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Java Server Pages (JSP) is a server-side technology for developing dynamic web sites. It is mainly used to implement the presentation layer (GUI part) of an application. Full JSP code is more like HTML with bits of Java code. JSP is a servlet extension, and each JSP page is first converted into a servlet by the JSP container before processing client requests. JavaServer Pages (JSP) is a Java standard technology that allows you to compose dynamic, data-driven pages for your Java web claims. JSP is made on top of the Java Servlet specification. The two technologies typically work together, especially in older Java web applications.

In Java server pages JSP, the execution is much faster compared to other dynamic languages. It is much better than Common Gateway Interface (CGI). Java server pages JSP are always compiled before its processed by the server as it reduces the effort of the server to create process. Java server pages JSP are built over Java Servlets API. Hence, it has access to all Java APIs, even it has access to JNDI, JDBC EJB and other components of java. JSP are used in MVC architecture (which will be covered in MVC architecture topic) as view layer. JSP is an important part of Java EE, which is a platform for enterprise level applications.

Much as Servlet technology does, the JSP method provides a web application. It can be considered an expansion of Servlet because it offers more features than servlet. Since we can differentiate design and development, the JSP pages are simpler to manage than Servlet. HTML tags and JSP tags are present in Java Server Pages. To access enterprise servers, Java Server Pages has an approach to the entire community of Java APIs, including the JDBC API. This tutorial will walk you to the path of building your own web application in convenient and simple steps using Java Server Pages.

Standard HTML does not contain dynamic data, whereas JSP does. JSP’s benefits are fairly straightforward. First of all, the dynamic component is implemented in Java, not Visual Basic or any platform-specific language, so it is smoother and simpler to use. Lastly, it is platform-independent. If we compare JSP and SSI, Server Side Includes is intended only for basic inclusions, not for actual systems that use form data, build links to databases, and etc.

This Uplatz Java Server Pages course by Uplatz provides an end-to-end look at Java Server Pages. You'll start from the beginning, learning the fundamentals of JSP, Directives, and Standard Actions. Next, you'll learn explore Java Standard Tag Library, Expression Language, Using Custom Tags, and Projects. By the end of this course, you will have a solid foundation to get started with Web Development using JSP.

 

Course/Topic - JSP (JavaServer Pages) - all lectures

  • In this first video on JSP, you will get a brief overview of some terminologies like World Wide Web, Web Application, What is Dynamic Web Page, HTTP, HTTP Requests, Get vs. Post, Servlet Container, Limitations of CGI. and the features of Servlets.

    • 22:20
  • In this tutorial, you will learn about Java Server Pages.

    • 20:21
  • In this video, you will learn about the Directory Structure in JSP, a complete overview of what is directory structure, how to use it and a practical demonstration of its implementation on the Eclipse window.

    • 18:13
  • This video is all about the in-depth concept on the lifecycle of a JSP page. Here the instructor will be seen explaining each and every details associated with the JSP lifecycle.

    • 13:18
  • In this first part of the Scripting Elements, you will get a detailed explanation about Scripting elements used in JSP. In short, you will learn about JSP tags. Here the tutor will be seen giving an overview about 3 different tags used in JSP which are scriplet tag, expressive tag and the declaration tag.This video will primary focus on the introduction to scriplet. Finally, the instructor will be seen demonstrating a small program writing scriplet inside a java program

    • 07:42
  • This is a continuation video to the scriplet tag and the program that was seen by the instructor writing scriplet inside a java program. Further, it will be followed with an overview on declaration tag and the syntax that is being used in this tag.

    • 30:46
  • In this video, the instructor will be seen modifying the previous program to count the number of pages that has been accessed. Here, the instructor will be showing how to write the code for the above work process in eclipse window.

    • 06:21
  • In this video, you will understand a very important concept of JSP which is the Implicit Object. You will get a complete theoretical overview of the Implicit Object and its type along with a practical demonstration on its implementation.

    • 26:42
  • This is the first part of the Implicit project where the instructor will be seen demonstrating a small project on it, which will help students in clearing all their doubts regarding Implicit Objects in JSP.

    • 27:41
  • This is the second part of the previous video where the instructor will be seen continuing with the program for demonstrating the project on Implicit Object.

    • 16:48
  • This video is a complete demonstration program on Implicit Project focusing on Login JSP. Here the tutor will be seeing explaining the process with a complete step by step process.

