Teachers- How Good You Want To Be?

Teachers- How Good You Want To Be?

Written by Prins Sir

Teaching is not to create awareness alone, but to enhance the thinking capacity of the students such that they develop the required skills to be successful in their career. The duty and responsibility as a teacher is to bring the students up to a level so that they’ll feel they can do it all by themselves. A teacher has to make teaching- a creative work. Great teachers are the ones who inspire the children to become someone valuable in this society. These teachers see good things in others; they stimulate the thoughts of the child. They teach from their heart, not from the books. They develop a good personal relationship with the students and the bond between the student and the faculty will be immense. These teachers motivate the students and the students feel that the teacher is really interested in their studies.

Teachers discuss various issues and the students will open up. Only when we create a good relation, the student will understand us better and we’ll be able to guide and teach them. A teacher is not built up in a day; only our strong passion, desire and experience can drive us to become a good teacher. A teacher need to have a vision, mission and purpose in order to teach. We deal with tender, human lives. Only hard work, sincere approach and dedication can develop our teaching capabilities. Just for the sake of teaching, you can complete the portions; that is not what we teachers are meant for.

 Our duties and responsibilities are of the highest degree. Teachers have to prepare the subject well in advance, write notes, solve problems and other related literature. A teacher should make a semester plan well in advance and develops a rough sketch of how you’ll engage the classes. A thoughtful teacher keeps in mind of the allotted time for completing the modules. A teacher should have a good time management quality. As teachers, we’re accountable to our students, their parents, the college management and finally to the almighty God.

“We need to provide positive thoughts and good insight to the students. We lay the foundation for their bright career.”

We must stay together with them as a good mentor, dissimulate essential knowledge and devote our time and energy for the upbringing of these young minds with love and affection. I shall say that the 3 P’s to become a perfect teacher are PRACTICE, PRACTICE & PRACTICE. Hard-work, lots of practice, dedication and at times  a little amount of smart work can do wonders in the lives of young teachers who look upon this profession as a noble deed and devote their time for a global enlightenment which its for a humanitarian cause.

– Mathew Princ Korah Philip
  Assistant Professor, Albertain Institute Of Science & Technology, Kochi, India.

PS 1: In fact, I might not know how I felt while copying this content from the hardcopy he’d paid me for reading last week. But I know, he is not a normal lecturer unlike other staff members in my college. Yea! I suppose, there is no one else in my college who owns a little weird attitude or personality, he’s as a college lecturer to his beloved Mechanical Engineering scholars; it creates a notable difference indeed. That day when I became so close to him and the way he treated me like a friend whenever I go to his cabin for speaking about something I or he’d in mind led to the foundation of a vivacious bridge in between us. He promoted me to elapse the beauty of my views by giving precise topics to be penned, or constantly tried to stretch myself for who I’m to what I wanted to be in life. We never talked about anything regarding my studies during our discussions thus far; sometimes that really amazed me though. An awestruck of emotions and blessings shared by someone- a weird teacher- knowingly, understanding myself through who I’m. I shall call him Princ Sir: the best-weird-lecturer I’ve ever seen.

PS 2: I’m not updating this post to get notified in front of those colleagues who’s been following my blog updates. Well, this post doesn’t make any sense to many of you, I know; I’ve just dictated what I’ve in me about this person. Keep smiling! 🙂

 

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A big NO to Mechanical Engineering!

“Why so, Mom? Neither dad nor I have a problem with the choice I opted, you know?  If that’s the case, why have you been so tensed regarding it?”

“Look Vidu! I should… After all, I’m your mom. Even I too don’t have any objection regarding your selection of Engineering, as for the higher studies. The solitary matter is you ought to choose any other branch in Engineering rather than Mechanical stream as your favored choice.”

