My Career Path 1 (KodNest Premium Full Stack Module)

Java, Python, Web, Database, Data Structure, Algorithm and React JS

Best Full-Stack Development Training Institute in Bangalore

This career path is carefully designed keeping in mind the individual roles a fresher would want to achieve to get a job as a programmer or a full stack developer or a front-end developer with testing skills basically you will be a multifaceted Techie.


Till you get a job


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Any technical graduate/freshers looking to get skilled and get their First Dream Job can enroll for these courses


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End to end preparation to uplift your skill quotient with our weekly mocks, assessments, live projects, personal mentorship, Aptitude, Personality development, resume building 

What will you master

Module 1: Getting the Groundwork Right

Environment Setup: Imagine you're setting up a new kitchen. You've got to make sure you have all the necessary tools, right? That's what we're doing here with the Java Development Kit - getting everything ready for the cooking...err, coding to begin.

Architecture of Java: This is like taking a sneak peek into the brain of Java. We're looking at how it's structured and functions - understanding its blueprint.

Data Types in Java: Think of these as the building blocks. Just like Lego, we have different types of blocks (like integers, characters, and booleans) to store various data.

Operators in Java: Here's where we start playing with our Lego blocks. Operators are the tools that let you perform operations - like adding two numbers or checking if one is larger than the other.

Module 2: Mastering the Logic

Conditional Control Constructs: These are your guideposts. They help control where your program goes, making decisions based on conditions - like a GPS guiding you on the road.

Looping Control Constructs: Imagine a magic wand that could repeat your actions. That's what loops do, repeating the same block of code as many times as you want.

Methods in Java: Think of methods as little helpers. You give them a job, and they do it for you. It's like having a magic elf that does your chores!

Arrays, Strings in Java: These are different types of containers for storing and organizing your data - like having different types of storage boxes for your different toys.

Packages: Packages are like rooms in a house. They help keep your code organized so you don't end up with a messy pile of code...err, clothes.

Time and Space: This isn't about the universe; it's about your code! Here, we focus on making your code efficient so it runs quickly and doesn't hog up all the memory.

Module 3: Diving Deeper into Java

Objects & Classes, Encapsulation, Constructors, and Static Keyword: Here's where we start molding our Lego blocks into structures. We define our objects, encapsulate them, and get them ready for action.

Inheritance, Polymorphism, Abstraction, Interfaces: These are your secret weapons to write more flexible, robust, and easy-to-understand code. Like a Swiss army knife, these tools give your code the superpower of adaptability.

Exceptions and Exception Handling: Code is like a recipe - sometimes, things go wrong. Exceptions are when your code says "Oops!", and handling these exceptions is how you troubleshoot these hiccups.

Multi-Threading: Who doesn't want to do multiple things at once? Multi-threading is like having many hands, each working on a different task simultaneously.

Collections and Generics: Imagine having a magic bag that can store groups of objects. Collections and generics are like this magic bag but with more powerful features!

Module 4: Venturing into Java Frameworks

J2EE, Spring Boot Configuration: Welcome to the world of Spring - a playground full of tools that help you build complex applications. It's like getting an upgrade from building with Lego to constructing skyscrapers.

Spring REST, Spring Web Services, Spring Security, Retrieve POJOs as JSON, Exception Handling, API Design Practices, REST CRUD API with Hibernate: This is where your Java program starts having conversations with other programs, sharing data, and instructions. Imagine having a universal translator that allows you to communicate with anyone, anywhere - that's APIs for you

Python Overview - Do you think Python Language was named after the famous species of snake called Python? Get to know the answer to this and learn about the basic structure of Python programming language, Installation and the historical background in this lesson.

Object Orientation - How about taking the blueprint of a building as a class and the real building as an object? Can we design a Python program for that example? Let’s start with an object-orientation approach and understanding classes and objects to deal with real-world problems.

Data types - Data can be in many forms, be it numbers, characters, decimal etc. and do we really need to specify the data type for the variables in Python?

Control Constructs - Be smart worker instead of hard worker. Become full-fledged programmer from scratch with control constructs.

