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Ankita J.

As a home tutor 6 year experience. Mantra of study is have some fun and learn together.

Hiran Magri Sector 14, Udaipur, India - 313001.

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I am the tutor of the economy subject. I am giving home tuition since 2016. I am pursuing a Ph.D. in economics subject, I started online classes with the primary classes for the last 3 months but now I am looking only for class 11 (for all subjects)and B.A. (economics) students. if you're looking for a good guide and mentor for your learning goals then go on Urban pro and check my profile. Thank you so much and Regards.

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  • BA Tuition

Languages Spoken

Hindi Mother Tongue (Native)

English Proficient

Education

Bhupal's Nobel university Pursuing

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

mohanlal sukhadiya university 2010

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.)

mohanlal sukhadiya university 2012

Master of Commerce (M.Com.)

mohanlal sukhadiya university 2016

Master of Arts (M.A.)

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Hiran Magri Sector 14, Udaipur, India - 313001

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Teaches

Class 11 Tuition
20 Students

Class Location

Online Classes (Video Call via UrbanPro LIVE)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Class 11 Tuition

5

Board

CBSE, State

State boards taught

Delhi State Board, Rajasthan State Board

Preferred class strength

One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

CBSE Subjects taught

Accountancy, Economics

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Economics, Accountancy, Statistics

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 11 Tuition

I am a home tutor I teach since 2016. my teaching style is easy and impactful I use examples and mostly I use the questioner method mostly I used linear questions for learning. and I teach you how to prepare a short note in an effective way and how to convert your short not learning into easy type answers and i promise you as a tutor the whole procdure you will enjoy.

BA Tuition
20 Students

UrbanPro Certified Tutor

For BA Tuition

Class Location

Online Classes (Video Call via UrbanPro LIVE)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in BA Tuition

6

Field tutored for

Economics

Type of class

Regular Classes

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

Taught in School or College

No

BA Economics Subjects

Macroeconomics, Statistical Methods for Economics, Money and Financial Markets, Indian Economy, Development Economics, International Economics, Economic History of India, Environmental Economics, Microeconomics, Public Economics

Class 12 Tuition
2 Students

Class Location

Online Classes (Video Call via UrbanPro LIVE)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Class 12 Tuition

6

Board

CBSE

Preferred class strength

One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

CBSE Subjects taught

Accountancy, Economics

Taught in School or College

No

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 12 Tuition

I am doing work as a home tutor for the last 6 years. currently, I am pursuing a Ph.D. in Economics. I am confident about my skills, and if you will show confidence in me I am sure I leave up to your expectations. if you looking for a good mentor then go and check my profile and book the demo session now. Thank you so much.

Reviews (54)

4.8 out of 5 54 reviews

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BA Tuition BA Economics Subjects:International Economics,Statistical Methods for Economics Field tutored for :Economics

"I joined her tuition classes for two of my papers in my undergraduate degree. She is a very good teacher. She could work on controlling some external factors and her engagement with the students regarding teaching. Other than that, she was a very supportive and sweet teacher. Hoping for the best! "

Ankita Jain
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Verified Student

Class 11 Tuition

"Ankita maam is a very dedicated teacher. She teaches the subject and explains the concept nicely. My daughter joined her accounts class in October starting from the scratch .And it's been a good experience till date. "

Ankita Jain
M
Verified Student

Class 11 Tuition

"Ankita is a dedicated educator. She understands the child and proceeds as per them. She has been teaching my kid since last 1 month and I am happy to share that my kid has started taking interest in the subject which was my prime objective. Thank you Ma'am. "

Ankita Jain
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BA Tuition

"She is a good teacher. Her teaching style has left a impressive mark on me. She has cleared all my doubts whatever I have. Thank you. "

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FAQs

1. Which school boards of Class 12 do you teach for?

CBSE and State

2. Have you ever taught in any School or College?

No

3. Which classes do you teach?

I teach BA Tuition, Class 11 Tuition and Class 12 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 5 years.

Answers by Ankita (32)

Answered on 09/02/2022 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Economics

Giving food grains to the poor or distributing clothes cannot be the permanent solution to the problem of poverty rather the poverty can be removed when the poor start earning for themselves and also contribute to the growth of the nation. This is possible by providing income-generating assets to the... ...more

Giving food grains to the poor or distributing clothes cannot be the permanent solution to the problem of poverty rather the poverty can be removed when the poor start earning for themselves and also contribute to the growth of the nation.

This is possible by providing income-generating assets to the poor. The creation of income earning or generating assets will generate employment opportunities and it will be possible for the poor to raise their income, which will be helpful in improving their living standards and can also be helpful in solving the problem of poverty of the country.

