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Asia's first Educational conference was held in the ground of the CHBS. Central Hindu Boys School was established in 1898 by Dr. Annie Besant. Ruler of the Indian Princely State of Benares State (Royal House of Benares) Prabhu Narayan Singh was instrumental in setting up the school and donated requisite land for the school.

It started as high school (from grade VI to X). Annie Besant originally intended to convert this school into a degree college and sought approval from Prayag Vishwavidyalaya (Allahabad University). The school also housed classes for Faculty of Arts, Banaras Hindu University and ran classes as loner for the Banaras Hindu University.

In 1914, on request of Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya, Besant handed over the college (then known as Central Hindu College) to Banaras Hindu University for establishing the university

Association with BHU

The school housed the first faculty (Faculty of Arts) of Banaras Hindu University till 1916. Banaras Hindu University was started on the campus of this school (with class rooms on loan) and functioned there till it relocated to its current location in 1916. In 1914 Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya requested Dr. Besant to hand over the school (then called Central Hindu College) to Banaras Hindu University. On 27 November 1915, the school was handed over to the university. The school became a constituent college of the Banaras Hindu University in October 1917 after the Government issued a notification. The Sayaji Rao Gaekwad Library, BHU was first housed in the Telang Library of the College in 1917.[6] Noted theosophist, George Arundale joined the school as a history teacher in 1917 and later became the head of the school.

Till 1976, Banaras Hindu University had been conducting High School (grade X) of the school. Senior High School (11th standard) was called Pre University Course (PUC) and later the same students could join Banaras Hindu University directly for their undergraduate courses. In 1976, the school adopted the 10+2 education system and got affiliated with CBSE. The school is a part of the Banaras Hindu University and is governed by its administration.

CHS Admission

Admission in the school is taken in class VI, IX and XI. Admission procedure in the above class starts from 1st April. Application forms for admission to above class are available in the month of April. Students are admitted to class VI, IX and XI through School Entrance Test (SET) conducted by B.H.U. in the month of May every year. Application forms for admission to the above classes are made available in the month of April.

CHS school admission form for 2017-18 session:

Admission in Class 1: Application form for the admission in class 1 at ‘Shri Ranveer Sanskrit Vidyalaya, Kamachha’ will be available online from 10th March 2017. You can download the application form from the website “www.bhu.ac.in” on 10th March onwards.

Date and time of submission of application form: 17 March 2017 to 27 March 2017 on any working days (11 am to 1 pm).

Date and time of lottery: 2nd April 2017 (Sunday- 8 am to 10 am)

Date of admission and time:

Main list: 3rd April 3017 (10 am to 1 pm)
Waiting list: 4th April (10 am to 12 noon)

Admission in Classes VI, IX and XI

Good news is here for all the students who were waitning for the admission in CHS. The online application for admission in CHS (Boys) and CHS (Girls) in classes VI, IX and XI will start from 17 of March 2017. Students will get admission in the CHS school on the basis of their ranks in the entrance exam.

Below is the details of dates of online application form availability, online admit card availability, entrance test, result declaration, and counselling/admission in CHS school:

  • Availability of online application form: 17 March 2017
  • Last date for online submission of application forms: 17 April 2017
  • Date of correction if any in online application form: 18 April 2017
  • Date of issuing of online admit card: 5 May, 2017 onward till the date of entrance test
  • Dates and time of entrance test:
    Class VI: 18 May 2017 (8 am to 10 am — 1st shift)
    Class IX: 19 May 2017 (8 am to 10 am — 1st shift)
    Class XI Biology: 19 May 2017 (3 pm to 5 pm — 2nd shift)
    Class XI Maths: 20 May 2017 (8 am to 10 am — 1st shift)
    Class XI Arts & Commerce: 20 May 2017 (3 pm to 5 pm — 2nd shift)
  • Tentative dates of SET-2017 result declaration: 15 June 2017
  • Dates of counselling/admission for external candidates:
    Class VI: 27 June 2017 (8 am to 12 noon)
    Class IX: 24 June 2017 (8 am to 12 noon)
    Class XI Maths: 20 June 2017 (8 am to 12 noon)
    Class XI Biology: 21 June 2017 (8 am to 12 noon)
    Class XI Arts & Commerce: 22 June 2017 (8 am to 12 noon)
    Class XI Paid Seats (only in CHBS): 23 June 2017 (8 am to 12 noon)

contact CHS

Central Hindu Boys School,
Telephone : 05422450549,05422450541
Fax :    05422450541
E-mail : [email protected]

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