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  • Female, 27 Years
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Dr. A

Associated for 2 Years
  • I teach at My Home
  • Online
  • Qualification:
    BDS
  • Experience:
    I am having 2 years of teaching experience. I teach Physics, English, Hindi and Biology of all boards for the standard VI - VIII. I teach English, Hindi, Zoology and Biology of all boards for the standard IX and X. I provide tuiti... More [+]
  • Teaches:
    Zoology, Biology, Hindi, English, Basic Computer, MS Office, Physics, Physiology, Spoken English, Public Speaking
  • Board:
    All Boards
  • Areas:
  • Pincode:
    201307
Profile Details
Profile Details

Qualification :

Pursuing MDS

Total Experience :

2 Years

I am having 2 years of teaching experience. I teach Physics, English, Hindi and Biology of all boards for the standard VI - VIII. I teach English, Hindi, Zoology and Biology of all boards for the standard IX and X. I provide tuition on English, Hindi, Physiology and Biology of all boards for the standard XI and XII. I also provide training on Public Speaking, Spoken English, Basic Computer and MS Office.

Tutoring Option:

Home Tuition Only

Tutoring Approach:

Tricks always not work but basic always. I have complete faith on it. Practice is the only key to success. Environment is just a factor. A regular test and proper learning improve your knowledge. Knowledge is power and power is knowledge. First read understand revise and self exam yourself. Honest with work and punctuality. If you are dedicated then no matter of IQ level and together we can prove it.

Hourly Fees [INR]:

800.00

Class 9 - 10 English, Hindi, Zoology, Biology, All Boards INR 500.00 /hour
Class 11 - 12 English, Hindi, Physiology, Biology, All Boards INR 800.00 /hour
English Speaking Public Speaking, Spoken English INR 600.00 /hour
Class 6 - 8 Physics, English, Hindi, Biology, All Boards INR 500.00 /hour
Basic Computer / Office Basic Computer, MS Office INR 500.00 /hour
Educational Resources
Educational Resources

Presentations prepared by me [2]

Bleeding And Clotting Disorders
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Blood and its related disorders are important for students to understand well. And more than that, it is important for every individual to be able to identify a case with such a disorder as such disorders may prove to be life threatening if ignored.

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Barrier Methods And Cross Infection Control
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This presentation explains in detail and illustrative manner about the importance of sterilization in a clinical setting and the methods of infection control. It is imperative for every individual to be aware of all these aspects of health care.

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  • Question: Do all organs of our body secrete hormones?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 01/06/2017

    Answer:

    A human body consists of different organs and glands, which are broadly divided into two types on the basis of their secretions: Exocrine glands and Endocrine glands. Excorine glands are responsible for secreting their contents into the blood stream through a ductal system and after passing through these ducts or channels, the secretions get mixed with blood. These secretions are mainly Enzymes which are responsible for various reactions in the body. Endocrine glands are responsible for secreting 'hormones', which are secreted and mixed directly into the bloodstream, where they carry out their specific actions. So the answer is No, not all the organs in the body secrete hormones. Only the endocrine glands of the body have that function. Additional interesting information: The only gland in the human body that is both endocrine and exocrine is the Pancreas. What are exocrine/endocrine secretions? Please explore more and dwell into the beautiful world of human physiology!

  • Question: Is Fluoride really that good for tooth enamel?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 01/06/2017

    Answer:

    Hi Amit. I am a dental surgeon by profession and it gives me immense pleasure to answer your question. Well, yes, Fluoride is a mineral that is essential for the development of teeth, forming their enamel. Most of the need for consuming fluoride is during the early years of childhood, when the permanent teeth are still in the stage of development. If not consumed adequately, fluoride deficiency may lead to weak enamel, making the teeth more prone to fractures. However, excessive fluoride consumption is also harmful to the teeth, causing a condition known as 'dental fluorosis'. And if consumed in an even more excess, may also lead to 'skeletal fluorosis' in which bones are affected. This is the reason why people who live in areas with known excessive fluoridated water develop stains on their teeth. These stains do not go away by simple cleaning procedures and require cumbersome chemical treatments which should ideally be avoided mostly. This fluorosis is not observed in milk teeth because the milk teeth are developed when the child is still in the mother's womb and at that time, the fluorine consumed by the mother does not reach the child since the mineral does not have the capability of crossing the placental barrier, that is the barrier between the mother and the developing foetus (child). So, yes, fluoride is important for tooth enamel because without it, the tooth becomes excessively weak and prone to fractures. However, excessive fluorine intake is harmful as well. Hope that clears a few concepts.