    • 29:41
  • In this course, you will learn about the Implicit Project Registration and the complete step by steps in implementing the steps. Here you will learn to design registration.jsp along with understanding the other concepts.

    • 21:14
  • In this video, you will learn to design success, failure and user exists.jsp. Here the instructor will be seen explaining each and every details on the above three concepts.

    • 17:03
  • Here, in this video, you will get to see the execution of the program done in the previous videos and find out the output of the project. This video consists of only the execution of the program and not the coding, which was done in the previous videos.

    • 06:16
  • In this chapter, we will discuss Directives in JSP. These directives provide directions and instructions to the container, telling it how to handle certain aspects of the JSP processing.

    • 24:25
  • The JSP directives are messages that tells the web container how to translate a JSP page into the corresponding servlet.

    • 29:33
  • This include directive is used to include the contents of any resource it may be JSP, file, html file or text file. They include directive includes the original content of the included resource at page translation time (the JSP, page is translated only once so it will be better to include static resource)

    • 24:42
  • They include directive is used to include a file during the translation phase. This directive tells the container to merge the content of other external files with the current JSP during the translation phase. You may code include directives anywhere in your JSP page.

    • 07:32
  • The jsp:useBean action tag is used to locate or instantiate a bean class. If bean object of the Bean class is already created, it doesn't create the bean depending on the scope. But if object of bean is not created, it instantiates the bean.

    • 26:21
  • In this video we will see how to use a bean class in JSP with the help of jsp:useBean, jsp:setProperty and jsp:getProperty action tags.

    • 22:57
  • In this video we will see how to use a bean class in JSP with the help of jsp:useBean, jsp:setProperty and jsp:getProperty action tags.

    • 05:42
  • The jsp: include action tag is used to include the content of another resource it may be jsp, html or servlet. The jsp include action tag includes the resource at request time so it is better for dynamic pages because there might be changes in future. The jsp: include tag can be used to include static as well as dynamic pages.

    • 46:56
  • Include action tag is used for including another resource to the current JSP page. The included resource can be a static page in HTML, JSP page or Servlet. We can also pass parameters and their values to the resource which we are including. Below I have shared two examples of , one which includes a page without passing any parameters and in second example we are passing few parameters to the page which is being included.

    • 10:55
  • JSP forward action tag is used for forwarding a request to another resource (It can be a JSP, static page such as html or Servlet). Request can be forwarded with or without parameter. In this tutorial we will see examples of action tag

    • 21:19
  • The forward action terminates the action of the current page and forwards the request to another resource such as a static page, another JSP page, or a Java Servlet.

    • 22:15
  • The Expression Language (EL) simplifies the accessibility of data stored in the Java Bean component, and other objects like request, session, application etc.

    • 21:23
  • JSP Expression Language (EL) makes it possible to easily access application data stored in JavaBeans components. JSP EL allows you to create expressions both (a) arithmetic and (b) logical. Within a JSP EL expression, you can use integers, floating point numbers, strings, the built-in constants true and false for boolean values, and null.

    • 18:49
  • Expression Language (EL) is mechanism that simplifies the accessibility of the data stored in Java bean component and other object like request, session and application, etc. There are many operators in JSP that are used in EL like arithmetic and logical operators to perform an expression. It was introduced in JSP.

    • 21:57
  • JSP is primarily used for view purpose. But even to display result of business logic, we need to access the data, process the data, store it in some scope in JSP. We have discussed how to do all these in JSP using scripting tags in earlier chapter.

    • 14:54
  • A JavaBean is a specially constructed Java class written in the Java and coded according to the JavaBeans API specifications.

    • 28:19
  • A JavaBean property is a named attribute that can be accessed by the user of the object. The attribute can be of any Java data type, including the classes that you define.

    • 29:53
  • According to Java white paper, it is a reusable software component. A bean encapsulates many objects into one object so that we can access this object from multiple places. Moreover, it provides easy maintenance.

    • 04:14
  • In this chapter, we will understand the different tags in JSP. The JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Library (JSTL) is a collection of useful JSP tags which encapsulates the core functionality common to many JSP applications.

    • 22:49
  • The JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL) represents a set of tags to simplify the JSP development.

    • 31:54
  • The tag formats a URL into a string and stores it into a variable. This tag automatically performs URL rewriting when necessary. The var attribute specifies the variable that will contain the formatted URL.

