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Course Outcome

Become a JAVA Developer
Learn how to design, implement, test and deploy simple JAVA applications

Get Trained

Acquire knowledge and skills required to design and build databases using MySQL and learn how to build simple web applications in Java & MySQL.

Get Experiential

As a part of module project, learners shall design & build a database using MySQL & build a Java application using the database as well as develop a J2EE application using NetBeads IDE and STRUTS framework, with the guidance of Industry Experts

Get Certified

After successfully completing the module, learners will get Lithan’s – “Certificate in Express JAVA Developer Course”

How You Learn

How You Learn?

Personalised Learning Schedule
When you enrol, you will commit to the following learning hours.

Guided Learning Hours

On-Campus Hours
15.5 Hours / module
Off-Campus Hours
45 Hours / module

Study Options

Full Time

10 weeks

Part-time

16 Weeks

Tutoring  support available on-campus and online as per published schedule

Course Structure

Course Structure

Express Web Developer (JAVA)

Lithan’s Express JAVA Developer course enables the learners to acquire Front End web development skills and JAVA programming skills. Learner will first acquire conceptual knowledge in Front End Web Development using HTML, CSS, Java Script. Learner will understand the basic constructs of Java, data types, variables, Operators and Control Statements along with OOPS concepts in Java.

 

Learner will also learn how to design, implement and test Distributed Software Applications. Learner will understand the basics of API and how to design and implement APIs. Learners will learn how to create and test Web Service using JAVA.

 

The learner shall perform e-learning and lab exercises for each of the Instructional Units with online support from the Tutors. Subsequently, the learner shall perform a modular project with the guidance of an Industry expert who play the role of Project Tutor.

 

This course consists of 4 Course Modules:

  • Front-end Web Development
  • Programming with JAVA – 1
  • Programming with JAVA – 2
  • Application Integration using JAVA

Course Modules :

Outline Schedule

FWDB(MY) - Front End Web Development Basics

Module Name

Front End Web Development Basics

Session Outline Activities

Session 1: Orientation - Live (3 hrs)

The student has to attend a Live Orientation Session conducted at LA campus or go through a recording of the Orientation Session.

After session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU1 & IU2 (off campus - 3 hrs)

  • IU1: Website Design Concepts
  • IU2: HTML Basics

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 2: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU1 & IU2  in Server Lab environment

Session 3: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU3 & IU4  in Server Lab environment:

  • IU3: Advanced HTML & Web Browsers
  • IU4: Structuring & Styling with CSS
  •  

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU3&IU4 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 4: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU5, IU6 & IU7  in Server Lab environment:

  • IU5: Working with CSS: An Example 
  • IU6: Javascript Basics
  • IU7: Advanced JavaScript 

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU5, IU6 & IU7 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 5: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU8, IU9 & IU10 in Server Lab environment:

  • IU8: Basic Interactivity  with jQuery 
  • IU9: Advanced Interactivity with jQuery 
  • IU10: HTML5 & CSS3

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU8, IU9 & IU10  (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 6: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU11, IU12 & IU13 in Server Lab environment:

  • IU11: Rich Internet Application Concepts
  • IU12: Developing Rich Internet Applications
  • IU13: Rich Internet Application Case Study 

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU11, IU12 & IU13 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 7: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU14, IU15 & IU16 in Server Lab environment:

  • IU14: Web Standards
  • IU15: Application Development Standards
  • IU16: Testing Interactive Websites

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU14, IU15 & IU16 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 8: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

Tutor  will conduct a project orientation and explain the project brief, guidelines and expectations. 

Session 9: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

  • Student should present the project up to milestone 1 -Requirement Analysisand seek tutor’s feedback.
  • Student can seek support & guidance for the milestone 2  of the project
  • Tutor will provide necessary feedback & guidance

Before session:

  • Student will be given a project brief  which comprises few task in server environment
  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 1 (on / off campus - 3 hrs)
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 10: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

  • Student should present the project up to milestone 2 – System Designand seek tutor’s feedback.
  • Student can seek support & guidance for the milestone 3  of the project
  • Tutor will provide necessary feedback & guidance 

Before session:

  • Student will be given a project brief  which comprises few task in server environment
  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 2 (on / off campus - 3 hrs)
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 11: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

  • Student should present the project up to milestone 3 – Development Stage and seek tutor’s feedback.
  • Student can seek support & guidance for the milestone 4  of the project
  • Tutor will provide necessary feedback & guidance

Before session:

  • Student will be given a project brief  which comprises few task in server environment
  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 3 (on / off campus - 3 hrs)
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 12: Project Implementation – on / Off Campus (3 hrs)

Module Project – Implementation –4 – Testing & Final Evaluation

  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 2
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 13: Summative Assessment (30 mins)

Assessor will review and provide feedback

During session: The Student should summarise the project output and answer questions posed by the Assessor

Module Name

Front End Web Development Basics

By the end of this course, the learner should be able to gain the following knowledge:

  • Identify the purpose of mark-up languages and it’s applications in structuring a page
  • Understand the purpose of styling and developing the CSS before attaching it to a page
  • Understand website design concepts and the methodology behind designing, implementing and testing interactive websites
  • Learn advanced design & development techniques using HTML5,CSS3, JavaScript/jQuery, Basic/JSON, and rich internet application (RIA) development using JAVAFX, Adobe Flex & Google Web Toolkit. 

