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I'm highly interested in computer science, but I will not be able to join any computer science course in my undergraduate due to some issues. So in order to get the knowledge and skill of a btech undergraduate, what would be the books and problems solving resources from which one can self-study to get all the necessary knowledge of a btech computer science degree? Please share the websites and books from where advanced theoretical problems and can be solved.

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  • $\begingroup$ Most of the site regulars are not based in India, so it may take awhile, but I hope this gets an answer. There are certainly plenty of people who find themselves in this situation! $\endgroup$
    – Ben I.
    Commented Apr 15 at 16:00
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    $\begingroup$ "btech" isn't a common term where I'm from, so I suggest spelling out Bachelor of Technology if that's what it means. Beyond that, this is a bit broad. I'd imagine the list would be highly variable depending on the particular curriculum you're interested in. I don't think there's some simple list of, say, 5 books that gives you all the knowledge of any technology bachelor's degree. Can you find a course listing for your particular bachelor's degree and look at the required textbooks from that? $\endgroup$
    – ggorlen
    Commented Apr 15 at 19:37

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There's something called NPTEL. You can appear for exams for <1000 Rupees. I suggest you try it.

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