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Computer science is a science that is usually taught at university level.
But India’s Computer Science Institute (CSEI) has launched an interactive course to help students learn the basics of the subject.
The institute’s interactive course is called Computer Science: Introduction to Computing and Information Systems, and it aims to teach the basics about computing from the perspective of computer science.
The course will take students from a beginner level to advanced level, covering the basics, how computers work, and the most important applications of the technology.
The first step of the course is to select the software you would like to learn.
This will determine how the course will be structured and the topics covered.
There are two options: The first option will be taught by the instructor of the chosen course, and another will be created by the students themselves.
The instructor will be assisted by students and staff who can answer questions and help them to navigate the course.
The course will also have audio tutorials for the instructor.
The CSEI also has an online version of the interactive course that is designed for students who are in need of a refresher course.
It is also offered in English, Hindi, Urdu and Telugu.
In an interview with CNN India, Professor K Srivastava, the head of the CSEA’s Interactive Computing Course, said the aim of the program is to give a general overview of computer programming and computing, and not just to introduce the subjects to students.
“The purpose of the courses is to help people understand what computing is, and how it works, and to give them a chance to develop and get involved in the profession,” he said.
The interactive course will cover a broad range of topics including machine learning, networking, data analysis, data visualization and analytics.
It will cover basic knowledge of algorithms and data structures, including how to build and manipulate them.
Students will also get to try out some of the most popular software on the market, including Python and Java.
The CSEAI is also keen to get more students involved in learning.
“We are not interested in students just sitting there and not learning.
We want to get them involved,” said Srivasta.
He added that the course would be open to anyone who is interested in learning more about the subject or is ready to explore the subject further.
The program is aimed at providing a foundation for students to explore and understand computer science and related topics.
It would be similar to a university computer science course, but it is open to students of all levels.
The project will also offer a second course for those who want to study computer science more specifically.
The second course will focus on algorithms and machine learning in general.
It could be a mixture of both, and could take students on a journey from the basics to advanced.
The study of algorithms will be on a one-on-one basis, and students will have to take courses in mathematics, physics and computer science at the university level to get an understanding of the subjects.
For instance, the first class will teach students about how algorithms work, while the second class will focus mainly on data analysis.
The next course, which will be launched next year, will focus more on data visualization.
The institute will also host an online course for people who want a refreshers course, to help them get started with the subject and gain confidence.
It also plans to introduce new courses in the future.