Prakash Parmar

Assistant Professor
Computer Engineering
Qualification

M.E. (Computer Engineering), Pune University 2013
B.E. (Computer Engineering), Pune University 2010

Experience

Teaching : 8 Years
Technical Papers Published: 3

Born in a remote village of India, I was brought up by my parents with great values and education. Even though the village had limited facilities for education, my parents always believed that right education will open my doors to success and thus contribute to the society at large. During my primary schooling years, I was motivated by my Mathematics professor who played a very important role in cultivating my interest for Mathematics. His finesse in teaching the subject in an easy way instilled in me the love for the subject.

After completing HSC/Intermediate I went to Kota for the preparation of IIT-JEE so that I can get a break in a good engineering college. The biggest turning point of my life came after joining engineering college. Looking at my expertise in teaching Mathematics, I was appointed as a visiting faculty at my college itself. This was an important landmark in my life as a teacher. I completed both my Graduation and my post-graduation in Computer engineering with subjects like Artificial Intelligence, Image Processing, Parallel Computing etc.

Currently working as an assistant professor at Vidyalankar Institute of Technology, I have an experience of teaching subjects like Theoretical Computer Science (TCS), Discrete Mathematics, Artificial Intelligence, Python Programming etc. to name a few. With the ever-growing technology, I try to keep myself updated with the latest technologies and impart the same to the students. As an active member of the teaching fraternity, I have conducted several workshops and teaching sessions in several colleges across Mumbai. My technical acumen lies in designing software and also at the same time training students regarding the same. I strongly believe that no subject is difficult; it is about how effectively you can make someone understand. As a teacher, we should endeavor to make the subject more application based in tune with the latest industry trends. Believing that teaching is one of the most selfless professions, I ensure that the teaching-learning process is productive for students in a technology-enabled world.

As a pastime, I like to spend my weekends in learning, gardening and reciting spiritual couplets. These activities bring my mind and body in unison with Nature. This harmonious being rejuvenates me every day in my road to learning.