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Very good initiative by IIT & IISc and Youtube.
Thanks for posting.Too bad the ones on phase transformation are poor audio quality.
India is Developing
thank u sir…today was my first day at ur class and i am so eager to watch all your lectures and study them. Studnt of Osmania-hyd
how can one download the videos ?
got to love the corny intro. God Bless the Bollywood influence on Indian's education system. And the rest of its society for that matter.
NPTEL Is simply great.
Would anyone please be so kind as to tell me what he says at 16:51? I don't understand the words he says after "rings after rings, after rings"! Thanks in advance 🙂
conserntina mode of deformation 🙂
@fulsingh Thank you very much! 🙂
anyday buddy 😀
very good. and FREE!
Title needs to be more informative. "Introduction" to what ?
ya me estoy dando cuenta, lo importante que es aprender ingles
He is explaining the deformation after the compression of both test piece
very good thanks sir and u tube
I AM GRATEFUL TO SUCH FREE LECTURES . IT HELP US TO SERVE BETTER TO OUR COUNTRY.
no wonder IIT is so hard to get into, their quality of education is so much better. I have a material science class which is taught by a IIT at UC Davis…idk why this style has not rubbed into him.
the most boring professor ever!!! anyone else could have done this presentation in less than half of time than he did
I really appreciate the fact that this educational video is free and that Prof. Gupta is taking his time when he speaks, but I am having such difficulties understanding what he is saying. But of course, he is stationed in New Delhi, India and most of his Indian students, unlike me, are familiar with his accent. I'm getting off topic, when I say that I wish USA was like India in respect to their language conversion. Most Indians can speak at least two languages. But in USA, learning another language is not even required.
most boring lecture i have ever seen
Great video easy to understand as well.
thank u very much sir
The lecture was very helpful. Thank you.
Sir i m unable to find lecture 7 and 33
Sir please upload lecture 7 and 33
Sir what is difference between semiconductors and ceramics
sir i need amie all subject lecture pls provide sir. and also pls computer ,environment ,and design
9996851649 my whats app no. pls contact me any amie related person
where do I can find lecture-27 & 33 ?
The lecture was very helpful. Thanks Prof!
thank you sir …
sir does the course matches the engineering material sallybus for mechanical engineering in all indian universities
Thank you so much for the subtitles.
good lecture for fully understandable……….
u only reads so u make the very boring lecture….
the proper way of the lecture is on blackboard not sitting
Any one tell about which book is refer for engineering materials………….
Which book I should buy for studying this subject??
why en8 material we cannot case hardened?
could i know that if these videos are helpful for the students takig gate exam on XE and material science as an optional subject plzz reply fast anyone
47:25 is where it finishes.
keep the video in speed 1.5 or 2 for understanding normally or else you mind will roam around the earth in between those pauses
Voice is not good
Kindly post the missing lectures, numberd: 7, 27 and 33
Nice video and for more such videos on ESE prelims and mains exam non tech syllabus kindly visit: https://youtu.be/sGrCPY2XbvY
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