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Notes Online - for notes on physics, computer science and information technology.

Created by Prof. Mukesh N. Tekwani

I have taught physics, computer science and information technology at various level from Std XI onwards. I have taught at B.Sc Comp Science, B.Sc IT, M.Sc Comp Sc, T. Y. B. Com., and MCA. I started teaching in 1983 and am very passionate about my work.

Subjects taught include:

Computer Science and IT:
Programming, C, C++, C#, Java, ASP, data structures, operating systems, data communications and networking, SQL, Visual Basic, Computer Graphics, algorithms, computational mathematics, computer architecture, web design (HTML, JavaScript, VBScript, XML, Ajax, CSS), systems programming. Also taught FORTRAN, Pascal, & COBOL!!

Physics
Nuclear physics at TYBSc, college physics (Std XI, XII, CBSE, A/AS level), electronics (including digital and analog electronics).

Publications:
1. Text book for T.Y.B.Com. (Applied Component) New Syllabus "Computer Systems and Applications”, published by Sheth Publications, Mumbai (2010)

2. Text book for T.Y.B.Com. (Applied Component) "Computer Systems and Applications”, published by Chetna Publications, Mumbai (2000)

3. Presented a paper on Urban Development and ICT at the International Conference on Urban Planning and Environment at Mumbai (Jan 2007)

4. Some of my books published for school level have also been translated into Marathi.

5. KSU University in Saudi Arabia have found my notes on Java useful. They have recommended my Java notes for their courses and have provided these on the KSU University web site:
http://reference.ksu.edu.sa/pdf/2022-SEO%20in%20arabic%20sites/2527-biological%20studies/2517architecture.pdf

6. International Balkan University, Macedonia has recommended my notes on
computer science and IT for their course in IT.
Thank you Prof. Melih Bulu, Assistant Ibrahim Dincer, M.Sc.

Interests: Simulations of physical processes and algorithms and use of ICT in teaching/

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  • Apr 27, 2001
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