DSA in C++

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1200+ problems

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1200++ Problems

20-30k per month earning while you study

15/18 Months Duration

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Syllabus
  • Welcome aboard
    Welcome to the course
  • Flowcharts and Psuedocode
    This helps you to understand how to convert logic and write it in the form of diagrammatic and textual way.
  • Basics of Programming
    For any language the first and the most important thing to learn is the syntax, variables, loops, and conditionals. In this section, we will cover how to convert our logic to C++ Code.
  • Operators in C++
    To help you understand different types of operators such as Arithmetic, Compund assignment, Bitwise, and Logical operators.
  • Functions
    In this section, you will learn to write code in a modular way to help you reuse the code in different C++ files and make it more readable and organized.
  • Recursion Introduction
    "Inorder to understand Recursion we must understand Recursion, so this is what is focussed here i.e. write codes using Recursion.
    It is used in Dynamic Programming and as well as in data structure such as Trees, Graphs, and Heap etc."
  • Deep Diving into recursion
    In this section, we will start exploring how to form recurrence relations using problem statements and mainly discussing recursion on arrays and strings.
  • Recursion on Subsets
    In this section, we will understand how to solve algorithms such as phone search and advanced concept of Knapsack that is mostly asked in Interviews.
  • Backtracking
    It is the most important concept to understand in Recursion and it is thoroughly checked in Interviews and Technical Rounds. If one has to master recursion they need to master backtracking.
  • Time and Space Complexity
    It helps us to compare the algorithms on the basis of Time and Space it takes to run the code and help us to master how to write codes by considering constraints of the problem.
  • Object Oriented Programming
    One of the most important topic to build data structures, this is not only used in every data structure but also help us to understand how to associate the real world with programming language.
  • Linked List
    In this topic we learn how to store data in a non-contiguous manner and we understand how the Linked List can work in a better time complexity that other data structures in some operations.
  • Stack
    It follows the principle of Last In and First Out, although this data structure can be easily understood but the concept of LIFO can be used to solve some typical problems such as Histogram Area, Stock Span, and Balanced Parantheses etc.
  • Queues
    This data structure works just like a normal queue does and it is mainly used as a helping data structure in Trees and Graphs.
  • Binary Trees and Binary Search Trees
    In this data structure, we learn how to store data in a hierarchical format. It is one of the most important topic from Interview point of view and questions from this topic is frequently asked in companies such as Amazon, Microsoft, Flipkart and Google etc.
  • Heap
    This data structures helps you to understand how the infinite stream of data coming can be accessed to fetch the useful information, for example, find the most sold products on any website?
  • Hashmap
    It helps us to understand how we can store, update and delete the data in constant time. It is majorly used in Dynamic Programming and Graphs to help us make the time complexities of the algorithms better.
  • Graphs
    "The most popular data structures in companies like Direct-i, Google, and Arcesium etc.
    It is usually considered tough because of the dependency on other data strucutres such as queue, hashmaps, sets, and heap etc. but once you get a taste of how to apply these things together it will make you a better programmer.
  • Tries
    It helps us to search in constant time and incase you want to use auto suggestions features of Amazon, Flipkart or other sites search bar this is the solution.
    Many problems such as Maximum-Xor, and Maximum Sum etc. uses tries to help improve complexity of the problem.
  • One Dimensional Dynamic Programming
    We learn how we can improve the time complexities of Recursive algorithms drastically using concepts like Top Down approach. Also we convert out Top down approach to bottom up approach using the recurrence relation and DP concept, it's exactly what is required for the master DP.
  • Two Dimensional Dynamic Programming
    The most important concepts of DP are Knapsack, Optimal Game strategy, and solving string problems using 2D storage there by improving their complexities multiple folds.
  • Greedy Algorithms
