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Sainik School Practice Set Book class-6th provided by Winning edge defence Academy for students. This book is designed especially for the students who want to excel in the exam.
The Sainik School Practice Set Book is a valuable resource that helps to understand the exam pattern and question types. It contains a variety of practice sets covering all the subjects you need to prepare for, such as Mathematics, English, and General Knowledge. The questions are carefully selected and designed to match the level of the actual exam.
You’ll also gain confidence as you see your progress with each set you complete. The book provides detailed solutions for every question, allowing you to learn from your mistakes and strengthen your weak areas.
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Any Indian parent would want their child to receive the most rigorous training in academic excellence, discipline and leadership in a top grade Sainik school in the country. A cursory look at the alumni list of most Sainik Schools shows that not only have they provided the nation with ace defence personnel but also with leaders in every career field. For anyone interested in such quality education in India, Sainik Schools are the place to go where the base of a child’s career is laid with integrity and persistence at a very nominal fee.
Sainik Schools are residential public schools set up by the Sainik School Society in 1960s under the Ministry of Defence. The aim was to provide quality education to students from all over India, to enable them to become officers in the Indian Armed Forces. Sainik Schools have done a good job and their representation in the officer cadre in all three services is substantial. Students who have not joined the armed forces too, do better than their counterparts because of the overall personality development that they undergo in the Sainik Schools.
Currently there are 33 Sainik Schools in India. Except for a few North Eastern States, one or two Sainik Schools are there in each State. The selection to the Sainik Schools is through an All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE), which is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) in the month of January every year. The written test is followed by the medical examination and document verification of the shortlisted candidates. There is no interview. The seats are reserved for Home State/ UT (List A) and Other State/ UT (List B). Within List A & B, there are seats reserved for SC, ST, OBC (NCL), Defence and General categories. Girls have started joining the Sainik Schools from 2021 onwards. Minimum 10 seats or 10% of the total vacancies in Class 6th are reserved for girl candidates. These too are divided equally between List A and List B.
As part of the government’s plan to improve the quality of education, 100 New Sainik Schools have been proposed over the period of next 5 years. These will be established under the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model. Existing schools in different states were shortlisted for consideration as NSS. After putting them through rigorous academic, administrative and other audits, 21 of these were identified in 2021 out of which 18 are operational as on date. These are not residential and the current intake is only in Class 6th. These schools will offer Sainik School subjects over and above the existing academic curriculum. 60% seats in the NSS are reserved for the students already studying in these schools. The selection process is same as for the old Sainik Schools. However, the NSS do not have any other reservation based on domicile status or caste.
Sainik Schools are fully residential public schools. The schools follow the CBSE pattern for academic curriculum. Besides academics, emphasis is overall personality development. Thus, these schools are mini military training academies, where the focus is on physical fitness, games and sports, extra-curricular activities and hobbies. The students are divided into groups called ‘Houses’ and are always under the supervision of their house seniors and House-Masters. They learn to look after themselves from an early stage and thus do better after passing out from the school.
The biggest advantage is the preparation for National Defence Academy/ Naval Academy (NDA/ NA) entrance exam. The academic content has been designed to prepare the students for this exam from Class 9th onwards. The alumni of the school have been guiding the students for SSB Interview too. Most of the schools have the facilities for SSB Interview preparation. Therefore, the selection rate of the students of these schools is very high.
The fee of the Sainik Schools is nominal and the State Governments offer scholarships to the meritorious and economically weaker students. Wards of defence personnel get discount in the tuition fee.
For admission to Class 6, the candidate has to be between 10-12 years on 31 March of the year in which the exam is taken. For admission to class 9, the candidate has to be between 13-15 years on 31 March of the year of the exam. He should have passed class 8th from a recognised school.
The admission takes place in Class 6th (for boys and girls) and Class 9th (for boys only). The selection is through AISSEE. Application forms are made available on the NTA website in the month of September/ October. The forms are filled online. Candidates can choose only one Sainik School while filling the form. Guardians/ parents should exercise due diligence in selecting the school.
The syllabus is based on Class 5th and Class 8th level as prescribed by NCERT. The papers are bi-lingual. Class 6th exam can be attempted in anyone of the 12 languages (details in the exam notification) along with English. Class 9th exam language is English (and Hindi) only. The questions are on MCQ pattern. There is no negative marking. Cut off marks for each category are different. The passing marks for each subject for General, OBC(NCL) and Defence categories are 25% and overall, 40%. There are no minimum passing marks for candidates belonging to SC and ST categories.
The written exam is followed by medical examination at the designated hospitals and verification of documents. The final merit list is prepared based on the above criteria. Some candidates are also placed in the waiting list. These get an option of joining the Sainik School in case of some candidates not joining or availability of seats in other Sainik Schools.
Admission to NSS is based on the option exercised while filling the form. Presently the admission to NSS is open only for Class 6th. 60% seats in the NSS are reserved for the students who are already studying in that school. 40% seats are available for others. However, there is no reservation for any category and all candidates have to get the minimum marks of 25% in each subject and 40% overall, to qualify.
Being an All-India level exam, structured preparation is a must for clearing AISSEE. The parents can download the syllabus and notification from the NTA website (www.nta.nic.in). Study material is available online and most of the lessons are available on free platforms like YouTube. Parents’ and teachers’ help is required in subjects like GK and Intelligence.
Both online and offline coaching options are available. Before joining any coaching institute, it is advisable that candidate is clear about the syllabus and paper pattern.
Right before the exam, it is better to expose the candidate through a mock test series. These too are available online.
If one is serious about joining these schools, they should apply for admission in Rashtriya Military Schools (RMS) also. The syllabus and eligibility conditions and syllabus are almost same as that of the Sainik Schools. Admission to RMS also takes place in Class 6th and 9th. The Combined Entrance Test (CET) is held in January, every year.
We at The Winning Edge, specialise in preparing candidates for Sainik Schools, Rashtriya Military Schools and RIMC. We conduct offline batches at our Dehradun Centre. Multiple Online Batches are conducted throughout the year. These are conducted as live online classes, for two hours from Monday to Friday. Tests are conducted every Saturday and Sunday.
We are ready with the Mock Test Series for AISSEE Class 6th. This series contains 10 Mock papers with answer key and detailed solution, 5 previous years papers (solved), detailed syllabus and 45 days preparatory time table.
The papers have been prepared by a team of experienced teachers and is based on the latest paper pattern. The answer key and detailed solution will help in clearing the concept as well as give valuable feedback about the performance of the candidate.
The Mock Tests, if conducted in exam like conditions, will make a substantial impact on the final performance. This will build a positive exam aptitude and confidence.
The Winning Edge Mock test series is very reasonably priced. It is available on our Mobile App as well on Amazon. The money spent on the Mock Test Series can be claimed back as discount when you join our Online or Offline Preparatory Course for AISSEE. This makes this series virtually FREE of Cost.
Every child has the potential to shine and do well, provided they are given the right mentoring and guidance. The Winning Edge Sainik School Mock Test series gives the child the required quality material to test himself on national standards.
By doing this test series the child and the parents will know how much more effort is required to reach a Sainik School of their choice. From there, a whole life of achievement awaits the deserving candidates who clear the All India Sainik Schools Entrance Exam.
The candidate enrolled at WEDA will have two revisions of the entire syllabus. The first time we will go through concepts with a focus on clearing basics. The second revision will be fast paced.