Sainik School Amaravathinagar 04252 256246

State
Location
Started
Contact Numbers
Website

 Maharashtra

 Satara

 23.06.1961

02162-234483

 Haryana

 Kunjpura

 03.07.1961

0184-2384551

 Punjab

 Kapurthala

 08.07.1961

01822-232532

 Gujarat

 Balachadi

 08.07.1961

02893-286229

 Rajasthan

 Chittorgarh

 07.08.1961

01472-248695

 Andhra Pradesh

 Korukonda

 18.01.1962

08922-246168

 Kerala

 Kazhakootam

 26.01.1962

0471-2418245

 West Bengal

 Purulia

 29.01.1962

03252-223999

 Orissa

 Bhubaneswar

 01.02.1962

0674-2581845

 Tamil Nadu

 Amaravathinagar

 16.07.1962

04252-256246

 Madhya Pradesh

 Rewa

 20.07.1962

07662-254803
http://www.sainikschoolrewa.ac.in/

 Jharkhand

 Tilaiya 

 16.09.1963

 06534-235048

 Karnataka

 Bijapur

 16.09.1963

08352-270638

 Assam

 Goalpara

 12.11.1964

03663-287076

 Uttarakhand

 Ghorakhal

 21.03.1966

05942-2200816
http://www.ssghorakhal.org

 Jammu & Kashmir

 Nagrota

 22.08.1970

0191-2673927

 Manipur

 Imphal

 07.10.1971

0385-2423122

 Himachal Pradesh

 Sujanpur Tira

 02.07.1978

01972-272024

 Bihar

 Nalanda

 12.10.2003

06112-255449

 Bihar

 Gopalganj

 12.10.2003

06150-231681

 Nagaland

 Punglwa

 02.04.2007

03839-262001
 Karnataka  Kodagu  18.10.2007
08276-278961
 Chhattisgarh  Ambikapur  2008
07774-232999 
 Haryana Rewari  2009
01274-260850
 Andhra Pradesh Kalikiri 2013
7093900191
http://www.kalikirisainikschool.com/
   
http://www.egainz.com

The Sainik Schools are a system of schools in India established and managed by the Sainik Schools Society. They were conceived in 1961 by 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, and to prepare students for entry into the National Defence Academy (NDA), Khadakwasla, Pune and Indian Naval Academy. Today there are 24 such schools covering all the states of the country.The schools come under the purview of respective state governments and Ministry of Defence, and in his Union Budget of 2008, Finance minister, P Chidambaram, allocated Rs 2 crore to each of the 22 Sainik schools, to counter rising attrition in the defence forces, especially at the officer level.