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Hemant K.

Palam Village, Delhi, India - 110046

Hemant K. Staff Selection Commission Exam trainer in Delhi

Hemant K.

Professional Home Tutor For School Students with 10...

Palam Village, Delhi, India - 110046.

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By profession I am operation manager with an international company and along with that I am working as home tutor from last 10 Year in Dwarka. I have Teaching experience for class 3rd to 12th for various subjects like Maths, Science especially Physics, EVS, English & Hindi.
I have good command over Maths and Science. I know vedic maths as well as modern mathematics on the other hand I have sound knowledge about science and technology as well as literature like English and Hindi.
I am available after 7 PM and only for Dwarka and nearby area however I am open on Sunday as well.
Please feel free to get in touch with me.

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m.d.u Pursuing

Bachelor of Computer Applications (B.C.A.)

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Palam Village, Delhi, India - 110046

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Staff Selection Commission Exam Coaching

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Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

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Years of Experience in Staff Selection Commission Exam Coaching

10

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SSC Central Police Organizations Exam (CPO Exam)

Teaching Experience in detail in Staff Selection Commission Exam Coaching

I used to conduct English classes for RRB /CSC etc

Reviews (16)

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5.0 out of 5.0 16 reviews

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"Best sir for English and nature is friendly or perfect timing arrives in classes. So good."

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"I have joined hemant sir english class for railway 4 month before and it seems a good decision as batch strength was small which help in understand english topic very well. Thanks sir. "

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"I have hired Hemant sir to teach my 2 kids once they were in class 8th. He has deep product knowledge along with long teaching experience. I am strongly recommending hemant sir to other students as well. "

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"Mr. Hemant is really a very good tutor. He has taught my kid from 5th 6th 7th & 8th STD. I am too much satisfied with him and strongly recommend him. "

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FAQs

1. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Railway Exam, Spoken English and Staff Selection Commission Exam Classes.

2. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a free demo class.

3. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 10 years.

Answers by Hemant (11)

Answered on 08/07/2019 Language/Spoken English

Spoken English is not a big deal these days when you have lots of resources available to learn. We do not know, but we are using lots of English words on a daily basis, as per the example I have just used " Daily " word, so all you need to focus on is your vocabulary and Grammar only. Try to speak English,... ...more

Spoken English is not a big deal these days when you have lots of resources available to learn. We do not know, but we are using lots of English words on a daily basis, as per the example I have just used " Daily " word, so all you need to focus on is your vocabulary and Grammar only. Try to speak English, whether you know or do not know. 

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Answered on 08/07/2019 Language/Spoken English

Spoken English is not a big deal these days when you have lots of resources available to learn. We do not know, but we are using lots of English words on a daily basis, as per the example I have just used " Daily " word, so all you need to focus on is your vocabulary and Grammar only. Try to speak English,... ...more

Spoken English is not a big deal these days when you have lots of resources available to learn. We do not know, but we are using lots of English words on a daily basis, as per the example I have just used " Daily " word, so all you need to focus on is your vocabulary and Grammar only. Try to speak English, whether you know or do not know. 

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Answered on 08/07/2019 Language/Spoken English

Dear Ramesh, Spoken English is not a big deal these days when you have lots of resources available to learn. We do not know, but we are using lots of English words on a daily basis, as per the example I have just used " Daily " word, so all you need to focus on is your vocabulary and Grammar only. Try... ...more

Dear Ramesh,
Spoken English is not a big deal these days when you have lots of resources available to learn. We do not know, but we are using lots of English words on a daily basis, as per the example I have just used " Daily " word, so all you need to focus on is your vocabulary and Grammar only. Try to speak English, whether you know or do not know.

 

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Answered on 02/07/2019 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

It's easy to teach. The very first point is you must have sound knowledge about the curriculum and have the ability to understand chapters to your students. You can look for nearby students. They might be your relative or neighbour. If you want to be a professional tutor, join UrbanPro only by registration.... ...more

It's easy to teach. The very first point is you must have sound knowledge about the curriculum and have the ability to understand chapters to your students. You can look for nearby students. They might be your relative or neighbour. If you want to be a professional tutor, join UrbanPro only by registration. Later on, you have to update your profile with all the required and relevant information. Upgrade your profile to get tuitions . It's easy, try now.