The above conversation declines the argument between a daughter (my cousin) and her mom, as I was sitting next to them, hearing all this in a family gathering during the concluding twelvemonth. Since the topic didn’t pay much attention to me, I kept ‘mum’ in their aggregated court for a while, taking in the most interesting division of an opera based on their own true-tale. Well, the conversation ended up with the success of my aunt’s objections against her lovely daughter who was keenly interested to put her picture in the field of Engineering, I mean, Mechanical Engineering; the fate factor or her mom’s willingness to ensure her daughter not as a Mechanical Engineer paved her pathway to the door of Electronics and Communication Engineering, later.

Though there is modest attraction towards core branches of Engineering now-a-days, if you ask a girl candidate or her parent, the reply will be like, “I don’t want Mechanical Engineering for my kid; she cannot carry a machine”, “Why Mechanical Engineering for a young woman? They’re not supposed to engage upon such kind of jobs unlike we men do”

I’d aver that the sphere of technology is one of the few meritocracies that is founded on logical analysis and intellectual sentiment, so whomsoever is diligent and professional, and always strive for excellence, then it doesn’t matter whether you’re a boy/girl who belongs to Mechanical Engineering or any other trades coming below it.

If I shall build a symbolic coin with a logo on Royal Mechanical’s face at the head, and so the other side of the coin would be none other than an insignia of the Royal Mechanical Boys. I said Boys! When it comes to Mechanical Engineering, many among us, especially we Indians have a mentality that this course stream is under the dominance of boys only. Still, I don’t know the precise cause behind their wrong perspective regarding it though. Hence, the minority of girls (say 60:5 ratio in a class) who favor this track would have been much courageous and have the guts to choose a classroom where they’ve to sit and study together with the other gender for 4 years.

However, the branch of Mechanical Engineering is not simply limited to rough labor. The branch has got a major subdivision like Manufacturing Engineering, Thermal Engineering, Engineering Design, Industrial Engineering etc. Among these, the Manufacturing Engineering deals with the manufacturing of automobiles, passenger vehicles, trains, railroad infrastructure, ships, aeroplanes, heavy machinery etc. It has already been producing very wide opportunities all round the world and thus girls can exercise in the designing, programming and administering manufacturing process. Whereas Industrial Engineering includes the method of dispensing small, medium and large industries efficiently and effectively. This division is more suitable for girls. They can easily excel in the factory administration since it likewise holds to put less physical exertion. Similarly, the other classes of the course also receive the advantages which are worth mentioning for a young woman to carry along her career if she’s a firm will power and determination to acquire what she need in her life, irrespective of caring the imposition of others choice on her.

PS: Personally saying, I feel like I’m running into a chamber of darkness where you can sustain a bunch of acquaintances, but no one among them is a young woman.

Photo Credits: Google Images

 

Engineering Spur

When I’m in for Engineering class schedules at college,

My mind vanishes off for being inside something STRANGE.

Is this what we commonly termed as LECTURES?

I’m walking around the corners of this disguising path,

Where there is a hopeful TARGET for my parent’s sake is inside me.

There isn’t much effort required for its completion,

But the extra HARD besides WORK, transforms it into a detestable state.

It’s still unknown for me about my absence in a delightful world,

That includes streams of personal concerns and interests.

                   Thanks,
                    Rahul

Tangled ZERO can be continued! :P

Haha!This one really stumbled over my head like HELL…. 😀 😛
I just need to ask you all a SINGLE reasonable QUERY??
Is RAHUL ASHOK,  an INSANE or MAD enough to think like this??

