Course Objective

The course prepares the participants to learn and apply various testing methodologies employed by the industry through hands-on learning. The pedagogy focuses on application of concepts. Master trainers with vast Industry experience will train the students ably supported by technical assistants. The course also covers Java.

Course Description Manual Testing
  • Principles and psychology of testing.
  • Software Development Life Cycle Models
  • White Box and Black Box Testing
  • STLC
  • Integration, System, Ad-hoc, Regression, and Acceptance Testing
  • Test Planning, Execution, and Reporting
  • Defect Management
Automation Testing
  • QC – Creating test cases
  • QC – Mapping test cases with release cycle, requirements, etc.
  • QC – Test Metrics
  • QTP – Creating simple record/ playback strips
  • QTP – Handling exceptions
  • QTP – QC Integration
  • VB – Scripting Essentials
  • Performance Testing & Web Based Testing New
Course Duration

3½ months (100 days full- time course.)

Also available 8 weeks Fast track course.


B.E./ B.Tech./ M.C.A., 2013 graduate with minimum 60% marks. Understanding of OOP & Java programming experience is desirable.

Special Morning and Evening Batches New

Core Java Topics
  • Core Java Development, OOPS Concepts
  • Development Tools: Eclipse
  • Sockets & Multi-threading
  • Java Application Development Project
  • Introduction to RDBMS, SQL & JDBC
Employability Skills
  • Quantitative and Analytical skills
  • Inroduction to UNIX & Shell Scripting
  • Business Communication skills
  • Interviewing & Life-Skills
Placement and Certification

Laqsh will provide placement assistance to all candidates who fulfill the academic requirements including assignments, tests and 95% of attendance.

Why is Software Testing done in organizations and why are testers needed?

Delivery of global delivery capabilities, rapid maturity of tools and processes and new technologies such as virtualization, cloud computing and open source have played a positive role in increased adoption of offshore software testing service.

Is testing technically challenging?

Certainly, twenty years ago when most testing was manual and products simplistic testing was viewed very casually, but in today’s scenario testing stream is parallel to the development stream and challenging.

What is the job prospect for a Software Tester in India?

Testing accounts for 20-25% of total IT spend. 20-30% of development lifecycle is spent on testing. In 2011 there were around 63,000 employees in Software Testing Service in India. By 2020, Software testing related services is expected to quadruple and account for 17 percent of incremental IT services revenue growth.

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