The Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) has released the AWES admit card 2022 on its official website awesindia.com today on February 10, 2022. All candidates who were eligible and had successfully registered can download their admit card via online means. Candidates must hurry as the AWES examination 2022 will be conducted on February 19 and 20, 2022.
AWES is conducting this recruitment procedure for hiring army school teachers. This will be a 3-stage process comprising of “Screening Examination”, “Interview” and “Evaluation of teaching and software skills”.
There’s a huge vacancy in the army teaching departments for the posts of Post Graduate Teacher (PGT), Trained Graduate Teacher (TGT), and Primary Teacher (PRT). A total of 8700 posts have been emptied in the previous years. These vacancies have been created in over 136 army public schools.
Steps to download AWES admit card 2022
AWES provides admit cards on the official website via the candidate portal. Candidates simply have to enter their details and download their admit cards. To ease this process, candidates can follow the below-mentioned steps.
Step 1. Go to the authority site of AWES, awesindia.com
Step 2. On the homepage and under the “What’s New” section, candidates can find a link for “AWES Teacher Admit Card 2022”. Click on this link.
Step 3. This will direct candidates to a new page where they can find the link for “APS Teacher Admit Card 2022” Click on it.
Step 4. An authentication page will open where candidates will be asked to enter their “Registration Number” and “Date of birth”. Enter these details and click on submit.
Step 5. The admit card will be displayed on the screen. Download this admit card and take at least 2 printouts of it.
AWES Examination Pattern 2022
The test will be conducted at 68 examination centers across the whole nation. To know more about the examination pattern, follow the section below.
- The examination will be held for a total of 200 marks.
- The Score will be normalized to 100 marks.
- Marks deducted for every wrong answer is ¼.
- The candidate must get at least 50% marks to get qualified in the examination.