    • 11:09
  • The tag executes an SQL SELECT statement and saves the result in a scoped variable.

    • 27:16
  • The tag is used for executing the SQL DML query defined in its sql attribute or in the tag body. It may be SQL UPDATE, INSERT or DELETE statements.

    • 17:43
  • JSTL sql tag executes the SQL 'insert', 'update' or 'delete' statements specified in its body or in its sql attribute. It executes the specified query and stores the 'number of rows affected by operation' in a scoped variable.

    • 19:34
  • The tag used as a nested action for the tag and the tag to supply a value for a value placeholder. If a null value is provided, the value is set to SQL NULL for the placeholder.

    • 24:52
  • The JSTL function provides several standard functions, most of these functions are common string manipulation functions.

    • 11:48
  • JSTL stands for JSP standard tag Library which is a collection of very useful core tags and functions. These tags and functions will help you write JSP code efficiently.

    • 32:19
  • Java Server Pages Tag Library (JSTL) is a set of tags that can be used for implementing some common operations such as looping, conditional formatting, and others. In this session, we'll be discussing how to setup JSTL and how to use its numerous tags.

    • 25:39
  • MVC stands for Model View and Controller. It is a design pattern that separates the business logic, presentation logic and data. Controller acts as an interface between View and Model. Controller intercepts all the incoming requests.

    • 41:29
  • In this last video, we'll create a small web application that implements the Model View Controller (MVC) design pattern, using basic Servlets and JSPs. We'll explore a little bit about how MVC works, and its key features before we move on to the implementation.

    • 06:15
Course Objectives Back to Top

Explain the fundamentals of HTML and HTTP in the World Wide Web.

Describe JavaServer Pages and their relationship to servlets and J2EE generally.

Describe how a JSP is translated into a servlet and processed at runtime.

Explain the use of directives on JSPs and outline the principal directives.

Implement simple JSPs that use Java code in declarations, expressions and scriptlets.

Enumerate and use the implicit objects available to scripting elements.

Implement an interactive Web application using HTML forms and JSP.

Use Java exception handling and JSP error pages to handle errors in JSP applications.

Implement session management for a JSP application.

Manage cookies to store client-specific information at various scopes and durations.

Use JavaBeans to implement effective interactive JSP applications.

Describe custom tags in JSP and explain how they are implemented, both using Java and JSP itself, and how they are used.

Discuss threading issues in JSP and describe the use of directives to control how threading is handled.

Describe the various uses of XML in JSP applications.

Deploy a logical Web application to a Web server in a WAR file.

Describe the use of the JSP expression language to simplify dynamic page output.

Write JSP expressions and implement JSPs that use them in favor of scripts.

Implement JSPs that use basic JSTL actions to simplify presentation logic.

Decompose a JSP application design into fine-grained, reusable elements including JavaBeans, custom tag handlers and tag files that use JSTL.

Course Syllabus Back to Top

JSP (Java Server Pages) - Course Syllabus

 

Topics covered

  1. Introduction to Web

  2. Introduction to JSP

  3. Directory Structure

  4. Lifecycle JSP

  5. Scripting Elements - part 1

  6. Scripting Elements - part 2

  7. Scripting Elements - part 3

  8. Implicit Object Request

  9. Implicit Project - part 1

  10. Implicit Project - part 2

  11. Implicit Project (Login) - part 3

  12. Implicit Project (Reg) - part 4

  13. Implicit Project - part 5

  14. Implicit Project (Output) - part 6

  15. Directives Page - part 1

  16. Directive Page - part 2

  17. Directive Include - part 1

  18. Directive Include - part 2

  19. JSP Action Tag - Usebean - part 1

  20. JSP Action Tag - Usebean - part 2

  21. JSP Action Tag - Usebean - part 3

  22. JSP - Include Action Tag - part 1

  23. JSP - Include Action - part 2

  24. JSP - Forward Action - part 1

  25. JSP - Forward Action - part 2

  26. Expression Language - part 1

  27. Expression Language (Param) - part 2

  28. Expression Language - part 3

  29. Expression Language (RequestScope) - part 4

  30. Java Bean using Expression Language - part 1

  31. Java Bean using Expression Language - part 2

  32. Java Bean using Expression Language - part 3

  33. JSTL Core - part 1

  34. JSTL Core - part 2

  35. JSTL Core (URL) - part 3

  36. JSTL SQL - part 1

  37. JSTL SQL (Update) - part 2

  38. JSTL SQL Update - part 3

  39. SQL Param

  40. JSTL - Function - part 1

  41. JSTL - Function - part 2

  42. JSTL - Function - part 3

  43. MVC in JSP - part 1

  44. MVC in JSP - part 2

 

