category as per merit, subject to a maximum limit of 25% of vacancies in the category for any State or Union Territory. For example, if there are 10 seats in Other States/UT General Category, not more than 3 seats will be allotted to any one State, i.e. 25% of 10 or 2.5 rounded off to 3.
    • In Class VI of each Sainik School, 10% of the total vacancies or 10 seats, whichever is more, are reserved for girls.
    • The age of candidate should be between 10 and 12 years.
    • For admission to the academic year 2022-23, a candidate should be between 10 and 12 yearsas on 31 March 2022 for admission to Class VI, i.e. he/she should have been born between 01 April 2010 and 31 March 2012 (both days inclusive).
    • Admission for Girls is open for Class VI.
    • Age criteria for girlsis same as that of boys.
    For admission to Class IX:  
    • The age of candidate should be between 13 and 15 years.
    • For admission to the academic year 2022-23, the candidate’s age should be between 13 and 15 yearsas on 31 March 2022 for admission to Class IX, i.e. he/ she should have been born between 01 April 2007 and 31 March 2009 (both days inclusive).
    • Heshould have passed Class VIII exam from a recognized school at the time of admission.
    • Admission to Class IX is not open for girls.
    Exam Pattern
    • The Mode of Examination for both Class VI and Class IX is offline Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) based marking.
    • Type of Questions: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ).
    Scheme of Examination:For class 6th:
    No. ofQuestions
    Marks for each correct answer
    Total marks
    General Knowledge
     NOTE: There is no negative marking for a wrong response.
    Duration of Examination for 6th class is 150 minutes or 2 hours and 30 minutes. For admission to Class VI the candidate can select any of the listed languages s medium of Examination
    1. A candidate can choose any of the above languages irrespective of school applied for.
    1. Option of medium of Question Paper should be carefully chosen while filling in the Application Form. The option once exercised cannot be changed.
    1. Candidates opting for English or Hindi would be provided bilingual Exam Booklet (i.e. in English and Hindi).
    1. Candidates opting for Regional languages would be provided Exam Booklet in the language opted by the candidate in their application form and English.
    1. In case of any ambiguity in translation/construction of a question in the exam, its English version (except for the Language section questions) shall be treated as final and the decision of NTA shall be final in this regard.
    Candidates passing in the Entrance test would be eligible for admission, irrespective of the medium of the examination, subject to meeting other eligibility criteria. For Class 9th:
    No. ofQuestions
    Marks for each correct answer
    Total marks
    CEnglish 25250
    General Science 
    ESocial Science 25250
    There is no negative marking for a wrong response.Duration of Examination for 9th class is 180 minutes or 3 hours.The Medium of Examination is English onlySyllabus:TOPICS COVERED IN CLASS VI: MATHEMATICSTotal Question – 50Max Marks – 150
    Sr. No. Topics S. No.Topics
    1.Natural Numbers14.Conversion of Units
    2.LCM and HCF15.Roman Numerals
    3.Unitary Method16.Types of Angles
    5.Ratio and Proportion18.Volume of Cube and Cuboids
    6.Profit and Loss19.Prime and Composite Numbers
    7.Simplification20.Plane Figures
    8.Average21.Decimal Numbers
    9.Percentage22.Speed and Time
    10.Area and Perimeter23.Operation on Numbers
    11.Simple Interest24.Complementary and Supplementary Angles
    12.Lines and Angles25.Arranging of Fractions
     INTELLIGENCE (MARKS: 50)Questions on Intelligence will be based on analogies (mathematical & verbal), pattern (spatial and mathematical), classification, visual, logical, reasoning etc. ENGLISH (MARKS: 50)
    Sr. No.Topics Sr. No. Topics
    1.Comprehension Passage14.Sentence Formation
    5.Verbs and Type18.Interjection
    6.Confusing Words19.Idiom and Phrases
    7.Question Tags20.Collective Nouns
    8.Types of sentence21.Number
    9.Tense forms22.Gender
