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Google, Coursera launch new programme for entry-level IT jobs

Google has partnered with Coursera to introduce Google IT Support Professional Certificate programme, that will enable employment in workers in 8-12 months.

Google, Coursera launch course to create entry-level IT jobs

Google IT Support Professional Certificate, offered exclusively on Coursera's website, is designed and taught by Google professionals who are experts in IT support.

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Now you can take a Deep Learning course online, Coursera co-founder says barrier to entry has come down

Coursera’s co-founder and leading AI expert Andrew Ng, who created the certificate programme, told IndianExpress.com that that it is becoming possible take this deep learning course online because the barrier to entry for AI is lowering for most people.

Coursera, ISB to launch courses to address lack of financial knowledge

As per a survey, close to 76% of Indian adults do not adequately understand key financial concepts – lower than the worldwide average of financial literacy

Coursera launches course on importance and impact of India on the world

The free online course is designed to bring Indians and Americans together to learn about the world’s fastest growing major economy

Bengaluru tops the chart of online learning in India: Coursera

Driven by the vast interest coming from Bengaluru, India’s technology hub, nearly half of enrollments in India are in technology courses such as computer science (25 per cent) and data science (18 per cent)

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Coursera offers MOOC-based Master's in Data Science

According to the new statistics from Coursera, data and computer science is already the most popular type of course among online learners in India with nearly half (43 per cent) of enrollments from over 1.4 million registered Indians fall into this category.

Former VC of Shiv Nadar University joins Coursera as senior advisor

Nikhil Sinha will play a key role in developing Coursera's international strategy and partnerships.

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