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Java Course in Nepal : Full Introduction and Explained in Details for Intake in 2022

A program for Armstrong Number in Java using Recursion

Let’s talk about Java Course in Nepal today. Java is a popular programming language among enthusiasts across the world. Likewise, Java has gained popularity in Nepalese Technical Training as well in no time.

Today Java is accepted by most universities as the major programming and training course to develop the skills of their learners. The school-level students to university graduates are enjoying the different flavours (Frameworks) of Java.

Java Training Course in Nepal

In Java Course, students will be asked to explore the influences and forces that affect their creative processes as they develop their identities as creative thinkers and producers of the software.

Upon completion, of the Java course, enrolled students should be able to:

  • identify and explain theories about Java;
  • identify and explain Java principles involving different sorts of development
  • research and synthesize ideas from outside resources;
  • Experiment with a variety of media and formats to develop creative concepts;
A program for Armstrong Number in Java using Recursion
A program for Armstrong Number in Java using Recursion

Course Structure of Java in Nepal

While we still know relatively little about how creativity develops and manifests, research on the topic abounds across disciplines. One theory by Mark Batey suggests that the creative profile can be explained by four primary creativity traits, which might explain best how this course is structured:

Student Evaluation after Java Course in Nepal

Students must be evaluated after their training likewise in every field. They must be evaluated on different criteria based on inter-class and intraclass activities. Some training centres prioritize the following:

Introduction 5 %
Experimental and Exercise Projects 25 %
Midterm Project 15 %
Final Project 15 %
Midterm Exam 15 %
Final Exam 10 %
Class Participation, Quizzes, and Attendance 15 %
Total 100 %

Experimental and Exercise Projects

The projects are designed to inspire students to exercise creativity, risk-taking, fluid idea generation, and collaboration.

Projects may include but are not limited to Journal/Creative Self Portrait, Music-Inspired

Project (ungraded), Dream-Inspired Project, Photography Project, Conceptual Elaboration Project, Time-based Media/Interactive Game Project

  1. Midterm and Final Projects: demonstrate creativity, strong production values, strategic communication, and application of aesthetic principles appropriate to the development used.
  2. Midterm and Final Exams: The midterm covers information in-class discussion and in the PowerPoint presentations up to the midpoint in the semester. Most questions are fill-in-the-blank, with some multiple choice and true/false. The final reviews questions from the midterm and incorporates information given in-class discussion and in the PowerPoint presentations from midterm to the end of the semester.

Class Participation and Attendance

Attendance: There is a maximum of 2 excused absences (requiring verification through the institute or medical administrative authority), and 2 unexcused absences. More than 4 absences will result in lowering the final grade by one letter grade.

Unexcused absences include personal absences for any reason. Emailing the instructor that you will be absent does not constitute an excused absence. Absences beyond those listed above will result in a deduction of one letter grade in the final grade for the class.

Arriving late and leaving class early is noted in the attendance log and will be considered as part of class participation when determining the final grade.

Class Participation: The personal use of laptops and smartphones during instruction has been proven to undermine the capacity of students to pay full attention and can lead to lower grades in some cases by up to 70%: “The more time students said that they typically text, use social media or read online during class, the lower their grades are”1.

This includes the distraction of keeping smartphones on the desk during instruction. For this reason, students are asked to keep their smartphones in their backpacks or purses and to keep laptops closed during instruction. Failure to do so will result in being asked to leave the class and will result in being marked absent for that class. There will be two technology breaks during the class period in which students can check their devices and text if necessary.

See Also: Java Training in Nepal: How to enroll for Java course in Nepal in 2022?

Checking Class Assignments

You may get your  U.T.  emails daily. Your teacher may Forward it to your Regular Email. Students will be informed of due dates class content and updates through their U.T. email addresses and through announcements posted on Blackboard.

So check your U.T. email boxes and announcements daily. Announcements are generally sent out to email addresses once they are posted.

You are responsible for all information that is emailed to you. For convenience, you might want to have your U.T. mail forwarded. I will not take class time to reiterate information I have sent via email or that is posted in an announcement.

Penalty on Late Work Submission and Absence

Unexcused: Late projects and papers will be docked 10 points per class meeting overdue for unexcused absences. Quizzes, tests, and class activities cannot be made up.

Excused: University policy requires that instructors excuse students for the following events and allow students to make up work (some instructors may require documentation, as I do). Contact your instructor as soon as possible about unforeseeable events. • Court-imposed legal obligations (e.g., jury duty and subpoenas)

  • Medical procedure
  • Required participation in University-sponsored events

( e.g., performances, athletic events, academic research presentations )

  • Observation of religious holy days
  • Requirements for military service
  • Unscheduled absences involving unforeseen emergencies such as injury, hospitalization, deaths in the immediate family, consequences of severe weather and other crises.

NOTE: You are responsible for deadlines even if printers or other technologies are malfunctioning so please do not wait for the day a project is due to print it out. Assignments are due at the beginning of class so that we can discuss them during class. If you are late to class, your project will also be considered late.

Grading Scale Specifications

93-100 A Outstanding
89-92 A/B Excellent
84-88 B Very Good
78-83 B/C Good
74-77 C Average
70-73 C/D Below Average
60-69 D Passing
0-59 F Failure

One-on-one student consultations will automatically be scheduled as part of the course, or do not hesitate to discuss any thoughts or concerns at any time throughout the course. Private appointments will be accommodated upon request.

General Rules and Disclaimer

The professor reserves the right to make changes to this Syllabus and coursework are as necessary to meet the needs and speed of class progress.  All changes will be announced either in class or on Blackboard.  It is your responsibility to obtain updated information for assignment due dates.

Puskar Nath, a 19-year-old science stream graduate from Himalayan Whitehouse International College, is a budding author with a passion for sharing his thoughts and ideas through writing.

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