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The Complete Core Java Course -  Learn Java from scratch to an expert level

Job-Oriented Course with Comprehensive Syllabus at an Affordable Fee - 100% Placement Assistance

   Java is one of the most well-known and frequently used programming languages. Java is among the top computer languages used for web, mobile, desktop applications. Java is a programming language based on the concept of Object-Oriented Programming Systems (OOPS). Core Java refers to the fundamental components and libraries of the Java programming language. Core Java serves as a foundation for more specialized Java applications. Core Java is the starting point for beginners before progressing to Advanced Java. Course covers in depth core Java concepts with plenty of hands on coding exercises. Cover syllabus of Oracle / Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP) Certification.

Java Course Prerequisite :
   No prior coding experience is required. This course is designed such that anyone or beginners willing to learn coding can take it. While not necessary, having knowledge of C programming is a plus.

Who this course is for (Target Audience) :
  Anyone who want to enter into programming world,  Job Aspirants,  Anyone aspiring to learn to coding / New Learner,   Software Engineers / Programmers,   Selenium Testers,  Automation Aspirants,   Testing Professionals

Interview Preparation for Job and placement: YES

Core Java Course Completion Certificate : YES

Core Java Course Duration : 2 Months             Advance Java (Enterprise Java)

Complete Industrial Core Java Syllabus / Core Java Course Contents :

Core Java Classes in Nagpur
  • Introduction to Java
  • What is Java?
  • History and Features of Java
  • C++ vs. Java
  • Internal How to set the path?
  • JDK, JRE, and JVM (Java Virtual Machine)
  • JVM Memory Management
  • Internal Details of JVM
  • Java Editions
  •   Java SE (Java Standard Edition)
  •   Java EE (Java Enterprise Edition)
  •   Java ME (Java Micro Edition)
  • Core Java Concepts
  • Object Oriented Concepts - OOC
  •   Encapsulation
  •   Inheritance
  •   Polymorphism
  •   Abstraction
  • Basic Syntax
  • Hello Java Program
  • Naming conventions of Java
  • Types of variables : local variables, instance variables, and static variables and their scope
  • Data Types : Primitive data types and Non-primitive data types
  • Types of Access Modifiers : private, default, protected, and public
  • Types of Non-Access Modifiers : abstract, final, native, static, strictfp, synchronized modifier, transient, and volatile
  • Types of methods in Java: predefined method, user-defined methods: instance method, static method
  • Constructor and its Types : Default and parameterized constructors, Constructor OverLoading
  • Packages with static imports
  • final Keyword : Variable, Method, Class
  • super Keyword : Class, Constructor, Method
  • this Keyword
  • Inner Class in Java
  • Operators and Expressions : Arithmetic, relational, and logical operators. Operator precedence
  • Control Flow Statements
  •   Conditional Statements : if, else if, else statements and Switch-case statements
  •   Looping Statements : for loop, while loop, do-while loop and Enhanced for loop
  •   Jumping Statements : break, continue, return
  • Java Array : Declaration and Instantiation
  •   Single Dimensional Array and Multi Dimensional Array
  • String, String Buffer, String Builder (Mutable String / Immutable String)
  • Type Casting : Implicit and Explicit Type Casting
  • Garbage Collection
  • Inheritance : Overloading, Overriding, Dynamic Method Dispatch, Abstract Class
  • Interface
  • Exception Handling in Java
  •   Predefined and Userdefined Exceptions
  •   try - catch - finally
  •   throw and throws
  • final vs finally vs finalize
  • Enum
  • Java Collection Framework
  •   Wrapper Classes, AutoBoxing, UnBoxing
  •   Collection, List, ArrayList, LinkedList, Set, SortedSet, HashSet, TreeSet, Comparator, Iterator, ListIterator, For-Each Loop
  •   Map, SortedMap, HashMap, TreeMap
  •   Vector, Stack, Dictionary, Hashtable, Properties, Enumeration
  •   Generic Collection
  • Java io - Input-Output Streams
  •   File reading/writing - byte by byte, char by char, line by line, primitive data, objects
  •   Serialization and Deserialization
  • Java Annotations
  • Java Reflection
  • Java Multi Threading
  • Concept, Life Cycle, Scheduler, MultiThreading implimentation(Thread and Runnable), Deadlock .
  • Regular Expressions
  • Basic Common Design Patterns : Singleton, Factory, Observer
  • Basic GUI Programming (Optional) : Introduction to AWT and Swing
  • And many more topics...


