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Why Join B.Ed. and How it is important?

If you want to become a perfect teacher and want to be a role model, first you need to achieve Bachelor of Education or B. Ed. It was introduced to teach a person about teaching and the various aspects associated with teaching. Once you complete the Bachelor of Education coaching or training, then you are awarded with a B. Ed degree. So if you have teaching qualities or want to be a teacher, then move forward and join a year's course on Bachelor of Education.

B. Ed degree is considered compulsory if you want to take teaching as your profession. Anyone can do Bachelor's degree whether you are an arts or a science graduate. B. Ed course has its own importance. After this degree, you become efficient in teaching subjects of your specialization on the basis of accepted principles of learning and teaching. It develops your skills and widens your understanding so that you can impart quality education and make you skilled in coming up with innovative teaching techniques. This course teaches you a lot and you become more competent in understanding psychological principles of growth and development. You can also learn to guide the children and counsel them in solving their personal and academic problems as there is a separate section for it which you can achieve.

B.Ed degree ensures a good teaching job and hence, the demand for qualified and trained teachers all over the country has made the students choose this degree. So what are you waiting for? If you want to be a perfect teacher, B. Ed degree is the pillar and compulsory too, to impart quality education & innovative teaching techniques.

The Basics

• One-year professional course to be pursued after graduation : "B.Ed is a professional course that prepares teachers for upper primary or middle level, secondary and senior secondary classes at the school level,” according to the National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE). It is usually a one-year course that can be pursued only after a Bachelor’s degree.

Eligibility :

  • Most of the institutions require the candidate to have secured a minimum of 50 per cent in graduation. One can also join B.Ed after doing Master’s degree.
  • Demand for B.Ed

  • Shortage of 1.2 million teachers: There is a shortage of about 1.2 million teachers at the primary and middle levels and about two lakh at secondary level (i.e. classes 9 and 10), according to official data, suggesting the huge demand for B.Ed and other teacher training courses. These shortages should be seen in the context of the Right to Education Act which lays down the teacher-pupil ratio of 1:30 and prescribes strict standards of recruitment of teachers.
  • Educational administration & Consulting: Today, a B.Ed degree can be matched to a variety of career options other than just school teaching, thanks to the fast changing economy. If you try, you may land a job at organisations that are engaged in educational administration, promotion, research, regulatory and consulting work, such as National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), State Councils of Educational Research and Training (SCERTs), National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA), Educational Consultants India (EdCIL), and UNICEF.
  • Private sector: The growth of commercial private sector in education, represented by companies like Educomp Solutions and Everonn Education, has expanded the choice of careers for B.Ed degree-holders.
  • Content writers & Counsellors: There are also employers who need academic content writers and academic counsellors. B.Ed degree-holders may also like to study further and become teacher educators themselves.
  • Recognition: B.Ed programme must be recognised by the NCTE otherwise it will not be considered valid for employment under the central and state governments or colleges, universities, and schools aided by them.
  • Benefits of getting Regular B.Ed. Degree either then Correspondence B.Ed. Degree?

  • . Duration for the Regular B.Ed. course is 1 year only. But if you choose Correspondence B.Ed. then you have to give 2 years.
  • For Regular B.Ed. you don't need to show any teaching experience. But if you choose Correspondence B.Ed. then you have to show at least 2 years teaching experience in any Recognized school.
  • Exam will be held 1 time in Regular B.Ed. so that you have to come 1 time only. But in Correspondence B.Ed. you have to give exam 2 times so that you have to come 2 times in University
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