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free on edx but hv to pay for certificate and assignments

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adrishya wrote:

free on edx but hv to pay for certificate and assignments

Can you elaborate what is edx?

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tarakmaniarcool347 wrote:

@Investigator How much payment for certificate??

Usually, it’s 75$/99$, but if you apply for financial aid(which almost always gets accepted), you will get 90% off. I did a 75$ Python course with 7.5$ in this way.

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anubhav4996956 wrote:

Usually, it’s 75$/99$, but if you apply for financial aid(which almost always gets accepted), you will get 90% off. I did a 75$ Python course with 7.5$ in this way.

How to apply for Financial aid in edx page??

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anubhav4996956 wrote:

Usually, it’s 75$/99$, but if you apply for financial aid(which almost always gets accepted), you will get 90% off. I did a 75$ Python course with 7.5$ in this way.

Thanks for info. KG

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anubhav4996956 wrote:

Usually, it’s 75$/99$, but if you apply for financial aid(which almost always gets accepted), you will get 90% off. I did a 75$ Python course with 7.5$ in this way.

Which course did you signed up for? I am trying to sign up for ’CS50’s Introduction to Artificial Intelligence with Python’. It is showing 199$ for certificate.

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anubhav4996956 wrote:

Usually, it’s 75$/99$, but if you apply for financial aid(which almost always gets accepted), you will get 90% off. I did a 75$ Python course with 7.5$ in this way.

What’s the procedure for the same ?

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Government wrote:

What’s the procedure for the same ?

First, enrol to the course for free without the certification option. Do not opt for dor 7 days trial. Then fill up the application for financial aid form. If accepted, they will upgrade your course access to a verified one.

Refer to this page: https://support.edx.org/hc/en-us/articles/21516...-

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Tera_Jija wrote:

Which course did you signed up for? I am trying to sign up for ’CS50’s Introduction to Artificial Intelligence with Python’. It is showing 199$ for certificate.

Then you have to pay 19.9$ i.e., Rs 1.5k approx. even with financial aid. My course was 75$ so it costed me 7.5$. I did the “Introduction to Computer Science and Programming in Python” course.

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Any useful certification for CA professionals

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Do these courses hold any value in CVs ?
I see that the certificate only bares the name of eDX, which wont be as familiar as Harvard in India
Considering i have very limited spare time, so is it worth taking the financial markets course here ?
@Wontdisplaymyname @Awake @all Would appreciate your insights

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androgame wrote:

Do these courses hold any value in CVs ?
I see that the certificate only bares the name of eDX, which wont be as familiar as Harvard in India
Considering i have very limited spare time, so is it worth taking the financial markets course here ?
@Wontdisplaymyname @Awake @all Would appreciate your insights

@adrishya told me that edX and coursera are recognised in interviews, but they dont give certificates for free courses. I haven’t given any interview so cannot comment. Also it will depend upon your industry (certificates from one industry qualification wont reflect much in other industry) and knowledge ofcourse.
As far as for you, knowledge is always better to gain, but since you have limited time, do go for it.
If these courses are actually good (knowledgeable), these will only be helpful once you have actually studied FM/SFM in Inter/finals.
Only your knowledge can certify you in the interview, and not any certificate, so dont stress over.

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Awake wrote:

@adrishya told me that edX and coursera are recognised in interviews, but they dont give certificates for free courses. I haven’t given any interview so cannot comment. Also it will depend upon your industry (certificates from one industry qualification wont reflect much in other industry) and knowledge ofcourse.
As far as for you, knowledge is always better to gain, but since you have limited time, do go for it.
If these courses are actually good (knowledgeable), these will only be helpful once you have actually studied FM/SFM in Inter/finals.
Only your knowledge can certify you in the interview, and not any certificate, so dont stress over.

Thanks bro, so wont go for it right now and rather focus on studies
Would have bought it just because it was “Free” but as you said it isnt something really heavy, so might look for other courses sometime in future when i would have more time.
Opportunities would always be there smile
Thanks for replying +KG

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androgame wrote:

Thanks bro, so wont go for it right now and rather focus on studies
Would have bought it just because it was “Free” but as you said it isnt something really heavy, so might look for other courses sometime in future when i would have more time.
Opportunities would always be there smile
Thanks for replying +KG

Yeah don’t be industry specific right now. You don’t what you are gonna do/like when you study your 8 subj
You may go for courses like one offered by tcs. Those are evergreen

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Awake wrote:

@adrishya told me that edX and coursera are recognised in interviews, but they dont give certificates for free courses. I haven’t given any interview so cannot comment. Also it will depend upon your industry (certificates from one industry qualification wont reflect much in other industry) and knowledge ofcourse.
As far as for you, knowledge is always better to gain, but since you have limited time, do go for it.
If these courses are actually good (knowledgeable), these will only be helpful once you have actually studied FM/SFM in Inter/finals.
Only your knowledge can certify you in the interview, and not any certificate, so dont stress over.

I can’t comment about finance but I do know about IT sector. Some companies actively offer incentives to employees for completing MOOCs. Again it might vary with different sectors and companies. And even without that, its good for flaunting skills on LinkedIn as well as for  gaining knowledge. @androgame

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adrishya wrote:

I can’t comment about finance but I do know about IT sector. Some companies actively offer incentives to employees for completing MOOCs. Again it might vary with different sectors and companies. And even without that, its good for flaunting skills on LinkedIn as well as for  gaining knowledge. @androgame

Yes bro, but i dont think would be right time taking these courses when i am in middle of my course, might complete one stage and then think of these next year probably

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androgame wrote:

Do these courses hold any value in CVs ?
I see that the certificate only bares the name of eDX, which wont be as familiar as Harvard in India
Considering i have very limited spare time, so is it worth taking the financial markets course here ?
@Wontdisplaymyname @Awake @all Would appreciate your insights

I dont think you need to do this right now, not at IPCC stage. At this point, you studying is more important. Something like this can be done as a value addition after your final exam or after clearing.

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tony-stark wrote:

Can you elaborate what is edx?

Edx is a website on which you’ll get online courses from major universities around the world. Like IIM Harvard MIT etc. and they have many free courses and certificates are charged $50 to $100 accordingly.
Link
https://www.e...rg

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