AWES Exam Pattern, Details and Insights
Established in 1983, Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) is managed by Indian Army to give proper education facilities to children of Indian Army Soldiers. AWES is conducted for the recruitment of Army School Teachers (PGT/TGT/PRT). The interested and eligible candidates can apply on the official website and fill the application form. The selection process consists of- Screening Exam, Personal Interview and Evaluation of Teaching Skills and Computer Proficiency. The screening test for PGT/TGT will have five sections- General Awareness, Mental Ability, English Comprehension, Educational Concepts or Methodology and Specific to Subject; and for PRT will have four sections- General Awareness, Mental Ability, English Comprehension and Educational Concepts & Methodology. To Prepare well, candidates are advised to attempt AWES Exam previous year question papers.
Eligibility Criteria | Exam Pattern | Syllabus | Take Free Mock Test
Eligibility for AWES
Nationality / Citizenship: The candidate must be an Indian Citizen.
Age of the candidate:
Minimum Age: Below 29 years
Maximum Age: Below 35 years
For PGT- Post Graduation degree in any discipline with 50% marks and B.Ed with 50% marks from a recognized University or its equivalent.
For TGT- Graduation degree in any discipline with 50% marks and B.Ed with 50% marks from a recognized University or its equivalent.
For PRT- Graduation degree in any discipline with 50% marks and B.Ed with 50% marks from a recognized University or its equivalent.
AWES: Exam pattern for PGT/TGT
.AWES: Exam pattern for PRT
Selection process: AWES
Countries & Capitals, Current Affairs – UP, National & International, Awards and Honours, General Science, Science & Technology, General Polity, International & National Organizations, Indian Economy, Sports, Abbreviations, Budget and Five Year Plans, Indian History, Indian National Movement, Books and Authors, Science – Inventions & Discoveries, Critical Days
Analogy, Classification, Series, Coding-Decoding, Blood Relations, Direction sense test, Logical Venn Diagrams, Alphabet test, Sitting Arrangements, Mathematical Operations, Arthematic Reasoning, Inserting Missing Characters, Number, Ranking and Time Sequence Test, Eligibility Test.
Verb, Preposition, adverb,subject verb agreement, Error Correction/ recognition, Tenses, Sentences rearrangement, Fill in the blanks with articles, Comprehension, Answering questions based on the unseen passage, Vocabulary, Synonyms and antonyms usage, vocabulary & grammar, Proficiency in the language.
Educational Concepts & Methodology
Teacher education and critical pedagogy, Materials development and syllabus design, Sociocultural Theory of language learning, Classroom Management.
Strategies-based instruction, English for Specific Purposes (ESP)/ English for Academic Purposes (EAP), Integrated language skills., Reflective language teaching, Needs Analysis, Technology and language teaching.
Preparation tips for AWES
You need to finish three sections of AWES Exam within 180 minutes, which means you need speed with accuracy in order to attempt 180 questions in total. The more you practice, the better chances you have of acing this exam.
Make mathematics and reasoning your strong subjects, practice questions to solve them within time to increase efficiency. You should lay emphasis not on mugging up the formulas but instead try understanding the concepts, so, you can modify the formulas according to the question requirement.
Remember negative marking is not a factor here. Therefore, try to attempt all the questions.
Manage your time properly; giveappropriate amount of time to each section. Try to improve your time by practicing as many online tests as possible. Youth4work provides online mock tests will time limit attached to each question; this way one can learn to finish the entire exam within the time limit.
Studying in a stretch for hours can be tedious and hard and also not so good. Therefore, try to study at several times in regular sessions during a day. This will make learning easy and fun, also you will have enough time to brush up the already studied topics in between intervals.
It is very important to maintain proper health, so you don’t fall sick on the big day. Give your brain appropriate time to refresh itself. Don’t rush too much information into your head than its limit allows. Take it slow and steady. And get at least eight hours of sleep each night.
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