Among the various professions across the globe, teaching is such a job which spread the tentacles of control over the youth of the nation. But to be in this profession in the apt sense is not an easy task. One has to have all such qualities which would make one a teacher in the accepted sense of term. Thus when the question of teaching at the primary level pops up its head, it turns out to be really challenging, as the flowers which have not blossomed yet are to be looked after with lots of love and affection!
A number of courses have been introduced to impart training to those souls who have shown their eagerness to teach the tiny tots at their 'nascent' stage! However, an individual ought to be blessed enough to ensure the proper growth of the child. There should be a close observation on the needs and preferences of the child. The things he or she likes to do and the things he or she does not. And accordingly the plans have to be chalked out to bring out the concealed talents of the child to the lime light. De facto, there are certain things which should be followed in the class. First, a child cannot be taught for more than three hours. Secondly, the child should be allowed to move freely in the class. And finally the child's mood is to be examined and frequent breaks are to be on the list. So it is clear that a primary teacher has to work hard as it involves the primary stage of till class four. It is to be borne in mind that a child always needs a motherly care and attention and the teacher is the only person who can shower such emotions to create a homely ambience for the child!
Undoubtedly, all such courses are lucrative and the course fee differs from institute to institute. But the fees are not so high that a candidate would not be able to afford it. The reason is obvious. There are countless individuals who descend from the middle class background and wish to be in the teaching profession to climb up the ladder of their career.
There is not a single grain of doubt that teaching is a noble and rich profession. But at the same hour, it is undeniable that teaching is not everybody's cup of tea. To be a teacher, a sense of unwavering passion and devotion is utmost needed! On the other hand the pay packet is good enough, but the motto should be to make a child see beyond the books, analyse everything from a lateral perspective and stand out of the crowd!!