Bhonsala Military School

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Bhonsala Military School
Bhonsale Sainik Vidyalaya
BMS Logo.jpg
Address
Gangapur Road
Nashik
Nashik District
Nashik, Maharashtra, India
Coordinates 20°00′20″N 73°45′06″E / 20.00556°N 73.75167°E / 20.00556; 73.75167Coordinates: 20°00′20″N 73°45′06″E / 20.00556°N 73.75167°E / 20.00556; 73.75167
Information
Religious affiliation(s) Hindu
Established by Dharamveer Moonje
Opened 1937
Founder Dr. Balkrishna Shivramji Moonje
School district Nashik
Specialist Military Preparatory School
Principal Shri R.D. More
Head of school Commandant
Age range Starts from 5th (English Medium)
Enrollment Open
Medium of language Hindi & English
Language Hindi,English & Marathi
Campus size 160 acres (0.65 km2)
Campus type Residential
School colour(s) Saffron
Slogan शापदपि शरदापि SHAPADAPI SHARADAPI
Song NATIONAL ANTHEM OF INDIA
Sports Hockey, shooting, boxing, Football, Basket ball, Volley ball, Horse Riding, Swimming, Hand ball etc.
Accreditation Pune Education Board
Publication Ramdandee Magazine
Key products Education
School fees 100000 PA
Affiliation Central Hindu Military Education Society

Bhonsala Military School is a residential military school in Nasik, Maharashtra state, India operated by the Central Hindu Military Education Society (CHMES).[1] The school was founded in 1937 by Dr. B. S. Moonje.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A school for martial youths". Daily News and Analysis (India). 28 October 2008. Retrieved 29 October 2008.