By the end of this module, the learner should be able to apply the following skills:

  • Define and develop CSS using predetermined styles and appropriate development tools
  • Attach CSS to the mark-up language in a website and validate that the site functions correctly using different browsers
  • Build a rich internet application (RIA) using an organization’s web services and selected RIA framework, based on the technical detailed design and website design
  • Test the RIA to ensure that the it complies with the technical / functional requirements and ensure supporting documentation is well-maintained according to organizational requirements

PROGJ-1(MY) - Programming in Java - Part 1

Module Name

Programming in Java - Part 1

Session Outline Activities

Session 1: Orientation - Live (3 hrs)

The student has to attend a Live Orientation Session conducted at LA campus or go through a recording of the Orientation Session.

After session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU1 - IU3 (off campus - 3 hrs)

  • IU1: Introduction to Java
  • IU2: Introduction to Java Variables & Data Types
  • IU3: Operators & Control Statements

TheStudent should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 2: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU1 - IU3 in Server Lab environment 

Session 3: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU4 - IU6  in Server Lab environment:

  • IU4: Data Types in Java
  • IU5: OOPS Concepts in Java - Part 1  
  • IU6: OOPS Concepts in Java - Part 1

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU4 - IU6 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 4: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU7 - IU9 in Server Lab environment:

  • IU7: OOPS Concepts in Java - Part 3
  • IU8: Introduction to Databases
  • IU9: Introduction to MySQL and JDBC

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU7 - IU9 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 5: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU10 -  IU12, in Server Lab environment:

  • IU10: Databases Requirement Analysis
  • IU11: Database Analysis & Design
  • IU12: Reading Data using JDBC

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU10 -  IU12 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 6: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU13 -  IU15 in Server Lab environment:

  • IU13: Managing Data using JDBC
  • IU14: Java RMI
  • IU15: Java GUI Programming

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU13 -  IU15 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 7: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU16 - IU19 in Server Lab environment:

  • IU16: Building Java Solution
  • IU17: Testing & Documentation Java Solutions
  • IU18: Database Security, Backup & Restore
  • IU19: Database Scalability

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU16 - IU19 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 8: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

Tutor  will conduct a project orientation and explain the project brief, guidelines and expectations. 

Session 9: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

  • Student should present the project up to milestone 1 -Requirement Analysis and seek tutor’s feedback.
  • Student can seek support & guidance for the milestone 2  of the project
  • Tutor will provide necessary feedback & guidance

Before session:

  • Student will be given a project brief  which comprises few task in server environment
  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 1 (on / off campus - 3 hrs)
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 10: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

  • Student should present the project up to milestone 2 – System Designand seek tutor’s feedback.
  • Student can seek support & guidance for the milestone 3  of the project
  • Tutor will provide necessary feedback & guidance

Before session:

  • Student will be given a project brief  which comprises few task in server environment
  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 2 (on / off campus - 3 hrs)
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 11: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

  • Student should present the project up to milestone 3 – Development Stage and seek tutor’s feedback.
  • Student can seek support & guidance for the milestone 4  of the project
  • Tutor will provide necessary feedback & guidance

Before session:

  • Student will be given a project brief  which comprises few task in server environment
  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 3 (on / off campus - 3 hrs)
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 12: Project Implementation – on / Off Campus (3 hrs)

Module Project – Implementation –4 – Testing & Final Evaluation

  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 2
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 13: Summative Assessment (30 mins)

Assessor will review and provide feedback

During session: The Student should summarise the project output and answer questions posed by the Assessor

Module Name

Programming in Java - Part 1

By the end of this course, the learner should be able to gain the following knowledge:

  • Understand the principles of programming in Java, the object-oriented nature of the language and the multi-platform versatility offered.
  • Get an in-depth understanding of the syntax and control structures used in Java and important OOP concepts relating to inheritance, encapsulation, polymorphism and multi-threading.
  • Understand the principles of object oriented programming (OOP) as an underpinning technological concept in the field of programming, data management and systems development.
  • Understand the process of how to communicate the detailed design to the development team after obtaining sign-off from relevant stakeholders. 

