RIMC Exam June 2023

About RIMC

The entrance exam for the Rastriya Indian Military College (RIMC) is one of the most difficult and competitive tests in India. It takes a lot of planning and hard work. The RIMC is an elite school known for its rigorous academic program and strong focus on discipline and physical health. In this post, we will talk about how to study for the RIMC entrance test in 2023-2024.

Rastriya Indian Military College is a “Category A” institution that is run by the Director-General of Military Training at Army Headquarters in New Delhi. It is an Inter-Service Institution. It is based in the state of Uttarakhand, in Dehradun. It sends young boys in the country to school and gives them training to help them grow in all ways. The goal is to send these boys to NDA/NAVAC. The school’s curriculum is run by the CBSE board.

The school exclusively admits Class VIII. RIMC accepts students between January and July. It’s the only institution in India that gives Board examinations twice a year for grades 10 and 12. Only men can enter. 25 Union students are selected each term.

Application Process of RIMC


Only 8th graders can get into RIMC. Usually, one opening is given to each state. But in some states with a lot of people, there are up to two open seats. (Maximum openings per Term are 25). Candidates who are girls can now join the RIMC. All India-wide, there are 5 spots open for girls. On the RIMC website (https://rimc.gov.in/rimcindex.aspx) you can find more information about the selection process and who is eligible.

Application Form & Prospect

The Prospectus is a document that From the RIMC in Dehradun, you can get an application form and a booklet of old test questions. The candidate must send a self-addressed envelope and a demand draft made out to “THE COMMANDANT RIMC DEHRADUN” for Rs 600/- (for Gen) or Rs 555/- (for SC/ST). The stuff that the speed post needs will be sent back by RIMC. There is also an online payment method. You get a brochure and old test papers from the last 7 years along with the form. The announcement about the application form is in national newspapers and on the internet. 

To make a good plan for studying for the RIMC (Rastriya Indian Military College) test in June 2023, you have to plan carefully and work hard. Here is a step-by-step plan for making a good study plan:

1.Get to Know the Test: Start by learning everything you can about how the RIMC test is set up, what it covers, and how points are given. This will help you figure out what to focus on and how to use your study time.

2.Set Goals: For your study plan, set goals that are reasonable. Break up your studying into smaller steps, like finishing certain topics or parts within a certain amount of time. This will keep you going and show you how far you’ve come.

3.Make an agenda: Make a study plan that works with your daily life and gives you enough time to study. When deciding how much time to spend on each subject, think about your skills and flaws. Make sure you give enough time to all the important topics that will be on the RIMC test.

4.Prioritise Topics: Figure out which themes and topics are more important for the test. Give these things the most time when you’re studying. Focus on learning key ideas, practicing how to solve problems, and going over important facts or techniques.

5.Break it Down: Break up your study time into smaller, more doable pieces. Long study hours with no breaks are less successful than shorter study sessions with regular breaks. Aim to study intently for 30–45 minutes, then take a 5–10 minute break.

6.Study Material: Get together all the materials you need to study, such as textbooks, reference books, practice papers, and question papers from earlier years. Make sure you have access to good tools that cover the whole RIMC curriculum. Also, there are numerous coaching institutes from which assistance can be obtained.

7.Regular practice is the key to doing well on any test. Solve example papers, question papers from earlier years, and practice tests to get used to the exam format and how to handle your time. Look at how well you did and figure out what you could do better.

8.Review and revise: Look back over the things you’ve learned to make sure you still understand them. Create brief notes or flashcards to summaries important ideas, numbers, or meanings. Plan regular review meetings to make sure you remember things well.

9.Ask for Help: If you come across difficult topics or have questions, don’t be afraid to ask teachers, mentors, or experts in the field for help. Join study groups or online sites to talk with other people who want to get better and share what you know.

10.Take care of yourself. It’s important to study, but it’s just as important to take care of your physical and mental health. Get enough sleep, eat meals that are good for you, and work out regularly. Take small breaks to relax, do something you enjoy, or spend time with family and friends.

11.Stay Motivated: Set prizes for reaching your study goals to keep you going as you prepare. Imagine yourself succeeding, keep a good attitude, and keep in mind how your work will help you in the long run.


Books that you should read for the RIMC Exam/Best Books for the RIMC Exam

The RIMC is a very difficult test. It is better to be ready for everything. The NCERT basic books for grades 7 and 8 are a must. For 8th grade math’s, the book by RD Sharma is a good recommendation

The English test has questions about writing, grammar, unknown sections, and letter writing. In addition to basic books on language and reading comprehension, it is best to look at question banks from the last 10 years.

The GK paper covers the science and social studies of 7th and 8th grade, as well as current events from those grades. Students must look at the question bank from the last 10 years and also keep themselves up to date on what’s going on in the world for at least the last year by reading newspapers and books about current events. Here are some books that can help you get ready for RIMC:

  • ICSE Class 10th Total English
  • R.D. Sharma’s “Mathematics for Grade 8”
  • Rao NDV Prasad’s “Wren & Martin High School English Grammar and Composition Book”
  • Oxford University Press’s Oxford Student Atlas for India, Competitive Exams Dr. Binay Karna’s General Knowledge
  • Reading the newspaper is a good way to improve your language and spelling.


Remember, consistency and discipline are key when creating a study plan. Stick to your schedule, adapt as needed, and stay focused on your goal. Good luck with your RIMC exam preparation!


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