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    I'm M.Sc(Chemistry) graduate with 74% marks. Is it compulsory to have B.Ed to be eligible for CTET? What should I do to become a teacher in govt CBSE schools?

    i am msc. chemistry with 74% marks and want to become a teacher preferably in govt. schools(cbse),so do i need to have b.ed for appearing in CTET.In short what should i do to become a teacher.





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    Re: I'm M.Sc(Chemistry) graduate with 74% marks. Is it compulsory to have B.Ed to be eligible for CTET? What should I do to become a teacher in govt CBSE schools?

    B.Ed is compulsory not only for CTET exam but for any other teaching post. Graduation along with a B.Ed degree is recommended to become a teacher. To get in to government schools for teaching posts, candidates should first posses a graduation along with a B.Ed degree. Apart from this, they should also qualify CTET exam conducted by CBSE. 50% marks in B.Ed is necessary to write CTET exam. You can apply for suitable positions based on CTET score. If you have a good score in CTET you will be called for personal interview and teaching demo as part of selection.




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    Re: I'm M.Sc(Chemistry) graduate with 74% marks. Is it compulsory to have B.Ed to be eligible for CTET? What should I do to become a teacher in govt CBSE schools?

    sir i am b com graduate can i apply for ctet 2012

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    Re: I'm M.Sc(Chemistry) graduate with 74% marks. Is it compulsory to have B.Ed to be eligible for CTET? What should I do to become a teacher in govt CBSE schools?

    i want to do b.ed in distance or from chattisgarh state, but i don't have only 40% marks in graduation and 46% marks in m.com, so will i be eligible for b.ed exam?

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