Java Training Course will help you to become an expert in Core Java, J2ee, spring, Hibernate, and Struts with Hands-on Classes. Become Master in Java Programming and Data Structures to Solve Complex Real life Problems with Our Java Course. Learn how to design and Build Web applications using Java Frameworks and MySQL Database for Banking, Insurance, HealthCare and Gaming Projects. Enroll for Java Training Course to Pass the Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE8 Programmer exams in the first attempt to become Certified Java Developer.

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Overview of Java Training

This Comprehensive Java Training will make you expertise in writing Codes for Building Android app development and Selenium automation testing environments. Improve your SQL knowledge to fetch the Data from the Oracle Database for Building Dynamic applications and Reporting Process. This Course will Cover the Fundamentals to Advanced Java Concepts like Multi-Threading, Collection, Array list and more with 100% Lab Practice.

Our Core Java training course allows students to create solutions for the problems occurring in the real world in the Java Programming language. The core java training covers basic to the advanced core concept of Core Java.

The core java training course helps the students to master basic OOPs concepts, JDBC, Swings, Applets, and JavaBeans used to create a standalone application in JAVA. The core java training also helps the student to deploy the cross-platform and develop application software in a computing environment. Learning Core Java with our core java course will make you a knowledgeable and creative Java programmer. The course content covered will make you the best in the software field.

The core java course training covers essential concepts like data types, conditionals, variables, arrays, iterations, methods, Java FX, and how to develop an interactive game with the help of Java. The advanced core java from Yuva Sakthi Academy is developed with techniques and programming skills concepts to provide in-depth knowledge of JUnit and JDBC frameworks, operators, Java 8, Constructors, and more. The candidate will get a Core Java course completion certificate once they finish the Core Java training from Yuva Sakthi Academy. The trainers of Yuva Sakthi Academy are experts who are highly skilled in different JAVA methodologies and concepts. According to payscale.com, the average Core Java Developer salary is $83,536.

About Core Java Course

The course modules are created by Yuva Sakthi Academy professionals who keep every detail on the latest Java technologies at their fingertips. The course module contains every critical aspect required to clear the Java exams and other tricky job interviews. The real-life examples, projects, hands-on training, practical and theoretical implementations, case studies, and so on make the students clear about the Core Java concepts without hassles.

Eligibility

This Core Java and Advanced Java Course are ideal for those who want to pursue java programming as a full-time career. The core java course is designed for people who have at least a basic understanding of computers. The Advanced Java course is for the software developer, engineering graduate, web designer, and programming enthusiast.

Prerequisites to learn Java Training

Before enrolling in a core java course, make sure you have fundamental computer expertise. Furthermore, students with no prior java programming language experience can complete the training successfully. However, having some expertise will undoubtedly be advantageous. Before getting yourself enrolled in an advanced java training course , ensure that you have a basic understanding of the Core Java programming language.

Advantages of Java Course training

  • It will teach you how to create web applications with real-world projects using technologies such as Core Java, java J2ee, Servlet, JSP, and MySQL Database.
  • Spring Framework, MVC, Data Structures, Spring Boot, Hibernate, Web Services, and Java Algorithms are among the topics covered in the java program course to help you become a full-stack java developer.
  • You will get to understand object oriented programming language in java class.
  • This course will educate you on how to build efficient, portable desktop and Android mobile applications using Java application coding techniques like java constructs, OOPs concepts, Dynamic data storage, threads, enums, JDBC, exception handling, control statements, collections, OOPS, and database connectivity concepts with practical classes.

Objectives of java training

  • In-depth insight of Java conditional statements, multithreading and exception handling, data types, and loops, a database using hibernate framework
  • Detailed knowledge of object-oriented programming language through Java using Objects, Classes, and various Java concepts like Abstract, Final, etc., and Parse XML files using SAX and DOM.
  • The potential to implement functions, arrays, and string handling techniques, JDBC to communicate with SOA, Database using web services.
  • The range of projects includes telecommunications, banking, e-commerce, and social media.
  • Participation of small and medium businesses in the java training to understand industry standards and acceptable practices.
  • SME participation throughout the java program course to learn industry best practices and standards.
  • The opportunity to work on various real-world industrial projects.

Upcoming Training Batches

Yuva Sakthi Academy provides flexible timings to all our students. Here is the Java Training Course Schedule in our branches. If this schedule doesn’t match please let us know. We will try to arrange appropriate timings based on your flexible timings.

Time Days Batch Type Duration (Per Session)
8:00AM - 12:00PM Mon - Sat Weekdays Batch 4Hr - 5:30Hrs
12:00PM - 5:00PM Mon - Sat Weekdays Batch 4Hr - 5:30Hrs
5:00PM - 9:00PM Mon - Sat Weekdays Batch 4Hr - 5:30Hrs

Syllabus of Java Training

Core Java Syllabus

Module 1: Introduction

  • Java Why? What? How? When? Where?
  • Different Java Versions.
  • How Java is different from other Technologies

Module 2: Introduction To Java Programming Environment

  • How to Install & set Path.
  • A Simple Java Program
  • Compiling & executing Java Program
  • Phases of Java Program
  • Analysis of a Java Program
  • Understanding Syntax and Semantic Error,
  • Runtime Exception
  • Name of a Java Source File
  • Platform Independency
  • Java Technology (JDK, JRE, JVM, JIT)
  • Features of Java
  • Text Editors
  • Consoles

Module 3: Fundamentals of Java Programming

  • Naming convention of Java language
  • Comments
  • Statements
  • Blocks (Static, Non-static/instance)
  • Identifiers
  • Keywords
  • Literals
  • Primitive Data Types, Range
  • Reference (User defined) Data type
  • Variables (Primitive, Reference)
  • Type Casting, Default Value
  • Operators
  • Program/Interview questions

