User:Er.Tanu

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TANU GOYAL


"The world needs dreamers and the world needs doers... But above all, the world needs dreamers who do..."



Contact-new.svg Er.Tanu Goyal
Employer:COE-TMU
Occupation:Lecturer
Country:Flag.gifIndia
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Date: 24, September 2017



Educational Qualifications

B.tech in Electronics and communication from MORADABAD INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,Moradabad

My University[uptu]

Hobbies

  • Writing
  • Reading
  • Dancing

My Favourite Books


My Strengths

  • HARDWORKING
  • QUICK LEARNER



Professional Designation

  • Lecturer in COE-TMU

My Motto

Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.

My Gallery

work shop work shop

Teaching Interests


WIKIEDUCATOR


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Did you know

YOU CAN TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS OF MIRAGEIn a desert a mirage is caused when air near the ground is hotter than air higher up. As light from the sun passes from cooler to warmer air it speeds up and is refracted upward, creating the image of water. Mirages are also found at the poles. A warmer layer of air over a cold layer bends light rays so that images appear. From a distance, ships can appear to be floating several feet (metres) above the water. At the end of the winter, after the long absence of the sun, a reflection of the sun appears in a mirage days before it actually appears.



The rays that produce mirages are optical phenomenons but are real and can be photographed.


Feedback and notes from my WikiNeighbours

(Comment.gif: Dear Tanu, warm welcome to the WE family of educators and learners! Regards, Anil Prasad 08:47, 4 September 2010 (UTC))

    • (Comment.gif: Dear Tanu, it is nice to see the progress on your page. L4C workshops are a great learning experience. You should visit existing userpages to get more ideas. Click on here to visit my userpage. Also visit the India page by clicking on the hyperlink here. Warm welcome.--Dr. Gita Mathur 10:11, 4 September 2010 (UTC))