DJT - Diploma in Java Technologies Course

About Profound Java Classes?

Java is a programming language and computing platform released by Sun Microsystems. It is fast, secure, and reliable. Java enforces an object-oriented programming model. It can be used to create complete applications that may run on a single computer or be distributed among clients and server in a network. From laptops to data centers, game softwares to scientific applications, Java is everywhere ! It is a top contender in the race of programming languages.

Do not hesitate if you have never written any programs or have no idea about object oriented programming but passionate to become a Java developer.. We believe that everyone has the ability to create software if they are taught properly. At Profound Edutech, you learn Java from Basic to Advanced level under guidance of Experts from Industry. A complete practical and career oriented approach of teaching which will make your Java learning an unforgettable journey. During Java course, conceptual knowledge of coding is developed and that is the very reason why Profound JAVA classes are highly recommended by Corporates and Java professionals.

Duration: 2 Months
Eligibility: BE | BTech | MCA | MCS | MCM | MSc | BCA | BCS | BSc etc
Pre-requisite: Good Knowledge of C, C++ Programming.
Course Overview
  • Introduction to OS & Networking
  • Overview of Operating System
  • Concept of Process and Thread
  • Memory Management
  • Network Basics
  • Classification of Networks
  • Network Topologies
  • Network Communication and Protocols
  • TCP/IP fundamentals
  • Database Fundamentals & SQL
  • Database fundamentals, Normalization
  • SQL / PL-SQL
  • Stored Procedure, Function
  • Triggers
  • Programming in C
  • Introduction to Programming
  • Data Types, Operators
  • Integrated Development Environment
  • Control Structures
  • Functions
  • Pointers
  • Arrays, Strings
  • Structures and Unions
  • Command Line arguments
  • Object Oriented Programming with C++
  • Concepts of Object Oriented Programming
  • Class and Object
  • Operator Overloading
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Exception Handling
  • Function Templates
  • Introduction to Java
  • What is Java?
  • Need of Java Language
  • Features of Java Language
  • Setting Java Environment
  • Working with Java
  • Java architecture
  • Concept of classLoader, JVM, JIT
  • First Java Application
  • Basics of Java
  • Data types
  • Variables, Literals etc.
  • Operators in Java
  • Java statements & types
  • OOP's Concept
  • What is OOP's
  • Why we need OOP's
  • What is Object?
  • Object Charactristics
  • Concept of Classes & Object creation in Java
  • OOP's Features
  • Abstraction & Encapsulation
  • Explore java.lang package
  • Access modifiers, static concept
  • String Handling in Java
  • Package programming
  • OOP's Features
  • Polymorphism & Inheritance
  • Method overloading
  • Inheritance & types using extends, super keyword
  • Method overriding, final keyword
  • Abstract class & Interface
  • Java Misc Concept
  • Inner class
  • Reflection in Java
  • Wrapper classes
  • Exception Handling
  • What is Exception
  • Exception type & hierarchy
  • Handling Exception using try-catch
  • throw & throws
  • Custom Exception
  • Assertion
  • Multithreading in Java
  • Concept of Multitasking
  • What is Thread
  • Thread Lifecycle & State
  • Thread API
  • Thread Priority
  • Synchronization in Multithreading
  • Inter thread communication
  • I/O Programming & File Handling
  • What is Stream?
  • Types of Stream in Java
  • ByteStream & concern classes
  • CharacterStream & concern classes
  • Serilization in Java
  • Overview on java.nio package
  • GUI Programming
  • What is GUI?
  • Need of GUI Programming
  • Explore java.awt package
  • Event Handling
  • Layout management
  • Swing programming
  • Enhanced componenet of Swing
  • Collection Framework
  • What is collection Framework​?
  • Need of Collection
  • Collection using Generics
  • Set & implemented classes
  • List & implemented classes
  • Map & implemented classes
  • Comparable Vs Comparator
  • JDBC Programming
  • What is JDBC?
  • Need of JDBC
  • JDBC Driver & types
  • JDBC architecture
  • Statement Vs PreparedStatement
  • JDBC Transaction
  • Networking in Java
  • Advance JDBC
  • What is Stored Procedure?
  • JDBC using Stored Procedure
  • ResultSetMetaData API
  • DatabaseMetaData API
  • Data Access Object Design Pattern
  • JDBC application using Swing, DAO
  • HTML & XML
  • Overview on HTML
  • HTML form tag & implementation
  • Overview on XML
  • CSS & JavaScript
  • Overview on CSS
  • Implementing CSS in HTML
  • Overview on JavaScript
  • Overview on JEE
  • Concept of Web Application
  • Structure of Web Application
  • Setting up Web application with Apache Tomcat
  • Servlet Basics
  • What is Servlet?
  • Servlet Structure & LifeCycle
  • Servlet API
  • GenericServlet Vs HttpServlet
  • Deployment Descriptor
  • First Servlet application
  • Servlet API
  • ServletConfig vs ServletContext
  • Servlet using JDBC
  • RequestDispatcher & methods
  • Session Tracking in Java
  • What is Session Tracking?
  • Why we need Session Tracking?
  • Session Tracking mechanism
    • 1 Cookies
    • 2 URL rewriting
    • 3 Hidden Form Field
    • 4 HttpSession
  • ServletFiler API
  • Java Server Pages (JSP)
  • Introduction to JSP
  • JSP Features over Servlet
  • JSP Lifecycle
  • JSP Tag
  • JSP Scripting Element
    • Decleration, Scriptlet, Expression tag
  • JSP Directive Tag
    • Page, include, taglib tag
  • JSP Action tag
  • Jsp implicit object
  • JSP Specification
  • Custom tag
  • Expression Language
  • JSTL in Jsp
  • Concept of MVC
  • MVC Model 1
  • MVC Model 2
  • Introduction to Struts2.x
  • Overview on MVC model
  • MVC Model-1
  • MVC Model-2
  • Web Application Framework
  • What is Struts 2
  • Setting Up Struts 2 in Eclipse
  • Writing a Struts 2 Hello World Application
  • Struts 2 Workflow
  • Practical on above point.
  • Struts2.x Action
  • Concept of POJO
  • Action interface
  • ActionSupport class
  • Responsibilties of Action
  • Aware intefaces
  • Practical on above point.
  • Struts2.x Tag
  • UI Tag
  • Data Tag
  • Practical on above point.
  • Validation in Struts2.x
  • Validation in Action
  • Validation Framework
  • Custom Validators
  • Practical on above point.
  • Interceptor in Struts2.x
  • Built-in Interceptor
  • Custom Interceptor
  • Practical on above point.
  • Struts2.x Misc Concept
  • ValueStack
  • ActionContext
  • OGNL
  • Result Type
  • Big picture of Struts2.x
  • Practical on above point.
  • Introduction to Other Frameworks
  • ORM tool – Hibernate
  • Spring Framework
  • Interview Techniques
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Group Discussion
  • Resume Writing
  • Mock Test Based on MNC Test Pattern
  • Technical Assignments
  • Technical Test
  • Technical Interview
International Certification: Guidance for International Certification
Project: Design, Development