    10.Kinds of Nouns23.Adverbs
    11.Kinds of Pronouns24.Rhyming Words
    12.Correct Spelling25.Singular/Plural
    13.Ordering of words in sentence
    LANGUAGE (REGIONAL) (Marks: 50)Questions in the language (regional) section will be based on topics dealt till Class V.GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (Marks: 50)
    Sr. No. Topics Sr. No. Topics
    1.Different Types of Scientific Devices Used in Daily Life.15.Concepts on Mountain Terrain and Lifestyle
    2.Icons and Symbols of India: National Insignia, National Emblem, Sports, Animal etc. (Elementary awareness of such symbols)16.Historical Monuments 
    3.Major Religions of India (Elementary awareness about founder, place of origin, religious books and important ideas)17. Shape of Earth and Gravitation (Basic concepts)
    4.Art and Culture (Music, Classical and Folk Dance); Renowned Personalities, Instrumental and Vocal Music, Major Dance Forms18.Non-Renewable Energy Sources (Fossil Fuels)
    5.Defence (Equivalent Ranks in three services, Weapons, Aircraft, Missiles &Warships (Elementary awareness)19.Food, Culture, Habitat, Languages etc of various regions (Basic concepts)
    6.Sports and Games (India & World). Renowned personalities, major competitions and trophies associated with various games20.Names of young ones of different animals
    7.Super Senses (How do plants and animals sense their surroundings)21.Functions of Body Parts of Plants and Animals
    8.Relationship between Animals and Human Beings22.International Organizations: Basic knowledge about structure, functioning and objectives of United Nations, World Bank etc.
    9.Taste and Digestion (Basic concepts)23.Indian Literary and Cultural Personalities: Names and fields of achievements
    10.Cooking and Preserving Techniques24.Indian Literary and Cultural Awards. (Names of the awards and recent recipients)
    11.Germination and Seed Dispersal25.Natural Calamities (Flood and Earthquake)
    12.Traditional Water Harvesting Techniques26.Evaporation, Condensation and Water Cycle (Basic concepts)
    13.Experiment with Water on Everyday Life27.Life of Farmers (Farming techniques)
    14.Water Pollution and Microbial Diseases28.Tribal Communities and Forest Produce
    Sr. No. Topics Sr. No. Topics
    1.Rational Numbers16.Average, Median, Mode
    2.Linear Equations in One Variable17.Probability
    3.Understanding Quadrilaterals18.Pie Chart
    4.Data Handling (Bar Graph and Line Graph)19.Direct & Inverse Proportions
    5.Squares and Square Roots20.Factorizations
    6.Cubes and Cube Roots21.Introduction to Graph
    7.Comparing Quantities (Percentage, Profit and Loss)22.Unitary Method
    8.Algebraic Expressions and Identities23.Divisibility Exam
    9.Area and Perimeters24.Triangles (Angle Sum Property)
    10.Volumes and Surface Areas25.Parallel Lines
    11.Exponents and Powers26.Simple Interest and Compound Interest
    12.Playing with Numbers27.Time and Work
    13.Visualizing Solid Shapes28.Area and Perimeter of Circles
    14.Triangles (Pythagoras Theorem)29.Algebraic Expression (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division)
    15.Euler’s Formula
    INTELLIGENCE (Marks: 50)Questions on Intelligence will be based on analogies (mathematical & verbal), pattern (spatial and mathematical), classification, visual, logical, reasoning etc.ENGLISH (Marks: 50)
    Sr. No. Topics Sr. No. Topics
    1.Spotting Errors17.Sentence Improvement
    2.Comprehension Passage18.Change of sentence as directed
    3.Antonyms19.Sentence Formation
    4.Synonyms20.Types of Sentences
    5.Prepositions21.Phrase and Clauses
    6.Articles22.Kinds of Noun
    7.Types of Verbs23.Adjectives
    8.Tense Form24.Interjection
    9.Narration25.Question Tags
    12.Confusing Words28.Conditions
    13.Subject- Verb Agreement29.Comparison of Adjectives
    14.Correct Spellings30.Personal Pronoun
    15.Order of words in a sentence31.Change of Gender
    16.Idioms and Phrases32.Change of Number
    GENERAL SCIENCE (Marks: 50)
    Sr. No. Topics Sr. No. Topics
    1.Fossil Fuel: Coal and Petroleum14.Micro-Organisms
    2.Combustion and Flame15.Some Natural Phenomenon
    3.Cell Structure and Function16.How to find calorific value of fuel?
