How can I become a teacher in a coaching center?

Updated on : December 8, 2021 by Kellan Murray



How can I become a teacher in a coaching center?

First of all you should know in which subject you have mastery ... Basic understanding of the subject and prepare yourself for which method you will teach the students ... After this you should try a coaching institute for teaching or you can open your own coaching center . .

An option is also available for you to start teaching online through the youtube channel

All you need to become a teacher is a good command of the subject and the ability for students to understand the subject and if you join a coaching center you can contact the managing director of coaching and submit your resume.
If there are any openings, you will have the opportunity to teach.

To become a teacher in a coaching institute, you must be excellent in your subject and there must be a requirement in the coaching center,

I teach physics at the VMC Dwarka center. I got my B. Tech degree from IIT Patna.

With the frame of this question, I suppose that you will be the same ones who want to know life before joining this field.

Let me tell you something, the life of a coaching school is hell. Why?

  • You are inviting unstably into your life. (Of all the students at his institute, anyone can come and bother him at any time).
  • In any other office job, your workload will be very less compared to this line. (archival work vs. convincing 400 students every day)
  • Every day you diminish your personality when you meet fools / fools / s
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I teach physics at the VMC Dwarka center. I got my B. Tech degree from IIT Patna.

With the frame of this question, I suppose that you will be the same ones who want to know life before joining this field.

Let me tell you something, the life of a coaching school is hell. Why?

  • You are inviting unstably into your life. (Of all the students at his institute, anyone can come and bother him at any time).
  • In any other office job, your workload will be very less compared to this line. (archival work vs. convincing 400 students every day)
  • Every day you diminish your personality when you meet fools / dummies / stupid in your life (includes parents).
  • Your colleagues will be self-centered and super selfish, but funny.
  • You will not have a social life.
  • You can never plan a trip like the others. (Go on Friday the eve and come back on Monday morning without losing a permit).
  • If you're an introverted Italian, and you've never had a girl in your life, trust me, neither are you.
  • The coaching industry has collapsed.
  • I have a line for you, don't try to build your nest in a falling tree.
  • Some more points if you want to read them.

+ One: Never ever read comments on teaching jobs from any of the applicants or alumni on this topic (teaching job). Ask someone to be a teacher. Not a person who just comments.

Second: Yes, it was a well-paying job, with a happy life. Right now I know more than 50 teachers who are at the lower end of the tree and at the same time I know more than 30 who have a coaching institute. People in the first category thought the same when they joined this field. "It was a well paid job" and the second wants you to work for free and look for money outside the market like everything.

Third: Max from the Institutes doesn't want the youngsters to teach well and produce ranks, they just need a joker to outwit the students and they are just bribing the school principal to sell them the students.

Fourth: If the reader is a student, I suggest that you must join an institution after confirming with any selected candidate. If you are an IIT / NIT graduate, don't come down this line.

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Abhishek Ujjawal.

My specialty is instructing aspiring math teachers on how to teach math.

I work with many aspiring elementary and middle school teachers, supporting and assisting them throughout their undergraduate and graduate teacher training. At the beginning of their career, I always ask students, in a private consultation, to tell me why they want to teach, especially why they want to teach mathematics to others. However, I do not ask that question directly, but rather ask them about their dreams and aspirations, how they became interested in the teaching vocation and where they plan.

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My specialty is instructing aspiring math teachers on how to teach math.

I work with many aspiring elementary and middle school teachers, supporting and assisting them throughout their undergraduate and graduate teacher training. At the beginning of their career, I always ask students, in a private consultation, to tell me why they want to teach, especially why they want to teach mathematics to others. However, I am not asking that question directly, but I am asking about their dreams and aspirations, how they became interested in the teaching vocation and where they plan to go with their own education. From simple questions like these, I can determine if a student has the right motivation to teach or just sees it as a “backup” position or an “easy job with lots of vacations”.

