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About Johny Ijaq
I am a Biology tutor with 4 years of experience. I was qualified for CSIR-JRF with 34th rank at national level. I am currently pursuing PhD in Bioinformatics.
I am passionate about teaching Biology especially to students preparing for medical entrances. I have two years of experience in taking home tuitions for medical entrance exams. Apart from that I was associated with Raman High school for teaching Biology. My teaching methodology is to help students in strengthening base concepts, foundation for excelling in Medical entrance examinations.
To utilize my skills and experience for the better development of students and to help them achieve success.
B.Sc. from Kakatiya University in Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, 2007
M.Sc. from Osmania University in Biochemistry, 2011
Doctrate from Osmania University in Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, 2016
Rate (INR/hr): 400
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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In hermaphrodite flowers (flowers that has both male and female reproductive organs), there are more chances for the pollen grains to come into contact with the stigma of the same flower resulting in inbreeding (to breed within; mating between individuals or organisms that are genetically related). To avoid this self pollination, flowering plant...