Am I MAD?? 😀 😛

Mathematics is such a great finding by our ancestors I know. But why it is so far comprehensive furore for me?? I think, there is something barring inside my BRAIN as a svelte impact. This is just a continuation of my post, Tangled Zero, which was updated few days before. So there is no need of any additional introductions or contents regarding the topic it seems. Let me directly share few of my weird and creaky tines about the above mentioned subject. Hope you all will enjoy reading my negotiable findings at-least for FUN. 🙂 😀

What made my brain to have chits like this?? 😀 :/

1)We all know, zero coming as a denominator is an indivisible by a numerator or it is be an UNDEFINED inset in Mathematics. Here, I’m going to prove that 0/0(Zero divided by Zero) can be equal to 2!
Mathematically stating,
                                                0/0=2?????
Please don’t go away from https://myindividualinsights.wordpress.com/ by just reading the above interrogative tag! LOL. 😀 😛
My proof:
 0/0= (100-100)/(100-100)

Right side implies: ((10*10)-(10*10))/((10*10)-(10*10))[Simply splits 100 into its multiples]

 >> ((10^2)-(10^2))/((10)*(10-10))

>>((10+10)*(10-10))/((10)*(10-10))

>>((10+10))/(10) [Cutting (10-10), which is common in both numerator and denominator. I know 10-10=0 and 0/0 is UNDEFINED. But LOGICALLY?????]

 >>20/10=2.

Hence the proof. 😀 😛 😉

2) Another one with variables! 😛
Assume that a=b and a^2= ab

Then, ((a^2))-(b^2))=((ab-b^2))

>>((a+b)*(a-b))=(b*(a-b))

>>(a+b)=b

>>(a+a)=a

>>2a=a

>>2=(a/a)

>>2=1!

Huh? Any further questions from my blooms? LOL. 😀 😉

Disclaimer: I don’t know whether all the above mentioned LOGICS are some fallacy’s against the world renowned subject, MATHEMATICS, by me!  If you felt anything intellectual or dusky about me, kindly take this as for fun only. But I DON’T CARE ABOUT ANYONE, who DISSENTS with my unfamiliar thoughts( Still, exceptions would be there I know). This is RAHUL ASHOK, a non-renewable and utilitarian guy having always fidelity on his thoughts and opinions. 🙂 😀

Thanks,
Rahul
 

Tangled ZERO! :P

WARNING: This isn’t just some funny thoughts from me! It dictates in to my brain few years back itself. May be, you people would call me MAD after reading this post! But I must post this, since I would like to convey few of my ardent and weird-full perennials about it. No worries about what you think about me! Since most of them can’t imbibe my IDEAS regarding the topic clearly. I don’t care whether you agree, disagree or take it as mislay as the verdict. I’m not brave enough like Archimedes or any other mathematical brain teasers. After all, it had come from Rahul Ashok’s crazy mind you know?? I always agree with the opinions, which I feel right to be okay with it even though others have the extreme opinions when comparing. Anyway, have a nice read in advance my dear WP family members! 😀 🙂

Arithmetic is where numbers fly like pigeons in and out of your head! 😛


Mathematics??????

“Mathematics (means “knowledge, study and learning”) is the study of quantity, structure, space, and change.Mathematicians seek out patterns and formulate new conjectures. Mathematicians resolve the truth or falsity of conjectures by mathematical proof. The research required to solve mathematical problems can take years or even centuries of sustained inquiry. Since the pioneering work of Giuseppe Peano (1858–1932), David Hilbert (1862–1943), and others on axiomatic systems in the late 19th century, it has become customary to view mathematical research as establishing truth by rigorous deduction from appropriately chose axioms and definitions. When those mathematical structures are good models of real phenomena, then mathematical reasoning often provides insight or predictions.”(Credits: Wikipedia broh). 😀 🙂

