Army public school APS Sunjuwan jobs recruitment 2019.

09 February, 2019 07:23 PM - Job Education - Jammu

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Army public school APS Sunjuwan jobs recruitment 2019. APS Sunjuwan invites applications for the following teaching staff for appointment on Contractual basis. APS Jobs Details 1. TGTs : (Eng, Hindi, Science & SST). Eligibility Graduate / Post Graduate with the subject and B.Ed with minimum 50% marks in each. CSB exam & CTET / State TET is mandatory. For TGT (SST), candidate should have studied atleast two subjects out of History, Pol Science, Sociology, Geography and Economics at graduate level. Post / subject applied for, should be as one of the teaching options at B.Ed level. 2. PRT (All Subjects) Eligibility Graduate with 2 years diploma in Elementary Education (D.E.Ed / B.Ed) with minimum 50% marks in each. Should have qualified in Part A of the Screening Exams (CSB) as well as qualified the CTET/State TET. The candidate who is qualified in B.Ed and not D.E.Ed would have to undergo a six months bridge course in Elementary Education from an institution recognized by the NCTE within two years of such appointment. Age criteria as on 01 Apr 2019 (a) For fresh candidates below 40 years, (b) For experienced candidates including ex-servicemen Below 57 years. Computer literacy and good communication skills are essential for all the categories. How to apply Apply on the application form available with the school website www.apssunjuwan.com. Last date of submission of form is 20 Feb 2019 . Application form duly filled will be submitted alongwith photocopy of all testimonials and bank draft of Rs 100.00 in favour of APS Sunjuwan Account from any nationalized bank by hand. Dates of interview for the short listed candidates will be intimated later through e-mail/telephonically.

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