We provide extensive training in Android. We guide, mentor and help students learn Android App development to solve Real-world problems.

Course structure

  • Recorded videos on YouTube (FREE)
  • LIVE Doubts clearing sessions
  • Handcrafted assignments
  • Feedback & suggestions on Assignments
  • Guidance & help in personal projects
  • Team & opportunity to work on Real-world projects with the team
Duration : 4 - 8 weeks

You’ll pay for :

Videos are available for FREE but you’ll have to pay for :

  • Assignments & feedback on them
  • LIVE Doubts sessions (frequency based on number of doubts)
  • Guidance & help in your personal project
  • Team & opportunity to work on Real-world projects with the team

Learning Process



  • You should have good programming experience (preferably in C, C++ or Java).
  • Apart from regular programs, you must have additional programs.
  • Once registered, you’ll have to pass an interview test where you will be scored based on your Programming background, English knowledge, Imagination skills, Critical thinking etc.


Phase 1
Module 1 : Java Basics
Module 2 : Java Collections
Module 3 : Java OOPS

Topics - Data types, Strings, Control Flow, Operators, Loops, Lists, HashMap, OOPS

  • These 3 modules consist of just 3rd party resources for you to get started with Java. Note that these modules DO NOT CONTAIN OUR VIDEOS. We are NOT GOING TO TEACH YOU ALL THIS. But we can clear your doubts. In these 3 modules, you just get
    • List of programs to do
    • (FREE 3rd party) Videos & Articles to learn from
    • Assignment
    • Assistance in learning the concepts
Phase 2

Starting from this phase, you get our recorded videos which you can watch as you like.

Module 4 : Model classes for Android

Learning - You’ll learn how to model your business logic in the form of classes & objects

Module 5 : Getting started with Android

Topics - Basic Android Architecture, App components, Layouts, Views, ViewGroups, Activities, Intents

Module 6 : Where Imagination finds Expression

Topics - Activity Lifecycle, Instance State, SharedPreferences, Dialogs, Dynamic LinearLayout, ImageView, ActionBar, Animations, Interfaces & Callbacks

Module 7 : Lists

Topics - ListView, RecyclerView, ViewHolder, Data Binders, Adapters

Phase 3

Starting from this phase, you’ll have to collaborate with other teammates and work together instead of doing it all alone. You’ll use GitHub in it’s true sense.

Module 8 : Working together

You’ll build an E-commerce system (2 apps - Admin & User) where Admin will add some products & User cam purchase them online.

Module 9 : Data in the cloud

Topics - App signing, Firebase Authentication & Authorization, Firestore, Crashlytics, Storage, Remote Config

Module 10 : Connecting the dots

Topics - FCM

Apps you’ll build

  • A complete E-commerce system
  • Gallery App
  • Many small apps

After the course

Course’s end is not the end. Rather it’s just the beginning. After the course, you’ll work on projects with us. That is when you will actually learn the concepts.

Sample Videos


  • Most of the videos will be in Hinglish. But a few might be entirely in English.

  • Android has no end, it’s a very broad topic. We or anyone else can’t cover everything you need to build an app, in video format.

  • In Development, you learn as and when required. Apart from the videos, you have to learn on your own from the internet & then do the assignments.

  • Practice is the key. Watching video & learning concept isn’t enough, you have to practice, practice & practice. It’s only through practice that you will gain true knowledge.

  • The complete course is self paced, but we have set deadlines for each assignment. If you can’t complete within the deadline, it indicates that you are a slow learner. In such a case,

    • you should give your best,
    • push your limits,
    • find your weak points & strengthen them
    • Ask for doubts (if any)