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UGC NET EXAM INR   12000 INR  12000
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University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) is conducted in order to select candidates for only Assistant Professor or both Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and Assistant Professor in Indian universities and colleges. Till now, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted NET on behalf of UGC. However, going forward, National Testing Agency (NTA) will replace CBSE and conduct UGC NET. As per media reports, NTA will conduct UGC NET once a year and in online mode only. UGC NET (December) 2018 dates have been released. NTA is scheduled to conduct UGC NET (December) 2018 from December 9 - 23. Check NTA UGC NET exam dates here. Note: The page will be updated once UGC NET official notification is released by NTA. UGC NET Exam Pattern CBSE UGC NET exam pattern till 2017 was such that it was conducted in three sessions wherein candidates had to appear for three different papers. However, from 2018 UGC NET exam pattern is changed. Going forward, candidates have to appear for two papers only. JRF and Assistant Professor/ Assistant Professor positions will be given to candidates basis their performance in two papers. However, it may be noted that only 6% of the candidates clearing UGC NET exam are declared eligible for the post of Assistant Professor. Also, the reservation policy for SC, ST, OBC, and PwD candidates is applied to this 6%. Check complete UGC NET exam pattern.

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CTET, PTET INR   15000 INR  15000
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CTET, PTET

There are two CTET test papers in the exam, that is, Paper-I and Paper-II. Candidates who want to teach Classes I-V need to give Paper-I whereas Paper-II needs to be given by aspirants who want to be eligible to teach Classes VI to VIII. The CTET 2018 exam pattern is such that aspirants need to attempt multiple choice questions. Candidates are informed that in order to be eligible to be appointed as a teacher for Class I to VIII, aspirants need to pass Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) that is conducted by the appropriate Government in accordance with Guidelines as framed by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE). “As per NCTE notification No. 76-4/2010/NCTE/Acad Dated 11.02.2011: A person who scores 60% or more in the TET exam will be considered as TET pass”, informs the official website.

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Nanny coaching institute in ludhiana INR   75000 INR  75000
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Nanny coaching institute in ludhiana

A nanny is a childcare provider who also handles other duties in the home, such as cleaning, doing laundry, or tutoring children. Nannies aid in the intellectual and emotional growth of the children they care for and often work for a family Should I Become a Nanny? A nanny is a childcare provider who also handles other duties in the home, such as cleaning, doing laundry, or tutoring children. Nannies aid in the intellectual and emotional growth of the children they care for and often work for a family for the minimum contract of one year. They can be employed part-time or full-time, and they often live with the families who employ them. The median annual salary for nannies, according to Payscale.com in January 2016, was $25,692. Career Requirements There is no degree required to become a nanny, but an associate's degree and/or specialized certifications in early childcare development may help with career advancement. CPR and first aid certification are commonly required, though. Each family will have their own expectations for a nanny's previous childcare experience. Nannies are typically required to be at least 18 years old. Candidates must be in good health, up to date on immunizations and have negative results on a tuberculosis test. A clean criminal background and negative drug test are also required. You should also have strong communication and instructional skills. Patience is also needed and you need to have stamina to deal with high-energy children. Steps to Become a Nanny Let's find out what steps are required to become a nanny: Step 1: Gain Experience in Child Care Nannies should have as much experience as possible working with children, either through babysitting, daycare, teaching, or personal experience as a parent or a member of a large family. The amount of experience required will vary significantly from one family to another. • Collect references: As you build experience, you should collect references and letters of recommendation from the families, centers, or schools you work with. Having solid references and accurate, up-to-date contact information will make it easier for a family to verify your experience. • Volunteer with children: Volunteering through an organization that works with children, such as at a hospital or an after-school program, may expand your career opportunities. Volunteer work will also provide references and experience. Step 2: Earn an Associate's Degree A degree is not typically required, but some families may look favorably upon applicants who hold a college degree in early childhood education. An associate's degree program in this field can provide knowledge of child behaviour, development, and special needs. • Attend parenting classes or lectures: You might benefit from attending lectures related to child development or from taking parenting classes, in addition to earning a degree. Lectures and parenting classes will teach you valuable communication and skills to use when working with children. Step 3: Join K2 Solutions Joining a K2 Solutions for nannies can be highly beneficial since we often have a wide variety of resources available to members that can help advance their career. The International Nanny Association (INA) provides access to continuing education information, mentoring programs, and other services. Additionally, the INA offers two professional exams for members. The basic skills exam tests a person's childcare knowledge in the areas of health, safety, nutrition and professionalism. The INA credential exam tests applicants on practical childcare knowledge, such as child guidance, family communication, multicultural awareness, and management skills. Passing these exams and earning their respective credentials can help you out to families when applying for jobs. Step 4: Obtain Additional Credentials Completing the Child Development Associate (CDA) program offered by the Council for Professional Recognition can help you stand out as professionals in the field. This national credentialing program assesses a person's knowledge and abilities in childcare. To earn the title of CDA, you must be competent in a variety of areas, such as safety, health, teaching, communication, creativity, socialization, family child care, and management. CDAs can also earn an additional endorsement in nurturing bilingual development in settings where English and a second language are regularly used. The CDA credential is required for child care center staff and preschool teachers in most states and thus may also provide nannies with alternate job opportunities. To become a nanny, you need to gain experience and skills in working with children, which may include getting a degree, attending training classes, and obtaining certification and professional credentials.

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