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Answered on 27/02/2016 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Although the presence of 8 slots is often taught as if it were a purely empirical observation (probably because, historically, it was for a long time), it can actually be derived from the axioms of quantum mechanics and the geometry of 3-dimensional space. Below is an overview of some of the relevant... ...more
Although the presence of 8 slots is often taught as if it were a purely empirical observation (probably because, historically, it was for a long time), it can actually be derived from the axioms of quantum mechanics and the geometry of 3-dimensional space. Below is an overview of some of the relevant features of the derivation. For a more detailed account, I suggest finding a textbook on QM. If you solve Schroedinger's equation for an electron in the potential well of a nucleus, you can find every possible bound state that the electron could possibly have. Finding the solution involves making sure that the electron's wavefunction repeats itself at intervals that allow it to "fit" around the nucleus. By analogy, consider a wave on a length of string. It has peaks and troughs at a certain period. The goal is to find which periods (wavelengths) will "fit" on the string, such that if you bring the two ends of the string together to form a loop around the nucleus, there will be no discontinuities in the wave. The resulting waves are called harmonics: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Har... A loop is sufficient to wrap around a point in a 2 dimensional plane, but electrons and atoms exist in 3 dimensions. Hence, we have to make sure the electron's wavefunction "fits" in both of the two angular degrees of freedom around a point in 3 dimensions. The waves that "fit" around a central point in 3 dimensions are called spherical harmonics: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sph... Since there are two angular degrees of freedom around a point in 3 dimensions, it takes two numbers to identify a given solution that fits. As a result, there are a total of three numbers needed to fully identify a wavefunction solution: n: quantization in energy l (lowercase L): quantization in first angular degree of freedom m: quantization in second angular degree of freedom Purely from the math of the solution and the rules of geometry, one finds that the following rules must be satisfied in order for the solution to fit: n must be a positive integer (1, 2, 3, ...) for a given n, l can be any integer from 0 to n-1 inclusive for a given l, m can be any integer from -l to l inclusive In addition, the properties of the electron dictate that: for a given n, l, and m, there are two possible electron states: one for spin up and one for spin down Putting all these rules together, we can count the number of "slots" available for electrons to fill up a given shell. For the lowest energy shell (n=1), l can be any integer from 0 to 0. That is, it can only be 0. In turn, for l=0, m can be only -0 to 0, meaning it can also only be 0. This means there is only one allowed combination with n=1, namely the one where n=1, l=0, and m=0. Since electrons can be spin up or spin down, this means there are 2 total slots available. This is why hydrogen and helium are stable with 2 electrons -- because those 2 electrons fill the n=1 shell. For the next energy shell (n=2), l can be 0 to 1. For l=0, m can be only 0. For l=1, m can be -1, 0, or 1. This forms the following set of allowed values: n=2, l=0, m=0 n=2, l=1, m=-1 n=2, l=1, m=0 n=2, l=1, m=1 Since there are 4 allowed values, the shell has 8 slots for electrons (accounting for spin). Copied
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Staff Selection Commission Exam Coaching 4.9

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Staff Selection Commission Exam Coaching

10

SSC_Exams_Taught

SSC Central Police Organizations Exam (CPO Exam)

Teaching Experience in detail in Staff Selection Commission Exam Coaching

I used to conduct English classes for RRB /CSC etc

Railway Exam classes 5.0

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Railway Exam classes

10

Teaching Experience in detail in Railway Exam classes

I used to conduct English classes for SSC/RRB/BANKING etc

Spoken English classes 5.0

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Spoken English classes

10

Name

Engineering Classes

Teaching Experience in detail in Spoken English classes

Spoken English is just a taboo in India, people consider it too difficult but trust me English is just an another Language only, all you need to focus on your vocabulary and hesitation to speak. Once you come over these challenges all is yours. 90 days English speaking training with placement in companies.

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Answers by Hemant (11)

Answered on 08/07/2019 Language/Spoken English

Spoken English is not a big deal these days when you have lots of resources available to learn. We do not know, but we are using lots of English words on a daily basis, as per the example I have just used " Daily " word, so all you need to focus on is your vocabulary and Grammar only. Try to speak English,... ...more

Spoken English is not a big deal these days when you have lots of resources available to learn. We do not know, but we are using lots of English words on a daily basis, as per the example I have just used " Daily " word, so all you need to focus on is your vocabulary and Grammar only. Try to speak English, whether you know or do not know. 

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Answered on 08/07/2019 Language/Spoken English

Spoken English is not a big deal these days when you have lots of resources available to learn. We do not know, but we are using lots of English words on a daily basis, as per the example I have just used " Daily " word, so all you need to focus on is your vocabulary and Grammar only. Try to speak English,... ...more

Spoken English is not a big deal these days when you have lots of resources available to learn. We do not know, but we are using lots of English words on a daily basis, as per the example I have just used " Daily " word, so all you need to focus on is your vocabulary and Grammar only. Try to speak English, whether you know or do not know. 