Module 4: Control Structures

  • Working with Control Structures
  • Types of Control Structures
  • Decision Control Structure (if, if-else, if else if, switch –case)
  • Repetition Control Structure (do –while,while, for)
  • Program/Interview questions

Module 5: Input Fundamentals And Datatypes In Java

  • Java program inputs from Keyboard
  • Methods of Keyboard inputs
  • Scanner, Buffered Reader
  • Problem Solving
  • Java Array
  • What is Array
  • Array Declaration in java vs C and C++.
  • Instantiation of an Array
  • String vs character array.Accessing Array
  • Elements, Default Value, for-each loop, varargs
  • Length of an Array (What is –Array Index Out Of Bounds Exception)
  • Increasing, Decreasing the Size and Copy of an Array
  • Multi-Dimensional Arrays
  • Program/Interview questions
  • Program/Interview questions Difference between C and C++ with Java
  • Application Compilation and Run
  • Interview related Question and Answer

Module 6: Object Oriented Programming (Oops Concepts In Deep)

  • Procedural Vs Object Oriented Program
  • Different type of Program Procedural Vs Object Oriented.
  • Top Down Vs Bottom Up Approach
  • Introduction to Object Oriented
  • Abstraction, Encapsulation, Inheritance,
  • Polymorphism.
  • Introduction to Classes and Objects
  • Custom Class Definition
  • Instance and Static Variables
  • Different ways to create Object Instance
  • Instance Variable and it’s role in a Class
  • Constructors, types of Constructor,
  • Constructor Rule, Constructor Overloading
  • Static Variable and it’s use.
  • Methods and their behavior.
  • Constructor vs Methods
  • Constructors
  • “this” Keyword
  • Java Access Modifiers (and Specifiers)
  • Programming Interview related Question and Answer
  • Call by value, Call by reference

Module 7: Command-Line Arguments

  • What is a Command-Line Argument?
  • Java Application with Command-Line Arguments
  • Conversion of Command-Line Arguments
  • Passing Command-Line Arguments
  • Using methods (Static , Non Static)

Module 8: Integrated Development Environment

  • Using various Editors
  • Program Compilation, Execution in Editor
  • Using Eclipse IDE
  • Project Set Up
  • Source File Generation
  • Application Compilation and Run

Module 9: Inner Class

  • First View of Inner Class
  • Outer Class Access
  • Types of Inner Class

Module 10: Inheritance

  • Complete concepts of Inheritance
  • Sub-Classes
  • Object Classes
  • Constructor Calling Chain
  • The use of “super” Keyword
  • The use of “private” keyword inheritance.
  •  Reference Casting

Module 11: Abstract Classes and Inheritance

  • Introduction to Abstract Methods
  • Abstract Classes and Interface
  • Interface as a Type
  • Interface v/s Abstract Class
  • Interface Definition
  • Interface Implementation
  • Multiple Interfaces’ Implementation
  • Interfaces’ Inheritance
  • How to create object of Interface

Module 12: Polymorphism

  • Introduction to Polymorphism
  • Types of Polymorphism
  • Overloading Methods
  • Overriding Methods
  • Hiding Methods
  • Final Class and Method
  • Polymorphic Behavior in Java
  • Benefits of Polymorphism
  • “Is-A” vs “Has-A”
  • Association Vs Aggregation
  • Interview related Question and Answer.

Module 13: Package

  • Package and Class path and its use
  • First look into Packages
  • Benefits of Packages
  • Package Creation and Use
  • First look into Class path
  • Class path Setting
  • Class Import
  • Package Import
  • Role of public, protected, default and private w.r.t package
  • Namespace Management
  • Package vs. Header File
  • Creating and Using the Sub Package
  • Sources and Class Files Management

Module 14: Using Predefined Package & Other Classes

  • Java.lang Hierarchy
  • Object class and using toString(), equals(),hashCode(), clone(), finalize() etc
  • Using Runtime Class, Process Class to play music, video from Java Program
  • Primitives and Wrapper Class
  • Math Class
  • String, StringBuffer, StringBuilder Class
  • String Constant Pool
  • Various usage and methods of String,StringBuffer, StringBuilder
  • Wrapper Classes
  • System Class using gc(), exit(), etc.

Module 15: New Concepts In Package

  • Auto boxing and Auto unboxing
  • Static import.
  • Instance of operator.
  • Enum and its use in Java
  • Working with jar

Module 16: Garbage Collection

  • Garbage Collection Introduction
  • Advantages of Garbage Collection
  • Garbage Collection Procedure
  • Java API
  • Interview related Question and Answer

Module 17: Exception Handling

  • Introduction to Exceptions
  •  Effects of Exceptions
  • Exception Handling Mechanism
  • Try, catch, finally blocks
  • Rules of Exception Handling
  • Exception class Hierarchy, Checked &
  • Unchecked Exception
  • Throw & throws keyword
  • Custom Exception Class
  • Chained Exception.
  • Resource handling & multiple exception class
  • Interview related Question and Answer.

Module 18: Multithreading

  • Introduction
  • Advantages
  • Creating a Thread by inheriting from Thread class
  • Run() and start() method.
  • Constructor of Thread Class
  • Various Method of Thread Class
  • Runnable Interface Implementation
  • Thread Group
  • Thread States and Priorities
  • Synchronization method, block
  • Class & Object Level Lock
  • Deadlock & its Prevention
  • Inter thread Synchronization
  • Life Cycle of Thread
  • Deprecated methods : stop(), suspend(),resume(), etc
  • Interview related Question and Answer

Module 19: Input and Output Streams 

  • Java I/O Stream
  • I/O Stream – Introduction
  • Types of Streams
  • Stream Class Hierarchy
  • Using File Class
  • Copy and Paste the content of a file
  • Byte Streams vs Character Streams
  • Text File vs Binary File
  • Character Reading from Keyboard by Input Stream Reader
  • Reading a Line/String from Keyboard by Buffered Reader
  • Standard I/O Streams Using Data Streams to read/write
  • primitive data
  • PrintStream vs PrintWriter Using StreamTokenizer and RandomAccessFile
  • Interview related Question and Answer

