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How do i make career in the Teaching Field in Colleges and Universities?

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Hi, teaching is a noble profession from the last decades. As you wanted to become an assistant professor you must have graduation degree in education. The Candidates need to clear national or state level test after the graduation which are conducted for the teaching and lectureship. If you are interested to become a lecturer in university you may apply for the UGC NET Examination- https://www.eduncle.com/cbse-ugc-net-exam. It is a national level test held for the determination of the candidates for assistant professor posts in universities or colleges or to pursue the PhD and for JRF award. The candidates who have completed master's degree are eligible for the NET exam, and there is no age limit criteria to apply for the UGC NET lectureship. amish J.
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Lovekesh’s Answer

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Most of government colleges and universities require both a Masters degree as well as UGC qualification to help you get a job.

For private universities or a college, sometimes they may not have a mandatory requirement of UGC qualification and only a Master's degree may be sufficient.

One plus point is - if you also have industry experience, it can be an added advantage.

And last but not the least, it is important that you are an active member of few research organisations (e.g. IEEE) and actively contributing in these forums.

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Whitney’s Answer

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Most universities require at least a masters degree in the desired teaching field to be an adjunct professor. To be a tenured professor at a university you must posses a PhD in that field.

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Sharan’s Answer

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Universities generally expect you to have a masters. Mtech/MBA/MCA etc. Considering that you are looking for technical career in Colleges, M.Tech/MCA would be very useful.

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