Study Diploma in Programming Languages at IDK.
These programming languages are the basic foundation of all other languages.
C LANGUAGE: It is the basic foundation of all language. C++ LANGUAGE: It is the second foundation language for all other languages. By learning these language we can learn Java, J2EE, VB, VB script etc.
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Course Level: Diploma course
Eligibility: 12th / Graduates in any stream
Course: Diploma in programming languages
Course Code: DPL
Course Duration: 7 Months
Course Fee: 11,000 /-
Registration Fee: 5,500/-
*Registration fees are Non- Refundable after 5 days from the enrollment.
MODULE 1: COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS, WINDOWS
MODULE 2: C LANG
MODULE 3: C++
MODULE 4: JAVA
MODULE 5: J2EE
There are many technical languages which are used to instruct the computer for any actions. These are few programming languages BASIS, C, C++, COBOL, JAVA, FORTRAN, Ada, Pascal each language has their own unique scope. When we speak about this programming language and technologies, they are the rulers of the world because this modern hi-tech world is been instruct this world , when we learn this languages we will make them to obey our rule. This programming language is used to develop several applications for the system as well as embedded devices like laptops, mobiles, tablets and many more.
In order to be awarded the "DIPLOMA IN PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES ", students are supposed to give their Theory and Practical exams for each module. If the student fails to attend the exam on the given date, re-exam will be conducted. Its mandatory to give exam for each module as mentioned in the curriculum.
*(Please Note: Student failing to attend 80% of timetable program/ particular course for Theory & Practical class will not be eligible to attend exams)
Classes are held Monday to Saturday, class will be scheduled as Practicals & Theory sessions in a week as (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) MWF & (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday) TTHS cycle