Army clarifies on admission process in APS Srinagar
Srinagar: Reacting to a news report regarding admissions in Army Public School (APS) Srinagar, Army on Thursday clarified that Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) rule position clearly stipulates the percentage of civilian children who can be admitted in APS.
The parents of the students had on Tuesday appealed Chinar Corps Commander for admission of their children to class I in the APS.
The parents had demanded that all 57 civilian children studying in Chinar Saurya pre-school, Srinagar should have been admitted in class I and written test should have been conducted instead of a viva-voice.
“The admission to Class I for APS Srinagar have been done in accordance with the laid down guidelines. It is pertinent to mention that Test for admission were conducted and merit list was accordingly prepared. It is also informed that as per existing guidelines only viva-voice is applicable for lower class admissions,” the Army spokesman said.
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