Graduation in any stream with minimum 50% marks in aggregate.
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About B.Ed. Course
Bachelor of Educationis the statutory and essential education requirement to work as a high school teacher in government schools and most private reputed schools. A B.Ed. degree is a coveted award for Bachelors who wish to compete for a vacancy in government schools across India. The B.Ed. course is governed by the National Council for Teacher Education which regulates B.Ed. subjects, B.Ed. qualification and B.Ed. eligibility. While a great number of institutions offer a B.Ed. course, the course work at Sanskriti has an edge over others from infrastructure standpoint.
B.Ed. Qualification & Eligibility
A Bachelors degree holder can pursue the B.Ed. course work. Since a B.Ed. degree is compulsory and minimum education to become a teacher, the B.Ed. eligibility bar is kept higher than an average Bachelors degree. It is ensured that only candidates who have duly completed a three year bachelor’s degree are able to get entry into the B.Ed. course.
The syllabus of B.Ed. course includes a variety of training methods and teaching methodologies. The candidates can choose the specialization in this course based on the discipline they have studied at graduation level. While students from the Arts/Humanities stream are trained to become teachers in subjects like History, Civics, Geography & regional/global languages, the students from Sciences stream are trained for teaching subjects like Physics, Chemistry etc.
After B.Ed. Course
Most B.Ed. degree holders are eligible to join a school as higher secondary teachers. B.Ed. degree is a popular asset in the jobs market and candidates usually end up taking well paid jobs at Government or Private Schools after B.Ed. course.
However a decent percentage of B.Ed. degree holders continue to advance their studies by pursue M Ed after completing B.Ed. degree. The next level of education after B.Ed. course is a doctorate course such as PhD.
Another popular option is to go for a job and simultaneously pursue M Ed/M Phil/PhD.