MPT - 83502

Santhakumar S Male, 29 Years

Associated for 5 Years 4 Months
Class 9 - 10 Tutor

Activity Score - 495

Qualification :
  • M.Tech (KU - 2012)
  • Total Experience:
    4 Years
  • Hourly Fees:
    INR 299
Tutoring Experience :

I did my M.Tech from IIT Kanpur and B.E(Mechanical Engineering) from Anna University.I have 4 years teaching  experience and also i cracked many times in GATE Exams...I can handle VIII to XII ,B.Sc,Diploma and B.E including all subjects like Mechanical Engineering Subjects, Mathematics,Physics,Chemistry,etc. Higher Secondary - XI & XII ( CBSE / State ) ( Accountancy, Business Studies / Commerce, Economics, Business Maths, Mathematics, Tamil )    High School Courses - VI - X ( All Subjects / All Boards). We are running SSR MADE EASY Institute and also we are providing HOME TUTORS.We have more 500 tutors allover chennai..Every tutors having very good experience and very good qualifications..

Tutoring Option :
I Can Manage Both
Tutoring Approach :

My approach will be depend 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.

Class 9 - 10 Mathematics Physics Geography Chemistry All Boards INR 299 / Hour
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Online Tutoring
Prior Online Tutoring Experience?
Tuition Fees:
INR 400
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Online Tools Details :
Online Availability :
Any time

2 Presentations prepared by me

  • 12 CBSE Maths-Matrices

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  • Temperature,Heat And 1st Lw Of Thermodynamics

    2 times downloaded

  • Question: What is the formula for coefficient of restitution?

    Posted in: Physics | Date: 24/10/2015



    When there is a head on Collision between two bodies, the ratio of their relative velocity after collision and their relative velocity before collision is called the Coefficient of restitution.Thus

    e = (v1−v2)/(u1−u2)

    Here, Initial velocity of object 1 = u1, Initial velocity of object 2 = u2, Final Velocity of object 1 = v1, Final Velocity of object 2 = v2.


    For a perfectly elastic collision, the value of e is 1 If 0 < e < 1, then the collision is inelastic.  For a perfectly inelastic collision, e = 0.  If e > 1, then the collision is a super-elastic collision.

  • Answer:



    Pitch is the term we use to describe the psychological sensation or perception of a sound by people.

    Pitch is sometimes confused with frequency, the term we use to describe the physical phenomena of sound energy created by a series of vibrations.


    Loudness is a quality defined as the intensity of sound energy as it comes in contact with an eardrum or other surface. Another term describing loudness is amplitude.


    One caveat before we start! Timbre is the most complex quality of the six to understand, much less teach to someone. It combines the concepts of frequency and loudness through time. There is also an entire set of mathematics that supports these concepts related to the harmonic series. With this in mind here's a go at it...

    The perceived quality of any sound, such as bright or dull, wooden or metallic, etc. is called timbre. Musicians use the term 'tone color' to describe the way instruments sound together or separately. An 18th century scientist, named Joseph Fourier (1768 - 1830), proved mathematically that any sound is actually made up of a set of multiple frequencies called theharmonic series.

  • Question: What is the difference between blood and lymph?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 24/10/2015



    Blood = Plasma + Cells (RBC’s, WBC’s, Platelets)

    Lymph = Plasma + WBC’s

    Plasma = Water + Nutrients + Waste products + Gases (i.e. everything except any cell)

                Blood                                                       Lymph

    1. It forms circulatory system                    1. It forms lymphatic system

    2. RBC’s and platelets present                   2. RBC’s and platelets absent

    3. Neutrophils are more                             3. Lymphocytes in largest amount

    4. Soluble proteins in large amount but       4. Soluble proteins in small amount and insoluble                                           insoluble in small amount                          in large amount

    5. Oxygen and nutrients in large amount     5. Carbon-di-oxide in large amount

     but carbon-di-oxide less

    6. It is of red color                                     6. It is colorless


  • Question: Which part of the human brain controls body temperature?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 30/01/2016


    HI Uttam R

    This is the answer for your question,

    The brain regulates body temperature, keeping it within a narrow range. The consequences when this fails can be life-threatening: elderly people, whose temperature regulation may be impaired, frequently die of heat stroke during heat waves.

    The master temperature controller region in the brain is called the preoptic area. Neurons in this region adjust the balance between heat generation and heat loss from the body, using nerve connections to regulate skin blood flow, sweating and heat generation by specialized fat deposits (brown fat). If temperature falls too low, it also initiates shivering. These mechanisms set body temperature, but not always to an identical level. Our temperature is adjusted to about 1 degree lower at night, for example, and upwards by one or two degrees if we are sick and run a fever. We also know that these nerve cells in the preoptic region take account not only of brain temperature but also of skin temperature.

  • Question: Which day is celebrated as the Human Rights Day?

    Posted in: History | Date: 30/01/2016


    Human Rights Day is observed by the international community every year on 10 December

  • Question: Which fluid transports fatty acid and glycerol?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 30/01/2016


    Hi Praveen,

    Most fatty acids and glycerol pass into the lymphatic system and then the bloodstream. Once in the blood nutrients are carried to all cells of the body. Some are oxidised to produce energy and others are used to repair the cell or build new cells

  • Question: What is the micro-organism that causes AIDS?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 30/01/2016


    Hi ,

    It is actually a VIRUS humano immunodefeciency virus HIV,which later progresses into aids by harming the immune system. Use protection and stay away from sluts

  • Question: What happens when a cell placed in hypotonic solution?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 30/01/2016


    Hi Kishore K,

    The hypotonic solution has more solvent (Like, let's say, water) than solute (Let's say in this case, salt). So water always wants to move from an area of high concentration to low concentration. Since the extracellular fluid (the fluid outside of the cell) has a higher concentration of water than the cell, the water will move into the cell. The vacuole, where the cell's materials like water are storedwhich also upholds the structure of the cell, will swell up. It will swell until it pops, and when it pops, it ruins the structure of the cell.

  • Question: Who were the leaders of the Khilafat Movement?

    Posted in: History | Date: 30/01/2016



    The decision to call of the disobedience campaign by Gandhi weakened the Hindu-Muslim unity, but the Muslims were determined to carry on with the Khilafat Movement. Unfortunately, they cared more about the fate of the Khalifa than did the new rulers of Turkey. In 1922, the Sultan was deprived of Political power. Two years later, the new ruler of Turkey, Kemal Attaturk abolished the Khilafat and exiled the Khalifa, Muhammad VI. IT made no difference what Indian Muslims or BritishPoliticians wanted. The Turks themselves had abolished the Khilafat. Consequently, the Khilafat Movement in India also came to an End.

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