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    What should i do after completing Teaching in B.A, PGDCA and M.Sc in CS?

    I have done B.A,PGDCA and MSc.(CS) in 2010.I amworking from past 3 years as counselor in a eucation institute as a counsellor.But now i want to change my job .I want to go in teaching line in school or colege .Pls tell me what should i do for that.....I am very much depressed about my career.I am from a middle class family pls suggest me something that will help me for my career...

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    RKKK is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Want to change my job

    If you want to teach in school than you should have completed Graduation and than should ahve done BED.

    This is the minimum qualificatiosn required for the Trained Graduate Teachers post
    For PGT -Post Graduate Teachers minimum educational qualifications is Post Graduation pass and BED

    Now if you want to teach in Colleges than you should have the below qualifications
    >> Post Graduation pass with minimum 55% marks
    and
    >> UGC NET qaulified in your Post Graduation subject

    NET exams are conducted by UGC twice each year
    Minimum educationalq ualificatiosn required to apply is Post graduation pass with minimum 55% marks

    Since you have done your Post Graduation in CS that is Computer Science you can appear in the subject Computer Applications
    Next NET exams would be held in december 2013

    Also i would suggest that you should prepare and appear in the the below exams:

    >> IBPS Regional Rural banks
    Forms are being filled right now
    Last date to apply is 25th July 2013
    You can apply through the website www.ibps.in

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