Detailed-level list of topics covered

1. Web Applications

  • Server-Side Programming

  • Web Protocols and Web Applications

  • Role of Web Servers

  • Java Servlets

  • Using Tomcat Web server

  • Structure of a Java Servlet

2. Servlets Architecture

  • Servlets Architecture

  • Servlet and HttpServlet

  • Request and Response

  • Reading Request Parameters

  • Producing an HTML Response

  • Redirecting the Web Server

  • Deployment Descriptors

  • Servlets Life Cycle

  • Relationship to the Container

3. Interactive Web Applications

  • Building an HTML Interface

  • HTML Forms

  • Handling Form Input

  • Application Architecture

  • Single-Servlet Model

  • Multiple-Servlet Model

  • Routing Servlet Model

  • Template Parsers

4. Session Management

  • Managing Client State

  • Sessions

  • Session Implementations

  • HttpSession

  • Session Attributes

  • Session Events

  • Invalidating Sessions

5. Configuration and Context

  • The Need for Configuration

  • Initialization Parameters

  • Properties Files

  • JNDI and the Component Environment

  • JDBC Data Sources

  • Working with XML Data

6. Filters

  • Servlet Filters

  • Uses for Filters

  • Building a Filter

  • Filter Configuration and Context

  • Filter Chains

  • Deploying Filters

7. Database and SQL Fundamentals

  • Relational Databases and SQL

  • SQL Versions and Code Portability

  • Database, Schema, Tables, Columns and Rows

  • DDL - Creating and Managing Database Objects

  • DML - Retrieving and Managing Data

  • Sequences

  • Stored Procedures

  • Result Sets and Cursors

  • Using SQL Terminals

8. JDBC Fundamentals

  • What is the JDBC API?

  • JDBC Drivers

  • Making a Connection

  • Creating and Executing a Statement

  • Retrieving Values from a ResultSet

  • SQL and Java Datatypes

  • SQL NULL Versus Java null

  • Creating and Updating Tables

  • Handling SQL Exceptions and Proper Cleanup

  • Handling SQLWarning

9. Advanced JDBC

  • SQL Escape Syntax

  • Using Prepared Statements

  • Using Callable Statements

  • Scrollable Result Sets

  • Updatable Result Sets

  • Transactions

  • Commits, Rollbacks, and Savepoints

  • Batch Processing

  • Alternatives to JDBC

10. Introduction to Row Sets

  • Row Sets in GUI and J2EE programming

  • Advantages of RowSets

  • RowSet Specializations

  • Using CachedRowSets

11. JSP Architecture

  • JSP Containers

  • Servlet Architecture

  • Page Translation

  • Types of JSP Content

  • Directives

  • Content Type

  • Buffering

  • Scripting Elements

  • JSP Expressions

  • Standard Actions

  • Custom Actions and JSTL

  • Objects and Scopes

  • Implicit Objects

  • JSP Lifecycle

12. Scripting Elements

  • Translation of Template Content

  • Scriptlets

  • Expressions

  • Declarations

  • Dos and Don'ts

  • Implicit Objects for Scriptlets

  • The request Object

  • The response Object

  • The out Object

13. Interactive JSP Applications

  • HTML Forms

  • Reading CGI Parameters

  • JSPs and Java Classes

  • Error Handling

  • Session Management

  • The Session API

  • Cookies and JSP

14. Using JavaBeans

  • Separating Presentation and Business Logic

  • JSP Actions

  • JavaBeans

  • Working with Properties

  •  

  • and

  • Using Form Parameters with Beans

  • Objects and Scopes

  • Working with Vectors

15. The Expression Language and the JSTL

  • Going Scriptless

  • The JSP Expression Language

  • EL Syntax

  • Type Coercio

  • Error Handling

  • Implicit Objects for EL

  • The JSP Standard Tag Library

  • Role of JSTL

  • The Core Actions

  • Using Beans with JSTL

  • The Formatting Actions

  • Scripts vs. EL/JSTL

16. Advanced JSP Features

  • Web Components

  • Forwarding

  • Inclusion

  • Passing Parameters

  • Custom Tag Libraries

  • Tag Library Architecture

  • Implementing in Java or JSP

  • Threads

  • Strategies for Thread Safety

  • XML and JSP

17. JSP for Web Services

Certification Back to Top

The JSP (Java Server Pages) Certification ensures you know planning, production and measurement techniques needed to stand out from the competition. 

