Video lectures on Youtube

  1. siddharth

    siddharth 1,197
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    The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning is an initiative funded by the Government of India.

    They've put up video lectures from various courses in engineering and science which were taught at the Indian Institute of Science or the various Indian Institute of Technologies on youtube. This is analogous to the video lectures of the MIT OCW program.

    I've linked to some of the courses below. Each link has a series of lectures. For the entire list, visit this website.

    Note that each individual lecture is about 1 hour, and a complete course has around 40 lectures.

    - Advanced Strength of Materials

    - Basic Electronics

    - Biochemistry

    - Computer Graphics

    - Digital Circuits and Systems

    - Digital VLSI System Design

    - Discrete Mathematical Structures

    - Electro Magnetic Fields

    - Finite Element Method

    - Fluid Mechanics

    - Intelligent Systems and Control

    - Introduction to Computer Graphics

    - Numerical Methods and Programing

    - Solid State Devices

    This is an ongoing project, so check here for additional content which may have been added.
     
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  3. Hootenanny

    Hootenanny 9,677
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    Awesome collection siddharth :approve:
     
  4. Pyrrhus

    Pyrrhus 2,273
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    Yes very good, i've been following the prestressed concrete courses. There are sitll more i want to check.
     
  5. stream lecture videos

    can anyone give me a website were i could stream recorded lectures. specially on optics and electromagnetic wave theory.
    anything but youtube i know that ofcourse.
    i would preffer a website dedicated for physics or scieance
    thanks!!
     
  6. @tmaon: Have you had a look at the 'Introductory Physics Tutorials' forum link above ?
    Hopefully there should be a link to Walter Lewin's physics courses (there is emag and some optics topics) taught at MIT, my favourites.
     
  7. These look really good but it's really hard to actually understand them because of both the poor audio quality and their accents..
     
  8. Walter Lewin rocks!!! i hav attended every single lecture. They are available at ocw.mit.edu
     
  9. .mp3 physics lectures`

    anyone have a link
     
  10. Thanks great share
     
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