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20th April 2014, 02:13 PM
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Is there better job in Teaching field after passing UPSC?


I want to do teaching job but in government sector.Is there a better job in teaching field after passing UPSC.




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24th April 2014, 07:31 PM
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Default Re: Is there better job in Teaching field after passing UPSC?

As you are now passed the UPSC ( union public service commission) and also you have been mentioned that you want to go in teaching line. Now I am going to do clear your confusion what you have mentioned that in the above forum so that you take a hope that you are getting a solution of your questions.


So that you will get the answers soon. You donít mentioned which sector you have passed in the examination of UPSC ( union public service commission ) because UPSC ( union public service commission ) conduct all the class two position job which is recruited by government of India to be recruited all the class two government.


If you have passed the UPSC ( union public service commission ) in the sector of educational ministry then you can go to the teaching line in the post of teacher in the respective government post which the government have appointed like which school you have UPSC ( union public service commission ) can appointed after your interview but if you donít passed B.ed degree then you donít get the teacher ship job by UPSC ( union public service commission ).




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