I am a graduate electronics engineer and passionate about Mathematics & Computer programming. In my experience mathematics and logical thinking are critical factors for success in most of the professions. And it can be taught easily. My teaching philosophy would be to explain the topic in a simple manner with interesting examples and then adequate practice would build student's confidence. Also it could be made more interesting by playing logical games, quizzes, puzzles and with fun of subjects. This way students struggling with the subject find learning exciting and not boring and can boost their confidence. In my free time I practice meditation, read books, solve challenging puzzles & watch movies. I really look forward to work with enthusiastic students.
Undergraduate Degree: Gujarat Technological Institute - Bachelors, Electronics & Communication
Mathematics, Chess, Computer Programming, Cricket, Classical Music, Films
What is your teaching philosophy?
Uplifting students' confidence by the thorough explanation of concepts followed by adequate and frequent practice assignments; preparing them for competitive exams by assigning challenging questions and quizzes.
What might you do in a typical first session with a student?
I would like to get to know a student's interests, have a little fun with the subject and learn how they prefer learning. Start with a single and easy topic and make it exciting.