Suggest Me The Growth Factor In Teaching Profession With MBA As My PG? - CiteHR
Nashbramhall
Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
Nevgivup89
Hr Executive
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Dear cite HR Members,
Glad to be a part of this Association.
After my MBA(HR & Marketing)I have worked in HR Generalist in a consulting firm.But my passion in life is to be a Motivation speaker and to grow in Training & Development.I am not completely satisfied with my present job,I am very much interested to learn things and have much thirst to improve knowledge.
Few days back I received a opportunity to work as a Lecturer in MBA Dept.I am very much confused now,if I can take this job whether I will paid better and I am not aware of the growth in Teaching Profession.I have collected few info on NET Exams also.
DO THEY PAY WELL IN THIS PROFESSION.
Kindly guide me so that I can have a clarity,I will be really thanking if you can help me to reach my passion of becoming a Public Speaker.
Thanks

Without knowing what you are paid now and in which institution you are likely to work, it is difficult to comment on the pay. If you have to succeed in an educational institution and earn well, you will need to get a doctoral degree. Please click on the links in the sidebar at the right under ARTCLE PICKS.
Dear HR,
Thanks for your quick response.
I earn 15k now as a Generalist HR, but the college which am aSked to join is an Affiliated College of Anna University Chennai(AICTE College) which offers a take home CTC as 9000.
If you need any more details I will inform you sir.
Thanks in advance.
Regards
Shyam

There are also chances of getting a decent pay for teaching. However you must be aware of the fact that in the field of teaching, the pay is linked to the volume of knowledge, you possess that can provide value to the institution and knowledge is commensurate with your experience, qualifications and number of papers you submit on the subject of your study at seminars and conferences.Thus in noble professions like teaching and Law, the value goes up with age like vintage wine because you need to spend some time in acquiring all these. As MR.Simhan rightly suggested, a doctoral degree gives the credibility to the knowledge you have. You seem to be a man in hurry.I appreciate your passion for teaching or motivational speaking.What I suggest you is to register yourself for a dctoral degree or at least for ISTD qualification while pursuing your HR job and at the same time register your self for seminars on HR relating to training and development and submit papers there. In the mean time try to change your job profile from generalist HR to learning and development. With industry experience and a formal qualification in training from ISTD, you can command some decent price in teaching from a mangement college.

B.Saikumar

HR & Labour law Advisor

Mumbai

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