Army Public School Teachers Recruitment Test Pattern & Syllabus 2015

apsArmy Public School Teachers Recruitment Test Pattern & Syllabus 2015:
Army Public School recruitment of 7000 PGT, TGT and PRT vacancies notification released by Army Welfare Education Society (AWES). Screening Exam, conducted on the first Sunday of December every year, for vacancies that will arise during the ensuing academic year. This test conducted in online mode by HQ AWES centrally to ensure the uniform quality of teachers in all Army Public Schools. Screening Test pattern and syllabus are mentioned below.

Screening Test Date: 6th December 2015

Screening Test Pattern and Syllabus:
Test will be conducted ON-LINE in the Multiple Choice Questions(MCQ) format. The Paper contains two sections namely Part-A, Part-B. Both section papers will be available together and the candidates have freedom to answer questions in the order in which they prefer. There will be no negative marking for this screening test.

Post Name Paper Duration of exam Marks
PGT/TGT Part – A 3 hours 90
Part – B 90
PRT Part A 1 hour 30 minutes 90

Scores will be normalized to 100 marks. Candidates have to qualify the screening test with minimum 50 % marks in each part to participate in further recruitment process.

Part – A: This paper is same of all PGT,TGT and  PRT Posts. The section contains objective type questions.

  • General awareness
  • Mental Ability
  • English Comprehension
  • Educational Concepts
  • Methodology

Part- B: This section consist of specific subject questions (English/Hindi/Sanskrit/ History/Geography/Economics /Political Science/Mathematics/Physics/Chemistry/Biology/Biotechnology/Psychology/Commerce/Computer Science/Informatics/Home Science/Physical Education).

Registered Candidates can download previous year question papers from APS website, 

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