When a student's responses indicate that being a math teacher is a kind of "easy ride" or "a job with many perks" for him, I strongly encourage you to reconsider. I give you some of the homemade truths about teaching, particularly regarding what the role of a teacher is like to INSPIRE a love of learning, MOTIVATE questioning and critical thinking, ENCOURAGE a passion for your subject, and DEMONSTRATE a commitment to it. Permanent learning. I remind you that the reason for being of a teacher is to preach zealously and incessantly on his discipline, seeking to turn others into fervent disciples and to make those disciples teachers of others. If they do not feel an all-consuming love for the discipline they have chosen (for example, mathematics) and are unwilling to show that love to others, so they must stay out of the classroom, as students also learn behavioral attitudes towards a subject from their teachers. If a teacher isn't completely enthusiastic about his topic, how can they expect his students to get excited enough to care about him?

As has been alluded to or expressed directly in other answers, teaching is a VOCATION, not “just a job”. Teachers work long hours, have few real vacations (I usually have about 10 days at Christmas and New Years for myself only where I have no teaching commitments), and are generally paid very low pay for their work (in a year I was teaching 7 courses, but I only made $ 14K, which is roughly the same as unemployment benefits in Australia and so little that I didn't have to pay income taxes). In fact, here in Australia, it is not uncommon for teachers (who need to earn at least a four-year degree) to be paid less than unskilled workers who dropped out of high school.

Teachers rarely leave the building at the end of the day and simply leave work behind. Even if there are no grades to make or classes to prepare or reports to write, teachers will still think about how to reach that student who is struggling or will worry about a student whose family life is interfering with their learning opportunities. Being a teacher is not a role for the faint-hearted or partially committed, it is a role to which you have to dedicate your entire essence.

The rewards of being a teacher are rarely monetary or even material, but seeing one of your struggling students have a “light bulb” moment is priceless. Watching a former student become a teacher is a real treat. A teacher's legacy is not a pile of gold, but the effect they have on the lives of students, for better or for worse. For some teachers, they will inspire thousands of students to pursue lifelong learning. For others, they can only affect the life of a student, but for that student it can be the deep turning point in their life, the only time when someone did not give up on them, but encouraged them to continue the fight and overcome. the odds.

Teaching is also the only role on which all other roles, and indeed society, depend. Only those who are truly committed and prepared to spend years in selfless service should dare to enter the classroom as teachers.

I would like to share my experience when I was confused when choosing between working as a software developer in a product development company and Teaching IIT JEE Physics.

Before landing in this situation, he had worked as a Physics teacher to teach the basic IIT-JEE course for ninth and tenth grade students. (IIT-JEE core courses start from class 6 in Andhra Pradhesh schools) so I tried teaching for 2 hours daily for 4 years of my whole life from B Tech.

I have no experience of what the work culture and growth prospects will be like in the software company, except for the stories I heard from myself.

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I would like to share my experience when I was confused when choosing between working as a software developer in a product development company and Teaching IIT JEE Physics.

Before landing in this situation, he had worked as a Physics teacher to teach the basic IIT-JEE course for ninth and tenth grade students. (IIT-JEE core courses start from class 6 in Andhra Pradhesh schools) so I tried teaching for 2 hours daily for 4 years of my whole life from B Tech.

I have no experience of what the work culture and growth prospects will be like in the software company, except for the stories I heard from my family and seniors who work in that field.

From my teaching experience, I have made the following observations.
In the first year of teaching, I really enjoyed teaching Physics, as I had learned a lot, I had clarified many concepts that I could never understand during my preparation for the JEE. Able to obtain extreme satisfaction when solving the doubts of the students of difficult books such as HC Verma, DC Pandey, etc. In fact, I used to wait for 6-8pm (my work hours) of the day because I am so satisfied.
The most important learning was patience, which is the minimum for me. Sometimes I had to explain the same concept in 5 different ways to the same student to make him understand.
He learned to get students to solve questions with enthusiasm, especially when they are less interested in doing so.
learned how to motivate students and prepare their mindset to face competitive exams etc.

But..

In the third year, I had gradually started to lose interest in teaching (but not in Physics) because I had to teach the same concept, the same analogy in real life to explain the concept, the same example problem to demonstrate how to apply a particular concept, same set of problems to solve (the problems in HC Verma and DC Pandey hardly change from year to year). The only thing that changed from year to year is the students in class, but not the caliber of the students also remained the same.
Although the students enjoyed my class, I couldn't.
In nutshell, work has gotten monotonous.

I have also asked my seniors and family members who are working in the field about the software work culture about the prospects for growth and their levels of job satisfaction. Each one said, there will be some basic fundamentals to learn. Then after work gets monotonous repeating tasks.

