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Shravani P.

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Acharya Vihar, Bhubaneswar, India- 751022.

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I have not really obtained any formal education in the teaching field, to be honest. However, during my time spent at the National Law University in Calcutta, I took to teaching as a hobby, and rather a creative, on-the-side pursuit. And I started by teaching what I loved most- English. Since I used to top the subject in school, I had immense confidence that I would teach the subject well. Not only would I benefit my students, I would also learn in the process. With this thought in my mind, I started teaching and continued the same for a year, a year before I finished college.

The best part about teaching something one loves and is passionate about, is the inherent potential a teacher discovers within himself/herself, while trying to reach different types of students through a common thread of knowledge-sharing. The interaction, the exhilaration in knowing someone gets benefit by this sharing of knowledge is a tremendous satisfaction no amount of money in the world can compensate for. Education is and will continue to be one of the fastest-growing sectors of the Indian economic and political infrastructure and it would be foolish to belittle the impact teaching and teachers have and shall continue to have on the society. In short, I love teaching because it gives me the simplest and purest joy of seeing a student at a higher intellectual level of awareness and understanding, after being taught. To know I have contributed to a greater cause, and a bigger end product is deeply satisfying.

I have no such particular style in teaching, although I like to make it less burdensome for students. Learning is best received and accepted when it isnt 'learning' to the mind. That's the motto I follow. And accordingly, I try and integrate my lessons in a way that ensures students learn the maximum they can, without letting their brain realize the burden of the same. Narrations, illustrations, and even a bit of story-telling can go a long way in easing students to the learning process.

My ability to engage students in an interactive discussion, patience, dedication, adaptability and attention to detail are my core strengths in teaching.

Subjects I love the most - English and everything related to it. Be it your school or college-level exams, play-writing, article-writing, essay writing, content writing, proofreading, story-telling...you name it and I'll make sure you get the best tips and training to go about it.
I also love cooking, photography and script writing a lot, and am keen to teach the same as well.

In the short span of one year that I taught two high-school students at the brink of their 10th std. Board exams, I learnt not only to adapt my teaching style to two different students, in the same session and give individual attention to both; but I also learnt the dynamics of making results achievable in a short span of time, under pressure. It brought to the fore a very important lesson teachers forget in the course of time - the fact that a one-size-fits-all approach rarely works in teaching. Since students can be of different kinds, possessed of different attention spans, it is important to devise a teaching plan which allows flexibility and the ability to cater to a larger, varied audience at the same time.

I have worked as a legal advisor in a public sector company for more than three years. I have also had a stint as a freelance writer during college and continue to do so, in my spare time. I have been a part of theater workshops and am well-versed with script-writing as well.

In-person teaching is the mode I have tried. However, I am open to using Skype and other technology-based tools available to teach students, irrespective of their location.

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Languages Spoken

Bengali, English, Oriya, Hindi

Education

Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.) from The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata in 2011.

Address

Acharya Vihar, Bhubaneswar, India- 751022.

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"How to speak with a client while having a conversation on call?" in   Language/Spoken English

