Raspberry pi

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Complete Course Curriculum

Course Duration: 45 - Days

Course Fees: 3000/-

  • Understanding IoT fundamentals
  • IOT Architecture, protocols
  • Various Platforms for IoT
  • Real time Examples of IoT
  • Overview of IoT components and IoT
  • Communication Technologies

  • Introduction to Raspberry Pi
  • Comparison of various Rpi Models
  • Understanding SoC architecture and SoCs used in Raspberry Pi in Description of Raspberry Pi
  • On-board components of Rpi
  • Projects using Raspberry Pi

  • Linux- Introduction, Architecture, File System
  • Raspbian O.S.- Introduction, Tools like Leafpad Editor
  • Installing Raspbian on Pi
  • First boot and Basic Configuration of Pi 
  • Popular Linux Commands

  • Introduction, Python vs. Other Languages, Applications of Python
  • Understanding Python, Interpreted Languages
  • Variables, Keywords, Operators and Operands
  • Data Types in Python, Importing Libraries
  • Flow Control, Conditional Statement, Loops
  • Sensors Interfacing- Temperature and Humidity Sensor (DHT11), Motion Sensor
    (PIR), Obstacle detection using Ultrasonic sensor, etc.
  • Communicating using RPi- GSM interfacing, Accessing on-board Wi-Fi
  • Connecting Database with RPi

  • C Basics- compiled language
  • C Concepts- data types, variables, conditional statement, loops
  • Library installation
  • Compiling C programs
  • Using Wiring Pi for GPIO Programming
  • Interfacing Rpi using C

  • IoT Applications based on Pi
  • LAMP Web-server
  • GPIO Control over WebBrowser
  • Creating Custom Web Page for LAMP
  • Communicating data using on-board module
  • Home automation using Pi
  • Node-RED, MQTT Protocol
  • Using Node-RED Visual Editor on Rpi

Course NameFees Duration
Complete C Programming Course3000/-45 Days
Complete C ++ Programming Course3000/-45 Days
Core Java Development Course6000/-2 Months
Basic Python Development6000/-2 Months
Basic Android Development6000/-2 Months
Web Designing6000/-2 Months
JavaScript6000/-2 Months
Graphic Designing6000/-2 Months
Digital Marketing6000/-2 Months
PHP & MySQL6000/-2 Months
Internet of Things (IOT)6000/-2 Months
Angular JS6000/-2 Months
Node JS6000/-2 Months
React JS6000/-2 Months
C #6000/-2 Months
Project Development

Have a look on Exciting Project ideas on Raspberry pi

You can build a simple calculator with C using switch cases or if-else statements. This calculator takes two operands and an arithmetic operator (+, -, *, /) from the user, however, you can expand the program to accept more than two operands and one operator by adding logic. Then, based on the operator entered by the user, it conducts the computation on the two operands. The input, however, must be in the format “number1 operator1 number2” (i.e. 2+4).

Using C language, you can also create a student management system. To handle students’ records (like Student’s roll number, Name, Subject, etc.) it employs files as a database to conduct file handling activities such as add, search, change, and remove entries. It appears a simple project but can be handy for schools or colleges that have to store records of thousands of students.

If you have ever lost track of which day of the week is today or the number of days in that particular month, you should build a calendar yourself. The Calendar is written in the C programming language, and this Calendar assists you in determining the date and day you require. We can implement it using simple if-else logic and switch-case statements. The display() function is used to display the calendar and it can be modified accordingly. It also has some additional functions.

This Phone book Project generates an external file to permanently store the user’s data (Name and phone number). The phone book is a very simple C project that will help you understand the core concepts of capacity, record keeping, and data structure. This program will show you how to add, list, edit or alter, look at, and delete data from a record.

An online voting system is a software platform that enables organizations to conduct votes and elections securely. A high-quality online voting system strikes a balance between ballot security, convenience, and the overall needs of a voting event. By collecting the input of your group in a systematic and verifiable manner, online voting tools and online election voting systems assist you in making crucial decisions. These decisions are frequently taken on a yearly basis – either during an event (such as your organization’s AGM) or at a specific time of the year. Alternatively, you may conduct regular polls among your colleagues (e.g. anonymous employee feedback surveys).

With this voting system, users can enter their preferences and the total votes and leading candidate can be calculated. It’s a straightforward C project that’s simple to grasp. Small-scale election efforts can benefit from this.

Tic-tac-toe, also known as noughts and crosses or Xs and Os, is a two-person paper and pencil game in which each player alternates marking squares in a three-by-three grid with an X or an O. The winner is the player who successfully places three of their markers in a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row. You can implement this fun game using 2D arrays in the C programming language. It is important to use arrays while creating a Tic Tac Toe game in the C programming language. The Xs and Os are stored in separate arrays and passed across various functions in the code to maintain track of the game’s progress. You can play the game against the computer by entering the code here and selecting either X or O. The source code for the project is given below.