There were also some professionals in both the coaching industry and the software industry who said that their jobs are exciting and interesting even after 5 years.

So I would like to say that changes to the IIT-JEE pattern do not affect your job security in the coaching industry as long as the JEE syllabus does not change completely. The way you ask questions may change, but the questions do not change.

Your job is safe in the JEE coaching industry as long as
Students enjoy your class.
Students can understand what you are teaching in class.
You are able to solve all your doubts.
Students can do very well on tests.
You can complete the study program on time as prescribed by your boss.

And most importantly, you are enjoying your teaching just for the sake of teaching (not for anything else like a high salary, having no other choice, etc.)

Frankly speaking, teaching work is the least changeable job compared to software, electronics, manufacturing, etc. New technologies are added every day, requiring hours of continuous learning to update and move forward. If you don't, there is a threat to job security.

Finally, it is you who has to decide where to go based on what suits you best and what you would like to do.
I declined the teaching offer because I don't enjoy doing the same thing year after year. He had also turned down the software job because it doesn't change much in the next few years either. (I had joined a management job in an NGO that suits me better)

One of my close friends, graduate of NIT Trichy CS branch recently joined Aakash Institute, Delhi as professor of physics in 10 LPA.

He had offers from Ola Cabs, Amazon, Oyo Rooms etc, but preferred to join Aakash Institute, Delhi due to the following reasons he told me months ago: -

  • He is from North India, he wanted to live in Delhi with his elderly parents since he is a single child; Amazon was shipping him to Hyderabad, although the pay was higher, but he decided to let it go.
  • I wanted a peaceful, low pressure life after 6 years of grinding Class 11-12 + 4 years of B.Tech, now I gave
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One of my close friends, graduate of NIT Trichy CS branch recently joined Aakash Institute, Delhi as professor of physics in 10 LPA.

He had offers from Ola Cabs, Amazon, Oyo Rooms etc, but preferred to join Aakash Institute, Delhi due to the following reasons he told me months ago: -

  • He is from North India, he wanted to live in Delhi with his elderly parents since he is a single child; Amazon was shipping him to Hyderabad, although the pay was higher, but he decided to let it go.
  • I wanted a peaceful and low pressure life after 6 years of hard work Class 11-12 + 4 years of B.Tech, now I did not want to pursue the rat race that leads nowhere. And Coaching Institute's flexible work hours can give you that convenience.
  • He wanted to be respected and feel important. In the training institute, everyone would call him "sir", extra pampering, etc., according to him, it is a wonderful feeling.
  • He was passionate about teaching. In college, he has taught his third-year students, even working with NGOs in his third year, thus developing an ability to teach and share knowledge.
  • In the future, he wants to start his own company, preferably a coaching institute for IIT JEE preparation, so for him it is a step to gain experience.
  • And the pay is not that bad for him, 70K per month is a good amount as a new student who wants to build a career as a Teacher and does not want to leave his family too.

I think I explained the reasons well. For some people, it can also be a lack of job opportunities, unfamiliarity with English, and other personal reasons.

But choosing a teaching job after graduating from top universities is not inferior to any software job in terms of pay and job satisfaction at least. People need to change their attitude. Teaching today is not a low paying job but one of the highest paying jobs in India. Even I want to become a teacher.

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Training institutes and related businesses such as hostels, stationery stores, internet cafes and photocopiers have given rise to an industry with estimated annual revenue of Rs 1.7 billion in Kota, this alone accounts for 70% of Kota's economy!

  • There are around 2000 faculty members in Kota employed by renowned training institutes, of which around 600 have IIT degrees.
  • At least 300-400 teachers earn salaries in the range of Rs 60 lakh to Rs 1.5 crore
  • 0-2 years of experience - Salary 12LPA-16LPA
    3-6 years of experience - Salary 22LPA-40LPA
    More than 6 years of experience - Salary above 40LPA
  • Command of IIT degree holders
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Training institutes and related businesses such as hostels, stationery stores, internet cafes and photocopiers have given rise to an industry with estimated annual revenue of Rs 1.7 billion in Kota, this alone accounts for 70% of Kota's economy!

