Best Software Testing Training Course in Hyderabad


Companies look for efficient software testers to deploy high-quality software in the market. With our software testing training course in Hyderabad, you can join this domain, regardless of whether you have an IT or non-IT background. The course offers knowledge of software testing methods, Java programming, MySQL, and basic HTML and CSS concepts. Upon successful course completion, you will receive industry-recognised certificates and 100% placement assistance.

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Software Testing Training Overview


Software testing skills are essential for launching high-quality, defect-free products in the market. A software tester is responsible for thoroughly checking a product and reporting its findings to the development team.

If you want to be a part of the product development process enrol for our software testing training course in Hyderabad. It covers all basic knowledge of manual testing, white box and black box testing, work with test cases, understanding of popular testing tools like Selenium, and use of TestNG. This curriculum follows a practical approach of training and designed for beginners to professionals.

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Software testing course Curriculum for Hyderabad

  • Developers VS Test engineers
  • Defect
  • Types of Software Testing
  • Waterfall model
  • Spiral model Verfication &
  • Validation model
  • Prototype model
  • Derived modelHybrid mode
  • Path testing
  • Conditional testing
  • Loop testing
  • Unit testing
  • Testing the code from memory point of view
  • Testing the code from performance point of view
  • White Box Testing VS Black Box Testing
  • Functional testing
  • Integration Testing
  • System testing
  • Acceptance testing
  • Smoke testing
  • Globalization testing
  • Ad-hoc testing
  • Compatibility testing
  • Exploratory testing
  • Regression testing
  • Blocker defect
  • Critical defect
  • Major defect
  • Defect Report Template
  • Defect Tracking Tool: JIRA Tool
  • Scrum model
  • Sprint Planning Meeting
  • Scrum Master
  • Scrum meeing
  • Sprint Retrospective meeting
  • Release Retrospective meeting
  • Bug triaging meeting
  • Product Backlog Grooming
  • Test plan template
  • Test case template
  • Test Case Review Process
  • Black Box Test Case Design Technique

Software Testing  Life Cycle


  • Selenium WebDriver Architecture
  • How to install Java on Windows OS
  • How to install Eclipse IDE on Windows
  • How to Setup Selenium WebDriver in Eclipse IDE
  • How to run Tests on Different Browsers
  • Maven Introduction and Installation
  • How to Manage Dependencies with Maven
  • How to use WebDriver Manager
  • How to Write First TestCase in Selenium
  • WebDriver Interface
  • Basic Methods in WebDriver Interface
  • Locators in Selenium WebDriver
  • Different Types Of locators
  • Introduction to XPath
  • Relative Vs Absolute Xpath
  • XPath Starts-with Function
  • XPath Contains Function
  • XPath text() Method
  • XPath AND Operator vs XPath OR Operator
  • XPath Axes Methods | Parent, Child, Self
  • Axes Method descendant, descendant-or-self
  •  XPath Axes following, following-sibling
  • XPath Axes preceding, preceding-sibling
  • Introduction to CSS and CSS Selector
  • CSS Selector using Class Attribute
  • CSS Selector with Multiple Attributes
  • Direct Child or Sub-child Elements
  • Next Sibling | Adjacent Sibling Combinator
  • First-Child, Last-Child, Nth-Child, Nth-Last-Child
  • Handle Dropdown in Selenium
  • Handle Checkbox in Selenium
  • Select Radio Button in Selenium
  • Handle Frames in Selenium
  • Handle Alert Popup in Selenium
  • Handle Multiple Windows in Selenium
  • Perform Mouse Hover in Selenium
  • Perform Drag and Drop in Selenium
  • Handle Resize Widget in Selenium
  • Automate Slider in Selenium
  • Perform Right Click in Selenium
  • Perform Keyboard Events in Selenium
  • Take Screenshot in Selenium
  • Handle Authentication Popup in Selenium
  • Implicit Wait
  • Explicit Wait
  • Fluent Wait
  • Install TestNG in Eclipse IDE
  • Write Test Cases Using TestNG
  • TestNG Annotations | Before Method vs BeforeTest
  • Use Assertion in Selenium TestNG
  • SoftAssert vs HardAssert
  • Group Test Cases in TestNG | Grouping
  • To Create Test Suite in TestNG
  • To Skip Test Cases in TestNG
  • TestNG Annotations | BeforeGroups | BeforeClass
  • TestNG Annotations | BeforeSuite and AfterSuite
  • DataProvider in TestNG \ Data Driven Testing
  • Use DataProvider in TestNG Selenium
  • TestNg Listeners