Module 20: Serialization

  • Introduction to Serialization
  • Using Object Streams to read/write object
  • Transient Keyword
  • Serialization Process
  • Deserialization Process
  • Interview related Question and Answer

Module 21: Collection Framework

  • Generics(Templates)
  • What is generic
  • Creating User defined Generic classes
  • The java.util package
  • Collection
  • What is Collection Framework
  • List, Set & Map interfaces
  • Using Vector, Array List, Stack,
  • Linked List, etc.
  • Using Collections class for sorting
  • Using Hashtable, Hash Map, Tree Map,
  • SortedMap, LinkedHashMap etc.
  • Iterator, Enumerator.
  • Using Queue, Deque, SortedQue, etc.
  • Using HashSet, TreeSet, LinkedHashSet etc
  • Using Random class
  • Using Properties in a Java Program
  • Using user defined class for DataStructure
  • Using Date and Formatting Date class.
  • Interview related Question and Answer

Advanced Java Syllabus

Module 1: JDBC

  • Introduction to JDBC
  • Databases and Drivers
  • Types of Driver
  • Loading a driver class file
  • Establishing the Connection to different
  • Database with different Driver
  • Executing SQL queries by ResultSet,Statements , PreparedStatment interface.
  • Using CallableStatement
  • Transaction Management & BatchUpdate
  • Programs/Interview related Question and Answer

Module 2: JSP

Basics Of Jsp
  • Life cycle of JSP
  • JSP API
  • JSP in Eclipse and other IDE’s
  • Programs/Interview related Question and Answer.
Scripting Elements
  • scriptlet tag
  • expression tag
  • declaration tag
  • Programs/Interview related Question and Answer.
 Implicit Objects
  • out
  • request
  • response
  • config
  • application
  • session
  • pageContext
  • page
  • exception
  • Programs/Interview related Question and Answer.
Directive Elements
  • page directive
  • include directive
  • taglib directive
  • Programs/Interview related Question and Answer.
Exception Handling
Action Elements
  • jsp:forward
  • jsp:include
  • Bean class
  • jsp:useBean
  • jsp:setProperty & jsp:getProperty
  • Displaying applet in JSP
Expression Language
  • What is expression and how to use it
  • Define expression and use over the service flow
  • The way to be achieve same in JSP
Mvc In Jsp
  • MVC pattern
  • Working flow implementation of MVC
  • CRUD operation using MVC
  • Design a real time web application using MVC
JSTL
  • Discussion on the tag library
  • How to implement and use
Custom Tags
  • Custom Tag : What and Why?
  • Custom Tag API?
  • Custom Tag Example
  • Attributes
  • Iteration
  • Custom URI

 Module 3: Servlet 

  • Basics of Servlet
  • Servlet: What and Why?
  • Basics of Web
  • Servlet API
  • Servlet Interface
  • GenericServlet
  • HttpServlet
  • Servlet Life Cycle
  • Working with Apache Tomcat Server
  • Steps to create a servlet in Tomcat
  • How servlet works?
  • servlet in Myeclipse
  • servlet in Eclipse
  • servlet in Netbeans
Servlet request
  • Servlet Request methods
  • Registration example with DB
Servlet Collaboration
  • Request Dispatcher
  • send Redirect
Servlet Configure
  • Servlet Configure methods
  • Servlet Configure example
Servlet Context
  • Servlet Context methods
  • Servlet Context example
Session Tracking
  • Cookies
  • Hidden Form Field
  • URL Rewriting
  • HttpSession

 Module 4: Concurrent and implementation of collection

  • Implemenation of ArrayList
  • Implemenation of LinkedList
  • Implemenation of HashMap
  • Implementation of Queue/PriorityQueue/Deque

 Module 5: Advanced Multi-Threading

  • Implemenation of Executor pool service and working mechanism with real time
  • Big file(Single , multiple ) processing using multiple thread
  • Implemenation to achieve thread class and runnable interface

 Module 6: Javamail Api

  • Sending Email
  • Sending email through Gmail server
  • Receiving Email
  • Sending HTML content

 Module 7: Design Pattern

  • Singleton
  • DAO
  • DTO
  • MVC
  • Front Controller
  • Factory Method
  • Abstract
  • etc

 Module 8: Junit

  • JUnit: What and Why?
  • Annotations used in JUnit
  • Assert class
  • Test Cases

 Module 9: Maven

  • Maven: What and Why?
  • Ant Vs Maven
  • How to install Maven?
  • Maven Repository
  • Understanding pom.xml
  • Maven Example
  • Maven Web App Example
  • Maven using Eclipse

 Module 10: Project Guidance

Java Trainer Profile

Java Training Instructor Experience

A java trainer at Yuva Sakthi Academy- the best java training institute gives total freedom to their students to explore, examine and learn java courses based on real-time examples.
We have a team of qualified professionals who have experience in handling real-time projects in industries and holds good command over theoretical knowledge. Yuva Sakthi Academy is the leading Java Training Institute . Recognized by Oracle, we provide Java that comes directly from Oracle and recognized by any company around the world.
Our Java trainer Mr. Prem is a software engineer with over 10 years of experience working on Java writing various programs and applications for world-renowned companies including the IT companies. Yuva Sakthi Academy has been teaching Java to students for over 10 years. With the help of our Java training , thousands of students have found positions in top IT companies and other parts of India.