  • Answer:

    A human body consists of a number of nerve cells, or neurons. All the sensations in the body are attributed to the functioning of the nervous system, which is basically composed of these neurons. Talking specifically about touch sensation, it depends on the area where stimulus is applied, or is simple language, it depends on where a person is touched. All the surface area of skin, in normal healthy state, can detect even the slightest physical contact with an external stimulus. However, these sensations may reduce with age or disease. Areas which are composed of keratins and are devoid of neurons do not respond well to touch, like the nails or hair strands.

  • Answer:

    No. Both the twins have their individual set of chromosomes which re unique to each of them. Hence, such variations need not be similar in these cases.

  • Answer:

    Because increased temperature is responsible for dilation of blood vessels, which leads to more blood flow and increased inflammatory reaction happening at the site of injury.

  • Answer:

    Adrenaline is a hormone released by the adrenal glands. This hormone is known as a 'fright, fight, flight' hormone. In case of any stress, the hypothalamus gets activated and releases more adrenocorticotropin releasing hormone (ACTH), which goes and stimulates the adrenal glands to produce more adrenaline. Now this is clear that more adrenaline is released in cases of stress or tension. Adrenaline has the characteristic property of constricting the blood vessels, which leads to increase in the pressure of blood flowing. Therefore, as the vessels get constricted, less of blood is able to reach the same place in same time. To compensate for this, the heart starts beating faster so that more blood flows quickly and the heart rate or the cardiac output increases. Therefore, it is often noted that the heartbeat increases in the state of tension.

  • Question: What really causes cancer?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 01/06/2017

    Answer:

    Cancer broadly refers to a condition in which there is abnormal excessive proliferation of cells which exceeds the normal cell cycles. It may occur because of multiple factors like exposure to any carcinogenic agent, chronic irritation by any substance, and all of the factors are affected by the basic genetic buildup of the patient.

  • Question: Why are deciduous teeth shed?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 01/06/2017

    Answer:

    Tooth development occurs in two phases: the deciduous and the permanent. The deciduous teeth are 20 in number, are not sufficient to bear the heavy masticatory forces that are present in an adult. Hence, the nature is such that the deciduous teeth appear first in early childhood when the child's jaws are small. At this time, the permanent teeth buds start developing. As the person grows and the jaw size increases to accommodate more and bigger teeth, the permanent teeth start developing.

  • Question: Could plants do photosynthesis at moonlight?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 01/06/2017

    Answer:

    The rate of photosynthesis is directly proportional to sunlight. All the reactions take place in the presence of sunlight. As the sun sets, the rate also goes down. At night, very little amount these reactions may take place, but it is significantly less as compared to day time. And at the time of complete darkness, these reactions do not take place at all. Moonlight per se cannot carry out photosynthesis process.

  • Question: How do we differentiate organ and tissue?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 01/06/2017

    Answer:

    Tissue is a mere group of cells. And these tissues get aggregated together to form particular organs.

  • Question: What is this green micro-organism found living in water?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 01/06/2017

    Answer:

    Algae

  • Question: Why was the theory of natural selection criticized?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 01/06/2017

    Answer:

    Because it was a theory which did not take into account a number of other factors.

  • Question: What is a genetic disorder?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 01/06/2017

    Answer:

    Any disorder that occurs due to a defect in the chromosomal pattern or number

  • Question: What is a chromosome?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 01/06/2017

    Answer:

    These are strands of deoxyribonucleic acids, which occur in pairs and contain genetic information particular to an individual

  • Answer:

    Aerobic respiration occurs mostly in the presence of oxygen and anaerobic in the absence of oxygen

  • Question: What is the process of nutrition in Amoeba?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 01/06/2017

    Answer:

    Phagocytosis for cell eating and pinocytosis for liquid content, i.e. cell drinking

  • Question: What is the importance of osmoregulation for body cells?

    Posted in: Biology | Date: 01/06/2017

    Answer:

    For maintaining homeostasis, i.e. a state of equilibrium with the surrounding environment. This state is important for cell sustenance.

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