I am a beginner in latex. I want to draw a table in latex. But, unfortunately, the last vertical lines are discontinuous. Is there a way to fix it?

Latex Code:

    \hline \hline \\[-0.2cm]
    \textbf{Duration of course} & Month/Year - Month/Year\\[0.1cm] \hline \\[-0.2cm]
    \textbf{No. of credits} & $\#$ of credits\\[0.1cm] \hline \\[-0.2cm]
    \textbf{Course Slot} & slot letter allocated to the course, if slotting system is followed\\[0.1cm] \hline \\[-0.2cm]
    \textbf{Course Timings} & Day: Time slot\\[0.1cm] \hline \\[-0.2cm]
    \textbf{Evaluation Pattern} & Evaluation Pattern and Weightage\\[0.1cm] \hline \\[-0.2cm]
    \textbf{TAs} & Name of TA, Designation, Roll no:\\[0.1cm] \hline \\[-0.2cm]
    \textbf{Course Overview} & Overview of the course\\[0.1cm] \hline \hline


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    this must be a duplicate but \hline\\[-0.2cm] makes a row with just one cell, so only lines from that cell, you could use \hline&\\ to make a full blank row, but using a blank row and then negative spacing to over-print that is almost always going to be the wrong thing to do so just use \hline not \hline\\ Mar 3 '17 at 16:51
  • @DavidCarlisle Thanks! It worked! I used negative spacing to give the cells a centered-alignment. Mar 3 '17 at 16:59
  • it's a bad idea, it to use negative spacing, it causes the rules to over-print (which can cause some artefacts) but to see it really go wrong try \begin{tabular}{||c@{ --- }c||} for example. Mar 3 '17 at 17:07

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