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  • Male, 33 Years
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Ram P

Impart value education to an extent of individual success
  • Qualification:
    B.A, M.A
  • Experience:
    A supportive and innovative tutor with Three years of extensive experience in teaching students of class VI to class XII in various subjects: Science, Social Science, mathematics and also has proficiency in teaching Political Scie... More [+]
  • Teaches:
    Social Studies, Physics, Mathematics, Geography, Political Science, History, IBPS, Bank PO, Bank Clerical
  • Board:
    ICSE, CBSE, Local State Board, IGCSE
  • Areas:
  • Pincode:
    110084
Profile Details
Profile Details

Qualification :

B.A Osmania University, Hyderabad 2009
M.A IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi 2015

Total Experience :

4 Years

A supportive and innovative tutor with Three years of extensive experience in teaching students of class VI to class XII in various subjects: Science, Social Science, mathematics and also has proficiency in teaching Political Science, History and Geography for class XI and class XII in English medium. Also teach quant and reasoning for various competitive examinations.

Tutoring Option:

I Can Manage Both

Tutoring Approach:

Expertise in dealing with subjects by demonstrating real life examples and correlating it with day to day activities thereby making thing easier to understand and retaining it for a long duration. Also understanding students problem and help them to quickly grasp the basic idea of related subject. Help individual to develop abilities by using interactive discussion and get a better understanding of the concerned subject.

Hourly Fees [INR]:

400.00

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Class 9 - 10 Mathematics, Physics, Geography, Social Studies, ICSE, CBSE, Local State Board, IGCSE INR 400.00 /hour
Class 11 - 12 Physics, History, Geography, Political Science, CBSE, ICSE, Local State Board INR 500.00 /hour
Competitive Exams Bank Clerical, IBPS, Bank PO INR 750.00 /hour
Answer
Answer
  • Answer:

    Right to freedom (Art 19-22) is one of the six fundamental rights enshrined in our constitution. Here clusters means a group of various kinds. In article 19 itself there are six rights e.g. Protection of rights against freedom of Speech, assembly, association, movement, residence and profession. Further Art 20 deals with Protection in respect of conviction, Art 21 deals with protection of life and liberty, Art 21a deals with right to elementary eductaion and Art 22 deals with protection against arrest and detention in certain cases. Hence by looking at above provisions we can say that Right to freedom is actually a cluster of several rights.

  • Question: How is Prime Minister appointed?

    Posted in: Political Science | Date: 21/02/2016

    Answer:

    It is interesting to know that there is not any specific procedure contain in our constituion for selection and appointment of PM but Art 75 says only that PM shall be appointed by President. It doesn't mean here that President is free to appoint anyone as PM. according to parliamentary convention President has to appoint the leader of the majority party in the Lok sabha as the PM. and if there is no clear majority then President uses his discretion in selection and appointment of PM.

  • Question: Which body elects the Rajya Sabha Members?

    Posted in: Political Science | Date: 21/02/2016

    Answer:

    Members of RS are elected by elected member of state legislative assemblies on the principle of proportional representation by means of single transferable vote. Seats to the states are allotted on the basis of population in India unlike USA (50 states) where all states are having equal representation. In india state having large population automatically have more number of representatives. e.g. Uttar Pradesh has 31 members.

  • Question: Which is the highest court in India?

    Posted in: Political Science | Date: 21/02/2016

    Answer:

    Supreme court is at the top of integrated judicial system in india and high courts below it.

  • Answer:

    Maximum gap is not more than six months between two parliamentary session. Here please understand that the session means that period during which house meets to conducts its business. In India there are three sessions (BMW) conducted by parliament i.e. Budget session, Monsoon session and then Winter session.

  • Question: What is an Impeachment?

    Posted in: Political Science | Date: 21/02/2016

    Answer:

    Basic meaning of Impeachment is to "removal of official, who is accused of some unlawful activity" from Office through a well defined procedure and basis. In Indian context we can try to understand this term by this example. suppose if i say removal of president then it is wrong rather we say impeachment of President. This term is not generally used. It is used for the removal of specific constitutional post in India like President, SC Judge. Prez of India can be imeached on the basis of violation of the constitution but it is interesting  to mention here that constitution does not define this phrase.

  • Answer:

    USA justify the action of dropping bombs over Hiroshima and Nagasaki is to end the war quickly, however critics said that USA want to show his strength to USSR and also remind her to restrain its communist expansion in Asia region.   

  • Answer:

    Lord Curzon said that for better administration Bengal should be divided into two region, however his hidden motive is to divide the people means Hindu and Muslim, secondly to weaken the Bengal intellengitia. Pls understand here that during those time bengal was hub of highly educated middle class people who regularly try to awaken the people of India against the oppresive policy of British.

  • Question: Why was the Non - cooperation Movement withdrawn?