Java Introduction

  • History
  • Features
  • Post Install Configuration
  • Writing a simple progra
  • compiling and executing
  • Data types
  • Variables and Arrays
  • Using Eclipse
  • Create packaged classes
  • Eclipse shortcuts
  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Boolean Operators
  • Logical Operators
  • Binary Operators
  • Branching Statements
  • Iterative Statements
  • Break & Continue with enhancements
  • While
  • For
  • Do..While
  • Goto Statement
  • Break and Continue Statement
  • Basic of OOPs
  • Fundamentals of class & object
  • new keyword
  • Reference variables
  • Member methods of a class
  • Constructors
    Finalize method
  • Overloading member methods
  • Overloading constructors
  • Passing and returning objects with methods
  • Access Control
  • Static Methods
  • Static Variables
  • Static Block
  • Using final keyword
  • Unit Testing using Junit-5
  • Basics of Inheritance
  • Members accessibility in inheritance
  • Using super keyword
  • Multilevel Inheritance
  • The sequence of execution of constructors in inheritance
  • Method Overriding
  • Dynamic Method Dispatch
  • Abstract classes
  • Preventing overriding
  • Preventing inheritance
  • Fundamentals of Exceptions
  • Types of exceptions
  • Using try and catch keywords
  • Multiple catches
  • Nesting of try blocks
  • Using throw keyword
  • Using throws keyword
  • Finally block
  • Some predefined exceptions and their usage
  • User defined exceptions
  • Purpose of Interface
  • Defining an interface
  • Implementing interfaces
  • Interface reference variables
  • Interface with variables
  • Extending interfaces
  • Basics of threads
  • Java threaded model
  • Defining threads using Runnable interface
  • Defining threads using Thread superclass
  • Multiple threads
  • Thread Priority values
  • Thread Synchronization using synchronized methods
  • Thread Synchronization using synchronized blocks
  • Using String class
  • Using java.lang package
  • Working with Data & Time
  • Utility framework
  • Collection framework
  • I/O framework


  • What is a Database
  • Why use a Database?
  • What is DBMS?
  • Types of DBMS
  • Introduction to SQL
  • Database vs DBMS vs SQL vs MySQL
  • MySQL Installation
  • Creating Database
  • Use and Drop Database
  • Introduction to Tables
  • Introduction to data types
  • Data Types
  • Numeric Data types
  • String Data types
  • Date and time and other data types

  • Introduction to SQL Sublanguages
  • Creating tables and describing its structure
  • DML:INSERT part-1
  • DML:INSERT part-2
  • Null and Not Null constraints,altering default behaviour
  • DQL:Select
  • DCL:Commit, Rollback,Savepoint
  • DML:Working with Update and Delete commands
  • Where Clause
  • Introduction to MySQL Operators and their usage
  • MySQL Warnings vs Errors
  • Comparison Operators part-1
  • Logical AND and other comparison operators
  • BETWEEN AND and NOT BETWEEN AND,OR operator in Logical Operators
  • IN and NOT IN Operator
  • LIKE
  • MySQL workbench Installation
  • Working with MySQLworkbench

