Mastering SQL Server

Get Command on SQL Server Server From ZERO to HERO


  • Student must be aware of basic database concepts.
  • must have a computer where Microsoft SQL Server could be installed


This Course is designed for those students who want to get detailed knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server,  These skills are also applicable to any other major SQL database, such as MySQL, Oracle etc.

SQL is one of the most in demand tech skills due to which Technology firms are in dire need for SQL experts . Learning SQL is one of the fastest ways to improve your career prospects  and to get SQL developer job.

Time required to learn SQL is around 1-3 weeks , this Master SQL Server course will help you to learn the SQL on fast pace to become SQL Developer in very short time.

you will get insights that how to Create the Sequel database as well as how to Drop an existing database.

We will also go through that how to Take the Backup of SQL Server database and how to restore the backup on a new location.

We will also take you through that how to download SQL Server database and how to perform a fresh installation

We are hopeful that you will find this SQL Tutorial very beneficial for your future, 

Students will learn in this course:

  1. How to create a database
  2. How to Drop a database
  3. Database Backup
  4. Restoration of database
  5. Data Definition operations like Create ,Alter and drop the Tables
  6. Creation of Primary Key, Foreign Key, Composite Key
  7. Data Manipulation options like Insert , Update , Delete the records
  8. SQL Joins ( Inner Join, Left Outer Join, Full Join, Right Join)
  9. Database Views
  10. Stored Procedures
  11. Database Functions ( User defined functions ,aggregate functions , SQL Provided functions like substring etc)
  12. Distinct
  13. Group By
  14. SQL Jobs
  15. and many more things……

Upgrade your skill set quickly and add SQL to your resume by joining today!

Who this course is for:

  • Students who want to have solid grip over Microsoft SQL Server

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