Learn Python With 20+ Real World Projects

Learn Python With 20+ Real World Projects

Important Points (As of 11th November 2020):

Total Enrolment 29,943 students*
Badge(s) (if any) None
Headline Learn Python Programming From Very Basics To Intermediate Level With 20+ Practical Projects
Course Link Learn Python With 20+ Real World ProjectsPython for beginners
Instructor’s Name Arbaz Khan

*Actual data may be vary





Learn Python With 20+ Real World Projects [In 2020]


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It was an excellent learning experience and it allowed me to confirm my interest in pursuing a career as a Python Programmer.




Area What their course page says What I felt after doing the course


  • Python Basics
  • PRO Python Tricks and Tips
  • 20+ Real Useful Python Application
  • Learn To Create Own Projects With Python
  • Most of projects were cool but there is some lack of explaining
  • As this is a paid course people will be looking for some thing new and advanced projects.
  • Very simple projects, you can find better projects from other sources.
  •  The last 2 videos were just a giant Ads which is so unprofessional

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Primary and secondary category

IT & Software » IT Certification » Certified Entry-Level Python Programmer (PCEP)

IT & Software » IT Certification » Certified Entry-Level Python Programmer (PCEP)


Basics Of Programming

Yes, Necessary

Note: This Course is also available on Google Play App.

A student who knows Python quite a bit. There is nothing in this course for him. But still, I gave 1 point more than the average rating. The reason for this is that the project is a simple but 14-15 project.

Nice course for beginners to learn basic and simple python projects. Some of the projects are automatization related. So it attracts a programmer and encourages him and  MAKE HIM MORE ENTHUSIAST TO LEARN ALOT.

Positive review (on Udemy) for this course:
Positive review
Negative review (on Udemy) for this course:
(The worst part is the author/team has never replied to the single review which is a very bad sign of the course)
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Object-oriented programming (OOPs) has four basic concepts: encapsulationabstractioninheritance and polymorphism

What is Constructor?

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