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  • How to become a computer science teacher ?

    Planning to become a computer science teacher of join the banking field? Searching for detailed eligibility criteria regarding qualification for these jobs? check out this page where our ISC experts ave responded to your query.

    I have completed my BCA degree from a college affiliated to Bharathyar University. Now I have joined for MSc. Computer Science in the same college. Is there any chance of interruption for me if I am entering into teaching field or banking field with a cross degree?
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  • You are almost in the same stream so the question of crossing degrees does not arise. After completing your M.Sc. you have to qualify in NET (National Eligibility Test) before applying for lectureship in any college or university. If you have interest for research you can continue your academic pursuits and go for PhD and if you successfully complete it, your chances of getting lectureship increase and moreover you will also be out of the compulsion of qualifying in NET.

    Only thing that I can mention at this juncture is that the job condition in our country is very tight and there are many applicants for even a single post. In this scenario it is necessary that one has to work hard and bring oneself in the merit list of the college and then there are ample chances for getting campus recruitments or direct absorption by the industries especially where you take up project work.

    For making a career in banking, you need not to wait for completing M.Sc. as with your graduate qualifications itself you can very well apply for the IBPS combined exam for public sector banking services which is held in two parts - prelim and mains. If you prepare wholeheartedly for that as per the syllabus of the entrance exam, you can definitely get success in that. For private banks for each of them you have to apply separately.

    Knowledge is power.

  • BCA you have already completed and you are doing M Sc computer Science. Good. There is no problem. You can enter into teaching job after completing your M.Sc.
    A teaching job means you can be a school teacher or you can be a lecturer in a college or in a university. For a school teacher post, you have to go for B.Ed after completing your degree. Still, if you are interested you can do B Ed after M.Sc also. Many people are there who did their B.Ed after PG and joined as a teacher in a high school.
    If you want to be a lecturer you have to complete your M.Sc and then appear for the NET examination and you have to clear that. Then you can become a lecturer in a government college or private college with UGC scales. If you have not cleared your NET you can join as a lecturer in private college but they will pay you less salary,
    Another option is to go for Ph D after M.Sc. Once you complete your Ph D you can become a lecturer anywhere. But now the UGC is thinking of NET for PhDs also and it may be implemented anytime. As such you may have to write NET after your PhD also. So I suggest concentrate on NET now itself and clear it.
    Coming to Bank jobs, you need not wait till you complete your PG. Start now itself applying for those posts and start preparing well. You may get selected.
    All the best to you.

    always confident

  • Your BCA degree and afterwards a degree of post - graduate - M.Sc in Computer - science is the best combination and in no way, you have beyond your line.
    Now to have better career in the teaching line, you need to clear the NET test organised by CBSE and prior to it, ensure that the minimum aggregate marks in post - graduation is beyond 55 percent. After clearing the NET test you will be eligible for the post of Lecturership in a constituent college, though a formal interview will follow after the NET test enabling the experts to decide your place of posting apart from your other interests. Later, you can go in for the Doctorate - degree for your better prospects in the teaching line.
    While talking regarding your option to join a job in the Banking - sector, you can join as a Probationary- officers in both Public - sectors or the private ones provided you clear both written and oral tests included for the selection of the candidates.
    While looking the pattern for such tests, you must have sound concept in Mathematics such as Compound - interest, Percentage, Trigonometry, questions involving equations, your Reasoning skill and the basic rules of English - grammar. In addition to that you must be proficient in English so that a better clarity of your ideas would emerge before the Board of interview. Hence this needs a prudent planning. Certainly this can be achieved with a better guidance of a professional - institute. You need to be a serious minded while going through this preparation. Questions appearing in the Banking - examinations are not so tough but you need to answer the questions within a stipulated period so as to fetch impressive marks. In that direction, your professional institute may reveal valuable points to crack the test.

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