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The Scheme of establishing Sainik Schools was introduced in 1961 by the Ministry of Defence. In the first year, five Sainik  Schools were established. Since then several More were added bringing their total to twenty as on date. All the Schools are located in different states of the country. The Sainik Schools are managed by a Society which is registered under the Societies Registration Act ( XXI of 1960 )

The primary aim of Sainik Schools is to prepare the boys academically, physically and psychologically for entry into the National Defence Academy and other coveted walks of life. Since their inception, Sainik Schools have sent thousands of students to the Army, the Navy and the Air Force as officers and produced many more responsible civil citizens of the nation.
Sainik School lmphal is a residential English medium Public School for boys, imparting Public School education with a military bias. The School was established on 07 Oct 1971. Apart from preparing the students academically, the school endeavours to develop character, team spirit, loyalty, esprit-de-corps and a high sense of discipline amongst students of the school. The school is also a member of Indian Public Schools Conference (IPSC).
The School admits students from Manipur, Nagaland, Mizoram, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh and Bhutan in classes VI and IX based on an All India Entrance Examination. Seats are reserved for each state, SC/ST and for children of defence personnel depending upon the vacancies arising each year.
The School is located in a picturesque area at a distance of approximately 8 kms from Imphal on Imphal-Pukhao road. The School campus spread over an area of 268 acres is suitably developed to provide a serene environment and sound infrastructure.

The administration of the Sainik School is vested in an autonomous body under the Board of Governors with the Union Minister of Defence as its Chairman. The Chief Ministers and Education Ministers of the States are also members of the Board of Governors. The school has a Local Board of Administration with a Senior Defence Service Officer holding the rank of Major General as its Chairman. The General Officer Commanding 57 Mountain Division is the present Chairman of the Local Board of Administration of Sainik School lmphal. The Local Board of Administration meets at regular intervals to review the progress of the School and to devise measures for its improvement.

The health of the boys is regularly attended by a qualified Doctor assisted by a Nursing Assistant. Students requiring special attention and care are admitted in the school hospital. More serious cases or those requiring medical advice of a specialist are referred to RIMS, Imphal. Cases of prolonged or very serious illness are reported to their parents for suitable action.
The School has a 125 KVA and a 12.5 KVA generators ensuring uninterrupted power supply to the entire campus.
The School has its own water reservoir, filtration and treatment plant. Sufficient water is made available to the dormitories in the morning and evening for bathing purposes. Aquaguards are installed in the Mess, Hostels, and School building to provide purified drinking water to the cadets at all times.
Laundry services are available to students. All students are required to give their clothes for washing and ironing to their respective House washermen on the days prescribed under their House arrangement.
The School has a branch of Bank of India - Sainik School Branch.
In order to cater to the requirement of students pertaining to stationery, text books, toiletries, clothing etc., necessary arrangements exist within the school campus. The students may take various items as per their requirements from the School CSD using STUDENT PURCHASE SLIP. The amount so spent is adjusted against the incidental money deposited by the parents. The purchases made by the students through PURCHASE SLIPS are vetted and signed by the concerned Housemaster in order to prevent wasteful expenditure. The details of purchases made by the students are forwarded to the parents along with the Statement of Account in May and December every year. The unspent portion of the advance is refunded at the time of leaving the School. 
All text books and stationery items can be provided to the students under school arrangements. The expenses on this account shall be debited to the student account and adjusted against the advance. Procurement of text books and stationery items from school is, however, purely optional.
In order to develop team spirit and esprit-de-corps amongst students, they are accommodated House wise under four Wings - Netaji House, Raman House, Shivaji House and Tagore House. These houses comprises boys from class VII to XII. Junior most cadets i.e., class VI cadets are under one house - Tikendrajit House. The boys are groomed to live a corporate life and develop a sense of emotional integration.
Each House is managed by a Housemaster, assisted by a Deputy Housemaster and two Assistant Housemasters while the holding Houses of class VI have a Housemaster and an Assistant Housemaster each to look after the boys. There are a total of four Hostel Superintendents in addition to a Matron who carry out close supervision of students in their dormitories and are responsible for their care, welfare, personal health and hygiene and discipline at all times.
All students dine together in a well furnished common dining hall. The cooking arrangements are supervised by a qualified Mess Manager. Both Non-Vegetarian and Vegetarian menus are catered for keeping in view the Individual tastes of the boys. The Housemasters, Hostel Superintendents and teaching staff members also dine with the students. The School has fully automated ultra-modern kitchen which enables preparation of hygienic and wholesome food.
The School caters for classes from VI to XII under the 10+2 scheme of Education, and is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. Admissions are made in classes VI and IX only.
The School prepares the students for the following examinations

