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Sumit Kumar Singh

Newtown, Kolkata, India - 743502

Sumit Kumar Singh Class 10 trainer in Kolkata

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Sumit Kumar Singh

"Kaakchesta bakodhyanam swaanidra tathaivacha_grihatyagi...

Newtown, Kolkata, India - 743502.

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I am an Engineering Graduate who has been tutoring students of IXth and Xth standards from both CBSE & CISCE boards full time since 2017. I've primarily been teaching Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics, both at my apartment and at the students' place of residence depending upon the students' needs. The following are my verifiable educational qualifications :-

01. Scored 94.20% in my Xth Boards (ICSE) in 2004 scoring 90 or above in all subjects.

02. Scored 86.50% in my XIIth Boards (ISCE) in 2006 scoring 90 or above in three subjects.

03. Graduated in E&C Technology from NIT Srinagar, J&K in 2010 in the Ist Division.

04. Awarded the Junior Certificate of Honour by the Jagadis Bose National Science Talent Search, Kolkata in 2005 by Shri Jyoti Basu.

05. Cracked the NDA Written Examinations in 2004 and the Combined Defence Services Written Examinations in 2012, each of which are conducted by the UPSC.

06. Topped the State Level Tripura Gramin Bank Examination conducted for the post of Assistant Manager in 2012.

07. Cracked the Combined Graduate Level Examinations conducted by the Staff Selection Commission in 2012.
Besides the above, the almighty has blessed me with proficiency in English, Hindi, Bengali, Magadhi and Baangaal. I also believe in public service and by virtue of the same, I teach students from the economically backward strata for either a nominal fee or for free depending on the student's financial background. - Sumit Kumar Singh

Languages Spoken

Magahi Mother Tongue (Native)

Hindi Proficient

English Proficient

Bengali Proficient

Sanskrit Basic

Education

National Institute of Technology, Srinagar, J 2010

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)

CISCE 2004

Indian Certificate of School education

CISCE 2006

Indian School Certificate

JBNSTS 2011

Junior Certificate of Honour

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Newtown, Kolkata, India - 743502

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Class 10 Tuition Overview

Class 10 Tuition

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Class 10 Tuition

3

Board

ICSE, CBSE

CBSE Subjects taught

Mathematics, Science

ICSE Subjects taught

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology

Taught in School or College

Yes

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 10 Tuition

My 03 year experience as a School Teacher ended in 2012 when I managed to qualify for Public Service with the Almighty's grace. Although my Parents, the School Principal and my Students wanted me to stay in the teaching profession, my enthusiasm for fighting against Social Evils took me on a different path in May, 2012 when I joined the Central Civil Services at New Delhi. However, time brought me back to the teaching profession in 2017. How that happened is a long story...!

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"I am not good students but when I get knowledge from him, I get good marks so really say that he his good teachers for me. I confirm If you get knowledge of her you get good marks. I am really happy for getting good marks from her teaching. "

Reply by Sumit

Thanx a tonne for your praise Sandeep..But there's something I want you to know..You ain't a weak student..Someone has rightly remarked that if people judge a fish by it's ability to climb a tree, the fish will live all its life thinking it's a fool..The problem with our education is that despite each student being unique, the way they are evaluated remains same..What ought to be done is that a fish should be evaluated by its ability to swim and an ape should be evaluated by its ability to climb a tree..Never mind if the world isn't perfect..Always remember that 'Ek heere ki pehchaan sirf johari kar sakta hai' and 'Every cloud has a silver lining'..I'm and I'll always be proud of you buddy...! - S K Singh

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FAQs

1. Which school boards of Class 10 do you teach for?

ICSE and CBSE

2. Do you have any prior teaching experience?

Yes

3. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Class 10 Tuition and Class 9 Tuition Classes.

4. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a free demo class.

5. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 3 years.

