Government Teacher Interview Questions


A teacher is a person who provides an educational environment where students can fulfil their potential for intellectual, spiritual, emotional, physical and psychological growth. A teacher prepares the future of a country.  A candidate, who is willing to join the challenging job of a government teacher, must have Bachelor’s degree in any stream or higher (Masters Degree preferred). Teacher eligibility test has two levels to qualify, first is written test and second is interview. A list of interview questions are given below to which may be asked during interview.

Sample Government teacher Interview Questions

  • What is your name and educational qualification?
  • Describe yourself in one word?
  • Why you want to become a teacher, your education or any incident give you the insight to be a teacher?
  • Are you able to handle children that may require discipline in a classroom?
  • What subject is your favourite to teach?
  • Describe some negative and some positive teaching experiences?
  • Do you believe that speaking to parents can make any good to student?
  • What subject is your least favourite to teach?
  • How would you describe your teaching style?
  • Why you want to leave your previous job
  • How do you handle pressure and stress?
  • In your opinion, which quality of your’ s make most suitable candidate for this vacancy?
  • “Is our education system is producing skilled labour.” What is your opinion about this topic?
  • “Punishment is necessary for students.” Do you agree?
  • What would you find difficult about teaching?
  • Where you want to see yourself after 5 years?

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