AEES Teacher Exam Centres 2023: Check Full List

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AEES Teacher Exam Centres

AEES Exam Centres List: AEES has published a list of the exam centres. This announcement was made after the exam’s teacher recruitment notification for 2023 was released. For this exam to be conducted, the list of exam centres will be reviewed by all the applicants for teacher recruitment.

In this blog, you will read about the AEES Teacher exam centres which the applicants will have to choose from. Before this, here is a quick preview of the exam which will provide you with all the necessary information.

Exam NameAEES Teacher Exam 
Full Name Conducting BodyAtomic Energy Education Society 
Name of the PostsTGT, PGT, PRT, Librarian
Exam LevelState Level
Mode of the ExamOnline
Official Website

AEES Teacher Exam Centres 

This list will come in handy at the time when the applicants will be filling out the application forms. From the list mentioned below, the candidates will be able to choose the exam centres. Here is the list of AEES teacher exam centres from which the candidates can choose.

Delhi DelhiDelhi
IndoreIndoreMadhya Pradesh
ChennaiChennaiTamil Nadu
KolkataKolkataWest Bengal
PrayagrajAllahabadUttar Pradesh
GuwahatiKamrup MetropolitanAssam
LucknowLucknowUttar Pradesh

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AEES Teacher Exam Pattern

The written exam will be the first round of the AEES PRT exam, and the skill test will be the second, according to the notification. Candidates must pass both of them by earning points above the required AEES PRT cut-off scores. Here is how both rounds will be conducted.

Writing Test

Writing a test is the first step in clearing this exam. All candidates are required to clear this round in order to move to the second round, i.e. skill test. 

  • Only the online format will be used for the AEES PRT exam.
  • One hundred questions will be on the test.
  • According to the scoring system, the correct response will receive one mark, while incorrect responses will not receive any deductions.
  • The exam’s questions will be based on the previously recommended NCERT curriculum.

Skill Test

The skill exam must be a qualification of some sort and must be administered on a “Go/No Go” basis. A test of teaching abilities using chalk and a board shall be administered. The candidates will be assigned a topic that is related to their field. 

Candidates must show the committee their aptitude for teaching. From the list of candidates who qualified for each post in the CBT, in order of merit, the following number of candidates will be summoned for the skill test.

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Medical Examination 

Only those applicants who are ultimately chosen for the position profile will have their health evaluated. A candidate must be in good physical and mental health and free from any physical conditions that would prevent them from performing their tasks effectively. 

A candidate who is found not to meet these standards after undergoing the medical examination that the competent authority may specify will not be appointed.


What is the AEES exam procedure?

To clear the AEES exam, the student must start by taking the written test which will then be followed by the skill test. These tests are conducted as part of the hiring process. To conclude, the candidate will then have to appear for a medical examination. 

Who qualifies for the AEES exam?

In order to qualify for the AEES exam, the candidate should have passed the senior/higher secondary school certificate examination, intermediate or its equivalent. The candidate should get at least 50 per cent marks. Apart from this, the aspirant should also have a diploma in Early Childhood Education (D.E.C.Ed) programme with a minimum duration of two years. The student can also pursue a Bachelor of Education. 

What is the official name of the AEES exam?

The official name for the AEES exam is Atomic Energy Education Society (AEES), an autonomous body within the Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India.

We hope this blog provided you with all the necessary information about AEES Teacher exam centres. This blog mentioned the list of exam centres from which the candidates can choose their centre and much more. 

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