‘C’ E-Learning System to Find Learning Statistics

  • Harsha Saxena
  • Shubham Divekar
  • Anjaneya Gurjar
  • Nabil Memon
  • Shardul Bhot
Keywords: Graphical Simulations, Programming, E-Learning System


The E-Learning System is a web based system that focuses on the use of graphical simulation to help students learn the basic concepts of programming easily. The intended project would be used by the students as a web based tutorial for practicing programming. Currently, students who are new to programming find it difficult to understand how exactly programming works. This makes learning the subject even more difficult. The proposed system aims to help students develop aptitude towards programming with the help of graphical simulations. The system also intends to classify the students on the basis of their level of competency and programming and devise various strategies for various competency groups.


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How to Cite
Harsha Saxena, Shubham Divekar, Anjaneya Gurjar, Nabil Memon, & Shardul Bhot. (2018). ‘C’ E-Learning System to Find Learning Statistics. International Journal of Engineering and Management Research, 8(2), 12-15. Retrieved from https://www.ijemr.net/ojs/index.php/ojs/article/view/356

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