There are in total 9 Modules in this course, each having a set of demos and case studies to solve. As the course progresses the level of difficulty of the case studies and demos will also increase. By the end of this course you will be expected to solve a fully-fledged project which is the Certification Project. Below are the details:
Every year several accidents occur due to a plenitude of contributing factors. Dilapidated public transport services have deteriorated and the efficiency and quality of service have declined, leading to passengers resorting to personal mode of commute. This results in not only restricting the traffic flow but also puts the life at peril The alarming increase in mortality rate owing to road traffic incidents over the past few decades is a matter of concern. The increase in the vehicles since last 10 years has put lot of pressure on the existing roads and ultimately resulting in road accidents. The total number of fatal accidents and road mishaps have increased manifold over the years. A total of 4, 80,652 road accidents took place in India last year resulting in the loss of 1, 50,785 lives and inflicting serious injuries on 4, 94,624 persons. The share of two-wheelers in total road accidents has increased from 28.8 percent in 2015 to 33.8 percent in 2016. The Accidents India 2016 report released by Govt of India revealed that 46.3 percent killed in road accidents were between the age group of 18-35 years. Motor vehicle crashes are a common cause of death, disability, and demand for emergency medical care. The existing road network seems inadequate to hold the ever developing and dynamic infrastructure. In the past 12 years, the highest number of road accidents happened in 2015 -- 5, 01,423. The lowest number was in 2005 at 4, 39,255, with most case reported in last 4 years. An interesting discovery of the case study was the fact that cities with a large population saw majority of accidents. Based on the above facts, you will be expected to answer or derive insights which will help in understanding the metrics better.