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Associated for 6 Years 7 Months
  • Qualification:
    M.Sc electronics
  • Experience:
    I have 10 years of experience in teaching Maths and Physics Subjects
  • Teaches:
    Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Algebra, Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation, Robotics
  • Board:
    CBSE, All Boards
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Qualification :

M.Sc electronics

Total Experience :

10 Years

I have 10 years of experience in teaching Maths and Physics Subjects

Tutoring Option:

Home Tuition Only

Tutoring Approach:

My aim as a tutor is to create in my students a deep understanding and confidence in answering exam questions and  being able to tackle new and unfamiliar problems.   My philosophy is based on the idea that learning happens in an environment of mutual respect in which the student is encouraged to think and make new connections for themselves.  My experience has been that one-to-one personal tuition has a unique valueto students because of the ability to resolve the students’ personal barriers to learning in a way that lays the foundations for a deep and lasting understanding of the subject.

My approach varies depending on the student’s needs and learning style. However my teaching philosophy is based on encouraging students to think for themselves, usingreal-world examples wherever possible. I start from topics the students are comfortable with and move gradually towards more complex areas as their confidence builds. I use questions and examples to check understanding continually.  I don’t lecture to students or ask them to memorise things.  Nor do I do the students’ homework for them!

Hourly Fees [INR]:


Class 9 - 10 Mathematics, Physics, Algebra, CBSE, English Medium INR 100.00 /hour
Class 11 - 12 Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science, All Boards, All Medium INR 300.00 /hour
Engineering Subjects Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation INR 350.00 /hour
Class 6 - 8 Mathematics, Physics, Algebra, All Boards INR 100.00 /hour
STEM Activities Robotics INR 300.00 /hour
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Notes written by me [2]

Maxima And Minima
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Locate relative maxima, minima and saddle points of functions of two variables.

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Kirchoff's laws

  • Question: How is a transistor biased to be in active state ?

    Posted in: Physics | Date: 22/07/2016


    In order to use the transistor as an amplifier, it must be operated in the active mode. The BE junction is forward biased whereas the CB junction is reverse biased. Figure below shows both n-p-n and p-n-p transistors biased in the active mode of operation.


    To operate in active mode, a transistor’s VBE must be greater than zero and VBC must be negative. Thus, the base voltage must be less than the collector, but greater than the emitter. That also means the collector must be greater than the emitter.

    In reality, we need a non-zero forward voltage drop (abbreviated either Vth, Vγ, or Vd) from base to emitter (VBE) to “turn on” the transistor. Usually this voltage is usually around 0.6V.


  • Question: What is meant by quality factor of an LCR circuit?

    Posted in: Physics | Date: 22/07/2016


    The Q, quality factor, of a resonant circuit is a measure of the “goodness” or quality of a resonant circuit. A higher value for this figure of merit corresponds to a more narrow bandwith, which is desirable in many applications. More formally, Q is the ratio of power stored to power dissipated in the circuit reactance and resistance, respectively:

    Q = Pstored/Pdissipated = I2X/I2R Q = X/R where: X = Capacitive or Inductive reactance at resonance R = Series resistance.

    This formula is applicable to series resonant circuits, and also parallel resonant circuits if the resistance is in series with the inductor. This is the case in practical applications, as we are mostly concerned with the resistance of the inductor limiting the Q. Note: Some text may show X and R interchanged in the “Q” formula for a parallel resonant circuit. This is correct for a large value of R in parallel with C and L. Our formula is correct for a small R in series with L.

    A practical application of “Q” is that voltage across L or C in a series resonant circuit is Q times total applied voltage. In a parallel resonant circuit, current through L or C is Q times the total applied current.

  • Question: What dose a polaroid consist of?

    Posted in: Physics | Date: 22/07/2016


    It consists of many microscopic crystals ofiodoquinine sulfate (herapathite) embedded in a transparent nitrocellulose polymer film. The needle-like crystals are aligned during manufacture of the film by stretching or by applying electric or magnetic fields. With the crystals aligned, the sheet is dichroic: it tends to absorb light which is polarized parallel to the direction of the crystal alignment, but transmits light which is polarized perpendicular to it. The resultant electric field of an electromagnetic wave (such as light) determines its polarization.

       In Short , it is made up  of is a polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) polymer impregnated with iodine. During manufacture, the PVA polymer chains are stretched such that they form an array of aligned, linear molecules in the material. The iodine dopant attaches to the PVA molecules and makes them conducting along the length of the chains.

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