Everything about How to Become a Lecturer? Eligibility, Institutes, Salaries, Scope & Many More,



In this post I will be giving information or essential information to become a lecturer in India now becoming a lecturer could be quite challenging however the profession by itself is very rewarding and of course quite noble to become a lecturer you must obviously have a graduation in any field preferably in the subject that you want to teach you might have to clear with minimum 55 percent in your graduation and then you need to pursue a masters and specialize in the field of subject that you want to teach you will need to have a minimum of 55 percent of an advocate percentage in your masters as well after completing masters you could go on to passing the UGC/CSIR entrance exams which are held twice a year or you could start off teaching straightaway in any university in order to teach in premium universities and colleges like IITs and IITs, You have to have pass the UGC/CSIR net exams you might even have had to do your PhD or MPhil to become a professor for that matter, apart from these hard skills or qualifications you also need certain soft skills and strength to become a lecturer the first and most important of those are the communication skills a deep passion for teaching and learning ability to work with adolescents or young adults it could be quite challenging to work with teenagers or adolescents for that matter so you need to have a lot of patience as well you need to be able to solve complex problems and also have the ability to need and to empathize and connect well with your students you might also be better off having a some sense of humor because that helps is connecting well with the younger generation. once you qualified you could start off working as an assistant lecturer,


Assistant lecturer you could earn anywhere between sixteen thousand rupees per month to forty thousand rupees per month with experience and as a lecturer you could earn anywhere between thirty eight thousand rupees per month to sixty eight thousand rupees per month as a lecturer you would only work in universities and colleges you could also work in research institute coaching institutes and also offer part-time tuitions as well a lecturer is a very rewarding a noble career and something that leaves a lot of patience and hard work lecturers are quite respected all over the world and not just in India and there is a lot of crunch for lecturers or new lecturers at the moment in India and IIT is alone the vacancy rate is anywhere between twenty six percent to fifty seven percent so professionals in this particular carrier are very much in demand and have a bright future and do not forget if you are a fresher looking for similar opportunities do not forget to visit my website- www.mentorphysics.com, there are lot of free study material available,


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