The National Council Of Educational Research And Training (NCERT) has released the admit card for the recruitment exam of assistant headmasters and teachers in Demonstration Multipurpose Schools (DMS). Candidates who are appearing for the paper can download their admit cards from the official website, ncert.nic.in.
The NCERT DMS teacher recruitment exam will be conducted on July 30, this year. The NCERT said in a notice that “these posts are transferable amongst the constituent units of the Council located in Ajmer, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar and Mysore.
Vacancies and Eligibility Criteria:
Posts available: 69
Assistant headmaster- 2
Postgraduate teachers (PGT)- 14
Trained graduate teachers- 11
Primary teachers- 13
Work experience teachers- 29
Candidates will have to appear for a written examination followed by an interview. For post of assistant headmaster, candidates should be no younger than 35 and no older than 45. For PGT the upper age limit is 40 while for all other teacher posts the upper age limit is 35.
How to download NCERT DMS recruitment exam admit card 2017:
- Go to the official website for NCERT, ncert.nic.in
- Click on the announcement “Admit Card for the written examination for the post of AHM/PRT/PGT/TGT in Demonstration Multipurpose School (DMS)”.
- Enter your email ID, password, the captcha code in the provided space and press login button.
- Admit card will be displayed in the screen
- Download the admit card and take print out for further reference.
The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) is an autonomous organisation set up in 1961 by the Government of India to assist and advise the Central and State Governments on policies and programmes for qualitative improvement in school education. NCERT is an implementation agency for bilateral cultural exchange programmes with other countries in the field of school education. The NCERT also interacts and works in collaboration with the international organisations, visiting foreign delegations and offers various training facilities to educational personnel from developing countries.