To become a government teacher, first, you have to awaken your interest in teaching. Which will inspire you to become a teacher. After becoming a government teacher, you can make a good living.
Before we tell you the process of becoming a government teacher, we must tell you that – teaching is not just a profession of joining a school and giving a lecture to students, it is big responsibility towards the nation.
The students are the future of the nation, and one day the future of the country will be handed over to them. Teaching them properly and making them able to realize the pain of others should be the main goal of a good teacher.
A good teacher also understands the needs and aspirations of each student and tries to help them achieve success, without any prejudice or discrimination on grounds of caste, race, religion, gender, and economic or social status of the student.
How to Become a Government Teacher
Every year lakhs of people apply to become a government teacher in India and there are many such aspirants too but due to a lack of proper guidance, they are not able to move in this direction.
If such aspirants get proper guidance and direction, then they can also become government teachers. Today, through this post, we will learn how to become a government teacher step by step.
Learn Step by Step, how to Become a Government Teacher
To become a government or a private teacher, it is necessary that you know the way to become a government teacher.
First of all, it is necessary that you should know that you can become a government teacher by following these tips.
Today we will know through this post what are those courses by doing this you can become a government teacher.
You can become a government teacher after doing the following courses, which are as follows –
Step 1: Pass 12th (Intermediate) Exam
Intermediate is the first step on the path to becoming a government teacher. Under this, you need to choose which subject you are interested in studying.
Your selection will play an important role in your goal of becoming a teacher in the future.
Step 2: Take Graduation Course
It is mandatory for you to choose the course (BA, BSC, B.COM) under graduation on the basis of your 11th and 12th subjects.
If you have a science stream in the 11th and 12th then you should choose the BSC course.
Similarly, if there is Maths then B.COM Course and Art Subjects (Political Science, History, Economics etc.) then BA Course should be done.
While doing a graduation course, you must keep in mind that your subject combination is being formed like – Political science is related with history.
Step 3: Do a Post Graduation Course (only to become a teacher of higher education)
However, you can become a teacher by getting B.Ed or special education only with graduation.
But if you want to become a PGT Teacher, Lecturer or Professor it is mandatory for you to do Post Graduation.
If you have done graduation with BA then you should further do MA Course, B.Sc. MSC Course and if you have done B.Com then do M.COM Course.
Remember, do PG with related subjects of UG.
You should choose the subject of the UG, in which you are interested and have, comparatively, better commands than other subjects.
The subject should be one of the subjects of your graduation.
Step 4: Do B.Ed Course
If you want to become a government teacher it is mandatory for you to do B.Ed course.
It develops the skills of teaching in you. Under this, opportunities like Teaching, Training, or Real Teaching are provided to you.
B.Ed course is a course of 2 years duration. If you belong to the general category then with 50% marks and if you belong to a scheduled caste or tribe you must pass with 45% marks.
After doing this course, if you want, you can be appointed as a teacher in any private school.
Join any private school and gain your teaching experience.
Step 5: Clear CTET and TET Exams
CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) and TET (Teaching Eligibility Test) are the entrance exam of becoming a teacher.
After clearing these exams you become eligible for teacher recruitment examinations of KVS and NVS schools.
Both these exams are held in two parts. First exam and second exam. Its first exam is for teachers of classes 1 to 5.
The second examination is for the students who are interested in becoming a teacher of classes 6 to 8.
Step 6: Do D.El.Ed Course (as an alternative to B.Ed)
If you are thinking of becoming a teacher at the primary level, then you can do D.El.Ed course instead of B.Ed course.
This course is also of 2 years like B.Ed. In which work is done to enhance your teaching-related skills.
If you want to become a government teacher, then after doing this course you need to clear exams like CTET or TET.
After doing this course, you can do teaching-related work in Private Primary Schools also.
How to become a TGT Teacher
To become a TGT (Trained Graduate Teacher) teacher, you must have passed Graduation and B.Ed with 50% marks. Along with this, you also need to pass an exam like TET.
After becoming a TET teacher, you can become a teacher of classes 6 to 10.
How to become a PGT Teacher
To become a PGT (Post Graduation Teacher) teacher, it is mandatory to have B.Ed along with post-graduation (MA, MSC, M.COM).
If you are from a general category then it is mandatory to pass with 50% marks and if you are from SC or ST then it is mandatory to pass with 45% marks.
Along with this, it is mandatory for you to pass exams like CTET and TET to become a PGT government teacher. Which is the proof of the eligibility of the quality of the teacher.
After that you can become a government teacher by applying for the post of PGT Teacher and if you want you can join PGT Post in a private school also.
How to become a Professor
If you want to become a professor in a college, then it is mandatory for you to pass the NET exam after post-graduation.
You can do P.Hd. After doing all this, you should be appointed to the post of Assistant Professor in which you are paid a good salary.
After becoming an Assistant Professor, when you have experience. You will be made a professor with a promotion.
Along with this, looking forward to your contribution in the coming future. You are made the HOD (Head of Department) of that subject.
How to become a teacher? To become a government or private teacher, it is necessary that first of all, you get all the educational qualifications that help you to become a teacher Like – Graduation, Post Graduation, B.Ed, D.El.Ed and exams like CTET, TET.
Along with this, it is very important to have your interest, experience, and knowledge in that subject.
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