Strings - Should it be in single quotes or double quotes, triple single quotes or triple double quotes. Let's make a deep dive in String pool.

Methods - Functions, Methods, Procedure, is everything same? Well it's a code written below single roof.

Encapsulation - Capsules are medicines that contain different types of chemical powders combined into a single cylindrical unit. Is this concept useful in Python too? Understand the idea of encapsulation in python through this topic.

Constructors- Ever wondered who will be called during object creation? Answer is in front of you.

Static Keyword - Awesome concept for utilisation of memory efficiently.

Inheritance - Parent and Child relationship in programming language. But for what fun???

Access Modifiers - No one likes restriction, but sometime few things needs to be restricted. Learn how to do it.

Method Overriding - Don't like the inherited behaviour from parent?? Well modify it then.

Polymorphism - 1 to many forms! Need code flexibility and code compactness in program, then polymorphism is there for you.

Operator Overloading - Like Methods, operators also can be overloaded???

Magic Methods - Methods with magic. But not shakalaka boom boom.

Decorators - Hey, it doesn't decorate your program. Then what it do? 

Functions & Lambda in Python - The use of functions and lambdas to ensure the reusability of logics are brought to light.

Comprehension in Python - Working with list comprehensions, map, reduce and filter functions in python to solve problems quickly and easily

Abstraction - Want to display only relevant details? Use Abstraction.

Modules - It's like a home for many functions, classes, variables. Learn how to use it and understand predefined and user-defined modules in python helps us to solve real-world problems.

Data Mangling - Really wants to access the private variable? Change name and do it. But how?

Advanced Python

Exception Handling - Always prevention is better than cure. So prevent abrupt termination of program by handling the exceptions.

Multithreading - Everyone likes to do multiple things at same time, so a python program also can do it.

File Handling - Learn how to handle a file with care. 

Database operations - Imagine when you combine codings with tables or data? you can play however you want with the database. Interesting isn’t it? Let’s learn to establish the connection of python with databases and using it to do manipulation in data using SQL.


Django - After learning all these topics in python, there will be a lot of hassle involved in web development right? Make life easy with Django by following Model-Template-Views architecture.


Testing Overview
Introduction to testing and its need.

now about how software development is dealt/handled at different companies

Testing Methodology
earning this will make you be well aware of all  the methodologies in testing

Types of Testing
esting is huge and knowing all its types is the key to becoming a master in testing.

Software Testing Life Cycle
ife cycle of testing and how we can test in real-time 

Test Case Design Technique
est cases are the deciding factor and don’t you want to write the most efficient test cases if your answer is yes then this is for you.

Test Case Development
eveloping test cases adds value and strengthens your hold on testing, which is why this is a must.

Test Case Execution
xecution is important in any work and Test cases are no exception, Learn how you actually test/perform testing. 

Bug Tracking and Reporting
ntroduces and explains defect tracking and you would learn bug tracking tools also / Tracking a bug/defect is a test engineer’s responsibility and we will learn how to be responsible test engineers

Test Closure Activity
elps you to build a summary of all the tests conducted during the software development life cycle

Test Metrics
ives the inside of the requirement traceability matrix and defect traceability matrix.

Agile SDLC Process
earn agile development 


Learn this amazing front end technology HTML and ensure the user wants to visit your web app again and again. Get to know the difference between markup and a programming language.

Tags. Attributes & Elements
Ever heard of these words ?. Let’s start with the basics of HTML to make it easy for you.

Links & images
an you link one HTML file with other files like JS, CSS, etc. ? yes, it’s possible. Dive deep into this topic to know better

Tables & List
hat about designing a row and column structure on your web page? where you have to write a list of items which should be numbered automatically without mentioning it? It will make the work very easy right? let’s try this

Let’s learn how to embed audio and video clips on your web page. Which will make it more user friendly. Isn’t it?

Filled registration forms on every website to have your own account? Want to build that sort of thing? Let’s learn how to do that.

Semantic tags
Do all web pages have a similar look? Do all pages alignment look alike? where should the content be? Where should be the heading and how does a web page end? Let’s understand the structure of HTML web pages inside this topic.


