TGT is an abbreviation for Trained Graduate Teacher. TGT refers to a teacher who has completed their teaching training. TGT is not training, but it is a graduate who has received training in teacher education. If a person is a graduate with a B.Ed, he is a TGT (Trained Graduate Teacher), and there is no requirement for teacher training to qualify as a TGT.
TGT teachers are qualified to teach students in grades below the tenth, including students in class ten. The required standards are listed below.
· A postgrad degree from a recognized university is required for application to the TGT entrance examination A
· Trained graduate teachers have a maximum age limit of 35 years.
· Teachers with a postgraduate degree and TGT are known as PGTs (Postgraduate Trained Teachers) and are permitted to teach classes above the 10th grade in schools.