Summer Training in Java

Trisect, the best institute for Java in Delhi NCR offers 6 / 8 weeks summer training with project in Java. The training course is specially designed to help the student start his journey towards becoming a Java Master. The goal of every student should be to become a Java Master. Industry likes Java Masters and wants to hire them. Trisect believes every student has the potential to become a Java Master and the Summer Training in Java helps the student start becoming a Java Master.

Java is key to getting a good job and building a successful career as a Software Developer. As a fundamental programming language, becoming a Java Master means becoming good in programming and software development.

The Summer Training in Java also comes with specially designed Lab sessions which make the student understand how to program in Java along with learning the core concepts of Java likes OOPS.

This training is very useful for all B.Tech, MCA, M.Tech, BCA, B.Sc (IT) students.

More Details

  1. 6 / 8 weeks Summer Training in Java to start becoming a Java Master.
  2. Small batch sizes to give personalized training.
  3. Hands on lab sessions to help appreciate programming.
  4. Study Material for continuous learning.
  5. Personalised attention and mentoring.

Next Batch Details:

  • Batch Starts : Every week starting May 15, 2017 (May 15, May 22, May 29, June 5, June 12, June 19, June 26)
  • Duration : 6 / 8 weeks
  • Location : Online course
  • Batch Size : Max of 15 students
  • Fee : Rs 8000/- + tax(Exciting discounts and offers available - WhatsApp 9582167401 to know more)
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Trisect Placement Drives

Once your Job Ready Java course is complete, you start receiving Trisect referred Placement Drives. Trisect works with 100+ companies, some prominent companies being Daffodil Software, Affle AppStudioz, Finoit Technologies, Pironcorp Technologies etc. These companies keep conducting their drives at their office or at Trisect. In the last 3 months, we would have conducted 25+ drives.


MODULE 1: Basics

Basic Programming Techniques, Classes and Objects, Constructors, Memory Management

  • Basic Programming Techniques - Operators, Variables, Primitive Data Types, Loop Basics, Conditional Statements - if-else, multiple ifs, multiple loops
  • String Basics - String, charAt(), length(), AND, OR, !=, Common Problems
  • Array Basics - Array Traversal, Insertion, Deletion, Common Problems, Array of Strings
  • Introduction to Classes and Objects Classes and Objects - Fields, new keyword, dot operator, Constructors – default, parameterized, OOP – Encapsulation

MODULE 2: Object Oriented Programming (OOP)

Inheritance, Polymorphism – Overloading and Overriding

  • Methods - Classes and methods, Method overloading
  • Inheritance - Inheritance, Constructor Chaining and Method overriding, this and super keywords
  • Memory Management - String memory management, String literal pool, == vs equals(), String vs StringBuilder vs StringBuffer, Memory management in Java – Stack vs Heap, Reference variables, Common issues – String, Objects and Arrays, Object Class – Important methods [toString(), hashCode(), equals()]
  • Polymorphism & Inheritance OOP – Polymorphism: Runtime vs Compile time, Dynamic Method Dispatch, OOP – Inheritance: Types of Inheritance, Issues of Multiple Inheritance


Abstract Class, Interface, Access Modifiers, Exception Handling

  • Keywords - Static variables and static methods, Final variables, final methods and final class
  • Abstract and Interface - Abstract class and abstract methods, Interfaces, OOP – Abstraction: Abstraction vs Encapsulation
  • Access Modifiers - Packages, Access Modifiers – default, public, private and protected
  • Exception Handling - Basic Exceptions, try-catch, finally, nested try-catch, Multiple catch, generic exceptions

ADDITIONAL MODULE: Collection Framework, SQL, Data Structures

  • Collection Framework - Concrete classes in collection framework - ArrayList, HashSet and HashMap, Iterator
  • Collection Framework & Exception Class Hierarchy - Collection vs Collections vs Collection Framework, Interfaces – List, Set, Map and Collection, Hashing, Exception Class hierarchy, Checked vs Unchecked Exceptions, throw vs throws keyword
  • SQL - CRUD Commands [Create-Read-Update-Delete], Clauses [Where, Group by, order by, limit], SQL constraints, Distinct, Alias, Aggregate Functions, Joins [Right, Left, Inner, Full]
  • Searching - Searching algorithms - Linear Search and Binary Search
  • Basic Data Structures - Stack [push, pop, peek], Queue [enqueuer, dequeuer], LinkedList [Node, Traversal, Insertion, Deletion, Common Problems]
  • Garbage Collection & JVM - JVM, JRE, JDK, JIT, bytecode, Garbage Collection, finalize


Use your knowledge of Java learned in this course to create this final project.

Course FAQs

Who should go for this course?

Students in B.Tech, MCA, M.Tech, BCA, B.Sc (IT)

I am from Non-IT background, is this course a right choice?

Yes, definitely. The course teaches you Java from the scratch.

Who are the faculties?

Our faculties are well trained professionals, equipped with the latest curriculum and technical knowledge to help you become a Java Master.

Where will the training take place?

It is an online course. You can attend from anywhere. You do not have to visit a centre.

How will I learn? And how are practical's covered?

Trisect follows a practice based model to teach. You will be writing over 400+ programs in java, understanding important concepts with the help of our faculties and study material. This ensures a student develops good understanding of Java.

What if I have queries?

Practicing is the best way to master any skill and it’s natural to get stuck when you practice. We acknowledge that and our faculties make sure they resolve each students query during and after the class as well.

What if I have more queries?

You can call at 9582167401 or email at We will be happy to resolve your queries.

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Industry Advisors

Rohit Jain

Rohit was a senior member of the engineering team at Google India. He started his career with Microsoft at their headquarters at Redmond, Seattle where he worked on Windows. He has also worked with Yahoo and IBM Research Labs in key technology roles. He is a computer engineer from IIT Delhi and a MS from University of North Carolina.

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Course Features

  • 1 on 1 Training

    Get trained under the personalized guidance of Trisect's Expert Faculty.

  • Hands on lab sessions

    Hands on lab sessions to help appreciate programming.

  • Help by Experts

    Practicing is the best way to master any skill and its natural to get stuck when you practice. We ackknowledge that and prvide you round the clock help. Experts respond to your query at the earliest and guide you through.

  • Study Material

    Study Material for continuous learning.