Graduation @ Devi Ahilya Vishvidhyalay
Hi! I’m Navpreet and I am a Management tutor. As long as there are businesses, they would need to be managed. And management has several aspects: managing personnel, sales targets, accounts, production, etc. And different settings like factories, hotel industry, medical field, etc. need different management approaches. I teach how to take lead in managing different kinds of businesses, and the skills required for each. I have spent the last 2 years of my professional life managing staff and sales at large corporations. With this experience, I aim to teach management in practical ways. Students can expect to learn about different kinds of situations in business settings and how to handle them with confidence. My Top Subject
Absolute Advantage, AD-AS Model, Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply, Aggregate Expenditure Model, Anti-Trust Laws, Balance of Payment, Comparative Advantage, Consumer Surplus, Cross Price Elasticity, Demand and Supply, Economic Integration, Equilibrium of Demand and Supply, Exchange Rate, Externalities, Fiscal Policy
My approach towards this subject involves introducing any new concept to the student and asking them to reflect over it. There are various principles and theories by management maestros like Drucker and Taylor. I explain them and help students determine which ones are suitable in what context. Through hypothetical questions, I test their knowledge too. This further helps them to think with different perspectives in mind and decide well. Behind all this exercise is my desire to see my students perform well in their exams and have a rock-solid understanding of management.
Basic science, such as understanding how cells work, is research aimed at understanding fundamental problems. Applied science, such as the medical field, is the application of basic scientific knowledge to solve practical problems. Applied science uses and applies information obtained through basic science.
Biology is the branch of science that primarily deals with the structure, function, growth, evolution, and distribution of organisms. As a science, it is a methodological study of life and living things. It determines verifiable facts or formulates theories based on experimental findings on living things by applying the scientific method. An expert in this field is called a biologist. Some of the common objectives of their research include understanding the life processes, determining biological processes and mechanisms, and how these findings can be used in medicine and industry. Thus, biological research settings vary, e.g. inside a laboratory or in the wild. Biology is a wide-ranging field. It encompasses various fields in science, such as chemistry, physics, mathematics, and medicine
Body systems are groups of organs and tissues that work together to perform important jobs for the body. Some organs may be part of more than one body system if they serve more than one function. Other organs and tissues serve a purpose in only one body system. Examples include the respiratory system, nervous system, and digestive system.
The law of supply and demand is a theory that explains the interaction between the sellers of a resource and the buyers for that resource. The theory defines what effect the relationship between the availability of a particular product and the desire (or demand) for that product has on its price. Generally, low supply and high demand increase price and vice versa.
Equilibrium is the state in which market supply and demand balance each other, and as a result, prices become stable. Generally, an over-supply of goods or services causes prices to go down, which results in higher demand. The balancing effect of supply and demand results in a state of equilibrium.
Price elasticity of demand is a measure of the responsiveness of consumers to a change in a product's cost. The more general term demand elasticity measures the impact of a change in any of a variety of factors including the product's price. The formula for any calculation of demand elasticity is the percentage of change in the quantity that is in demand divided by the percentage change in the economic variable. So, if the price elasticity of demand is being measured, the formula would be the percentage of change in the quantity in demand divided by the percentage change in price. The formula for any calculation of demand elasticity is the percentage of change in the quantity that is in demand divided by the percentage change in the economic variable. So, if the price elasticity of demand is being measured, the formula would be the percentage of change in the quantity in demand divided by the percentage change in price
Income elasticity of demand refers to the sensitivity of the quantity demanded for a certain good to a change in real income of consumers who buy this good, keeping all other things constant. The formula for calculating income elasticity of demand is the percent change in quantity demanded divided by the percent change in income. With income elasticity of demand, you can tell if a particular good represents a necessity or a luxury.
The cross elasticity of demand is an economic concept that measures the responsiveness in the quantity demanded of one good when the price for another good changes. Also called cross-price elasticity of demand, this measurement is calculated by taking the percentage change in the quantity demanded of one good and dividing it by the percentage change in the price of the other good.
Consumer Surplus is the difference between the price that consumers pay and the price that they are willing to pay. On a supply and demand curve, it is the area between the equilibrium price and the demand curve
Producer surplus is the difference between how much a person would be willing to accept for given quantity of a good versus how much they can receive by selling the good at the market price. The difference or surplus amount is the benefit the producer receives for selling the good in the market. A producer surplus is generated by market prices in excess of the lowest price producers would otherwise be willing to accept for their goods.
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The work was excellent but I didn't receive the assignment on time. I wasn't able to submit one of the assignments because of the deadline.
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