C Language Course

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C is a general-purpose, procedural, imperative computer programming language developed in 1972 by Dennis M. Ritchie at the Bell Telephone Laboratories to develop the UNIX operating system. C is the most widely used computer language. It keeps fluctuating at number one scale of popularity along with Java programming language, which is also equally popular and most widely used among modern software programmers.

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What Will I Learn?


  • Flexible Batch timing
  • Subject Notes
  • Supplemental Resources
  • Portfolio Preparation
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Get Real time Projects to Practice
  • Attend 2 to 3 Classes with free of cost
  • Free Technical Support after completing course
  • If you absent any classes, back up Classes available
  • Free Technical Support on Freelancing Projects to Earn more Money
  • Free Interntet and Laboratory Facility

Placement Program

Job Assurity: Placement Support. Assist you to get JOB in top MNC’s, Mid & Small scale Companies

Resume Preparation Support

Conducted 2 to 3 Mock Tests

Mock Interviews to increase your confident level

You have opportunities to work on Real time Case Studies

Curriculum For This Course

Module 1


Module 2

Module 3


Module 4


Who is the target audience?


At the end of every successful Subject each student should be able to create a very well defined portfolio for him or herself, this portfolios help in defining the abilities of each student. Examples of such portfolios you will be able to create contains:


here are lots of career opportunities in C but you have to be very skill full in C language and all concepts and logics are clear to you. For higher salary you have to knowledge of other programimg language also.


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C is a Low level language, also Turing-complete language.It means any action that computer can do physically can be one using C . I know it may sound cryptic, but let me explain. Whenever we type any code in a language, it is converted to Machine level code, which is understood by the machine. So when I say that C is low level , it means that it is close to MACHINE CODE and able to perform a lot of actions directly. Example, manipulating memory contents using pointers and Exploiting overflow vulnerabilities. Other languages like python(which is interpreted, rather than compiled) and Java show errors while doing this. Presently, most of the embedded systems are designed in C language. Exploits for various vulnerabilities like Buffer and Stack overflows are done using C. So what can YOU ? Infinite possibilities!!!! just start writing codes and you�ll realise! Check for open ports on a network, It forms base for almost all Operating systems, Windows, Linux/Unix etc, Compilers for many languages, C++, C#, Java, Fortran, Pascal etc. :) Compiling Database Servers MySQL ,Maria DB etc List goes on� It is rather a very dangerous language and may take years to master!! There are lot of exploits on C which have led to many situations in the past. But Yes, it was my first computer language and I Love it.
trong disagreement with all of the C proponents here. C++11 first. Learning C first teaches you a number of bad habits and archaic practices, and, like coming from a pure Java background, stands a good chance, if you are not sufficiently flexible, of turning you into a terrible C++ programmer. I'm a bit of a hypocrite here - I learned FORTRAN and C long before I learned C++, and the C++ I learned first was a much less mature language than the current one, especially in terms of patterns - but I would like to point out a common fallacy that appears in nearly every single response that advocates C. Every one of them says something like "knowing C is a prerequisite for understanding C++" or "C++ is an extension of C". This is a clear indicator that they do not understand C++ as well as they believe they do. Here's the thing... to really understand C++, you have to understand the machine code it generates. You can best understand the machine code in terms of assembly, and C is closely mapped to assembly... but efficient machine code generated from well written C++ no longer in any way resembles well written C, and that's the point that the C advocates completely miss. Modern C++ requires you to think in several paradigms at once. Once upon a time, long before the first standard, C++ encapsulated two paradigms - procedural programming (like C) and an object = data + methods + method overrides version of object oriented programming (like Java without annotations or reflection). Learning C taught a couple of bad habits, but it wasn't a huge jump from C to C++, and learning to write terse functions in C actually made you a better C++ programmer. Now, though, C++ has evolved to incorporate generic programming (in a manner far beyond anything Java could ever dream of), generative and algorithm driven programming (think of this as a static form of functional programming), and functional programming (though there are limits to lambdas in C++, mostly on account of the early evaluation of execution paths) - and, more to the point, it has evolved into a language that, in its best-use form, incorporates these paradigms seamlessly to express models of whatever problem is being solved. This is not something that comes easily to someone who has taken a deep dive into a single-paradigm language like C or Java. It comes more easily to someone who has started with a language like Python, as you have, though concurrency tends to be a difficult hurdle for people coming from Python. Every so often I find myself trying to integrate an obvious C programmer who learned some superficial C++ concepts into a deep C++ codebase, and the effort is always painful. Do yourself a favor... if you do feel compelled to learn C first, don't go straight to C++. Fluency in Python does mitigate some of the pitfalls, but the temptation to view C++ as an extension of C is still a danger if you attempt that transition.