    This is where you learn how being greedy can benefit you to solve certain problems in a faster way. The main point of focus here is to understand where we can apply Greedy over Dynamic Programming.
  • Top Tech Company Questions
    Practise from the most asked questions in companies such as Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, LinkedIn, and Google etc. Become the programmer to crack any of your dream company.
  • Google, Amazon, GoJek, Flipkart, Uber, Amex Interview mantras
    This will give you an idea of how you should prepare yourself for the final interviews and prepare yourself for everything that you may face during the placement process of any company.
  • Master HTML
    In this you will learn how to create the structure and the template of the webpages and websites.
  • Mastering CSS
    In this you will learn how to add styles and make your webpages look stylish and responsive.
  • Basics of Programming
    For any language the first and the most important thing to learn is the syntax, variables, loops, and conditionals. In this section, we will cover how to convert our logic to Code.
  • Mastering JavaScript
    In this you will understand how to add the functionality to you HTML and CSS webpage and websites.
  • Functions
    In this section, you will learn to write code in a modular way to help you reuse the code in different files and make it more readable and organized.
  • The Internet
    Introducing web and learning about internet,Understanding web and http, learning all about Web vs Internet,Learning about client-server architecture,Understaning frontend and backend.
  • What do HTML/CSS/JS do?
    Understanding frontend technologies - HTML, CSS, JS
  • Setting Up Our Developer Environment
    Setting up VS - Code - Installing various extensions( live-server etc)
  • Introduction to HTML
    First brush with HTML, understaning html and role of html in creating a web page,Writing our first html code,Understanding HTML Boilterplate , HTML-5 syntax and HTML Tree,Looking for documentation on MDN and W3School.
  • Learning HTML Tags
    Learning heading, paragraph and other useful html tags,Understanding Blocks vs Inline elements,Entity codes, working with anchor tags, various use cases of anchor tags.
  • HTML Forms
    Taking input from the using various HTML Input Elements and learning all about HTML Forms
  • HTML Tables
    Creating tables in HTML
  • Media Elements-Image,Audio,Video,iframe
    Learning how to work with images, audio, video and iframe elements in HTML.
  • HTML Sementic elements
    Learning about HTML Sementic Elements(nav, article, section, header, main, footer, aside, figure and figcaption.
  • Introduction to CSS
    Introducing CSS and understanding the role of CSS,Adding CSS to out HTML Page,Learning all about selectors (Basic + Advanced Selector),Understaning inheritance of various properties and Precedence of selectors in CSS.
  • Basic CSS Properties and Box Model
    Learning about background-color, font-size, color, border, text-transform, text-decoration etc. Learning about CSS Colors and various Color format (hexadecimal, rgb, rgba and hsl format), Learning about box model in CSS and various box-model properties. Understanding CSS Units.
  • Display, Positions and Flexboxes, Media Queries
    Working with layout and changing the normal flow and default layout using display, positions and flexboxes, using Media Queries to create responsive layout.
  • Transition, Transform and CSS Animations
    Learning about fun stuff in CSS, adding transition, transform and Animations.
  • 3D Transform
    Creating a 3D rotating card using 3D Transform
  • CSS Grids and CSS Variables
    Understaing CSS Grids and creating responsive layout using grids, Understanding CSS Variables.
  • Introduction to CSS Frameworks
    Exploring various CSS frameworks - Bulma, Material UI, Sementic UI, Tailwing CSS, and Bootstrap.
  • Bootstrap
    Exploring bootstrap and how to add in our project,Learning all about bootstrap grids and creating a responsive layout,Using various bootstrap components - navbar, card, button etc,Exploring bootstrap utilities for css - flex, display, positions, font etc
  • Introduction to JS
    Introducing JS, Various features - Compile-Interpreted-JIT languages, Dynamically vs Statically Typed JS Engine,Learning primitives in JS(Number, String, Boolean, undefined, null) and strings methods,Learning all about Math object and generating random numbers in given range,Understaning if-else if-elseif-else , Ternary operator, Binary operator, Logical and Bitwise Operators Shortcircuiting using Logical AND and OR operator
  • JS Arrays, Nested Arrays
    Learning the first data structure - Array, and Various Array methods.
  • JS Objects
    Learning all about JS Object
