Rashtriya Military School, Chail

Himachal Pradesh, India

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  • Rashtriya Military School, Chail

    Established: 1922 Himachal Pradesh

    Chail Military School ('Rashtriya Military School Chail or King George Royal Indian Military College) is a residential school in Himachal Pradesh, India, established after the First World War in 1922 with a donation of ₹250,000 ...

    Branch: Indian Armed Forces

    Motto: Sheelam Param Bhusnam / Character is the Greatest Virtue

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