Teaching English in Gujranwala, Pakistan
Report submitted on 5 Apr, 2016 by Amina Munir.
Teaching English in Gujranwala, Pakistan:
How can teachers find teaching jobs in Gujranwala, Pakistan?
For jobs in our country we submit our resume at the specific institute and then an interview is conducted by employers and then selection team select the best candidates out of all.
The main English teaching jobs available are:
Full time English language school positions.
What are the minimum teaching requirements?
What teaching requirements would you recommend?
Experience and English level.
What are the levels of payment?
200 per hour
How many teaching days a week is normal?
6 days per week.
How many face-to-face teaching hours a week is normal?
42 hours per week.
What is the normal arrangement for holidays?
Holidays are celebrated at home with families.
What advice would you give to someone considering coming to Gujranwala, Pakistan to teach English?
Have some reference.
What are the positive aspects of teaching English in Gujranwala, Pakistan?
What are the negative aspects for teaching English in Gujranwala, Pakistan?Environment may not be suitable for foreigners.
What are some of the teaching challenges for English teachers teaching the local people in your area?
Understanding the local language.
Living in Gujranwala, Pakistan:
Are there any visa or other legal requirements to live in Pakistan?
Yes visa is required.
What is the cost of living like in Pakistan?
Affordable for a good teacher.
What are the usual accommodation arrangements and how can you find accommodation?
By some reference or by adds in newspaper or TV.
Other than teaching, what positive aspects are there for living in Gujranwala, Pakistan?
People who are living in this country belong to us. We live a peaceful life because its our home.
Other than teaching, what negative aspects are there for living in Gujranwala, Pakistan?
Terror and unemployment at higher level.
What advice would you give to someone considering coming to Gujranwala, Pakistan?
Knowledge about native language.
What things do you miss most (other than family and friends) from your home country?
What do you think you will miss most when (or if) you leave Pakistan?
People who are simple and innocent.
What things would you recommend to new teachers in your area to bring with them from their home country?
Any other comments (about teaching or living in your country)?
About Me and My Work:
My Name:Amina Munir
Students I’ve taught in Pakistan: High school (15-18 years).
Where I teach:
Allied School, Gujranwala. Working here for 2 years.
My school facilities: Good. I gave this on the basis of technology access and class room environment.
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