Mode of Classes
Live Interactive sessions via Zoom Platform
Description of the Course
In this introductory programming class, you’ll learn Object-Oriented Programming, a must-have technique for software engineers that will allow you to reuse and share code easily. You’ll learn by doing, and will build bite-sized mini projects in each lesson to learn and practice programming concepts.
Nowadays, knowing how to code isn’t just for software engineers and developers. Sure, if you want to land a career in those fields, having a wealth of experience is key.
But for everyone else, there are plenty of reasons you should learn to code, too. For example, it can teach you enough to mock up a very basic website design or an app you have an idea for (meaning your dream career might be in reach). Or, in certain industries, it can impress the hiring manager—even if it’s not a part of your job. It not only shows that you understand current trends, but also that you might be able to pitch in on bigger projects.
Courses to be covered
2. Python Advanced
The participant should have Python 3.8
Who this course is for:
● Newcomers to programming
● Programmers of other languages who want a fast way into C
● Anyone who needs to master Python
Topics to be covered-
Scopes and Constants
Decision Making Statements
Control Flow and Strings in
Scopes of Functions
String Functions in
Dynamic Memory Allocation
Command Line Arguments
Participant will be able to write much flexible and complex codes using C Programming Language. It would help him/her improve basic concepts regarding coding