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Pankhuri Rajshree

Pankhuri R.


Masters @ Banaras Hindu University

About me

My outside interests are I love to teach children when I'm on a vacation at home. And I love experiencing nature. Going out for walks and experiencing it. I believe nature is one of the masterpieces. ! And I love watching documentaries. You should always highlight the qualities to which interviewer should feel they are useful and impressive.

I can Teach:

Anatomy, Animalia, Basics of Cell Biology, Basics of Ecology , Basics of Genetics , Basics of Human Physiology, Biotechnology, Cell Biology , Ecology, Evolution, Genetics , Human Physiology , Immunology, Life Sciences, Living World

Teaching Experience

I am masters in bioinformatics from banaras hindu university in 2013. Having 3 years of college teaching experience, where I taught subjects of biotechnology, bioinformatics and life sciences etc. And now involved in freelancing teaching since 1 year in biology.

My Expertise

  • Anatomy
  • Animalia
  • Basics of Cell Biology

Top subjects

Science Basics

The basic science can be even said as detailed science because it tells you the most detailed one. And as you ask what is basic then it is the science of complication you see, the science you learn in childhood is not basic but advanced science which is being formulated by assumptions of basic science which can and even altered many times.


Biology is important because it helps us understand how living things work and how they function and interact on multiple levels, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Advances in biology have helped scientists do things such as develop better medicines and treatments for diseases, understand how a changing environment might affect plants and animals, produce enough food for a growing human population, and predict how eating new food or sticking to an exercise regimen might affect our bodies.

Basics of Ecology

Every person has two copies of each gene, one inherited from each parent. Most genes are the same in all people, but a small number of genes (less than 1 percent of the total) are slightly different between people. Alleles are forms of the same gene with small differences in their sequence of DNA bases. These small differences contribute to each person’s unique physical features.


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