    4.Reproduction in Plants and Animals17.Electroplating and Artificial Jewellery
    5.Force, Friction and Pressure18.Relation between types of friction.
    6.Sound and its basics19.Cropping Seasons
    7.Reflection and Dispersion of Light20.Agricultural Practices
    8.Metals and Non-Metals21.Conservation of Plants and Animals
    9.Synthetic Fibers and Plastics22.Biosphere Reserves, National Parks and Sanctuaries
    10.Chemical Effects of Electric Current23.Reaching the age of Adolescence
    11.Stars and Solar Systems24.Changes during Puberty
    12.Pollution of Air and Water25.Endocrine Glands and Hormones
    13.Global Warming
    SOCIAL SCIENCE (Marks: 50)
    Sr. No. Topics Sr. No. Topics
    1.Revolt of 185720.Interior of Earth
    2.Freedom Fighters21.Climate Change
    3.Important Freedom Movements22.Earthquakes and Major Land Forms
    4.Social and Caste Reforms23.Types of Rainfall
    5.Resources and sustainable development24.Major Grasslands
    6.Rock cycle of water cycle25.Types of Forests
    7.Pressure and Wind System26.Means of Transport
    8.Land Soil and Water Resources27.Communication
    9.Minerals and Power Resources28.Life in deserts
    10.Indian Constitution and Secularism29.Panchayat System
    11.Importance of Parliament30.Local Self Government
    12.Types of Agriculture31.Law and Social Justice.
    13.Types of Government and different tiers of Government32.Judiciary and Criminal Justice System
    14.Understanding Markets33.Marginalisation
    15.Elections34.Public Facilities
    16.Role of Government in Health35.Natural Vegetation and Wildlife
    17.Delhi Sultanate36.Industries
    18.Mughals37.Human Resources
    19.Bhakti and Sufi Movement38.Changes in the Arts
    SAINIK SCHOOL 9th Class Previous Year Questions
    SAINIK SCHOOL 6th CLASS Previous Year Questions
    Previous year papersCut offsin SAINIK School Exam:-The admission to Sainik School is purely on the basis of your score in written examination. So one need to completely devote to maximize the score in written objective exam AISSSE conducted by NTA. Sainik School Cut off 2020 (Previous Year Official)
    CategoryCut off (Class VI)Cut off (Class IX)
    AISSEE Class VI Cut off Marks 2019: 
    CategoryCut off (Class VI)
    Defence (UK)213 Marks
    SC152 Marks
    ST152 Marks
    Other (Defence)240 Marks
    UK (Gen)210 Marks
    AISSEE Class IX Cut off Marks 2019: 
    CategoryCut off Marks
    SC242 Marks
    ST260 Marks
    Defence (UK)316 Marks
    UK (General)298 Marks
    Other (Defence)342 Marks
    Other (General) – 328 Marks. 

    How to prepare for SAINIK SCHOOL Exam:-

    The mantra to succeed in any competitive exam is Primarily good command on basics of the subjects and after that consistent and disciplined practice to sharpen the concept understanding, enhancing accuracy and efficacy by Sainik School coaching in Chandigarh.The concepts can be built by reading/ studying from authentic sources and learning from Nimbus Defence Academy Sainik School Coaching in Chandigarh expert teachers who knows how to inculcate the understanding of concepts into the students. The availability of a good teacher and good study material can narrow the distance of success in any competitive exam to a very large extent as having good command on the concepts is the building block of succeeding in any exam and these two things plays a key role in creating that foundation.After accomplishing this task successfully, the next step and perhaps the most important step is daily practice.” Practice is the only thing which makes impossible things possible”. And it is true in this case also. Regular practice keeps the sword of your fundamental concepts sharp and give you versatility to tackle any type of challenging question. And in this competitive world, having Nimbus Defence Academy Sainik School Coaching in Chandigarh quality always gives a person upper hand compare to other competitors.Today the world is moving toward smart work rather than hard work. So, in case of competitive exams like AISSEE, RMS or RIMC where competition is on its peak, one thing that matter more then how much you practice is “what are you practicing”. Targeted practice of questions of the same levels as asked in the examination always yield better results then blind practice. So, preparing from a source Nimbus Defence Academy Sainik School Coaching in Chandigarh where these things are easily available will help a lot in going through these exams and succeed with flying colours.Strategy for the exam:
    • Know the syllabus and work on basic concepts as per the exam
      • Take help of teachers/ tutors.
