Chemistry Faculty (JEE and NEET)
Q1. Please share your educational and professional journey with us?
I belong from Capital city of U.P., Lucknow. I did my schooling from Lucknow. I did my bachelors degree in Engineering (Civil Engineering) from BIET Jhansi (State Govt.) & Masters Degree from National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur (H.P.). Presently I am working as Chemistry Faculty at Bhardwaj Career Classes, Dwarka New Delhi & Guiding students through my You Tube channel (Chemistry-360).
Q2. You are a Civil Engineer then why did you choose teaching as a profession?
After Graduated from NIT, Hamirpur I joined ABES Engineering College, Ghaziabad. Besides teaching UG Students I also started guiding students preparing for JEE. During this period, I was more fascinating to guide students preparing for JEE. I started teaching chemistry to the students of Foundation classes. In this period I improved my technical knowledge & soft skills, which I lacked.
Q3. You have been teaching from last 5 years. How is your experience as a Chemistry faculty for JEE and NEET?
Excellent. Teaching young minds is a challenging job. Teaching JEE aspirants makes you more creative & hard working. Every day you learn new skill & need of students which help to solve their doubts. Continuous motivation is required throughout the year to maintain focus study for Examination.
Q4. Chemistry is known for its long chemical names. How do you generate interest in students for Chemistry?
Yes, Chemistry requires lot of memorizing concept. But every concept has its own pattern to learn. I gave students lot of tricks & Shortcuts to understand basics of chemistry so that students can remember for longer duration. Studying chemistry during Morning time is recommended for easy learning.
Q5. Give some tips to students to clear the JEE and NEET?
As we know that it is tough to crack the JEE because of the vast syllabus and stiff competition from students. I have following three points tip to students to crack JEE & perform effectively during examination.
1. Make your own notes: Every student should have their own notes. Notes should be short so that student can easily revise before examination.
2. Focused study: Students must aware of paper pattern and analyze previous year’s questions, so that they should more focused on important & frequent asked questions/Topics. They can take help of teachers as well for more guidance.
3. Pratice, Practice & Practice: After completing every topic, students should practice more & more questions, which make them good command over the subject.
Q6. Do you recommend any books/Study Materials for chemistry to crack JEE/NEET?
First of all, Students should have good command over NCERT. Make proper notes during classes. It is advised to practice more questions from Different Books, Previous Year Questions & DPP Sheets. Student can also join test series to practice more Problems. Remember “More & more Practice can help students to crack any competitive examinations”.
Q7. What you will do in your free time?
During my free time, I read stories of Entrepreneurs & business news across the world. I also have keen interest to stock market Investing.
Q8. What is your future plan?
I believe everyone must explore themselves in life. I am associated with many educational organizations through which I am guiding many students for JEE/NEET. My plan is to extend my technical knowledge & managerial skill to start my own educational institute/ Edutech Company to guide & motivate ample of students for JEE/NEET. Presently I am also teaching Chemistry in digital platforms to provide free education to students.