AWES Recruitment 2017-18
AWES Recruitment 2017-18 – 8000 Vacancies: Army Welfare Education Society has released the latest employment notification for AWES Recruitment 2017-18. According to this, it’s recruiting the interested and eligible candidates for PGT, TGT, PRT posts. The last date to apply for AWES Recruitment 2017-18 is 21st December 2017. Hence, applicants should start applying for AWES Recruitment 2017-18 and also you can grab more details awesindia.com. Moreover, the aspirants can get the eligibility criteria, how to apply, selection process and other details on this site. Therefore, read the following sections for more detailed information of AWES Recruitment 2017-18.
AWES Recruitment 2017-18 Notification Details
|Name of the Society||Army Welfare Education Society|
|Name of the Posts||PGT, TGT, PRT|
|No. of Vacancies||8000Vacancies|
|Starting Date||1st December 2017|
|Last Date||21st December 2017|
AWES Vacancy 2017-18 | awesindia.com
|Name of Post||No of Vacancy|
|PGT, TGT, PRT Teachers||8000|
AWES Recruitment 2017-18 Eligibility Criteria
Candidates who are willing to apply for the AWES Recruitment 2017-18 have to meet the eligibility criteria as per the AWES Recruitment 2017-18. Aspirants can find all details like Age Limit and Educational Qualification in the following sections.
AWES Recruitment 2017-18 Educational Qualification:
Before applying for the above posts, knowing the educational qualification is very important. The organization expects only applications from the eligible candidates. So it is of importance to look into the educational qualification details in the following sections.
Post Graduate Teacher (PGT): The candidate should have passed Post Graduation with 50% marks and B.Ed wit 50% minimum.
TGT: The candidate should have passed Graduation with 50% marks and B.Ed wit 50% minimum.
PRT: The candidate should have passed Graduation with 50% marks and B.Ed wit 50% minimum.
AWES Recruitment 2017-18 Age Limit:
Applicants are advised to be aware of the age criteria before applying for the above posts. No candidate is allowed without the meeting the minimum age mentioned. You can as well refer the official notification for age relaxation details for reserved categories.
- Minimum age limit: 29 years
- Maximum age limit: 40 years
- Maximum age limit: 57 years
AWES Recruitment 2017-18 Selection Process:
The candidates are hired based on their performance in the following rounds. Only when they qualify in the first round, they are allowing to attend the next consequent rounds.
- Screening Test
- Main Exam
- Evaluation of Teaching Skills and Computer Proficiency
AWES Recruitment 2017-18 Written Exam Pattern
|Post||Paper||Contents||Duration||Marks||Type of Question|
|PGT/ TGT||Part A||General awareness,Mental|
Comprehension,Educational Concepts and Methodology
|Part B||Specific to Subject||90||Objective|
|PRT||Part A||Same as Part A for PGT/TGT||1 hour 30 min||90||Objective|
AWES Recruitment 2017-18 Application fee:
Application fees may be applicable to the above posts. Candidates have to pay online or either through the process mentioned in the official notification. So, it is advisable to read the following details to know more.
- Rs 500/-
AWES Recruitment 2017-18 Pay Scale:
The candidates are paid well as per the norms of the Government.
- Refer the official notification attached below for further details.
How to apply for AWES Recruitment 2017-18
- The applicants must log on to the official web portal of Army Welfare Education Society www.awesindia.com.
- Click on the notification related to the Army Welfare Education Society details.
- Read the advertisement to know the eligibility carefully.
- Fill the information in the AWES Online Application Form without any error.
- Next, you need to upload all the scanned copies of required certificates/ documents along with photos and signature.
- Finally, click on the submit key after verifying the details that you enter.
- At last, take the printout for future use.
AWES Recruitment 2017-18 Important Dates:
|Starting date to apply online||1st December 2017|
|Last date to apply online||21st December 2017|
|Available of Admit Card||5th January 2018|
|Date of Results||27th January 2018|
|Date of Exam||15-17th January 2018|
AWES Recruitment 2017-18 Important Links:
|Official notification||Click Here|
|Apply Online||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. Solders – Officers, Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs) and men alike were dependent on the existing educational system in the country for 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 School Administration and Management Committees (SAMC). From a modest 20000 students population in 1987, APSs have grown to a mammoth systems with a students strength of approximately 2.3 lac and 8500 teaching staff. On an 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 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.