In terms of members, teaching is the largest profession in the world. It is a profession that is and will always be in demand. Teachers are a requirement in every country. For example, Singapore is known for its tourism, cleanliness and tall modern architecture. But even then, there are dozens of jobs in Singapore for teachers.

Since Singapore’s public education is instructed mainly in English, teachers certified in all subjects are qualified to teach. However, those who want to teach in public schools are required to get approval from the ministry of education.  

While their roles and functions might vary, the differences in roles of teachers are not extreme. This is because, more than anything else, the functionality of this job is dependent on the age of students that are being taught. There are usually three levels to a teaching job, elementary, secondary and university.


Candidates who are interested in becoming a teacher need to follow a certain career path. The very basic qualification expected from even a High School teacher is to have a bachelor’s degree in education. A Bachelor’s in Education will equip you with the required theoretical knowledge, practical experience as well as analytical skills. B. Ed used to be a one year course but now in most places, the course duration is two years. The minimum requirement of getting admission in B.Ed is a Bachelor’s degree in Arts, Science or Commerce. 

In the case of becoming a professor at a college or university, you need at least a Master’s degree in a relevant field or subject. Then you need to qualify the NET exam which is conducted by UGC. Only then you will be eligible for a lecturer’s role in a college.

Colleges For B.Ed

Getting a degree in Education is not enough. Your qualifications should stand out from the crowd. This is why getting your degree from a reputed college is necessary. Hence, here is a list of top colleges in India that provide B.Ed degree:

  • LSR, Delhi University, New Delhi
  • National Council of Teacher Education, New Delhi
  • Indira Gandhi B.Ed college, Karnataka
  • SS Institute of Education, Bangalore
  • AG Teachers College, Ahmedabad
  • Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi
  • Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi

Career Path

Working as a teacher opens your way to limitless opportunities. The growth path of each person depends heavily on the institute they are working at. For example, in government schools and colleges, the promotions are done mainly according to the seniority level of a candidate. In contrast, teachers at private schools and colleges get promoted on the basis of their skills, certifications as well as staying up to date with the latest trends of the industry.

Similarly, professors can climb up the ladder by earning a Doctorate. Teachers can get promoted to Vice-principal then the school principal. Whereas professors can be promoted to become head of the department, chairman and then dean of the university.

Choosing to work as a teacher is a highly satisfying career choice. You can visibly see the efforts of your hard work in the bright performances of your students. This profession allows you to shape the minds of young children and hence contribute majorly to the society.

Although this might also feel like a challenge because it is a huge responsibility. But despite the challenges, this profession is highly fulfilling and rewarding. Every great politician, journalist, musician, writer, etc have a teacher to thank for their success. This is why the bond between a teacher and their students can be as strong as a parent and their child.