Rashtriya Military School (RMS) has today, March 10, 2022, released the admit cards for the CET 2022 examination. Admit cards have been issued through the online mode, on the official website rashtriyamilitaryschools.edu.in. All those who have registered for the entrance exam can access their admit cards using the download link published on the official portal. Applicants are required to carry their admit cards to the exam center, for entry inside the exam venue.
Steps to download Rashtriya Military School admit card 2022
To download the Rashtriya Military School 2022 admit card, candidates can use the step-wise process given below –
Step 1: Visit the official website of Rashtriya Military School i.e., rashtriyamilitaryschools.edu.in
Step 2: On the homepage of the website, the admit card download link will be available under the “CET CORNER” section. Click on the link to access the login window.
Step 3: Enter the required credentials such as the six-digit APP number, class, and date of birth.
Step 4: Click on the ‘Submit’ option to access the admit card.
Step 5: Download or take a printout of the admit card on or before the entrance exam.
Direct Link to RMS CET 2022 admit card
The Rashtriya Military School 2022 entrance test is all set to be conducted on April 03, 2022. It will be held in the OMR-based pen-and-paper format, at selected centers across the country. Those who qualify the entrance exam will be shortlisted for the subsequent stages i.e., interview round and medical examination. On qualifying both stages will a candidate be finally admitted, subject to document verification.
Overview of RMS Entrance Test 2022
The entrance test is being organised for admitting eligible students to Class 6 and 9. It will be held for a total of 200 marks covering subjects like General Knowledge, Mathematics, Intelligence Test and English for Class 5 applicants. Each subject will carry a weightage of 50 marks. In case of Class 8 applicants, two papers will be conducted, each for 100 marks. Paper I will evaluate a student’s knowledge base in terms of subjects like English, Hindi, and Social Science, carrying 50, 20, and 30 marks, respectively. Similarly, Paper II will cover Mathematics and Science for 50 marks each.