Students in 2nd-4th year looking forward to sit for internship/placement exams can pursue this course. Student must have prior programming experience in C++ and basic knowledge of data structures like arrays, stacks, queues, linked list.
Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms in C++
Introducing our newest course on Algorithms and Data Structures(in C++) starting this summer. The course is for all those who are looking forward to sit for internships and placements in August. The course will involve rigorous practice of questions based on Sorting, Searching, Greedy Algorithms, Divide and Conquer Algorithms, Dynamic Programming along with comprehensive revision of data structures like linked-lists, Trees, Graphs, Heaps, Hashing etc. The course will help you become smarter with solutions and ace your programming interviews.
Recursion & Backtracking
The course will start with complex recursion and back-tracking problems. You will be able to think recursively and implement the same in your code. You will be able to solve back-tracking problems.
Less Theory & More Questions
The course will lay emphasis on solving more no of questions based on data structures including topics likes bitmasking, DP, Graphs.
You will learn the various problem solving paradigms like Divide and Conquer, Greedy Algorithms, Brute Force and Dynamic Programming. With ample no of questions, we will make ¬sure you will hit the right approach when solving problems in future.
The main idea of the course is to get you ahead in interviews of IT companies. With rigorous practice of problems based on DS and Algorithms, the course will make sure you will do well in most of your interviews.
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Who should do this course?
I had C++ in class 12th. Can I do this course?
If you are first year student, then we will recommend you to join our Launchpad Program which will cover data structures and algorithms in great detail. This course is not recommended for first years unless you have studied data structures.
I didn’t have C++ in class 12 ? Can I do this course ?
No, this course is not for beginners in programming. You must have good hands on practice of programming fundamentals like arrays, stacks,queues, linked lists,pointers etc.
Will this help me with Interviews ?
This course will help you become smarter with your solutions. You’ll be able to write solutions that run in lesser space and time. Optimising space & time is what most interviewers look for. If you are looking forward for only Competititve Programming Topics, then you should join our Competitive Programming bootcamp specially designed for ACM-ICPC.
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