    Posted in: History | Date: 21/02/2016

    Answer:

    Chauri Chaura incident was the main and only reason to wthdraw the Non Coperation movement. Chauri Chaura is a place in Uttar Pradesh. Here people were protesting against the British policy and in return police officials fired upon them which leads to death of few individuals. People got agitated and they killed many police officials and burnt the police station. Gandhiji was against any kind of violence and also he was apprehended that if his movement become a violent one then many innocent lives will be compromised. Hence he ordered to withdraw this movement. However pls note here that his action was severly criticised by the S.C. Bose and other leadres of Indian National Congress. 

  • Answer:

    Both movements have differed ideology but there goal was same i.e. to protest against the british. To elaborate more Khilafat movement started to protect the position of Khalifa in turkey and restoration of its power which were taken away by the british, as Turkey was fought World war 1 from Axis power side.However we all know about the Non coperation Movement. Gandhiji was looking this opportunity (khilafat movement) to broaden the base of protest and also to unite the hindu muslim who were separated after the formation of Muslim League. Also Gandhiji condemn the action of British Action against the Turkey and later decided to merge these two movements.

  • Answer:

    It can be filled online through its official website www.ibps.in and not through any other mode.

  • Answer:

    In India Many muslims revered the postion of Caliph of turkey and  follow its ideology. Khilafat movement was launched by Ali brothers to protect the position of Caliph in turkey and restoration of its power which were taken away by the british, as Turkey was fought World war 1 from Axis power side. It was a pan islamic movement.

  • Answer:

    Sepoys were actually considered as peasants in uniform.Most of the sepoys were belong to UP and Bihar region and after the annexation of Oudh by british on the basis of maladministration of that region, discontentment among sepoys is quite natural. However there are other reason also like discrimination with sepoys, they were paid low wages and faced constant and verbal &  physical abuse from their bosses, allowances/ batta is also one of the reasons. They were also forbade to put caste marks on their foreheads and not allow to wear turbans.

  • Question: Who was the founder of the 'Forward Bloc'?

    Posted in: History | Date: 23/02/2016

    Answer:

    Subhash Chandra Bose established the "Forward Bloc" in 1939 just after leaving the congress.

  • Question: What is Appellate Jurisdiction?

    Posted in: Political Science | Date: 23/02/2016

    Answer:

    Appellate jurisdiction means a court of appeal which hear appeals against the judgement of subordinate courts on various matter like civil, criminal matters etc.. This court of appeal can be high court or Supreme court as well.

  • Answer:

    Executive Powers of the President of India:

    • All actions of govt. are formally taken in his name.
    • can appoint PM, Attorney General, Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG).
    • can appoint Chief Election commissioner, Chairman of UPSC and its memebers and Finanace commission also.
    • Can appoint a commission to investigate into condition of SCs/STs.

    Legislative powers:

    • Promulgation of Ordinance when parliament is not in session.
    • Nomination of 12 members of Rajya sabha.
    • Can nominate 02 members to lok sabha of anglo indian community.
    • Summon or prorogue the parliament and dissolve the lok sabha.
    • Also summon a joint sitting of both the houses of parliament.

  • Answer:

    Freedom to press comes under Art 19 (a) which belongs to Right to freedom.

  • Answer:

    Common qualification/eligibility to become President or Governor:

    • He should be citizen of India.
    • Should have completed 35 years of age.

     

  • Answer:

    Council of minister is a wider body normally consists of 60 to 70 members while cabinet is a smaller body of 15 to 20 memebers. COM is constitutional body while cabinet is inserted after amendment in constitution. COM vested with all powers but in theory however in practice it is cabinet who exercise its power.

  • Question: Earth quake in Bhuj was occurred in which year?

    Posted in: Social Studies | Date: 23/02/2016

    Answer:

    26 Jan 2001.

  • Answer:

    It was R Venkataraman. Actually Mandal commission submitted report in 1980 itself and recommended for 27% reservation but after 10 years it was V.P Singh govt in 1990 who declared reservation of 27%.

  • Answer:

    It is UNESCO.

  • Answer:

    It is Habeas corpus which literally means "to have the body of". It can be issued against both public authorities as well as private individuals.

  • Answer:

    When Financial emergency is imposed under Art 360 then on the issued direction by the president of India Salaries and allowances of SC judges may be reduced.

  • Answer:

    Governor nominate 01 memeber to the state legislative assembly from the anglo indian community. Also he nominates one sixth members of state legislative council from amongst person having spl. knowledge and practical experience in art, science, literature etc.

  • Answer:

    Oath of office is administered by Chief justice of India (CJI) to the President.

  • Question: By whom was 'social contract' written?

    Posted in: Social Studies | Date: 25/02/2016

    Answer:

    If  you are asking about books then it was Jean-Jacques Rousseau. However the above named theory was developed by Hobbes, John Lock and rousseau.

  • Question: In which group of Hemisphere India is located?

    Posted in: Social Studies | Date: 25/02/2016

    Answer:

    It is Northern Hemisphere.

  • Answer:

    It is UNSC ( united nation security council).

Reviews
Reviews
  • He has command over subjects he taught. He is good at explaining and correlate with day to day example. His way of teaching is also good.
    Reviewed by: Prakash
  • He is a nice teacher. He teaches very well.
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