My aim is to make the teaching experience as interesting as possible for the pupils. The tutorials are prepared in a way that pupils learn the subject in fun way. Hindi is a very systematic language and is easy to learn quickly and imply on various areas.
I have been teaching Hindi for 3 years in Nottingham and have taught at least 20 pupils of all level on one to one basis which includes reading, writing, listening and speaking. I have also been serving as a Supply Hindi Teacher for Kala Niketan Hindi school, Nottingham since 2019.
An energetic, hard-working and honest individual who is considerate and helpful to others. Takes great pride in being committed and loyal with outstanding administrative and organisational skills. Possesses diplomatic and excellent communication, is quick to grasp new ideas and concepts and always keen to develop new skills and expertise. Able to work well both independently and as a part of a productive team with perseverance, demonstrating the motivational and multitasking abilities required to meet demanding deadlines while maintaining the highest standards. Articulate and proactive, combines a professional and confident approach with excellent interpersonal skills and can communicate concisely at all levels.
Key Skills & Expertise
• People oriented
• Customer relations/ service- orientation
• Excellent time management & prioritisation
• Team leadership & support/ team player
• Willingness to learn and take responsibilities
• Capacity to quickly “fit in” to an organisation
• Adaptability and flexibility
• Relationship - building and relationship management
• Emotional maturity
• Efficient and professional attitude at all times
• Positive and friendly attitude
• Strong work ethic
• Tactful and patient communication skills
• Basic administrative knowledge
• Creative and imaginative
1. Supply Hindi teacher at Kala Niketan Hindi School, Nottingham September 2018 to Present
• Teach Hindi to pupils on one to one basis depending on their age and ability.
• Preparing lesson plans and educating verbal and written language to the pupils along with visual aids.
• Maintain discipline, give homework, teach cultural values and other social skills to the pupils.
2. Volunteer Hindi teacher at Kala Niketan Hindi School, Nottingham September 2017 to July 2018
3. Community Governor at Arnbrook Primary School, Nottingham March 2016 to October 2018
• Attending Full Governing Body Meetings and Standard Committee Meetings.
• Planning the school’s future direction.
• Accountable for the performance of the school.
• Working on strategies to keep children safe in education.
• Making decisions with the other governing members on performance management policies.
• Making sure the agreed Curriculum is well taught.
• Deciding how the school can encourage pupils’ spiritual, moral and cultural development.
• Making sure the school provides for all pupils including those with special needs.
• Inspecting and Monitoring the Maths team for improvement and progression of the school.
• Decision making for exclusion of the pupils from school as a part of Discipline Committee Meeting.
4. Midday Supervisor at Arnbrook Primary School, Nottingham March 2016 to March 2017
• The duties include setting up the dining hall for the pupils to eat comfortably.
• Supervising pupils at mealtimes- encouraging children to eat healthily, helping infants to open packaging, and providing some social and educational training, such as good table manners.
• Cleaning up spillages from tables and clear the dining area.
• Overseeing children in the playground or during wet play and monitoring the safety and suitability of activities.
• Maintaining order, cautioning children who misbehave and reporting unresolved problems to the deputy head teacher or the head teacher.
• Making sure children who are ill or injured receive appropriate medical attention and reporting any serious accidents.
5. Shop Volunteer at St. Mary’s Hospice, Birmingham September 2011 to April 2012
• Volunteer 2 days a week in a local charity shop selling donated items.
• Assist shop manager in sorting and processing stock, assessing condition of garments and pricing accordingly.
• Deal with a wide variety of customers, serve on the till and handle cash & card transactions.
• Asked shop manager if could be responsible for creating the window displays, task which excel in with new displayed outfits often selling quickly.
• Getting to know some of the regular customers has helped to strengthen my interpersonal skills as a result.
• Established and maintained a positive work environment.
6. Interior Designer in India July 1996 to December 2005
1. Lean Organisation Management Techniques, Hertfordshire August 2018 NCFE Level 2 Certificate Regulated by Ofqual
2. Level 2 Certificate in Adult Literacy, Lincoln August 2012
Provider: City and Guild (Equivalent to GCSE)
3. Bachelor of Arts, University of Delhi, India (Level 6) July 1998 to April 2002 English, History, Economics, Hindi
4. Diploma in Interior Design, Board of Technical Education, Delhi, India (Level 5) July 1993 to July 1996
5. AISSCE (Equivalent to A-Level) April 1992 to May 1993
English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science
6. AISSE (Equivalent to GCSE) April 1990 to June 1991 English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science (with practical), Social Sciences, Art, Physical Education
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