 

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Answered on 09/02/2022 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Economics

There are great regional differences in educational attainment in India. Some states like Kerala Tamil Nadu and Uttaranchal have higher literally rates. While states like Bihar Rajasthan UP (Uttar Pradesh) Arunachal Pradesh has low literacy rates. This is due to inequalities in income and wealth on large... ...more

There are great regional differences in educational attainment in India. Some states like Kerala Tamil Nadu and Uttaranchal have higher literally rates. While states like Bihar Rajasthan UP (Uttar Pradesh) Arunachal Pradesh has low literacy rates. This is due to inequalities in income and wealth on large scale also a lack of investment by the Government in education. 1. The people of these states give less importance to education and are mainly employed in the agricultural sector or informal sector which has very little to do with education. 2. The people among these states suffer due to a lack of proper incentives for educational development. 3. The Government focuses more on metropolitan cities rather than the rural backward areas. 4. Availability of resources In India there are wide disparities in states in terms of availability of resources, availability of schools, colleges, awareness for education, etc. Hence this is also one of the reasons responsible for the present regional differences in educational attainment. 5. Lack of proper implementation of Government policies. In some the states of India either the benefits of Government policies on education do not reach or if they reach, there is a lack of proper implementation. Consequently, the children of these states are deprived of even elementary education.

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Answered on 09/02/2022 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Economics

ICMR (Indian Council for Medical Research): This organization formulates the rules and regulations relating to education and research in the health sector. v. National Institute of Health and Family Welfare: This organization is responsible for the promotion of health and family welfare programs. Organizations... ...more

ICMR (Indian Council for Medical Research): This organization formulates the rules and regulations relating to education and research in the health sector. v. National Institute of Health and Family Welfare: This organization is responsible for the promotion of health and family welfare programs.

Organizations that regulate the education sector: The ministries of education at the union and state level. National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT)

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Answered on 09/02/2022 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Economics

Obstacles that hinder the mechanism of agricultural marketing are as follows :(i) More middlemen: There is a large number of middlemen between the farmers and the final consumers. Therefore, the middlemen get the maximum benefit but the farmers get the minimum. (ii) Lack of storage facilities: There... ...more

Obstacles that hinder the mechanism of agricultural marketing are as follows :
(i) More middlemen: There is a large number of middlemen between the farmers and the final consumers. Therefore, the middlemen get the maximum benefit but the farmers get the minimum.

(ii) Lack of storage facilities: There is a lack of good storage facilities for the farmers to keep their produce safe. The storage facilities avail¬able in villages are very poor. About 10% to 20% of the produce is destroyed by rats.
(iii) Bad condition of rural transport: The transport conditions in rural areas are very bad. Most
of the rural roads are not metalled. These are
useless in rainy seasons. Even the rich farmers are not interested to carry their surplus produce to the mandis.
(iv) Lack of knowledge of the market: The farmers don’t have the knowledge of the demand and supply of their products in the market. They depend upon the information supplied by the intermediaries. This information is always in favor of mandis or the market. As a result, the farmers cannot get a reasonable price for their produce.

 

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Answered on 09/02/2022 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Economics

The economic policies developed by the British government in India were aimed at creating India as a supplier of Britain’s growing industries. The policies were targeted towards the development of Britain and boosting its economic status. India and its growth were completely ignored. Due to such... ...more

The economic policies developed by the British government in India were aimed at creating India as a supplier of Britain’s growing industries. The policies were targeted towards the development of Britain and boosting its economic status. India and its growth were completely ignored. Due to such policies, India became a supplier of raw materials and a market for finished goods from Britain. The impact of such a policy in India is as follows: 1. Indian economy witnessed very low economic growth. Studies reveal that the economy was growing at a speed of two percent during the periods 1900- 1950. The British government was more interested in maintaining and developing the economy of Britain. British rule ruined the agriculture sector and handicrafts and transformed India into a supplier of raw materials. 2. Indian agriculture system was not developed before independence, it was following old techniques and it was majorly affected by the colonial rule when the farmers were instructed to grow commercial crops instead of food grains. These commercial crops like cotton and indigo were used in industries in Britain for manufacturing textile. The peasants did not get any monetary benefit from growing these crops and hence no economic development happened. 3. The British have programmed systematic deindustrialization by leading to the downfall of the handicraft industry and with the lack of investment, other industries also failed to develop. Imposing heavy export tariffs on Indian-made goods led to a decrease in demand in the international market that ultimately led to the collapse of the handicraft industry. 4. The money that Indian goods earned from foreign trade was not invested in the Indian economy, it was used for managing the British army and expanding their colonial reach across Asia.

