Simple Present Tense

Active VoicePassive Voice
I water the plants     The plants are watered by me.
She helps the poor peopleThe poor people are helped by her
Dipu does the house chores The house chores are done by Dipu

Present Continuous Tense

Active VoicePassive Voice
He is organizing the event.  The event is being organized by him. 
Krishna is eating butter Butter is being eaten by Krishna 
I am giving you thisThis is being given to you by me

Present Perfect Tense

Active VoicePassive Voice
 I have done the work The work has been done by me 
She has received a giftA gift has been received by her
Mother rebuked me  I was rebuked by mother

Simple Present Tense

Active VoicePassive Voice
I made it It was made by me 
They staged a play A play was staged by them
The dog bit himHe was bitten by the dog 

Past Continuous Tense

Active VoicePassive Voice
I was listening to a songA song was being listened to by me
The crow was eating the fruit The fruit was being eaten by the crow 
The painter was drawing a picture A picture was being drawn by the painter

Past Perfect Tense

Active VoicePassive Voice
The writer had written a novel A novel had been written by the writer 
The bird had made a nest on the treeA nest on the tree had been made by the bird 
She had written a letter to meA letter to me had been written by her 

Simple Future Tense

Active VoicePassive Voice
I shall clean the house    The house shall be cleaned by me. 
He will call you     You will be called by him
The will build a house  A house will be built by them 

Future Perfect Tense

Active VoicePassive Voice
I shall have bought the bookThe book will have been bought by me
Rina will have read the newspaperThe newspaper will have been read by Rina 
Raju will have seen her She will have been seen by Raju 

The voice change of perfect continuous and future continuous tense is not usual and applicable in English grammar.