Rising Demand for B.ED Candidates

B.ED is one of the most popular professional courses which train the candidates for teaching at the school level. You need to be a bachelor’s degree holder (with minimum 50 percent marks) for pursuing this course. The duration of the course is of one year. BED colleges in Bangalore offer specialized variants such as B.ED (special education in mental retardation) and B.ED (home science). Here in this post of mine I plan to throw some light on the increasing demand of trained teachers in the education sector.

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Last week I came across an article over internet that stated that in India, there is a shortage of  about two lakh teachers for handling classes 9 and 10 (secondary level) and about 1.2 million for handling middle as well as primary levels. This means that it is the right time for candidates to enroll in a prestigious B.ED. Educational institute as the course promises great prospects. In today’s fast changing economy, with a B.ED certification in your hand, you can explore a variety of career options in addition to school teaching.

If you are good at teaching and have the right set of skills then it is possible for you to get recruited in organizations that are associated with consulting and regulatory work, research, promotion, and educational administration. Some of the most reputed organizations are UNICEF, EDCIL (Educational Consultants India), NUEPA (National University of Educational Planning and Administration), SCERTs (State Councils of Educational Research and Training), and NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training).

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