Since September of this year, two software professionals (volunteers) have been training 300 students of grades 9-12 in two groups thrice a week in website development. Students in Group 1 login to watch pre-recorded videos and self-learn akin to the Coursera website, while Group 2 students attend live online classes.
After learning HTML and CSS – level 1, they will create a website by themselves, thereby gaining hands-on experience. They’ll then learn Java, Python, and Angular, which will give them an edge at college and even enable them to freelance while pursuing undergraduate studies.
Kishore, a grade12 student of Isha Vidhya Cuddalore, aspires to work as a software engineer at Google and says the sessions are greatly helping him develop and improve his coding skills.
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