Harshad Kasliwal - Mathematics Tutor in Mumbai

Harshad Kasliwal   (On Spanedea since May 19, 2015)

Maths and Physics tutor - IIT student


B.Tech. from IIT Bombay in Mechanical, 2013, M.Tech. from IIT Bombay in Mechanical - CIM, 2015

Tutoring Experience: 6 Months


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About Harshad Kasliwal

I am pursuing integrated B.Tech and M.Tech from IIT Bombay. I possess good basic knowledge in the fields of Mathematics and Physics. I try to put my full efforts in understanding and solving problems, and I ask for help in case I could not solve problems myself. I want my students to follow the same methodology. Regarding my experience in teaching, I have been a mentor to students as well as a teaching assistant to a professor.


IIT JEE 2009, 648 AIR


My objective behind teaching students is to share my knowledge with the needful.

Educational Qualification

B.Tech. from IIT Bombay in Mechanical, 2013

M.Tech. from IIT Bombay in Mechanical - CIM, 2015

Frankly speaking make your IIT success story

No matter how good or bad your exam preparation is, what matters is how you are going to perform in those final three hours of examination. Obviously, you cannot perform well without good preparation. I am just saying that performing well with good preparation is not a given! You have got to be smart, to be prepared for the worst when luck is no...

Rate (INR/hr):  250

Rate could vary upwards depending on exact student requirement ( e.g. if requirement is very specialised, or if requirement demands a lot of background preparation)

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Hi Anamika, "There is no such thing as a free lunch" - it is impossible to get something for nothing. I believe every student can crack IIT JEE, given your hardwork and dedication. Chemistry is mostly theoretical, Mathematics on the other hand is mostly problem solving, while Physics is a combination of both. In every subject, firs...

Hi Pritam, Yes, you can do that. You have to solve NCERT excercises anyhow for the boards. My way of studying was selecting a topic first, reading all the theories on it with complete understanding, then solving the problems both in HCV and NCERT.  Note that the theory part (on a particular topic) in HCV may be quite different from ...

Hi Akshay, Yes, many people have done that - people who have shown their dedication and brilliance. But it is not a general case, as almost all the students opt for the other way of joining some or the other coaching classes. Some only take classes on the subjects they are weak at. I'm not discouraging you, I believe everyone can but the...

Hi Anjali, You have the material from which you can study; what you need is a strategy. You must read all the topics of all the subjects (with a proper schedule and targets) thoroughly, understand all the fundamental theorems and principles, and solve the questions based on that. You should give as many mock tests as you can, for practicing ...

Hi Aditya, Preparing for a board exam is totally different from that of any competitive exams, like JEE. Your strategy should be: 1. Follow you the text books and your instructors - make proper notes, ask him/her even the silliest of doubts, as your fundamentals should be clear. 2. Have a study group of friends that can solve your pr...

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