Day: January 11, 2021

100 free courses from Mexican universities by 2021


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In terms of virtual education , Mexico has become a true power, offering a wide variety of free courses for students from all over the world.

For the first time, we have managed to gather an agenda of online courses taught by the four most prestigious universities in Mexico. In addition to UNAM and Tec de Monterrey , we now have the inclusion of the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana and the Universidad Anáhuac .

Before knowing the list of free courses of Mexican universities for 2021, let’s clear up some frequent doubts on the subject of online learning:

Can I enroll in more than one course?

So is. Actually, it all depends on your own abilities. If you feel

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India’s digital-first banker

When Prime Minister Indira Gandhi nationalized India’s banking system in 1969, more than 80 percent of the country’s bank assets were brought under government control. With liberalization in the early 1990s, the balance began to shift, and today private banks claim about 35 percent of the market — a figure that is poised to grow in coming years. At the center of this activity is Uday Kotak, CEO of India’s second-most-valued bank by market capitalization, Kotak Mahindra.

Kotak, whose early plans to play professional cricket were derailed by injury, founded a one-man financing and bill-discounting business in 1985 with a small loan from family and friends. He would eventually expand the business to include automobile financing, investment banking,

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