Duration: 3 MONTHS

Course Syllabus

Course Title: HTML and CSS (Skill Development Course)

Course Duration: 3 months (part-time)

Course Objectives:

  1. To provide students with a comprehensive understanding of HTML and CSS.
  2. To equip students with the necessary skills to develop professional and responsive websites.
  3. To empower students to pursue self-employment opportunities in web development.
  4. To enhance students' creativity and problem-solving abilities through practical web development projects.

Course Overview: This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) with a focus on developing practical skills for self-employment in web development. The course will cover both theoretical concepts and hands-on exercises to ensure a holistic learning experience. Students will learn how to create visually appealing and functional websites that are responsive and accessible across different devices.

Course Teaching Methodology:

  1. Lectures: Interactive classroom sessions to explain theoretical concepts and demonstrate practical examples.
  2. Hands-on Exercises: Assignments and coding exercises to reinforce understanding and apply learned concepts.
  3. Projects: Real-world projects to provide practical experience in web development.
  4. Group Discussions: Encouraging student participation and collaborative learning through group discussions and problem-solving sessions.
  5. Industry Insights: Guest lectures and case studies to provide insights into the industry and self-employment opportunities.

Importance for Learner in Career Growth and Self-Employment:

  1. High Demand: Web development skills are in high demand in the job market, and self-employment opportunities in web development are abundant.
  2. Flexibility: Self-employment allows individuals to work on their own terms, providing flexibility in terms of time and work-life balance.
  3. Income Potential: Skilled web developers can earn a good income through self-employment by working with clients or creating and monetizing their own websites.
  4. Creative Expression: Web development offers opportunities for creative expression and allows individuals to showcase their unique talents and ideas.


Module 1: Introduction to HTML

  • Introduction to web development and its career prospects
  • Understanding the structure of a web page
  • HTML elements and attributes
  • Creating and formatting text
  • Adding links and images

Module 2: Advanced HTML

  • Tables and forms
  • Multimedia elements (audio, video, and embedding)
  • Semantic HTML and accessibility considerations
  • HTML5 features and new elements

Module 3: Introduction to CSS

  • Introduction to CSS and its role in web development
  • CSS syntax and selectors
  • Working with colors, backgrounds, and borders
  • Styling text and fonts

Module 4: Advanced CSS

  • Box model and layout techniques
  • Responsive design and media queries
  • CSS frameworks and libraries
  • CSS3 features and animations

Module 5: Web Development Project

  • Applying HTML and CSS concepts to create a responsive website
  • Designing a user-friendly and visually appealing interface
  • Incorporating multimedia and interactive elements
  • Testing and optimizing the website for different devices

Note: The syllabus is designed to provide a comprehensive foundation in HTML and CSS for self-employment in web development. The contents can be modified or expanded based on the requirements of the learner or specific location. Additionally, periodic assessments and evaluations will be conducted throughout the course to gauge student progress and understanding.

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