Mathematical operations are an everyday part of our life. Every day, we will connect with many forms of calculations in our environment. Matrices are mathematical structures in which integers are arranged in columns and rows. In actual life, matrices are used in many applications. The most common application is in the software sector, where pathfinder algorithms, image processing algorithms, and other algorithms are developed. Some fundamental matrix operations are performed in this project, with the user selecting the operation to be performed on the matrix. The matrices and their sizes are then entered. It’s worth noting that the project only considers square matrices.

Library management is a project that manages and preserves electronic book data based on the demands of students. Both students and library administrators can use the system to keep track of all the books available in the library. It allows both the administrator and the student to look for the desired book. The C files used to implement the system are: main.c, searchbook.c, issuebook.c, viewbook.c, and more.

The Electricity Cost Calculator project is an application-based micro project that predicts the following month’s electricity bill based on the appliances or loads used. Visual studio code was used to write the code for this project. This project employs a multi-file and multi-platform strategy (Linux and Windows). People who do not have a technical understanding of calculating power bills can use this program to forecast their electricity bills for the coming months; however, an electricity bill calculator must have the following features:

  • All loads’ power rating
  • Unit consumed per day
  • Units consumed per month, and
  • Total load calculation


The project’s goal is to inform a consumer about the MOVIE TICKET BOOKING SYSTEM so that they can order tickets. The project was created with the goal of making the process as simple and quick as possible. The user can book tickets, cancel tickets, and view all booking records using the system. Our project’s major purpose is to supply various forms of client facilities as well as excellent customer service. It should meet nearly all the conditions for reserving a ticket.

Snakes and ladders, also known as Moksha Patam, is an ancient Indian board game for two or more players that is still considered a worldwide classic today. It’s played on a gridded game board with numbered squares. On the board, there are several “ladders” and “snakes,” each linking two distinct board squares. The dice value can either be provided by the user or it can be generated randomly. If after moving, the pointer points to the block where the ladder is, the pointer is directed to the top of the ladder. If unfortunately, the pointer points to the mouth of a snake after moving, the pointer is redirected to the tail of the snake.

This system is built on the concept of booking bus tickets in advance. The user can check the bus schedule, book tickets, cancel reservations, and check the bus status board using this system. When purchasing tickets, the user must first enter the bus number, after which the system will display the entire number of bus seats along with the passengers’ names, and the user must then enter the number of tickets, seat number, and person’s name.
We will be using arrays, if-else logic, loop statements, and various functions like login(), cancel(), etc. to implement the project.

Pacman, like other classic games, is simple to play. In this game, you must consume as many small dots as possible to earn as many points as possible. The entire game was created using the C programming language. Graphics were employed in the creation of this game. To create the game, you have to first define the grid function to manage the grid structure. To control the movement, you can define functions such as move_right(), move_left(), move_up() and move_down(). C files to add ghosts and their functionalities, positions check, etc. can be added to make the game more fun. The customers will find this C Programming game to be simple to comprehend and manage.

Have a look on Exciting Project ideas on Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi Internet Radio and Streaming Station

We are going to set up a Raspberry Pi streaming station using DarkIce and Icecast. DarkIce and Icecast are two Raspberry Pi packages used for audio recording, encoding, and streaming. DarkIce is a live audio streamer that records audio from an audio interface, i.e. Microphone, encodes it, and sends it to a streaming server. DarkIce can record audio from OSS audio devices, ALSA audio devices, Jack sources, and CoreAudio. It can encode the recorded audio in the MP3, MP2, AAC LC, AAC HEv2, Opus, and Vorbis formats. Then it can send the encoded audio to the ShoutCast, IceCast, and Darwin Streaming Servers.

Build an IVR System to make Automated Phone calls and send Messages using Raspberry Pi and SIM800L

Raspberry Pi, as we know is a powerful development board that provides a decent amount of computing power in the size of our palm. This combined with the flexibility of python could help us develop many small gadgets that can solve day to day problems. Recently, I needed to build an IVR system using Raspberry Pi, basically, I have to make phone calls and send messages using Raspberry Pi and when the receiver picks up the call, I should play a pre-recorded audio and get DTMF inputs as feedback. We have previously built a Raspberry Pi based Call and Text project, and an Automatic Call answering machine, you can also check them out if interested.

Tomato Sorting Machine using Edge Impulse TinyML on Raspberry Pi

Manually sorting items is one of the most exhausting and time-consuming tasks. Manual sorting, whether of fruits or veggies or anything else, takes a lot of manpower and time. So, in this tutorial, we have tried to build a tomato sorting machine that could distinguish between red and green tomatoes. This Raspberry Pi-based Tomato Sorting system uses TensorFlow modules that are trained using Edge Impulse to detect the tomatoes and sort them according to the color. To know more about Raspberry Pi, you should check out our previously build raspberry pi projects.