  •  Explore a high-quality, job-oriented course with a comprehensive syllabus at an affordable price. Our program is designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge demanded by today's competitive job market. Here's what our course covers: Foundational Concepts: Gain a strong understanding of the basics, ensuring a solid foundation for more advanced topics.

    Industry-Relevant Technologies: Dive into the latest technologies and tools used in [industry/sector], making you job-ready upon completion.

    Practical Hands-On Experience: Apply your learning through real-world projects, enhancing your practical skills and boosting your confidence.

    In-Demand Skills: Acquire skills that are currently in high demand among employers, giving you a competitive edge in the job market.

    Resume Building and Interview Preparation: Receive guidance on crafting an effective resume and prepare for interviews to enhance your chances of securing your dream job.

     And the best part? Our course comes with an affordable fee structure, ensuring that quality education is accessible to all. Invest in your future with a course that not only fits your budget but also sets you on a path towards a successful and rewarding career. Enroll today and take the first step towards a brighter tomorrow!

    About Java Programming Language

      Java is a programming language developed by Sun Microsystems. On January 27, 2010, Oracle Corporation acquired Sun Microsystems. Initially named Oak in 1990, the language had to be changed to Java in 1995 as Oak Technologies held the trademark for Oak. The name 'Java' was inspired by James Gosling while he was having a cup of coffee near his office. The primary goals behind creating the Java language were to achieve platform independence, security, high performance, and support for multithreading. The Java language project was initiated by James Gosling, Mike Sheridan, and Patrick Naughton. James Gosling is widely recognized as the father of the Java Programming Language. It's noteworthy that more than 3 billion devices currently run the Java language.

    Key Features That Make Java Incredibly Popular

    • Architecture neutral
    • Distributed
    • Dynamic
    • High Performance
    • Interpreted
    • Object-Oriented
    • Portable
    • Platform independent
    • Multithreaded
    • Robust
    • Simple
    • Secured
    • Versatile

    Java Programming Language is used to develop the following applications

    Desktop GUI Applications : Many GUI application are developed using Java. Java provides AWT, Swing and JavaFX for developing desktop application.
    Web-based Applications : Mostly Web applications are developed using java language. Components like Jdbc, Servlet, JSP, and Struts and Spring Framework are used in its developement. Hibernate and Spring Boot are also widely used. These Web applications can be Enterprise applications(banking, inssurance, hospital management etc.) eg. irctc web application is developed in java
    Mobile App Development : Many android applications are developed using Java. So, if you are already familiar with Java, it will become much easier to develop android applications. eg. Spotify and Twitter are developed using Java.
    Gaming Applications : Java language is also used in Game development. Popular libraries like LibGDX and OpenGL are used mostly.
    Big Data Technologies : Java is also widely used in Big Data Technology for data analysis
    Distributed Applications : Java is also widely used for developing distributed applications
    Cloud-based Applications : In cloud based application development java is widely used to develop Software as a Service.
    IoT Applications : IoT Applications interact with machines/devices for communication to exchange data, Here Java is prefered for its security and flexibility feature.


    To write the java program, open Notepad(Search => notepad) and write following program

    public class Hello
    {
         public static void main( String[]   args ) 
         {
             System.out.println("Hello World!");
         }
    }  
    

    Save above program with name Hello.java in folder eg.D:\Programs

    Running Java Program On command prompt (Search => cmd)

    To compile: D:\ javac Hello.java
    Java file(Hello.java) is compiled by Java Compiler and converts the Java code into byte code(Hello.class).

    To execute: D:\ java Hello
    Output : Hello World


    Error : "javac is not recognized as an internal or external command"
    Solution : set path=D:\Java\bin;%path% ==> D:\Java is folder where java is installed
    Note : PATH is an environment variable that is used to find and locate binary files like "java" and "javac"


    Error: Could not find or load main class
    Solution : set classpath=D:\Programs;%classpath% ==> D:\Programs is folder where java compiled programs are stored
    Note : Classpath is an environment variable that is used by the application ClassLoader or system to locate and load the compiled Java bytecodes stored in the .class file.


    Central Institute of Information Technology - 2009
    Central Institute of Information Technology - 2009