Please do note that as such, you are not qualified to teach in any B school. Even if it is a very ordinary B school, affiliated to any University, or a B school that is directly recognized by the AICTE, where the PGDM course is offered.
The only option available for you is to continue to work in some good industry and do the PGDM or MBA course part-time from a leading B school in your area. This should be a very good recognized B school.
You could also take some time off, and do a full time PGDM course from any of the IIMs. The best are IIMs that are situated at Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Kolkatta. Even then, you need at least five years of work experience, before you can gather all the skills to teach in any B school.
Furthermore, there are almost every single B school affiliated to any University, which wants a Phd degree in Management and also a pass in the UGC NET and the State SLET examination, the State where you live in. Make sure that you get this fine as quick as possible.
In the meanwhile, there are some B schools where they also offer the BBA course. If you evince some interest, you can be appointed as a part time Faculty Member in some subject like Operations Management. Of course, even here, please do note that you are still not qualified to be a Faculty Member.
Kindly note that the B school requires a minimum MBA and or doctorate qualification. You seem to be having a very wrong idea of what it takes to teach the MBA course. You may have experience, but the subjects that are there in the MBA course is totally different from your line of specialization. As such you can find a good slot in a technical institute run by companies like the TVS group or the Mahindra and Mahindra group. However, you need to immediately get the MBA and the doctorate degrees to be eligible to teach the MBA course, anywhere in the country.
All the very best.