MPT - 171901

Rohit K Male, 20 Years

Associated for 4 Years 2 Months
Hi, I am Rohit who always loves to experience the teaching.
Technology Tutor

Activity Score - 53

  • Total Experience:
    2 Years
  • Hourly Fees:
    INR 850
Tutoring Experience :

I am Rohit Kumar, student of 4th Yr. Dept. of AEI, SMIT, scored 70. 30 % in 10th(CBSE), 67.20 % in 12th(BSEB) and with current CGPA of 7.90 equivalent to 79.00 % and also being the Gold Medalist for several Technical Projects. Apart from that I have the tutoring experience of 2 Years from 2010-2012 for class viii-ix.

Tutoring Option :
I Can Manage Both
Tutoring Approach :

My tutoring plans are as follows: 1. First I used to take a test and check the student's approach that where he/she stands. 2. Then I used to teach them from the very basics and for that if i need to show them the practical then i used to show the videos for that approach. 3. After teaching i always gives home tasks to each and everyone but I am strict in that because sometimes I am rude with parents also if their children have not done the homework. 4. Then at every weekend i used to take the test. 5. If the students doesn't perform then i usually try to convince them by giving gifts on every test. 6. And Lastly I prefer students who are weak in their studies so that I can help them to score good marks. So, This is the methodology which i used to follow but i can only make your student better day by day only if you helps me by caring your children. Thanks in advance!

Class 1 - 5 Mathematics Computer Science All Boards INR 100 / Hour
Class 9 - 10 Mathematics Computer Science Economics CBSE/ICSE INR 150 / Hour
Technology Embedded Systems INR 850 / Hour
Academic Enrichment Mental Mathematics INR 200 / Hour
Class 6 - 8 Mathematics Computer Science Economics CBSE INR 120 / Hour
Basic Computer / Office Basic Computer INR 200 / Hour
  • Question: How do you add a picture as the background for a slide?

    Posted in: Computer | Date: 06/12/2015



    1. Right-choose the slide that you want to add a background picture to and then choose Format Background.

    2. In the Format Background pane, choose Picture or texture fill.

    3. Under Insert picture from, do one of the following:

    • To insert a picture from a file, choose File, and then locate and choose the picture that you want to insert.

    • To paste a picture that you previously copied, choose Clipboard.

    • To use a picture from Bing, choose Online, and then in the Insert Images dialog box, in the search box, type a word or phrase that describes the picture that you want.

    • To adjust a picture's relative lightness or transparency — or the difference between its darkest and lightest areas (contrast), in the Format Background pane, under Fill, slide the Transparency bar to the left or right.

    4. To apply the picture as the background to all slides in your presentation, choose Apply to All. 

  • Answer:

    It’s normally the case that some devices transfer the output either in a bursty or a sequential manner and also during input entry. If we take the example of keyboards, all the data entered is stored in a buffer and given at a time or one character at a time. In case of networking there may be several requests to access the same resource and all these are queued in a buffer and serviced in the order they are received Hence to avoid the input/output units from getting overloaded with requests, we use multibyte buffers.


    Hope You have got your answer.

  • Question: How can you insert pictures from a file?

    Posted in: Computer | Date: 06/12/2015


    I hope you have asked this question for powerpoint. Then the answer is:


    1. Select the Insert tab, then click the Pictures command in the Images group.

    2. A dialog box will appear. Locate and select the desired image file, then click Insert.

    3. The picture will appear on the currently selected slide.

  • Answer:

    1. dir - Lists all files and directories in the current directory. By default the dir command lists the files and directories in alphabetic order.

    2. dir *.exe - The above command lists any file that ends with the .exe file extension. See the wildcarddefinition for further wildcard examples.

    3. dir *.txt *.doc - The above is using multiple filespecs to list any files ending with .txt and .doc in one command.

    4. dir /ad - List only the directories in the current directory. If you need to move into one of the directories listed use the cd command.

    5. dir /s - Lists the files in the directory that you are in and all sub directories after that directory, if you are at root "C:\>" and type this command this will list to you every file and directory on the C: drive of the computer.

    6. dir /p - If the directory has lots of files and you cannot read all the files as they scroll by, you can use this command and it displays all files one page at a time.

    7.dir /w - If you don't need file information you can use this command to list only the files and directories going horizontally, taking as little as space needed.

    8. dir /s /w /p - This would list all the files and directories in the current directory and the sub directories after that, in wide format and one page at a time.

    9. dir /on - List the files in reverse alphabetical order by the names of the files.

    10. dir \ /s |find "i" |more - A nice command to list all directories on the hard drive, one screen page at a time, and see the number of files in each directory and the amount of space each occupies.

    11. dir > myfile.txt - Takes the output of dir and re-routes it to the file myfile.txt instead of outputting it to the screen.

  • Answer:

    No.SOAPREST1)SOAP is a protocol------REST is an architectural style.2)SOAP stands for Simple Object Access Protocol-------------REST stands for REpresentational State Transfer.3)SOAP can't use REST because it is a protocol--------------------REST can use SOAP web services because it is a concept and can use any protocol like HTTP, SOAP.4)SOAP uses services interfaces to expose the business logic------------------REST uses URI to expose business logic.5)JAX-WS is the java API for SOAP web services---------------JAX-RS is the java API for RESTful web services.6)SOAP defines standards to be strictly followed------------REST does not define too much standards like SOAP.7)SOAP requires more bandwidth and resource than REST-------------REST requires less bandwidth and resource than SOAP.8)SOAP defines its own security---------RESTful web services inherits security measures from the underlying transport.9)SOAP permits XML data format only---------REST permits different data format such as Plain text, HTML, XML, JSON etc.10)SOAP is less preferred than REST-------------REST more preferred than SOAP.

  • Answer:

    Mobile Computing is a technology that allows transmission of data, voice and video via a computer or any other wireless enabled device without having to be connected to a fixed physical link. The main concept involves:

    Mobile communication

    Mobile hardware

  • Answer:

    Difference between First and Second Generation  

    First Generation--------------Second Generation

    1.Vacuum tubes were used as internal components.--------------Transistors were used as internal component. 2.The sizes of computer were very huge called mainframes.----------------The sizes of computer were smaller than first generation & were called as mini computer.3.They were low speed computer.---------They were 10 times faster than first generation computer.4.Main memory was in the form of magnetic drum.------------Main memory was in the form RAM and ROM.5.Punched card and magnetic tape was used.--------------Magnetic tape was used.6.Machine language was used.-----------------Assembly language was used.

  • Question: What does computer input unit consist of ?

    Posted in: Basic Computer | Date: 06/12/2015


    Pointing devices are the most commonly used input devices today. A pointing device is any human interface device that allows a user to input spatial data to a computer. In the case of mouse and touchpads, this is usually achieved by detecting movement across a physical surface. Analog devices, such as 3D mice, joysticks, or pointing sticks, function by reporting their angle of deflection. Movements of the pointing device are echoed on the screen by movements of the pointer, creating a simple, intuitive way to navigate a computer's graphical user interface (GUI).

  • Answer:

    Formulas are equations that perform calculations on values in your worksheet. A formula starts with an equal sign (=). For example, the following formula multiplies 2 by 3 and then adds 5 to the result.


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