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Teachers are responsible for educating the youth of our society, and helping them grow into capable human beings.


"The duties of a teacher are neither few nor small, but they elevate the mind and give energy to the character."

- Dorothea Dix

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Who is a Teacher?

A Teacher entails educating young people about subjects that form the fundamental basis of knowledge, and helping them utilize their potential to the fullest.

What is the scope of a career as a Teacher in India?

It is an important field in India, and has a lot of scope!

How many years will be required for the study of a Teacher?

Usually a bachelor’s degree in education would be required, as well as master’s in the same.

What subject will be best/suitable/relevant for a Teacher?

There are no specific subjects, but most would expect that the subjects you would like to teach would be suitable subjects.

What are the top universities in India to study Education?

  • Lady Shri Ram College

  • Kasturi Ram College

  • Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha

  • Delhi University

  • Jamia Millia Islamia University

What are the top universities out of India/Abroad to study Education?

  • Southern Utah University

  • Stanford University

  • University College Birmingham

  • Queen's University

Which skills Required to be a Teacher?

The most important skills include being highly observant, patient with students, the ability to impart your own knowledge in a simple manner to students.

Which type of personality is best for a Teacher?

Most child-specialists tend to be enthusiastic, eager to learn and patient. According to the Myers-Briggs Test Indicator, INFJs and ENFJs would be the most suitable for this role.

Which are the top/best companies offering jobs in Education?

Most simply work independently, or with educational institutions!

What are the pros & cons / Advantage & disadvantage of working as a Teacher?


  • Getting to interact with different kinds of people

  • Seeing the way you mold a student’s knowledge and life.

  • You get the summer’s off!


  • Known for having undeserving pay, depending on your status.

  • Can be confusing to deal with students who are far younger than you.

  • Having to deal with the expectations from parents as well.


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