Seema Vishwakarma

Assistant Professor
Information Technology


Qualification

M.Sc.(CS), University of Mumbai 2011
B.Sc. (CS), University of Mumbai 2009

Experience

Teaching Experience: 09 Years
Technical Papers Published: 14
Books Authored:03

I remember Teachers’ Day in 2003, to my surprise, I was selected to take a session in my school. That time I realized my interest towards teaching.

For 10 consecutive years, I was the topper of my school that gave confidence to me and motivated me to study and acquire knowledge. As step towards teaching, I started teaching school kids from my Second Year of college. One of the girls from those school kids is now pursuing medical and some of them are engineers. This made me independent and I was bestowed with a responsibility of mentoring the kids with poor economic and educational background in their career from my locality.

Vidyalankar has given me opportunities to grow not only as a teacher but also as an individual. It is a moment of pride as a project guide, when students who were not confident earlier, excelled in their project work and rewarded. The emotional part was that they credited it to their guide.

Travelling is one of my most leisure thing that I pursue whenever I get an opportunity. As far as my professional life is concerned, opportunity to work as an In-Charge for Industry Institute Interaction Committee (IIIC) opened a door for me which was full of adventures and excitement. As a convener of IIIC, I arranged and executed visits to places like Meteorological Department, BARC, Indira Dock, LnT, TATA Automobiles, Bangalore and many more. Geographic Information System(GIS) was one of those subjects that I taught the most and I got emotional when a student named Akshata Shinde contacted and informed that she is pursuing her Masters in Geoinformatics from Symbiosis institute only because of the interest she developed in GIS from my teaching.

Learning different genre of dance was always on my wish list. Hence, I learnt ballroom dancing. Friends and their friendship always remained an important part for me and I am glad I made few but real friends in every phase of my life of school, college, and work.

I want to grow more in my field of teaching, enhance my skills and work with dedication in whatever I choose in the years to come.