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MBA itself is supposed to be a good qualification for job hunting but whatever your compulsions or interest that you are now yearning for doing B.Ed. Any 10+2 qualified or graduate person can apply for B.Ed. and select subjects of his or her choice and after completing it can apply for teaching positions in various schools in our country. There should not be any difficulty on that aspect. Only thing is that one has to have at least 55% marks in one's 10+2 examination. One can also think of doing it through online or correspondence mode. There is no upper age limit for B.Ed. program.
After doing MBA in finance, you would not have any difficulty in doing B.Ed. and you can select the appropriate subjects out of the long list of combination and permutation of those subjects. Some colleges take entrance test for admission for B.Ed. while others go as per the merit of qualifying exam. If it is entrance exam then questions would be asked in General Knowledge, Verbal Aptitude, Teaching Aptitude, Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude etc. After completing B.Ed. one can apply for teaching position and then can rise to higher posts like principal etc. Some of the career and aspirational positions in this area are Teacher, Counsellor, Content Writer, Educational Researcher, Consultant, Principal etc.
As you are already MBA and if you have good marks in this PG degree then you can even think of other alternatives like qualifying NET test and then apply for lecturer ship in universities or degree colleges. Another option is go for PhD in your core area and then NET is not required for becoming eligible to apply for the lectureship.
Knowledge is power.