University teachers not only work in tertiary-level and research institutions, but also contribute their expertise to many -national and international missions.
Teaching is a highly noble profession. Teachers are always held in high esteem. Through their intelligence, patience and wisdom, they not only shape the growing minds but also create a well-rounded personality out of them.
In universities or colleges there are lecturers and professors who specialise in a particular field. They give lectures, guidance and help the students in their academic and research work. Those who have organising ability have a further scope to become a principal, vice-chancellor in the management level.
University teachers not only work in tertiary-level and research institutions, but also contribute their expertise to many -national and international missions. Professors have been/are union -ministers and advisors to prime ministers/ministries
For becoming a teacher, subject expertise is very important. A good teacher has to be ready for all kinds of questions that the students might choose to ask. You should have the -ability to come down to the level of the weakest students and make learning fun for them. Your teaching should reflect how much you have thought about the topic at hand
The University Grants Commission (UGC) conducts the national ¬eligibility test (NET) to determine -eligibility for lectureship and for award of junior research fellowships in 77 subjects. The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research holds the NET for life, physical, chemical, mathematical, earth atmospheric ocean and planetary sciences, jointly with the UGC. Information on exemption, subject list and other details are on www.ugcnetonline.in