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Why should I register with teacher's job?
Teacher's consultancy helps you to bag the best teaching job for yourself. It gives you access to plenty of teaching job vacancies at various locations in any part of the India. You can browse for the job opportunities as per your requirements and apply for the ones you find suitable which makes it worth for you to get registered.

How do I register?
To register as a new job seeker click Register.

The information you provide during registration will be used to match you with job opportunities. The two key elements we use are the type of job you are looking for and the location you are searching in. We also give you the opportunity to add your resume and make it searchable to our registered employers so that hiring managers can find you.

Forgot my Username?
Your username is an email address. If you need help remembering the email address you registered with, please contact our customer success team at , Monday – Saturday 12:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Forgot my Password
If you have forgotten your password, you can either request a password reset email directly from the sign in page of our site or contact our customer success team for help resetting your password at , Monday – Saturday 12:00 pm to 7:30 pm EST. Please note, your password is case sensitive. Make sure your caps lock is turned off.

Do you charge for registering with you?
We don’t charge anything for registration.

Are you only into teaching recruitment?
Yes, we work on recruiting teachers to various organizations all over the India.

Do you recruit for all subjects?
Yes, we recruit faculty for all subjects from primary level to IIT, NEET including Principals.

What is the registration process?
You have to click “register” and give your mail id and set a password for it. Then you can login into the account and fill your details and your requirements along with your updated resume. You can search jobs as per your requirement, view featured schools and colleges, latest jobs, featured jobs, reviews and latest teaching news.