A JSP page is a text document that contains two types of text: static data, which can be expressed in any text-based format (such as HTML, SVG, WML, and XML), and JSP elements, which construct dynamic content. The recommended file extension for the source file of a JSP page is . jsp.

JavaServer Pages (JSP) is a Java standard technology that enables you to write dynamic, data-driven pages for your Java web applications. JSP is built on top of the Java Servlet specification. The two technologies typically work together, especially in older Java web applications.

This standard was developed by Sun Microsystems as an alternative to Microsoft's active server page (ASP) technology. JSP pages are similar to ASP pages in that they are compiled on the server, rather than in a user's Web browser. 

The advantages of JSP are twofold. First, the dynamic part is written in Java, not Visual Basic or other MS specific language, so it is more powerful and easier to use. Second, it is portable to other operating systems and non-Microsoft Web servers.

Uplatz online training guarantees the participants to successfully go through the  JSP (Java Server PagesCertification provided by Uplatz. Uplatz provides appropriate teaching and expertise training to equip the participants for implementing the learnt concepts in an organization.

Course Completion Certificate will be awarded by Uplatz upon successful completion of the JSP (Java Server PagesOnline course.

Career & Jobs Back to Top

The JSP (Java Server Pages Draws an average salary of $101,000 per year depending on their knowledge and hands-on experience.

Scope decides the accessibility of an object or variable. For example, some variables are accessible within a for loop, if-else block or within a specific method or class or package. Advertisements. Same way, in JSP some variables need to have different scopes than others.

The page directive is used to provide instructions to the container that pertains to the current JSP page. You may code the page directives anywhere in your JSP page. By convention, page directives are coded at the top of the JSP page.

Note that salaries are generally higher at large companies rather than small ones. Your salary will also differ based on the market you work in.

Application Developer.

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Interview Questions Back to Top

1) What is JSP?

Java Server Pages technology (JSP) is a server-side programming language used to create a dynamic web page in the form of HyperText Markup Language (HTML). It is an extension to the servlet technology.

A JSP page is internally converted into the servlet. JSP has access to the entire family of the Java API including JDBC API to access enterprise database. Hence, Java language syntax has been used in the java server pages (JSP). The JSP pages are more accessible to maintain than Servlet because we can separate designing and development. It provides some additional features such as Expression Language, Custom Tags, etc.

2) What are the life-cycle methods for a JSP?

Method

Description

public void jspInit()

It is invoked only once, same as init method of the servlet.

public void _jspService(ServletRequest request,ServletResponse)throws ServletException,IOException

It is invoked at each request, same as service() method of the servlet.

public void jspDestroy()

It is invoked only once, same as destroy() method of the servlet.

3) List out some advantages of using JSP.

o   Better performance.

o   The compilation of JSP is done before it is processed by the server which eradicates the need for loading of interpreter and code script each time.

o   JSP has access to all-powerful enterprises.
Easy to maintain: JSP can be easily managed because we can easily separate our business logic with presentation logic. In Servlet technology, we mix our business logic with the presentation logic.

o   JSP can also be used in combination with servlets.

4) Give the syntax for JSP comments.

The syntax for JSP comments is:

1.     <%-- Comment --%>  

5) What is the difference between hide comment and output comment?

The JSP comment is called hide comment whereas HTML comment is called output comment. If a user views the source of the page, the JSP comment will not be shown whereas HTML comment will be displayed.

6) What are the JSP implicit objects?

JSP provides nine implicit objects by default. They are as follows:

Object

Type

1) out

JspWriter

2) request

HttpServletRequest

3) response

HttpServletResponse

4) config

ServletConfig

5) session

HttpSession

6) application

ServletContext

7) pageContext

PageContext

8) page

Object

9) exception

Throwable

7) What is the difference between include directive and include action?

include directive

include action

1) The include directive includes the content at page translation time.

1) The include action includes the content at request time.

