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Students in the Indian government’s computer science program face the most financial burden, according to the latest data from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology.
The National Computer Science Academy, or NCSA, provides free computer courses to students from a variety of educational backgrounds in the country.
The program has seen some success in attracting more students.
But the data released by the Ministry shows the average cost of completing a course, including materials, has increased by nearly $4,000 since 2013.
The average cost for a student studying in the NCSA’s online program is $3,838, compared to $2,068 in 2016, according the ministry.
The NCSA is not the only one in India that is facing such a financial burden.
According to a report by McKinsey India, about 5.2% of the country’s total population studied computer science in 2016.
The proportion of students studying in NCSA programs has remained fairly constant over the past two years, with an average of 6.4% students participating in NCSB courses, compared with the 7.5% of students who were enrolled in the online program in 2016.
“The biggest cost of the NCSC (computer science) program is the cost of materials and supplies for the classroom.
NCSC is the only major program in the world where you can get all the essential materials for a classroom without having to pay a fee,” a spokesperson for NCSA told The Hindu.
“We need to pay attention to the needs of the students and the cost per unit.
If the cost increases by a factor of 10 or more, the cost is going to rise.”
The NCSC has faced some criticism over the last few years for the way it operates.
The NCSA was started in the 1980s and has struggled to meet its targets for enrolment.
In a 2015 report, McKinsey found that the program had enrolled only 12% of its intended targets, with a further 17% of those who were not enrolled.
The report said that the NCSB “does not provide adequate support for students with disabilities or for students who are students with physical or mental disabilities”.
While the NCSLA has not yet released data on enrolment, the latest NCSA data indicates that about 25% of Indian students do not attend classes, and more than a quarter of students do less than half of their classes.
About one-third of students say they don’t complete at least two classes per month.
The NDTV-affiliated newspaper, The Hindu, published a report on Tuesday highlighting the cost and financial challenges facing the NCSEA.
“The NCSEA has no resources, staff, or facilities.
There is a lack of staff in the program, and no plan to ensure students receive the best support,” the report said.
According to the report, only a fraction of the funding for the NCSBA, or National Computer Sciences Academy, is provided by the Indian Government.
The NDTV report noted that a separate ministry of education, the Ministry for Higher Education, has provided Rs1,000 crore in funding to the NCSFA, but the NDTV said it does not know how much of this money was used for training.
“The NDSS report also noted that the NDSLA had not released its 2017 results to the government, and that it did not provide any information on the program’s enrolment figures.
The NCA also did not have a report for the year 2017.”
The NDSL report also suggested that the government could not afford to maintain the program because it was “unsuitable for students without disabilities.”
The report stated that a student who is able to study in the government-funded NCSA course, but does not complete it, faces a financial penalty.
“There is a possibility that the student may not even get the minimum amount of money that they need,” it said.