Army Public School Syllabus 2020 for PRT/TGT/PGT Vacancy

Army Public School Syllabus : Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) has released the notification to fill 8000 vacancies for PGT, TGT and PRT posts all over India. The eligible and interested candidates can apply online for the posts of PGT/TGT/PRT through the official website @www.aps-csb.inon or before 20th October 2020.The Exam is scheduled on 21st & 22nd November 2020.In order to crack the Army Public School 2020 Exam, you first need to go through the complete Army Public School Syllabus 2020 and focus on each & every topic which is repeatedly asked in the examination.

 The Army Public School syllabus of each subject is discussed in detail which will help the students to plan and strategize their preparation for the remaining days before the examination.

APS 2020 Exam Pattern:

The Selection Procedure of AWES 2020 Recruitment consists of three stages – Screening Exam, Interview and Evaluation of Teaching Skills & Computer Proficiency. The Screening Exam will be conducted online in the MCQ format. For details see the table below:

PGT/TGT Part A General Awareness, Mental Ability, English Comprehension, Educational Concepts and Methodology, Inclusive Education, IT 90 180 Mins
  Part B Subject Specific 90
PRT Part A General Awareness, Mental Ability, English Comprehension, Educational Concepts and Methodology, Inclusive Education, IT 90 90 Mins

• Scores will be normalized to 100.
• There will be negative marking of 1/4thmarksfor each wrong answer.
• Part A and Part B will be available together and the candidates have freedom to answer questions in the order in which they prefer.
• To qualify for a post, the candidate must score minimum 50 % marks in each part.
• Those PGT/TGT candidates who fail in Part B but pass Part A may opt to take a score card for PRT.

Army Public School Syllabus [Post wise]

Syllabus of Part A – For PGT/TGT/PRT:

1.General Awareness

General awareness is wast topic to cover in a limited time duration. In General Awareness questions are asked from different topics and some of them are mentioned here:

Sports, History, Culture, Geography, Economic scene, General Polity including Indian Constitution, General Science, Books and Authors, Current Affairs, Scientific Research, awards-National/International, Indian Languages, Script, Indian Economy, Inventions in the World, Capital, Everyday Science, Currency, Sports-Athlete, Zoology, Famous Days & Dates, Botany, Indian Politics, Important Financial & Economic News, Physics, Indian Parliament, Basic GK, Chemistry, and others.

2. Reasoning Section:-

In Reasoning section questions are asked from different topics which are as follows:

Alphabet test, Blood Relations, Coding-Decoding, Direction sense test, Missing Number series, Logical Venn Diagrams, Arithmetical Number Series, Number, Ranking and Time Sequence Test, Sitting Arrangements, spatial visualization, spatial orientation, problem-solving, Decision Making, statement conclusion, syllogistic reasoning.

3. English Comprehension:-

In English Comprehension section questions are asked from different topics which are as follows:

Unseen passage and question-based in the passage, Error Correction/ recognition, Fill in the blanks, Proficiency in the language Tests, Sentences rearrangement, Synonyms and antonyms usage, Question-Related to part of speech, Spelling Error, Tenses, Comprehension, Vocabulary, Preposition, Verb, Adverb, subject-verb agreement

4. Educational concept & Methodology:-

In Educational concept & Methodology section questions are asked from different topics which are as follows:

Theories and Principles of Education , Educational Psychology , Current Problems of Indian Education , Knowledge of RTE , School organization and administration, General methods of teaching , Educational Technology, Education, Evaluation and Measurement , Health and Physical Education, Lesson Planning , Knowledge of NCF.Teacher education and critical pedagogy, Technology and language teaching, Sociocultural Theory of language learning, Classroom Management, Critical perspective of the concept of knowledge or epistemology, Social mediation and cognitive negotiability, educational practice, Individual differences among learners, Language & Thought, Gender as a social construct understanding differences based on diversity of language, Strategies-based instruction, English for Specific Purposes (ESP)/ English for Academic Purposes (EAP), Materials development and syllabus design, Integrated/Reflective language skills, Needs Analysis.

5. Computer Skill:

Internet usage common terms used, word-power point-spreadsheet keys, usage drop down menus their application, Awareness of computer based technology and terminology.

Part – B (For TGT & PGT)
The questions of this section mainly ask from the subject prefrence of the candidate. The level of the question asked in this section is little bit higher than PART A.For better preparation rely on the graduation study materials and also the NCERT books should be refered.