2) The include directive includes the original content of the page, so page size increases at runtime

2) The include action doesn't include the original content rather invokes the include() method of Vendor provided class.

3) It's better for static pages.

3) 3) It's better for dynamic pages.

 

8) Is JSP technology extensible?

Yes. JSP technology is extensible through the development of custom actions, or tags, which are encapsulated in tag libraries.

9) How can I implement a thread-safe JSP page? What are the advantages and Disadvantages of using it?

You can make your JSPs thread-safe by having them implement the SingleThreadModel interface. This is done by adding the directive <%@ page isThreadSafe="false" %> within your JSP page.

10) How can I prevent the output of my JSP or Servlet pages from being cached by the browser?

1.     <%  

2.     response.setHeader("Cache-Control","no-store");   

3.     response.setHeader("Pragma","no-cache");   

4.     response.setHeader ("Expires", "0"); //prevents caching at the proxy server  

5.     %>   

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A14. Premium Career tracks are programs consisting of video courses that lead to skills required by C-suite executives such as CEO, CTO, CFO, and so on. These programs will help you gain knowledge and acumen to become a senior management executive.

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A15. Uplatz offers 2 types of unlimited subscription, Monthly and Yearly. Our monthly subscription give you unlimited access to our more than 300 video courses with 6000 hours of learning content. The plan renews each month. Minimum committment is for 1 year, you can cancel anytime after 1 year of enrolment. Our yearly subscription gives you unlimited access to our more than 300 video courses with 6000 hours of learning content. The plan renews every year. Minimum committment is for 1 year, you can cancel the plan anytime after 1 year. Check our monthly and yearly subscription here https://training.uplatz.com/online-it-courses.php?search=subscription

Q16. Do you provide software access with video course?
A16. Software access can be purchased seperately at an additional cost. The cost varies from course to course but is generally in between GBP 20 to GBP 40 per month.

Q17. Does your course guarantee a job?
A17. Our course is designed to provide you with a solid foundation in the subject and equip you with valuable skills. While the course is a significant step toward your career goals, its important to note that the job market can vary, and some positions might require additional certifications or experience. Remember that the job landscape is constantly evolving. We encourage you to continue learning and stay updated on industry trends even after completing the course. Many successful professionals combine formal education with ongoing self-improvement to excel in their careers. We are here to support you in your journey!

Q18. Do you provide placement services?
A18. While our course is designed to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the subject, we currently do not offer placement services as part of the course package. Our main focus is on delivering high-quality education and equipping you with essential skills in this field. However, we understand that finding job opportunities is a crucial aspect of your career journey. We recommend exploring various avenues to enhance your job search:
a) Career Counseling: Seek guidance from career counselors who can provide personalized advice and help you tailor your job search strategy.
b) Networking: Attend industry events, workshops, and conferences to build connections with professionals in your field. Networking can often lead to job referrals and valuable insights.
c) Online Professional Network: Leverage platforms like LinkedIn, a reputable online professional network, to explore job opportunities that resonate with your skills and interests.
d) Online Job Platforms: Investigate prominent online job platforms in your region and submit applications for suitable positions considering both your prior experience and the newly acquired knowledge. e.g in UK the major job platforms are Reed, Indeed, CV library, Total Jobs, Linkedin.
While we may not offer placement services, we are here to support you in other ways. If you have any questions about the industry, job search strategies, or interview preparation, please dont hesitate to reach out. Remember that taking an active role in your job search process can lead to valuable experiences and opportunities.

Q19. How do I enrol in Uplatz video courses?
A19. To enroll, click on "Buy This Course," You will see this option at the top of the page.
a) Choose your payment method.
b) Stripe for any Credit or debit card from anywhere in the world.
c) PayPal for payments via PayPal account.
d) Choose PayUmoney if you are based in India.
e) Start learning: After payment, your course will be added to your profile in the student dashboard under "Video Courses".

Q20. How do I access my course after payment?
A20. Once you have made the payment on our website, you can access your course by clicking on the "My Courses" option in the main menu or by navigating to your profile, then the student dashboard, and finally selecting "Video Courses".

Q21. Can I get help from a tutor if I have doubts while learning from a video course?
A21. Tutor support is not available for our video course. If you believe you require assistance from a tutor, we recommend considering our live class option. Please contact our team for the most up-to-date availability. The pricing for live classes typically begins at USD 999 and may vary.



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