Ms. Bhanupriya

  • Born and raised in India
  • 2006: B.E. in Electronics and communication, Anna University, Chennai
  • 2009: Guest lecturer at a High school, University of Leeds, UK
  • 2009: Master of Science in Embedded from University of Huddersfield, UK
  • 2010 – 2016 – Assistant Professor, Agni College of Technology, Chennai
  • 2015: Participated in a Short Term Training Programme (STTP) on Pedagogy for Effective use of ICT in Engineering Education conducted by IIT Bombay
  • 2016: Published a paper on “An Intellectual refuge system for women” at Journal of recent research in Engineering and Technology
  • 2017: M.E. in Communication Systems, Anna University, Chennai.

“Within man is all knowledge—even in a child it is so — and it requires only an awakening, and that much is the work of a teacher.” – Swami Vivekananda

I believe, knowledge is far more valuable when shared. Thus teaching is especially important as it imparts knowledge to others. I can still clearly remember that I started enjoying teaching at a tender age. After I had learned something new, I was eager share my new discovery with my little companions. While growing up as a high school student, an undergraduate, a graduate, and even a post-doc, I have always admired those school teachers and university professors who excelled at conveying their knowledge unto me. My teaching experiences in the college as has not only helped me to improve my teaching skills, but also have encouraged me to pursue a life-long career in teaching.

Now that I am equipped with the knowledge of fundamental Engineering, I wanted to share the knowledge to school students and GIS gave me this opportunity. I have a passion for learning, whatever stage they are at, and a belief that if you can engage in learning that’s helpful to you personally and also meets your professional needs, you are more likely to gain satisfaction at work and find greater personal opportunities.