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23rd March 2020, 05:04 PM
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How to become a Mathematics Teacher after B.Com?


Hi, I have completed my B.Com with Psychology as my major. And, I wish to become a Mathematics Teacher. What should I do now? Which course to study? Do I also need to do B.Ed? Which subject should I opt in B.Ed?




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27th March 2020, 09:08 PM
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Default Re: How to become a Mathematics Teacher after B.Com?

Yes, you have to complete B.Ed. course of 2 years duration to become a government or private Mathematics teacher in schools.
If you wish to get admission in a good college for pursuing B.Ed., then you need to qualify NET exam.
Some of the following subject combinations are offered while taking admission for B.Ed. course.
  1. Science/Language
  2. Social study/Language
  3. Economics/Maths
  4. Fine Art /Language
  5. Music/Language
  6. Physical Science/Life Science
  7. Physical Science/Maths
  8. Computer Education/Maths
  9. Compter Education/Language
  10. Commerce/Economics




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