Arithmetic is where numbers fly like pigeons in and out of your head. 😀

Blaaa blaaaa blaaaaaaa…….! (I saw some more additional information regarding the subject while surfing). Hope it would be boring for you to read the origin of all this indifferent histories. Now, it’s Rahul Ashok’s turn to expose his views about the topic…Hurray …. :D. You are going to read some strange thoughts from this guy! May be just some FOOLISH creative post you have ever seen…..! 😀
I don’t know, how comes the sum or multiplication or division of 1+1=2, 1*1=1, 1/1=1, ………….???? When I have started learning Mathematics during childhood school days, it was always similar to a sombre one for me to workout. Not because of the solitary stream about it, but the logical aspects sucked my brain cells like hell. There was no problem for me to study the basics including numbers! 😀 I have learnt from one digit’s to 10’s, 100’s, 1000’s, 10000’s, 100000’s…etc….etc….easily though. So from where did I starts hating Mathematics?? It was from the beginning of basic operations I guess. Starting from addition, subtraction, multiplication, division….etc…..etc….till integration that I have studied on last year. My logical thinking was strongly against the way thought by masters! Combined ATTACK of numbers and symbols while problem solving made me to think, why it comes so; rather than solving the problem to find an answer as soon like other pals who were sitting next to me.

If two wrongs don’t make a right, try three! 😛

1+1=2?? It must be 1 no?? As I think, the combination and addition of two same products will results in formation of that product itself. If we pour half part of an empty glass with water (1) and remaining part with the same quantity of water (1) later, what would be the result?? A huge 1 know?? 😀 😛
1/1=1?? It must be zero no?? I have one diary milk shots with me. If I give that single shot to you, what will be left with in my hands??

Is he fool enough to think like this as a CLOWN?? Haha! I know….you guys have started jeering at Rahul, huh? :D. It’s okay…! He is still happy to reveal all this clods in front of his WordPress family. Well, you can call me as much funny names you have. No worries for him! :D. In fact it’s all because of the subject, MATHEMATICS made him to think so. Let me tell you a funny incident happened when I was studying in 4th grade. It was on those days, I have started learning about negative numbers, decimals and so on. Negative numbers??? Haha… I ain’t laughing at myself for the formal discussion with master for getting my lost marks back in the exam conducted. It was a simple answerable paper. But my logical thinking provoked me to sequel in the attempted exam and the result was a HUGE FAILURE. 4 out of 20 marks! I 😀 :D. Still remember few of the questions asked in that damn shrilled exam.

1) -(2-3)=-5

2) -14+-14=0

3) -24-24=0

4) (-6)-(-5)=-11

You would say that he didn’t get the logic well to solve those problems! But I must say,
“I OWE A LOGIC MADE BY MY OWN, WHO DIDN’T TEACHED ME BY ANYONE YET! MUST HAVE A LOOK ON THAT TOO KNOW??”

Can’t 3 and 2 be equalized?? Equal means, both has the same value, huh?? Which means 2+3=4=3+2=6???? Huh?? I’m confused. But Rahul will show you, how 3 and 2 can be equalized! 😀 :P. Don’t dare to tell me, even logical problems is included in this PROOF too. Listen….

What I’m going to do is taking 2 equations!
3a-2a=0—–(1)
3(b+c)-2(b+c)=0——(2)
Check whether the equation satisfies both LHS and RHS by giving values for variables a, b and c!
Since the RHS is equal for both the equations (1) and (2), it can be rewritten as:

3a-2a=3(b+c)-2(b+c)

>>3a-2a=3b+3c-2b-2c (After expansion)

>>3a-3b-3c=2a-2b-2c (Shifting the terms of 3 to LHS and the terms of 2 to RHS)

>>3(a-b-c)=2(a-b-c) (Taking common factor)

>>3=2 (Cut out the common terms)

>>3=2 and hence the proof!

I have often admired the mystical way of Pythagoras, and the secret magic of numbers! 🙂

99% of you will strongly disagree with this proof! Remaining 1%??? I’m included in it. LOL. 😀
I know it won’t be a appease full way of talking towards you…..But my LOGIC’S are always overwhelming me like this!  I liked it anyway. “Being a weird one among others always serves me some sort of pleasure! Haha..”

Through this post, I’m not conveying anything wrong or shoddy diatribes about; Mathematics: A great and interesting subject always. May be I have something went wrong with my brain! That could be the reason. :D. Hope I didn’t spared much of your valuable time for reading this crazy post. If I did, deeply regret for doing such a permeate job on you. I’m SORRY….

Thanks,
Rahul