C Programming Language

Learn C Programming

C is a high-level programming language. In fact, C is one of the most popular general-purpose programming languages.

C is a programming language. The C language was first developed in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie at AT&T Bell Labs.

Ritchie called his newly developed language C simply because there was a B programming language already.

In fact, C allows you to get control of computer hardware and peripherals. That's why the C language is sometimes called the lowest high-level programming language.

Your future programming career is sure to get a boost when you learn the C programming language. C is the cornerstone of languages, the building block language on which so many of today's more modern languages are based. After you learn C, you will be ready to tackle just about any programming language and environment.


  • Duration of Course : 8 Weeks

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C++ Programming Language

Learn C++ Programming

C++, an extension of C, was developed by Bjarne Stroustrup in the early 1980s at Bell Laboratories. C++ provides a number of features that "spruce up" the C language, but more importantly, it provides capabilities for object-oriented programming.

C++ is the most widely used programming language around and is an industry standard for programming applications of all kinds. In addition, C++ is a highly efficient programming language that can conserve resources more effectively than languages such as Visual Basic, etc.

C++ enables you to reuse code so that you don't have to write the same code again and again. Although most programming languages allow you to reuse code, in other languages, you often have to modify the reused code quite a bit to make it work. C++'s support of object-orientated programming (OOP) makes reusing an object.


  • Duration of Course : 8 Weeks

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  • Free CD with 600 Programs.

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Data Structure

Learn Data Structure

A data structure is an arrangement of data in a computer's memory (or sometimes on a disk).

Data structures include linked lists, stacks, binary trees, and hash tables, among others. Algorithms manipulate the data in these structures in various ways, such as inserting a new data item, searching for a particular item, or sorting the items. You can think of an algorithm as a recipe: a list of detailed instructions for carrying out an activity.

An algorithm can be thought of as the detailed instructions for carrying out some operation. In a computer program these instructions take the form of program statements. Using data structure you can do the following:
● Insert a new data item.
● Delete a specified item.
● Search for a specified item.
● Sorting the data items.
● Traversing the data items.
● Merging the data items.


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Computer Science (11th & 12th) [CS]

Learn CS (class 11th & 12th) CBSE Board

C++, an extension of C, was developed by Bjarne Stroustrup in the early 1980s at Bell Laboratories. C++ provides a number of features that "spruce up" the C language, but more importantly, it provides capabilities for object-oriented programming.

C++ is the most widely used programming language around and is an industry standard for programming applications of all kinds. In addition, C++ is a highly efficient programming language that can conserve resources more effectively than languages such as Visual Basic, etc.

C++ enables you to reuse code so that you don't have to write the same code again and again. Although most programming languages allow you to reuse code, in other languages, you often have to modify the reused code quite a bit to make it work. C++'s support of object-orientated programming (OOP) makes reusing an object.


  • Duration of Course : 12 Weeks

  • Free Study Material.

  • Free CD with 700 Programs.

  • Free Demo classes.

Information Practices (11th & 12th) [IP]

Learn IP (class 11th & 12th) CBSE Board

Java is an object-oriented, platform-neutral, secure language designed to be easier to learn than C++ and harder to misuse than C and C++.

Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a software development methodology in which a program is conceptualized as a group of objects that work together. Objects are created using templates called classes, and they contain data and the statements required to use that data. Java is completely object-oriented, as you'll see later today when you create your first class and use it to create objects.

Platform neutrality is the ability of a program to run without modification in different computing environments. Java programs are compiled into a format called bytecode that is run by any operating system, software, or device with a Java interpreter. You can create a Java program on a Windows Vista machine that runs on a Linux web server, Apple Mac using OS X, and Palm personal digital assistant. As long as a platform has a Java interpreter, it can run the bytecode.


  • Duration of Course : 12 Weeks

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  • Free CD with 1000 Programs.

  • Free Demo classes.

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