IIT Bombay will provide free online course on Android App Development on SWAYAM platform. This course is outlined for a timeline of 8 weeks. Students interested can apply through the direct link shared below.
Indian Institute of Technology, IIT Bombay, will provide a free online course on Android App Development on the SWAYAM platform. The IIT Bombay has started the application process for Android App Development.
Interested candidates can get more details on the official sites, iitb.ac.in or swayam.gov.in. The Android App Development course will be initiated by using Kotlin. It is an open-source programming language for developing Android apps.
IIT Bombay free online course on Android App Development:
- Candidates must first register themselves on the SWAYAM platform for availing this course.
- This course includes ten audio-video spoken tutorials.
- The course is outlined for eight weeks.
- It is an All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) approved course.
IIT Bombay free online course on Android App Development is best suited for undergraduate and postgraduate students. The course will be conducted by Professor Kannan M Moudgalya from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.
The direct link to apply for the course is here – IIT Bombay free online course on Android App Development
Students availing of this course must note that Java should be installed on the system to have deep interoperability. Laptop configurations should be as per the link, developer.android.com/studio/. Also, the “Getting started with Hello World app” tutorial must be followed to understand how to set up on an Android phone. An uninterrupted internet connection while installing the project is mandatory. Keep checking the official site shared above for more updates on IIT Bombay free online course on Android App Development.
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