Breaking Myths related to B.Ed.
Bachelor of Education is one of the most acclaimed courses of teacher education. This can be pursued after any graduation degree or post graduation. Duration of the course is of two years. Millions of aspirants opt for this course every year and they also get job in private and government schools and other related education sector.
There are two noted myths about the course first is this that it prepares a person for being only a teacher. But it is not so, fact is this that there is a wider scope of B.Ed. After pursuing this professional course aspirants can open their own coaching institutes or work there, they can be counselor, administrator, content writer, researcher, mentor, subject specific proof readers, editors, private tutor; moreover in the present scenario demand for E-tutors have increased, so this is the additional scope of this course.
Second myth related to the course is this that candidates are not paid fairer in education sector. Reality is this that there are many sectors other than govt. and private schools like publication houses, Educational HR, Counseling firms etc who invite the skill full candidates and offer them good salary with extra perks like transport facility, promotion benefits etc. The starting salary for these jobs may range from 15,000-40,000.
But all a candidate needs is to not to fall prey of one more myth that B.Ed. does not require labor. It is a professional course and no more a cake walk. It develops personality and brings overall change in a person. Develop professionalism, skills and values among the entrants.