Cardinal Warriors Private Military School


Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

First Private Military School was started in Pre-Independence Era in 1935 by an Established Central Hindu Military Education Society with the aim of Indianization of Army (Indian Defence). In Post-Independence Era Establishment of Sainik Schools was introduced in the year 1961. These schools are managed by Sainik School society. Maharashtra has private Sainik school run by private NGOs, AMITY has Amity Military College at Manesar and many more are operating all over India.
Cardinal Warriors Mana is a private military school affiliated to CBSE Board class Nursery to XII and we have applied for Sainik School affiliation under New Sainik School Policy of affiliation 100 Sainik school run by private NGOs. Cardinal Warriors Junior at Bhatagaon is Nursery to VIII and runs CBSE curriculum.
Major Pravin Singh an ex -paratrooper and best cadet commissioned officer of Indian Army has more than 16 years of experience in field of private military school from start up to management. Study by Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) on his private military school resulted in formulation of policy of 100 private NGOs affiliated Sainik schools in India, by Sainik school society of Defence Ministry. Link to media publication is under
The vision for NEP 2020 is “Technology use and Integration” to give a pathway for the students to make India a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy around the globe. Further, the integration of ICT makes education accessible to people in remote areas of the country. Cardinal Warriors Private Military School has a Wi-Fi campus with fully loaded tablets with all cadets’ class VI-XII. The tablets have video contents for all subjects of all classes as well e books for Sainik School entrance exam AISSEE/RIMC/RMS class 5-8 only, and NDA/SSB/IIT/NEET for cadets of class IX- XII. This guidance is given as per result of psychometric tests conducted on each cadet followed by counselling for choice of subject or career is advised to him/her by qualified counsellor. Link to our portal
Yes. Only medically fit cadets are given admission at Cardinal Warriors Private Military School.
Tuck money is advance amount deposited on account of various needs of boarder cadet like stationery, dress, medical or other expenses. A statement of account is provided to parents at the end of each session.
Military school requires a high level of discipline from staff as well as cadets. Hence code of conduct is a written manual of an approved way to conduct themselves in the campus failing which disciplinary action is initiated against them.
Since Cardinal Warriors Mana is residential school RTE is not applicable to it as per Supreme court decision. Link to media is hereunder
Jul 04, 2014 12:29 AM IST
The Right to Education (RTE) Act is not applicable to boarding schools, the Supreme Court said on Thursday while dismissing a petition filed by a student seeking admission under the economically weaker section (EWS) category in sixth standard in Sainik School Kunjpura, Haryana.
Cardinal Warriors Junior is already giving free education to 37 students of its erstwhile school Cardinal Public School, Sunder Nagar, Raipur affiliated to CG board which was closed in 2021 on the request of DEO based on parents application to him.
Broadly our fees are comparable to Sainik school fees as the fees there are subsidized by central as well as state funds, being a private military school, our fees are reasonable and not high.In case we compare to other residential schools of Raipur our fees in fact lowest.