      • Read Authenticated books.
      • Read newspaper regularly.
    • Practice
      • Practice daily. Solve at least 25 questions daily of every subject.
      • Take sectional tests and keep track of strengths and weaknesses regularly.
      • Practice Mock tests to know your level and level of competition.
    • Revision
      • This is the most crucial part of the preparation and often the deciding factor of the selection.
      • Start Revision from at least one month so that all concepts are revisited and brushed up.
      • Doing Previous Year papers is also a key part of Revision strategy and help in understanding the exam well.
    • Analysis
      • Regular time to time analysis of performance helps in knowing the strengths and weaknesses in subjects and helps in remaining close to reality and prepare in accordance with the requirement.
      • It helps in making effective study plan targeting weak areas and making strength a cutting edge. As Smart Work is more important then Hard Work.
      • Daily, Weekly tests give a good insight to analyse the performance.
      • Mock tests before examination are a crucial element in making last minute preparation.
    SEP 06 Conqueror 
    • 5 Days a week class.
    • Well researched and authentic study material as per the syllabus.
    • Daily Class Assignments.
    • Weekly Class Tests.
    • Weekly Doubt Sessions.
    • Weekly personal guidance and mentorship classes.
    • Sectional Tests.
    • Previous 10 years question paper tests.
    • All India Mock Test Series.
    • Recorded Lectures.
    • Access to exclusive study material and lectures on Nimbus Academy App.
    SEP 06 Ace 
    • One-month Revision Session prior to the exam.
    • Well researched and authentic study material as per the syllabus.
    • Weekly Class Tests.
    • Sectional Tests.
    • Weekly Doubt Sessions.
    • Weekly personal guidance and mentorship classes.
    • All India Mock Test Series.
    • One-month Revision Session prior to the exam.
    • Access to exclusive study material on Nimbus Academy App.
    SEP 06 CROWN 
    • Well researched and authentic study material as per the syllabus.
    • Weekly Class Tests.
    • Sectional Tests.
    • All India Mock Test Series.
    • Access to exclusive study material on Nimbus Academy App.
    • Weekly Topic wise Tests.
    • Section wise Tests.
    • All India Mock Test Series. (Full Length Tests)
    • Previous Year Papers Test on Nimbus App.
    • Daily Classes
    • Daily Assignments
    • Daily Tests
    • Weekly Mock Tests
    • Previous 10 years Paper Tests

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    Ques. Can I switch from online program to offline program for preparation of School Entrance Exam?Ans: Yes, Nimbus Defence Academy gives the student the flexibility to move from online program to offline program and vice-versa.Ques. How can I prepare for SAINIK School entrance(SEP) preparation when I have to attend school classes in the morning?Ans. We understand that the students have to attend classes in the morning, hence the class for SEP is planned in the evening.Ques. Can I start my preparation in the 3rd or 4th Class for the SAINIK School preparation in your academy?Ans: Yes, we provide coaching to the 3rd or 4th class students for the preparation. Classes are scheduled for only 2 days a week.Ques. Can I get hostel accommodation for the offline program?Ans. Yes, we will help you provide the accommodation.Ques. Do I get study material for studying in the online program?Ans. Yes, we will courier you the comprehensive study material. Along with that we will provide the access of all recorded videos of student.Ques. How long it will take to cover all the course content?Ans. We will prepare the students till the SAINIK School exams take place. We will cover the entire syllabus in 4 months’ time and rest of the time the student will be undergoing various sectional and full length tests for holistic preparation.