  • There are around 2000 faculty members in Kota employed by renowned training institutes, of which around 600 have IIT degrees.
  • At least 300-400 teachers earn salaries in the range of Rs 60 lakh to Rs 1.5 crore
  • 0-2 years of experience - Salary 12LPA-16LPA
    3-6 years of experience - Salary 22LPA-40LPA
    More than 6 years of experience - Salary above 40LPA
  • IIT title holders get paid more, as expected!
  • There are at least 15-20 teachers who receive a salary of more than 1 crore
  • There are a handful of teachers who earn 2 million rupees a year
  • There have also been cases of salaries of Rs 3 crore for senior faculty members with two decades of experience
  • Teacher hires occur three times a year, salaries often increasing 3-4 times within 8-10 months of incorporation. These kinds of increases are very foreign to even top corporate leaders!
  • Average annual salary increases at training institutes range from 10% to 50%; exceptional artists get 100% raises

Compare the salary figures above with those of IIT teachers, whose salaries start at Rs 10-11 lakhs per year for teachers and Rs 25 lakhs per year for deans. Of course, IIT professors earn additional income from consulting, book offerings, and research projects, among others.

According to Mr. Pramod Maheshwari, Executive Director of Career Point Kota:

Some of our best students have come back to us to teach because there are competitive salaries in teaching itself.

More than 13 lakh of students take the JEE this year, of which it is estimated that almost 1.3 lakh have signed up to train with institutes that charge more than Rs. 1 lakh each as tuition fees only.

Kota teachers are very hardworking, there is no doubt about that. It takes a lot of courage to keep doing the same thing over and over again, year after year for decades! Without a doubt, they get paid well for their efforts.

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I think that in the current scenario, i.e. 2015 onwards, the IITJEE coaching industry is less rewarding both in terms of money and job satisfaction compared to other sectors. Brand institutes like FIITJEE, etc. they require long hours, that is, up to 7 hours of lectures, without benefits such as paid vacations, etc. and ad hoc transfers to any place apart from the INSECURITY of work. Furthermore, teaching becomes a "job" after 2 years and career progression is close to zero because there is no formal job market for JEE teachers.

In local or unbranded institutes there is a great threat to job security. A JEE faculty can find it

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I think that in the current scenario, i.e. 2015 onwards, the IITJEE coaching industry is less rewarding both in terms of money and job satisfaction compared to other sectors. Brand institutes like FIITJEE, etc. they require long hours, that is, up to 7 hours of lectures, without benefits such as paid vacations, etc. and ad hoc transfers to any place apart from the INSECURITY of work. Furthermore, teaching becomes a "job" after 2 years and career progression is close to zero because there is no formal job market for JEE teachers.

In local or unbranded institutes there is a great threat to job security. A JEE faculty can find itself in a soup after 1 year as there is a ruthless contract system in these institutes like Mitesh Rathi Classes, bhopal, etc.

In short, choosing IIT JEE faculty as a career choice has become very risky in today's market and one can find themselves in a very insecure and stagnant situation 4 years later because it is obvious that there is nothing new to do in JEE . Coaching as a material, questions and strategy are now well developed, unlike in the 1990s, when there was a great demand for JEE coaching.

In fact, there is a glut in JEE coaching, just as there is a glut in engineering colleges, as the institutes face enormous pressure on the margins of competition in this segment. So don't expect big salaries or bonuses in this segment unlike the 90s. Resist the initial allure of teaching and choose a "career", not a career. A career that is stable and helps you interact with adults and not children for the rest of your life (trust me, seeing children every day affects your personality). A career in major industry, IT, retail, etc. that makes job change easier and offers relatively more job security.

(disclaimer: I started my career with one of the IT giants but thought I should go teach. Turns out it was a wrong decision because after 5 years of being in JEE teaching now it does NOT offer reward and indeed the level satisfaction now in negative territory. From a monetary standpoint, I'm nowhere near my IT counterparts who can count on field trips to do the moolah. So my advice to those looking to take JEE coaching as a career is: Don't. Even if it takes some time to choose any other formal and organized sector but not teaching, at least in India. period).

I have studied for 2 years at KOTA (11th and 12th) at Vibrant Academy.

