I have been teaching Mathematics, Physics, English, Chemistry to the students of class VI - X of all boards and Accountancy, Economics, Political Science, Business Studies to the students of class XI - XII of all boards since last... More [+]
Mathematics, English, All Subjects, Physics, Chemistry, Accountancy, Indirect Tax, Direct Tax, B.Com Tuition, BBA Subjects, Spoken English, Public Speaking, IELTS, Business English
I have been teaching Mathematics, Physics, English, Chemistry to the students of class VI - X of all boards and Accountancy, Economics, Political Science, Business Studies to the students of class XI - XII of all boards since last six years. I also teach Accountancy, Direct Tax, Indirect Tax, B.com subjects to the college students of Commerce stream and Management subjects to the students of BBA & MBA courses. My teaching style is unique it is beneficial for boards as well as competitive examination.
Home Tuition Only
I plan the lessons as per the student's ability to cop up and and moreover upon their needs. My teaching technique is student friendly and easy to understand which helps student understand it better. Weekly tests will be conducted to know the student's performance.
Hourly Fees [INR]:
Class 9 - 10
Mathematics, Physics, English, Chemistry, All Boards
INR 500.00 /hour
Class 11 - 12
Mathematics, Physics, Accountancy, Chemistry, All Boards
INR 500.00 /hour
Accountancy, Direct Tax, Indirect Tax, B.Com Tuition
INR 500.00 /hour
Public Speaking, IELTS, Spoken English, Business English
You have to start from the basic level. You have to understand the base of the english grammar. Tense, Determiners, prepositions, persons, voice change, narrations, parts of speech, clasue, gerund are the basic things you have to master. It is not very difficult. Buy a English grammar book of High school and go chronologically. You have to practise with your friends and closed ones. Read very good english newspaper every day and listen to news reading of good news channels like DD News, R&T, BBC etc. Along with speaking good english you need to increase your vocabulary and sharpen your accent. Best of luck for your genuine efforts.
Break Event Point is a 'no profit no loss'point. At this point, Total Cost(Fixed + Variable) is equivalent to Total Sales (or Turnover or Revenue). Beyond this point , one starts earning profit.
Break Event Point is calculated as follows-
1. BEP (in Units)= Fixed Cost/Contribution)
2. BEP (in Value)= Fixed Cost/ PV Ratio.
Demand of certain commodities is made by consumers and and the same is supplied by producers. When demand is more than supply, price of the commodities rises and vice versa. In the present market, from gold to petroleum products, the prices of all commodities are fixed by demand and supply forces barring the commodities where the government has the control.
Process costing is applied where identical goods in a large batch size is produced at the same time where differentiation can not be made between the produced goods. For example, Biscuits packets, Chocolates etc.
Job costing is applied where one unit is produced at a time having large value and as per the specific demand of the consumers. For example, it is applied in contract work.
Yes, depreciation is a non cash expense. It refers to the deteriorating state of fixed assets due continuous use in the business or due to normal wear and tear or due to technological obsolescence. Depreciation is charged to Profit and Loss A/c.
It entirely depends on your aim in life and area of interest. If you are in science background, you can appear various engineering entrance examinations such as JEE, AIEEE and for medical entrances like NEET and other state level entrance exams. you can appear for CLAT entrance for getting admission into Law course conducted by National Law University of India. If you are interested, then you can appear in entrance examinations of Chartered Accountancy(CA), Company Secretary(CS) and Cost and Management Accountant(CMA) courses
Separate Entity Concept refers to distinction of identity between owners and the business for recording transactions between owners and the business. For example, fund bought in by owners in the business should be recorded and shown as separate from other item as a capital.Capital is a liability of the business towards its owners.
1. Preference share is entitled a fixed rate of dividend and at the time of winding up of the company, preference shareholders are refunded their capital ahead of equity shareholders.
2. Equity share is not entitled any fixed and guaranteed rate of dividend and is entirely depended upon the availability of profits and decision of the management. However, equity shareholders have voting rights which is not available to preference shareholders generally.
3. Both equity shares and preference shares form the shareholders' fund.