2 Months Industrial Training in .Net

Drona Training Academy, a leading Software Training Institute in Delhi, India offers two Months Training program in Dot Net to IT Engineering students (B.Tech/MCA). Drona Training Academy Dot Net Training courses focuses on practical as well as the theoretical aspects of learning. Our Dot Net Training Courses is to provide advance knowledge in .NET.

The 2 Months Industrial Training in .NET is ideal for the students who are pursuing their degree or have already completed their degree and about to enter in the Software Industry. Our .NET developers and trainers provide technical knowledge about real time development life cycle to the trainees.

After completing 2 Months Industrial Training, the trained individuals are offered with the training certificate by Drona Training Academy. Thus with the help of right Industrial Training from the right place you can acquire the appropriate skills along with great confidence in your field. The trained and expert .NET professionals interact with the trainees on one-to-one basis. Moreover our main focus is to provide the training through live projects.

2 Months Industrial Training Course Details

Technology: .NET, SQL Server 2008/2012/2014/2016

Class Schedule: 1 Hour Theory on week days (Mon-Fri) and 2 Hrs Practical.

Added Advantages

Live Project.

2 Months Industrial Training Certificate By Drona Training Academy.

2 Months Industrial Training Course Modules

Industrial Training in Dot Net is a modular 2 Months Course, regularized over 5 days in a week, 3 hrs a day, and exclusively includes practical sessions. The course curriculum of Industrial Training in .NET comprises:

Microsoft 3.5, 4.0 Framework HTML DHTML Ajax
C# Handling DIV Web Services
OOPS Working with CSS Ado.NET
Web-based Application Exception Handling Sql Server
Introduction to ASP.NET Windows Applications* Silver Light
Server Controls LINQ Crystal Report
Data Bound Controls Membership & Security MVC
Templates Caching Java Script/Jquery
State Management Microsoft 3.5, 4.0 Framework Introduction to XM