About The Course

Web development consists of two segments: front-end development and back-end development. Front-end developers work with visual designs of a website and build the sites using code.

The front-end developer makes the structure of a website using HTML, then changes the design using CSS and sometimes also uses JavaScript. Besides, backend developers work with more advanced problems.

They work with APIs (application programming interfaces), CGI programs, and sometimes scripts such as PHP. Website functionality is your primary concern.

Course Module

  • Concept of Static & Dynamic Website
  • Raw PHP Coding
  • Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) PHP
  • Dynamic Website Development
  • Admin Panel Integration
  • Laravel PHP Framework
  • Git Version Controlling
  • Final Project


  • Freelancer
  • Fiverr
  • Codecanyon


Duration: 6 Months

(2 hours a day, 3 Days a Week)


Basic Knowledge of Using Computer

Basic Knowledge of Web Design

Job Opportunity

Here is a list of possible job opportunities for software developers and designers who will complete the course. Upon completing the course and handling all project work, students may form a solid portfolio and apply for open jobs for recruitment.

It is possible in both local and international markets. And our job placement cell will be there with all the support, guidelines, and student preparation sessions. Therefore, it will help them gain confidence and prosper in the digital realm. The opportunities are as follows:

Web Application Developer

Web Developer

Welcome to “The Beginner’s Guide to Website Design Development”! This concise and informative guide will explore the fundamental principles and key concepts of creating captivating and functional websites. Whether you’re new to web design or looking to enhance your skills, this guide will equip you with the essential knowledge to embark on your journey in the dynamic world of website design development. Let’s unlock the secrets of crafting user-friendly and visually stunning websites that leave a lasting impression on visitors.