Monday , January 18 2021
Rashtriya Military School, Chail

Rashtriya Military School, Chail Photo Gallery

Chail Military School (‘Rashtriya Military School, Chail) is a residential school in Himachal Pradesh, India, established after the First World War in 1922 with a donation of ₹250,000 from King George V’s patriotic fund. The foundation stone of the school was laid by King George V in February 1922. The school started functioning at Jalandhar Cantonment in 1925. Cadets are known as Georgians after their founder father.

The school is located amidst pine and deodar forests in the heart of the 110 km2 Chail Sanctuary at an altitude of 2144 meters. The world’s highest cricket ground[1] is located in Chail and is used as a training and playground for cadets.

Chail Georgians – If you like to display your school / house group / individual school time photograph here, please email at Please don’t forget to give details about the photograph like, School Roll No., House Name, Batch years etc.

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  1. Prasanta Kumar Mazumdar

    It was heartening visit,though a virtual one through website. I travelled back in Time Machine, down memory lane, as back as in 1964,and wake up, like fictional Rip Van Winkle,not after 20 years,but after 53 years when I passed out from King George’s School in December 1064.(Roll no. 192)
    I find amazing improvement in all spheres,truly racing shoulder to shoulder with time. However I miss our main School builing,Ranvir Villa.

  2. Hullo Prashant,
    I am Kulbir 330, also of 1964 batch. Ihave visited the school twice, the last visit being in 2013. I am at Noida, so is Bhupi Dadwal 411. Do contact at

  3. This is P.K. Mazumdar Roll 192. Grateful, could we get pictures of Nalanda House, Oak Cottage and Glen View.

  4. Nazim Hasan Khan

    Nostalgia! Still remember the good old days of the KGS when I was a very young teacher under Lt. Colonel S.S. Nakra. Vividly remember the fatherly figures of Mehta Saheb, Sardar Udham Singh Saheb and other colleagues along with smiling and disciplined cadets. We played cricket also with the H.H. Maharaja of Patiala’s team, and the Army Commander’s. Lucky are those who are still there. Take full advantage of your stay there, and go with the wealth of knowledge around to serve the nation. After the KGS I have been abroad as a senior officer in the Civil Services of the foreign governments till 2014, but KGS never faded from my memory. Wish you all every success in the service of the Nation. Jai Hind!

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