NEET is the national level entrance test for medical courses admission.
NEET tests the medical career aspirant's knowledge on 12th science (PCB) subjects. To prepare for NEET exam, you need to be very well competent in PCB subjects till 12th level. I would suggest that enrolling yourself to a good NEET coaching class is recommended. In the coaching class, you will be benefitted by systematic study, practice and this will build your confidence to score high in the NEET exam. Self study can also be one, however a guide is necessary to check your progress and tell you how you shoul
There are different levels in the teaching field. Teacher, Lecturer, Professor, Academician, etc. All these levels have different eligibility norms.
By your question, it appears that you wish to become a Teacher. However I shall enlist the eligibility norms for all the above levels.
1. For becoming a primary or secondary school teacher, you should be a graduate and B.Ed. qualified candidate. Preferably all through English medium. After this, you can apply for school teacher jobs. The subject of specialisation can be of your choice.
2. For becoming a pre-primary teacher, you need
Since you have selected the Lecturers category to ask this question of yours, I suppose that you wish to become a Lecturer in colleges.
For this, you should be a minimum graduate and pass the Bachelors in Education (B.Ed) qualification. Preferably a Masters degree holder with B.Ed is preferred for college junior college teaching.
For teaching in senior colleges, you have to pass the National Eligibility Test (NET) or State Eligibility Test (SET) conducted by the UGC. For this you will have to a minimum Masters degree holder. With this eligibility, you can apply for full tim
I agree a job and preparing for GMAT is quite a task.
But tell me, will you be able to dedicate 24 hours, only to study and prepare for GMAT. A break is needed.You just cant keep studying all the time.
So best would be to prepare a schedule and work accordingly. Take reasonable breaks. BUt I would suggest, do not leave the job, as being outside and with different people and activities relaxes the mind. You need to learn to focus for the rest of the time you get.
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck...
There is no benefit studying 10 years of NET solved papers.
You should concentrate on studying 5 years NET solved papers.
You can purchase books for NET exam from the market and the books have solved question papers of atleast three years.
Can you tell me what education have you taken till now?
Motivational Speaker is a good career, but can be done according to me, only when you have lots to tell to people based on experiences, reading, imagination.
You yourself should be highly motivated to make others motivated.
Career as a Motivational Speaker according to me is best suited for a middle aged person with strong industry experience, self motivation, lots of positive energy, study of human psychology, etc.
There are very few Government colleges in each state as many of the colleges have acquired autonomous status. These colleges publish vacancies on the website in ‘career’ section and publish it through newspapers. You can apply for it and appear for interviews.
As Meghna has suggested, you may now join nearby engineering college. Pursuing ME/M.Tech. is highly recommended for growth.
The major requirement for being a lecturer is a masters degree followed by Net / SET exam.
You just need to now appear for the NET / SET exam, since you already have a masters degree in hand.
But please note, with your masters degree, you could join in as an Associate professor
Wish you good luck...
Hello Chanda Kumari,
Appearing for the SET/NET/JRF exams requires one to have completed post-graduate studies from a recognized university. So, have you completed your post-graduate degree course? If not then still you will be benefitted knowing the details beforehand about these national level eligibility test.
NET is a National Eligibility Test which is conducted at the national level by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) on behalf of the UGC (University Grant Commission). Thus UGC is a final authority and is responsible for all matters including guidelines related to the NET where
If you are a postgraduate, you need to clear the NET exam.
If you are a Ph.D, you qualify for a Professor's post. If not, the positions offered are Research Associate, Associate Professor or Asst. Professor. Candidates in process of doing a PhD are given preference.
One has to apply, as and when the positions are advertised in major newspapers, Employment News etc. Keep checking websites of Universities.