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Dot Net Syllabus

  • Chapter - 01 Overview

    • Strong Programming Features of C#
    • Environment
    • Why to go for .Net instead of other technologies
    • The .Net Framework
    • CLR
    • CTS
    • MSIL
    • JIT - Explanation
    • CLS
    • Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for C#
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 02 Core C# Programming

    • program structure
    • Main
    • Creating Hello World Program
    • Compiling and Executing the Program
    • basic syntax
    • The using Keyword
    • The class Keyword
    • Comments in C#
    • Member Variables
    • Member Functions
    • Instantiating a Class
    • Identifiers
    • Keywords
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter 03- Data types

    • Value Type
    • Reference Type
    • Object Type
    • Dynamic Type
    • String Type
    • Pointer Type
    Theory (00:45 to 01:00 Hrs)|Practical (00:45 to 01:00 Hrs)
    Total (01:30 to 02:00 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 04 Type conversion

    • Type Conversion Methods
    • Premitive to Reference
    • Reference to Premitive
    Theory (00:30 to 00:45 Hrs)|Practical (00:30 to 00:45 Hrs)
    Total (01:00 to 01:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 05 Variables

    • Defining Variables
    • Initializing Variables
    • Accepting Values from User
    • Lvalue and Rvalue Expressions in C#
    Theory (00:45 to 01:00 Hrs)|Practical (00:45 to 01:00 Hrs)
    Total (01:30 to 02:00 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 06 Constants

    • Integer Literals
    • Floating-point Literals
    • Character Constants
    • String Literals
    • String Literals
    Theory (01:30 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:30 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (03:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 07 Operators

    • Arithmetic Operators
    • Relational Operators
    • Logical Operators
    • Bitwise Operators
    • Assignment Operators
    • Miscellaneous Operators
    • Operator Precedence in C#
    Theory (02:00 to 04:10 Hrs)|Practical (02:00 to 04:10 Hrs)
    Total (04:00 to 08:20 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 08 Decision making

    • if
    • Else
    • Else if
    • Nested if
    • The ? : Operator
    • switch
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 09 Loops

    • Loop Control Statements
    • for loop
    • while loop
    • do while
    • break
    • go to
    • continue
    • return
    • for each
    • Infinite Loop
    Theory (00:30 to 00:45 Hrs)|Practical (00:30 to 00:45 Hrs)
    Total (01:00 to 01:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 10 OOPS

    • History
    • oops concept
    • Procedural vs oops
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 11 Encapsulation

    • Public Access Specifier
    • Private Access Specifier
    • Protected Access Specifier
    • Internal Access Specifier
    • Protected Internal Access Specifier
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 12 Methods

    • Defining Methods in C#
    • Calling Methods in C#
    • Recursive Method Call
    • Passing Parameters to a Method
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 13 Nullables

    • The Null Coalescing Operator
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 14 Arrays

    • Declaring Arrays
    • Initializing an Array
    • Assigning Values to an Array
    • Accessing Array Elements
    • Structural Subtyping
    • Using the foreach Loop
    • Multi Dimensional Array
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 15 Strings

    • Creating a String Object
    • Properties of the String Class
    • Methods of the String Class
    • Comparing Strings
    • String Contains String
    • Getting a Substring
    • Joining Strings
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 16 Structures

    • Defining a Structure
    • Features of C# Structures
    • Class versus Structure
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 17 Enums

    • Declaring enum Variable
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 18 Classes

    • Defining a Class
    • Member Functions and Encapsulation
    • Constructors
    • Destructors
    • Static Members of a C# Class
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 19 Inheritance

    • Base and Derived Classes
    • Initializing Base Class
    • Multiple Inheritance in C#
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 20 Polymorphism

    • Static Polymorphism
    • Function Overloading
    • Dynamic Polymorphism
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 21 Operator Overloading

    • Implementing the Operator Overloading
    • Overloadable and Non-Overloadable Operators
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 22 Interfaces

    • Declaring Interfaces
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 23 Namespaces

    • Defining a Namespace
    • The using Keyword
    • Nested Namespaces
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 24 Preprocessor Directives

    • Preprocessor Directives in C#
    • The #define Preprocessor
    • Conditional Directives
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 25 Regular Expressions

    • Constructs for Defining Regular Expressions
    • The Regex Class
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 26 Exception Handling

    • Syntax
    • Exception Classes in C#
    • Handling Exceptions
    • Creating User-Defined Exceptions
    • Throwing Objects
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 27 File I/O

    • C# I/O Classes
    • The FileStream Class
    • Advanced File Operations in C#
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 28 Attributes

    • Specifying an Attribute
    • Predefined Attributes
    • AttributeUsage
    • Conditional
    • Obsolete
    • Creating Custom Attributes
    • Declaring a Custom Attribute
    • Constructing the Custom Attribute
    • Applying the Custom Attribute
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 29 Reflection

    • Applications of Reflection
    • Viewing Metadata
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 30 Properties

    • Accessors
    • Abstract Properties
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 31 Indexers

    • Use of Indexers
    • Overloaded Indexers
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 32 Delegates

    • Declaring Delegates
    • Instantiating Delegates
    • Multicasting of a Delegate
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 33 Events

    • Events
    • Using Delegates with Events
    • Declaring Events
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 34 Collections

    • Various Collection Classes and Their Usage
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 35 Generics

    • Features of Generics
    • Generic Methods
    • Generic Delegates
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 36 Anonymous Methods

    • Writing an Anonymous Method
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 37 Unsafe Codes

    • Pointers
    • Retrieving the Data Value Using a Pointer
    • Passing Pointers as Parameters to Methods
    • Accessing Array Elements Using a Pointer
    • Compiling Unsafe Code
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

  • Chapter - 38 Multithreading

    • Thread Life Cycle
    • The Main Thread
    • Properties and Methods of the Thread Class
    • Creating Threads
    • Managing Threads
    • Destroying Threads
    Theory (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)|Practical (01:00 to 01:15 Hrs)
    Total (02:00 to 02:30 Hrs)

Dot Net Training Methodology & Materials

  1. 100% hands-on Practical Job Oriented Training
  2. Well designed exercises/sessions
  3. Discussion on real life situations / problems faced on the job and their solutions
  4. Indepth Project work with each course to enhance learning and give the participant a feel of difficulty, thus ensuring they apply in realtime everything they have learnt.
  5. Task based teaching methodology where students are given tasks to do in class, as required in the real world.
  6. Assessments at the end of the course help gauge student progress and learning.