A Bollywood star and his 10-yr-old son were the first to take a course at an Indian university last year.
The first person to take the course was Bollywood actress Dushytantin, who scored a 1,600 on the test and was named “most likely to score” by a committee that included his peers.
Dushyants SAT Prep Course was developed by the University of Bengal (UB) to give students the chance to learn about a wide range of subjects at an affordable price.
The course was launched on July 10, 2017 by the Delhi-based Bollywood-based education company, and it’s aimed at offering students from across India the chance at getting a glimpse of the world of technology through a combination of interactive lessons and a hands-on learning environment.
It’s not just about studying but it’s also about creating a positive environment where students can connect and collaborate.
“The way it’s structured is different from any other online course we have done, but it is very well structured,” said Prof Sushil Kumar, the managing director of Udemy, the company behind the course.
He said the course aims to provide a platform for students to engage in research, create products, explore new opportunities and hone their knowledge.
“It’s about taking a course, you can see that it is not just for students.
It is for every student who wants to get a better understanding of the technology that’s available in the world.
The way the course is structured allows students to work on a daily basis with their mentors.”
Bollywood star Dushya is among the most sought after names in the business world, with a career spanning over 15 years and a net worth of over $400 million.
He has been a regular on Hollywood’s biggest screens since the early 1990s and his movies are still going strong.
But the film-making superstar’s life is also filled with challenges and he’s now in his 10th year of life, and he is no longer able to pursue his dream of becoming an actor.
In the course, the students work on projects ranging from business models to the science of creativity.
“I have a lot of friends that are not doing it, so this course will give me a chance to get in touch with them and try to help them out,” said Dushiya.
“For me, it is all about helping other students.
For me, learning how to think creatively and think differently is important, and I feel like this is the way to learn,” he added.
Students can also learn how to create their own ideas and apply them to the real world.
“If you’re a creative person, you have to be able to think outside the box and find your way,” said Bollywood superstar and UB alumnus Bishan Kapoor.
“To have a good knowledge of technology and to use that as an instrument, to be a good scientist, that’s a very different thing to how we learn to think in a classroom,” said Kapoor, who also works in the film industry.
“A lot of people are looking for that,” he said.
“That is the thing that I feel, and the only way I can get that is by being able to learn from other people,” he continued.
“By having a great teacher, who is not only a teacher, but also a teacher who can guide me and teach me, I think that I will be able learn.”
“I think it’s very important that a teacher has the confidence to go to students and have a conversation and to have the confidence that they will take it,” said student Keshav Singh.
The school has also launched an online course called Keshyankya Khanatthak, a way for students from around the world to learn together.
“We are all very different and we need to learn through each other.
It’s a really interesting and exciting time, it’s a time of learning and it is time to learn the things we need,” said UB’s Prof Kumar.
The university said that the course will last four weeks.