 

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Teaches

Class 11 Tuition
20 Students

Class Location

Online Classes (Video Call via UrbanPro LIVE)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Class 11 Tuition

5

Board

CBSE, State

State boards taught

Delhi State Board, Rajasthan State Board

Preferred class strength

One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

CBSE Subjects taught

Accountancy, Economics

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Economics, Accountancy, Statistics

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 11 Tuition

I am a home tutor I teach since 2016. my teaching style is easy and impactful I use examples and mostly I use the questioner method mostly I used linear questions for learning. and I teach you how to prepare a short note in an effective way and how to convert your short not learning into easy type answers and i promise you as a tutor the whole procdure you will enjoy.

BA Tuition
20 Students

UrbanPro Certified Tutor

For BA Tuition

Class Location

Online Classes (Video Call via UrbanPro LIVE)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in BA Tuition

6

Field tutored for

Economics

Type of class

Regular Classes

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

Taught in School or College

No

BA Economics Subjects

Macroeconomics, Statistical Methods for Economics, Money and Financial Markets, Indian Economy, Development Economics, International Economics, Economic History of India, Environmental Economics, Microeconomics, Public Economics

Class 12 Tuition
2 Students

Class Location

Online Classes (Video Call via UrbanPro LIVE)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Class 12 Tuition

6

Board

CBSE

Preferred class strength

One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

CBSE Subjects taught

Accountancy, Economics

Taught in School or College

No

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 12 Tuition

I am doing work as a home tutor for the last 6 years. currently, I am pursuing a Ph.D. in Economics. I am confident about my skills, and if you will show confidence in me I am sure I leave up to your expectations. if you looking for a good mentor then go and check my profile and book the demo session now. Thank you so much.

4.8 out of 5 54 reviews

Ankita Jain
A
Verified Student

BA Tuition BA Economics Subjects:International Economics,Statistical Methods for Economics Field tutored for :Economics

"I joined her tuition classes for two of my papers in my undergraduate degree. She is a very good teacher. She could work on controlling some external factors and her engagement with the students regarding teaching. Other than that, she was a very supportive and sweet teacher. Hoping for the best! "

Ankita Jain
R
Verified Student

Class 11 Tuition

"Ankita maam is a very dedicated teacher. She teaches the subject and explains the concept nicely. My daughter joined her accounts class in October starting from the scratch .And it's been a good experience till date. "

Ankita Jain
M
Verified Student

Class 11 Tuition

"Ankita is a dedicated educator. She understands the child and proceeds as per them. She has been teaching my kid since last 1 month and I am happy to share that my kid has started taking interest in the subject which was my prime objective. Thank you Ma'am. "

Ankita Jain
N
Verified Student

BA Tuition

"She is a good teacher. Her teaching style has left a impressive mark on me. She has cleared all my doubts whatever I have. Thank you. "

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Answers by Ankita J. (32)

Answered on 09/02/2022 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Economics

Giving food grains to the poor or distributing clothes cannot be the permanent solution to the problem of poverty rather the poverty can be removed when the poor start earning for themselves and also contribute to the growth of the nation. This is possible by providing income-generating assets to the... ...more

Giving food grains to the poor or distributing clothes cannot be the permanent solution to the problem of poverty rather the poverty can be removed when the poor start earning for themselves and also contribute to the growth of the nation.

This is possible by providing income-generating assets to the poor. The creation of income earning or generating assets will generate employment opportunities and it will be possible for the poor to raise their income, which will be helpful in improving their living standards and can also be helpful in solving the problem of poverty of the country.

 

Answers 3 Comments
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Answered on 09/02/2022 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Economics

There are great regional differences in educational attainment in India. Some states like Kerala Tamil Nadu and Uttaranchal have higher literally rates. While states like Bihar Rajasthan UP (Uttar Pradesh) Arunachal Pradesh has low literacy rates. This is due to inequalities in income and wealth on large... ...more

There are great regional differences in educational attainment in India. Some states like Kerala Tamil Nadu and Uttaranchal have higher literally rates. While states like Bihar Rajasthan UP (Uttar Pradesh) Arunachal Pradesh has low literacy rates. This is due to inequalities in income and wealth on large scale also a lack of investment by the Government in education. 1. The people of these states give less importance to education and are mainly employed in the agricultural sector or informal sector which has very little to do with education. 2. The people among these states suffer due to a lack of proper incentives for educational development. 3. The Government focuses more on metropolitan cities rather than the rural backward areas. 4. Availability of resources In India there are wide disparities in states in terms of availability of resources, availability of schools, colleges, awareness for education, etc. Hence this is also one of the reasons responsible for the present regional differences in educational attainment. 5. Lack of proper implementation of Government policies. In some the states of India either the benefits of Government policies on education do not reach or if they reach, there is a lack of proper implementation. Consequently, the children of these states are deprived of even elementary education.