  • They are certified and working professionals with outstanding grades.
  • They are currently working as java professionals with the top MNC city.
  • They are well connected with hiring H.R.s in multinational companies.
  • They have practical communication skills to deliver the course with suitable examples in each java class.
  • They have strong practical and theoretical knowledge of important java concepts such as Exception Handling, Threads, JSP, Operators, XML handling, Loops, Collections, Database Connectivity, and Servlet.
  • They have expert-level subject knowledge.
  • Our trainers are continuously up to date on industry trends and expectations to include them in the java programming project and corporate training.
  • Our instructors are entirely committed to helping our trainees advance in their jobs and get internship opportunities.
  • They offer all available assistance to participants in achieving their learning java objectives and preparing them to face their interviews confidently.
  • We offer training in both and offline mode, and our trainers are present in different areas of the world. Our instructor’s tips and tricks help our students to remember the complicated concepts and advanced techniques very easily.
  • We focus on practical concepts rather on theoretical concepts at the end of the day students need the same to implement at the client’s projects.
  • Our instructors provide possible support to the students to reach their goals and prepare them to face interview with confidence.

Java Training Benefits

Yuva Sakthi Academy is Accredited by all major Global Companies around the world. We provide after completion of the theoretical and practical sessions to fresher’s as well as corporate trainees.

Our at Yuva Sakthi Academy is accredited worldwide. It increases the value of your resume and you can attain leading job posts with the help of this in leading MNC’s of the world. The is only provided after successful completion of our training and practical based projects.

Upon the Course and Project Completion you will earn a Valid JAVA SE 8 Programmer to boost your Career and also you can Share this Certificate to show your Core Java and J2ee Skills to the Potential employers. Register for Java training with us and get high Paid jobs around $100000.

JAVA

Oracle certified Java holds the highest value as it is one of the most typical and thus hard to crack. It needs a comprehensive knowledge of Java technologies. Oracle has been known to provide a job proficiency or position elevation, salary hike, etc.
Oracle offers different stages of – associate, professional, experts and master.
Once you get this , many doors related to Java technology like application development, software development will open for you. Oracle Certified Associate Java SE Programmer I (formerly the Sun Certified Java Programmer).The Oracle Certified Associate Java SE Programmer (7 and 8) exam is the basic exam required to show a solid understanding of Java as a programming language and is a prerequisite to being a certified Programmer. yuva sakthi academy Java Training is curated by the professionals as per the industrial demands and requirements.
We can proudly say that participants trained at our institute have excellent command on the subject than those trained elsewhere. Course material covering all the topics is given to help the trainees learn better. Regular assessments and daily assignments are conducted to help groom their technical skills.
After course completion, we provide our students with Java training with that will be globally recognized and also offers complete assistance to get placed in a reputed organization. We conduct mock interviews; we help them with resume preparation, we provide FAQs for interviews.
So, that our student can face any interview with confidence. Regular assistance, a good learning environment, and well-cataloged training procedures are the key features of the Yuva Sakthi Academy Institute.

What is a JAVA ?
Java is one of the renowned, high value IT s from Oracle Corporation. The exams are classified following edition: Enterprise Edition, Standard Edition. These s exams bring you the recognition of your skills and knowledge in developing Rich user interface, web applications, application security and performance, mobile devices and other embedded devices.
We offer training to the aspirants in different level such as- Corporate, Customized and Academic. Most of our trainers are industry professionals who provide training in their part-time for our students. Our trainer’s experience helps our students to get the right industry knowledge.
Even trainers give a referral to our students in their companies, and also we have tied up with many MNC’s, we send our every student for interviews to get placed in a reputed organization.
How many types of Java are there?
The Java can be categorized into five levels based on the skills – associate, professional, expert, and master. Here is a list of the levels structured under Oracle’s Java path. They are

  • Oracle Certified Associate (OCA)
  • Oracle Certified Professional (OCP)
  • Oracle Certified Expert (OCE)
  • Oracle Certified Master (OCM)
  • Oracle Certified Master, Java EE 6 Enterprise Architect
  • Oracle Certified Expert, Java EE 6 Java Persistence API Developer
  • Oracle Certified Expert, Java EE 6 Web Component Developer
  • Oracle Certified Professional, Java SE 7 Programmer (Upgrade)
  • Oracle Certified Professional, Java SE 7 Programmer
  • Oracle Certified Professional, Java SE 8 Programmer (Upgrade) [1Z0-813]
  • Oracle Certified Professional, Java SE 8 Programmer (Upgrade) [1Z0-810]
  • Oracle Certified Professional, Java SE 8 Programmer (OCPJP/SCJP)
  • Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 7 Programmer
  • Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 8 Programmer (OCAJP/SCJA)

Which JAVA is best?
Currently, no doubt it is Oracle Certified Master , which is most valued because it is also the toughest to get. Even if you have 10 years of Java experienced, it’s hard to crack this exam, and hence it’s valued a lot. If you want to become a Java architect or solution architect, this is the exam, which you need to clear. Since, many developers take the to get Job, when it comes to popularity,i.e. the which most of Java developer give then certainly OCPJP and OCAJP scores big.
How many questions are on JAVA exams?
There are different number of questions for different Java Exams. For example- 1Z0-808 exam (Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 8 Programmer) has 70 questions, and 1Z0-897 exam (Oracle Certified Expert, Java EE 6 Web Services Developer) has 55 questions. All candidates get the same Java exam questions in order to make a fair comparison between them.
If participants were given different questions, there would be no way of making sure that each individual test is of the same difficulty. However, the order of the questions & answers in the test is shuffled for each test.
What is the passing score for JAVA ?
Oracle’s Java has a tough passing percentage, close to 65% for both OCPJP (The Oracle Certified Professional Java Programmer) and OCAJP (The Oracle Certified Associate Java Programmer). You need in-depth knowledge of the Java Programming language and APIs to succeed in the exam.
How long is JAVA valid?