By the end of this module, the learner should be able to apply the following skills:

  • Define the constraints and develop a detailed design specification for an application's components according to the software requirement / acceptance criteria.
  • Be able to design, implement and test Java programming solutions and maintain user & technical documentation.
  • Make effective use of an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) including code/screen templates (Eclipse).
  • Evaluate independent feedback on a developed Java program solution and make recommendations for improvements.
  • Describe the organization’s configuration management policies, selection of methods/tools used for detailed design and it’s quality assurance practices.

PROGJ-2(MY) - Programming in Java - Part 2

Module Name

Programming in Java - Part 2

Session Outline Activities

Session 1: Orientation - Live (3 hrs)

The student has to attend a Live Orientation Session conducted at LA campus or go through a recording of the Orientation Session.

After session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU1 - IU3 (off campus - 3 hrs)

  • IU1: Collections In Java Part - 1         
  • IU2: Collections In Java Part - 2
  • IU3: Data Structure

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 2: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU1 - IU3 in Server Lab environment 

Session 3: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU4 - IU6  in Server Lab environment:

  • IU4: Exception Handling
  • IU5: Multithreading
  • IU6: Searching and Sorting Algorithms

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU4 - IU6 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 4: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU7 - IU9 in Server Lab environment:

  • IU7: Servlet
  • IU8: Advance Servlet 
  • IU9: Enterprise Java Beans

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU7 - IU9 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 5: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU10 - IU12 , in Server Lab environment:

  • IU10: Struts
  • IU11: Java Server Faces
  • IU12: Hibernate

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU10 - IU12 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 6: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU13 - IU15 in Server Lab environment:

  • IU13: Database Design for Java Applications
  • IU14: Database Security for Java Applications
  • IU15: Database Scalability for Java Applications 

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU13 - IU15 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 7: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU16 -  IU18 in Server Lab environment:

  • IU16: UAT Planning & Process
  • IU17: UAT Environment, Tools & Artifacts
  • IU18: Test Results & Test Reports

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU16 - IU18  (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 8: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

Tutor  will conduct a project orientation and explain the project brief, guidelines and expectations. 

Session 9: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

  • Student should present the project up to milestone 1 -Requirement Analysis and seek tutor’s feedback.
  • Student can seek support & guidance for the milestone 2  of the project
  • Tutor will provide necessary feedback & guidance

Before session:

  • Student will be given a project brief  which comprises few task in server environment
  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 1 (on / off campus - 3 hrs)
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 10: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

  • Student should present the project up to milestone 2 – System Design and seek tutor’s feedback.
  • Student can seek support & guidance for the milestone 3  of the project
  • Tutor will provide necessary feedback & guidance

Before session:

  • Student will be given a project brief  which comprises few task in server environment
  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 2 (on / off campus - 3 hrs)
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 11: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

  • Student should present the project up to milestone 3 – Development Stage and seek tutor’s feedback.
  • Student can seek support & guidance for the milestone 4  of the project
  • Tutor will provide necessary feedback & guidance

Before session:

  • Student will be given a project brief  which comprises few task in server environment
  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 3 (on / off campus - 3 hrs)
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 12: Project Implementation – on / Off Campus (3 hrs)

Module Project – Implementation –4 – Testing & Final Evaluation

  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 2
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 13: Summative Assessment (30 mins)

Assessor will review and provide feedback

During session: The Student should summarise the project output and answer questions posed by the Assessor

Module Name

Programming in Java - Part 2

By the end of this course, the learner should be able to gain the following knowledge:

  • Understand database query languages such as SQL.
  • Understand data structures and algorithms and how to structure and process strings data.
  • Understand the components, data and file structures required to implement a given design and evaluate potential delivery environments and interaction
  • Understand the importance of security controls & transaction behaviors for implementation of information security

By the end of this module, the learner should be able to apply the following skills:

  • Implement data structures in an executable programming language in the context of well-defined problems.
  • Design queries and retrieval functions to manipulate information to and from the database.
  • Explain common string operations and their practical applications and demonstrate the outcome of string operations in specified algorithms.
  • Prepare for the test environment and artifacts for acceptance testing.
  • Perform the acceptance testing according to the organisation’s test and acceptance processes.
  • Compare the test results against expected results and functional requirements and Obtain sign-off from users.

AI-Java(MY) - Application Integration using Java

Module Name

Application Integration using Java

Session Outline Activities

Session 1: Orientation - Live (3 hrs)

The student has to attend a Live Orientation Session conducted at LA campus or go through a recording of the Orientation Session.

