'Basics of Python Programming | Learn by Doing' Bootcamp for National Engineering College


After completing this course you will:

  • Have a good working knowledge of the Fundamentals of Python Programming Language.
  • Learn various concepts like lists, functions, and tuples that are used to create interesting applications in python.
  • Get a simple calculator program application that you can customize, showcase and share, using the existing source code.

Complete this course in 3 easy steps to earn your certificate & badge!

STEP 1 : Watch the below self-guided tutorial.
STEP 2 : Practice as you watch the video by installing and working with the kandi 1-click solution kit.
STEP 3 : Complete the assessment to receive your certificate & badge.


Watch this self-guided tutorial on Basics of Python Programming which includes an understanding of high level language (like English), basic understanding of OOPs concepts, integrated development environment (IDE) used to write code + interpret it and a debugger to help solve issues to build your own calculator application in Python.


Click the below button to access the python programming kandi kit. This kit has all the required dependencies and resources you need to build your application.

Click on the 1-Click Installer button on the kandi kit page to install the python programming kit. On installing and running this kit, you will have a working model that you can customize and use in your project.

In case you want to review the session, feel free to watch the recording HERE.

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Complete a short assessment and earn your certificate & badge now. Congrats
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Your assessment will be reviewed and you will receive a verified certificate & badge via email within a week.


Reach out to us by replying below for any help you may need with this course.

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1. How familiar are you with the Python programming language?

  • This is my first Python course
  • Beginner level
  • Intermediary level
  • Advanced level

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2. A python program file has which of these extensions?

  • .pyc
  • .py
  • .pynb
  • .pf

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3. Python was developed as a successor to which language?

  • ABC
  • XYZ
  • BCD

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