Teaching

Pursuing a course in the teaching field is one of the excellent career opportunities. It not only builds confidence in a person instead it is the safest career option in terms of job types. It is one of the respectable professions that one can think of. For teaching, you have to know the subjects for various classes that you want to teach. For private schools some sort of certification is also mandatory these days. You need to have specialization in art, physical education, dance, music, computers, yoga, etc. according to your teaching field. Teaching seems easy but is a difficult job at times. You have to have strong explaining and presentable skills. The qualities teachers possess are Ample knowledge and understanding of the subject, Good communication skills, Adaptability, Responsible, Dedication, Patience, Ability to motivate, Relevant work experience and Self-confident.

Courses offered for Teaching

TET Exam

 

B.Ed Exam

Physical education

 

CTET Exam

UGC NET Exam

HP TET

Exam

 

 

Teacher Eligibility Test ( TET )

Scoring in this entrance test will give you a government job. All rules and guidelines such as eligibility, syllabus, etc. are decided by NCTE only. Every state and central government organizes its TET exam every year. There are some of the states that conduct TET exam twice a year depending on the number of vacancies.

Bachelor of Education ( B.Ed)

This is an undergraduate level program which requires 2 years. The course is especially for students who wish to pursue a career in teaching and related fields. The exam is a skill-based training program that trains students about different aspects of classroom teaching. Not only are B.Ed. degree holders eligible for the teaching profession but also for working as educational writers for newspapers, journals, magazines, and websites.

Physical Education

Candidates who have an interest in sports, athletics and exercise can have a flourishing career in physical education course. If you opt for a physical education course, you’ll have a lot of career options such as working in a sports academy, sports goods manufacturing companies, health clubs and in areas of marketing. You can also become a commentator, sports trainer, sports journalist, physical training teacher in schools and colleges. Some of the courses you can pursue under physical education are a Certificate course on Physical Education, Diploma in Physical Education, Bachelor of Physical Education, Master of Physical Education.

Central Teacher Eligibility Test ( CTET)

The entrance test is organized by the central board of secondary education. The test is conduction all over the nation for the post of teaching. To get jobs in government schools, the candidate must qualify for the test. The test was introduced by the government of India with a motive to improve the education system of India so that every child must get the education. The eligibility required for the test is a bachelor's degree or diploma with 50% in their academics. 

University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC NET)

The entrance test is organized to select candidates for the post of assistant professor or Junior Research Fellowship. Before the test was organized by the central board of secondary education but now it is conducted by a national testing agency (NTA). The entrance test paper is divided into Paper I and Paper II. In Paper I, there are around 50 questions based on teaching or research aptitude, comprehension, divergent thinking, reasoning ability, and general awareness. In Paper II, there are 100 objective type questions based on the subject selected by the candidates.

Himachal Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (HP TET Exam)

This entrance test is conducted by the Himachal Pradesh board of secondary education. Through this entrance examination, skilled teachers are appointed for both private and government schools of the state. The entrance exam is conducted twice in a year most probably in June and November. By qualifying in this exam candidates will be eligible for TGT, JBT and LT posts.



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