Black and white are boring. Let’s learn how we can style our web page and make it look more attractive and interesting

Types of CSS
You can write your CSS code in many ways in your program. Let’s understand how many types of CSS are there and how you can use them

Which particular element do you want to style? you won’t style your whole page with the same style, right? Selectors are used to “find” (or select) the HTML elements you want to style. Let’s learn more about it

Borders, Margins and Padding
Topic makes it very clear for you. How to give Borders, margins and padding spaces to your content in web pages to make it look more attractive and understandable

Animations & Transitions
Imagine you have a ball-shaped element on your webpage and based on your mouse movement. It’s jumping and moving here and there. Interesting right? Let’s dive deep into more of such things in this lesson.

Navigation bar
One web page can have many pages. Well, how can you easily navigate to those? Understand how we can do that on this topic

Form layout
Is your form way too big? Well, let’s layout it properly because that’s what is styling right? 

Page layout
We can also layout our pages and get rid of divisions in one web page by using CSS for semantic tags. Let’s learn how easily we can do that


Introduction to JavaScript
Get an introduction on how to create client-side dynamic pages as well as a deep knowledge on object-based scripting language which is lightweight and cross-platform. It’s advantages, features and pre-requisites and much more.

How do you think you can store a value in programming languages and where? get deep dive into these questions and find out different types of variables used in JS.

Data Types and Type Conversion
Which type of data you want to use and how JS gets to know about it.. Interesting right? Let’s get some knowledge on different types of data and how to convert from one to another.

Addition, subtraction are too mainstream.. Do you know ===? Let’s understand some new operators used in JS and how to use them..  

Conditional Statements
If age is less than 18 you are not eligible to vote.. and if you are greater than 18, you are eligible to vote.. Write a program for this scenario.. tough ? let’s understand how we can make it easy using these statements.   
Remember doing “Titration” in your chemistry lab. Let’s do it again and repeat one process and again and again.

One logic can be reused many times just like you use your clothes, Get some advance knowledge on how to use these functions in JS.

Everything in this world is an object, small or big.. But what is it doing here in JS? Let’s understand how we use some predefined and custom defined objects in JS.

Clicking, hovering a mouse, pressing a key from the keyboard and holding it. These all are called events which help us to do some tasks possible in systems. Understand how we use these events to handle a JS dynamic page.

Dialog Boxes
Imagine you unknowingly filled wrong credentials on your Facebook login page.. You got a pop-up box that says Invalid username and password.. How do you think it appeared suddenly? understand different types of Dialog boxes that are used in JS.

Somebody is storing your essential data when you are using browsers to do some work. But why? who is it? find it here.

Regular Expressions
Do you know how plagiarism detection is done? it searches for a pattern on your page and finds a match.. We can use this concept even in JS and understand how it’s possible.

OOPs Concepts
Understand how different concepts of Object-Oriented Programming can be used in JS.. and how it helps us make our web application very effective.


Exception Handling
If you get a wound.. You use a bandage to handle it.. What if codes get wound/error? we use Handler which works as a bandage for the error code, let’s go deep inside this interesting concept.

When a web page is loaded, the browser creates a Document Object Model of the page which is constructed as a HTML tree of Objects.. Get inside of the web pages learning this topic.

Form Validations
Filled a registration form of any web page? ever thought how these types of form pages are filled and when submitted. It gets saved somewhere.. Do you know where? get answers to these interesting questions inside this lesson.

Ever wondered how games are designed and objects can jump or move in the system screen? let’s learn some transitions and animations which can be done in JS using very easy programming techniques.

Browsers BOM
Everything in the browser happens using HTML, CSS, and JS ..and obviously they need to communicate with each other to make it possible.. then who allows Javascript to talk to the browser? 

Hoisting and Strict mode
Let’s understand some advanced topics in Javascript which are added recently and get us a very efficient web page when used.

Let, Const and Arrow functions
Understanding the use of advanced functions in Javascript. And much more. 

