I want to teach in a school, without doing B.Ed. Will I be recruited?

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Nowadays B.Ed has become mandatory in some schools, but that does not mean you will not be recruited in schools if you do not have a B.Ed qualification. Let's find out how you can sail through.

Teaching without B.ED

You can get a teaching job in private schools on a temporary basis which will give you teaching experience. However, even the private school administration prefers the one who has proof of his subject knowledge, which is related to B.Ed according to them. You might not be eligible for Government school jobs because to even fight for any government teacher job either you must have the B.Ed degree or any other degree equivalent to it.

The school management might hire you on the basis of your knowledge of the subject, teaching methodology, understanding of child psychology and ability to handle a classroom.

Is B.Ed an Added Bonus?

You have to bear this clearly in your mind that any extra qualification is always an advantage over those who do not possess it, so if possible you should try doing B.Ed from a private institution. But, that does not mean that those candidates are wiser who have B.Ed and should be given a teaching job.

In fact, teachers give many philosophical teaching jobs that can change one’s outlook on life. Their teachings are so inspirational that it can change both personal and professional life. Management should understand this and recruit those candidates who possess the ability to become a teacher.

raja
Published on 10-Jan-2019 12:23:45

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