Bhonsala Military School
|Bhonsala Military School
Bhonsale Sainik Vidyalaya
Nashik, Maharashtra, India
|Founder||Dr. Balakrishna Shivram Moonje|
|Specialist||Military Preparatory School|
|Principal||Dr. A. Y. Kulkarni|
|Head of school||Col. (Retd.) S. S. Kashikar, Commandant|
|Medium of language||Marathi, English|
|Language||Hindi, English, Marathi|
|Campus size||160 acres (0.65 km2)|
|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|
|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). The school was founded in 1937 by Dr. B. S. Moonje.
Bhonsala Military School, Nasik was established by Balakrishna Shivram Moonje in 1935. It started working on 12th June 1937. The campus of the school is called Rambhoomi and the students called Ramdandees in honour of the Hindu mythological figure Lord Rama, who is believed to have an association with Nashik.
The school's commandant is Col. (Retd.) S. S. Kashikar, who took over from Lt. Col. (Retd.) S. S. Raikar on 12 August 2013. The principal is Dr. A. Y. Kulkarni, who took over from the former principal R. D. More. The chief training officer is Capt. (Retd.) N. D. Joshi.
The school has a huge playground with all facilities including a football ground, athletic track, basketball courts, volleyball court, hockey ground, horse riding, rifle shooting yard and an international level swimming pool is also available for the students studying in the BMS campus. Bhonsala was also known for the high performance in sports, which is recognised by the Sports Authority of India (SAI). Virendra Singh is one of the experienced coach of Bhonsala military School, who has given many international level performers.
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