What are the courses I need to study to become a college lecturer?
There is a misconception about college lecturer job, that B.Ed can land you a job. My answer is No. You need more than Bachelor's degree. The best way to become college lecturer is appearing in the teaching eligibility tests specialized for lecturers/Professors.Three exams that I would refer:CSIR NETUGC NETGATEUGC and CSIR are for Post graduates while GATE is for Engineering Graduates.Other State level Lectureship exams are:SLETApart from these, most of the private colleges recruit lecturers based on their merit and performance in interview held by the organization.For being lecturer in Medical colleges, you need to appear in PhD in medical s... view more
If you want to become a lecturer, you need to complete Bachelor’s degree in a particular subject, then you need to do Masters in that subject only. After your Masters, you can appear for UGC National Entrance Test or SET (State Entrance Test). The minimum eligibility for UGC NET is that the candidate should have completed Masters from a recognized university with 55% marks aggregate.
Once you clear the NET or SET exam, you can apply in various universities across India for Assistant professor or Junior Research Fellowship (JRF).
One needs to do Master's degree and Ph.D. Also, the person has to clear the UGC Net. The candidate should be ranking high both in Master's degree and NET. This will enable the candidate to take the position of a lecturer and later on after gaining experience he or she can be upgraded to the post of an assistant professor then promoted to professor.
Hello,Candidates who wants to go for teaching in colleges need to complete at least post graduation degree. the under graduate candidates are eligible to be a teacher or lecturer in school level. While to become a college lecturer you should complete the post graduation degree. There are some exams conducted by CBSE, UGC to select candidates for assistant professor or lectureship in college or Institutes.If you want to be a professor then you can apply for UGC NET, CSIR NET exam. If you are an engineer graduate you can apply for the GATE exam to be a lecturer in technical institutes.To know more in detail you can follow the Norms for the appo... view more
Hi,In often cases, the minimum education required to become a college professor is Master’s degree. A doctoral degree is surely required to work as a full-time Professor. You have to be well prepared to have an undergraduate degree in the area of your choice. You should select a graduate school for yourself, complete a Ph.D. program, conduct independent research, and start writing and publishing your articles.You can refer to the below courses:B.A. Early Childhood EducationB.A. Special EducationB.A. ScienceB.A. MathematicsPost-Baccalaureate Teacher PrepM.A. TeachingYou also may need to gain teaching and research experience as an assistant. ... view more
Dear aspirant, Glad to meet you. Candidates aspiring to become a Lecturer in India should pursue Ph.D. Courses from any of the top Ph.D. Colleges across the country. Admission to candidates aspiring to become Lecturers After 12th are usually done on the basis of Ph.D. Entrance Exams. A Ph.D. degree will help students work as Professors and Associate Professors. A Ph.D. degree will help in advancing to the Lecturer position in universities. Job positions are available in Central and State Government universities and private universities. Candidates aspiring to become a Lecturer after 12th can study in any stream at the 10+2 level. This must be... view more
My dear candidate, I'm glad to have you. Candidates who want to work as lecturers in India should enrol in Ph.D. programmes at one of the best Ph.D. Universities in the nation. After the 12th grade, individuals seeking admission as Lecturers are often evaluated based on their performance on Ph.D. entrance exams. Students can work as Professors and Associate Professors with a Ph.D. In universities, obtaining a Ph.D. will help you advance to the Lecturer post. Both private universities and universities run by the central and state governments offer employment opportunities.
Hello, To become a lecturer you must have to appear in entrance exams like UGC NET. There are also such exams like CSIR NET, GATE SLET, etc. But the UGC NET is one of the most famous among all these. The exam is conducted for 81 subjects in all over India. If you are interested to appear in this exam then it's essential to have complete master's degree with minimum 55% aggregate marks. Here you can check complete eligibility and terms to apply for the UGC NET Exam - https://mahawarravi036.wixsite.com/studentexamalert/single-post/What-is-the-eligibility-criteria-to-become-a-lecturer-in-India. The exam is conducted twice a year so you will get ... view more
To become a college lecturer, you must complete your Master's degree. After it, if you have above 55% average scores then you are able to give NET, SET, Ph.D and MPhil exam.
If you clear any of these ecams with a good ranking then you are eligible to get a job as a leturer in a college. Also, nowadays, SET and NET are better options as compared to Ph.D and M.Phil.
To become a lecturer, you will need to have the relevant degree for the subject you may wish to teach. You will need to have a Bachelor’s degree or above, Masters and Ph.D. However, a Ph.D is the main qualification you need to achieve to become a full-time lecturer.You will need the basic qualifications, which are:Level 3 Award in Education & Training.Level 4 Certificate in Education & Training.Level 5 Diploma in Education & Training.It will almost be impossible to become a lecturer without a Ph.D, even if you have degree, Masters, and qualifications. However, you will need to have the basic qualifications to start your Ph.D.If you want to ... view more
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