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I am teaching last 3 years. I am a b.com graduate. Looking for mba course. I am a very good and helpful teacher. I am specialist for accounts. Last year my student top in class. And other students scored very good.

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Languages Spoken

English, English, Bengali, Bengali

Education

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) from Agc Bose college in 2018.

Address

Sinthee, Kolkata, India- 700050.

BCom Tuition Overview

BCom Tuition

BCom Subject

Corporate Tax Planning, Information Technology and Audit, Business Communication, Business Taxation, Indian Economy, Financial Markets and Institutions, Financial Accounting, Accounting Information Systems, Financial Management, Auditing and Corporate Governance, Business Mathematics and Statistics, Cost Accounting, Company Law, Business Laws, E-Business Accounting, Research Methodology, Management Accounting, Economics of Regulation of Domestic and Foreign Exchange Markets, Micro & Macro Economics, Banking Law and Operation, E-Commerce, Personal Tax Planning, Indian Financial System

Type of class

Regular Classes

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions

Business Communication Language

English

Taught in School or College

Yes

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in BCom Tuition

3

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BCom Tuition

BCom Subject

Corporate Tax Planning, Information Technology and Audit, Business Communication, Business Taxation, Indian Economy, Financial Markets and Institutions, Financial Accounting, Accounting Information Systems, Financial Management, Auditing and Corporate Governance, Business Mathematics and Statistics, Cost Accounting, Company Law, Business Laws, E-Business Accounting, Research Methodology, Management Accounting, Economics of Regulation of Domestic and Foreign Exchange Markets, Micro & Macro Economics, Banking Law and Operation, E-Commerce, Personal Tax Planning, Indian Financial System

Type of class

Regular Classes

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions

Business Communication Language

English

Taught in School or College

Yes

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in BCom Tuition

3

Class VI-VIII Tuition

Fees

₹ 70 per hour

Board

ICSE, CBSE, State

CBSE Subjects taught

Science, Social Science, Mathematics, Bengali, Computers

ICSE Subjects taught

Bengali, Biology, History, Mathematics, Physics

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Mathematics, English, Bengali, Science

Class Location

Student's Home

Years of Experience in Class VI-VIII Tuition

4

Teaching Experience in detail in Class VI-VIII Tuition

When teachers discuss ways in which their college experience could have better prepared them for the reality of the classroom, they almost always mention increasing the amount of field experiences in the classroom. While it is hardly possible for students to be exposed to the full range of situations that they might be placed into in their first teaching job, this is one area where "more is better". Teaching is a very complex activity. It involves planning for learning, organizing materials, prioritizing ideas, interacting with students, learning to "monitor and adjust", "differentiate instruction" for students of various abilities, and learning how to accomplish goals that sometimes seem to be mutually exclusive, all while keeping "control" of a class and meeting the expectations of parents, administrators, and peers. Real-world practice in ANY of these skills is beneficial to future teachers. TA and tutoring experience, work with scouts and youth groups, class presentations that include responsibility for assessing the learning of the audience, and a variety of related experiences are all helpful. Work in schools, especially work that involves more than observation, is particularly beneficial: experienced teachers make it look much easier than it is, and future observations are much more worthwhile after a student has had some experience. Science students were often "good at science", and were often in "honors" courses, so it's especially valuable for them to work with classes or students who struggle with science. While it is important for future teachers to be enthusiastic about their subject, they will be expected to work with all kinds of students, so it's important that they find out whether they genuinely like working with students. Teaching experience should be "early and often". Through these experiences, future teachers learn about themselves, and whether teaching is something that they can and should do. Since communication with an audience is a big part of the jobs of many professional scientists, those who decide that K-12 teaching is not for them will still benefit from the insights they gain through school experiences.

Class I-V Tuition

Fees

₹ 60 per hour

Board

State, ICSE, CBSE

CBSE Subjects taught

Science, Bengali, Mathematics, EVS, Computers, English, Social Science

ICSE Subjects taught

Social Studies, Mathematics, Science, Bengali, English, EVS

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Science, EVS, Social Science, Mathematics, English

