Who is Dhasu sir?
Dalveer Nagar( Dhasu SIr)is an Indian teacher who teaches Mathematics to thousands of students across the world. He currently has over 224k subscribers on his main youtube channel. He is famous for his unique style of teaching and his famous dialogue “Jai Mahakaal”.
In this article, I will be telling you some things about Dhasu sir like his Date of Birth, Age, Wife, college, estimated Net worth, height, weight and some unknown facts which you might find interesting. So without wasting any time, let’s now begin with the biography of the incredible Mathematics teacher Dalveer Nagar.
Dhasu Sir Biography
|Date of Birth/ Age||12 June 1990|
|Phone Number||Not Known|
|Youtube Channel Name||Dhasu sir maths|
|Salary||5-10 Lakh Rs per month|
|Estimated Net Worth||Around 4 crore Rs|
|College/ Educational qualification||B.Tech in Mechanical engineering|
|Instagram Id||Updated Soon|
|Linked In||Not known|
Dhasu sir was born on 12th June 1990 in Faridabad, Haryana. He is Indian by Nationality and practises Hinduism as his religion. Dhasu sir Maths is his top Youtube channel. He is also a Mechanical engineer.
Apart from that, he earns more than 5-10 Lakh Rs per month and his net worth is estimated to be 4 crore Rs.
Dhasu Sir Physical Stats
|Height||5ft 7 inches (estimated) (170cm)|
|Weight||About 80 Kgs|
Some Unknown Facts About Dhasu sir
- #1 He loves to play cricket.
- #2 He likes to clear the doubt of his students.
- #3 He teaches maths to SSC students.
- #4 He wants the government to announce more vacancies for students.
- #5 He is not happy with the current education system of India.
So that’s all information which we could gather about Dhasu Sir. I did not cover more specific things because you might find it boring. I hope you might found the information you were seeking. Several things like weight, hair colour etc change with time so we will definitely update it in future.
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