Answers by Sumit (9)

Answered on 21 Jan Tuition/Class 6 Tuition Tuition/Class 7 Tuition Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition +3 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition/Sanskrit Language/Sanskrit Language less

Going by my limited understanding, it is a combination of the words 'YADA' meaning 'When' and 'UKTAM' meaning 'Justified'. The expression thus as a whole implies 'When it's justified'. A request: Please understand that I'm still learning and will do so as long as I live, so kindly do not take my interpretation... ...more

Going by my limited understanding, it is a combination of the words 'YADA' meaning 'When' and 'UKTAM' meaning 'Justified'. The expression thus as a whole implies 'When it's justified'. A request: Please understand that I'm still learning and will do so as long as I live, so kindly do not take my interpretation as the only truth/fact. Someone can always interpret things better than I can, be it educated/illiterate, be it a kid/Aged man, be it Human/Animal...! - Om Namah Shivaay 

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Answered on 21 Jan Tuition/Class 6 Tuition Tuition/Class 7 Tuition Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition +3 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition/Sanskrit Language/Sanskrit Language less

Going by my limited understanding, 'FALACCHAYASAMANWITA' is a combination of three words viz. 'FAL' meaning 'Reward', 'ICCHAYA' meaning 'Worth Wishing' and 'SAMANWITA' meaning 'Togetherness'. The expression implies that, the only thing worth wishing in selfishness, is Company/Togetherness. This means... ...more

Going by my limited understanding, 'FALACCHAYASAMANWITA' is a combination of three words viz. 'FAL' meaning 'Reward', 'ICCHAYA' meaning 'Worth Wishing' and 'SAMANWITA' meaning 'Togetherness'. The expression implies that, the only thing worth wishing in selfishness, is Company/Togetherness. This means that if a man without a justified purpose wishes for anything other than company/togetherness, it may or may not be granted unless the worship is in the form of KARMA and aimed at service to all viz. all living things. This is a philosophy under Hinduism which going by my research so far, is the oldest religion/civilization known to mankind and a way of life and a pagan religion.

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Answered on 21 Jan Language/Sanskrit Language

Going by my limited knowledge, it refers to every such thing that can 'KILL' Homosapiens. This, however, doesn't include substances/chemicals/weapons. For instance, although a King Cobra's venom or that of a Black Mamba does have the capacity to kill, with the right treatment, it can be countered, and... ...more

Going by my limited knowledge, it refers to every such thing that can 'KILL' Homosapiens. This, however, doesn't include substances/chemicals/weapons. For instance, although a King Cobra's venom or that of a Black Mamba does have the capacity to kill, with the right treatment, it can be countered, and life can be saved from its effect.
Similarly, be it bombs/missiles or nuclear weapons which, when used by man, can kill, aren't exactly the reason that the deaths that have occurred. Going by the Pagan Religion of Hinduism, it's one man's/country's ego, rage, taste for revenge, greed, etc. that causes a man/country to use a devastating weapon like the nuclear weapons that can bring an end to all life forms. Going by this philosophy, it's 'Tamogun' or Negative Traits like 'MOH, MAAYA, KAAM, KRODH, IRSHYA, AHANKAAR, etc.' in men that can end a man's life.

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Answered on 21 Jan Language/Sanskrit Language

By my limited knowledge it refers to something that is 'Fatal to Life' and as such refers to every such thing that has the capacity to 'Kill' both directly and indirectly. Illustration: Though King Cobra's venom is fatal to human life, it isn't fatal to trees/plants. Going by the Hindu religion texts,... ...more

By my limited knowledge it refers to something that is 'Fatal to Life' and as such refers to every such thing that has the capacity to 'Kill' both directly and indirectly. Illustration: Though King Cobra's venom is fatal to human life, it isn't fatal to trees/plants. Going by the Hindu religion texts, the term refers to 'Tamogun' or 'Negative Traits' which have further been stated as KAAM, KRODH, MOH, LOBH, MAYA, IRSHYAA, AHANKAAR, etc which ought to be interpreted with caution.

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Answered on 21 Jan Tuition/Class 6 Tuition Tuition/Class 7 Tuition Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition +3 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition/Sanskrit Language/Sanskrit Language less

By my limited knowledge, 'NAASTI' is a combination of 'NAA' & 'ASTI' meaning 'Nothing is'; as NAA in Sanskrit means 'NAHI' or 'A Negation' while 'ASTI' means 'HAI' or 'Is'. 'KINCHINNIRARTHAKAM' on the other hand is a combination of 'KINCHIT' saying 'Kuch' or 'Anything' and 'NIRARTHAKAM' means 'BINA... ...more

