Habib NUST Tutor
One of the most rewarding parts of the job as a teacher is seeing students learn and grow over time. Teachers may find it exciting to see students develop new skills, gain confidence, and make progress in their academic and personal development. Secondly, asking questions is a major step to understanding anything. I would love to answer any questions.
I have devoured whatever I could find, and however, I could satisfy my interest. The journey had been started when I used to watch scientific movies like The Imitation Game, the man who knew the infinity, A beautiful mind, and Genius. During my intermediate level, my two teachers in chemistry visualize me the actual meaning of the chemical world which boost me enough to get admission to NUST (National University of Science and Technology), which honour me to become the first person in the village who got admission in NUST. The environment of NUST was opposite to my previous Cadet College. Not only studying but I was also building my personality through extracurricular activities. I was a certificate holder at my college level in badminton and hockey. I didn’t lose this blessing awarded with the player of the tournament award in the Sports gala held in SNS (School of Natural Sciences) NUST. Not only this I have also organized some of the great events in SNS like organizing sports week in SNS, Mini Sports week, a welcome party for juniors, and a farewell party for seniors. Some of the educational activities truly encourage me toward my goal. Our team has participated in the project (production of porous Ni catalyst) in FICS (Finding innovation and Creative Societies) where we reached to 2nd stage.
I enjoy sharing my love for chemistry and Math with others by teaching at different schools and non-profit Tuitions. I worked as a chemistry teacher in my previous college where I spend one-month teaching internship. I also opened a tuition centre at home for underprivileged children during my summer breaks. During my 2nd summer break, I have done a research internship with my supervisor which is related to Quantum computational chemistry (Computational calculations of doped TiO2). I have learned calculus and quantum mechanics from the Coursera platform to get deeper into quantum chemistry.