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Program Objective

Doing PGP in Java can offer many benefits, including helping you to gain the skills and knowledge needed to pursue a successful career in this field. In this article, we’ll outline some of the key benefits of doing PGP in java for students from CQS.

Firstly, PGP in java can help you to gain a strong understanding of the java programming language. This is essential for students from CQS who want to pursue a career in this field, as it will give them the ability to write programs and applications in java. Additionally, PGP in java can also help students from CQS to develop their problem-solving skills. This is because PGP in java often requires students to debug programs and solve complex problems.

Secondly, PGP in java can help students from CQS to gain practical experience in the field. This is because PGP in java often includes working on real-world projects. This can be beneficial for students from CQS who want to get a head start in their careers, as it will allow them to gain hands-on experience in the field.

Lastly, PGP in java can help students from CQS to network with other professionals in the field.

By learning the PGP program in Java from CQS, students gain expertise in a number of important fields. These skills are essential for success in today’s economy. Some of the skills students gain by learning PGP Java include:

Who Is This Program For?

12th Pass Students, Job-seekers, Graduates of Engineering/ undergraduates, Computer Science or IT working  professionals.

Top Skills You Will Learn

Object oriented programming in Java, Databases, Web Applications, Software Testing, and more

Job Opportunities

Java Developer, Java Software Engineer, Java Architect, Java Web Developer, Java Mobile Developer

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

PGP in Java provides students with skills in Java programming, software development and testing. PGP Java also teaches students how to work with databases, web applications and big data. It is a great course for students who want to learn how to develop software professionally.

Duration: 6 Months
Eligibility: BE/BTech. (All Streams) ≥ 50% BCA, BSc (CS/IT) Degree ≥ 50% PG : MCA, ME/M.Tech
Specialization: Java

  • Introduction to Programming Concepts
  • Representing the Programming Logic Using Algorithms
  • Representing the Programming Logic Using Flowcharts
  • Representing the Programming Logic Using Pseudocode
  • Understanding Decision making and Iterations
  • Working with Large Volumes of Data
  • Programming with Java
  • Class, Object, and Types of classes
  • Packages in Java
  • Data types in Java
  • Variables, Constants, and Literals
  • Methods in Java
  • Constructor in Java
  • Modifiers in Java
  • Static Keyword
  • Final Keyword
  • Inner Class in Java
  • Super and this Keyword
  • OOPs concepts
  • Encapsulation
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Abstraction
  • Garbage Collection
  • Input Output Stream
  • Collections Framework
  • Serialization
  • Exception Handling in Java
  • Java Annotations
  • Reflection in Java
  • Java Array 
  • String, String Buffer, String Builder
  • Java Thread
  • JDBC intro
  • Agile 
  • Design Pattern

 

  • Learn Database models
  • Overview of SQL Server Management Studio and Transact-SQL language
  • Master writing simple and complex queries that retrieve data from the database
  • Calculate information across result sets using aggregate queries (sum, min, max, avg, etc.)
  • Insert, update, and delete data
  • Retrieve data from tables
  • Joins
  • Sub-queries
  • Working with Data Types
  • Procedure and Functions
  • Understand the different Views
  • Working with Triggers
  • Design a database
  • Maintain databases, tables, and sequences with SQL statements
  • Create and manage views
  • Ensure the integrity of multiple, related database updates by using transactions

Retrieve data using cursors

 

  • HTML             

    • Introduction to WEB
    • HTML Basics
    • HTML4 Drawbacks
    • HTML5 Introduction
    • HTML5 Syntax
    • DTD – Overview
    • Obsolete Elements/Deprecated Elements
    • Deprecated Attributes in HTML5
    • HTML5 Events
    • HTML5 Attributes
    • HTML5 Replaced Elements
    • HTML5 New Elements (More meaningful elements)
    • HTML5 New inline elements
    • HTML5 Input Types (More meaningful elements)
    • What is a Webform?(Web Forms 2.0)
    • HTML5 Form Elements
    • HTML5 Form Attributes
    • New attributes for <form> and <input>
    • New attributes for <form>
    • New attributes for <input>
    • HTML5 Canvas HTML5-GRAPHICS (2D and 3D Effects)
    • HTML5 SVG HTML5-GRAPHICS (2D and 3D Effects)
    • HTML5 Drag/Drop (Deeper Integration with OS)
    • HTML5 Geolocation(Deeper Integration with OS)
    • HTML5 Multimedia (playing video and audio is easier than ever)
    • HTML55 Media (playing video and audio is easier than ever)
    • HTML5 Video (playing video and audio is easier than ever)
    • HTML5 Audio (playing video and audio is easier than ever)
    • WebRTC (Real-time Communication between Browsers) (Stay connected)
    • HTML5 Web Storage (Expect the unexpected)
    • HTML5 App Cache (Offline Storage)
    • HTML5 Web Workers (Background JavaScript)
    • HTML5 SSE (One Way Messaging)
    • HTML5 Microdata(More meaningful elements)
    • HTML5 Web Workers (Stay connected)
    • HTML5 – WebSockets (Stay connected)
    • HTML5 – Web SQL Database
    • File / Hardware Access (Deeper integration with the Operating System)
    • HTML5 –MathML (Integrating Mathematical formulas  in Web)

