CWAT - Combine Written Admission Test
Combine Written Admission Test (CWAT) is conducted by Army Welfare Education Society – AWES, for admission into Law, Dental Science, Education (B.Ed.), Hotel Management, Fashion Design, Engineering and many courses that come under Indian Army Institutes.
Admission Procedure and Exam Pattern
The candidate can obtain the prospectus and application form from the concerned institutes either by paying a necessary amount or by sending bank draft in favour of the institute where the applicant wants to apply and payable at the destination where the institution is situated. The candidate can also obtain the prospectus and application from HQs Command (AWES Cell) and HQ AWES (Army Welfare Education Scheme). To know more about the latest information please visit concerned institute website. Candidate may also refer the prospectus for detail information of respective colleges.
CWAT exam is divided into four categories. The exam is of objective type which consists of 150 objective types questions. The time limit is 3 hours. The medium of the test is English and there is no negative marking. CWAT comprises of following elements:
- Intelligence and Reasoning Test
- English Language Competency & Comprehension Test
- Education/Aptitude for Teaching Test
- General Awareness Test
The aspirants who fall into the following category are eligible to apply. However, the eligibility for each course differs from institute to institute. To know the latest information, aspirants have to refer prospectus of the respected institutes.
- Army personnel died during their service/killed in action/disabled in army
- MNS officer served in Army for at lest 10 years period as regular MNS, APS personnel on deputation and who have served minimum 10 years of service in army or who have been directly commissioned/recruited in APS and retired later on completing at least 10 years of embodied service.
- Dependent daughter/son of widows of army personnel who born of his/her mother’s first marriage and later their mother re-married a civilian.
- Retired or serving army personnel receipt of regular pension or SS Officers’ action in army at least 10 years of period.
- ADC/AMC officers currently serving with Air Force or Navy served in army at least 10 years of period must be members of AOBF
- Adopted wards of Army personnel who proved to be legally adopted for a minimum 5 years at the time of admission.
- Step daughter/son of army personnel who was bon out of the marriage but their one parent belonged to the army.
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