How to Become a Teacher in India




The image of the teacher is very important in transforming little buds into blooming flowers through their care and nourishment. Teachers accept their students as a bud and put their all efforts and life to make them successful like a flower. A good teacher is like a candle, consumes ownself to light the way for others. They make their students feel at home in school.

Whether you are a pre-school teacher or a college professor, you need to have a combination of passion, patience and love rather than the combination of fear and rudeness.

Teaching is not only seen as a career but also a passion. If you are not passionate enough about gaining and imparting education, then you lose all the potential to be a perfect teacher. A teacher needs to understand the importance of not only the academic development of students he should also motivate students.

If you think you have what it takes, you must consider the qualities of a great teacher.
 

Levels of Career of Teaching:

In India, you can opt a career of teaching by choosing a level like after 12th, Graduation and Post-Graduation. At every level, different skills, abilities and qualifications are required. Let’s discuss each in detail.

1. Pre-Primary School Teacher:

Pre-Primary School Teachers is responsible for educating and caring for children of 3 to 5 years. They are the first who help them to live in the school environment and give them good habits. They engaged their young students to the elementary concepts of numbers, alphabets and basic moral ideas (like right and wrong) through the means of storytelling, colouring, painting, play games, singing, and other interesting mediums. They focus on them for the overall personality development of children and develop social and communication skills in them.

Pre-Primary School Teacher

Pre-Primary School Teacher

Course: You can opt either of the two courses – Nursery Teachers Training (NTT) for 1 year or Diploma in Early Childhood Education (D.E.C.Ed.) for 2 years after class 12th.

Eligiblity: Minimum 50% in 12th class or 45% in 12th class(For SC, ST, OBC or other reserved)

Institutes for NTT:

  1. Indira Gandhi Institute of Advanced Education, Delhi
  2. INDOSS Polytechnic for Women
  3. Mahatma Gandhi College of Education
  4. Raja Ram Mohan Roy Institute of Vocational Studies, Chandigarh
  5. IGNOU – Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi
  6. University of Delhi (DU)
  7. Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
  8. University of Mumbai, Mumbai
  9. National Academy of Teacher’s Training, New Delhi
  10. Ramakrishna Teachers Training Institute

Institutes for D.E.C.Ed:

  1. State Council of Educational Research and Training, Delhi
  2. University of Mumbai
  3. Bombay Teachers’ Training College, Mumbai

2. Primary School Teacher:

Pre-Primary School Teachers is responsible for educating and caring for children of 3 to 5 years. They are the first who help them to live in the school environment and give them good habits. They engaged their young students to the elementary concepts of numbers, alphabets and basic moral ideas (like right and wrong) through the means of storytelling, colouring, painting, play games, singing, and other interesting mediums. They focus on them for the overall personality development of children and develop social and communication skills in them.

Pre-Primary School Teacher


Primary School Teacher


Course: You can opt any one of the courses mentioned – Bachelors in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed) for 4 years or Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed) for 2 years, Elementary Teacher Education (ETE) for 2 years.

Eligiblity: Minimum 50% in 12th class or 45% in 12th class(For SC, ST, OBC or other reserved)

Institutes for B.El.Ed:

  1. Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi
  2. Gargi College, Delhi
  3. Bansidhar Mahavidyalaya, Uttar Pradesh
  4. Central Institute of Education, Delhi
  5. Aditi Mahavidyalaya,New Delhi
  6. Vidya Training Institute, Delhi
  7. Sai Training Institute, Delhi

Institutes for D.E.C.Ed:

  1. District Institute of Education and Training, Tura
  2. Primary Teachers Education College, Bhojpur

Institutes for ETE:

  1. District Institute of Education and Training, Meghalaya
  2. District Institute of Education Training, Bhopal
  3. Ramakrishna Teacher Training Institute, New Delhi

3. Secondary School Teacher:

Secondary School Teachers are known as TGTs (Trained Graduate Teachers) will be responsible for enhancing students in 6th to 10th class. As a Secondary School Teacher, they are responsible for shaping the attitudes and intellect of these fresh teenagers.They have to deliver lessons in subjects such as mathematics, social science, science and languages.

Pre-Primary School Teacher

Secondary School Teacher

Course: You can go for a Bachelor’s in Education (B.Ed) for 2 years after graduating from a teaching subject and obtained at least 50% marks in teaching subject.

Eligiblity: Graduate with minimum 50% marks.

Institutes for B.ED:

  1. Delhi University
  2. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi
  3. Banaras Hindu University
  4. Department of Education (Banasthali University)
  5. Kalinga University, Chattisgarh

4. Senior Secondary School Teacher:

Senior Secondary School Teacher is known as PGT (Post-Graduate Teachers) who teach a specific subject which has been completed their Master’s degree in. They teach students from 11th and 12th class. As a teacher, they have to lecture and discuss their subject with students in detail, organize workshops or seminars, prepare materials for class notes.

Course: You should have a Master degree in a teaching subject (non-professional, degree courses) and a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) degree. You can pursue post-graduation in any discipline.

Eligiblity: Graduate with minimum 50% marks.

Institutes for B.ED:

  1. Delhi University
  2. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi
  3. Banaras Hindu University
  4. Department of Education (Banasthali University)
  5. Kalinga University, Chattisgarh

5. Lecturer/ Professor:

Senior Secondary School Teacher is known as PGT (Post-Graduate Teachers) who teach a specific subject which has been completed their Master’s degree in. They teach students from 11th and 12th class. As a teacher, they have to lecture and discuss their subject with students in detail, organize workshops or seminars, prepare materials for class notes.

Pre-Primary School Teacher

Lecturer/Professor

Course: After completing a Master’s degree in your chosen field, you will have to appear for the UGC-NET examination.

Eligiblity: Candidates should secure at least 55 per cent aggregate marks in post-graduation.

Institutes for B.ED:

  1. Delhi University
  2. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi
  3. Banaras Hindu University
  4. Department of Education (Banasthali University)
  5. Kalinga University, Chattisgarh



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