Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Teaching - A Noble Profession

Teaching is not only one of the most respectable profession but teachers are also responsible for molding the lives of their students. They not only educate students but also cultivate good habits in them and prepare them for development of the nation. There are many benefits of teaching career as you get many vacations, good salary, less working hours also job security. A teacher must possess qualities like he/she must be understanding, helpful, patient and calmly listening to their students.

Now a day’s demands for teachers, lecturers, professors etc have increased because many new colleges, universities and institutes have come up. Teachers can work both in public as well as private sectors. To become a teacher one can do courses like Diploma in education, Basic training certificate ,B.Ed courses etc and if one wants to peruse his career as a lecturer then he/she has to clear tests like NET,SET or a M.phill degree.


Candidates should have minimum of 55% in their graduation if they are appearing for lecturer jobs (50% for SC/ST candidates) and if candidates applying for primary teacher training should be 12th pass from any recognized university. Secondary and senior secondary teachers should have Bachelors of Education(B.Ed) degree and post graduate degree.

Teachers Training Institutes

  • Technical Teacher's Training Institute, Bhopal (TTTI)
  • National Institute of Technical Teachers' Training and Research (NITTTR), Chandigarh
  • A.S.P.P.T.T.I., Kollam
  • Al-Kateeb Nursery T.T.I, Bangalore, Karnataka
  • Asharafee Teacher Training Institute, Karnataka
  • Children Educational Society's TTI for Women, Karnataka
  • Dattatreya T.T.I., Karnataka
  • Dr.TMA Pai P.P.T.T.I., Kunjibettu, Udupi, Karnataka
  • Indian Association for Pre School Education, Dehradun, (Uttarkhand)
  • Kasturba P.P.T.T., Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
  • Nehru Smarak Vidya Kendra Nursery Teachers Training Institute, Bangalore


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