Sir is an IT Analyst at TCS where he worked with the US education system. Prior to this, he worked at South Point School as a physics teacher. He was motivated by his sister who is a teacher and he personally wanted to spread education as far as possible.
What was your area of interest during graduation? How did you go about developing knowledge in this area?
Would you call your style of teaching unique? How important do you think innovation is in education?
I wouldn’t call my teaching style unique but pretty much normal. Innovation in teaching is important but according to me one should teach in a way that the student understands the concepts easily. I focus mostly on 3 things —
1. Content creation
2. Copy representation
3. Self confidence
These I believe are the key to succcess!
Since failure is a part & parcel of life yet not well handled, what is your advice for young adults on facing failure and criticism and building themselves from scratch?
Failure is the pillar of success. My advice to all would be “Face failure and try to overcome it. With time, success will be all yours “. Don’t get demotivated since everyone takes his/her own time to learn and no one is perfect. Hence, there is no end to learning and failure is a part of life.
As an inspiration for students, what is the importance you place on pursuing one’s passion? How important is it for children to understand this and parents to encourage it?
With the advent of technology, the increasing use of social media and gadgets is a serious issue with students these days. Do you view this as a problem? If yes, how can teachers/parents mitigate this?
What would be your message to a student who is yet to decide his/her career?
We would like to thank Sir for pursuing this profession so selflessly and contributing towards shaping the future generation.
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