First RSS ‘army’ school to start classes from April in UP
LUCKNOW [Maha Media]: The Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh (RSS) will start its first army school from April in Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr district to help students become good citizens, who can contribute to the nation’s development, its functionaries said on Monday.
Named after Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh’s former chief Rajju Bhaiyya, Rajju Bhaiya Sainik Vidya Mandir (RBSVM) will begin from Class 6 onwards and will be a completely residential institution. It is learnt that former Indian Army Colonel Shiv Pratap Singh will head the school where students will be helped to prepare for the entrance examinations and physical tests of the National Defence Academy, Indian Naval Academy and others such institutions.
Senior RSS leaders said all infrastructures, including the school building, is ready and applications have been invited for the first batch of 160 students. Registrations will remain open till February 23 and the entrance examination will be held on March 1. The school will run on the pattern of Vidya Bharti institutions run by the RSS. The only objective of this institution is to prepare good citizens who can contribute to the nation’s development. The school has also started the process of appointing teachers, it is learnt.