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Answered on 09/02/2022 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Economics

ICMR (Indian Council for Medical Research): This organization formulates the rules and regulations relating to education and research in the health sector. v. National Institute of Health and Family Welfare: This organization is responsible for the promotion of health and family welfare programs. Organizations... ...more

ICMR (Indian Council for Medical Research): This organization formulates the rules and regulations relating to education and research in the health sector. v. National Institute of Health and Family Welfare: This organization is responsible for the promotion of health and family welfare programs.

Organizations that regulate the education sector: The ministries of education at the union and state level. National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT)

Answers 4 Comments
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Answered on 09/02/2022 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Economics

Obstacles that hinder the mechanism of agricultural marketing are as follows :(i) More middlemen: There is a large number of middlemen between the farmers and the final consumers. Therefore, the middlemen get the maximum benefit but the farmers get the minimum. (ii) Lack of storage facilities: There... ...more

Obstacles that hinder the mechanism of agricultural marketing are as follows :
(i) More middlemen: There is a large number of middlemen between the farmers and the final consumers. Therefore, the middlemen get the maximum benefit but the farmers get the minimum.

(ii) Lack of storage facilities: There is a lack of good storage facilities for the farmers to keep their produce safe. The storage facilities avail¬able in villages are very poor. About 10% to 20% of the produce is destroyed by rats.
(iii) Bad condition of rural transport: The transport conditions in rural areas are very bad. Most
of the rural roads are not metalled. These are
useless in rainy seasons. Even the rich farmers are not interested to carry their surplus produce to the mandis.
(iv) Lack of knowledge of the market: The farmers don’t have the knowledge of the demand and supply of their products in the market. They depend upon the information supplied by the intermediaries. This information is always in favor of mandis or the market. As a result, the farmers cannot get a reasonable price for their produce.

 

Answers 3 Comments
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Answered on 09/02/2022 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Economics

The economic policies developed by the British government in India were aimed at creating India as a supplier of Britain’s growing industries. The policies were targeted towards the development of Britain and boosting its economic status. India and its growth were completely ignored. Due to such... ...more

The economic policies developed by the British government in India were aimed at creating India as a supplier of Britain’s growing industries. The policies were targeted towards the development of Britain and boosting its economic status. India and its growth were completely ignored. Due to such policies, India became a supplier of raw materials and a market for finished goods from Britain. The impact of such a policy in India is as follows: 1. Indian economy witnessed very low economic growth. Studies reveal that the economy was growing at a speed of two percent during the periods 1900- 1950. The British government was more interested in maintaining and developing the economy of Britain. British rule ruined the agriculture sector and handicrafts and transformed India into a supplier of raw materials. 2. Indian agriculture system was not developed before independence, it was following old techniques and it was majorly affected by the colonial rule when the farmers were instructed to grow commercial crops instead of food grains. These commercial crops like cotton and indigo were used in industries in Britain for manufacturing textile. The peasants did not get any monetary benefit from growing these crops and hence no economic development happened. 3. The British have programmed systematic deindustrialization by leading to the downfall of the handicraft industry and with the lack of investment, other industries also failed to develop. Imposing heavy export tariffs on Indian-made goods led to a decrease in demand in the international market that ultimately led to the collapse of the handicraft industry. 4. The money that Indian goods earned from foreign trade was not invested in the Indian economy, it was used for managing the British army and expanding their colonial reach across Asia.

 

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Ankita J. describes herself as As a home tutor 6 year experience. Mantra of study is have some fun and learn together.. She conducts classes in BA Tuition, Class 11 Tuition and Class 12 Tuition. Ankita is located in Hiran Magri Sector 14, Udaipur. Ankita takes Online Classes- via online medium. She has 6 years of teaching experience . Ankita is pursuing Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) from Bhupal's Nobel university . Ankita has completed Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) from mohanlal sukhadiya university in 2010, Master of Commerce (M.Com.) from mohanlal sukhadiya university in 2012 and Master of Arts (M.A.) from mohanlal sukhadiya university in 2016. She is well versed in Hindi and English. Ankita has got 54 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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