Register for NPTEL free online certification courses 2014 of IIT
NPTEL has introduced two new online courses under the names “Basic electrical circuits” and “Introduction to programming in C”. though these courses are offered at free of cost certain amount of fees need to pay for exam fees.
Basic electrical circuits:
It is a 12 week course, Dr Nahendra krishnapura is the person from Chennai IIT who is going to handle this course. Certificate of course will be issued by Chennai IIT in partnership with the NASSCOM.
About the course: circuits play a major role from mobile to computer and almost everywhere which utilizes electric power. Course explains all kinds of circuits in easily understandable manner, In course introduction NPTEL says any one after completing will be able to evaluate any linear circuit.
Introduction to programming in C:
Dr sathyadev nandha kumar is the staff from IIT Kanpur who is going to take this course. It is 10 week course and its certificate will be given under IIT Kanpur name in partnership with NASSCOM. C language is a popular one which is widely used by computer programmers, While saying about this course NPTEL says after finishing the short term course a student will be capable to understand operations of existing c programmes , he can edit existing programmes, also he will be able to create codes to create solutions.
How to register:
If you are interested in above mentioned course then you can register for it and process is going in the NPTEL portal from September 1.
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Registering time will take only under a minute, just go to the website then choose the course which you want to register afterwards it asks permission to fetch your google account data, after allowing it give some personal details such as name, college name and year of graduation, that’s it.
After registering click “Announcement”, it will show the class timings and you may also raise doubts about the topics. After registration you will get complete details about the course such as “topics to be covered”, “course outline”, “Assignments” and so on.