  • Introduction to aggregate functions
  • Count
  • Group by
  • Min and Max
  • Group by with Min and Max
  • SUM And AVG
  • Group by with SUM and AVG
  • Subqueries
  • Exporting MySQL Databases
  • Importing MySQL Databases
  • Char Vs Varchar
  • Integer data types (SMALLINT,TINYINT,..)
  • float VS DECIMAL
  • Working with Date and TIME
  • Date functions
  • Time Functions
  • Formatting dates
  • Operations on dates
  • Datetime vs Timestamp
  • Automatic Initialization and Updating for TIMESTAMP and DATETIME
  • Why JOINS?
  • Introduction to JOINS
  • Cloning Instagram’s DB: Users Schema
  • Cloning Instagram’s DB: Followers Schema
  • Cloning Instagram’s DB: Photos Schema
  • Cloning Instagram’s DB: Likes Scema
  • Cloning Instagram’s DB: Hashtags Schema
  • Instgram Clone Callenges


  • History and Importance of HTML
  • Basic HTML syntax
  • The current state of HTML
  • HTML resources
  • Choosing a code editor
  • Exploring an HTML document
  • DOCTYPE declarations
  • Document head
  • Understanding content models
  • Formatting Content with HTML
  • Headings
  • Paragraphs
  • Whitespaces
  • Images 
  •  Unordered lists
  •  Ordered lists
  • Definition Lists
  • Anchor element
  • Page internal linking
  • Linking to external pages
  • Linking to downloadable
  • Linking to page regions
  • Introduction to forms and their importance
  • Form structure and basic form elements
  • Text inputs, textareas, and buttons

  • Radio buttons and checkboxes
  • Select dropdowns and file uploads
  • Hidden inputs and labels
  • Favourite Blog
  • Resume building with
  • HTML Registration & Login page


  • HTML overview
  • Default browser styles
  • Browser support and inconsistencies
  • Inline, internal and external CSS
  • Naming conventions

  • Syntax, terminology, and naming conventions
  • Type, class, and id selectors
  • Combinator selectors
  • Selectors: Best practices
  • Web-safe fonts and the font-family property
  • Web fonts and Google fonts
  • The font-size property
  • The font-style and font-weight properties
  • The color, line height, and text properties
  • Adjusting the font-weight property
  • Block Vs. inline display
  • The Box model 
  • Margin and page layout
  • Padding 
  • Floats
  • The box model fix
  • Box model review
  • Horizontal navs with the display property
  • Horizontal navs with the float property
  • Positioning
  • Float, display, and position
  • Layers and the z-index property

  • CSS grid
  • CSS Flexbox
  • Building Paytm clone Page
  • Building Portfolio page

Software testing projects you will be working on

Instagram Database Clone: Once you have gained theoretical knowledge of MySQL, our course helps you gain practical exposure through this project. The Instagram Database Clone project gives a brief overview of building different schemas. It includes cloning Instagram’s user schema, followers schema, and photos, likes, and hashtags schema. Learners will face multiple challenges in cloning Instagram databases and solving them in real-time under the mentorship of industrial experts.

Resume building:
The resume-building project implements HTML knowledge in building online resumes. It will showcase the user’s qualifications, skills and experience in a more interactive format than traditional resumes. Learners will learn how to implement different HTML tags and hyperlinking.

Building your favourite blog : Blogging is now a trending profession and this project aims at training you on how to build a blog using basic HTML knowledge. Learner will have indepth knowledge of core HTML concepts including writing and executing HTML Syntax, use of attributes and values, creating list and links, and more.

Building registration and login page for a website
This project aims to help learners know how to build a simple registration and login page for a website using HTML syntax. Learners will know how to use HTML tags, create lists and links, work with HTML forms, and understand different form control elements.

Building portfolio page with CSS You will learn the use of CSS elements along with HTML codes on your portfolio page. Learners can implement their previous knowledge in developing a portfolio page with HTML and use CSS to enhance its visual representation. They will know the use of advanced CSS layouts including grids and flexbox, along with basic layout elements, use of web fonts, adjusting colours, changing line height and text properties, and more.

Building portfolio page: It is an advanced level for the resume-building project. There, students learn about building a resume with HTML, and here you will learn how to use CSS elements for styling your resume. Learners will get knowledge of creating advanced CSS layout that includes grids and flexbox, along with basic CSS layout elements, use of web fonts, Google fonts, adjusting color, line height and text properties, and more.

