I joined The TAS Family in 2018 as a biology teacher. Biology has always been my passion. However, a new interest was developed in me when I started teaching Physics to the students. Having completed M.Sc. in Biotechnology; I always believed that somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known. I wish to build the same curiosity in my students.
Physics has tools to explain what one sees, feels and touches. It is important to comprehend a little every day and simply do not stop questioning. An interest in any branch of science brings in an appetite of knowledge, a sense of curiosity. It also teaches to accept reality with wonder and admiration, not to mention the amazement and joy that come along with it.
It is important to understand that no matter how smart you are, true success requires many things, including hard work and perseverance. Charles Darwin took 17 years to pen his Magnus opus, “On the Origin of Species.” One thing that helped him in doing so was self-discipline. He established and stuck to a routine. The single most important attribute to becoming successful is self-discipline. Something that is evident in the success story of all great scientists. It helps you stay focused on reaching your goals, and allows you to overcome obstacles and discomfort as you push yourself to new heights.