Principles and laws are uncovered with the active participation of the student in their discovery.
Questions and problems are focussed on ascertaining whether the understanding is correct.
Asking questions is encouraged. Earnestly try to grasp the reason for students' errors.
Learning draws on all subjects and experiences of the student
National Science Talent Search ( now KVPY ) awardee.
Rank < 100 at IIT-JEE.
98 percentile at GRE both general and advanced.
M.Sc. from IIT Kanpur.
Research Scholar in Theoretical Elementary Particle Physics at TIFR, Mumbai.
Lecturer in Physics for Undergraduates at Wilson college and Jaihind college, Mumbai.
Have taught at various reputed schools classes 11 and 12 under ISC, CBSE, IGCSE ( O and A level )
Also tutored students individually at home as well as online.
All the rates specified below are for tuition at the tutor's classroom.
For IIT-JEE or IIT-JAM or KVPY or SAT or GRE advanced preparation:-
up to 20 hours a month : Rs.800 per hour
21 to 30 hours a month : Rs.700 per hour
For 11th-12th CBSE, ISC, IGCSE:-
up to 20 hours a month : Rs.600 per hour
21 to 30 hours a month : Rs.500 per hour
Perfect! The teaching methodology of Sudhir Sir is 'ideal'. I feel very very lucky to have found him. As he says in his profile - 'clarity is strength' , he puts in his best to incorporate the same. He wouldn't simply introduce a concept, usually other teachers do. He shall provide a proper context and motivation for that concept. He will start from the very basic. And the way he portrays the basics, grasping the bit difficult next level concepts, becomes really easy.
He teaches in a friendly way. One can ask him any doubt and he will clear it. He would prepare his notes(which I must say provide a different perspective) to be taught. He is truly an intellect. And being his student is an honor.
Mature and intelligent. Unfortunately did not get proper career options guidance, nor received good teaching at coaching factory in Kota. Frank about her unsuccessful attempts at IIT-JAM. Learns physics well when presented to give clarity and enjoyment. Motivated to make a track change in career. A pleasure to have such a student.
Sudhir Pandit is a terrific teacher! It seems very strange, and almost somewhat impertinent that I should be writing this, as he was my 9th standard physics teacher - and what a wonderful teacher he was! It is entirely due to him that I became interested in physics. I still have many vivid memories of his classes. One example is the day when I finally understood what inertia was. One of our homework questions was to label all the forces on a ball flying through the air. I drew two vectors, one being the force of gravity pulling the ball downwards, while the other was the (non-existent) force “pulling” the ball forward through the air - because surely, ‘something’ was causing the ball to move in that direction!! I remember the shock and surprise I felt after Sudhir explained to me that there was no “pulling” force - it was moving due to its inertia. To this day I can still remember what my diagram looked like and where we were standing when I finally learnt what Newton’s first law meant. Besides this, Sudhir would often tell us stories of his days as a student at IIT Kanpur and at TIFR, Bombay, and also anecdotes about Richard Feynman. All of this made me feel a mysterious attraction to the way of life he was describing. It took me a few more years to realize that what he was describing was becoming a physicist, and since then, physics, and the life it brings, has been one of the great joys and loves of my life - and I have Sudhir Pandit to thank for it.
But besides all this, Sudhir was and is a wonderful friend. He gave me much advice about life and was always willing to listen when I had a problem. During my Ph.D years I lost touch with Sudhir and his family, but then he got in touch with me when I was a post-doctoral scholar at MIT. I was so happy to receive that mail, and we have stayed in touch ever since. Again, it seems terribly improper for me to write a recommendation of my beloved teacher, but as that is what I have been requested, I would like to say: Beware! Learning physics from Sudhir is contagious! You may end up catching a life-long bug to do physics and it may change the course of your life! But it will certainly be a life filled with questions and curiosity, and you could hardly ask for more. I hope that many of you will discover the deep joy and pleasure of learning with Sudhir and thus experience looking at the world through the eyes of a physicist. Many years from now, you might find that you are writing such a message yourself describing a beloved teacher and friend. I hope that you may find that happiness too!
Sudhir has more than 45 years of teaching experience and the students have always been happy to learn with him. He has genuine concern for each and every student whom he teaches. He has enormous patience and treats each question from the student carefully to make sure that the student really understands the answer, the concept and the subject. He has also a wonderful insight into the many facets of teaching, is imaginative and enthusiastic. Not just the student, but even the parents are happy with his teaching. His gentle and calm personality and deep and thorough knowledge of the subjects make him an outstanding teacher, much sought-after by students.
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