Teaching is considered as one of the most respectful and dedicated profession since ages. A teacher is one of the most responsible people to shape up nation’s future through its proper guidance and knowledge.
Becoming a government teacher can be possible if a candidate has Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) degree and qualify TET at the same time.
Here we will come across some of the courses that can be necessary of you want to opt for teaching profession and eligibility criteria of TET.
Eligibility to Become a Government School Teacher
The minimum eligibility to become a government teacher is having Graduate degree in any of the disciplines. But, having a graduation degree is not enough for candidates to apply for teaching jobs until he/she has B.Ed, BTC, NTT or any degree mentioned below along with the graduation degree.
There are some courses that are necessary for candidates who want to pursue teaching as a profession.
Salary of a Government Teacher
What is TET/ STET?
Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) or State Teacher Eligibility Test (STET) is the first step to become a government teacher. Teacher eligibility test (TET) is mandatory and without qualifying it one cannot become a teacher in any government school. Candidates should start preparing for CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) and TET (Teacher Eligibility Test) after graduation or Post graduation because many private schools have also made TET mandatory for the selection process of teachers.
Eligibility Criteria of TET
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