Some of the things which we understand and would take care in our classroom training are explained as follows:
Our content is specially designed in a way that it doesn't require the students to have much prior knowledge. We cover everything from scratch in a very simple to understand manner. Knowing just the basics of programming in any language is sufficient.
We understand the importance of personal level attention and interaction with each of our students. That's the reason we will restrict the number of students in each batch to a minimum.
All our sessions will be practical. We believe, executing things while you learn gives a better grasp on the subject. For this, you will be required to carry a laptop of your own.
Though the content is designed to fit in 15 sessions, it is not restricted to exact 15 sessions. In case the students require us to reduce the pace of teaching, we add extra sessions at the end to finish the syllabus. We may also take extra sessions for students who take time to cope up.
We encourage our students to individually take a project to work on, after the training. We guide them through their journey to complete it and get it hosted.
- To build responsive, device friendly webpages (Bootstrap)
- To create dynamic interactions for your user (jQuery)
- To write structured and reusable code (Php)
- To store and manage user data (MySQL)
- To share and maintain different versions of code (GIT)
- To get a better coding environment and to deploy your web application (Ubuntu)
We are coming up with a batch in February
*Though the content is designed to fit in 25 classes, it is not restricted to exact 25 classes. In case the students require us to reduce the pace of teaching, we add extra classes at the end to finish the syllabus. We may also take extra classes for students who take time to cope up.
We, earlier had a similar training program in Bangalore, where the students continued working with us after the training as developers, to get a practical exposure. This gave a unique experience to the students helping them understand the concepts well.
Been associated with Ungineering since its beginning and all I can say is that, nothing makes you better than working on real projects, that too in college days. You learn faster, you understand better. And the way Anuj teaches helps you to understand things more practically than in theory. Anuj's approach to web development is also quite unique wherein he starts from the basics of internet gradually taking you to concepts of programming, software development cycles, dummy projects and onto a level where one is confident to create their own projects. And that is what has helped me in my career too.
We are even working on an online version of our training to make it accessible to more and more students. This online training is currently of beginner's level and is free. You can explore it here.
Here is a sample video from the online training: