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    Government PGT Teaching job after B.Tech. civil engineering


    Aspiring to take up a teaching job in a government school? Looking out for career related advice on this site? Then you may count on our experts to provide suggestions to move ahead.

    I have done B.tech. civil engineering.
    I want to teach in Kendriya Vidyala or other government schools.
    What are the requirements to fulfill to be a teacher in schools?
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  • To become a teacher you have to have a graduation or 12th class or Post-graduation qualification. After that, you have to get a training qualification. Secondary grade training or B.Ed or M.Ed.
    A person with 12th class qualification should do secondary grade training. After graduation or post-graduation you have to complete B.Ed course. After B.Ed you can do M.Ed. With graduation and B.Ed, you will be eligible for the graduate teacher posts. With Post Graduation qualification and B.Ed, you will be eligible for PG Teacher. M.Ed qualified candidates will be suitable for teaching Secondary grade and B.Ed students,
    Earlier B.Tech students are not allowed to do B.Ed. But the central government has given permission for B.Tech graduates also to do B.Ed. But some states still not allowing B.Ed for B.Tech graduates,
    You can do M.Tech after B.Tech. The course is for 2 years. Once you finish your M.Tech you can join as a lecturer in any engineering private college. While working there you can write the NET examination for getting qualified for a lecturer post in any government college. While working as a lecturer you can do PhD also.

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  • To become a teacher in Kendriya Vidyalaya or some Govt school one has to have specific qualifications and qualifications in some subjects depending on the teaching vacancy in a particular subject. Let us go in more detail about it.

    For becoming a primary teacher, one has to -
    Qualify in Senior Secondary (10+2) with at least 50% marks and 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education.
    OR
    The candidate should have at least 50% marks in Senior Secondary and 4-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.EI.Ed.).
    OR
    50% marks in Senior Secondary and 2-year Diploma in Education (Special Education).
    OR
    Graduation with at least 50% marks and Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.).

    For the posts of trained graduate teachers (TGT) -
    The candidates should have a B.Ed. degree and also a graduation degree in the concerned subjects with at least 50% marks in the subjects as well as aggregate.

    For becoming post graduate teachers (PGT) -
    The candidate should have a Post Graduate degree in the concerned subject with at least 50% marks.

    With your existing qualification you can only try in the PGT category for the subject 'Computer Science' for which the eligibility is as under. You can go through it and try to obtain some additional qualifications in the related areas for becoming eligible.
    Eligibility for PGT - Computer Science:
    B.E or B.Tech (Computer Science/ IT) with at least 50% marks in aggregate from a recognised University/Institute.
    OR
    B.E or B.Tech (any stream) and a recognised Post Graduate Diploma in Computers.
    OR
    M.Sc. (Computer Science)/MCA or Equivalent.
    OR
    B.Sc. (Computer Science)/BCA or Equivalent and Post Graduate degree in computer science.
    OR
    Post Graduate Diploma in Computer and Post Graduate degree in any subject from a recognised University.
    OR
    `B' Level from 'DOEACC' and Post Graduate degree in any subject
    OR
    `C' Level from `DOEACC' Ministry of Information and Communication Technology and Graduation.

    Please go through the above eligibility points and see if you can do some course like that in this computer science line and then become eligible for the PGT teaching positions.

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  • If you are really interested to have a career of a school teacher in a Kendriya Vidyalay after acquiring your B.Tech in Civil Engineering, this is definitely achievable provided you have the passion for the teaching career.
    Teaching profession is the most ideal for those who really want to contribute something to the society by way of enlightening the lives of the student community. We need to breakup the stereotype of present education system with our technical skills and for a teacher use also imbibe moral values.
    However, you will have to face some struggles where you will have to undergo a regular course of B.Ed from a recognised university consuming additional three years so as to make entry as a school teacher in a central school. This can be best managed by your prudent approach by taking up a degree of B.Ed from IGNOU and at the same time seek a chance in some secondary school to teach the pupils with the emoluments sanctioned by the school committee. In that way, you will acquire both experience and persuasion of your B.Ed course which is at par with degree courses offered by the regular universities.
    Shortest rout to achieve the post of a teacher in a secondary school is to pursue a postgraduate diploma in computer and in that way, you might be placed as a computer teacher provided you fulfil the minimum 50 % marks in your qualifying examination.
    Considering the relevant experience and qualifications needed for the teachers, you will kill your precious timing which could be otherwise fruitfully devoted to the career of lecturer ship in an engineering college by simply qualifying your NET test conducted by CBSE. This rout could save your time in attaining a gainful employment with even matching emoluments in your case.


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