JS Promise
Promises in real-life express a trust between two or more persons and an assurance that a particular thing will surely happen. In javascript, a Promise is an object which ensures to produce a single value in the future (when required).

JavaScript frameworks and libraries: Think of these like different types of toolkits for building a playground. Some toolkits (like jQuery) have tools for simple swings and slides, while others (like Angular and React) have tools for more complex structures and interactive elements.

Introduction to React: React is a popular toolkit for building interactive web applications. It's like LEGO bricks – you can create complex structures by connecting smaller, reusable pieces (components) together.

JSX syntax: JSX is a language that combines HTML and JavaScript. It's like writing a recipe that mixes ingredients from two different cuisines, allowing you to create unique and tasty dishes.

Components and props: Components are the building blocks of a React app, and props are ways to customize those blocks. It's like ordering a pizza with different toppings (props) on each slice (component).

State and lifecycle methods: State is an object that holds a component's data, and lifecycle methods control how components behave over time. Imagine a plant with different stages (lifecycle methods) and changing needs (state) as it grows.

Handling events in React: Events are user interactions, like clicking a button. Handling events in React is like setting up a Rube Goldberg machine – one action triggers a chain reaction of events that ultimately leads to a desired outcome.

React forms and input validation: React forms collect user input, and input validation ensures the entered data is correct. It's like a bouncer at a club checking if your ID is valid before letting you in.

React router and client-side routing: React Router manages the different "pages" of your app. It's like a GPS system that helps users navigate through your web application without getting lost.

Redux for state management: Redux is like a central bank that manages the money (state) for an entire country (app). It ensures everyone follows the same rules and keeps track of all transactions.

Asynchronous programming with JavaScript: Asynchronous programming allows JavaScript to perform multiple tasks at once. It's like a chef cooking multiple dishes simultaneously, without waiting for one dish to finish before starting the next.

HTTP protocol and RESTful APIs: HTTP is the language that web browsers and servers use to communicate, and RESTful APIs are a set of rules for designing web services. Imagine a mail carrier (HTTP) delivering letters (API requests) between houses (servers) in a neighborhood built with a specific architectural style (REST).


Module 1: Introduction to SQL Just like learning the alphabet is essential to read and writing, understanding SQL is vital to handle data in the digital world.

  • Importance and Role of Data in Today's Digital World: Imagine data as the world's best storyteller. Every click, every view, every purchase is a tale waiting to be told.

  • Understanding Databases and DBMS: Picture a database as a gigantic library, and the DBMS as the librarian who knows exactly where every book is placed.

  • Difference between Relational DBMS and Non-Relational DBMS: It's like the difference between a neatly organized bento box (Relational DBMS) and a mixed salad bowl (Non-Relational DBMS).

  • Introduction to SQL: Meet SQL, the universal translator for all those stories we just mentioned.

  • SQL Standards and Variations: Just like different genres in literature, SQL has its own variations, each with its unique style but ultimately, they're all still storytelling.

Module 2: MySQL Grasp the nuances of MySQL, much like mastering the rules of a board game, to efficiently play with databases.

  • Installing and Configuring MySQL: Setting up MySQL is like moving into a new apartment. You need to put everything in its place before you can truly call it home.

  • Understanding MySQL Data Types and Operators: This is similar to understanding the rules of a board game. You need to know what moves you can make and how they affect the game.

  • Learning MySQL Constraints: Like following traffic rules while driving, these rules ensure the safety and integrity of our data.

  • Mastering MySQL Data Definition Language (DDL) Statements: It's like having a conversation in a foreign language. You need to understand the syntax to make sure you're saying what you think you're saying!

  • Mastering MySQL Data Manipulation Language (DML) Statements: This is the equivalent of being a master chef in the kitchen, capable of chopping, dicing, and slicing your data to suit your needs.

  • Exploring Stored Procedures and Functions in MySQL: Picture this as having a handy toolbox full of pre-written tools that help you accomplish your tasks more efficiently.

  • Working with Indexes and Advanced Querying in MySQL: It's like creating shortcuts in a maze. These pointers help you reach your destination - the data you need - faster.

