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Ganesh Iyer

Penukonda, Penukonda, India - 515110

Ganesh Iyer Teacher trainer in Penukonda

Ganesh Iyer

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Penukonda, Penukonda, India - 515110.

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Adept Freelance Trainer with 8 years of experience in training in the customer service and outsourcing industry, worked with international clientele on e-commerce, banking and information technology domains, with a sublime background of developing innovative methods and dynamic training environment, delivered accordant and phenomenal results, made notable contribution towards peer-learning and leadership training, and accepted as a influential leader, effective communicator and committed professional

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English

Hindi

Marathi

Gujarati

Tamil

Telugu

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Maharajah Sayajirao University Pursuing

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.)

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Penukonda, Penukonda, India - 515110

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1. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Call Center Training, Communication Skills Training, Leadership Training, Personality Development Training, Presentation Skills Training, Public Speaking Training, Resume Writing , Soft Skills Training, Spoken English and Stress Management Training Classes.

2. Do you provide a demo class?

No, I don't provide a demo class.

3. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 2 years.

Answers by Ganesh Iyer (10)

Answered on 06/02/2015 Language/Spoken English

Mr Singaravelu, if the English language made any sense, then the word 'lackadaisical' would have something to do with a shortage of flowers. Smiles apart, I have just jumbled up the messages to appear in a single sentence hope this helps I own a brand new 50000 Rs blue XXX bike which I use to go to... ...more
Mr Singaravelu, if the English language made any sense, then the word 'lackadaisical' would have something to do with a shortage of flowers. Smiles apart, I have just jumbled up the messages to appear in a single sentence hope this helps I own a brand new 50000 Rs blue XXX bike which I use to go to my office however while going I drop my brother in his office and pick him on my return On my way to office , on my brand new bike (INR 50k,XXX), I drop my brother at his office and pick him up while returning. When I travel to my office on my brand new 50000 Rs blue XXX bike, I drop him at his office and pick him up while I return. I drop off and pick up my brother from his office daily while I communte to my office on my brand new 50000 Rs blue XXX bike. Every time you have a question for us, now I have a question for you if you can answer ? Its still a mystery for me why do we have noses that run and feet that smell or why we park our car on the driveway and drive our car on the parkway . . . Any Answers? Happy Learning!!
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Answered on 04/02/2015 Language/Spoken English

Mr Singaravelu, I am getting a syndrome of getting my GK and IQ busting my head off .... however I am learning all the time. The tombstone will be my diploma... So talking of geographical syndromes lets start with the Paris syndrome ...Could Any Other City Produce This Bizarre Affliction? An apparently... ...more
Mr Singaravelu, I am getting a syndrome of getting my GK and IQ busting my head off .... however I am learning all the time. The tombstone will be my diploma... So talking of geographical syndromes lets start with the Paris syndrome ...Could Any Other City Produce This Bizarre Affliction? An apparently real disorder, somewhat similar to a panic attack, that has afflicted many tourists while visiting the City of Lights. Most Paris Syndrome sufferers have been Japanese tourists, and the cause of their symptoms, which include "acute delusions, hallucinations, dizziness, sweating, and feelings of persecution," is thought to be linked to extreme disappointment that Paris is not always the magical, romantic wonderland it's so often made out to be in the movies: No offence to my religious brethren but its the Jerusalem syndrome: Delusions, obsessive ideas, psychosis-like phenomena triggered by, or leading to, a visit to the Holy Land. Jerusalem Syndrome often emerges in people who are prone to delusions and, it’s reported, pass within a few weeks of visiting the city. Lima Syndrome AKA this is the antonymn of Stockholm Syndrome, Lima Syndrome deals with the phenomenon of hostage takers becoming sympathetic to the needs and feelings of their victims. Lima syndrome was coined after the Japanese embassy hostage crisis in Lima, that lasted from December 17, 1996 until April 22, 1997. Fourteen members of the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement took several hundred diplomats hostage at the official residence of Japan’s ambassador to Peru. Curiously, within a few days of the hostage crisis, the militants had released most of the captives. Last but not the least India Syndrome We could almost say this is the one Liverpool gave to the world… India Syndrome applies to people from the west visiting India to seek enlightenment, or to those with a deep interest in eastern mysticism, and saw a marked spike following the Beatles’ trips to India in 1968, to attend an advanced Transcendental Meditation. Taken to extremes, the condition has resulted in many westerners suffering, going missing, or in some extreme cases, dying – due to ‘extreme’ meditation (such as Tibetan ‘chöd’ which involves meditating next to corpses for up to ten days). India syndrome is not to be confused with Delhi-Belly Syndrome. Although that, too, can result in sufferers going missing for long periods of time. But don't stop going around the world!! Happy Learning
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Answered on 03/02/2015 Language/Spoken English

