My SQL Tutorial

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My SQL Tutorial

MySQL is an open-source database management system used to arrange data into one or more tables, having data types connected to each other. SQL Programming Language explain these data types are used to separate, modify, or structure the data. It also allows executing a database in computer systems, managing users, database integrity testing, and backup creation.

This MySQL course shelters concepts like MySQL basics, normalization, and Workbench installation. Along with My SQL tutorial, Commands like Select, Insert, Group By and advance topics like Wildcards & Functions are enclosed.

If you’ve decided to build a website or need a database, My SQL tutorial is very cost effective and affordable to build. Without knowing how to install, configure, design and maintain the database, you risk having a poor performing environment that can be disadvantageous to your application. This MySQL course helps new and intermediate level database programmers recognize how to set up MySQL

My sql course shelters database maintenance and formation as well. We explain good architecture and habits that permit you to build scalable solutions instead of constituting your database for a small application that must be then reconfigured for a more scalable project. Scalability should be a key concern if you want your application and database to grow without issues.

Lastly, we discuss how to work with PHP and your MySQL server. PHP and MySQL work effortlessly together, and you’ll become a stronger data designer if you recognize the application creation process. This course gets you started with very basic SQL design and conformation to building a basic application that displays your information to your customers.

Our training is divided into two formats => Basic and Advanced

Mode of Training => Online Live Classes

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What Will You Learn?

  • Database fundamentals
  • MySQL Workbench
  • MySQL basics
  • Normalization
  • ER model
  • Data sorting in MySQL
  • MySQL Wildcards and Functions
  • Advanced MySQL operations
  • SQL interview questions etc.

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Course Curriculum

Introduction of Database

  • What is database
  • DBMS
  • Different service providers for DBMS
  • What is RDBMS?

Database Normalization

  • Database – First Normal Form (1NF)
  • Database – Second Normal Form (2NF)
  • Database – Third Normal Form (3NF).
  • Introduction of DDL
  • Introduction of DML
  • Introduction of DCL
  • Introduction of DTL

SQL ─ Overview

  • What is SQL?
  • SQL Process
  • SQL Commands

SQL – Operator & Condition

  • select statement
  • selecting all columns
  • selecting specific columns
  • arithmetic expressions
  • column headings
  • operator precedence
  • defining null
  • null values with arithmetic operators
  • column alias
  • concatenation operator
  • elimination of duplicate rows
  • table structure
  • limiting rows selection
  • where clause
  • comparison conditions
  • between condition
  • in condition
  • like condition
  • null condition

SQL – Operators

  • What is an Operator in SQL?
  • And operator
  • or operator
  • not operator
  • order by clause
  • Sorting


  • single row functions
  • group functions
  • avg function
  • sum function
  • min function
  • max function
  • count function
  • distinct function


  • Group by clause
  • having clause
  • data from multiple tables
  • types of joins
  • natural join
  • join by using clause
  • join with column names
  • join with on clause

Using Joins

  • equi join
  • non equi join
  • left outer join
  • right outer join
  • full outer join
  • cross join


  • sub queries
  • single row subqueries
  • group function in sub queries
  • having clause in sub queries
  • multiple row sub query
  • any operator in multiple row sub queries
  • all operator in multiple row sub queries


  • set operators
  • union operator
  • union all operator
  • intersect operato
  • minus operator


  • insert statement
  • update statement
  • delete statement
  • truncate statement
  • commit statement
  • rollback statement


  • create table statement
  • default option
  • defining constraint
  • not null constraint
  • unique constraint
  • primary key constraint
  • foriegn key constraint
  • check constraint

SQL- Table

  • alter table
  • dropping a table
  • schema objects
  • Truncate table

SQL ─ Using Views

  • creating a view
  • modifying a view
  • deleting a view

. SQL – Indexes.

  • The CREATE INDEX Command
  • The DROP INDEX Command
  • SQL – INDEX Constraint
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