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If you have keen interest and likes to teach students, than it is a right career choice for you. The first step would be to get enough marks to sit for the entrance exam for teaching courses. I think you need 50% minimum marks in graduation for all the good colleges. After graduation you can go for B.Ed. degree as most of the schools has made it compulsory to have B.Ed. degree for all the teachers. It is a 1-year course. After completing that you can apply in schools of your choice and pursue your career in teaching line.
All the best for your future....

Colleges offers Bsc in microbiology in kolkata are Lady Brabourne College, St. Paul's Cathedral Mission College, Gurudas college, Vijaygarh Jyotish Ray College, Bidhan Nagar College.

Career as a teacher in the field of microbiology is also a lucrative option.Apart from that you can also choose a career as Bacteriologists, Environmental Microbiologists, Food Microbiologists, Industrial Microbiologists, Medical Microbiologists, Mycologists, Protozoologists.

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.There are different courses for teaching at different levels If you want to teach at pre primary level one can opt for pre primary training. There are many polytechnic and vocational training centres which provide Pre Primary Training. The minimum eligibility remains XIIth pass. These teachers generally need a lot of patience and should be able to deal with kids.

For Primary Teachers – One can go for Diploma in Education or Bachelor in Education. To have effective teaching skills in primary class, one should be able to gel with young minds.

For Secondary and Senior Secondary. Teaching- One needs to have Bachelor of Education with Graduation which is called Trained Graduate Teachers and Bachelor of education with Post Graduation which is called Post Graduate Trained Teachers.Once you do B.ED after graduation you can start searching job . The other qualification increase your job chances.

For being a Lecturer in College or Universities- one needs to clear NET/ SLET exam after post graduation. NET is basically National Eligibility Test which is conducted by both UGC and CSIR. And State Level Test is conducted for the selection at state level.

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Hi Anita you are doing B.A. English and after completing it You can directly enroll for MBA(HR). Teaching is always a good option for you. You can also work as a content writer. Either you can work as a freelancer or work with the company itself. For doing MBA you can give the CAT which is considered as a valid score for admission in top MBA institutions across the country. If you get a CAT score of around 85% then you can get admissions to any of the good institutes. You have to concentrate on the CAT preparations. After completing MBA in HR you can directly join as a HR of any reputed companies. If you complete MBA from a good college which is recognised by UGC, AICTE & NAAC accredited, you will be paid good. But before taking admission please check the placement records and the average salary offered. You have a long way to go. Teaching would be another good profession for you. You can also become a lecturer after completing MBA. You have an ample career options. Best of luck.... ► Read more
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All the best for your result. You want to enter into service sector after your graduation. If you like teaching and want to pursue teaching as your career than you need to do B.ED. degree, as most of the schools accepts teachers with this degree only. For B.ED., you need to clear an exam. Once you are done with this you can submit your resumes to schools of your choice and preference. For career in banking sector also, you need to go through a course, which is done after clearing entrance exam for the same. Both the fields are promising and have never ending scope....
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Hi Mandeep,

I really appreciate your spirit that you know you lacked somewhere and want to start all again.
You need not worry it is only one year, more important is that you want to start afresh.
As you said that you are not interested in doing BA then I would say that you should not go for it. The most important thing that you should have to opt for a career is ‘Interest’ and also ‘Aptitude’.
If you think that you do not have interest in doing a BA then do not go for it instead I would say if you want to try for BBA then go for it again but this time with more determination and Hard Work.
You can also opt for a Psychometric Career Assessment that MeraCareerGuide Offers to take the right and informed decisions.

Best Wishes!
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Hey Surabhi,

First of all I would like to congratulate you for your performance in your 12th class.

As you said that you have many choices in front of you after your 12th and you are flexible to choose any of then I want you to ask it to yourself first as to what you want to do and where do you want to see yourself after 10 years down the line.

Both the courses i.e. B.Sc Physics and B.Tech are very different that basic difference being that one is a professional course whereas the other is not.

If you have more interest in being an engineer then you should do a B.Tech as getting a job after that will not be an issue and you can immediately start your job once you complete your B.Tech.

For being a lecturer as you said you would like to do a B.Sc Physics. But this will not be a sufficient degree to become a lecturer in a college or university. You will have to do MSc and then PhD and then later on you will also have to qualify the NET or the SET exam for becoming the same. Without these qualifications you will not be able to become a professor.

So, first of all as I said you will have to see what your long term goals are, where your interests lie and what your aptitude are and then do it accordingly.

You can also go for the Psychometric Career Assessment that MeraCareerGuide.com offers. It will help you take better and informed decisions.

Best Wishes!

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Hi Ankita,

If you want to become a lecturer then your MSc. IT degree is not sufficient alone and hence you will have to study further.

There are 2 ways of becoming a lecturer though for both you will have to do a PhD.

1. You can simply write the NET or SET exam once you clear the exam you become eligible to become a professor in a college if you qualify the NET or SET exam for Professor only. If you qualify the same exam for JRF and Professor you are also eligible to apply for PhD directly in various universities. Once you qualify the NET and SET - JRF and PhD exam you can teach in a college or university and can simultaneously do your PhD.

2. The next one is that you can apply for a PhD in various universities in colleges and then give your NET or SET exam along with it. The moment you clear these exams you can apply in colleges and universities as professor.

The 2 compulsory things for becoming a professor is a PhD and qualifying either NET or SET exam.

If you qualify the NET exam you become eligible to apply in any university/college throughout India for the post of Professor but if you qualify the SET exam then you become eligible only for applying in the university/college in that state only.

If you want to become a teacher in a school then for that you will have to do a B.Ed. with that you become eligible for the same.

You can write back if you have any further doubts.

Best Wishes!
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