Client conversations are usually conference calls where apart from the client, you have a couple more people giving their inputs and monitoring the calls. It is important you stay alert throughout the conversation, since you are representing your company/organization and you do not want to jeopardize its chances with the client, who is of course, bringing in business for the company. Listen clearly, and do not jump to responding till you have heard all the client has to say. If this is a negotiation, of course there will be a back and forth, and you will put forth your claims/assertions/bargains as the conversation goes on; however, do remember to be respectful and polite at all times. Even when you do not agree with the client's terms. These days most company clients are foreign investors, foreigners seeking outsourced work and the like. It is inevitable that will speak with an accent. Though in many organizations, it is being instructed to speak in the same accent the client speaks so as to be on the same page, please do not attempt it if you do not get the client's accent right and are able to incorporate the same in your speech. The client may find it insulting, or even downplay the company and its employees (of which you are a part) as a player desperate to impress foreign clients and hike business. I am not aware if you know what the rest of the world thinks about India, but it pays to remember that foreign clients as more likely to respect individuality and adherence to your cultural roots while trying to do business, rather than selling yourself completely to make money. Of course, you will deal with Indian clients too. A good rule of winning someone over in a meeting or a conversation is to behave like the other person. I don't mean, literally. It means, if your client switches to the local language (assuming you know i too), then try and respond in the same. Do not flaunt your English-speaking skills if the client seems to be more comfortable in Hindi. A customer is more likely to remember your services if you pay attention and are sensitive to these little details. If you do not know the local language, then politely let them know you do not know the language, and if they could switch to English/Hindi (something which is common to both of you). Don't sound lackadaisical, don't use words just because they sound fancy and be firm, yet polite in all that you say. The key is confidence, yet the willingness to see the client as an equal and not as someone you are doing a favor. Hope this helps. In any case you still have doubts, you can ask them.

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"Do you know of anyone who helps with script writing?" in   Film and Media/Script Writing

I have been a part of theatre and have trained briefly under a theatre company in Delhi. During my time there, I got to write scripts and conduct and act in plays. Do tell me what genre of script writing you're looking to break into.

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"How to speak with a client while having a conversation on call?" in   Language/Spoken English

Client conversations are usually conference calls where apart from the client, you have a couple more people giving their inputs and monitoring the calls. It is important you stay alert throughout the conversation, since you are representing your company/organization and you do not want to jeopardize its chances with the client, who is of course, bringing in business for the company. Listen clearly, and do not jump to responding till you have heard all the client has to say. If this is a negotiation, of course there will be a back and forth, and you will put forth your claims/assertions/bargains as the conversation goes on; however, do remember to be respectful and polite at all times. Even when you do not agree with the client's terms. These days most company clients are foreign investors, foreigners seeking outsourced work and the like. It is inevitable that will speak with an accent. Though in many organizations, it is being instructed to speak in the same accent the client speaks so as to be on the same page, please do not attempt it if you do not get the client's accent right and are able to incorporate the same in your speech. The client may find it insulting, or even downplay the company and its employees (of which you are a part) as a player desperate to impress foreign clients and hike business. I am not aware if you know what the rest of the world thinks about India, but it pays to remember that foreign clients as more likely to respect individuality and adherence to your cultural roots while trying to do business, rather than selling yourself completely to make money. Of course, you will deal with Indian clients too. A good rule of winning someone over in a meeting or a conversation is to behave like the other person. I don't mean, literally. It means, if your client switches to the local language (assuming you know i too), then try and respond in the same. Do not flaunt your English-speaking skills if the client seems to be more comfortable in Hindi. A customer is more likely to remember your services if you pay attention and are sensitive to these little details. If you do not know the local language, then politely let them know you do not know the language, and if they could switch to English/Hindi (something which is common to both of you). Don't sound lackadaisical, don't use words just because they sound fancy and be firm, yet polite in all that you say. The key is confidence, yet the willingness to see the client as an equal and not as someone you are doing a favor. Hope this helps. In any case you still have doubts, you can ask them.

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"Do you know of anyone who helps with script writing?" in   Film and Media/Script Writing

I have been a part of theatre and have trained briefly under a theatre company in Delhi. During my time there, I got to write scripts and conduct and act in plays. Do tell me what genre of script writing you're looking to break into.

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Shravani P. describes herself as An LLB Hons. Graduate with more than 3 years of work experience, looking to coach people in the things I am passionate about. She conducts classes in BCom Tuition, Chinese Cooking Classes and Content Writing. Shravani is located in Acharya Vihar, Bhubaneswar. Shravani takes Regular Classes- at her Home and Online Classes- via online medium. She has 1 years of teaching experience . Shravani has completed Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.) from The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata in 2011. She is well versed in Bengali, English, Oriya and Hindi.

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