Why Java Course at Profound is Different than other Java Classes ?

  1. Strong focus on Placement and proven track record of placed students with MNCs in the field of Java.
  2. Java Course contents have been designed by understanding the need of Industry and level of Fresher / student. Which makes Duration and Contents of course intensive than any other Java Classes.
  3. One on One attention by Trainers fulfilling need of every student.
  4. Well equipped Class rooms available for Concept Sessions, Project discussions, Presentations, Brain storming giving feel of Corporate Environment
  5. Ample Lab facility available free of charge for exploring world of Java.
  6. Extensive practical hands-on on every Topic guided by a Lab Trainer which helps in removing coding fear of a student.
  7. Design and Development of deadline oriented Real time projects under guidance of Experts provides feel of how to survive in competitive world.
  8. Exhaustive tests on each concept, on-line MCQ tests practice raises student's confidence in facing Recruitment exams held by Companies.
  9. Along with Technical competence, emphasis given for preparing Fresher on Interview skills and other Soft skills.
  10. Sincere efforts to build Technical competency in Fresher to make him Employable in Industry.

Java Classes FAQs

Because computer programming is heavily dependent on programmers’ ability to think logically. Logical thinking is the first prerequisite for Java Course. Knowledge of programming i.e. to be able to make use of appropriate variable types, arrays, strings, loops and develop a program which achieves correct output. So knowledge of C is required. Since Java is object oriented, knowledge of C++ will be an added advantage.
Java is used in real world applications for developing enterprise applications in any domain such as Healthcare, Banking Financial services and Insurance, manufacturing. Most prominent web sites,,, and have used Java. Java Applications work almost anywhere; desktop, mobile, tablet, PC, Mac, POS terminals, smartphones, servers, ATMs, , televisions, Internet of Things gateways, medical devices, etc. Hence doing Java Course will help you to grab good opportunities in field of computing.
Java is easy to learn, even if you are new at programming. Java is an “object-oriented” programming language, which means that it is different than a “procedural” language. In our Java Class, you will learn Object Oriented Programming paradigms first and then its implementation using Java.
As a Java Professional you can look at getting into various areas. Big-Data has been a buzz word as with the amount of data produced, we need tool to analyse this information. Hadoop, a free, Java based programming framework, can process large amounts of data sets. MapReduce, HDFS are written by developers in Java. Java professionals will have immense scope in the field of Big Data. Java developers have scope in Internet of things (IoT) and M2M (machine-to-machine) technology, since Java is best standard platform for IoT. Java developers are required in cloud computing. Future of world of computation is heading towards Paas (Platform as a service) and Iaas ( infrastructure as a service, egs. AWS, etc.). In short, Java developers have a lot of scope in future of computing world.