I am a professional who works in R&D in a consumer goods company. I have a PhD in engineering from University of Edinburgh. I deal with tricky mathematics and physics problems every day. and have advanced degrees in both. I graduated from Indian Institute of Technology , Kanpur in India in 2010 with a masters degree.
I have tutored undergraduate students in the university on their fluid mechanics courses(physics). In India, during my Maters years I taught a course on Mechanics of solids (Physics) for 50 students. I have also working experience in India, when I worked for a non-governmental organisation to tutor 10 year kids on Maths and physics for more than a year during my Undergraduate days.
I love teaching. For me knowledge is well wasted if one is not willing to spread it. My approach to teaching have been mostly based on understanding the student's attitude towards learning. For me learning and training are different things. I was fortunate enough to go through these two kinds of education, when I was in my high school, I was mostly trained to solve problems, I was not learning and appreciating science and nature of the problem. When I went to my undergraduate, I understood the differences. I give freedom to tutee to learn by himself and try to help him understand the problem rather than giving him tricks to solve it. My approach is more learning based.
|Languages||English (British), Hindi|
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (evenings)|
|References Available||On File|
|Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India||2010||Masters||Master, Hydrualics engineering|
|Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India||2009||Bachelors||Bachelors, Civil Engineering|
|University of Edinburgh||2014||Doctorate||PhD, Mechanical|
|Newcastle University||2015||Professional||Post doctorate|
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