By my limited knowledge, 'NAASTI' is a combination of 'NAA' & 'ASTI' meaning 'Nothing is'; as NAA in Sanskrit means 'NAHI' or 'A Negation' while 'ASTI' means 'HAI' or 'Is'. 'KINCHINNIRARTHAKAM' on the other hand is a combination of 'KINCHIT' saying 'Kuch' or 'Anything' and 'NIRARTHAKAM' means 'BINA ARTH KA' or 'Without Meaning'. The expression accordingly implies that 'Nothing that you can see, feel, smell, hear or taste is useless/without purpose'. It's a philosophy/science/fact as envisaged in the world's oldest religion/civilization viz. 'Hinduism'. Also, understand that this expression doesn't apply to only humans or living beings but even to non-living matter. For example, Human excreta, though assumed to be useless, serves as food for pigs/hogs, Stones which are not precious also find usage in the ignition, even Bacteria and Viruses have their purpose, like bacteria present in cow milk is a must in its digestion. In contrast, warm milk though assumed to be healthy is not for the bacteria dies at high temperatures and thus the milk can't be fully digested, eventually resulting in gastroenteritis...!

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Class 10 Tuition 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Class 10 Tuition

3

Board

ICSE, CBSE

CBSE Subjects taught

Mathematics, Science

ICSE Subjects taught

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology

Taught in School or College

Yes

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 10 Tuition

My 03 year experience as a School Teacher ended in 2012 when I managed to qualify for Public Service with the Almighty's grace. Although my Parents, the School Principal and my Students wanted me to stay in the teaching profession, my enthusiasm for fighting against Social Evils took me on a different path in May, 2012 when I joined the Central Civil Services at New Delhi. However, time brought me back to the teaching profession in 2017. How that happened is a long story...!

Class 9 Tuition 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Class 9 Tuition

3

Board

ICSE, CBSE

CBSE Subjects taught

Science, Mathematics

ICSE Subjects taught

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology

Taught in School or College

Yes

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5.0 out of 5.0 1 review

Sumit Kumar Singh
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"I am not good students but when I get knowledge from him, I get good marks so really say that he his good teachers for me. I confirm If you get knowledge of her you get good marks. I am really happy for getting good marks from her teaching. "

Reply by Sumit

Thanx a tonne for your praise Sandeep..But there's something I want you to know..You ain't a weak student..Someone has rightly remarked that if people judge a fish by it's ability to climb a tree, the fish will live all its life thinking it's a fool..The problem with our education is that despite each student being unique, the way they are evaluated remains same..What ought to be done is that a fish should be evaluated by its ability to swim and an ape should be evaluated by its ability to climb a tree..Never mind if the world isn't perfect..Always remember that 'Ek heere ki pehchaan sirf johari kar sakta hai' and 'Every cloud has a silver lining'..I'm and I'll always be proud of you buddy...! - S K Singh

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Answers by Sumit (9)

Answered on 21 Jan Tuition/Class 6 Tuition Tuition/Class 7 Tuition Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition +3 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition/Sanskrit Language/Sanskrit Language less

Going by my limited understanding, it is a combination of the words 'YADA' meaning 'When' and 'UKTAM' meaning 'Justified'. The expression thus as a whole implies 'When it's justified'. A request: Please understand that I'm still learning and will do so as long as I live, so kindly do not take my interpretation... ...more

Going by my limited understanding, it is a combination of the words 'YADA' meaning 'When' and 'UKTAM' meaning 'Justified'. The expression thus as a whole implies 'When it's justified'. A request: Please understand that I'm still learning and will do so as long as I live, so kindly do not take my interpretation as the only truth/fact. Someone can always interpret things better than I can, be it educated/illiterate, be it a kid/Aged man, be it Human/Animal...! - Om Namah Shivaay 

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Answered on 21 Jan Tuition/Class 6 Tuition Tuition/Class 7 Tuition Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition +3 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition/Sanskrit Language/Sanskrit Language less

Going by my limited understanding, 'FALACCHAYASAMANWITA' is a combination of three words viz. 'FAL' meaning 'Reward', 'ICCHAYA' meaning 'Worth Wishing' and 'SAMANWITA' meaning 'Togetherness'. The expression implies that, the only thing worth wishing in selfishness, is Company/Togetherness. This means... ...more

Going by my limited understanding, 'FALACCHAYASAMANWITA' is a combination of three words viz. 'FAL' meaning 'Reward', 'ICCHAYA' meaning 'Worth Wishing' and 'SAMANWITA' meaning 'Togetherness'. The expression implies that, the only thing worth wishing in selfishness, is Company/Togetherness. This means that if a man without a justified purpose wishes for anything other than company/togetherness, it may or may not be granted unless the worship is in the form of KARMA and aimed at service to all viz. all living things. This is a philosophy under Hinduism which going by my research so far, is the oldest religion/civilization known to mankind and a way of life and a pagan religion.

