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Python Training

Python Training in Delhi is the most demanded training in the industry. With around 30% jobs in the field of information technology demand good knowledge in Python programming. At Indian Cyber Security Solutions, we provide the Certified Python Programming course which is designed in such a way that it covers all topics from the basic to the advance level. Our Python  Training in Delhi is a hands-on programming training where we focus on individual and encourage them to develop their own tools using python programming.

Our Python Training in Delhi is designed to develop the skill set of students where we conduct compulsory exams after each module. During these exams, individual students need to work on the project they wish to develop and implement their programming skills they have learned during the training. Our trainers are working professionals in the field of cyber security and are ethical hackers. They use various tools which is coded by them in python language. From the first day of the class you will be asked to select one project and gradually work on it as the class progresses. At the end of the course you would be ready with a hacking tool developed by you.

Python Programming Course


Chapter I – Python Introduction

Lecture:1 What is Python
Lecture:2 Python History
Lecture:3 Python 2.x vs 3.x
Lecture:4 Features of python
Lecture:5 About Python Versions
Lecture:6 Applications of python

Chapter II – Installation of Python

Lecture:7 How to install Python
Lecture:8 Python Script mode
Lecture:9 Python GUI mode
Lecture:10 Python Interactive Mode
Lecture:11 Python In linux
Lecture:12 Linux Script mode
Lecture:13 Linux GUI mode
Lecture:14 How to Install IDLE in Linux
Lecture:15 How to set Path

Chapter III – Basics of Python

Lecture:16 Python “Hello World”
Lecture:17 How to Execute Python
Lecture:18 Variables in python
Lecture:19 Keywords in python
Lecture:20 Identifiers in python
Lecture:21 Literals in python
Lecture:22 Operators in python
Lecture:23 Comments in python

Chapter IV – Python Strings

Lecture:24 Accessing Strings
Lecture:25 Strings Operators
Lecture:26 Basic Operators.
Lecture:27 Membership Operators.
Lecture:28 Relational Operators.
Lecture:29 Slice Notation
Lecture:30 String Functions and Methods

Chapter V – Python Lists

Lecture:31 How to define list
Lecture:32 Accessing list
Lecture:33 Elements in a Lists
Lecture:34 List Operations
Lecture:35 Adding Lists
Lecture:36 Replicating lists
Lecture:37 List slicing
Lecture:38 Updating elements in a List
Lecture:39 Appending elements to a List
Lecture:40 Deleting Elements from a List
Lecture:41 Functions and Methods of Lists

Chapter VI – Python Tuples

Lecture:42 How to define tuple
Lecture:43 Accessing tuple
Lecture:44 Elements in a tuple
Lecture:45 tuple Operations
Lecture:46 tuple slicing
Lecture:47 Deleting tuple
Lecture:48 Functions and Methods of tuple

Chapter VII – Python Dictionary

Lecture:49 How to define dictionary
Lecture:50 Accessing Dictionary
Lecture:51 Updation
Lecture:52 Deletion
Lecture:53 Functions and Methods

Chapter VIII – Python Control Statement

Lecture:54 “If” in python
Lecture:55 “If else” in python
Lecture:56 “else if” in python
Lecture:57 “nested if” in python
Lecture:58 “for loop” in python
Lecture:59 “while loop” in python
Lecture:60 “break” in python
Lecture:61 “continue” in python
Lecture:62 “pass” in python

Chapter IX – Python Functions

Lecture:63 Defining a Function
Lecture:64 Invoking a Function
Lecture:65 return Statement
Lecture:66 Argument and Parameter
Lecture:67 Passing Parameters
Lecture:68 Default Arguments
Lecture:69 Keyword Arguments
Lecture:70 Anonymous Function
Lecture:71 Difference between Normal Functions and Anonymous Function
Lecture:72 Scope of Variable

Chapter X – Python Files I/O

Lecture:73 “print” statement
Lecture:74 Input from Keyboard

Chapter XI – File Handling

Lecture:75 Operations on Files
Lecture:76 Opening file
Lecture:77 closing file
Lecture:78 reading file
Lecture:79 writing file
Lecture:80 Modes of files
Lecture:81 Methods in files
Chapter XII – Python OOPs Concept

Lecture:82 Python OOPs Concepts
Lecture:83 Python Object Class
Lecture:84 Python Constructors
Lecture:85 Python Inheritance
Lecture:86 Multilevel Inheritance
Lecture:87 Multiple Inheritance

Chapter XIII – Python Modules

Lecture:88 Importing a Module
Lecture:89 Example of importing multiple modules
Lecture:90 How to use “from” import statement
Lecture:91 import whole module
Lecture:92 Built in Modules in Python
Lecture:93 Package

Chapter XIV – Python Exceptions

Lecture:94 What is Exception handling
Lecture:95 Declaring Multiple Exception
Lecture:96 Finally Block
Lecture:97 Raise an Exception
Lecture:98 Custom Exception

Chapter XV – Python Date

Lecture:99 Retrieve Time
Lecture:100 Formatted Time
Lecture:101 time module
Lecture:102 Calendar
Lecture:103 Calendar module

Chapter XVI – Python GUI Programming

Lecture:104 what is GUI?
Lecture:105 Introduction to TKINTER
Lecture:106 Saying Hello with Labels
Lecture:107 Message Widget
Lecture:108 Buttons
Lecture:109 Variable Classes
Lecture:110 Radiobuttons
Lecture:111 Checkboxes
Lecture:112 Entry Widgets
Lecture:113 Canvas Widgets
Lecture:114 Sliders
Lecture:115 Text Widget
Lecture:116 Dialogs
Lecture:117 Layout Management

Chapter XVII– Python Network programming

Lecture:118 Basics of networking
Lecture:119 What is socket?
Lecture:120 How to make socket?
Lecture:121 socket methods
Lecture:122 creating server
Lecture:123 creating client
Lecture:124 creating echo server
Lecture:125 Python Internet modules

Chapter XVIII – Utility Scripting and System Administration

Lecture:126 Network Communication
Lecture:127 Port scanner in python
Lecture:128 Keyloger with python
Lecture:129 Creating Webserver


3 Months course (2 classes per week with 3 hours of each day class)