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  • Experience:I am an expert in Mathematics . My approach is  Guiding, Counselling, Motivating & Coaching students. I'm having 21 years of experience in this field. Before this another, 18 years experience in Te... More [+]
  • Qualification:B.Tech/B.E.
  • Board:All Boards, CBSE
  • Pincode:110064
Teaches: Physics, NTSE, Mathematics, Chemistry, KVPY Exam, Economics, Business Maths

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  • Class 9 - 10
    • Mathematics
    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • NTSE
  • Class 11 - 12
    • Mathematics
    • Business Mathematics
    • Economics
    • KVPY Exam
  • College Level
    • Mathematics
    • Business Mathematics
  • Class 6 - 8
    • Mathematics
    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • NTSE
  • Profile Details

Qualification :

B.Tech/B.E. IIT Delhi 1975

Total Experience :

21 Years

I am an expert in Mathematics . My approach is  Guiding, Counselling, Motivating & Coaching students. I'm having 21 years of experience in this field. Before this another, 18 years experience in Textile Industry. Ability to present Mathematics in a fun way, thereby removing the Maths-Phobia amongst the students. Motivated almost all of my students to opt for Mathematics in higher classes.

Tutoring Option:

I Can Manage Both

Tutoring Approach :

My approach is to make concept of Mathematics clear so students can tackle even new Questions with ease. My approach will be depended on the student's needs and learning style. However my teaching is based on encouraging students to think for themselves, using real-world examples wherever possible. I usually focus on exam-style or past paper questions in order to check, practice and perfect the student's understanding and technique.

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Class 9 - 10 Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, NTSE, All Boards, English Medium INR 900.00 /hour
Class 11 - 12 Mathematics, Business Mathematics, Economics, KVPY Exam, All Boards, All Medium INR 900.00 /hour
College Level Mathematics, Business Mathematics INR 900.00 /hour
Class 6 - 8 Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, NTSE, CBSE INR 900.00 /hour
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Online Tutoring Details

Prior Online Tutoring Experience?


Tuition Fees [INR]:

Rs.400 - 500

Online Tutoring Experience :

I have taught students ONLINE for one year. I have used SKYPE successfuly and students feel as if I am teaching them Face to Face.

Online Tools Details :

I use SKYPE very successfuly.

Online Availability :

It depends on our mutual adjustment and differs day to day.

  • Answers

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  • I​mage in a pin hole camera is real , inverted and smaller in size.

  • A rectangular coil carrying current develops magnetic field. So two magnetic fields exert force on one another which causes the coil to rotate, because magnetic field is caused by fixed magnet.

  • let ax+b= t, so question becomes y= e^t,​ and dt/dx= a, or dx= dt/a, thus y= e^t.dt, so after differentiation ( dy/dt).( dt/dx)= e^t.a, thus dy/dx = a.e^( ax + b). Final answer.

  • The image is real, inverted and small in size.

  • This instruement is calles Altimeter.

  • Resistivity of a material is Resistance offered by a cube of 1Meter side,made up of that material , when some potential difference applied across its opposite faces.Its value changes only with temperature.

  • True solution of Common Salt means salt dissolved in water. We can recover it either by Evaporation or by Boiling.

  • what is the Law of radioactive decay? Posted in: Physics | Date: 23/11/2015

    Law of Radioactive Decay is called Half Life Time of a Radioactive material. It is the time required for decay of half of the material present at any instant.All radioactive materials decay naturally on their own, emitting radiations.

  • When one of the vectors is Zero

  • Volume of a prism is Area of BasexHeight. So area of a hexagon is 6xarea of one equilateral triangle of given side. If each side is 1m.then volume of this prism would be 6x(3)*(1/2)/4= 6x1.732/4 = 1.5x1.732=2.598m^2.

  • This question with this statement is not correct. Instead of every 88&44, correct figures should be 8&4. Then Kamal age is 40yrs and his son's age is 16 yrs.
  • Question statement is wrong, instead of 44yrs, correct option should be 4yrs, then they got married 12 yrs ago.
  • (V-6)/(S-6)=6/5, (V+4)/S+4)=11/10, solving both equations by cross-multiplying , we get S=16&V=18.
  • K+77=B and K/B=7/9, solving without difficulty, Bineesh's age is 7x77/2. And thus Kiran's age is (7x7x77)/(2x9), some mistake in statement and answers are all absurd fractions.
  • In lot of questions posted have absurd statements, giving fractional answers. Present age of sin is 15 yrs and hence after 6 yrs, son will be 21 yrs of age.
  • Son's present age is 19 yes and five years ago, he was 14 yrs old.
  • A=B+2, B=2C, ~ C=B/2, and A+B+C=27, put values of A&C in this equation, 5B/2=25, which gives us B=10.
  • If age of the youngest is'x' yrs, others would be x+3, x+6, x+9, and x+12 yrs old. Add ages of all five,we get 5x+30=50, thus 5x=20, so x=4, others ages are 7,10,13,16.
  • Using symbols, we get K/S=5/4, and (K+3)/(S+3)=11/9, putting K=5S/4 in second equation, (5S+12)/4(S+3)=11/9, solving we get S= 24 and K=30 .
  • Let present age of elder is 'x' yrs and present age of younger is 'x' yrs. So x=y+16 and x-66=33(y+16-66), putting value of x in second equation we get y+16-66=33(y-50), or y-50=33y-1650, or 33y-y=1650-50, or 32y=1600, or y=50yrs. So x=y+16=50+16=66, that is elder one is 66yrs of age prese...
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  • Sir, your experience in Mathematics is fantastic. Now my Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry become more strong. Thanks for teaching me Mathematics. I got very good marks by guideline of him.
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