Mr Singaravelu, you have been keeping us busy on English Grammar... Is it that you are testing our gut on English? or is it that your students are really asking you too many questions and you come searching for answers! Just Joking! When it comes to the most versatile part of speech in a sentence,... ...more
Mr Singaravelu, you have been keeping us busy on English Grammar... Is it that you are testing our gut on English? or is it that your students are really asking you too many questions and you come searching for answers! Just Joking! When it comes to the most versatile part of speech in a sentence, you could say verbs rule. You can make an entire sentence out of one verb. For example, “Stop!” See, that’s a sentence! You can’t make a sentence with any other part of speech. Nouns cannot make a one-word sentence, nor can adjectives, adverbs, or any other part of speech. Wake, brush, drink, eat, wash, stand, sit, comb,wear, pick, read, write, Give, Meet, Greet, Open, Close, Listen, Pick, Drop, Look, Teach, Learn, Sleep, Laugh, Cry, Fight, Hide, Cook, Sing, Pray All of these words show some kind of action. They express something that a person, animal, or object can do. That’s why we call them action verbs. Language has become so inevitable that you need a word to identify an action 'Smile :)' Happy Learning!!
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Answered on 03/02/2015 Language/Spoken English

Now that we have spoken about Homonyms that we can enlighten the difference between Homonyms, Homophones, and Homographs? if you are confused about the differences between homonyms, homophones, and homographs, Homonyms: This is the big category the umbrella under which we find homophones and homographs. Homophones... ...more
Now that we have spoken about Homonyms that we can enlighten the difference between Homonyms, Homophones, and Homographs? if you are confused about the differences between homonyms, homophones, and homographs, Homonyms: This is the big category—the umbrella—under which we find homophones and homographs. Homophones are words that sound alike, but have different meanings and spellings. They are the sets of words that you probably learned in elementary school, though your teacher may have used the broader category of homonyms. for e.g. their and there, deer and dear, hear and here But Homographs are words that are spelled the same, but have different meanings and may have different pronunciations. wind and wind I can feel the wind in my hair. Wind up the string before it gets tangled. (Same spelling, different pronunciation.) One way to remember the difference between the terms homophone and homograph is by looking at the derivation of the words: HOMO ("same") + PHONE ("sound") HOMO ("same") + GRAPH ("writing") I wonder how much fun a linguist would be having studing langages. Happy Learning!!
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Answered on 31/01/2015 Language/Spoken English

People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing that's why we recommend it daily. Staying motivated is a daily effort. Start each day fresh with the intent of making it a good one. Don't be afraid to go out on a limb. That's where the fruit is. Follow your gut and put yourself... ...more
People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing that's why we recommend it daily. Staying motivated is a daily effort. Start each day fresh with the intent of making it a good one. Don't be afraid to go out on a limb. That's where the fruit is. Follow your gut and put yourself out there during your job interview. Be yourself. Don't be afraid to promote your talents. Rest is all you know about and your confidence that will seal the interview. By the way did you imagine there are so many people who are ready to help with just a question posted by you?
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Teacher Training 3.6

