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Times Professional Learning Launches Full Stack Web Development Bootcamp

The programme will train students in industry-relevant, state-of-the-art tools and technologies, comprises six modules involving over 900 hours of learning and 200 hours of coding, along with 400 hours of project work and 30 hours of self-study.

Times Professional Learning, one of India's leading professional education providers for young professionals and executives, has announced the launch of Full Stack Web Development Bootcamp, a six-month, full time, an intensive online training programme designed to provide a launchpad for fresh engineering graduates and final year students to jumpstart their careers as holistic web development experts.

To enable the maximum number of students to harness this programme, bearing in mind the difficult economic conditions prevailing at present, Full Stack Web Development Bootcamp is being offered in conjunction with LEAP, TimesPro's unique job linked fee payment option, wherein students will only pay a bulk of the tuition fees if they secure a job within six months of programme completion, allowing them to receive maximum ROI from their education investment.

Full Stack Web Development Bootcamp by Timespro not only facilitates the mastery of HTML and CSS, but it also skills them in programming browsers and servers, and in building databases.

Candidates who have completed the programme successfully will emerge with knowledge of developing front-end website architecture, UI/UX interactions on web pages and back end website applications; creating security and data protection settings; creating and managing servers and databases for functionality; designing and developing effective APIs; and ensuring responsiveness and cross-platform optimisation of applications.

Admissions are open for the six-month full-time programme. Tuition fees will only be charged if the candidate has been placed for a minimum of INR 5 Lakh LPA within six months of programme completion

 



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