Teaching a global career
Gone are the days when ladies took up teaching as an option to kill time. Changing your career in the mid, leaving a high profile job of a banker or a manager to take up teaching, just because there is no one to look after your kids is also a passé. Today in the global village opportunities are amass when it comes to being a teacher. There are lots of opportunities available in the field of teaching. Countries like US and UK always have requirement of qualified teachers. One can give tuitions to the students of these countries from the comforts of her home in India itself. If you wish to move abroad, you can be a full time teacher. In some countries you have to clear a qualifying test other than having a recognised B.Ed. degree from any UGC and NCTE approved university. Countries like Singapore and Malaysia or gulf countries like Dubai have CBSE affiliated schools. These schools are good pay masters. If a candidate is qualified (has a B.Ed. degree) and has command over her subject then she can get a six figure salary.
If you have a good command over English and find teaching to be an interesting career option, then you may pursue B.Ed. Today, we have seen many youngsters choosing teaching as a passion, not as a secondary option. There have been examples of couples, who are both teachers and they, plan to work in some foreign country. The schools provide free accommodation and education of kids. This way they are able to save most of their salaries. At the same time the kids are brought up in a better environment. So, if you thought B.Ed. is for only those ladies, who intend to take up a job in the neighboring school, think again. Teaching profession may prove to be game changer. You may earn more than an engineer does and that to by giving less numbers of hours to you job. This is the time of the year when B.Ed. admission begins. Some universities like GGSIP University and University of Delhi have B.Ed. eligibility test. There are very less number of B.Ed. colleges in delhi university. Those students who are unable to get admission in B.Ed. in DU look for options in Universities like MDU rohtak University or Chaudhary Ranbir Singh University, Jind. The university is about to begin its B.Ed admission process. Very soon the university is going to release b.ed application form. One needs to be a graduate with fifty percent marks to take admission in B.Ed. 2015. After the registration process the university releases the merit list of registered students. The merit is based on the marks scored in the qualifying exam. B.Ed. counseling is done based on that merit.