AWES Recruitment 2019 – Apply Online for 8000 TGT, PGT, PRT Posts: The Army Public School (APS) will be conducting Combined Selection Screening Examination 2019 to fill 8000 Vacancies in 137 Various Army Public Schools. The Army Public Schools are affiliated to CBSE through the Army Welfare Education Society (AWES). However, interested aspirants can apply to AWES Recruitment 2019 on this page through Online Link provided below. The last date to apply for AWES 8000 TGT PGT PRT Teacher Vacancy 2019 will be 22nd September 2019. Furthermore, check the APS Recruitment 2019-20 Notification @ www.awesindia.com. Read further sections to know more about Army School Recruitment 2019.
AWES Recruitment 2019-20
- Organization Name: Army Welfare Education Society (AWES)
- Name of the Post: TGT, PGT, PRT
- Number of Vacancies: 8,000
- Category: Army Jobs
- Job Location: All Over India
- Official Website: www.awesindia.com
APS Recruitment 2019-20
|Last Updated: 10th September 2019|
Army School Recruitment 2019
8000 TGT, PGT, PRT Vacancies
AWES Recruitment 2019 Important Dates
These are all the important dates to make a note for APS CBS Recruitment 2019.
AWES Vacancy 2019 Details
|Post Name||Number of Vacancies|
|PGT, TGT, PRT||8,000|
Army Public School Recruitment 2019 Eligibility Criteria – AWES Combined Selection Screening Examination 2019
|Army School Recruitment 2019 Educational/Professional Qualification|
Check the Official Notification for Other AWES TGT, PGT, PRT Recruitment 2019 Education Qualification details.
|AWES Vacancy 2019 Age limit|
The Age Limit for Sainik School Recruitment 2019 is as follows,
APS Recruitment 2019-20 Age Relaxation
AWES Teacher Recruitment 2019-20 – AWES TGT PGT TRT Jobs 2019
|AWES Recruitment 2019-20 Selection Process|
Selection Procedure for Army School Recruitment 2019 is given below
|AWES Teacher Salary Details|
Check the Official AWES Recruitment 2019-20 for PGT, TGT, PRT Posts Notification for more salary details.
|AWES Online Application Fee|
The APS Recruitment 2019-20 Exam Fee has to pay online.
How to Apply for Army Welfare Education Society Recruitment 2019
|Sarkari Naukri||Government Jobs|
|Sarkari Result||Employment News|
Army Public School Recruitment 2019 Notification – Important Links
|AWES Admit Card||Download|
|AWES Apply Online Link||Click Here|
|Previous Papers||Click Here|
|Official Website||Click Here|
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About Army Welfare Education Society
It was only when the Indian Army was born in its present form at the dawn of Indian independence that family life really took roots in India’s cantonments. Soldiers – Officers, Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs) and men alike were dependent on the existing educational system in the country for the education of their wards. As more and more families moved into our cantonments, the existing private schools slowly became unaffordable to soldiers. Even the Central Schools (Kendriya Vidyalaya) did not provide guaranteed admission to the children of soldiers who were frequently transferred from one station to another.
More about AWES
The schools, initially named as Army High schools, were later christened as Army Schools. All schools were redesignated as Army Public Schools on 01 Jul 2011. There are 137 Army Public Schools across cantonments and military stations in India, all following NCERT curriculum and affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi. The schools are administered by local formation commanders through the School Administration and Management Committees (SAMC). From a modest 20000 student population in 1987, APSs have grown to a mammoth system with a student’s strength of approximately 2.3 lac and 8500 teaching staff. On average 5000 students added every year.
1994 marks a milestone in the history of AWES. Late Gen BC Joshi, then COAS took a bold and far-reaching decision to venture into professional education by initially setting up one Engineering and Medical College each. Unfortunately, in his lifetime, he could only see the Army Institute of Technology (AIT), Pune to fruition. From that little seed sown in 1994, the College system has grown to 11 Colleges including the late General’s dream college – Army College of Medical Sciences (ACMS), Delhi Cantt which opened in 2008. The others include Hotel Management and Catering Technology, Management, Law, Dental Sciences, Education, Fashion Design and Nursing.