Published: 16 September, 2016  |  Last updated: 18 September, 2016

Teaching English in Andhra Pradesh, India


Report submitted on 6 May, 2016 by bojja.mahendra nadh.

Teaching English in Andhra Pradesh, India:

How can teachers find teaching jobs in Andhra Pradesh, India?
The school management advertise in newspaper, in order to recruit the faculty for the respected subjects.

The main English teaching jobs available are:
Full time English language school positions, teaching at private international schools.

Teaching at private international school.

What are the minimum teaching requirements?
They must need to have qualification.

What teaching requirements would you recommend?
The candidate should have the qualification from the recognized university. Communicative skill in English. Teaching experience is needed.

What are the levels of payment?
It is all depending on the basis of the teacher, and his talent in teaching.

How many teaching days a week is normal?
6 days per week.

How many face-to-face teaching hours a week is normal?
20-22 hours per week.

What is the normal arrangement for holidays?
If there is any occasion related to particular holiday which are particularly celebrated either in the school or college. Then the school management will announce those holidays.

What advice would you give to someone considering coming to Andhra Pradesh, India to teach English?
A learned teacher follows LSRW skills in teaching. Teacher has to mould according to the standard of the student’s level.

What are the positive aspects of teaching English in Andhra Pradesh, India?
You must have good communicative skills in English language. The teacher should satisfy the students to understand the lessons.

What are some of the teaching challenges for English teachers teaching the local people in your area?
We should have competitive spirit.


Living in Andhra Pradesh, India:

Are there any visa or other legal requirements to live in India?

What is the cost of living like in India?
Each day is different, depending on the market rate.

What are the usual accommodation arrangements and how can you find accommodation?
We find room allotment with food and travelling allowances. There is extra allowances on festival days.

Other than teaching, what positive aspects are there for living in Andhra Pradesh, India?
Every field has its own importance. You must be a good citizen.

Other than teaching, what negative aspects are there for living in Andhra Pradesh, India?
You should not have negative feeling on the country. You must be loyal to the country.

What advice would you give to someone considering coming to Andhra Pradesh, India?
I advise them to do good and be good. That makes every one happy.

What things do you miss most (other than family and friends) from your home country?
Working abroad always comes with sacrifices.

What do you think you will miss most when (or if) you leave India?
The sweet memories what had happened and the funny incidents with friends. I will miss calling my friends.

What things would you recommend to new teachers in your area to bring with them from their home country?
Technology has developed a lot. There will be nothing to advice them to bring along with them.

Any other comments (about teaching or living in your country)?
It is a great privilege to be an Indian because we have the right to live anywhere in India and it is a secular country.


About Me and My Work:

My Namebojja.mahendra nadh

Nationality: Indian

Students I’ve taught in India: Junior high school (12-15 years), high school (15-18 years).

Where I teach: Teaching for 1 year.

I teach whatever the opportunity comes to me. Particularly in private sector.

How I found my current jobs: I searched in the internet.

My school facilities: Very good – Technology, library, classroom, and text books.

Teacher support at my school: Training / workshops, lesson observations, teacher evaluations, peer support / training.

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