  • Repeating stuff with Loops
    Understanding while, for, forof and forin loops in JS
  • Introducing Functions
    Learning all about functions and types of function - function expression, arrow function, first class function.
  • Function deep dive - Execution context
    Diving deep into the function execution and understanding the execution context
  • Scopes, HOF, Closure
    Resoving scopes in JS, Learning about HOF and Closures
  • Prototypes, Constructor Function and Class Syntax
    Understaning Object inheritance in JS and how prototypes helps to achive it, Understanding Construction function and class Sytax in JS(getter, setter, static methods.
  • Async Programming and Web APIs
    Asynchrounous Programming - Event Loop, Callback Queue and Web APIs Environment.
  • Callback Hell and Promises
    Understanding Callback hell and using Promises
  • Introduction to DOM Web API
    Understanding what DOM is and how to manipulate DOM using JS,Selecting elements in a DOM tree using various selectors,Learning about various DOM properties - innerText, textContent, innerHTML, setAttribute, getAttribute,Travarsing the DOM tree from child to parent and vice-versa,Creating and deleting elements in a DOM tree.
  • Events and Event Listener
    Diving into the events and how events works
  • Event Lifecycle - Bubbling and Capturing, Event Delegation
    Exploring the event life cycle and understanding event bubbeling, Capturing and Event Delegation.
  • jQuery
    Introduction to JS framework-jQuery, Learning and exploring easy to use APIs provided by jQuery,Exploring various APIs in jQuery - .css(), html(), attr(), first(), last() etc,Learning how add events in jQuery,Creating effects using jQuery- sliding, toggle etc
  • Understanding AJAX
    Introduction to AJAX, learning what AJAX is and how it is useful in Web Development and SPAs,Comparing traditional Client-Server Model with AJAX Model,Learning about various data exchange format - JSON and XML.
  • APIs and Endpoints, Postman
    Demystifying the APIs and Endpoints calling the APIs using Postman, understanding Status Code etc.,Learning how to make HTTP request using JS,Learning the native of making AJAX request using XMLHttp request object.
  • Fetch
    Introducing modern way of making request using fetch web API
  • Third Party Libraries - Axios, jQuery
    Making request using third party libraries such as Axios and jQuery
  • Unix, Git and Github
    Exploring Unix environment and basic unix commands,Learning all about VCS and why do we need them,Exploring git in detail and learning how to commit changes, resolve conflicts etc.,Learning all about github.
  • Exploring Node.js
    Introducing Node.js and Learning all about Node, how its is useful, what we can do using Node etc.,Learning various inbuilt Node modules e.g : http, file-system, path etc.,Sharing code between js files in Node.js.
  • File System, Path Modules
    Working with file system, Learning how to read and write data into the files
  • Exploring NPM, installing and uninstalling packages Exploring NPM world and learning how to install packages using NPM and creating projects using NPM,Installing packages locally and globally.
  • Introducing Express
    Introducing out Web Framework for creating server,Comparing library and frameworks,Creating our first express app
  • Using nodemon
    Using nodemon as a tool to restart server automatically.
  • All about templating engines
    Understanding templating languages and why do we need them
  • Configuring express to use EJS
    Configuring express to use various templating engine such as EJS,Setting up the views directory,Learning about various ejs tags and their uses,Passing data from server to the templates.
  • Conditionals and Loops in EJS,Serving static assets in Express
    Learning how to conditionally render the data in templates and Looping over data inside the templates,Using stylesheets and scripts in our express app as static files
  • GET vs POST Request
    Introducing GET vs POST request and where do we use them
  • Defining POST route,Parsing the request body
    Understanding POST request in detail,Parsing the request body using express body parsing middleware
  • All about REST
    Learning all about REST architecture and creating REST routes for CRUD app
  • Inserting, Update, Deleting with mongo
    Exploring various mongo queries for inserting,deleting, updating data in collections
  • Mongo Operators
    Learning about mongo operators and their uses for building complex queries
  • Introducing Mongoose
    Introducing mongoose as ODM,Learning ODM vs ORM,Creating schema using mongoose and using Model to manipulate the data
  • Cookies
    Learning all about cookies Client Side Storage
  • Authentication using bcrypt
