The subjects I like to teach work in a flow. So I start with a basic concept of phenomenon which is resulting in the initiation of the next process and that to another. Once you understand that every action or every process would be triggered by something and would result in something, these subjects come easy.
I am an engineer and have been teaching at different point in my life. My first lesson was to my classmates in primary school but I have done the major part of my teaching in my A levels where I was a teaching assistant and would help students understand the concepts they would miss in the class.
students below A Levels would be charged 8/hr
A conscientious mechanical engineering graduate with an analytical and critical approach possessing a longing interest to exert and enhance skills and knowledge in the field. An inquisitive mind seeking an environment to help, build, learn and grow along.
September 2016- July 2019: BEng (Mechanical)- QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY BELFAST
Degree Classification (2:2)
• Manufacturing: Manufactured a mini oscillating engine. Operations involved metal melting and cutting, sand casting, CNC machining, welding, manual fine tuning and detailing. Parts assembled and engine tested on an air pump.
Systematic product disassembly and assembly with a team of eight for design optimization and feasibility for a quicker and automated assembly. Changes to assembly line and new product designs developed using DFA methods and CAD software. Results ranked among top 6 out of 150.
• Design: Calculated, estimated and improvised theoretically justified parameters for a mechanical gearbox. Functional understanding developed for part selection and assembly. Produced a functioning SOLIDWORKS model.
Led a team of five for a trebuchet building project. Designed on CAD and laser cut out of MDF. Manually assembled and participated in a competition.
Nissan Almera 1800 cc petrol and Ford Mondeo 2000cc turbo-charged diesel engines dissected and assembled with a team of 4. Also inspected a Yamaha R6 600cc petrol engine.
• Final year project: Carbon-footprint analysis of a micro-home collaborated with Kudos Northern Ireland. LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) used to calculate carbon footprint, identify hotspots and study the impact. Improved and feasible designs proposed as a final report to mitigate the carbon footprint.
September 2017- International Diploma in engineering (Mechanical)
INTO QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY BELFAST, UK
2015: A-Levels – Nixor College, Karachi, Pakistan
Mathematics (B), Physics (C), Chemistry (D)
September 2013: GCSE O-LEVELs, The City School, Karachi, Pakistan
1 A*, 2 As, 5 Bs, 1 C including Mathematics (A), Physics (A), Chemistry (B), Additional Mathematics (C)
Titanic Belfast (April 2018- Present)
Part of a hospitality team responsible for optimal performance of three outlets consisting of a bistro, bar, and a café
• Thrived in a fast-paced hospitality role, requiring premium service and interaction with international customers
• Tasks include handling cash and card transactions, replenishing stock, serving food, setting up, closing and cleaning
• Function according to company policies and legal requirements
• Strong communication skills developed while working as a team
• Demonstrated flexibility in shifts as per work load and team requirements
• Demonstrated adaptability by working in a variety of roles within the outlet
• Was able to showcase and develop quick learning ability during trainings
• Software: SolidWorks, AutoCAD, Microsoft Office
• Decision making
• Problem solving and troubleshooting
• Team work
• Time management
• Always learning
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