Best Online Courses on Data Structures and Algorithms 2022

Data Structures and Algorithms Specialization (Coursera) 4.6 (11,571 ratings) || 253,929 students enrolled You will learn algorithms by implementing nearly 100 coding problems in a programming language of your choice. To the best of my knowledge, no other online course in Algorithms comes close to offering you a wealth of programming challenges (and puzzles!) that you may face at your next job interview. We invested over 3000 hours into designing our challenges as an alternative to multiple-choice questions that you usually find in MOOCs. Sign Up Algorithms Specialization (Coursera) 4.8 (4,948 ratings) || 85,713 students…

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List of B.E. & B.Tech. Courses in India- All UG Engineering Degrees!

The very first or we can say the initial step of the Science students to shape their career- B.E. & B.Tech. Courses. B.E. & B.Tech. Courses are the most preferred courses when we talk about the Science students. Almost every student go for either B.E. or B.Tech. Course. But not all the students are aware of the complete specializations of these courses. So, here we have mentioned all the B.E. or B.Tech. Courses List along with their details to help students know about these courses. There are many unique and…

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Kannur University releases hall ticket for second year SDE courses

Kannur University has released the hall ticket for the undergraduate courses on the official website of the university. Candidates appearing for the examinations can download their hall ticket by visiting the examinations section of the university website. The hall tickets have been released for the second year B.Sc /BCA/ B.Com/BBA and BA Afsal Ul Ulama programmes for the School of Distance Learning. Candidates can download their hall ticket by entering their registration number in the admit card login portal. Candidates need to have a copy of their admit card while…

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UGC allows all higher edu institutes to offer online courses: Is this a good move when classroom education is still filled with problems?

The UGC decision allowing higher education institutes to offer online courses could have many pros and cons. Check out the most common questions about the decision. The University Grants Commission (UGC) released a circular on January 4 inviting online applications from all from all eligible Higher Educational Institutions (HEls) to grant courses/programmes in online mode from 2019-20 academic session. This move takes forward the decision taken last year to open up HEIs to online courses to enhance access to higher education in India. But when even regular education mode with classroom teaching is…

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Cabinet Approves MoU Between India And Afghanistan; Both Countries To Share Online Courses

Cabinet has approved signing of an MoU between India and Afghanistan in education sector New Delhi: Union Cabinet, yesterday, approved signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Afghanistan on cooperation in the field of Human Resource Development. The MoU between the two countries will facilitate students and faculty of Educational Institutions in Afghanistan to register and use the SWAYAM Courses. SWAYAM, India’s own MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) platform offers about 2000 courses which include courses from Class 9th till Post Graduation and also for lifelong learning. The…

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4 online learning platforms that are offering discounted courses and memberships for Black Friday

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Learn something new this Black Friday with deals on e-learning courses. Shutterstock Black Friday is notorious for deep sales on big-ticket items like mattresses and tech, and big-box retailers slashing prices across all categories. While there are some pretty great deals on products, some of the best deals out there aren’t on physical products at all. E-learning platforms are becoming increasingly popular…

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2U Partners with the Yale School of Management to Offer Short Online Courses

On Monday, the online program manager 2U announced that it will be partnering with the Yale School of Management to create short online courses intended for mid-career professionals. Courses are currently in development. They are expected to launch in the spring of next year. Online courses are increasingly proving useful for institutions of higher education. Beginning well before the 2012 massive open online course (MOOC) explosion, universities have increasingly offered shorter online alternatives to degree pathways. In their landmark 2014 study on MOOCs, researchers Fiona Hollands and Devayani Tirthali found…

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Wright State is fighting for students. The next battleground: Online courses.

The ConVal Regional School District canceled all classes Wednesday after receiving word of a “potential threat,” according to Superintendent Kimberly Rizzo Saunders. School is scheduled to resume Thursday, Saunders said. Saunders said the district was notified by police of the threat Wednesday morning at 6. “The local police departments are in the process of assessing the situation, and we are in constant contact with them,” district officials said in a statement Wednesday morning. “Due to this threat, we are cancelling school today and will be sharing further information as it…

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Free online courses phased out to focus on smaller, revenue-producing programs

Two free online courses that GW has offered for nearly five years were phased out this summer, officials said. The classes – a business school course about the Federal Reserve and a law school course about patent law – were nixed this summer after first launching in 2012. Officials said the courses were “outdated” and the cuts fall in line with GW’s online learning strategy, which has shifted in recent years to focus on smaller courses. University spokeswoman Maralee Csellar said massive, open online courses are not a focus of GW’s…

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UGC extends last date for admission to distance learning courses, check details here

In an attempt to provide some relief to the UGC ODL students, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has extended the last date for admission to Open and Distance Learning (ODL) courses for the academic session, 2018-19. The candidates can now secure the admission latest by October 20, 2018. The commission has extended the deadline for admissions as the approval process of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) offering ODL courses is still on. As per a notice issued by UGC Distance Education Bureau, “The Commission in its 535th meeting held on September…

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