    Diving into authentication and understanding Authentication vs Authorization,Learning about Cryptographic Hashing Functions,Implementing authentication using Bcrypt from scratch,Implementing Authentication from scratch
  • Authentication using Passport.js
    Learning about passport.js and adding Authentication using passport,Adding authorisation using middlwares in our app
  • Web Security Introduction
    Understanding common secuirity issues using and Mongo Injection,Cross site scripting and how to mitigate small attacks,Sanitising payoad before storing the data into the database,Using helmet to prevent various attacks.
  • Preparing our app for deployment
    Preparing and deploying our app to production enviroment,Connecting our App with cloud database using MongoDB Atlas,Deplyoing and Monitoring our app to Heroku
  • Introduction to React.js
    Introducing all about React.js and why do we use react how it solves our problem,Exploring new generation js features - destructring, spread, rest parameters, arrow functions etc.,Creating and understanding our first react app.
  • Class vs Functional Components State vs Props
    Learning all about React components - Class and Functional components,Handleing state and props in react,Learning how to take input and working with forms in react,React Events
  • Learning useState ,useEffect,useRef Hook
    Expolring hooks in react and their uses
  • Sending HTTP Request
    Sending http request using fetch and axios
  • Router - SPAs vs MPAs
    Understanding react router - SPAs vs MPAs
  • Context API in React
    Handling global state with Context in React
  • All about react Hooks
    More about react Hooks
  • MERN Stack Project
    Project
  • Welcome aboard
    Welcome to the course
  • Vector
    In this section we will learn about the container vectors which are same as the dynamic arrays with the ability to resize itself automatically.Since its a container it contains various functions which come quite handy while solving the problems.
  • Strings
    In this section we will learn about strings which is an alternative to character array, String data type helps in handling string easier and faster.With proper understanding of OOPs this concept becomes more clear.
  • List
    In this section we learn about the STL Lists which is based on the data structure Linked List which store data in a non-contiguous manner.
  • Stacks
    In this section we learn about the STL stacks which is based on the data structure Stacks which follows the principle of Last In and First Out.
  • Queues
    In this section we learn about the STL queue which is based on the data structure Queue which follows the principle of First In and First Out.This data structure works just like a normal queue does and it is mainly used as a helping data structure in Trees and Graphs.
  • Maps
    In this section we will learn about Maps which stores the data in the mapped form of key->value which is implement on the basis of Red Black Trees.
  • Priority Queue
    In this section we will learn about the STL priority queue which is primarily based on heaps which helps us understand how the infinite stream of data coming can be accessed to fetch the useful information, for example, find the most sold products on any website?
  • Set
    In this section we will learn about Sets which are internally implemented through BST which store unique elements following a specific order.
  • Functions
    In this section we will learn about various functions that are there in the STL which help us in solving various problems easily like find,sort etc.
  • Policy based Data Structures
    In this section we will learn about the some data structures that are not part of the STL but are supported by the gcc.These data structures can be designed for high-performance, flexibility, semantic safety, and conformance to the corresponding containers in std.
  • Tries
    It helps us to search in constant time and incase you want to use auto suggestions features of Amazon, Flipkart or other sites search bar this is the solution. Many problems such as Maximum-Xor, and Maximum Sum etc. uses tries to help improve complexity of the problem.
  • Persistent Tries
    In this section we will understand the concept of persistency in tries.
  • Binary Search
    This is where you learn how being greedy can benefit you to solve certain problems in a faster way.The main point of focus here is to understand where we can apply Greedy over Dynamic Programming.
  • Greedy Algorithms
    In this section, we will understand how Bitwise operators like AND, OR, XOR, and NOT work on machine code to help and write programs that works faster.This concept is also very useful in Recursion as well as in Dynamic programming and Advanced DSA.
  • Bit Manipulation