The s are valid for their versions. For example, if you succeeded in the Java 6 exam, then your is valid as long as you live only for that version of the technology. You cannot claim that as the Java 8 .
Does JAVA expire?
s do not expire. Once you are certified, you keep that . So once you are OCAJP8 certified, you will always be OCAJP8 certified. But Oracle can retire exams. As long as the exists, there is no expiry for the s.
For example, if you are writing for OCJP 6, then it is valid for only the Java 6 version. When Oracle discontinues the OCJP 6, your doesn’t hold any value for the latest s.
What is the salary for a JAVA Certified Professional?
According to PayScale, the average salary for a Java developer is $69,722 pa, with an average salary range of $47,169 to $106,610 pa. The highest-paid Java developers are in Arlington and San Francisco, where the average reported yearly salaries are $97k.
The average pay for a Java Software Developer or Programmer in India is Rs 434,304 pa. Experience strongly influences income for this job. Skills that are associated with higher pay for this job are Spring and J2EE. Many people move on to other jobs if they have more than 10 years of experience in this field.
How do I study for Java ?

  • Buy a book OCA/OCP Java SE 7 Programmer I & II Study Guide by Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates, read this complete book at least twice, complete all the self-test at the end of each chapter.
  • Make proper notes for hard concepts; you will need those later.
  • Write a lot of code every day.
  • Practice Mock exams online; you will come to know how much you have prepared.
  • Keep on checking the Java Ranch forum for information and experiences.
  • Refer to Java API Docs.
  • Check Oracle’s website for examination details and vouchers.

Which is best for a web developer?
Java (Oracle), Net Framework (Microsoft), SAP ABAP, Python, Ruby, PHP, JavaScript, etc. are some of the best s for web developers. Oracle offers numerous Oracle Certified Java s at the Associate, Professional (OCP), Expert (OCE) and Master (OCM) levels.
Its professional-level s typically require you to have an OCP Java Programmer or a Sun Certified Java Programmer credential as a prerequisite. Exams are multiple choice, and some include scenario-based questions. Passing scores vary by topic and credential.
If I fail the JAVA Exam, how soon I retake it?
If your exam voucher has a free retake, then you can retake the same exam after 14 days. On 14th day you can apply once again and retake the exam. If you purchased an OCA Exam Voucher that has a free retake as part of a special promotion, your voucher
(i) can be used by one individual on one attempt plus a retake of the same exam
(ii) can only be used for a retake, if there is a failed first attempt on file,
(iii) becomes void for both attempts on the voucher expiration date. Most vouchers do not have a retake unless they are offered as a part of a promotion. You will only get a retake under special cases. It will be clearly instructed in the voucher description and in the voucher letter if your voucher includes a retake.
How do I apply for JAVA exams?

Following are the steps to apply for Java exams:

  • Step 1: Open Oracle: Pearson VUE page, If you are a first-time visitor then click on Create an account
  • Step 2: Click on Proctored Exams
  • Step 3: You will see a screen to search the exam. Enter the exam code you want to give. You can get exam code details at Java s MyExam Cloud Exam Collections
  • Step 4: You will see the exam name, fees for the exam and language of the exam on the screen, Click on Schedule this exam.
  • Step 5: You will see Confirm Exam Selection screen, click on the Proceed to Scheduling.
  • Step 6: Now, Enter into the search box, the nearby place for the test center. Select the test center and click on Next.
  • Step 7: Select the Date and Time on which you will write your exam.
  • Step 8: Recheck the information, date and time after confirming then click on the Proceed to Checkout.
  • Step 9: After that, you need to check the information and enter the credit card details.

What is OCJP in Java?
OCJP and SCJP are referring to the same exams. SCJP (Sun Certified Java Programmer) is renamed as OCJP (Oracle Certified Java Programmer) when Oracle has acquired Sun MicroSystems. Before that, the SCJP word is synonymous with Java exams, and it is one of the most renowned s for Java developers.

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What are the System Requirements to attend Java Training ?
A system with minimum 2GB RAM is enough for installing Eclipse and JDK.

  • 2GB RAM
  • Processor Intel Core2 Duo or higher
  • 32 or 64 bit OS with JDK installed on it

How will I execute practical's during Java Training ?
Our Instructor will provide the Environment/Server Access to the trainees, and we ensure practical real-time experience and training by providing all the utilities required for the complete understanding of the course.
We will help you to set-up the Java environment on your local system along with Eclipse IDE with a detailed step by step installation guides will be present in your LMS which will help you to install and set-up java and eclipse.
What projects will I complete as part of the course?
The Training itself is Real-time Project Oriented. Get the real-time experience of working on Java development projects through a live project training program at Yuva Sakthi Academy.
The live project helps students to learn in real what they have learned theoretically. Live project training is an initiative to fulfill the gap created between the theoretical learning processes and working methodology at companies. There are many benefits students can get by opting for live project training. You will get to interact and work with industry experts to learn in detail the project development concepts.
You get exposure to real-time projects and therefore will derive the actual experience similar to working in the companies. Following are some of the Live Java Projects:

  • A Peer to Peer file storage and sharing systems
  • Online Travel Agency
  • Efficient security for centralized information system
  • Application for Centralization of customer services support system
  • Bus information live monitoring system
  • Application for developing web information of efficient security using SSL algorithm
  • Application for Integrated University Management System
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Java?

Java is a high-level, object-oriented programming language developed by Sun Microsystems (now owned by Oracle). It was designed with the principle of "write once, run anywhere" (WORA), meaning that compiled Java code can run on any platform that supports Java without the need for recompilation.

Java is renowned for its portability, platform independence, and security features. It is used extensively in building enterprise-scale web applications, mobile applications (Android), desktop applications, and large-scale systems.

What are the key features of Java?