Building a Paytm clone page with CSS: This project aims to clone a Paytm page with HTML and improve its look with CSS elements. Learners will know how to implement HTML and CSS elements like selectors, layouts, CSS properties and values, and multiple other elements for the project.

Become a Software Testing

Talk to our expert  Software testing mentors and learn how our training programs in Hyderabad can help you become a  Software testing  developer and get a high-paying job.

Who are these Software Training Classes for?


1. College pass-outs and freshers (primary)

Any college graduate can enroll for the course, especially if they are from IT background, a student in BTech, MCA, B.SC, and BCA. This course is designed to suit the needs of everyone from freshers to professionals.


2. Software Developers

Software developers can enrol in this course to upskill themselves. Software testing courses enable them to deploy high-quality products to the market. This can be an additional skill for developers that will help them land a good job.


3. Quality Assurance Engineer

Quality assurance engineers are responsible for checking the quality of a product in the market. These professionals can enrol for the course to gain knowledge in software testing to ensure companies are deploying authentic and high-quality products in the market.

4. Any IT Professionals

IT professionals willing to change their careers or acquire new skills can join the course. By having previous knowledge in HTML and CSS, and using a programming language, this course will be easy to grasp. However, if you are from a different IT sector, this course will help you learn software testing from scratch.


Meet Your software testing trainers



A Tech-enthusiast and orator with 6+years of experience in Java Full Stack and also scenarist, designed various Technical courses related to Web Technologies & Networks. Trained over 10000+ students on JFS , and provided corporate Training as per the project requirements in DXC and NCS for Singapore candidates. Impart skill oriented short duration training for rural youths to help them in developing their technical and professional skills.

What is the software testing course fee in Hyderabad?


The software testing training course fee in Hyderabad is ₹50,000 that comes with full placement support. 

The course fee depends on the curriculum, practical classes, number of live projects to gain industry experience, trainers’ expertise, mode of delivery, placement assistance, any additional facility, and more. However, you can always choose a software training course depending on your research and market reputation. 

Upon completion of this course, learners can open doors to huge opportunities. On LinkedIn, you will find nearly 6000+ software testing job vacancies in the Greater Hyderabad area and around 35,000+ jobs in India. With such a huge career prospect, the salary for software testers is no less than a developer. As an early-stage software tester, you can earn a minimum of ₹2.0 LPA, while a senior software tester can earn up to ₹7.5 LPA in Hyderabad. On average, a software tester in Hyderabad earns ₹5.3 LPA with an estimated take-home salary of ₹32,008 – ₹33,292 monthly.

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Software testing course certification in Hyderabad FAQs


Software testing is important to learn for tech professionals especially to those working in the software development sector. This knowledge helps them create and deploy a defect-free product into the market.

There are certain eligibility criteria for college pass-outs to enrol in software testing training in Hyderabad. This includes

  • Having at least 60% marks in graduation, 60% marks in intermediate, and 60% marks in 10th standard for BTech (CSE, IT, ECE, EEE) and MCA students
  • Having at least 60% marks in graduation, 60% marks in intermediate, and 60% marks in 10th standard for B.SC and BCA students 

Otherwise, all other professionals regardless of which sector they are working can enrol for the course.

You will receive an industry-accredited certificate from Codegnan upon completion of the software testing course. Additionally, you will get an opportunity to win multiple badges by solving challenges available on our Coding platform and HackerRank Platform.

Yes, Codegnan will help in securing jobs and internships in software testing upon successful completion of the course. They assure 100% placement assistance with a minimum of 150 drives in a year.

Yes, learning software testing increases your salary especially if you are a software developer. This is an add-on skill for IT professionals working in the software development process. Having knowledge in software testing helps experts to create and launch defect-free products in the market and gain reputation.

No, it isn’t difficult to learn software testing if you have a passion for it. At Codegnan, we not only provide theoretical knowledge but also consider a practical training approach. This helps learners get hands-on training on live projects that clears their understanding of each step of software testing.

The course duration of software testing training in Hyderabad is 100 days. This training period may vary depending on the curriculum, number of projects and assignments, class durations, etc.


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