    In this section we will understand about geometry and problems related to them and about convex hull.
  • Geometry And Convex Hull
    TIn this section we will understand about geometry and problems related to them and about convex hull.
  • Hashing
    It helps us to understand how we can store, update and delete the data in constant time. It is majorly used in Dynamic Programming and Graphs to help us make the time complexities of the algorithms better.
  • Square Root Decomposition/Mo's Algorithm
    In this section we will learn about Sqrt Decomposition which is a method (or a data structure) that allows you to perform some common operations (finding sum of the elements of the sub-array, finding the minimal/maximal element, etc.) in optimal time.
  • String Matching Algorithm
    In this section we will learn about various string matching algorithm such as KMP Algorithm, Z-Algorithm etc.
  • Interactive Problems
    In this section we will learn about interactive problems and how to approach them and how they are different.
  • Theorems
    In this section we will learn various theorams such as Totient,Fermat Little Theoram, Miller Theoram,Wilson Theoram etc.
  • Basics
    Inorder to understand Recursion we must understand Recursion, so this is what is focussed here i.e. write codes using Recursion. It is used in Dynamic Programming and as well as in data structure such as Trees, Graphs, and Heap etc.
  • Implementation Based
    This section will be more focussed on the implemention of various problems using recursion.
  • Quick Thinking
    In this section we will learn we will combine what we have learned up until now and try to solve other difficult problems.
  • Subset Based
    In this section, we will understand how to solve algorithms such as phone search and advanced concept of Knapsack that is mostly asked in Interviews.
  • Backtracking
    It is the most important concept to understand in Recursion and it is thoroughly checked in Interviews and Technical Rounds. If one has to master recursion they need to master backtracking.
  • Advanced Backtracking
    In this section we will try to solve much more difficult problems based on backtracting and implementation.
  • Segment Trees
    In this section we will learn about segment trees which are the used to store information about intervals/segments which in turn help us querying which of the stored segments contain a given point.
  • Basics
    We learn how we can improve the time complexities of Recursive algorithms drastically using concepts like Top Down approach.Also we convert out Top down approach to bottom up approach using the recurrence relation and DP concept, it's exactly what is required for the master DP.
  • One Dimentional DP
    In this section we will go through the DP problems dealing in One Dimention.
  • Grid Based DP and Two Dimentional DP
    The most important concepts of DP are Knapsack, Optimal Game strategy, and solving string problems using 2D storage there by improving their complexities multiple folds.
  • Multidimentional DP
    In this section we will go through the DP problems involving Multi-Dimention.
  • Atcoder DP Set
    In this section we will go through all the problems of the famous atcoder dp contest.
  • Longest Increasing Subsequence(Many Ways)
    In this section will will understand the famous DP problem using different technique.
  • Introduction
    In this section we will learn about graphs as a non linear data structure and learn about its basic implementations and definitions.
  • Traversals(BFS and DFS)
    In this section we will learn the various ways of traversal across graphs through algorithm like bfs and dfs.
  • Undirected Graph
    In this section we will learn about undirected graphs and various algorithms regarding them.
  • Directed Graph
    In this section we will learn about directed graphs and various algorithms regarding them.
  • Disjoint Set Union
    In this section we will learn about Disjoin set and Union as a powerful tool in solving various graph related problems.
  • Minimum Spanning Trees
    In this section we will get a brief idea about mst and various algorithms regarding them such as Prism's and Krushkal.
  • Shortest Path Algorithms (Dijkstras,Bellman Ford etc)
    In this section we will learn about shortest path algorithms on a weighted graphs such as Dijkstras,Bellman Ford and also Floyd Warshall Algorithm.
  • Implicit Graphs/ Splitwise Algorithm
    In this section we will learn about splitwise app implementation and Algorithm.
  • Network Flow
    In this section we will learn about various network flow and various advance algorithms such as Ford Fulkerson Algorithm, Minimum cut in a network flow.
  • LCA
    In this section we will learn about LCA, Articulation Points and Bridges.
  • Problem Set
    In this section we will go through all the concepts we have learned so far and use them in advance problems related to them.
  • Top Tech Company Questions
    Practise from the most asked questions in companies such as Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, LinkedIn, and Google etc. Become the programmer to crack any of your dream company.
  • Google, Amazon, GoJek, Flipkart, Uber, Amex Interview mantras
    This will give you an idea of how you should prepare yourself for the final interviews and prepare yourself for everything that you may face during the placement process of any company.
  • Welcome aboard
    Welcome to the course
  • Introduction to operating systems
    In this section we will understand what exactly operation system is to be able to move towards the advanced concepts of OS.
  • Types of operating systems
    In this section we will cover different type of operating system and pro and cons of these operating systems.
  • Process Management CPU Scheduling
    One of the most important topic of Operating systems to help you give a detailed understanding about the CPU Scheduling Algorithms, Starvation and convoy effect and process managements etc.
  • Memory management and page replacement algorithms
    Algorithms are an important part of Operating Systems for example page replacement algorithms such as LRU, FIFO, & belady etc. Understanding the memory management using worst, best and first fit memory allocations.
  • Deadlock
    Here we will cover the concept of deadlock along with classicial problems like Banker's algorithm..
  • Process Synchronization and Disk management
    Starting from the process synchronization methods such as peterson's solution, Semphorces and Critical section problem. Later understanding the disk scheduling algorithms in depth.
  • Classical Problems in Operating systems
    We will cover the majorly asked problems in the interviews to help you master the Interviews of Operating systems.
  • Introduction of Computer networks
    Starting with the basics of Computer networks to understanding the working of LAN, TCP/IP.
  • Data Link Layer
    Functionality of data link layer is one of the important to understand in CN.
  • Network Layer
    There are multiple routing algorithms to help transfer the data over hte network later.
  • Flow and Access control
    In this section we will cover how the data can be transmitted another important part of CN.
  • Introduction of DBMS
    In DBMS we need to first understand the entity relationship model that is what we will look into the introduction of DBMS.
  • Functional Dependency
    In this section we will understand the different types of linking between the data with keys and dependecies.
  • Normalization
    Normalizations are one of the most important aspect of DBMS & we will cover all the different types of normalizations.
  • Lossless Join Decomposition in DBMS
  • Transaction and Concurrency Control
    Understanding ACID and BASE properties along with some problems related to transaction will be covered in this section.
  • Types of Schedules
    We will cover all the types of schedules like Serial and Non-Serial Schedules etc.
  • SQL Queries
    DBMS queries are very important from Interview perspective we will discuss how you can master the SQL to fetch the useful information from databases.