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Answered on 08/07/2019 Language/Spoken English

Dear Ramesh, Spoken English is not a big deal these days when you have lots of resources available to learn. We do not know, but we are using lots of English words on a daily basis, as per the example I have just used " Daily " word, so all you need to focus on is your vocabulary and Grammar only. Try... ...more

Dear Ramesh,
Spoken English is not a big deal these days when you have lots of resources available to learn. We do not know, but we are using lots of English words on a daily basis, as per the example I have just used " Daily " word, so all you need to focus on is your vocabulary and Grammar only. Try to speak English, whether you know or do not know.

 

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Answered on 02/07/2019 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

It's easy to teach. The very first point is you must have sound knowledge about the curriculum and have the ability to understand chapters to your students. You can look for nearby students. They might be your relative or neighbour. If you want to be a professional tutor, join UrbanPro only by registration.... ...more

It's easy to teach. The very first point is you must have sound knowledge about the curriculum and have the ability to understand chapters to your students. You can look for nearby students. They might be your relative or neighbour. If you want to be a professional tutor, join UrbanPro only by registration. Later on, you have to update your profile with all the required and relevant information. Upgrade your profile to get tuitions . It's easy, try now.

Answers 123 Comments
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Answered on 27/02/2016 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Although the presence of 8 slots is often taught as if it were a purely empirical observation (probably because, historically, it was for a long time), it can actually be derived from the axioms of quantum mechanics and the geometry of 3-dimensional space. Below is an overview of some of the relevant... ...more
Although the presence of 8 slots is often taught as if it were a purely empirical observation (probably because, historically, it was for a long time), it can actually be derived from the axioms of quantum mechanics and the geometry of 3-dimensional space. Below is an overview of some of the relevant features of the derivation. For a more detailed account, I suggest finding a textbook on QM. If you solve Schroedinger's equation for an electron in the potential well of a nucleus, you can find every possible bound state that the electron could possibly have. Finding the solution involves making sure that the electron's wavefunction repeats itself at intervals that allow it to "fit" around the nucleus. By analogy, consider a wave on a length of string. It has peaks and troughs at a certain period. The goal is to find which periods (wavelengths) will "fit" on the string, such that if you bring the two ends of the string together to form a loop around the nucleus, there will be no discontinuities in the wave. The resulting waves are called harmonics: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Har... A loop is sufficient to wrap around a point in a 2 dimensional plane, but electrons and atoms exist in 3 dimensions. Hence, we have to make sure the electron's wavefunction "fits" in both of the two angular degrees of freedom around a point in 3 dimensions. The waves that "fit" around a central point in 3 dimensions are called spherical harmonics: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sph... Since there are two angular degrees of freedom around a point in 3 dimensions, it takes two numbers to identify a given solution that fits. As a result, there are a total of three numbers needed to fully identify a wavefunction solution: n: quantization in energy l (lowercase L): quantization in first angular degree of freedom m: quantization in second angular degree of freedom Purely from the math of the solution and the rules of geometry, one finds that the following rules must be satisfied in order for the solution to fit: n must be a positive integer (1, 2, 3, ...) for a given n, l can be any integer from 0 to n-1 inclusive for a given l, m can be any integer from -l to l inclusive In addition, the properties of the electron dictate that: for a given n, l, and m, there are two possible electron states: one for spin up and one for spin down Putting all these rules together, we can count the number of "slots" available for electrons to fill up a given shell. For the lowest energy shell (n=1), l can be any integer from 0 to 0. That is, it can only be 0. In turn, for l=0, m can be only -0 to 0, meaning it can also only be 0. This means there is only one allowed combination with n=1, namely the one where n=1, l=0, and m=0. Since electrons can be spin up or spin down, this means there are 2 total slots available. This is why hydrogen and helium are stable with 2 electrons -- because those 2 electrons fill the n=1 shell. For the next energy shell (n=2), l can be 0 to 1. For l=0, m can be only 0. For l=1, m can be -1, 0, or 1. This forms the following set of allowed values: n=2, l=0, m=0 n=2, l=1, m=-1 n=2, l=1, m=0 n=2, l=1, m=1 Since there are 4 allowed values, the shell has 8 slots for electrons (accounting for spin). Copied
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Hemant K. describes himself as Professional Home Tutor For School Students with 10 Year of Teaching experience. He conducts classes in Railway Exam, Spoken English and Staff Selection Commission Exam. Hemant is located in Palam Village, Delhi. Hemant takes Regular Classes- at his Home. He has 10 years of teaching experience . Hemant is pursuing Bachelor of Computer Applications (B.C.A.) from m.d.u . HeĀ is well versed in Hindi and English. Hemant has got 16 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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