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Online training institutes not only help you save time, but also give you the flexibility to learn at your own pace

Nanda Das @nanda1das 16 May 2018, 3:48 PM
Online studies are quite the rage now

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Are you thinking of taking up a new course to make your resume look more impressive but don't have the time to do so? Enrolling in an online training institute may just be the right option for you. These online training institutes not only help you save time but also give you the flexibility to learn at your own pace.

Even if you are a busy intern with lots of work piled on you or a student struggling to cope with classes and tuitions, you can read course material, watch lectures — including live video session with professors — communicate with peers and mentors, and download additional study material at your own leisure.

Confused as to which website to check out? Worry not, we are here to help. Here is T2 Online's list of online training institutes that will give that extra edge to your skill set. Check them out:

Udemy

Udemy is the global marketplace for learning and teaching online. Its course selection is carried out by 30,000 instructors contributing their subject-matter expertise in over 65,000 courses on the platform. It has 20 million students learning from an extensive library of 65,000 courses taught by instructors in over 50 different languages.

SkillSpeed

It provides live instructor-led online and classroom training in information technology. The course curriculum has been created and curated by industry experts and is delivered live by instructors with the objective to ensure that once the course is completed, learners achieve in-depth expertise in their chosen IT field.

Digital Vidya

It is a digital marketing training company. It trains Microsoft's and Google's partners in India and also partners with the Indian government in support of the Vskills certification and testing programme.

edX

This training institute is for everyone, not only those looking for specialisations. They have a huge amount of courses and access to more than 1900 online courses from 100+ leading institutions including Harvard, MIT, Microsoft, and more.

Khan Academy

This is basically for graduates and undergrad students. Khan Academy is a non-profit online educational organisation created in 2006 by educator Salman Khan with the goal of creating a set of online tools to help educate students. The organisation churns out short lessons in the form of YouTube videos.

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