Welcome to Python Crash Course: Learn Basics of Python Programming:

Welcome! Are you a beginner when it comes to python programming? If not, we assume you're seeking information on why Python is useful and how to get started with it. However, a beginner programmer in any programming language can easily learn Python. It's also simple to use and learn for beginners, so get started!

Python is a popular and versatile programming language that can be used to create games, software applications, and data manipulation, among other things. Python is the most powerful programming language currently available. Python can do everything, from automating simple activities to creating large applications. Python is an object-oriented, high-level, interpreted programming language.

In this course you will walk through all you need to know to get started coding in Python, going over each technicality in depth. It's an introductory course that will teach you the fundamentals of Python, including loops, conditionals, variables, functions, and more. This will not only familiarise you with Python programming but also help you master it.

I hope you're looking forward to learning Python 3 in this course. Let's get started!

The course covers a wide variety of topics, including:

Features of Python

Working with Python





Data Types - Number, Sequence, Set, None, Mapping 

Operators - Arithmetic, Relational, Assignment, Logical, Identity, Membership

Input and Output

Explicit Type Conversion

Implicit Type Conversion

Conditional Statements

Looping Statements



Python Module

Built-in Modules

From Statement




Dictionaries and much more!!!

Python is one of the most popular programming languages. Python has found a home in almost every field, including software development, machine learning, and AI, and even microcontroller programming.

This course provides a brief introduction to Python for beginners to the language.  The course is designed for complete beginners with no prior Python experience; however, any prior programming knowledge will be beneficial but is not required.

The greatest method to learn is to try to grasp the theory and then put it into practice on your own. Remember, you can't improve your programming skills unless you practice!


Although there are various ways to install Python on Windows, we will use Anaconda for the sake of this course. It is without a doubt the most popular Python environment at the time.

Implementing your First Program

Although you may run Python programs from the command line, most beginners prefer to use a text editor. Fortunately, when you install Anaconda, you also get Jupyter Notebook installed. The "Jupyter Notebook" is a cloud-based tool for creating, sharing, and managing documents. To write our Python code, we'll utilize Jupyter.

You may start Jupyter by going to the Start Menu and looking for the "Jupyter Notebook" application. You may also look for it in the Applications folder.

Launch the "Jupyter Notebook" application. After that, it will open in your regular browser. I recommend using Google Chrome as your preferred browser for compatibility, although other browsers such as Firefox will also function.

There is a "New" option on the right-hand side of the page. When you click that button, a dropdown menu will display. From the dropdown menu, choose "Python 3." You will be taken to a brand new laptop as a result of this.

  • Learn to create Python Programs

  • Learn about Loops

  • Learn If statements, functions, and other topics

  • Understand User Input

  • Learn what Python is and why it's important for automation

  • To automate actions, write simple Python programs

  • Learn how to use basic Python structures such as strings, lists, and dictionaries

  • Create Python objects

  • A computer, which can run Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux.

  • Your desire to learn this widely used programming language. It's an important life skill that can't be unlearned!

  • The course includes everything else you'll need to get started programming in Python.

  • Internet Connection

Content in this tutorial is designed to be self-study-friendly.

Python is easy to learn, much more straightforward than many other programming languages. However, many still require a little extra help and explanation. In this introduction, we present this in a manner that is easy to understand while also maintaining the necessary technical depth. Exceptionally experienced programmers are looking for and interested in this level of depth. Learning the interrelationships and special features of Python from the beginning is also helpful for beginners.

Learn how to write simple Python programs using the most common structures in this course. Previous programming experience is not required. Upon completing this course, you'll understand how programming fits in with IT roles, write simple programs using Python, know how the building blocks of programming fit together and combine all of this knowledge to solve complex programming problems. 

Our first step will be to learn to write a computer program. Through interactive exercises and real-world examples, you'll gain hands-on experience with programming concepts. In no time at all, you'll see how computers can perform a wide variety of tasks - all you have to do is code them.

Some History about the language: 

What is the common denominator between the alphabet and the programming language Python? Both begin with ABC. In the Python context, ABC refers to the Python programming language ABC. ABC is a general-purpose programming language and environment developed in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, at the CWI (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica). ABC had the most significant effect on the design of Python.

Python language Developed in the late 1980s. During this period, Guido van Rossum worked on a distributed operating system project at the CWI called Amoeba. In an interview with Bill Venners1, Guido van Rossum said: "In the early 1980s, I worked as an implementer on a team building a language called ABC at Centrum Voor Wiskunde en Informatica (CWI). I don't know how well people know ABC's influence on Python. I try to mention ABC's influence because I'm indebted to everything I learned during that project and to the people who worked on it."


1) Python's relevance to automation and what it is

2) Write short Python scripts to perform automated actions

3) Understanding the basic Python structures: strings, lists, and dictionaries

4) Creating your Python objects

About the instructor

                                 Hajiram Beevi J

Hajiram Beevi J

Lt. Hajiram Beevi J., M.Sc., M.Phil., NET., SLET., (Ph.D) is an Assistant Professor of Computer Applications at Jamal Mohamed College, Trichy, Tamil Nadu. She has over ten years of experience in teaching computer science to graduate students besides research. She is an instructor par excellence. She had started coaching for NET/SET way back in 2015. She now runs EKALAVYA ACADEMY which conducts coaching classes for NET/SET/TET. Her hard work, dedication, sincerity reflects in her disciplined training which has helped many students to successfully qualify in the various competitive exams. She is also multi-talented personality. She has bagged the best NSS officer award in 2014 from Bharathidasan University, Trichy, Tamil Nadu.  She has successfully completed three months PRCN training in OTA Gwalior in 2017. Now she is the NCC officer of Girls wing in the college. She has published many research papers in her fields of interest viz., E-Learning 2.0, Knowledge Acquisition, Rough Set Theory and Folksonomies. Her activities currently focus on Big Data Analytics with Image Processing.  She has published the books on “PRIMER ON PHP” and “NTA UGC NET PRACTICE WORK BOOK (PAPER 1)”.

Python Crash Course: Learn Basics of Python Programming

    Course Features

  • Lectures 6
  • Duration 04 Hours
  • Skill level All level
  • Language English