    CSS

    • CSS 1.0 and 2.0
    • CSS3 (Presentation & Styling)
    • Borders
    • CSS3 Backgrounds
    • CSS3 Text Effects
    • CSS3 Fonts
    • CSS3 2D Transforms
    • CSS3 3D Transforms
    • CSS3 Transitions
    • CSS3 Animations
    • CSS3 Multiple Columns
    • CSS3 User Interface
    • PhoneGap
    • Twitter Bootstrap (Powerful mobile front-end framework)
    • Download Bootstrap
    • Bootstrap Grid System
    • Grid options

    Bootstrap CSS Overview

    • Bootstrap Typography
    • Bootstrap Tables
    • Bootstrap Forms
    • Bootstrap Buttons
    • Bootstrap Images
    • Bootstrap Helper Classes
    • Bootstrap Responsive utilities
    • Print classes
    • Bootstrap Glyphicons
    • Bootstrap Dropdowns
    • Bootstrap Button Groups
    • Bootstrap Button Dropdowns
    • Bootstrap Input Groups
    • Bootstrap Navigation Elements
    • Bootstrap Navbar
    • Bootstrap Pagination
    • Bootstrap Badges
    • Bootstrap Alerts
    • Bootstrap Progress Bars
    • Bootstrap Media Object
    • Bootstrap List Group
    • Bootstrap Panels
    • Bootstrap Wells
    Bootstrap Plugins Overview
    • Introducing Web Application Development
    • Working with Java Servlet Technology
    • Implementing Inter-Servlet Communication
    • Working with Sessions
    • Working with Filter
    • Working with JavaServer Pages Technology
    • Working with Scripting elements
    • Working with Implicit Objects
    • Working with Directive Elements
    • Exception Handling
    • Implementing Action Elements
    • Expression Language
    • Developing MVC-Based Web Applications
    • Storing and Manipulating Data in a Web Application
    • Developing Asynchronous Web Applications
    • Developing a Secure Web Application
    • Introducing Web Application Development
    • Working with Java Servlet Technology
    • Implementing Inter-Servlet Communication
    • Working with Sessions
    • Working with Filter
    • Working with JavaServer Pages Technology
    • Working with Scripting elements
    • Working with Implicit Objects
    • Working with Directive Elements
    • Exception Handling
    • Implementing Action Elements
    • Expression Language
    • Developing MVC-Based Web Applications
    • Storing and Manipulating Data in a Web Application
    • Developing Asynchronous Web Applications
    • Developing a Secure Web Application
  • Working with Hibernate and JSF Using Hibernate with IDE
  • Working with Hibernate Application
  • Working with Hibernate Logging
  • Working with Inheritance Mapping
  • Working Collection Mapping
  • Working Component Mapping
  • Working with Transaction Management
  • Working with Hibernate Caching
  • Objectives of the Course
  • Introduction to JSF
  • Steps to configure JSF framework
  • Steps to develop a first application using JSF
  • Understanding internal flow of first application in JSF
  • About Managed beans
  • Using internationalization with JSF
  • Understanding backing beans and their need
  • Understanding bean scopes and their differences
  • Using annotations in JSF
  • Understanding bean configuration
  • About JSF navigation and their need
  • Understanding JSF tag library
  • About JSF tables
  • About JSF conversion and validation
  • Understanding event handling in JSF
  • Understanding subviews and tiles
  • About custom components and their creation process
  • Integration JSF with Hibernate
  • Using Netbeans and Eclipse IDE for developing JSF based applications

 

  • Basics of Spring
  • Working with Spring with IDE
  • Working with IOC container
  • Working with Dependency Injection
  • Working with Spring AOP
  • Working with Spring JDBC
  • Working with Spring with ORM
  • Working with SpEL
  • Working with Spring 3 MVC
  • Working with OXM Frameworks
  • Working with Spring Java Mail

Working with Web Integration

 

  • Introduction To API
  • Basics of Rest API
  • API Tooling
  • Atom Installation
  • Working with a Code Editor
  • MongoDB and Postman
  • NoSQL Database
  • NPM with Node JS
  • Hello world Example in API
  • Adding and Retrieving Data
  • Deleting and Updating Data
  • Adding Features
  • Refactoring
  • Authentication with the Use Model
  • Securing Resources
  • Middleware Authentication
  • Node Deployment                

 

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career Opportunities After Learning Java

If you’re interested in a career in Java technology, then completing a Java course from CQS is a great way to get started. After completing our Java course, you’ll be qualified for a variety of jobs roles, including:

  • Java Developer

  • Java Software Engineer

  • Java Architect

  • Java Web Developer

  • Java Mobile Developer

No matter what your career aspirations are, completing a Java course from CQS can help you get there. Contact us today!

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