A general-purpose, high-level language, originally developed by Dennis M. Ritchie to develop the UNIX operating system at Bell Labs. This is one programming language without any expiry date. What makes it ideal for low level development is its closeness to the hardware, portability and usage of resource.

With it positive edge over other languages C is used as operating system kernels and embedded software.Major parts of Windows, Unix and Linux, Device drivers of new devices are still written in C as it provides you access to the basic elements of the computer. It allows you to manipulate and play with bits and bytes. Whenever it comes to performance (speed of execution), C is unbeatable.

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In this world of dynamic IT, new language come every day and gets obsolete. There must be something in the C language which has remained there for 3 decades and even today there is hardly any language which can match its strength.

The world is running on C-powered devices and so is the requirement of C programmers. We use these devices every day whether we realize it or not. C is the past, the present, and, as far as we can see, still the future for many areas of software.


Certificate in C

Introduction to C Programming

  • Why to use C?
  • C Compilers

Structure of C Programs

  • Preprocessor
  • Function
  • Statement and Expression
  • comments

Reserve words/ Keywords

C Basic Data type


  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Relational Operators
  • Logical Operators
  • Assignment Operator
  • Increment and Decrement Operator
  • Conditional Operator
  • Bitwise Operator
  • Special Operator

Making Decision

  • If Statement
  • Switch Case
  • Loops


  • Declaration
  • Initialize
  • Types of Array

Storage Classes in C Language

  • Automatic Storage Class
  • Register Storage Class
  • Static Storage Class
  • External Storage Class


  • About Function
  • Defining a function
  • Calling a function
  • Function arguments


  • About
  • Pointer Declaration
  • Accessing a variable through its pointer
  • Pointer Expressions
  • How to use pointers
  • Null pointers



  • Defining a structure
  • Accessing structure members
  • Structure as function Arguments
  • Pointers to Structure

Dynamic Memory Allocation

  • About
  • malloc()
  • calloc()
  • free()
  • realloc()

File Handling in C

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