Advanced Java Programming Language Course Description

Jupiter Vidya provides advanced Java programming language training in Bangalore. We offer classroom and online training. To join this course the student must have the prerequisite skill.
Prerequisite skill: Core Java.

Why you need Advanced Java

Core java is used for developing general java application whereas Advance java is used for developing the web based application and enterprise application. Core Java uses the console for Input and output whereas Advanced Java is more on the GUI side. Advanced Java creates more client-server based applications. Core Java is the base for any topic in Java, but if you want to specialize any field in Java then advanced Java is the base for that, that’s why advanced Java is very much required. There are lots of topic under the name of Advanced Java and we cover the topics mentioned below.


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Course Features


50 hours of theory + practicals. Weekdays 1.5 hours and Weekend 2.5 hours.

Real-Time Projects

A student has to work on a mini project and implement all the Advanced Java concepts.


Regular assignment and test to check your knowledge.


We provide support to help you even after the course is completed.

Placement Assistance

We are associated with companies for the placements.


After successful completion of the Advanced Java course, you'll get a certificate.

Flexible Timing

A student can opt for any time. Our class timing is very flexible

Lab Facility

Every student will get a laptop for practice. A student can practice even after the class is over.

Study Material

Study material in form of PDF and examples will be provided to the student.

Advanced Java Programming Language Course Curriculum

Collections Framework

  • Collections Overview
  • Collection Interfaces
  • Collection Classes
  • ArrayList Class
  • LinkedList Class
  • Set
  • Map
  • HashSet Class
  • LinkedHashSet Class
  • TreeSet Class Using an Iterator
  • Working with Maps
  • Vector
  • Stack
  • Dictionary


  • Servlets Overview
  • Life cycle of Servlets
  • Handling Client HTTP Request & Server HTTP Response
  • Handling Form Data using Servlets
  • Session Tracking
  • Database and Servlets
  • Filters in Servlets
  • More Examples using Servlets

JavaServer Pages (JSP)

  • Overview of JSP
  • JSP Architecture & life cycle
  • Components of Java Server pages
  • MVC in JSP
  • JSP Http Codes
  • Form Processing
  • Filters in JSP
  • Cookies Handling in JSP
  • Session Tracking in JSP
  • Handle Client Request
  • Server Response
  • How to Redirect a Page
  • Create Hits Counter in JSP
  • Auto Refresh in JSP
  • JSP and Database
  • JSP Directives
  • How to create a full Website in JSP

Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)

  • JDBC Drivers
  • JDBC – SQL Syntax
  • JDBC Environment
  • How to Create Connections
  • Statements in JDBC
  • JDBC Result Sets
  • Data Types in JDBC
  • Operations Select, Insert, Drop, Delete, Update, Where, like etc
  • Exceptions Handling in JDBC
  • JDBC – Batch Processing


  • Hibernate Overview
  • ORM Overview
  • Hibernate Architecture
  • Hibernate Environment
  • Creating and Modifying the Hibernate Configuration File
  • Hibernate Sessions
  • Hibernate Persistent Class
  • Hibernate Mapping Files
  • Hibernate Examples
  • Hibernate O/R Mappings
  • Hibernate Annotations
  • Hibernate Query Language
  • Hibernate Batch Processing
  • Hibernate Native SQL


  • Spring Overview
  • Spring Framework – Architecture
  • Spring – IoC Containers
  • Spring – Bean
  • Spring – Bean Life Cycle
  • Spring – Dependency Injection
  • Event Handling in Spring

Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.