This is for IIT trainings (no idea of ​​medical history)

Qualifications for teaching:

It can be from IIT, NIT and other B.Tech universities. Apart from this, if you are trained in some specific subject, you can also teach even if you are not b.tech. Also, I have seen several college dropouts teaching at training institutes and they were excellent. In fact, they are looking for the knowledge you have and how passionate you are in the line of teaching.

KOTA teachers make a difference every day. Lakhs of students are a big fan of them :)

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I have studied for 2 years at KOTA (11th and 12th) at Vibrant Academy.

This is for IIT trainings (no idea of ​​medical history)

Qualifications for teaching:

It can be from IIT, NIT and other B.Tech universities. Apart from this, if you are trained in some specific subject, you can also teach even if you are not b.tech. Also, I have seen several college dropouts teaching at training institutes and they were excellent. In fact, they are looking for the knowledge you have and how passionate you are in the line of teaching.

KOTA teachers make a difference every day. Lakhs of students are a big fan of them :)

Qualities:

Qualities I found specifically in Kota teachers:

  • Intellectually interesting and attractive to young people
  • Confidence
  • Communication skills (must be able to convey concepts)
  • Motivational
  • Friendly and strict at the same time
  • Deep domain knowledge
  • Interactive
  • Very encouraging
  • Support new ideas
  • Opening to change
  • Emotionally stable
  • Entertaining (students are not bored in class)
  • High on label
  • High in energy
  • To the earth
  • Open to healthy discussions
  • Passionate
  • Desire to learn and teach
  • Dedication
  • Innovative (using new techniques and methods in teaching)
  • Has experience and practical knowledge

Kota teachers have many more good qualities

Their effort can be seen in the form of result we get from KOTA training.

Thanks to all of them :)

Ayushi!

If you are an iitian and start your own iit coaching institute then I assure you that you will be a crorepathy within 3 years. But make sure you don't start it in Andra Pradesh (now called Mandra) and Kota!

If you join an institute as a teacher, with 2 years of experience and your knowledge on the subject and how you deliver it to students, you can get between 5 LPA and 60 LPA! Don't believe me ... This is reality. And it is the range in FIITJEE Chennai branch.

I assure you, you will not get as much job satisfaction in any other job in any corner of the world.

Regarding the working day (

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If you are an iitian and start your own iit coaching institute then I assure you that you will be a crorepathy within 3 years. But make sure you don't start it in Andra Pradesh (now called Mandra) and Kota!

If you join an institute as a teacher, with 2 years of experience and your knowledge on the subject and how you deliver it to students, you can get between 5 LPA and 60 LPA! Don't believe me ... This is reality. And it is the range in FIITJEE Chennai branch.

I assure you, you will not get as much job satisfaction in any other job in any corner of the world.

Regarding the working hours (in FIITJEE chennai ... It can be in all FIITJEE) from morning to 8:30 at night. But you will have free hours in between, lunch break, snack break ... A very easy job than working in a corporate company. Most of the time, you won't have a Sunday off. But you can take it on any other specific day (for example, Monday or Wednesday), usually Saturday off is given to experienced teachers.

Since you are in India, teachers will always have a very good name in society alongside doctors.

Usually Btech mech. Students take physics.

And I know many brilliant people who left their jobs that paid double the same salary and came to FIITJEE as coaching teachers.

If you have to be a teacher, this is a good thought for young people.

You must first apply your application form to read in good training.

How to apply the application from?

This is very simple: go to the coaching websites and click on the faculty requirements button and fill in the full information about yourself.

What are the application fees?

The application fees are different, but most likely between 500 and 600.

After completing the application, you can choose the date of your exam. choose the date you can take an exam

If you pass the exam, the training institute will send you the information and the date of the interview. Upon

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If you have to be a teacher, this is a good thought for young people.

You must first apply your application form to read in good training.

How to apply the application from?

This is very simple: go to the coaching websites and click on the faculty requirements button and fill in the full information about yourself.

What are the application fees?

The application fees are different, but most likely between 500 and 600.

After completing the application, you can choose the date of your exam. choose the date you can take an exam

If you pass the exam, the training institute will send you the information and the date of the interview. On the date the coaching wants to interview you.

If you cancel the interview, they will keep you on hold because Coaching maintains its full stock, if any of them pass, they will call you

but it is not a problem after the interview 1 or 2 months later. You will definitely be able to read

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