Roadmap

Projects
Snakes Game

This project uses Arrays to build a very interesting Snake game

Food ordering app

MERN stack project putting all your React & Web dev skills to test

Chatting App

Full stack project building a real time app from scratch

To-Do app

Create a handy To-Do app to get organised using HTML, CSS and JS and share it with your audience

Splitwise App

This project uses concepts of DSA to build Splitwise App

Medium clone

Create a clone of Medium working full scale on Front end, Backend and deployment

e-commerce website

Build a fully functional e-commerce website displaying products, features, Signup, Payments and more using Front end, Back end, Security and deployment skills

Calculator app

Use Front end technologies to build a full featured Calculator app

Travel Planner

Plan your travel when you build your own application by using Graphs

Mario

Use DP optimisation to build this all time favourite game and be a leader in your pack

Sudoku

Make your very own Sudoku solver with Backtracking

Game project

Use Front end technologies to build a super awesome game all by yourself and surprise everyone

Jump Froggy

Design your very own Frog game while using Greedy optimisation in DSA

Movie search app

Use Front end technologies to build a fully featured Movie search app

Twitter

Build your own Twitter using Full stack skills and learn the art of converting ideas to life using Technology

Photographer's blog

Build a Photographer's blog using your front end skills

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  • Coding Blocks has physical centers in Delhi and Noida. Classroom program batches are conducted in these physical centers where you learn in a class with your peers and mentors, much like the way you do in College or University with a difference that you get to have personal attention by the mentor. Batch size is extremely limited and Course completion is complete for all learners. This is the most successful program in terms of Success or placements.

  • Live interactive program is a perfect replacement to the Classroom program. In a live interactive course, classes are conducted in a controlled environment, where the mentor teaches and students can interact with the mentor, much like a classroom. The only difference is that the mentor is not physically present in front of you. This model allows you to learn from the mentor of your choice, transcending boundaries and is economical as compared to the Classroom program.

  • Self paced Online programs are guided learning courses driven by our state of the art e-learning portal. These programs carry the same legacy as our Classroom programs. In order to reinforce learning and assist students, we have made our Self paced Online programs “HYBRID”, meaning we have added Live classes of topics where we feel students need interaction with mentors. In addition, students can clear their doubts through Video calls or Chats with our mentors and TAs. If learners stay close to our centers, they can even visit our Physical centers and meet the mentors in person to resolve their doubts.

  • If you are facing trouble with any model and want to make a switch, please get in touch with the Coding Blocks Support team for assistance. If need be, we will help you transition from one model to another.

  • The three models of learning are very different in nature and suits different learners basis individual preferences. We would recommend you to connect to our counsellors who can guide you well on which program and model best suits your needs.

  • Doubts are addressed by your Mentors and Teaching assistants who are always there to help you in your program. Doubts can be addressed in person, over live video calls, live chats and screen sharing sessions, pair coding sessions, Slack channels and Whatsapp groups, in addition to our portal where your doubts are also addressed. Don’t worry, we got your back.

  • Once you complete your course, you need to apply for the position of TA in Coding Blocks. Your application will be screened, you will be interviewed and tested on Coding problems and then you will be roped in. As Coding Blocks alumni, you will get priority.

  • A dedicated Placement team along with Hiring Blocks, the placement portal of Coding Blocks work round the clock to ensure the best of opportunities in the Tech arena are available to you.There are more than 150 companies who have partnered with Coding Blocks for hiring our students.

  • Most of the learners at Coding Blocks are College students only. All our courses and curriculum, across Classroom, Live interactive and Online self paced models are created to ensure you can learn while studying in your college.

  • Yes, you will get Certificate of completion once you complete the course. Completion of course depends on how much content has been completed, together with how many assignments have been completed. If you are a dedicated and hard working learner, you can also bag our Certificate of excellence.

  • Our Alumni is our family. We definitely would be more than thrilled to have you back, as this is really common for us. And yes, we would be happy to offer you exciting concessions on fee. We would recommend you to connect to our counsellors who can guide you well on this.