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Very advanced and detailed discussion. Although the assignment were very tough and could not clear, still i liked the course very much. I will do this course again to grasp everything better.
This is the best lecture avaliable on internet. The whole lecture are well designed and and explained. Sir please provide lectures on analog circuit design concept.
this course is one of the most useful and helpful course among all of my courses. I Send you My Special Regards to you Dear Prof And Also your Nice Team.
I come from electrical engineering background. I found the material in the course very insightful and easy to follow.
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