6 Months Java Industrial Training

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6 Months Java Industrial Training !!

Bizz Digital Solutions provides the JAVA Industrial Training with Live Project in the Tricity for the Btech, Mtech, BCA, MCA which is so far one of the most preferred programs by the institutions as well as the students alike. Running like a bit wildfire, this type of Java SE training that has a huge industry in demand as it could make the participants always job ready. Our trainers also familiarize all the students with their real-time scenarios and also they share their industry experiences. As an outermost of the project i.e. a project-based program, this type of training makes the candidates work on the live Java applications and also implement the solutions there and then too.

To research the data suggests that there are over 9 million developers worldwide use the Java programming language and the demand is set to increase in coming years. We want a passionate youth for joining this global industry and also to invite applications for these types of programs.

Java SE, and here SE stands for the Standard Edition, is a very recent version i.e. offered by the Oracle for developing the portable applications for such desktops, as well as servers for the environments. It consists of that set of the development tools, other class libraries, deployment technologies, and also the toolkits that are used in the Java applications.

After completing this industrial training, all these students will be understood and also acknowledged about the Object Oriented Programming concepts, as well as such methods and declaring attributes and also the constructors. Candidates will become so proficient in such tasks as the assigning variables and also they will be having brilliant references!

Industrial Training in Java is a modular 6 months course, regularized over 5 days a week, 2 hrs a day, and exclusively includes practical sessions. The course curriculum of Industrial Training in Java comprises:

  • Module 01: Introduction to Java

  • Module 02: Java Basics

  • Module 03: Methods In Java

  • Module 04: HTML/DHTML

  • Module 05: Javascript/Jquery

  • Module 06: Introduction to OOPS

  • Module 07: Packages in Java

  • Module 08: Handling Exceptions

  • Module 09: Multithreading

  • Module 10: Swings

  • Module 11: Event Handling

  • Module 12: Multithreading

  • Module 13: Applet Programming

  • Module 14: I/O Programming

  • Module 15: Socket Programming

  • Module 16: Collection Framework

  • Module 17: JDBC Programming

  • Module 18: Introduction to MS-SQL

  • Module 19: Working with XML

  • Module 20: J2EE Introduction

  • Module 21: Servlet Programming

  • Module 22: JSP Programming


  • Introduction to HTML
  • HTML Basic Tag
  • HTML Image, Hyperlink
  • HTML List
  • HTML Table
  • HTML Div
  • HTML Frame
  • HTML Forms
  • HTML Font
  • Marquee Tag


  • Introduction to Adobe Dreamweaver CS5
  • Dreamweaver Interface Basics
  • Type of Views
  • Defining a Dreamweaver Site
  • Benefits of Using Dreamweaver Site
  • Creating a Site for Static Project
  • Creating a Site for PHP Project
  • Standard Tool Bar
  • Multiple Browser Previews
  • Anchor Links / Email Links / Named Anchors
  • Insert Table
  • Insert Div
  • Inserting Images / Image Hot Spots
  • Inserting Tables
  • Text Tags
  • Forms in Dreamweaver
  • Input Tags
  • Select Tag / List Tag / Opt Group
  • Buttons (Submit and Reset)
  • File Type / Encoding Type


  • Introduction to CSS
  • CSS Background
  • CSS Margin
  • CSS Padding
  • CSS Border
  • CSS Float
  • CSS Links
  • CSS Text
  • CSS Outline


  • Introduction to HTML5
  • What’s new in HTML5
  • HTML5 APIs
  • HTML5 Features
  • HTML5 Doc Type
  • New Structure Tags
  • Section
  • Nav
  • Article
  • Aside
  • Header
  • Hgroup
  • Footer
  • New Media Tags
  • Audio and Video tags
  • New Form Tags


  • Introduction to CSS 3
  • Basic CSS3 Selectors
  • Advanced CSS3 Selectors
  • New CSS3 Properties
  • CSS Rounded Corners
  • Box Shadow
  • Text Shadow Property
  • Text Stroke Property
  • Multiple Backgrounds
  • CSS Clip
  • CSS Gradients
  • Column Rules
  • Opacity
  • Transitions
  • Transform


  • Introduction to Java Script
  • JavaScript Variable
  • Statement
  • Operator
  • Function
  • Alerts
  • Array
  • Form Validation
  • JavaScript Event
  • JavaScript Date function
  • GetElementById


  • Introduction to C
  • Programming Fundamentals
  • Operators and Expressions
  • Data Input and Output, Loops and Decisions
  • Functions, Arrays
  • Operators and Function Overloading


  • Introduction to Java
  • Data Types variables and arrays
  • Control Flow Statements
  • Methods
  • Operators, Classes and Methods
  • Interfaces and Abstract classes
  • OOPs Concepts
  • Overloading and Overriding
  • Packages and Privileges
  • Applets
  • Threads
  • Collection APIs
  • Exception Handling
  • Multi-Threaded


  • Working with JFrame, JApplet, JPanel, JTextfield, JPasswordField, JButton, JCheckbox, JRadiobutton, JList, JScrollpane, JCombobox, JMenu, JMenubar, JMenultem, JPopupMenu, JTree, JTable


  • Event Sources
  • Event Listeners
  • Event Classes
  • Event Delegation Model
  • Event Class Hierarchy
  • Adapter Classes


  • Layout managers (Flow Layout, Border Layout, Card Layout, Grid bag Layout)
  • AWT controls (Labels, Buttons, Canvases, Checkboxes, Checkbox Group, Choices, Text Fields, Text Areas, Lists, Scrollbars, Panels, Windows, Frames, Menus, Menu Bars)


  • Introduction to Servlets
  • Need for Servlets
  • Life Cycle of a Servlet
  • The Javax.servlet Package
  • Accessing a Servlet using an HTML page
  • Sessions in Servlet
  • Cookies in Servlet


  • Introduction to JSP
  • Need for JSP
  • The JSP Request Response Class
  • JSP with Database


  • Overview of JDBC
  • JDBC Drivers and Architecture


  • Introduction to Database
  • Use MYSQL
  • Database Connectivity
  • Create Database and Table
  • MYSQL Commands
  • Select
  • Update
  • Delete
  • Insert
  • Database Connectivity with Servlets
  • Inserting data from the HTML page to the database
  • Fetching data from the database to HTML page