Himanshu Sharma is a Physics graduate from the esteemed Delhi University and PG (MCA) from IGNOU. He writes educational pieces in English subject for Class 6th to Class 12th on his blog. He has a vast and extensive experience of 17 years in teaching.
He is one of the literary elites who reads and writes deep scriptures. He is also a meditation enthusiast, the balance of which reflects in his writings. His favourite books are The 7 habits of highly effective people by Stephen R. Covey and Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill.
Who should follow Himanshu Sharma’s Blog?
His blog is for students from class 6th to 12th from different boards. It also caters to material and learnings that teachers can pass to their pupils. Himanshu’s English material is constructed in a very thought-out and structured way. His notes are meant to make students the hero of their own learning. The study material contains not only class relevant topics but all effective learning skills that come handy in general.
From English grammar to writing skills, he has got it all covered on his blog. You can develop your vocabulary or learn how to do paragraph writing or letter writing.
He does this by really simplifying how one teaches or understands a concept. His notes are logical, practical and detailed. Once absorbed, the students would not have a hard time growing their English language skills.
When you visit his blog, it’s very interesting to see how the homepage is filled with postings about his life, his ideologies, just a good thought or life advice.
In one of such entries, he mentions his village and the life there. It goes something like this –
“My village is situated in a hilly region of Uttranchal. It is a small village surrounded by green forest. Here the environment is calm and pollution free. A stream of water flows near my village, People are simple and their livelihood is agriculture, horticulture and cattle rearing. This place is far from the hustle bustle of the city. People lead a simple but happy life.”
What is Himanshu’s Aim?
His aim is simple: He wants to enhance the learning and reading experience of the English language by imbibing these logical and structured ways of learning in his students’ minds.
Be it a student from CBSE, or a different board, or a student preparing for any co-curricular exam or even a teacher who just needs a little different perspective on how to teach English or get some relevant material, Himanshu Sharma’s blog has got it all.