For Dependants of Army Personnel
Common Written Admission Test
The Combined Written Admission Test (CWAT) 2013 for admission to the B Ed course offered by the both colleges AIE and ACE will be held on Sunday, 28 April 2013 from 0930 hrs to 1230 hrs at 15 notified examination centers in India. The candidates will be required to report at their respective examination centers at 0900 hrs i.e. at least half an hour before the commencement of the CWAT.
CWAT will be organized at the following centers at the examination venues to be notified to the candidates:-
Candidates will be asked to fill their choice for the examination center they wish to appear for the CWAT. As far as possible, the examination centers will be allotted to the candidates as per their first / second choice. However, in the event of minimum no of candidates not being available at a particular center, the organizers have a right to allot any other center to the candidate. In such a case, attempt will be made to allot the examination center closer to the candidate’s first / second choice. However, the test center once allotted will be final and no request for its change will be entertained.
CWAT will consist of 150 objective type test items to be responded to by the candidates in the allocated duration of 3 hrs. The test will have the following components:-
(a) Intelligence and Reasoning Test.The medium of the test shall be English only.
No negative marking will be done.
Merit lists for the three
institutions will be prepared on the basis of the candidates’ performance in
the CWAT as given below. In deciding about the inter-se-merit, the tie if any,
will be resolved in the following order of priority:-
after applying (a) above, there is yet a tie; then candidates securing higher
marks in Language Competency and Comprehension Test Component in the CWAT will
after applying (b) above, the tie persists; then the candidates securing higher
marks in the qualifying examination will rank higher.
Based on the candidates’
performance in CWAT separate merit lists will be drawn for the three
institutions. Candidates will be considered for admission only to the
institution(s) for which they have filled the prescribed application. Candidates
applying for more than one institution will be considered for allotment to the
respective institutions as per the priority of choice indicated by them in their
application and as per their position in the merit list. For example, if as per
his / her performance in CWAT, a common applicant gets the institution of his /
her first choice then he / she will not be considered for a seat in the
institution of his / her second or third choice. Similarly, if a common
applicant gets his / her second choice then he / she will not be considered for
a seat in the institution of his / her third choice. But a common candidate who
gets his lower priority choice will be considered for a place in the waiting
list in the institution of his / her higher priority choice as per his / her
Priority of choice for the
three institutions should be indicated carefully in the application form as the
choice once indicated would neither be revised nor changed at a later stage.
Candidates desirous of applying
to more than one institution are advised to indicate the same priority of their
choice of the institution in their respective application forms submitted by
them for the purpose In case of any discrepancy in priority of choice is found
in the application forms submitted by a candidate, the decision of the examining
body will be final and binding. No candidate will be considered for a seat
in the institution for which he / she has not submitted the corresponding