Java offers several features that contribute to its popularity and versatility:

  • Platform independence: Java programs can run on any device or operating system with a Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
  • Object-oriented: Encourages modular and reusable code through classes and objects.
  • Robust: Provides strong memory management, exception handling, and type checking.
  • Secure: Built-in security features like bytecode verification and runtime environment sandboxing.
  • Multi-threaded: Supports concurrent execution of multiple tasks for enhanced performance.
  • High performance: Just-in-time (JIT) compilation optimizes bytecode execution for faster application performance.
  • Dynamic: Supports dynamic memory allocation and automatic garbage collection.
  • Rich API: Extensive library of pre-built classes and packages for various functionalities.
  • Community support: Active community of developers, open-source libraries, and frameworks.
  • Scalable: Scales from small applets to large-scale enterprise applications.

These features make Java suitable for a wide range of applications from desktop GUIs to web servers and embedded systems.

What are the different types of Java applications?

Java applications are broadly classified into:

  • Standalone applications: Also known as desktop applications, these run independently on a user's computer without needing a web browser. They typically have graphical user interfaces (GUIs) and interact with users directly.
  • Web applications: Applications that run on web servers and interact with users via web browsers. Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) is commonly used for building enterprise-level web applications.
  • Mobile applications: Android applications are primarily developed using Java. Android Studio, the official IDE for Android development, uses Java along with Kotlin for Android app development.
  • Enterprise applications: Large-scale distributed applications built using Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) technologies such as servlets, JSP (JavaServer Pages), EJB (Enterprise JavaBeans), and Java Persistence API (JPA).
  • Embedded systems: Java is used in embedded systems for its platform independence, real-time capabilities, and robustness in managing hardware resources.
  • Applets: Small Java programs that run within web browsers and provide interactive content. Applets have declined in popularity due to browser compatibility issues and security concerns.

Java's versatility allows developers to create diverse applications ranging from desktop software to enterprise-level systems and mobile apps.

How does Java achieve platform independence?

Java achieves platform independence through its bytecode and virtual machine architecture:

  1. Java source code is compiled into platform-independent bytecode by the Java compiler.
  2. The bytecode is executed by the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), which is platform-specific but acts as an intermediary between the compiled Java code and the underlying operating system.
  3. When a Java application runs, the JVM translates bytecode into machine code suitable for the host system, enabling Java programs to run on any device or operating system that supports the JVM.

This "write once, run anywhere" capability simplifies software development, deployment, and maintenance across diverse computing platforms.

What are the main principles of object-oriented programming (OOP) in Java?

Java follows key principles of object-oriented programming (OOP) to structure code and manage complexity:

  • Encapsulation: Bundling data (attributes) and methods (functions) that operate on the data into a single unit (class).
  • Inheritance: Deriving new classes (child classes) from existing ones (parent classes) to inherit attributes and behaviors, promoting code reuse and hierarchy.
  • Polymorphism: Providing multiple forms of functionality through method overriding (runtime polymorphism) and method overloading (compile-time polymorphism).
  • Abstraction: Hiding complex implementation details behind simple interfaces to focus on essential functionalities.
  • Modularity: Breaking down software into manageable, independent modules (classes and packages) for easier development, maintenance, and testing.

OOP principles in Java facilitate code organization, reusability, and flexibility, enhancing software design and development.

How can Java handle exceptions?

Java uses exception handling to manage runtime errors and exceptional conditions:

  1. Enclose code that may throw exceptions within try block.
  2. Catch specific exceptions using catch blocks to handle and recover from errors gracefully.
  3. Use finally block to execute cleanup code regardless of whether an exception occurs or not (optional).
  4. Throw custom exceptions using throw keyword to indicate specific error conditions in your code.
  5. Handle checked exceptions (compile-time exceptions) by including them in method signatures or using try-catch blocks.
  6. Use unchecked exceptions (runtime exceptions) for critical errors that may not be recoverable during program execution.

Java's exception handling mechanism promotes robust, fault-tolerant code by separating error-handling logic from normal program flow.

What are Java collections and how are they used?

Java collections are frameworks that provide classes and interfaces to store, manipulate, and manage groups of objects:

  • List: Ordered collection that allows duplicate elements (e.g., ArrayList, LinkedList).
  • Set: Unordered collection that does not allow duplicate elements (e.g., HashSet, TreeSet).
  • Map: Key-value pair collection where each element is unique (e.g., HashMap, TreeMap).
  • Queue: Collection designed for holding elements prior to processing (e.g., PriorityQueue, LinkedList).

Java collections framework simplifies data manipulation, iteration, sorting, and searching operations. They enhance code readability, performance, and efficiency in handling data structures.

What is the difference between JDK, JRE, and JVM?

Java Development Kit (JDK), Java Runtime Environment (JRE), and Java Virtual Machine (JVM) serve distinct purposes in Java programming:

  • JDK (Java Development Kit): Comprehensive development kit containing tools (compiler, debugger, libraries) to develop Java applications. It includes JRE.
  • JRE (Java Runtime Environment): Runtime environment required to run Java applications. It includes JVM and core libraries.
  • JVM (Java Virtual Machine): Virtual machine that executes Java bytecode. It translates bytecode into machine-specific code, enabling Java's platform independence.

Together, JDK facilitates Java application development, JRE enables Java application execution, and JVM ensures Java's cross-platform compatibility by interpreting bytecode.

How does Java support multithreading?

Java provides built-in support for multithreading, allowing concurrent execution of multiple threads within a single process:

  • Java's Thread class and Runnable interface facilitate thread creation and management.
  • Synchronization mechanisms such as synchronized keyword and locks (e.g., ReentrantLock) ensure thread-safe access to shared resources.
  • Thread pooling (e.g., Executor framework) optimizes thread creation and management for scalable applications.
  • Java's memory model ensures consistent and synchronized memory access across threads, preventing data races and thread interference.
  • Thread communication and coordination are achieved using inter-thread communication mechanisms like wait(), notify(), and notifyAll() methods.

Java's multithreading capabilities enhance application performance, responsiveness, and resource utilization in concurrent programming environments.

What are Java annotations and how are they used?