Class Location

Student's Home

Years of Experience in Class I-V Tuition

4

Teaching Experience in detail in Class I-V Tuition

When teachers discuss ways in which their college experience could have better prepared them for the reality of the classroom, they almost always mention increasing the amount of field experiences in the classroom. While it is hardly possible for students to be exposed to the full range of situations that they might be placed into in their first teaching job, this is one area where "more is better". Teaching is a very complex activity. It involves planning for learning, organizing materials, prioritizing ideas, interacting with students, learning to "monitor and adjust", "differentiate instruction" for students of various abilities, and learning how to accomplish goals that sometimes seem to be mutually exclusive, all while keeping "control" of a class and meeting the expectations of parents, administrators, and peers. Real-world practice in ANY of these skills is beneficial to future teachers. TA and tutoring experience, work with scouts and youth groups, class presentations that include responsibility for assessing the learning of the audience, and a variety of related experiences are all helpful. Work in schools, especially work that involves more than observation, is particularly beneficial: experienced teachers make it look much easier than it is, and future observations are much more worthwhile after a student has had some experience. Science students were often "good at science", and were often in "honors" courses, so it's especially valuable for them to work with classes or students who struggle with science. While it is important for future teachers to be enthusiastic about their subject, they will be expected to work with all kinds of students, so it's important that they find out whether they genuinely like working with students. Teaching experience should be "early and often". Through these experiences, future teachers learn about themselves, and whether teaching is something that they can and should do. Since communication with an audience is a big part of the jobs of many professional scientists, those who decide that K-12 teaching is not for them will still benefit from the insights they gain through school experiences.

Class 9 Tuition

Board

CBSE, State, ICSE

CBSE Subjects taught

Accountancy, Social science, Bengali, Science, Mathematics, Elements of business

ICSE Subjects taught

English, Physics, Mathematics, Economics

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

English, Mathematics, Science

Class Location

Student's Home

Years of Experience in Class 9 Tuition

4

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 9 Tuition

When teachers discuss ways in which their college experience could have better prepared them for the reality of the classroom, they almost always mention increasing the amount of field experiences in the classroom. While it is hardly possible for students to be exposed to the full range of situations that they might be placed into in their first teaching job, this is one area where "more is better". Teaching is a very complex activity. It involves planning for learning, organizing materials, prioritizing ideas, interacting with students, learning to "monitor and adjust", "differentiate instruction" for students of various abilities, and learning how to accomplish goals that sometimes seem to be mutually exclusive, all while keeping "control" of a class and meeting the expectations of parents, administrators, and peers. Real-world practice in ANY of these skills is beneficial to future teachers. TA and tutoring experience, work with scouts and youth groups, class presentations that include responsibility for assessing the learning of the audience, and a variety of related experiences are all helpful. Work in schools, especially work that involves more than observation, is particularly beneficial: experienced teachers make it look much easier than it is, and future observations are much more worthwhile after a student has had some experience. Science students were often "good at science", and were often in "honors" courses, so it's especially valuable for them to work with classes or students who struggle with science. While it is important for future teachers to be enthusiastic about their subject, they will be expected to work with all kinds of students, so it's important that they find out whether they genuinely like working with students. Teaching experience should be "early and often". Through these experiences, future teachers learn about themselves, and whether teaching is something that they can and should do. Since communication with an audience is a big part of the jobs of many professional scientists, those who decide that K-12 teaching is not for them will still benefit from the insights they gain through school experiences.

Class 10 Tuition

Board

CBSE, State, ICSE

CBSE Subjects taught

Accountancy, Social science, Bengali, Science, Mathematics, Elements of business

ICSE Subjects taught

English, Physics, Mathematics, Economics

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

English, Mathematics, Science

Class Location

Student's Home

Years of Experience in Class 10 Tuition

4

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 10 Tuition

When teachers discuss ways in which their college experience could have better prepared them for the reality of the classroom, they almost always mention increasing the amount of field experiences in the classroom. While it is hardly possible for students to be exposed to the full range of situations that they might be placed into in their first teaching job, this is one area where "more is better". Teaching is a very complex activity. It involves planning for learning, organizing materials, prioritizing ideas, interacting with students, learning to "monitor and adjust", "differentiate instruction" for students of various abilities, and learning how to accomplish goals that sometimes seem to be mutually exclusive, all while keeping "control" of a class and meeting the expectations of parents, administrators, and peers. Real-world practice in ANY of these skills is beneficial to future teachers. TA and tutoring experience, work with scouts and youth groups, class presentations that include responsibility for assessing the learning of the audience, and a variety of related experiences are all helpful. Work in schools, especially work that involves more than observation, is particularly beneficial: experienced teachers make it look much easier than it is, and future observations are much more worthwhile after a student has had some experience. Science students were often "good at science", and were often in "honors" courses, so it's especially valuable for them to work with classes or students who struggle with science. While it is important for future teachers to be enthusiastic about their subject, they will be expected to work with all kinds of students, so it's important that they find out whether they genuinely like working with students. Teaching experience should be "early and often". Through these experiences, future teachers learn about themselves, and whether teaching is something that they can and should do. Since communication with an audience is a big part of the jobs of many professional scientists, those who decide that K-12 teaching is not for them will still benefit from the insights they gain through school experiences.

