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    Dream to become teacher so please guide how can I became teacher


    Wondering how can one achieve their dream of beocming a teacher? Confused which degree to pursue? Find suggestions from our experts here and decide what to study ahead.

    I need to build my Career in teaching field. I had completed diploma in primary education and Montessori education also and worked in one nursery school as teacher. Now I'm focusing on my career so I need to apply one degree to take forward. I'm interested to study B.Com and B.A human rights. So which degree I can pursue to study B.Ed in future. What can I do to become a teacher?
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  • You can study for any degree before you go for your B.Ed. BA or BSc or B Com or even B.Tech/B.E. Based on your graduation, you can decide the subjects that you can select in your B.Ed.
    You are interested in B.Com or BA, You can take any of the two and complete your graduation. After that, you have to attend an entrance test for B.Ed, Based on the rank you obtained in the entrance test you can select the B.Ed college.
    After completing your B.Ed, you can attend the Common Entrance test and once you are qualified in that you will get the teacher post in the government school. You can do BA even as a private candidate and then B Ed on distance mode while you work in any private school as a teacher.

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  • Many people like the teaching profession and there are many ways to become a teacher after acquiring the academic qualifications. One can become a teacher in primary school or high school or higher secondary school after the UG and B.Ed. combination. One can even become a lecturer in a college after the combination of necessary qualifications like PG, NET, and/or PhD. For teaching in a school B.Ed. is the main qualification that is given due consideration in selection process and it is necessary to do B.Ed. in the desired subject. Before that one has to go for UG in the appropriate subjects so that he can take corresponding subjects in ones B.Ed.

    B.Ed. is 2 years course and during this one learns many aspects of education from teaching point of view and proficiency in ones subject is also enhanced during the period. The course is generally in regular mode but some institutes offer correspondence course also. The eligibility of candidate for this course is that they should have at least a UG degree with at least 50% / 55% (depending on the institute) marks and if the candidate is PG then he should have secured at least 55% marks. Then only the candidate can apply for it either on merit basis or entrance test which depends on the institute as in which mode it admits the students in B.Ed.

    There are many subjects out of which one of the subjects can be selected by the candidate in B.Ed. for specialisation so that he can teach in that particular subject. These subjects are covered under the broad category that is Economics, Biological Sciences, Computer Science, Mathematics, Home Science, Science subjects, Political Science etc. You have to choose your specialisation subject out of that depending upon your interest. In your case you can opt for Economics also as mentioned by you in your query.

    In addition to your special subject you will be studying many other subjects which will help you in becoming a perfect teacher. These subjects are Basics in Education, Strengthening Language Proficiency, School Management, Schooling, Socialisation, and Identity, Guidance & Counselling, Computer Education, Developing Teacher Sensibilities, Child Psychology, Methodology of Teaching, Co-curricular activities in school and e-education, Education for Peace, Teacher Training Internships & Practicals, Understanding Teacher Learning Situations, and Environmental Studies.

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  • B.Ed is a must nowadays to become a teacher. Above all the teacher is not an ordinary person and a teacher can never be compared to any other profession or service. Dedication, real interest, involvement should be in a person to become a teacher. Grow such personalities in you besides paper qualification. I am seeing persons though B.Ed qualified are not brightening in the profession. To acquire this you can join in any small schools initially as a teacher and pursue the course also. Perseverance is a very important qualification to a teacher.

  • As you said that you already have experience in the field of education, then your idea of ??making a career in this subject is good. To become a teacher, just doing a course in a subject is not enough. For this, you also have to pass some special examinations. It depends on you which subject and which class you are most interested in teaching.

    To become a pre-school teacher, one year certificate or diploma in 'Nursery Teacher Training' ie 'NTT' is the minimum educational qualification. By the way, to become a teacher in a nursery, you need Montessori training. After this minimum educational qualification, you can become a teacher in these schools. As you have already taught in nursery, you are aware of this.

    You can also take a Bachelor of Education ie a B.Ed degree, which is considered a required degree. Also, to become a teacher at the primary and secondary level, you have to pass the Central Teacher Eligibility Test i.e. 'CTET'. If you want to enhance your qualification, you can also do M.Ed, Masters in Education (M.Ed.) by studying further. Doing this will be beneficial for your progress.

    To become a teacher in colleges and universities, you must have a degree, specializing in a preferred subject. You can also do M.Phil and Ph.D. in any further subject. According to your educational qualification, you will get a post here.

    From time to time, TGT and PGT examinations are conducted at the state level, these can be included after attaining a B.Ed degree. For this, you have to take a test of general knowledge with the consideration pursued in graduation, in which after getting good marks, you are eligible for an interview.

  • The teaching profession is a very noble and respectable job. Nowadays, many people having an aspiration for this field. To become a teacher, one has to go for a graduation degree in any discipline then you can apply for a B.Ed degree. As you know, B.ED is compulsory for a teaching job. As mentioned above you have already done a diploma in primary education which would help build your career. Besides, As per new norms, 'CTET' is a compulsory requirement and you have to qualify CTET for becoming a primary and secondary school teacher.
    Many state conduct TGT and PGT examination for teacher recruitment in which selection is done based on secured marks on written examination.

  • As long as one has the passion for teaching, can become a teacher. As per norms of the region, one has to get the required qualification and teaching permit registration. This is common for arts and science graduates.

    The good thing with Engineering degrees is - one need not go for a special program such as B.Ed. to take a teaching career. After your Engineering Degree, you can join as an Assistant Lecturer or at least as a Tutor and then apply for teaching permit.

    I have been in overseas since 1993 in the South East Asean Region countries, this is the practice people follow to become an academician.

  • If you are interested for the teaching profession, it is always better to be familiar with the child psychology so that you can handle them in a more effective way and hence a degree or a diploma would be helpful to you.
    The most sought after qualification providing you basics of Education is a B.Ed degree consisting of two years duration and if the same is procured with a reputed university with its UGC affiliation, your chances of getting a better employment in both primary schools and higher secondary schools would multiply. You may undertake two optional paper while writing the examination for B.Ed. It is not necessary to take up the same subject included in the graduation level.
    With your markings beyond 55 percent in aggregate in the final examination of B.Ed would help you in the final selection of the teacher provided you fare well in the oral.
    The other option could be to undertake the B.Ed course through the correspondence course imparted by IGNOU since following their course structure, you would receive a degree having wide acceptance in all the educational departments. While doing this course through their guidance you would imparted with a session of doubt removal to resolve your doubts.
    One thing to be added in this context is the selection of your subjects while doing your B.Ed, it is not necessary to choose the same subjects as opted by you in your graduation level rather choose the subjects of your passion at this stage. Even if you have your B.SC, you could choose even Geography in the current assignment.
    Since you are interested to persuade two courses simultaneously, opt for B.Com for your regular mode of studies and take up B.Ed from IGNOU from the distance course saving your time and the gain in that way will be meaningful.

  • Teaching is highly respectable and commendable profession in society and I salute to all teachers who are working hard to change the society. If you dream of becoming a teacher as home tutors and coaching tutors then no such degree is required but knowledge and interactive skills are must. But if you go for jobs then B.ed degree is must but some private schools are not concerning B ed but they also ask for post graduation courses generally PGT teachers. Moreover nowadays colleges are offering integrated courses which refers that with undergraduate course you can pursue B.ed and advantage of this course is that it can be completed withing 4 but if you go for undergraduate and Bed course separatelg then there you have to spend 5 years. Bed course also consists of internships in lats year where you are appointed at government schools so that you can develop practical knowledge with theoretical knowledge.


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