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Teacher Training

2

Resume Writing Training 3.6

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Resume Writing Training

8

Personality Development Training Classes 3.6

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Personality Development Training Classes

8

Spoken English classes 3.6

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Spoken English classes

8

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Profession

Other

Lived or Worked in English Speaking Country

No

Awards and Recognition

No

Curriculum Expertise

CBSE, State, ICSE/ISC

Citizen of English Speaking Country

No

Certification

None

Name

Freelance Trainer

Call Center Training Classes 3.6

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Call Center Training Classes

8

Soft Skills Training Classes 3.6

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Soft Skills Training Classes

11

Communication Skills Training 3.6

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Communication Skills Training

8

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Answers by Ganesh Iyer (10)

Answered on 06/02/2015 Language/Spoken English

Mr Singaravelu, if the English language made any sense, then the word 'lackadaisical' would have something to do with a shortage of flowers. Smiles apart, I have just jumbled up the messages to appear in a single sentence hope this helps I own a brand new 50000 Rs blue XXX bike which I use to go to... ...more
Mr Singaravelu, if the English language made any sense, then the word 'lackadaisical' would have something to do with a shortage of flowers. Smiles apart, I have just jumbled up the messages to appear in a single sentence hope this helps I own a brand new 50000 Rs blue XXX bike which I use to go to my office however while going I drop my brother in his office and pick him on my return On my way to office , on my brand new bike (INR 50k,XXX), I drop my brother at his office and pick him up while returning. When I travel to my office on my brand new 50000 Rs blue XXX bike, I drop him at his office and pick him up while I return. I drop off and pick up my brother from his office daily while I communte to my office on my brand new 50000 Rs blue XXX bike. Every time you have a question for us, now I have a question for you if you can answer ? Its still a mystery for me why do we have noses that run and feet that smell or why we park our car on the driveway and drive our car on the parkway . . . Any Answers? Happy Learning!!
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Answered on 04/02/2015 Language/Spoken English

Mr Singaravelu, I am getting a syndrome of getting my GK and IQ busting my head off .... however I am learning all the time. The tombstone will be my diploma... So talking of geographical syndromes lets start with the Paris syndrome ...Could Any Other City Produce This Bizarre Affliction? An apparently... ...more
Mr Singaravelu, I am getting a syndrome of getting my GK and IQ busting my head off .... however I am learning all the time. The tombstone will be my diploma... So talking of geographical syndromes lets start with the Paris syndrome ...Could Any Other City Produce This Bizarre Affliction? An apparently real disorder, somewhat similar to a panic attack, that has afflicted many tourists while visiting the City of Lights. Most Paris Syndrome sufferers have been Japanese tourists, and the cause of their symptoms, which include "acute delusions, hallucinations, dizziness, sweating, and feelings of persecution," is thought to be linked to extreme disappointment that Paris is not always the magical, romantic wonderland it's so often made out to be in the movies: No offence to my religious brethren but its the Jerusalem syndrome: Delusions, obsessive ideas, psychosis-like phenomena triggered by, or leading to, a visit to the Holy Land. Jerusalem Syndrome often emerges in people who are prone to delusions and, it’s reported, pass within a few weeks of visiting the city. Lima Syndrome AKA this is the antonymn of Stockholm Syndrome, Lima Syndrome deals with the phenomenon of hostage takers becoming sympathetic to the needs and feelings of their victims. Lima syndrome was coined after the Japanese embassy hostage crisis in Lima, that lasted from December 17, 1996 until April 22, 1997. Fourteen members of the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement took several hundred diplomats hostage at the official residence of Japan’s ambassador to Peru. Curiously, within a few days of the hostage crisis, the militants had released most of the captives. Last but not the least India Syndrome We could almost say this is the one Liverpool gave to the world… India Syndrome applies to people from the west visiting India to seek enlightenment, or to those with a deep interest in eastern mysticism, and saw a marked spike following the Beatles’ trips to India in 1968, to attend an advanced Transcendental Meditation. Taken to extremes, the condition has resulted in many westerners suffering, going missing, or in some extreme cases, dying – due to ‘extreme’ meditation (such as Tibetan ‘chöd’ which involves meditating next to corpses for up to ten days). India syndrome is not to be confused with Delhi-Belly Syndrome. Although that, too, can result in sufferers going missing for long periods of time. But don't stop going around the world!! Happy Learning
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Answered on 03/02/2015 Language/Spoken English

