I hold a PhD (doctorate) in Electronics and Computer Science from a university in London.
My CV includes a UK bachelors degree in Electronic Engineering. Furthermore, I completed my A level (University of Cambridge) and GCSEs (Edexcel).
I have also studied economics and finance at LSE at a masters level; albeit for a couple of semesters.
I hold qualifications at and from all the possible RQF levels 1-8 of England.
Familiar with the national curriculum for England and Wales; including primary and secondary syllabi, GCSE and A level structure and eleven-plus entrance exams.
1) Postgraduate (Masters/MRes/MSc): 1 year
2) Undergraduate (Bachelors/BEng/BSc): 2-3 years
3) College/Sixth form (A level): 1 year
4) GCSE: 2 years
5) School (Primary/Secondary): various
6) Teacher at City of Westminster College
Each pupil is different. One approach which is valid to one person will/may not suit another person. Hence, a wide spectrum of traditional and innovative approaches is employed. These can include, but are not limited to: interactive learning, Q&A learning, taught lesson and follow-up written work; oral and/or written tests; entertainment-based learning; technology-based learning, etc. One of the main goals of all the approaches is to instil a can-do attitude in students and establish and build their confidence in the concerned subjects.
|Languages||English (British), French, Urdu, Hindi|
|References Available||On File|
|University of Westminster||2016||Doctorate||PhD in Electronics and Computer Science|
|University of Westminster||2012||Bachelors||BEng (Hons) Electronic Engineering|
|LSE||2008||Bachelors||Majors in Economics and Minors in Finance|
|Bloomfield Hall Sixth Form||2007||School||A Level|