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About us
Teach For India (TFI) is an Indian non-profit organisation, which is a part of the Teach For All global movement. Through its Fellowship program, TFI recruits qualified Indian college graduates and working professionals to serve as full-time teachers in low-income schools for two years. Fellows work to bridge the educational gaps that their students – more... face, in the hopes of putting their students on a fundamentally different life path. – less
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What is it like to work at Teach For India?

3.9
Work/Life Balance
3.4
Salary/Benefits
3.7
Job Security/Advancement
3.9
Management
4.4
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at Teach For India?

93%
of employees approve of CEO’s performance
CEO Approval is based on 43 ratings
4.0
A productive, fun and a very challenging workplace.
Written by Fellow (Former Employee) from New Delhi on January 13, 2019
A typical day at work includes waking up at around 5 in the morning, revising and going through the day's plans. Reaching the school that is assigned to you at around 7 in the morning. Setting up the class, meeting the parents and talking to them about their child's progress and attendance. Convincing them that it is better to send their kids to school - more...
Pros
Access and Exposure, You will get to meet really amazing people and do really amazing things.
Cons
Uncertain hours, Low salary
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What jobs are available at Teach For India?

Top work locations
4.6
Ahmedabad, Gujarat
4.4
Hyderabad, Telangana
4.4
Mumbai, Maharashtra
4.4
Chennai, Tamil Nadu
4.4
Pune, Maharashtra
Most popular roles
4.4
Volunteer
4.4
Fellow
4.2
Teacher

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What did candidates say about the interview at Teach For India?

Interview experience
Based on 15 interviews
Favorable
Interview difficulty
Based on 15 interviews
Medium
Interview process length
Based on 14 interviews
About a week
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