Mr Singaravelu, you have been keeping us busy on English Grammar... Is it that you are testing our gut on English? or is it that your students are really asking you too many questions and you come searching for answers! Just Joking! When it comes to the most versatile part of speech in a sentence,... ...more
Mr Singaravelu, you have been keeping us busy on English Grammar... Is it that you are testing our gut on English? or is it that your students are really asking you too many questions and you come searching for answers! Just Joking! When it comes to the most versatile part of speech in a sentence, you could say verbs rule. You can make an entire sentence out of one verb. For example, “Stop!” See, that’s a sentence! You can’t make a sentence with any other part of speech. Nouns cannot make a one-word sentence, nor can adjectives, adverbs, or any other part of speech. Wake, brush, drink, eat, wash, stand, sit, comb,wear, pick, read, write, Give, Meet, Greet, Open, Close, Listen, Pick, Drop, Look, Teach, Learn, Sleep, Laugh, Cry, Fight, Hide, Cook, Sing, Pray All of these words show some kind of action. They express something that a person, animal, or object can do. That’s why we call them action verbs. Language has become so inevitable that you need a word to identify an action 'Smile :)' Happy Learning!!
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Answered on 03/02/2015 Language/Spoken English

Now that we have spoken about Homonyms that we can enlighten the difference between Homonyms, Homophones, and Homographs? if you are confused about the differences between homonyms, homophones, and homographs, Homonyms: This is the big category the umbrella under which we find homophones and homographs. Homophones... ...more
Now that we have spoken about Homonyms that we can enlighten the difference between Homonyms, Homophones, and Homographs? if you are confused about the differences between homonyms, homophones, and homographs, Homonyms: This is the big category—the umbrella—under which we find homophones and homographs. Homophones are words that sound alike, but have different meanings and spellings. They are the sets of words that you probably learned in elementary school, though your teacher may have used the broader category of homonyms. for e.g. their and there, deer and dear, hear and here But Homographs are words that are spelled the same, but have different meanings and may have different pronunciations. wind and wind I can feel the wind in my hair. Wind up the string before it gets tangled. (Same spelling, different pronunciation.) One way to remember the difference between the terms homophone and homograph is by looking at the derivation of the words: HOMO ("same") + PHONE ("sound") HOMO ("same") + GRAPH ("writing") I wonder how much fun a linguist would be having studing langages. Happy Learning!!
Answers 18 Comments
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Answered on 31/01/2015 Language/Spoken English

People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing that's why we recommend it daily. Staying motivated is a daily effort. Start each day fresh with the intent of making it a good one. Don't be afraid to go out on a limb. That's where the fruit is. Follow your gut and put yourself... ...more
People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing that's why we recommend it daily. Staying motivated is a daily effort. Start each day fresh with the intent of making it a good one. Don't be afraid to go out on a limb. That's where the fruit is. Follow your gut and put yourself out there during your job interview. Be yourself. Don't be afraid to promote your talents. Rest is all you know about and your confidence that will seal the interview. By the way did you imagine there are so many people who are ready to help with just a question posted by you?
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Ganesh Iyer describes himself as Adept Freelance Trainer with 8 years of working experience with MNC's. He conducts classes in Call Center Training, Communication Skills Training and Leadership Training. Ganesh is located in Penukonda, Penukonda. Ganesh takes at students Home, Regular Classes- at his Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 11 years of teaching experience . Ganesh is pursuing Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) from Maharajah Sayajirao University. He is well versed in English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil and Telugu.

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