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Google thinks this country is showing the most interest in mobile development courses

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With more Indians coming online for the first time, India faces the challenge of guiding its citizens to put internet into good use. Fortunately for the country, an increasingly growing number of people are showing a promising interest in programming and coding apps.

More people in India are now looking online for mobile development courses than they do in the United States. Search queries for mobile development courses from India have surged 200 percent year-on-year in the past two years, Google said.

With this voluminous growth, India has surpassed the United States, Google said, in terms of online search for courses related to mobile developments.  Read more…

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