EVENTS

  MILITARY SCHOOL CELEBRATES REPUBLIC DAY
         
     
         
     
     
  The 69th Republic Day was celebrated at Rashtriya Military School, Belgaum with patriotic fervor and zeal. The National Flag was unfurled by Lt Col Soumyabrata Dhar, the Principal, who also took salute as 150 cadets put up a spectacular march past led by the School Captain Cdt Rohit Singh Basera. In his address to the gathering, the Principal reminded the cadets of the true significance of the term ‘Republic’ and exhorted them to rise above the narrow differences of religion, caste and region. He asked them to keep the national interests in their hearts and imbibe qualities of honesty and patriotism to become responsible future citizens of the country

 
 
   
 
   
  KARATE DO ASSOCIATION CELEBRATES 7TH ANNUAL AWARD FUNCTION
         
     
     
  Cdaet Rajesh Kumar of Class XI of Rashtriya Military School Belgaum was awarded Black Belt by Dynamic Shotokan Karate-DO India recognized by Karate Association of India during the Karate DO Association Karnataka 7th Annual Award Function on Sunday at Ambedkar Bhavan, Belgaum. Principal Soumyabrata Dhar informed that Karate coaching has commenced in the School since April 2017 and Rajesh along with 30 other cadets were being trained by Shri Nagesh Patil, Black Belt 7th Dan and Md Saleem, Black Belt 3rd Dan instructors. The Principal and Staff congratulated Cdt Rajesh and encouraged others to strive for achieving such a feat. Principal S Dhar informed that it is a very proud moment for the School, since it is the first time in the history of RMS Belgaum that a student has been awarded a Black Belt during his course of study.
   
 
   
  MILITARY SCHOOL CADETS WIN LAURELS AT ROTARY DRILL COMPETITION
         
       
     
  Rashtriya Military School’s contingent of 34 cadets won laurels at the Inter School Drill and Band Competition 2018 organized on 21 Jan 18 by the Rotary Club of Belgaum Central, by winning the ‘Inter School March Past Competition Trophy’. The School’s contingent won wide applause as it marched smartly under the leadership of the contingent commander Cdt Atul Prakash holding the sword with military dignity. Principal Soumyabrata Dhar informed that it was for the first time that the cadets were imparted the sword-drill training by the School’s Drill Instructor Namdeo Chavan. Around 20 contingents from various Schools of Belgaum participated in the Competitiony.
   
 
   
  MILITARY SCHOOL CADET BAGS ROTARY 'BEST STUDENT' AWARD FOR THE SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR
         
     
     
  Cadet Saswat Tiwari of Class X from Rashtriya Military School Belgaum won the 'Best Student Datta Lime Rolling Trophy' instituted by the Rotary Club, Belgaum in an event organized on 24 Jan 18 at the Masonic Hall, Belgaum. The entire selection process was divided into two phases. The first phase consisted of a written test on General Knowledge and English composition and the second was of group discussion and personal interview. Cdt Saswat was adjudged the best student among all the 75 shortlisted Class X students from 45 Schools of Belgaum for the academic year 2017-18, for which he was awarded the Trophy, a certificate and a cash-award of Rs 5000/- . The Principal Soumyabrata Dhar, congratulated him and encouraged other cadets to strive for achieving such a feat. He informed that it is a very proud moment for the School, since the School has won this Trophy for the second time in a row. Cadet Aniket Kumar was awarded the same Trophy for the year 2016-17. As per the organizers it was a rare feat that has happened for the first time since the institution of the Trophy. .
   
 
   
  HOW TO MAKE SMART HOMES AND SMART SCHOOLS AND SAVE THE MOTHER EARTH
         
     
     
  A lecture on the earth's deteriorating environment and climate-change was conducted at Rashtriya Military School Belgaum on 15 Jan 18 by Mrs Nita Ganguly, an eminent environmentalist leader and mentor, who has worked with noble-laureate and former Vice President of the USA, Mr Al Gore on the subject. Mrs Ganguly began by dwelling at length the burning issues concerning the health of the earth's environment and why it was necessary to care for it. In a spell-binding speech, she laid bare our own hypocritical and unsympathetic attitude towards the environment and went on to show us some very simple ways that can be adopted to manage the kitchen waste. Speaking after the programme, the Principal Soumyabrata Dhar expressed his desire to put some of the ideas presented into practice and turn the School Campus into a smart and eco-friendly one.