Class 11 Tuition

Board

ISC/ICSE, State, CBSE

ISC/ICSE Subjects taught

Commerce, Accounts

CBSE Subjects taught

Economics, Business Studies, Accountancy

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Business Studies

Class Location

Student's Home

Years of Experience in Class 11 Tuition

3

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 11 Tuition

When teachers discuss ways in which their college experience could have better prepared them for the reality of the classroom, they almost always mention increasing the amount of field experiences in the classroom. While it is hardly possible for students to be exposed to the full range of situations that they might be placed into in their first teaching job, this is one area where "more is better". Teaching is a very complex activity. It involves planning for learning, organizing materials, prioritizing ideas, interacting with students, learning to "monitor and adjust", "differentiate instruction" for students of various abilities, and learning how to accomplish goals that sometimes seem to be mutually exclusive, all while keeping "control" of a class and meeting the expectations of parents, administrators, and peers. Real-world practice in ANY of these skills is beneficial to future teachers. TA and tutoring experience, work with scouts and youth groups, class presentations that include responsibility for assessing the learning of the audience, and a variety of related experiences are all helpful. Work in schools, especially work that involves more than observation, is particularly beneficial: experienced teachers make it look much easier than it is, and future observations are much more worthwhile after a student has had some experience. Science students were often "good at science", and were often in "honors" courses, so it's especially valuable for them to work with classes or students who struggle with science. While it is important for future teachers to be enthusiastic about their subject, they will be expected to work with all kinds of students, so it's important that they find out whether they genuinely like working with students. Teaching experience should be "early and often". Through these experiences, future teachers learn about themselves, and whether teaching is something that they can and should do. Since communication with an audience is a big part of the jobs of many professional scientists, those who decide that K-12 teaching is not for them will still benefit from the insights they gain through school experiences.

Class 12 Tuition

Board

ISC/ICSE, State, CBSE

ISC/ICSE Subjects taught

Commerce, Accounts

CBSE Subjects taught

Economics, Business Studies, Accountancy

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Business Studies

Class Location

Student's Home

Years of Experience in Class 12 Tuition

3

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 12 Tuition

When teachers discuss ways in which their college experience could have better prepared them for the reality of the classroom, they almost always mention increasing the amount of field experiences in the classroom. While it is hardly possible for students to be exposed to the full range of situations that they might be placed into in their first teaching job, this is one area where "more is better". Teaching is a very complex activity. It involves planning for learning, organizing materials, prioritizing ideas, interacting with students, learning to "monitor and adjust", "differentiate instruction" for students of various abilities, and learning how to accomplish goals that sometimes seem to be mutually exclusive, all while keeping "control" of a class and meeting the expectations of parents, administrators, and peers. Real-world practice in ANY of these skills is beneficial to future teachers. TA and tutoring experience, work with scouts and youth groups, class presentations that include responsibility for assessing the learning of the audience, and a variety of related experiences are all helpful. Work in schools, especially work that involves more than observation, is particularly beneficial: experienced teachers make it look much easier than it is, and future observations are much more worthwhile after a student has had some experience. Science students were often "good at science", and were often in "honors" courses, so it's especially valuable for them to work with classes or students who struggle with science. While it is important for future teachers to be enthusiastic about their subject, they will be expected to work with all kinds of students, so it's important that they find out whether they genuinely like working with students. Teaching experience should be "early and often". Through these experiences, future teachers learn about themselves, and whether teaching is something that they can and should do. Since communication with an audience is a big part of the jobs of many professional scientists, those who decide that K-12 teaching is not for them will still benefit from the insights they gain through school experiences.

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Subhadip Karmakar conducts classes in BCom Tuition, Class 10 Tuition and Class 11 Tuition. Subhadip is located in Sinthee, Kolkata. Subhadip takes at students Home and Regular Classes- at his Home. He has 4 years of teaching experience . Subhadip has completed Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) from Agc Bose college in 2018. HeĀ is well versed in English, Bengali, Bengali and English.

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