Java annotations provide metadata information about Java code and are used for:

  • Code documentation: Annotations like @Override, @Deprecated, and @SuppressWarnings provide additional information and compile-time checks.
  • Compiler instructions: Annotations like @Override and @FunctionalInterface validate overridden methods and functional interfaces.
  • Runtime processing: Custom annotations (e.g., @CustomAnnotation) allow developers to define and process metadata at runtime using reflection.
  • Framework integration: Frameworks like Spring and Hibernate use annotations for dependency injection, transaction management, and ORM (Object-Relational Mapping).
  • Tooling and build automation: Annotations integrate with build tools (e.g., @Test in JUnit for testing) and IDEs to enhance developer productivity.

Java annotations improve code readability, maintainability, and provide declarative programming capabilities to enhance framework integration and runtime processing.

What are the 4 basic keywords for Object-Oriented Programming?

  • Encapsulation
  • Abstraction
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism

How many methods are available for Java programming?
There are only two methods that are used in Java:

  • Pre-Defined Method
  • User-Defined Method

What Will You Learn from Java Training?
When you go for the best Java training courses provided by Yuva Sakthi Academy, you get many advantages such as:

  • You will learn by working in the real time projects on Java
  • Practical lessons from the leaders of this industry
  • Interactive online training
  • More scope of finding placement in some of the best IT companies in the country
  • Attain the knowledge of how to scale interview skills for Java
  • Flexible batch timings

Hence, if you are looking for the ideal Java training institute near me then join us at Yuva Sakthi Academy. We have the keys to your success.

Java Training Batch Size

  • Regular Batch (Morning, Day time & Evening): Available Seats: 8 (maximum)
  • Weekend Training Batch (Saturday, Sunday & Holidays) Available Seats: 8 (maximum)

Do I get job support at the end of this course?
Yes, we have a team of dedicated personnel who will provide you with support even after the end of the course. We will help you to:

  • Build a proper resume
  • Share top interview questions and answers
  • Share some of the insights about the real-time projects
  • Bring a better career change

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Introduction to JAVA

Java is a user-friendly yet reliable and secure language used in the internet world. This programming language is known as one of the best platforms for mobile application developers. Java has two strategic domains known as Core Java and Advance Java.
Java is used in a wide variety of computing platforms from mobile phones and embedded devices to supercomputers and enterprise servers. It is the most popular programming language for Client-Server applications with more than 10 million developers worldwide.
Core Java training helps to build an applet or small application modules to make it possible for a Web page user to interact with the page. The Java course helps to get opportunities to work in a cross-platform computing environment

What is Java?

Java is a programming language that was developed by Sun Microsystems. Java is a simple, portable, platform-independent, object-oriented, multi-threaded, secure, architecture-neutral, robust, high performance, dynamic and distributed. It runs on various OS platforms like Mac, Windows, and UNIX. It can be used to develop software and applets.

What is the full meaning of Java?

JAVA (Just Another Virtual Accelerator) being used as slang for “coffee” Java does not have any full form, but a programming language originally developed by James Gosling at Sun Micro systems in 1995, which has since been taken by Oracle Corporation. It derives much of its syntax from the most popular programming languages of all time: C & C++.

What type of language is Java?

Java is an object-oriented language. Its syntax is common as C & C++. Java programs are compiled to class files (bytecode) that can run on any JVM (Java Virtual Machine), making Java a platform-independent programming language. It does not require re-compilation and works efficiently in computers as well as Android mobile platforms.

Why is Java a platform?

Java is a platform for application development. A platform is a loosely defined computer industry buzzword that typically means some combination of system hardware & software that will mostly run all the same software. For example, DEC Alphas running Windows NT would be one platform, Power Macs running Mac OS 9.2 would be another.

What is Java used for?

In today’s world, Java has a wide variety of different uses. For example, Java is used for web-applications like Google docs and also for things like mobile games. Perhaps most notably, Java is mostly used to build applets or small application modules for use as part of a web page. Java can be used to code almost anything. It is often used as a “backend” programming language for the web, so web applications will often use Java code to create Application Program Interface (API) to allow the front-end to do different tasks.

What is the difference between Java and core Java?

Java is a programming language, but Core Java is a part of Java. Core Java is the basic of Java. If you don’t know anything about Java, then you have to start with core Java. Core Java is used for developing a general Java application whereas Advanced Java is used for developing the web-based application and enterprise application.
Core Java is having the concept of Java fundamentals, JDBC, Swings, Applet, Java Beans technology without this; no one can jump on any advance Java technology. Java is basically categorized in 3 parts: J2EE, J2SE and J2ME. To learn J2ME or J2EE, you should know core Java.

What is the difference between Java and Javascript?

JavaScript (JS) is not related to or similar to Java. JS is an OOP scripting language while Java is an OOP programming language. Java creates applications that run in a virtual machine(VM) or browser while JS code is run on a browser only. Java code needs to be compiled, whereas JavaScript code is all in the text. Both languages have a C like a syntax and are mostly used in client-side Web applications, but there are few similarities only.

Is Java an open-source?

In 2006, Sun released much of Java as FOSS (free and open-source software), under the terms of the GNU GPL (General Public License). In 2007, Sun finished the process, making all of Java’s core code available under a free software or open-source distribution terms, apart from a small portion of code to which Sun did not hold the copyright.
Open Java Development Kit (OpenJDK) is an open-source and free implementation of the Java programming language.

Is Java a coffee?

Java logo is a coffee-cup because “Java” is a slang term for “coffee”. Many Java software products contain coffee-related puns (e.g. numerous variants of “espresso”). Gosling wanted a simple but an attractive name for his product. It was named oak at first; later it was changed to Java.

What is j2ee in Java?