After session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU1 & IU 2 (off campus - 3 hrs)

  • IU1: Introduction to Distributed Software Applications
  • IU2: Designing Distributed Software Applications

TheStudent should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 2: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU1 & IU 2 in Server Lab environment 

Session 3: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU3 & IU4  in Server Lab environment:

  • IU3: Implementing Distributed Software Applications
  • IU4: Testing Distributed Software Applications

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU3 & IU4 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 4: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU5 & IU6 in Server Lab environment:

  • IU5: Case Study: Distributed Software Applications
  • IU6: Configuration Management for Distributed Software Applications

 

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU5 & IU6 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 5: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU7 & IU8  in Server Lab environment:

  •  IU7: Application Programming Interface
  • IU8: API Design

 

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU7 & IU8 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 6: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU9 & IU10 in Server Lab environment:

  • IU9: API Implementation
  • IU10: Web Services with Java

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU9 & IU10(off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 7: Lab Exercises – on / off campus (3 hrs)

The Student will PERFORM activities related to IU11 & IU12 in Server Lab environment:

  • IU11: Web Services with .Net
  •  IU12: Web Services Testing

Before session:The Student will engage in e-learning to LEARN IU11 & IU12 (off campus - 3 hrs)

The Student should complete self-assessments

Student can approach Online Support for any queries or guidance

Session 8: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

Tutor  will conduct a project orientation and explain the project brief, guidelines and expectations. 

Session 9: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

  • Student should present the project up to milestone 1 -Requirement Analysis and seek tutor’s feedback.
  • Student can seek support & guidance for the milestone 2  of the project
  • Tutor will provide necessary feedback & guidance

Before session:

  • Student will be given a project brief  which comprises few task in server environment
  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 1 (on / off campus - 3 hrs)
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 10: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

  • Student should present the project up to milestone 2 – System Designand seek tutor’s feedback.
  • Student can seek support & guidance for the milestone 3  of the project
  • Tutor will provide necessary feedback & guidance

Before session:

  • Student will be given a project brief  which comprises few task in server environment
  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 2 (on / off campus - 3 hrs)
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 11: Tutoring - Live (3 hrs)

  • Student should present the project up to milestone 3 – Development Stage and seek tutor’s feedback.
  • Student can seek support & guidance for the milestone 4  of the project
  • Tutor will provide necessary feedback & guidance

Before session:

  • Student will be given a project brief  which comprises few task in server environment
  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 3 (on / off campus - 3 hrs)
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 12: Project Implementation – on / Off Campus (3 hrs)

Module Project – Implementation –4 – Testing & Final Evaluation

  • Student should complete the task up to the milestone 2
  • Student can seek online support if needed

Session 13: Summative Assessment (30 mins)

Assessor will review and provide feedback

During session: The Student should summarise the project output and answer questions posed by the Assessor

Module Name

Application Integration using Java

By the end of this course, the learner should be able to gain the following knowledge:

  • Understand the principles, characteristics & features of enterprise integration in a distributed computing environ.
  • Understand how to review technical documents in order to comprehend the underlying host system architecture
  • Understand how to evaluate technical considerations of the overall requirement in order to develop an integration blueprint with best-fit specifications, and to assemble components according to these specifications

By the end of this module, the learner should be able to apply the following skills:

  • Design and implement distributed software applications through the effective use of an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) including code & screen templates
  • Develop a detailed system design document and communicate the same to the development team
  • Write report describing organization's configuration management policies and report describing the selection of methods and tools used for detailed design.
  • Implement distributed software application based on selected design
  • Critically review and test the application and analyze the actual test result against  expected results to identify discrepancies
  • Create user & technical documentation for the support and maintenance of the application.

Who Should Attend

Ideal Candidates

Entry requirements

Learner's Profile: Entrants , Early and Mid career professionals , Aspiring tech Entrepreneurs & It professionals

Educational Qualification: A Level/Diploma/ITE

Work Experience: 2 years experience in relevant areas of management or consulting (For Tech entrpreneurs) / 3 years of work experience (For IT professionals)

Language Proficiency: IELTS 5.0 or its equivalent

Who Should Attend

  • IT Professionals, Non IT Professionals (R & F) and Pre diploma graduates, who want to develop front end & JAVA Programming Skills

  • IT Professionals, Non IT Professionals (R & F) and Pre diploma graduates, who want to develop front end & JAVA Programming Skills

Advance Your Career

Advance Your Career

Programme Options

Train only Program

Acquire expertise in front end web development and Java Programming, by enrolling to 4 modular courses. After the completion of this course, explore JAVA developer jobs and simultaneously enroll to Lithan’s Diploma in Web Development Programme and get exemption for some of the units.

Grad Requirements

Graduation Requirements

To graduate from these 4 modules, learner should meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum attendance of 75% for all Sessions in each of the modular courses
  • Should be assessed Competent (C) in all the 4 modules

Certificates

Certificates

Following certifications will be awarded to the participant upon meeting the graduation requirements

  1. Certificate in Express JAVA Developer Course

Course Fees & Funding

Course Fees & Funding
(All fees stated below, are in MMK)

Non-funded

Type Amount
Total Nett Course Fee 960000.0

Non-funded

Non-funded
Total Nett Course Fee 960000.0

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