Answers 11 Comments
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Answered on 21 Jan Language/Sanskrit Language

Going by my limited knowledge, it refers to every such thing that can 'KILL' Homosapiens. This, however, doesn't include substances/chemicals/weapons. For instance, although a King Cobra's venom or that of a Black Mamba does have the capacity to kill, with the right treatment, it can be countered, and... ...more

Going by my limited knowledge, it refers to every such thing that can 'KILL' Homosapiens. This, however, doesn't include substances/chemicals/weapons. For instance, although a King Cobra's venom or that of a Black Mamba does have the capacity to kill, with the right treatment, it can be countered, and life can be saved from its effect.
Similarly, be it bombs/missiles or nuclear weapons which, when used by man, can kill, aren't exactly the reason that the deaths that have occurred. Going by the Pagan Religion of Hinduism, it's one man's/country's ego, rage, taste for revenge, greed, etc. that causes a man/country to use a devastating weapon like the nuclear weapons that can bring an end to all life forms. Going by this philosophy, it's 'Tamogun' or Negative Traits like 'MOH, MAAYA, KAAM, KRODH, IRSHYA, AHANKAAR, etc.' in men that can end a man's life.

Answers 7 Comments
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Answered on 21 Jan Language/Sanskrit Language

By my limited knowledge it refers to something that is 'Fatal to Life' and as such refers to every such thing that has the capacity to 'Kill' both directly and indirectly. Illustration: Though King Cobra's venom is fatal to human life, it isn't fatal to trees/plants. Going by the Hindu religion texts,... ...more

By my limited knowledge it refers to something that is 'Fatal to Life' and as such refers to every such thing that has the capacity to 'Kill' both directly and indirectly. Illustration: Though King Cobra's venom is fatal to human life, it isn't fatal to trees/plants. Going by the Hindu religion texts, the term refers to 'Tamogun' or 'Negative Traits' which have further been stated as KAAM, KRODH, MOH, LOBH, MAYA, IRSHYAA, AHANKAAR, etc which ought to be interpreted with caution.

Answers 7 Comments
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Answered on 21 Jan Tuition/Class 6 Tuition Tuition/Class 7 Tuition Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition +3 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition/Sanskrit Language/Sanskrit Language less

By my limited knowledge, 'NAASTI' is a combination of 'NAA' & 'ASTI' meaning 'Nothing is'; as NAA in Sanskrit means 'NAHI' or 'A Negation' while 'ASTI' means 'HAI' or 'Is'. 'KINCHINNIRARTHAKAM' on the other hand is a combination of 'KINCHIT' saying 'Kuch' or 'Anything' and 'NIRARTHAKAM' means 'BINA... ...more

By my limited knowledge, 'NAASTI' is a combination of 'NAA' & 'ASTI' meaning 'Nothing is'; as NAA in Sanskrit means 'NAHI' or 'A Negation' while 'ASTI' means 'HAI' or 'Is'. 'KINCHINNIRARTHAKAM' on the other hand is a combination of 'KINCHIT' saying 'Kuch' or 'Anything' and 'NIRARTHAKAM' means 'BINA ARTH KA' or 'Without Meaning'. The expression accordingly implies that 'Nothing that you can see, feel, smell, hear or taste is useless/without purpose'. It's a philosophy/science/fact as envisaged in the world's oldest religion/civilization viz. 'Hinduism'. Also, understand that this expression doesn't apply to only humans or living beings but even to non-living matter. For example, Human excreta, though assumed to be useless, serves as food for pigs/hogs, Stones which are not precious also find usage in the ignition, even Bacteria and Viruses have their purpose, like bacteria present in cow milk is a must in its digestion. In contrast, warm milk though assumed to be healthy is not for the bacteria dies at high temperatures and thus the milk can't be fully digested, eventually resulting in gastroenteritis...!

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Sumit Kumar Singh describes himself as "Kaakchesta bakodhyanam swaanidra tathaivacha_grihatyagi alpahari vidyarthi panch lakshanam". He conducts classes in Class 10 Tuition and Class 9 Tuition. Sumit is located in Newtown, Kolkata. Sumit takes at students Home and Regular Classes- at his Home. He has 3 years of teaching experience . Sumit has completed Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) from National Institute of Technology, Srinagar, J in 2010. He is well versed in Magahi, Sanskrit, Hindi, English and Bengali. Sumit has got 1 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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