Harsh, Teacher

Senior Lecturer at Royal Technosoft, BE Computer Science and Engineering

I love that I am able to inspire students and show them the many possibilities that coding can open for them through teaching. I started teaching just for an internship in my University and honestly at first I just did it for an internship but as I started teaching coding to all the students I started loving the job. I love the part where I can inspire students and guide them towards something that can lead them to a very bright future.
  • Core topics
  • Python
  • JavaScript (with Bitsbox)
  • JavaScript (with p5.js)
  • Specialist topics
  • Game development with Unity
  • C
  • C++
  • Java
  • Bot Development

I first started coding when I was 15. I was always interested in finding out how some of the apps I used or games I played were created. I started watching some videos and started learning programming and Unity at the same time hoping to learn to create those apps and games myself. And since then I have created a Bot for the discord which has currently over 40K active user-base. I started teaching to inspire students and show them the many possibilities that coding can open for them. The main advice I’d give to my students would be quite simply to never give up.

  • “I really enjoyed it and I have learned a lot, my teacher is really fun and I enjoy working with him as he is always there to help”

    Jude, 12

  • “Really amazing sessions and content, and best tutors we have come across. Our son always looks forward to his sessions”

    Zeina, private tuition parent

  • “My teacher is understanding”

    Lucas, 9


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