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Covid19 has changed the previous normal scenario and has set new norms to avail things. Gearing up to get back to work and studies after a long break can be a tough nut to crack especially when you have to cope up with all the changes that have taken place in the industry. No worries, E-learning is here to rescue your problems.

Since lockdown, the learning and teaching patterns have changed a lot resulting in everything being online. In the span of just a few months, a number of online learning platforms have emerged sharing a huge contribution to the digital world and education sector.

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As work from home and online learning is growing at a high rate. The idea of brushing up your existing skills and acquiring new ones can never go in vain. Through E-learning, you can be at home and learn all that you want at your own time and convenience. Not only, but you can also get certified for your Online Courses from some of the best-recognized Universities in the world which will contribute to upgrading your skills and will help reinvent your career.

So, here is a curated list of the most valuable online courses offered by various Universities and Organizations which will help you take charge of your career.

Get certified from top universities like Stanford, University of Virginia. Pixabay


Personal branding is the unique combination of skills, an experience that you show to promote yourself. It is a practice of marketing people and their careers as brands.

Course offered On: Coursera

Course offered By: University of Virginia

Skills you will earn: Personal branding, Social media Management, Brand Management.

Time Period: The course will take approx. 7 hours to complete.


Digital marketing is a process of delivering marketing online through websites, social media, email, search engines, etc.

Course offered on: Google

Course offered by: Google digital unlocked

Skills you will earn: Analytics and data insights, Business strategy, Content marketing, SEM, SEO, Display Advertising, and few others.

Time period: The course will take 40 hours to complete.

Digital marketing is one of the most demanded skills. Pixabay


We all negotiate on daily basis, Negotiation is the key to success for a business as well.

Course offered on: Coursera

Course offered by: University of Michigan

Skills you will earn: Plan Negotiation strategy, use tactics, create a contract, and evaluate it.

Time period: The course will take 17 hours to complete


Course offered on: Class Central

Course offered by: Stanford University

Skills you will earn: Idea generation, get users and grow, how to do sales and marketing, How to raise money, operation and management, business strategy, and others.

Time Period: The course will take 17 hours to complete.

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Graphic designing is the craft of creating visuals and communicating messages.

Course on: Udemy

Course by: Udemy

Skills you will earn: Basic design skills, Design real-world projects, The three-step design process.

Time period: The course will take 3 to 4 hours to complete.



When you're pregnant, the immune system is seeing the placenta for the first time in decades.

The US researchers have discovered a class of immune cells that plays a role in miscarriage, which affects about a quarter of pregnancies.

Researchers at the University of California-San Francisco found that the recently discovered subset of cells known as extrathymic Aire-expressing cells in the immune system may prevent the mother's immune system from attacking the placenta and fetus.

The researchers showed that pregnant mice who did not have this subset of cells were twice as likely to miscarry, and in many of these pregnancies fetal growth was severely restricted.

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"When you're pregnant, the immune system is seeing the placenta for the first time in decades -- not since the mother made a placenta when she herself was a fetus," said Eva Gillis-Buck, from UCSF.

"Our research suggests that this subset of immune cells is carrying out a sort of 'secondary education' -- sometimes many years after the better-known population of the educator cells have carried out the primary education in the thymus -- teaching T cells not to attack the fetus, the placenta and other tissues involved in pregnancy," she added. The findings are published in the journal Science Immunology.

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It's not surprising that over half of those surveyed feel more comfortable using emojis than talking on the phone or in person.

The tiny emojis being shared on billions of devices worldwide can play a major role in digital communication, with most people saying that emoji compels them to feel more empathy towards others, according to an Adobe report.

Adobe's global emoji study found that emoji even helps people overcome language barriers and form connections that would otherwise be difficult to do.

"We were surprised and delighted by the discoveries made in the survey, most notably how enthusiastic respondents were for emoji as a means to express themselves," the company said in a statement.

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Emojis sometimes get criticized for being overly saccharine, but this sweetness is key when it comes to diffusing some of the heaviness of online communication.

"Many of the emoji are focused on positive emotions, so it's easy to insert them into our conversations and lighten the mood," the Adobe study said.

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Jeff Bezos at the ENCORE awards.

Following the grand Richard Branson show where he carried Andhra Pradesh-born Sirisha Bandla and fellow space travelers on his shoulders after successfully flying to the edge of space, it is time for Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos to applaud Sanjal Gavande, one of the key engineers who designed the New Shephard rocket set to take Bezos and the crew to space on July 20.

Billionaire Bezos is set to fly to the edge of space aboard what is touted as the world's first unpiloted suborbital flight. Born in Kalyan, Maharashtra, Gavande is a systems engineer at Blue Origin who always dreamt of designing aerospace rockets.

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After completing Bachelor's in mechanical engineering from the University of Mumbai, she flew to the US in 2011 to pursue a Master's in mechanical engineering from the Michigan Technological University. She also applied for an engineering job at the US space agency NASA but finally landed her dream job at Blue Origin

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