(a) All India Secondary School Examination (Std. X) conducted by the CBSE, New Delhi. The medium of instruction is English. While English and Hindi are compulsory subjects, an option has to be exercised between Manipuri and Sanskrit upto class VIII. Other main subjects taught upto class X are Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Life Science, History and Civics, Economics, Geography, SUPW, Health & Physical Education as prescribed by the CBSE.

(b) All India Senior School Certificate Examination (Std. XII) conducted by the CBSE, New Delhi. The school caters for the SCIENCE STREAM only and the subjects taught are English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

(c) The Union Public Service Commission Examination for admission to the National Defence Academy.

The School offers Computer as a subject to the students upto class VIII. All students get ample opportunity to handle computers and gain knowledge about the latest hardware and software. The School at present has well equipped computer laboratory with 80 computers and few more are likely to be added soon.
Private tuitions in school are not permitted. Special tutorial classes are arranged to pay individual attention to academically weak boys. Parents are, however, advised to arrange for intensive coaching of their wards during the vacations to help them in further improving their knowledge.
The examination system consists of two term tests held in the months of Aug-Sep and Nov-Dec respectively, followed by the annual examination at the end of the academic session. Progress reports are sent to the parents immediately after the tests are over. Those students who do not show satisfactory progress are warned at the end of each exam, and their parents/guardians are also informed. Special attention is thereafter given to these students by conducting remedial extra classes.
The minimum marks required for promotion to next class are 40% in each subject and 50% in aggregate. If a student fails, he is withdrawn from the school.
A repository of knowledge, having more than 10,000 books, with a separate reference section having select books and encyclopedias cater to the needs of students of all classes. The reading section subscribes to many leading Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals. The school also provides inter.net facility to explore the global information and gain latest knowledge.

While major emphasis is laid on the academic progress of the students, the school also provides ample scope for the development of their creative faculties. Students are motivated to learn by doing and participating in various activities according to their aptitude. The school has the following Hobby Clubs:-

(a) Dramatics Club (b) Art Club (c) Crafts Club (d) Music Club (e) Science Club (f) Photography Club (g) Horticulture Club (h) Gymnastic Club (i) Computer Club (j) Electronics Club (k) Astronomy Club (I) School Band (m) Yoga Club

The school provides adequate facilities for outdoor and indoor games like Cricket, Football, Hockey, Basketball, Volley Ball, Lawn Tennis, Table Tennis, Badminton and Athletics to all students. Regular PT forms an integral part of their physical training programme. The school has qualified and experienced Army PT Instructors. The school Gymnasium provides a variety of equipment including the Multi-Gym to all students. Students are also regularly sponsored for adventure, mountaineering and other similar courses.
Enrolment in NCC is compulsory for all students and it forms an integral part of the school curriculum. The school has a full fledged Independent NCC Company. The Head Master is the Officer Commanding of NCC Company who is assisted by well qualified NCC Officers and Instructors. The Cadets regularly take part in Republic Day Parade camp at New Delhi and Annual Training Camps/National integration camps held in various parts of the country. Senior NCC cadets are detailed to attend Adventure Courses, at HMI, Darjeeling, Rock Climbing and Advanced Leadership Course During vacations in order to promote the development of leadership qualities.
Educational tours form an essential part of the school curriculum. Students are taken to various important places of educational interest in the country including Defence Training Centres/Establishments.
Adequate arrangements have been made for healthy entertainment to students. Select movies are screened once a week. Co-curricular activities like musical evenings, drama shows, recitation, ex-tempore speeches and quiz programmes etc. are also organised, which provide a source of entertainment and knowledge to the students.
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