J2EE in Java stands for Java 2 Enterprise Edition. J2EE is a Java-centric, platform-independent environment from Sun for developing, building & deploying Web-based enterprise applications online. The J2EE platform consists of a set of APIs, services, and protocols that provide the functionality for developing multitiered, Web-based applications.

What are the Applications/domains using Java Technology?

Java is an amazing technology with applications in several fields from Android applications, server apps at financial services industry, software tools to trading applications. Here is a list of applications of Java:

Which language is better for career Java or PHP?

Many will say it is all about the preference of the programmer, which is true, to a point. Looking at the benefits provided by both PHP and Java, it is clear that they both are very powerful. Every programming is better for other things. JAVA and PHP these are popular development language and while trying to decide which one to choose from these two options for careers.
Both Java and PHP are pervasive and integral to the modern web. These are two platforms, support some of the most profitable and largest sites of the world. Choosing Java or PHP is not the easiest decision. Both have their pros and cons. However, for few projects, one is certainly better than the other. Most Larger projects are better with Java vs PHP. However, small and medium projects are better with PHP vs Java.

Predictions of Java Job Opportunities in upcoming Years & Salary Packages?

Java is one of the top 5 programming languages to learn in 2019 due to the wide application and the flexibility it provides in application development. With the advent of Android, this technology has witnessed new heights. As long as there is Android and people use this OS on their mobile devices, Java will prevail. Java technology is used from Android application development, trading applications to web browsers.
After C++, Java is the most important thing, taking place in the IT industry. With the innovations and the implication of Java in agile and lean thinking, the future for this technology looks bright. Some of the popular real-life use of java are JPC, ThinkFree office suit, NASA World Wind, Blu-ray BD-J, Sun SPOT, etc.
As a Java programmer, you have a wide range of positions to look forward to and a very lucrative career.
Here is a list of the salary package offered by Intel India to Java professionals:

Designations Median Pay
Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) INR 11,10,324
Java Software Programmer, Developer INR 3,37,217
Project Manager, Software Development INR 11,80,930
Software Engineer INR 3,43,095
Senior Software Developer/Engineer/ Programmer INR 5,87,057
Test/Quality Assurance (QA), Engineer (Computer Software) INR 3,00,741
Software Developer INR 3,37,383

Salaries paid by top companies to Java programmers:

Companies Pay Scale Range
Wipro Technologies Ltd. INR 2,56,521- INR 10,17,224
Infosys Limited INR 2,88,422 – INR 9,55,745
Cognizant Technology Solutions INR 8,70,000- INR 9,42,000
Logica CMG INR 3,39,000 – INR 3,62,000
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. INR 2,44,949 – INR 7,95,257
HCL Technologies Ltd. INR 2,42,568- INR 8,68,856
IBM Global Services INR 2,80,244 – INR 10,99,532

Core Java & Advanced Java Training

We, at Yuva Sakthi Academy, provide you with the complete JAVA training courses . Once you take admission in our institute, you will go out from here as a Java expert. Our complete Java training curriculum includes:

Core Java 7

The Core Java Training Course of Yuva Sakthi Academy includes the introduction of Java, constructors, OOPS concepts, multi-threading, semantics, applets, exception handling, GUI programming, etc.

Advanced Java

Advanced Java course will help you to learn the ability to use the latest technologies and combining them with advanced Java. You will learn using technologies such as Hadoop and its other systems.

J2EE

Those who have good knowledge about the basics of Java look for deeper knowledge on the programming language and that is what Java J2EE Training Course will provide you. J2EE is the platform for developing and deploying applications.

Servlet

In this course, you will get introduced to the Java Servlet platforms which are basically used to handle requests which are acquired from web servers.

JSP

In this course, you will be learning about Java Servlet Pages and its applications. It will work as a foundation for you in building your career as a Java programmer.

JSF

Java Serves Faces is one of the latest Java frameworks which are used to build different web applications. In this course, you will be learning about them and obtain the ability to create the Web user interface on Java.

Struts framework

It is an open-source framework that helps you to develop a web Struts framework is one of the most popular training courses on Java which you should attend.

EJB

It is a server-side programming method that infuses the business strategies inside a web application. In this age, knowing EJB could be highly beneficial for the students.

Hibernate Framework

In this course, you will be learning about an open-source lightweight framework that enables applications to interact with the web applications.

Spring

In this course, you will learn about the Spring framework which can be used by any Java web applications.
Live Project with the actual environment as per the SDLC Principles
In this course, you will be working on live projects and get hands-on experience of how actually working with Java programming language feels like.

Why Should you go for the Java Training ?

With the advancement of mobile application development, Java has become an essential programming language to be added to any software professional’s skill set. It is one of the best choices of developers in the world of programming. Currently, Java finds its application in mobile and web development. Additionally, Hadoop is the most widely used framework of Big Data architecture, and it uses Java for design & development. Hence, Java makes way for professionals in the field of Big Data.

Who should go for the Java Training ?

Java training can be taken up by the following professionals:

How will Java Training help your Career?

This will make you more valuable to your present and/or future employer.

What Skills will you learn in Java Training ?

During the Java course, you will be trained by our expert trainers:

Why Java Training is So Important

Yuva Sakthi Academy offers a wide range of JAVA Training to meet the growing corporate needs. Right from the beginning of the career Java developers will have a decent package and they get very good pay once they get succeeded in their first project.
If you have proper technical knowledge with valid from any of the well-reputed institutions, you can fetch a great job in this Java field, just for this reason many people prefer taking Java Training.

Why to Choose Java Training As a Career Option?

Do a simple Google search by typing the best programming languages for career development. The result you’ll encounter is a head-spinning list of programming languages on different websites. But, there will remain one constant in each of those lists, Java. Read more at Why Choose Java As a Career Option? 

Why Yuva Sakthi Academy is Rated as No.1 Java Training ?

The JAVA Training Institute being offered by Yuva Sakthi Academy will ensure 100% placement and wide industry exposure.

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