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Diploma in Java Certification Course
Introduction
A Diploma course in Java helps candidates to gain complete knowledge of Core Java and Advanced Java plus work on a project. Students get a hands-on practice on every topic that is taught to them as we believe that a student only learns with practice and not only theory.
At Softzeal the hands-on practice is done along with the teaching. So the student gets to practice as soon as the topic is taught and not wait for the lab session to practice.
The Advanced Java online course enables students and professionals to comprehend basic terminologies of Advanced Java such as JDBC, Hibernate Query Language(HQL), JSP’s Servlets, and many more, and get acquainted with frameworks like Hibernate and Spring.
Placements are an inherent part of the course and the students are given interview calls for Top MNC's in Pune after their course completion.
They are guided with Job company location, technical revisions sessions, mock interviews etc so that they are ready to face the interview with full confidence.
Course Duration For Diploma in Java

Course Duration For Diploma in Java Course :

  • 14 Weeks ( Regular Batch )
  • 16 Weekends ( Weekend Batch Only )
Eligibility Criteria For Diploma in Java

Eligibility For Diploma in Java Course :

  • BCA | BCS | BSc | BE | BTech | MCA | MCS | MCM | MSc | ME | MTech etc
Core Java Syllabus
Core Java
  • Introduction to Java, Java platform
  • Flow Control, Source file
  • Object Oriented Programming
  • Class, Object, Data types
  • Comments, Setup
  • Instance & Static variables
  • Constructor
  • This keyword
  • Method
  • Instance & Static Methods
  • Static block
  • Instance block
  • Method overloading
  • Inheritance
  • Extending classes
  • Method overriding
  • Final class
  • Abstract class
  • Interface
  • Abstract class vs. Interface
  • Access Specifiers.
  • Packages
  • Garbage Collection
  • Exception handling
  • Assertions
  • Collections
  • Generics, Enums, Covariant return types
  • Auto Boxing, Annotations
  • Internationalization, Locale, Formatting text and dates
  • Multi-Threading
  • JDBC-Connection pooling
Advance Java Syllabus
Advance Java
  • Web applications and HTTP basics
  • Servlet
  • Servlet model
  • Servlet Life cycle
  • Servlet container model
  • Coordinating servlet / Information
  • Sharing
  • Http servlet package
  • Session management
  • Filters
  • Listeners
  • Web applications security
  • JSP(Java Server Pages)
  • JSP Elements, Directives
  • Declarations
  • Scrip lets
  • Expressions
  • JSP Actions
  • Comments
  • Implicit objects
  • Expression Language (EL)
  • Model1 and Model2 Architectures
  • JSTL
  • JNDI
  • Resource Connections
  • Data Source objects
  • Connection pools
  • JSP Elements
  • Active users counting by listener
  • Publish/Subscribe Messaging
  • Design Patterns
Introduction to Spring 2.0
Introduction to Hibernate 3.0
Introduction To Spring
Tools
  • Eclipse
  • My Eclipse
  • Net Beans
  • IBM RAD
Web Services
  • Tomcat
  • JBoss
  • Web logic
  • Web sphere
Project

Students will be developing a project using Java and its different components. Developing this project will give the students a clear understanding about how to integrate the various Java features into one project which would use the functionality of these features to their maximum. This project will be done under the careful guidance of an experienced faculty.

Extra Curicular
  • Aptitude Preparation
  • Group Discussion & Personal Interview Preparation
  • Mock Interview
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