SQL Online Training

SQL Online Training, Introduction to Databases, SQL Course Syllabus, SQL Basic Syntax, Data Types, Operators, Functions, Clauses, Data Definition Language, Data Manipulation Language, and Data Control Language.

This SQL Online Training is intended to learn How to Create and Store Data , Manipulate Data, and Retrieve Data in Relational Databases using Structured Query Language (SQL).

Structured Query Language (SQL) is a standardized programming language that is used to manage relational databases and perform various operations on the data in them. Initially it was created in the 1970s.

SQL Online Training

SQL Weekday (Monday to Friday) Online Training Program will commence on:


20+ hours of live classes and the same 20 hours of recorded sessions (private videos).

Duration: Four Weeks  (20+ hours)

Course Fee: 7,000 INR 

Training Schedule for Weekday Training (Monday to Friday) .

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM – Indian Standard Time

Contact Details:

Email: gcrindia@gmail.com
Mobile: 91-8247651514
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This course is designed for students who desire an intermediate level of proficiency with the Structured Query Language (SQL). Prerequisite: Basic computer literacy including ability to create and manipulate files and install software.

Course Objectives:

  • Learn structured query language (SQL) to an intermediate level.
  • Understand the structure and design of relational databases.
  • Be able to write SQL statements that create database objects.
  • Be able to write SQL statements that edit existing data.
  • Be able to write data retrieval queries and evaluate the result set.
  • Understand the importance and major issues of database security and the maintenance of data integrity.

SQL Training Course Syllabus

1. Introduction to Databases and RDBMS

What is Data, Types of Data, What is DBMS, What is RDBMS, Types of Database Management Systems, What is Database, and What are Tables & Other Database Objects.

2. Introduction to SQL

What is SQL?, Purpose of SQL, Who should learn SQL?, What are the subsets of SQL?, Data Definition Language, Data Manipulation Language, and Data Control Language.

3. Install a Database Engine

Database Engine is required to use/practice SQL Commands / Queries, we can use any Database Engine either Oracle or MySQL or MS SQL Server etc…

4. SQL Syntax

The syntax of the structured query language is a unique set of rules and guidelines, which is not case-sensitive. Its Syntax is defined and maintained by the ISO and ANSI standards.

5. SQL Data Types

Data types are used to represent the nature of the data that can be stored in the database table. For example, in a particular column of a table, if we want to store a string type of data then we will have to declare a string data type of this column.

6. SQL Operators

An operator is a reserved character or word which is used in a SQL statement to query our database. We use a WHERE clause to query a database using operators. Operators are needed to specify conditions in a SQL statement.

7. SQL – Data Definition Language

Data Definition Language (DDL) is a language used for defining and modifying the data and its structure. It is used to build and modify the structure of our tables and other objects in the database.

8. SQL – Data Manipulation Language

Data Manipulation Language (DML) is used to access and modify database data by using the select, update, insert, delete, truncate, begin, commit, and rollback commands.

9. SQL – Data Control Language

Data Control Language(DCL) deals with the commands used in SQL that permit a user to access, modify or work on the different privileges in order to control the database.

10. SQL Functions

What is a Function?, Different types of SQL Functions, SQL String Functions, SQL Numeric Functions, SQL Date Functions, and SQL Conversion Functions.

11. SQL Stored Procedures

Stored procedures for reusing statements, They are similar to user defined functions in programming. They can accept parameters, and perform operations when we call them.

12. SQL Queries and Sub Queries

The SQL queries are the most common and essential SQL operations. Via an SQL query, one can search the database for the information needed. SQL queries are executed with the “SELECT” statement. An SQL query can be more specific, with the help of several clauses.

13. SQL Clauses

SQL clauses (WHERE, GROUP BY, HAVING, and ORDER BY, Etc.) help us to retrieve a set or bundles of records from the table. They help us to specify a condition on the columns or the records of a table.

14. SQL Joins

The SQL Joins clause is used to combine records from two or more tables in a database, based on a common field between them. Different types of Joins are INNER JOIN, LEFT JOIN, RIGHT JOIN, and FULL JOIN.

15. SQL Views

Views in SQL are considered as a virtual table. A view also contains rows and columns. To create the view, we can select the fields from one or more tables present in the database. A view can either have specific rows based on certain condition or all the rows of a table.

16. SQL Indexes

The CREATE INDEX statement is used to create indexes in tables.

Indexes are used to retrieve data from the database more quickly than otherwise. The users cannot see the indexes, they are just used to speed up searches/queries.

17. SQL Transactions

A SQL transaction is a grouping of one or more SQL statements that interact with a database. A transaction in its entirety can commit to a database as a single logical unit or rollback (become undone) as a single logical unit. In SQL, transactions are essential for maintaining database integrity.

18. SQL Injection

SQL injection is a code injection technique that might destroy your database. It is one of the most common web hacking techniques. It is the placement of malicious code in SQL statements, via web page input.

19. SQL Triggers

A trigger in SQL is a procedural code that is automatically executed in response to certain events on a specified table.

Creating Triggers in SQL, Display a Trigger in SQL, Drop a Trigger in SQL, Advantages of Triggers in SQL, and Disadvantages of Triggers in SQL.

20. SQL vs. NoSQL

SQL databases are vertically scalable, while NoSQL databases are horizontally scalable. SQL databases are table-based, while NoSQL databases are document, key-value, graph, or wide-column stores.

Lesson 1 – Data, Data Types, and Databases

Lesson 2 – Introduction to SQL

Lesson 3 – Install Database Engine and SQL Syntax

Lesson 4 – SQL Data Types

Lesson 5 – SQL Operators



SQL Course Syllabus

Introduction to SQL

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