  • Creating and Using Triggers in MySQL: These are your data’s bodyguards, ready to take action when specific events occur.

  • Mastering Advanced SQL Queries: This is where you become a data detective, using advanced techniques like nested subqueries, complex joins, and more to unravel deeper insights from your data

  • Revision and Assessment of all Modules: It's like preparing for a grand performance, reviewing all your lines, rehearsing, and getting ready to shine!

  • Hands-on Project Work using MySQL, MongoDB, and Oracle: It's Showtime! This is where you apply everything you've learned - like an artist finally presenting their masterpiece.

  • Designing Efficient Databases: It's like city planning. You need to ensure that everything is structured and organized in the best possible way for smooth functioning.

  • Ensuring Data Safety: Just as you'd save your work frequently on a computer, we also need to manage transactions, control concurrency, and ensure the backup and restoration of data.

  • Introduction to PL/SQL: This is like learning a new dialect of a language you already speak. PL/SQL allows you to handle data with more sophistication and finesse.

Module 3: MongoDB Dive into MongoDB, think of it as learning to navigate a new city with its unique structure, to explore NoSQL databases.

  • Introduction to MongoDB and NoSQL Databases: Welcome to the world of non-traditional databases, kind of like being introduced to abstract art after only ever seeing classic paintings.

  • Understanding Different Ways of Storing Data in MongoDB: It's like learning multiple methods to cook the same dish. Different, but delicious in their own ways!

  • Creating Collections and Documents: This is the MongoDB way of creating folders and files to keep your data neatly organized.

  • Inserting and Viewing Data in MongoDB: Imagine you're a librarian, carefully cataloging and reviewing books - that's pretty much how we treat data here.

  • Mastering Data Modeling and Schemas in MongoDB: You're the architect of your own data skyscraper, and you're responsible for making sure it's structured effectively.

  • Exploring Data Replication in MongoDB: Much like a Xerox machine duplicates documents, we clone our data to safeguard it.

  • Enhancing Database Efficiency with Indexing: Think of it as creating a detailed table of contents for your data book, making it easier to find specific information quickly.

  • Distributing Data with Sharding in MongoDB: This is like breaking a large puzzle into smaller pieces and solving them individually, then putting them all back together.

  • Aggregating Data in MongoDB: You're the captain of a data ship, collecting various bits of information from different locations and putting them all together.

  • Ensuring Data Security and Authentication in MongoDB: You're the bouncer at the data club. Only those on the list can get in.

Module 4: Oracle Mastering Oracle is akin to learning to cook a complex dish; there are various ingredients (data types, operators) and distinct steps (DDL, DML statements) to bring it all together.

  • Introduction to Oracle: Imagine meeting a legend. That's Oracle in the world of databases.

  • Understanding Oracle Data Types and Operators, Learning Oracle Constraints, and Mastering Oracle DDL & DML Statements: These steps in Oracle are quite similar to what we did in MySQL. It's like learning to cook a new recipe using ingredients you're already familiar with.

  • Exploring Stored Procedures and Functions in Oracle, Working with Indexes, Advanced Querying, and Triggers: Again, these are your trusty tools, as familiar as your own kitchen utensils, just used in a slightly different context.

  • Ensuring Data Safety in Oracle: As in MongoDB and MySQL, data safety here is like having a top-notch security system protecting your precious data from any harm.

  • Introduction to PL/SQL: You've mastered SQL, now it's time for PL/SQL, a bit like moving on from regular novels to the intricacies of poetry.

Module 5: Assessment and Project Work The final assessment is like a talent show where you demonstrate what you've learned from MySQL, MongoDB, and Oracle, on a grand stage.

  • Revision and Assessment of all Modules: It's like preparing for a grand performance, reviewing all your lines, rehearsing, and getting ready to shine!

  • Hands-on Project Work using MySQL, MongoDB, and Oracle: It's showtime! This is where you apply everything you've learned - like an artist finally presenting their masterpiece.



  • Module 1: Number System: Picture a world where the language spoken is of numbers and rules. From divisibility to remainders, we dive deep into the ocean of numerical knowledge.