Autonomous Lane Detection Car Using Raspberry Pi and OpenCV

Self-driving cars are one of the modern world's newest fads. These self-driving cars rely on highly advanced control systems, sensors, actuators, complex algorithms, machine learning systems, and powerful processors. Road lane detection is one of the important things in a self-driving car as it helps the car to keep driving in between the lines. As we all know, Raspberry Pi is a portable development board and we have already built many raspberry pi based projects previously. In our previous tutorial on Autonomous Lane Detection Car using Raspberry Pi and OpenCV, we've already discussed the Hardware assembly, Installing the prerequisites software, Preparing the Motor Driving Code, and Testing the car motors. Now in this tutorial, we are going to write a code to Detect lane lines using OpenCV, Calibrate the Motors with the Lane Detection, and Steer the car according to the lanes detected. In the end, we will also test the car on a test track. So, let’s get started.

Interfacing 20x4 LCD with Raspberry Pi 4 for Creating Custom Character and Scrolling Textr

When we talk about interfacing displays with microcontrollers for an embedded project, alpha numeric Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD) are the most commonly used displays which are usually based on Hitachi HD44780 Driver. They are low powered, robust LCDs that are capable of displaying various characters in 5X8 or 8X10 pixel matrix. In this article, we will be interfacing an HD44780 based 20x4 alpha numeric LCD with raspberry pi 4, also, we will try to print a string, scroll text, create new custom characters, and a lot more.

How to Build an Amazon Alexa Speaker using Raspberry Pi

Alexa is the language assistant launched by Amazon in 2014 and used, for example, in smart speakers such as the Amazon Echo or the Echo Mark. Alexa serves as a central control unit in these devices which respond to the user's voice commands. For example, you can download songs from Amazon Music or Spotify, play audiobooks from Audible, and get news and weather updates. Even the program can manage regular activities like shopping and to-do lists can be determined and appointments can be scheduled in the appropriate calendar. So, in this tutorial, I will show you how to build your own DIY version of the Amazon Alexa by installing Alexa Voice Service (AVS) on a Raspberry Pi 4.

Home Automation using Node-RED and Home Assistant on Raspberry Pi

Ever wondered why do you need Node-RED with Home Assistant? It looks like that both Home Assistant and Node-RED do the same things but they excel in different areas. Home Assistant’s main power is its ability to interface and control any smart device existing at the moment. The main method of creating automation in Home Assistant is by using YAML files for automation but it is complicated and can be intimidating for any beginner. This is where the strengths of Node-RED naturally complement those of Home Assistant. Node-RED allows flow-based automations are significantly more powerful and user-friendly.

Basic GPIO Control on Raspberry Pi Zero W – Blinking an LED

In our previous tutorial Getting Started with the RASPBERRY PI ZERO, we had an overview Raspberry Pi zero W and setup the Pi Zero. In this tutorial we are going to design a simple LED circuit and control it with the Raspberry Pi Zero W by connecting the circuit to its GPIO pins. So lets discuss the basics of the GPIO (general purpose input output) pins and learn how to get started with physical computing and GPIO using Python programming.

Push-Up Counter using Raspberry Pi and MediaPipe

We all have studied about DC Motor in our high school; it is the rotary motor that converts electrical energy to mechanical energy. The motor is simple to operate: two leads of the motor to the two terminals of a battery, and the motor begins to rotate. The motor will rotate in a reverse direction if we switch the leads. The rotation speed is controlled by PWM DC Motor Control, which allows controlling the average voltage delivered to the motor.

Getting started with Home Assistant & Raspberry Pi: Control and Automate Smart Devices

With the Internet of Things taking over the lives, home automation is becoming more and more common. Home automation can include the scheduling and automatic operation of lighting, heating, cooling, window blinds, security systems, and other devices. There are many home automations platforms available that allow vital home functions to be controlled remotely from anywhere in the world. Home Assistant is one of them. So, in this tutorial, we’re going to show you how to get started with Home Assistant on Raspberry Pi. We’ll show you how to set up Home Assistant and how to add things and automate them. So, let’s get started.

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  • All branch graduates students or undergraduate students who want to become professional in Raspberry Pi.
  • All stream students eg. Engineering, BCA, BSc, BBA, Bcom, BA.
  • Any who wants to learn a new skill or improve skill for there career.

  • Basic computer knowledge.
  • General knowledge of what are programming languages.

  • Yes, a course completion certificate is given after the completion of this course.

  • Both the offline and online modes are available for this course.

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