Dedication to the Nation

Daggers Hall of fame

Amitabh Coomer (Tagore House, 1991)

Amitabh Coomer was the first Dagger to do his MBA from IIM’S Ahmedabad. Currently he is a Vice –president Bata india Limited, India.

Rahul Sud (Nehru House, 1991)

Rahul Sud is a producer , director, writer. He has directed more than 200 music videos and is well known in the music world for his direction skills.

Vikramjit Singh (Patel House, 1994)

Vikramjit Singh is the first Dagger to join the Civil Services as an IPS Officer. Currently , he is posted in New Delhi.

Kulraj Randhawa (Patel House, 1998)

Kulraj Randhawa is an Panjabi actress best known her role as "Kareena" in the popular TV series Kareena Kareena. In Bollywood she is remembered for her role in the Movie Yamla, Pagla , Deewana and has starred in many successful Panjabi movies.

Nikhil Naz (Patel House, 1998)

Experienced media professional and an award winning journalist with a Master’s degree in Marketing/Advertising/Communication Management. Skilled in Video production, Communication (TV- Print- Digital) & Business Development. Social media influencer certified by 'Klear'. Brains behind India's first literary festival on sports- SporTale.

Vidyut Jammwal (Tagore House, 1996)

Vidyut Jammwal is an Indian film actor who predominantly works in Hindi films. He is also a trained martial artist, having learned Kalaripayattu (a martial art of Kerala) since the age of three. He is popularly known as "The New Age Action Hero of Bollywood". He has also worked in Kollywood and Tollywood films.

Rannvijay Singh (Nehru House, 2000)

Rannvijay Singh is an Indian television host, film actor and presenter. He is best known for hosting the adventure reality TV show, MTV Roadies. He is based in Mumbai, India.

Harsimran Kaur (Patel House, 2004)

Harsimran Kaur is the first female Dagger to become a Judicial Officer.

Rigzin Dolkar (Nehru House, 2014)

Rigzin Dolkar, an alumna of the Army Public School, Dagshai, did the school fraternity proud by being part of a team which scaled the world’s highest peak — Mount Everest.

The team, which was the first ever all girls’ National Cadet Corps (NCC) team, was flagged off on March 9, 2016 by Minister of State for Defence Rao Inderjit Singh. It was a proud and exciting moment for Rigzin and other girls to summit the world’s highest peak.

National Heros

Major Udai Singh (Patel House, 1992)
(1974 - 2003)


Captain Uday Singh was tasked to launch his troops immediately by night on 1 July 2002 in Danti Forest, Jammu and Kashmir. At 1030hrs, the leading squad observed terrorist movement and immediately killed one terrorist. The remaining terrorist brought down a heavy volume of fire on the troops. Acting dynamically with utmost tenacity taking advantage of thick forest and restricted visibility, Capt. Uday Singh then moved along with his squad and closed on the terrorist under heavy volume of hostile fire.

He ruthlessly pursued single headedly with extreme courage and excellent marksmanship and tactical acumen under fire killing two more terrorists in close quarter combat. For displayed conspicuous bravery, exemplary leadership and raw courage, Captain Uday Singh was awarded Sena Medal (Gallantry).


Major Uday Singh had developed a comprehensive schedule to demolish the intelligence and logistics network being provided to the terrorist by the Over Ground Workers in the general area in Rajouri District of Jammu and Kashmir. The officer commenced operations by launching a search and destroy operation in the general area at 0300hrs on 29th November 2003.

The team physically reconnoitred the thickly forested area. At 1745hrs in the fading light, when the officer was leading his team to lay an ambush, the party suddenly came face to face with a group of terrorist who were approaching from higher ground at a close range of 10 meters. During the deadly fire fight that ensued, the officer sustained gunshot wound in the neck, while his buddy sustained multiple gunshot wounds. Displaying extraordinary courage, with utter disregard to personal safety, the officer continued to close in with the terrorists, killing one terrorist and wounding another. Major Uday Singh then helped extricating his fatally injured buddy before succumbing to his injuries.

He displayed indomitable courage and exemplary leadership in fighting the terrorist and making the supreme sacrifice.

Major Akshay Girish

Major Akshay Girish a brave solider was killed in September 2016, terrorist attack in Nagrota, Jammu, where terrorists disguised in police uniforms attacked an army unit located three km away from the Corps headquarters.

Major Akshay Girish Kumar, a soldier with the 51 Engineer Regiment of the Bengal Sappers, died during the operation to neutralise the terrorists.