Mentorship Program

Objective : The Program prepares the participants for an international job. The program is centered around Java 2 Technology which is in high demand due to the surge in e-biz developments taking place in the US and other advanced countries.

Eligibility : B.E., B.Tech. M.C.A. or M.C.S. with good communication skills. Experience not required.

Step 1 :Core Java

Pre-requisites:
  • a. Any Engineering graduate with 60% or more marks
  • b. Good command over Spoken and Written English
  • c. Some exposure to C language and knowledge of basic SQL

Period: Theory and Lab-work every alternate day for 4 weeks. Timings between 8.30 am and 1.30 pm
Fees: Rs. 5000 + Rs 612 service tax (12.24%) = Rs 5612 to be paid in full before the start of the course

Contents:

Language fundamentals javac and java executables; path and classpath settings; case-sensitive; free-format, strongly typed;Arrays, command-line arguments; Java source file structure; Expressions, white spaces, casting, Operators (with precedence and associativity rules), Primitives, Class members - Variables (fields ie. local, instance, static and reference) and methods, main(), actual and formal parameters, literals, Naming conventions for identifiers, Keywords, scope rules, Escape sequences; Garbage Collection; Comments;

Operators and Assignment Evaluation Order, Unary and Binary operators ; Arithmetic promotion

Modifiers , Final, Abstract, Static initializers , Other modifiers.

Conversion and Casting Primitive conversion and casting, Object reference conversion and casting.

Flow Control Loop Constructs and selection statements.

Object oriented programming-Encapsulation, Inheritance (extends and implements), aggregation and polymorphism; interface, abstract class, class, final class, object, package, import, constructors, overriding, super, this, final, overloading; inner class;

Wrapper classes for primitives

java.lang System, String and StringBuffer classes.

Thread concept Runnable interface and Thread class, Monitors- Wait and notify.

Exception handling try, catch finally, Error, Exception, NumberFormatException, RuntimeException, Throwable classes.

java.math - Math classes.

Collections - Vector, ArrayList, Iterator classes


Step 2 :Enterprise Java (J2EE)

Pre-requisites:
  • a. Any Engineering graduate with 60% or more marks
  • b. Good command over Spoken and Written English
  • c. Knowledge of basic SQL, HTML and Javascript
  • d. Should clear our Java Certification type test

Period: Theory and Lab-work every alternate day for 3 weeks. Timings between 1.30 pm and 8.30 pm
Fees: Rs. 7000 + Rs 857 service tax (12.24%) = Rs 7857 to be paid in full before the start of the course
Contents:

Servlets The servlet API, Request, cookies and session objects. Servlet life cycle. Authentication using sessions. Servlets as threads. Servlets and JDBC connections and connection pooling. Transaction proerties.

Java Server Pages (JSPs) Basic JSP syntax. Using beans for automation of JSPs. Collaboration of JSPs with session objects.

EJB Concepts, Session (Stateless and Stateful), Entity beans, Lifecycle of stateless,stateless and entity beans. Some examples using stateless session beans. Declarative security and Transactions.

Struts (A Web Application Framework) An introduction; struts-config.xml; MVC architecture; ActionServlet, ActionForm, ActionMapping, Action classes.


Step 3:Project Based Training


Pre-requisites:

  • a. Any Engineering graduate with 60% or more marks
  • b. Good command over Spoken and Written English
  • c. Knowledge of basic SQL, HTML and Javascript
  • d. Should have completed Core Java and Enterprise Java courses from Informex
  • e. Should have completed the Enterprise Java project and approved by the Course Instructor

Period: Till you find a job. Timings between 8.30 am and 8.30 pm
Fees: Rs. 8000 + Rs 980 service tax (12.24%) = Rs 8980 to be paid in full before the start of the training. This covers 2 months of computer time and office facilities provided for the project. You are expected to become productive from the third month. Hence there is no charge from the third month.

Contents: (these may change, based on market conditions)

MVC2 and the Struts frameworks, Tiles, Validator framework, Exception handling in struts

Hibernate- Introduction, Syntax of .hbm.xml file. Identity and equality, Mapping relations, Persistence Manager, Lifecycle etc.

UML and basics of design

Data Warehousing and ETL.

Junit TDD, Importance of unit testing, Class hierarchy and sequence diagram, mock objects, jetty, using Junit from Eclipse, Cactus to test in container servlets and jsps.


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