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The Java course provides an exhaustive coverage of Core Java Programming language features like Object-oriented Programming, Inheritance, Interfaces, Exception Handling, Reflection, Standard I/O programming, File Handling, Generics, GUI programming with Swing, Applets, Socket Programming, JDBC.


Duration 75 hrs (Including Project)

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Java Programming


Java provides a great flexibility while choosing a platform. A code developed in Java for a web application can be reused for a mobile application. Java is different from oriented programming language like C++ and it is platform free. It is one of the best programming languages for networked computers. Unlike other programs, which bear platform constraints, Java programs are able to accelerate on any machine with any operating system.




  • OOP Concepts
  • Writing your Own Java Class
  • Java Interfaces
  • Java Packages
  • Java Arrays & Strings
  • GUI in Java-AWT & Swings
  • Delegation Event Model
  • Introduction to Graphics
  • I/O
  • Exceptions
  • Applet Programming
  • Socket Programming & Networking
  • Introduction to JDBC
  • Introduction to RMI
  • Introduction to Java Beans

Advance Java


This course provides Struts Framework, Multithreading, Web Application Component Development with Servlets, JSP and XML.

  • Java Database Connectivity
  • Remote Method Invocations
  • Java Servelets
  • Java Server Pages
  • Enterprise Java Beans
  • Introduction to Struts
  • Java API for XML
  • Java Naming Directory Interface
  • Multithreading

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