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November 22, 2020 4:41:28 pm
Army Public School Recruitment exam 2020: The Army Public School Recruitment exam for the posts of Post Graduate Teacher (PGT), Trained Graduate Teacher (TGT) and Primary Teacher (PRT) is being performed on November 21, 22 in all around the nation. The candidates who’ve appeared within the exams found the paper simple, nonetheless, they’ve complained of facing technical difficulties. The exam was of 180 marks, and in line with candidates a great try of 160 will be anticipated.
The indianexpress.com interacted with candidates of each the shifts of day 1, 2, together with lecturers, and the evaluation was on the idea of it.
Army Public School Recruitment exam 2020: Check paper evaluation
Sudeshna Mitra, who’ve appeared for PGT on November 21 (first shift) mentioned that the paper was fairly simple. “The questions from English, general awareness were quite easy, however, mental ability section was a bit tough for me. The questions on general awareness was mostly based on current affairs, covers the recent COVID-19 pandemic,” Sudeshna mentioned.
Another candidate, Shekhar Gupta who sat for TGT on second shift, mentioned that the questions on related matter had been requested . “The questions on English, general awareness were similar in nature, however, the paper was easy. I found general awareness a bit difficult. A good score of around 160 can be expected.”
Roy institutes, Kolkata, head Depdeep Sengupta mentioned that the paper this yr was reasonable, and the questions had been unexpectedly simple. “Questions on COVID-19 whether it is epidemic or pandemic, who was the author of ‘whether the mind is without fear’, what kind of pronoun was ‘these’ define the simplicity of the paper. Apart from repetitions and technical snag, the candidates were more or less happy with the exam. A good attempt of 160 to 170 can be expected.”
However, some candidates have complained of facing technical problems through the exam. Bikram Mondal who had its exam at MBC on-line exam centre, Rajarhat mentioned he was robotically logged out seven instances throughout exam. “Though the paper 1 of my PGT went off smoothly, but I along with other candidates in lab 2 faced severe technical problems on paper 2 as the server was slow, and was automatically logged out multiple times,” mentioned Bikram.
The candidates on day two additionally found the paper simple, and had been glad with the COVID-19 preparations on the exam centre.
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