  • Module 2: Ratio and Percentage: Think of a pie, how we slice it, distribute it, and calculate the portions. We're going to apply the same principles to ratios, percentages, and everything in between.

  • Module 3: Work, Time, Distance: Imagine being a train conductor, having to schedule stops and calculate distances. We use similar principles to unravel time, work, and distance puzzles.

  • Module 4: Letter and Number Based Reasoning: Ever tried to decode a secret message? This module brings you into the world of ciphers and codes, using numbers and letters as our key.

  • Module 5: Calculative Reasoning: Ticking clocks, flipping calendars, and a race against time. We delve into the world of ranking and timing, sharpening our calculation skills along the way.

  • Module 6: Verbal Reasoning: Picture a courtroom drama, deciphering truths, lies, and logical deductions. That's what we do in our verbal reasoning module.

  • Module 7: Counting (Permutations and Combinations, Probability): Think of a deck of cards. How many ways can we arrange them? What are the odds of drawing a queen? We’ll explore these questions and more.

  • Module 8: Non-Verbal Reasoning: It's like a treasure hunt, but instead of maps, we use patterns, images, and dots to find our way.

  • Module 9: Verbal Reasoning (Blood Relations, Direction Sense, Venn Diagrams): Imagine a family tree with a twist and navigate through it using logic, that's the essence of this module.

  • Module 10: Data (Data Interpretation, Data Sufficiency): Picture a detective analyzing clues, interpreting data to solve a mystery. This is the world of data interpretation and sufficiency.

Corporate skills

  • Introduction To Corporate Skills: Think of this as the initiation ritual to the corporate tribe. We cover the customs, language, and norms of this exciting new world.
  • Resume Customization: Imagine being an artist with your resume as your canvas. We'll guide you on how to paint the best picture of yourself.
  • Corporate Etiquettes: This is your guide to the unspoken rules of the corporate jungle. Like a seasoned tour guide, we'll help you navigate with grace and poise.
  • Networking Activity: Think of a grand ballroom social gathering. The aim is to meet, greet, and connect - all part of our networking activities.
  • Reading & Analysing: Just like a detective analyses a crime scene, we'll help you sharpen your ability to read and analyze corporate scenarios.
  • Building Conversations: Picture a high-stakes negotiation scene in a movie. That's what we aim to prepare you for, arming you with the ability to build powerful conversations.
  • GD / JAM: Imagine a lively debate in the parliament. We equip you with the skills to hold your own in Group Discussions (GD) and Just a Minute (JAM) sessions.
  • HR / Managerial Round: Think of it as a one-on-one chess game with your interviewer. We'll arm you with strategies to handle HR and managerial rounds like a pro.
  • Presentation & LinkedIn: Picture yourself on a stage, holding your audience captivated. That's the art of presentation we imbibe in you. And for LinkedIn, think of it as the digital billboard where you showcase your professional persona.
  • Verbal: Ever watched a great orator hold the audience with their words? We strive to equip you with such compelling verbal skills.


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Most frequent questions and answers

Discover your career path with our specially designed courses, called My Career Path (MCP). We offer two exciting modules: KodNest Premium Full Stack Module (MCP-1) and KodNest Premium Testing Module (MCP-2). 

Looking to kickstart your career in Development or Testing? Join MCP-1, My Career Path 1, our program designed for aspiring developers. If testing is your passion, MCP-2, My Career Path 2, is the perfect choice to begin your career in testing.

Offline course fees for MCP-1 & MCP-2: Rs. 31,999 each. Online course fees for MCP-1 & MCP-2: Rs. 26,999 each.

Offline course fees for MCP-1 & MCP-2: Rs. 31,999 each. Online course fees for MCP-1 & MCP-2: Rs. 26,999 each.

At KodNest, Placements are always Unlimited and that’s why we have Unlimited placements mentioned in our platform and The Mode of Placements will be decided by the Companies/Clients.

Yes, We have EMI and Instalment options available.

Yes, Everything that is needed for our students to find their first job is included.

The placements are unlimited, In simple even if your course is completed you will get placements till you get your first Job.

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