AISSEE 2024 – Examination Date, Eligibility Criteria, Application Form, Fee, Admit Card, Syllabus

National Testing Agency (NTA) is the authority responsible for conducting the All India Sainik School Entrance Exam 2024 (AISSEE). It is a competitive exam conducted to select candidates for admission to classes 6th and 9th of Sainik schools across India. These schools are famous for their academic excellence and focus on character development. Many of their students get selected for the Armed Forces of India every year.

The application form for AISSEE 2024 exam has been released in online mode. Candidates looking to apply must make sure that they meet all the necessary eligibility criteria. In this article, we are going to provide you with an overview of the AISSEE exam along with some tips to crack it.

AISSEE 2024 Exam Schedule

Main EventsTentative Dates
Starting of online application form submissionStarted
Last date to submit the application form20th December 2023
Last date for the payment of the application fee through credit card/ debit card or internet bankingLast week of November 2023
Availability of correction window1st week of December 2023
Downloading of Admit CardLast week of December 2023
Examination Date21st January 2024
ResultLast week of January 2024

AISSEE Eligibility Criteria 2024

The eligibility criteria are different for class 6th and 9th admission as explained below.

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For class 6th admission

  • The age of a candidate should be between 10 and 12 years as on 31 March 2024.
  • Girl candidates are eligible for admission.

For class 9th admission

  • The age of a candidate must be between 13 and 15 years as on 31 March 2023.
  • Admissions will not be provided to girl students.
  • Candidates must have passed class 8th from a recognized school at the time of admission.

AISSEE Application Form 2024

Here are the steps to submit AISSEE application form 2024. Please note that the form has been released on the official website of NTA.  

  • First of all, you need to visit the NTA’s official website i.e.
  • Then, register yourself on the portal using your unique Email Id and Mobile Number.
  • After that, you must provide your accurate personal and educational details in the application form.
  • Next, upload the following documents in the application form.
    • Candidate’s Photograph (10 kb to 200 kb)
    • Candidate’s Signature ( 4 kb to 30 kb)
    • left-hand thumb impression of the candidate (10 kb to 50 kb)
    • Domicile Certificate
    • Date of Birth Certificate
    • Caste/ Community/ Category Certificate (if applicable)
    • Certificate of service (for Defence category-serving) and PPO for Ex-servicemen.
  • In the next step, you must pay the necessary application fee.
  • Finally, download and print copies of the confirmation page after successful fee payment and keep copies safe for future requirements.

Application Fee

CategoryApplication Fees
General/Wards of Defence personnel and ex-servicemen/ OBC (NCL)Rs. 650/-
Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled TribesRs. 500/-

Mode of fee payment – The application fee can be paid online using a Debit/ Credit Card/ Net-banking/ UPI.

Admit Card

  • AISSEE Admit Card will be released on NTA’s official website.
  • To download the admit card, candidates will have to provide their application number.
  • AISSEE Admit Card is a crucial document that contains important information such as roll number, examination center, and timings.
  • Please note that candidates must have the following documents with them while appearing for the exam.
    • Admit card (with Self Declaration on it downloaded from NTA website) with passport size photograph and thumb impression affixed on it.
    • Valid and original Photo ID proof
    • Passport-size photograph for affixing on the attendance sheet
  • If a candidate is unable to download the admit card then he/ she should approach the Help Line between 10.00 am and 5.00 pm (Monday to Saturday).

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Examination Pattern

The pattern of the AISSEE 2024 examination is different for classes 6th and 9th.

For class 6th Admission

  • Examination Mode – Offline (OMR Sheet based test)
  • Type of questions – Objective type MCQs
  • Number of questions – 125 questions
  • Maximum Marks – 300 marks
  • Language of questions – English, Marathi, Hindi, Odiya, Assamese, Punjabi, Bengali, Tamil, Gujarati, Telugu, Kannada, Urdu
  • Negative Marking – Not applicable
  • Duration of the exam – 150 Minutes
SubjectNumber of questionsTotal Marks
General Knowledge2550
Total125 questions300 Marks

For class 9th Admission  

  • Examination Mode – Offline (OMR Sheet based test)
  • Type of questions – Objective type MCQs
  • Number of questions – 150 questions
  • Maximum Marks – 400 marks
  • Language of questions – English only
  • Negative Marking – Not applicable
  • Duration of the exam – 180 Minutes
SubjectNumber of questionsTotal Marks
General Science2550
Social Science2550
Total150 questions400 Marks


The subject-wise syllabus for AISSEE 2024 is given below.

Mathematics – Natural Numbers, Conversion of Units, LCM and HCF 15 Roman Numerals, Unitary Method, Types of Angles, Fractions, Circle, Ratio and Proportion, Volume of Cube and Cuboids, Profit and Loss, Prime and Composite Numbers, Simplification, Plane Figures, Average, Decimal Numbers, etc.

Intelligence – Analogies (mathematical & verbal), Pattern (spatial and mathematical), Classification, Visual, Logical, Reasoning, etc

Language (English) – Comprehension Passage, Confusing Words, Verbs and Types, Vocabulary, Adjectives, Synonyms, Antonyms, Sentence Formation, Preposition, Idiom and Phrases, Collective Nouns, Types of sentences, Number, Gender, etc.

General Knowledge – Different Types of Scientific Devices Used in Daily Life, Concepts of Mountain Terrain and Lifestyle, Historical Monuments, Shape of Earth and Gravitation, Non-Renewable Energy Sources, Art and Culture, Major Religions of India,  etc.

Tips to Crack AISSEE 2024

Here are some tips to do well in the AISSEE Examination.

  1. Focus on understanding concepts, not rote learning.
  2. If needed, seek help from your teachers and mentors.
  3. Attempt all questions, even if you are not sure about the answer because there is no negative marking.
  4. Double-check your answers before submitting the exam.
  5. Stay positive and happy.


  • The AISSEE result will be published by NTA on its website.
  • Candidates can also check the results on all Sainik schools’ websites.
  • To make sure that candidates get information about the results, NTA will send out emails and SMS to candidates.
  • In addition to publishing the results, NTA will also prepare the merit lists for admission to all Sainik schools.

Counselling and Admission

  • After the result declaration, qualified candidates will apply for e-counselling.
  • Admission will be provided on the basis of the position of the candidate in the Merit List of AISSEE 2024.
  • After selection, the admission will be confirmed after the medical fitness test and document verification.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who will conduct the AISSEE 2024 examination?

National Testing Agency (NTA)

In which language the AISSEE examination will be conducted for class 9th admission?


If I do not get my Admit Card, whom should I contact?

You can send an email to [email protected] or call NTA Help Desk at 011-40759000 or 011 6922 7700.

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