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GIRL STUDENTS IN SAINIK SCHOOLS:Sainik School, Bhubaneswar has 41 girl students

Newdelhi:24/7/23:The total number of  studying in Sainik Schools established under the erstwhile pattern as on 18.07.2023 is 1,299. Details are given below:

S No Name of Sainik School Number of Girl Students
1 Sainik School, Amaravathinagar 43
2 Sainik School, Ambikapur 37
3 Sainik School, Amethi 31
4 Sainik School, Balachadi 35
5 Sainik School, Bhubaneswar 41
6 Sainik School, Bijapur 38
7 Sainik School, Chandrapur 34
8 Sainik School, Chhingchhip 51
9 Sainik School, Chittorgarh 32
10 Sainik School, East Siang 22
11 Sainik School, Ghorakhal 44
12 Sainik School, Goalpara 43
13 Sainik School, Gopalganj 61
14 Sainik School, Imphal 46
15 Sainik School, Jhansi 27
16 Sainik School, Jhunjhunu 30
17 Sainik School, Kalikiri 47
18 Sainik School, Kapurthala 37
19 Sainik School, Kazhakootam 43
20 Sainik School, Kodagu 45
21 Sainik School, Korukonda 33
22 Sainik School, Kunjpura 47
23 Sainik School, Mainpuri 24
24 Sainik School, Nagrota 36
25 Sainik School, Nalanda 50
26 Sainik School, Punglwa 43
27 Sainik School, Purulia 31
28 Sainik School, Rewa 55
29 Sainik School, Rewari 34
30 Sainik School, Sambalpur 25
31 Sainik School, Satara 44
32 Sainik School, Sujanpur Tira 41
33 Sainik School, Tilaiya 49
Total 1,299

The total number of girl students studying in Sainik Schools opened under partnership mode as on 18.07.2023 is 303. Following are the details:

S No Name of Sainik School Number of Girl Students
1 Shri Baba Mastnath Residential Public School, Rohtak, Haryana 22
2 SK International School, Sangli, Maharashtra 24
3 Padmashree Dr. Vitthalrao Vikhe Patil Sainik School, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra 0*
4 Viveka School of Excellence, Mysure, Karnataka 26
5 Sangolli Rayanna Sainik School, Belgavi, Karnataka 20
6 Dayanand Public School, Patiala, Punjab 8
7 Royal International Residential School, Fatehabad, Haryana 34
8 Sundari Devi Saraswati Vidya Mandir, Samastipur, Bihar 13
9 Keshav Saraswati Vidya Mandir, Patna, Bihar 9
10 Raj Luxmi Samvid Gurukulam, Solan, Himachal Pradesh 0*
11 The Vikasa School,  Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu 16
12 Shri Brahmanand Vidya Mandir, Junagadh, Gujarat 40
13 Shri Motibhai R Chaudhari Sagar Sainik School, Meshana, Gujarat 8
14 Vedavyasa Vidyalayam Sainik School, Kozhikode, Kerala 28
15 Saraswati Vidhya Mandir Higher Secondary School, Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh 2
16 Tawang Public School, Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh 24
17 Adani World School, SPSR Nellore, Andhra Pradesh 7
18 Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Military Academy, Silvassa, Dadara & Nagar Haveli 22
19 Banas Sainik School, Palanpur, Gujarat 0#
Total 303

Only Boys School

Recently approved Sainik School

All 33 Sainik Schools in the country under the erstwhile pattern are co-educational. In so far as new Sainik Schools in partnership mode with NGOs/Private/State Government School are concerned, there is no stipulation with respect to the school being set up exclusively for boys/girls/co-education basis.

This information was given by Raksha Rajya Mantri Shri Ajay Bhatt in a written reply to Dr Anil Sukhdeorao Bonde in Rajya Sabha today.

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