M.Com B.Ed / MBA B.Ed necessary for teaching jobs

These  are very complicated queries for what students run from post to pillar to get the right answers. The queries are -

  • Is it beneficial to do B.Ed after M.Com to get Teaching Jobs ?
  • Can I do B.Ed after MBA to enter the teaching department ?
  • Is B.Ed compulsory after M.Com to get jobs in schools and colleges ?
  • Can a candidate pursue B.Ed after MBA ?

These are the questions the answers of which we will provide in this blog.

First of all we talk about B.Ed after M.Com. Read the answer of the first question below -

Q. 1 Is it useful to do B.Ed after B.Com/ M.Com to get Teaching Jobs at school levels.? If not, what should I do ? Also tell me the process to obtain jobs in the colleges.

Reply -  There is no need to do B.Ed after M.Com. To teach to the Senior Classes, the aspirants must have M.Com + TET ( CTET or TET of the concerned state ). As far as the colleges are concerned, they must have cleared National Eligibility Test or possessed PhD.

Q. 2 B.Ed after MBA ? What is the scope ?

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Reply - Though you can do B.Ed after MBA, it is useless, wastage of time and money. You will not get any job in the schools. You will ruin your MBA/ career. If you have done MBA and wanna enter teaching job, think about UGC NET or higher studies ( PhD ). They will help you to enter the teaching jobs at college levels or institutions. So as per us, don't think about B.Ed after MBA.

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If you have more queries, you can put them in the comment box below. We will also welcome your suggestions/ opinions.

Note - After M.Com B.Ed or M.B.A B.Ed you can pursue M.Ed to go to educational institutes or you can become Educational Counselors.

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