Python Programming for Beginners

Python is considered as the easiest and flexible programming language. It is used by developers, programmers, and designers for developing and designing desktop apps, video games, etc. It is also used in web programming and microchip testing. Python programming language gives you a foundation of skills that will help you to learn much more complicated programming languages, and also understand their fundamental principles.

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Python Programming for Beginners Training program overview

This course provides a basic understanding of Python code which will help you to create and run real-world programs written in python. You will learn how to install python and perform simple mathematical equations. Later, the specifics of the programming language like variables, loops, statements, functions, etc will be introduced. You will also have the opportunity to work practically and build your python program. By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge and skills to become a skilled programmer.



Gain knowledge of basic programming concepts, understand and implement python code.

The registration process

Once you have completed our simplified enrolment process, you’ll receive an email confirmation with your payment receipt in your registered email ID. You can then access the entire content of the online student portal immediately by logging in to your account on our site. Should you require any assistance please reach out to us via email ( or via our online chat system.

The course curriculum

The curriculum for this Python Programming for Beginners training incorporates all updates. The following is a list of broad topics covered

  • Installation
  • Print and Strings
  • Math
  • Variables
  • While Loops
  • For Loops
  • If Statements
  • If Else Statements
  • If Elif Else Statements
  • Functions
  • Function Parameters
  • Global and Local Variables
  • Common Python Errors
  • Writing to a File
  • Appending to a File
  • Reading From a File
  • Classes
  • Input and Statistics
  • Import Syntax
  • Making Modules
  • Error Handling - Try and Except
  • Lists vs. Tuples and List Manipulation
  • Dictionaries
  • Final Project
  • Final Project Solution