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I have been a Mathematics teacher since last 46 years imparting Mathematics knowledge to thousands of persons from school to post graduate level. How to network for prospective students as I am not so tech savvy. Please help me to proceed with. With regards, Prasanta Kolkata

Ans: A good way is to create a google map my bUsiness listing. Give your number, address and other details. Whenever somebody is looking for maths tuitions near you, your name will pop us . Keep the listing updated with testimonials/ reviews and other data .
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Hello sir, im a 35 year old individual having an MBA degree having worked with a few companies like Yes Bank, Vidyalankar classes and publications, LOOP mobile and VFS global pvt ltd. Due to some family emergence and mom's health issues had to leave my job and now since lockdown im totally jobless. The negative impact this time span left on my resume does not allow any employer to give me a job. Im planning to start teaching school students from class 1 to 10 but again the question arises how do i go about it as i had released a few broachures to make people aware of the same. But there was no response. Im totally blank as to how do i take a start in teaching career. If could you please advice me about how do i go about persuing my passion of teaching??
Ans: It's great to hear that you're passionate about pursuing a teaching career, especially with your diverse background and experience.

You may consider some of the steps below:

1. If you are interested in teaching in school or coaching institutes, find out the ones near your place and send resumes to all of them.

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I am about 68 year's I have two sons who are married via arranged process. My younger son's wife is educated teacher. But she had a torturous up bring during high school days. Leading to least interest in married life after marriage. She deserted my son soon after marriage. This led to break down in marriage now heading for a divorce. Please advise.
Ans: It sounds like a deeply painful situation for everyone involved, especially considering the emotional trauma your daughter-in-law experienced during her formative years.

It's important to recognize that individuals who have gone through traumatic experiences in their youth can carry emotional wounds that affect their relationships later in life. These scars may manifest in ways that make it difficult for them to fully engage in marital life or maintain a healthy relationship.

In situations like these, it’s crucial to approach with empathy and understanding. Your daughter-in-law’s decision to desert your son and pursue divorce likely stems from her own internal struggles and emotional turmoil. It’s not a reflection of your son’s worth or efforts within the marriage.

Moving forward, it might be helpful for your son to focus on his own healing and well-being. Encouraging him to seek support from friends, family, or a professional counselor can provide him with a safe space to process his emotions and navigate this challenging transition.

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Your husband's behavior—doubting you without cause, subjecting you to daily verbal abuse, and physically harming you—is deeply troubling and completely unacceptable. It's important to acknowledge that no matter the circumstances, you do not deserve to be treated this way. The fear of societal judgment and concerns about reputation are common reasons people stay in harmful relationships, but your well-being and safety are far more important than maintaining appearances.

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