Entrance examination for admission to Rashtriya Indian Military College (RIMC), Dehradun (UK), for January 2010 terms would be conducted on June 1 and 2.
According to a press release issued by director of school education, Nipusilie Angami, only boys are eligible for the admission to the college for which a candidate should not be not more than 11 ½ years in age but should not have attend the age of 13 years as on January 1, 2010.
The release also said that candidates should either be studying in Class VII or passed Class VII from any recognized school at the time of admission to the military college on January 1, 2010, for which written part of the examination would be conducted basing on three papers including English and Mathematics on June 1 and General Knowledge on June 2.
Oral interview would be conducted only for those candidates qualified in the written exam for which the date for the interview would be intimated to them by early September this year at the same time the intelligence and personality of the candidates would be tested at the oral interview.
Further the press release informed that the application forms and prospectus and old question papers could be obtained from the Commandant, RIMC, Dehradun (UK) on payment of Rs.250 through demand draft in favour of the commandant, RIMC Dehradun, drawer branch, SBI Tel Bhavan Dehradun (Bank Code-01576) which would be dispatched by registered post or courier.
Application in duplicate on prescribed forms accompanied by bank draft drawer at SBI Tel Bhavan Dehradun (Bank Code-01576), Dehradun, would be accepted for Rs.50 (general) and Rs.5 for ST/SC candidates in favour of commandant RIMC, Dehradun, along with three passport size photographs of the candidate should reach the school education director, Kohima, latest by March 31.
Meanwhile, it informed that certificate of age (in duplicate) from the school record or municipal board should be submitted at the same time informed that no change in the date of birth certificate as originally given with the application forms would be entertained.