As you have mentioned, English professor as one of your option. Not bad. But then why are you speaking or writing in Hindi. Start picking up the language right now to be a successful professor of English language. Another point here is, then you should opt for BA in English and follow it up with a MA in English. In this way you would graduate and be a masters in your subject in which you wish to be a teacher. After you clear your masters opt for NET / SET and then you would be eligible to be an Assistant professor.
In terms of your 2nd option, IIT coaching. I
Apart from cracking NET , you need to have a strong academic profile through out your education span. After bachelors you need to take up MA in English. To become a professor you can even go for a M Phill or a Phd Degree that will put you in the same rank as that of a NET qualified Professor.
Please go through this link to understand the exact eligibility of NET
All the Best !
Any Graduate with a minimum 50% score is eligible for a B.Ed course.
Since you are a computer graduate, you are eligible for a B.Ed course.
Wish you good luck...
I guess you would like to learn English more and fluency in speaking.Speak in English with your well-wishers.Also tell them to correct it wherever and whenever necessary.Don't feel shy in speaking even if you are wrong.
Read English newspaper daily,watch English news,keep practice in going through English dictionary etc.
Yes, 53% is a problem and I agree with Ms. Meghana too.
Having Distinction in B.Ed is a good achievement.
Doing M.Ed would not help you teach in senior colleges if you are not NET/SET cleared. With 53% you will not be eligible for appearing for NET / SET exam. If you belong to the reserved category, then 5% relaxation is available and you can appear for NET / SET.
I would suggest that you may think of teaching in junior colleges and schools with your current qualification of MA English and B.Ed.
After MA Economics, try clearing the SET or NET Exam. Since this is the minimum eligibility for teaching in senior colleges. And finally as said, a PhD will be a wonderful thing for your entire life.
English Honors is a good under graduate qualification. Congratulations if you have already passed or have taken admission or thinking for the same.
English Honors can give you good scope in Media, Journalism, Mass Communication, Foreign Language, etc.
I would recommend that after English Honors you should choose one of the below:
2. Mass Communication
3. Mass Media
4. Learn a foreign language which will lead to translation jobs
5. Editing jobs
6. Content Writing, Blog writing.
Doing a PG course in one of the above will lead you to good careers in terms of growth an
As discussed, Mass Communication and Journalism would be ideal where your English language proficiency will be helpful.
You can get jobs in Editorial department, advertising, proof reading, corporate communication, content writing, blog writing, reporting, news editing, news reporting, investigative journalism.
When you learn a language at an under graduate level, then definitely careers related to it are suggested.
Hope you wish to continue with English honours as the base for your future career selection and progress.
With English honours, you can do any of the following options apart from completing Masters in English. These are high paying as well as satisfying:
1. Mass Communication
2. Media Studies
4 . Advertising
5. Freelance Content Writing / Blog writing for companies
8. Literature studies leading to writing stories, plays, films, etc.
Communication skill plays a vital role in every field.Some people inherited it generation wise and family teachings.It is also a God gifted art.For example,our noble laureate Rabindranath Tagore was a brilliant personality who had all the best qualities in his field without going to even formal School and founded world famous institute - 'Shantiniketan'.
But certainly one has to make best efforts to learn,speak,analyse,participate in debate,discussion,critical thinking,understand psychology,writing flow,to earn knowledge in every field, careful observation capability,reading,delivery of
I find it very common sense question. However, I would like to help you clarify meaning of face to face BEd program. Face to face B.Ed program mean regular course where 80% attendance is must. BEd is also offered as correspondence course for those who have at-least two years of teaching experience. For NCTE recognized BEd course, please browse the link : . I encourage you to check UGC website for various regulations related to courses: http://www.ugc.ac.in/page/ugc-regulations.aspx
Hope this is helpful.
With Best Wishes,
Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD
As per the general rule for admission into B.Ed , the eligibility remains the same.
A graduate in any field with a minimum 50%.
The institute conducts an entrance exam which you need to clear before admission.
In this website, go to download prospectus ( Distance Mode) and check their eligibility there.
One piece of advise as a Counselor i would suggest is that do not opt for a distance mode when it comes to B.ED
Schools prefer regular or a full time B.ED
So before you apply for this distance education program, contact few schools in your area and check their eligibilit
Wow.... Planning on becoming an entrepreneur. Very good.
Any teachers training course is regulated by NCTE ( National council for Teachers education).
Please check this website for more details:
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck.......
Thanks for writing here. You can search for a job in Private as well as Government schools. Identify vacancy notifications from news paper advertisements, and your sources. Apply to schools where you want to work as a teacher.
Wish you all the best for your career,
Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD