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Master the MERN (MongoDB, Express.js, React.js, Node.js) stack and become a sought-after full stack developer. IT Shaala provides comprehensive MERN STACK Course in Pune. From building dynamic web applications to handling databases and servers, our training program covers every aspect of this popular stack. Join us to enhance your web development skills and unlock lucrative career opportunities.

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Introduction to MERN Stack Course in Pune

IT Shaala provides the finest MERN Stack Course in Pune from the most knowledgeable people. For decades, our teachers have worked in MNCs using MERN Stack and associated technologies. We understand industry requirements and provide MERN STACK Course in Pune in a much more practical approach. Our MERN Stack coaches provide MERN Stack in-person training, MERN Stack online training, and MERN Stack services. We designed our curriculum to correspond to real-world requirements ranging from beginner to advanced. Our training will take place on either weekdays or weekends, depending on the needs of the participants.

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MERN Stack Course in Pune

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Course Name

Full Stack Development - MERN

Course Features

What you’ll learn

  • How does Internet works?
  • What is HTTP?
  • Browsers and how they work?
  • DNS and how it works?
  • What is Domain name?
  • What is hosting

Introduction to HTML

  • What is HTML?
  • Structure of an HTML document
  • Basic HTML tags and elements

HTML Document Structure

  • Document type declaration o <html>,<head>, and <body> tags
  •  Headings, paragraphs, and line breaks

Text Formatting

  • 0 <hl> to <h6>headings 0 and <span> elements o Bold (<b>) and italic (<i>) text


  • Unordered lists (<ul> and <li>)
  • Ordered lists (<ol> and <li>) o Definition lists (<dl>, <dt>, and<dd>)

Links and Anchors

  • Creating hyperlinks (<a> tag)

Linking to external websites

  • Linking within the same page (anchors)


  • Embedding images (<img> tag) o Image attributes (source, alt text, width, height)


  • Creating tables (<table>, <tr>, and <td>) o Table headers (<th>)
  • Table captions (<caption>)


  • Building forms (<form> tag)
  • Text input fields (<input type=”text”>)
  • Checkboxes (<input type=”checkbox”>)
  • Radio buttons (<input type=”radio”>)
  • Select dropdowns (<select> and <option>) Submit buttons (<input type=”submit”>)
  • 1–1TML5 Semantic Elements o <header>, <nav>, <footer> o <section>, <article>, <aside> o <figure> and <figcaption> o <main>, <mark>, <time>


  • Embedding videos (<video> tag)
  • Adding audio (<audio>tag)
  •  Working with iframes (<iframe> tag)

HTML Validation and Best Practices

  • 0 -Validating HTML code
  • Organizing code using indentation and comments
  •  – Using semantic HTML for accessibility

Introduction to CSS

  • What is CSS and why is it used?
  • CSS syntax and rule structure
  •  Inline, internal, and external CSS

CSS Selectors

  • Element selectors
  •  Class selectors
  •  ID selectors
  •  Attribute selectors
  •  Pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements

 CSS Box Model

  •  Understanding the box model concept
  •  Margin, border, padding, and content areas o Box-sizing property


  • Font properties (family, size, weight, style) o Text color, alignment, and decoration
  •  Working with Google Fonts

Colors and Backgrounds

  • Color values and color names
  • Hexadecimal and RGB color codes
  • Background properties (color, image, position, repeat)

 Layout and Positioning

  • Display property and values (block, inline, inline-block)
  • Float and clear properties
  • Position property (relative, absolute, fixed)
  • CSS Grid and Flexbox layouts

CSS Units and Measurements

  • Absolute units (pixels, inches, centimeters) o Relative units (percentages, em, rem)
  • Viewport units (vw, vh, vmin, vmax)

CSS Transitions and Animations

  • Transition properties (duration, delay, timing function)
  • Transform properties (translate, rotate, scale) Keyframe animations

Responsive Web Design

  • Media queries and breakpoints
  •  Building responsive layouts
  •  Mobile-first vs. desktop-first approach

CSS Frameworks (Optional)

  • Introduction to popular CSS frameworks like Bootstrap or Foundation
  • Utilizing pre-built CSS classes and components

CSS Preprocessors (Optional)

  •  Introduction to CSS preprocessors like Sass or Less o Nesting, variables, mixins, and functions

CSS Best Practices and Optimization

  • Effcient CSS coding techniques
  • Minification and optimization tools
  • Browser compatibility and vendor prefixes

Introduction to Bootstrap

  • What is Bootstrap and why is it used?
  • Benefits of using Bootstrap for web development
  •  Bootstrap grid system and responsive design

Setting Up Bootstrap

  • Downloading Bootstrap or using a CDN o Linking Bootstrap CSS and JavaScript files
  • Understanding the Bootstrap file structure

Bootstrap Grid System

  • o Creating responsive layouts with rows and columns
  •  Understanding container classes (container, container-fluid)
  •  Applying column sizes and breakpoints

Typography and Text Styling

  •  – Using Bootstrap typography classes
  • – Working with headings, paragraphs, and inline text
  •  – Text alignment, emphasis, and transformations

Buttons and Badges

  • Creating buttons with different styles and sizes
  • Button groups and dropdowns
  •  Adding badges to highlight information

Navigation Components

  •  Building navigation bars (navbar) and menus o Responsive navigation with collapsing menus
  • Breadcrumbs, pagination, and tabs

Forms and Form Components

  • Styling HTML forms with Bootstrap classes Input fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, and select dropdowns
  • Form validation and feedback messages

Bootstrap Components

  •  Working with alerts, badges, and labels
  •  Creating panels and cards o Accordion, modal, and carousel components

Bootstrap Icons and Glyphicons

  •  Adding icons using Bootstrap Icons or Glyphicons Icon classes and customization options

Customizing Bootstrap

  • Overriding Bootstrap styles with custom CSS
  • Modifying Bootstrap variables and Sass files
  • Creating a custom Bootstrap theme

Responsive Design with Bootstrap

  •  Understanding responsive breakpoints  Hiding and showing elements on different devices o Creating responsive images and media

Bootstrap Best Practices and Resources

  •  Following Bootstrap coding conventions
  •  Troubleshooting common issues
  • Additional Bootstrap resources and documentation

Introduction to JavaScript

  •  What is JavaScript and its role in web development?

JavaScript in the browser and on the server (Node.js)

  •  Setting up a development environment

JavaScript Basics

  • Variables, data types, and operators
  • Control flow (if statements, loops, switch statements Functions and scope
  •  Working with arrays and objects

DOM Manipulation o Introduction to the Document Object Model (DOM) o Selecting and manipulating 1–ITML elements

  •  Modifying content, styles, and attributes o Handling events and event listeners

Working with Functions

  • Function declarations and expressions o Parameters and return values
  • Arrow functions

Higher-order functions and callbacks

Arrays and Iteration

  • Array methods (push, pop, shift, unshift, etc.)
  • Looping through arrays (for loop, forEach, map, filter) Array manipulation and transformation
  • Object-Oriented JavaScript

 Object literals and properties

  • Constructors and the ‘new’ keyword
  • Prototypes and inheritance
  • Classes and ES6 syntax

Asynchronous JavaScrip o Introduction to asynchronous programming o Callback functions and the event loop

  • Promises and async/await

Fetch API and working with AJAX

Error Handling and Debugging

  • Understanding JavaScript errors
  •  Debugging techniques and tools
  •  Error handling with try-catch blocks o Console methods and logging

Working with JSON and APIs

  •  Introduction to JSON (JavaScript Object Notation)
  • Making HTTP requests with XMLHttpRequest and Fetch API
  •  Parsing JSON data
  • Working with RESTfu1 APIs

Browser Storage

  •  Working with cookies
  •  Local Storage and Session Storage o Storing and retrieving data from the browser

JavaScript Modules and Bundlers

  • Organizing code into modules
  • Import and export statements
  •  Introduction to module bundlers (Webpack, Rollup)

JavaScript Best Practices

  • Clean code principles and best practices
  •  Code organization and naming conventions o Performance optimization techniques
  • Common JavaScript pitfalls and how to avoid them

Introduction to Node.js

  • What is Node.js and its key features?
  • Understanding the event-driven, non-blocking architecture
  • Installing Node.js and setting up a development environment

Node.js Basics

  • Working with the Node.js REPL (Read-Eval-Print Loop)
  • Writing and running simple Node.js scripts NPM (Node Package Manager) and managing dependencies

Modules and CommonJS

  • Introduction to modules and the CommonJS module system o Exporting and importing modules o Core modules vs. external modules

 Asynchronous Programming with Node.js

  • Understanding the non-blocking I/O model
  • Callbacks and handling asynchronous operations
  •  Promises and async/await for asynchronous control flow

File System Operations

  •  Reading and writing files using the fs module o Working with directories and file paths
  •  Synchronous vs. asynchronous file operations

 Building HTTP Servers

  • Creating an HTTP server using the http module
  •  Handling HTTP requests and responses
  • Routing and middleware concepts


Express.js Framework

  •  Introduction to Express.js as a web application framework o Setting up an Express.js server
  • Handling routes, requests, and responses Middleware and error handling

Working with Databases

  • Connecting to databases (e.g., MongoDB, MySQL) with Node.js o Performing CRUD operations (Create, Read, Update, Delete)
  • Using ORMs (Object-Relational Mappers) with Node.js

Working with APIs

  • Consuming and integrating with external APIs Making HTTP requests with Node.js (using axios, node-fetch, etc.)
  • Parsing and manipulating API responses

Authentication and Authorization

  • Implementing user authentication and authorization
  • Using libraries like Passport.js for authentication strategies
  • Implementing JWT (JSON Web Tokens) for session management

Websockets and Real-time Applications

  • Introduction to Websockets and real-time communication
  • Building a real-time chat application with Socket.io o Broadcasting events and handling real-time updates

Deployment and Scaling

  • Deploying Node.js applications to production servers o Configuring environment variables
  • Load balancing and scaling strategies

Introduction to MongoDB

  •  What is MongoDB and its key features?
  • Understanding NoSQL databases and MongoDB’s document-based approach
  •  Installing MongoDB and setting up a development environment

MongoDB Data Modeling

  • Document structure in MongoDB
  •  Designing collections and documents o Relationships between documents (embedded vs. referencing)

CRUD Operations in MongoDB

  •  Creating a database and collections
  • Inserting documents
  • Querying documents using find() and operators Updating and deleting documents

Querying in MongoDB

  • Query operators and their usage
  •  Sorting and limiting results
  •  Aggregation framework for complex queries
  • Indexing and improving query performance

MongoDB and Node.js

  • Connecting a Node.js application to MongoDB
  • Using the MongoDB Node.js driver (or an ORM like Mongoose) o Performing CRUD operations from Node.js

Introduction to Express.js

  • What is Express.js and its role in web development?
  • Understanding the Node.js and Express.js relationship
  • Installing Express.js and setting up a development environment • Building a Basic Server

Creating an Express.js server

  • Handling HTTP requests and responses
  • Routing and handling different routes

Middleware in Express.js o Understanding middleware and its role in Express.js

  •  Writing custom middleware functions
  • Implementing error handling middleware

Routing in Express.js

  •  Implementing route handlers for different HTTP methods
  • (GET, POST, etc.) o Creating dynamic routes with route parameters
  • Using query parameters and request body data

Templating Engines

  • Introduction to templating engines in Express.js
  • (such as EJS or Handlebars)
  • Rendering dynamic views and passing data to templates
  • Layouts, partials, and template inheritance

Working with Forms and Data

  • Handling form submissions in Express.js  Validating form data and displaying validation errors
  •  Processing and storing data in a database

Middleware for Authentication and Authorization

  • Implementing user authentication with middleware (such as Passport.js)
  •  Managing user sessions and cookies o Protecting routes with authorization middleware

Error Handling and Logging

  • Handling errors in Express.js applications
  • Implementing error logging and debugging techniques  Using third-party error logging tools

RESTful API Development

  • Designing and implementing RESTful APIs with Express.js
  • Defining API routes and handling CRUD operations
  • Handling authentication and authorization for APIs

File Upload and Download

  • Uploading and handling file uploads in Express.js
  •  Downloading files and serving static assets
  • Working with file storage services (such as Amazon S3)

Advanced Topics in Express.js

  •  WebSockets and real-time communication with Socket.io
  • Caching and performance optimization techniques  Implementing pagination and sorting in APIs

Testing and Deployment

  •  Unit testing and integration testing in Express.js
  •  Deploying Express.js applications to production servers Configuring environment variables and managing deployment environments

Introduction to React

  •  What is React and its key features?
  • Understanding React’s component-based architecture o Setting up a development environment

JSX and Component Fundamentals

  • Introduction to JSX syntax and its relationship to JavaScript
  • Creating functional and class components
  • Understanding component lifecycle methods

State and Props

  •  Managing state within React components
  • Passing data between components using props
  • Handling user events and updating state

Handling Forms and User Input

  • Creating controlled components for form inputs  Validating form data and handling form submission
  • Implementing form validation and error handling

Lists and Keys

  •  Rendering lists of data in React
  • Using keys for efficient list rendering
  • Updating lists and handling user interactions

React Router

  • Introduction to React Router for client-side routing
  •  Configuring routes and handling navigation o Passing parameters and accessing route data

Component Styling and CSS

  • Styling React components using CSS classes and inline styles o Exploring CSS-in-JS libraries (such as styled-components)
  • Applying component-based styling patterns

React Context

  • – Managing state and sharing data across components using Context
  • – Creating and consuming context providers and consumers

React Hooks

  • Introduction to React Hooks (useState, useEffect, useContext, etc.)
  •  Managing state and side effects with Hooks
  • Custom Hooks and their reuse across components

React and API Integration

  • Fetching data from APIs using asynchronous functions
  •  Handling API responses and updating component state Implementing loading indicators and error handling

React Forms and Validation Libraries

Working with form libraries in React

  • (such as Formik or React Hook Form)
  • Simplifying form handling and validation using form libraries

React Best Practices and Performance Optimization

  • Writing clean and reusable React code o Performance optimization techniques
  • (memoization, lazy loading, etc.)
  • Debugging and error handling in React application

Text Editors and Integrated Development Environments (IDEs):

  • Visual Studio Code: A popular and highly customizable text editor with powerful features and extensions for web development. o Sublime Text: A lightweight yet feature-rich text editor with a large user base and extensive plugin ecosystem. Atom: A hackable text editor built by GitHub, known for its flexibility and extensive package ecos
  • WebStorm: A full-fledged IDE specifically designed for web development, providing advanced features and tools.

Version Control Systems (VCS):

  • Git: A distributed version control system widely used in web development to track and manage changes in code repositories.
  • GitHub: A popular web-based hosting service for Git repositories, facilitating collaboration, code review, and version control.

Package Managers:

npm (Node Package Manager):

  • The default package manager for Node.js, used to install and manage JavaScript packages and dependencies.
  • Yarn: A fast and reliable package manager developed by Facebook, offering enhancements over npm in terms of speed and stability.

Task Runners:


  • A popular task runner that automates repetitive tasks such as minification, concatenation, and compilation of frontend assets.
  • Grunt: A JavaScript task runner used for automating build processes, running tests, and performing other development tasks.

Module Bundlers:

  • o webpack: A widely used module bundler that bundles JavaScript modules, assets, and resources, enabling efficient loading and deployment of web applications.
  •  Parcel: A zero-config bundler that automatically handles module bundling, code splitting, and asset management without requiring complex configurations.

CSS Preprocessors:

  •  Sass: A popular CSS preprocessor that extends CSS syntax with features like variables, nesting, mixins, and functions. o Less: Another CSS preprocessor that simplifies writing and organizing CSS code by introducing variables, mixins, and other dynamic features.

Task Runners:

  • Babel: A widely used JavaScript compiler that transpiles modern JavaScript code into backward-compatible versions, allowing developers to use the latest language features while ensuring cross-browser compatibility.

Browser Developer Tools

  • Chrome DevTools: Built into the Google Chrome browser, it provides a comprehensive set of tools for debugging, profiling, and inspecting web applications.
  •  Firefox Developer Tools: Similar to Chrome DevTools, it offers a range of debugging and development tools for web developers using the Firefox browser.

Live Reloading and Code Editors:

  • BrowserSync: A development server that enables live reloading and synchronization of code changes across multiple devices and browsers.
  • Live Server: A lightweight development server that provides live reloading functionality for HTML, CSS, and JavaScript changes.

Linters and Code Formatters:

  •  ESLint: A popular linter that helps enforce consistent coding styles, detect errors, and highlight potential issues in JavaScript code. o Prettier: A code formatter that automatically formats code according to predefined rules, ensuring consistent code style and formatting across projects.
  • Mini project on HTML and CSS
  • Mini Project on JavaScript
  • Mini Project on React
  • Capstone project using all modules

Course Projects

>  Time Table using HTML

>  Mini Project using Semantic Tag

>  Project Using CSS Position 

>  Project Using CSS Flex 

>  Project Using CSS Grid  

>  Project Using DOM-1

>  Project Using DOM-1

>  CRUD User Profile

>  Simple Login & Signup API

>  Capstone Project Backend 

Why Choose MERN STACK Course in Pune?

The professional faculty at IT Shaala create and implement the MERN Stack Training Course in accordance with the demands of the leading industries. The course focuses on teaching students how to create an application using the MERN Stack programming language most powerfully and quickly.

IT Shaala offers collaborative classroom training, and the majority of our courses are built on real-world learning to improve the students’ working abilities utilizing the actual software application. The practical lessons educate students so that by the end of the course, they are ready to land a job as a MERN Stack professional at an MNC.

Students receive on-the-job training. To offer trainees a true taste of the MERN Stack world, they are given the opportunity to work on real-world projects under the supervision of specialists. IT Shaala placement cell conducts one-on-one mock interviews for the MERN Stack Classes in Pune, as well as aptitude training sessions and soft skill training workshops, to prepare students for any type of interview to gain a position in the top IT organizations. IT Shaala training transforms a newbie computer user into a MERN Stack professional by providing in-depth understanding of the popular software programming language.

MERN Stack Classes in Pune

Mern Stack is used by over 6000 enterprises since it is an open-source technology that is free to use. The Mern Stack is utilized on both the client and server sides. Mern Stack is entirely composed of components. It is currently one of the most widely used client-side and server-side platforms in well-known Indian and international organizations. As a result, if you want to work with large MNCs such as PayPal, Upwork, Google, and others, now is a fantastic time to enrol in the Best MERN Stack Training.

If you want to be well-known in the IT field, you must keep up with the latest innovations. IT Shaala will handle all of these aspects and train you under the supervision of an expert tutor. Join IT Shaala for the finest MERN Stack Classes and get employed right away. IT Shaala training conference is held in a welcoming setting, allowing students to clarify their thoughts without difficulty. IT Shaala’s well-known MERN Stack Course in Pune will prepare you for MERN Stack-related technical interviews, as well as coding and debugging.

MERN Stack Highlights

MERN Stack efficiency was utilized to construct the front-end for the majority of the Enterprise Applications. Mern Stack is the most used language in the IT industry. Mern Stack developers are among the highest paid in the IT sector. The developer community is really robust. There are almost ten million developers.

Why should I take MERN Stack Course in Pune?

IT Shaala MERN Stack Course in Pune is built on the development of a single page application. A entire website is loaded on a single page with Single Page Application. Server communication on the page without refreshing the entire web page. Instead of loading the entire URL, a portion of a web page is updated. It improves the user’s experience. Frameworks based on the principle of Dependency Injection include MongoDB, Angular, Nodejs, and Expressjs. Framework Inject application object dependencies. As a result, it is employed for more speedy and efficient application. Modular web development supports MongoDB, Angular, Nodejs, and Expressjs. The application code is separated into reusable modules. The module must integrate other parts of web applications such as components, directives, pipes, and services.

The idea of two-way data binding lies at the heart of MongoDB, Angular, Nodejs, and Expressjs. It is a system for automated data and model synchronization. Cross-platform is supported by MongoDB, Angular, Nodejs, and Expressjs. We may create three sorts of apps utilizing MongoDB, Angular, Nodejs, and Expressjs.

How MERN Stack is working?

IT Shaala is the finest. MERN Stack Training offers a comprehensive MERN Stack Course in Pune that covers everything from fundamental MongoDB, Angular, Nodejs, and Expressjs installation to entire app development. The HTML property is a Directive that is later used to bind the input and final output elements of the web page to a model. This fundamental Model is then represented by a Standard JavaScript Variable. The value of a variable can be set manually or accessed via JSON resources.

Certification after MERN Stack Course provided by IT Shaala

IT Shaala offers MERN Stack Certification to students who successfully complete our course. All of the world’s biggest corporations have certified our institute’s MERN Stack Certification. It enhances your professional credentials as a MernStack specialist. Many of our students are now working as Mern Stack specialists at top IT businesses, earning competitive salaries.

Online Classes

MERN Stack is an open-source JavaScript framework for web development that integrates technologies such as MongoDB, ReactJS, NodeJS, Express, and others used in online application development. IT Shaala’s Online MERN STACK Course in Pune teaches you all you need to know about MERN Stack.

IT Shaala’s online MERN Stack Training will provide you with the most up-to-date knowledge on MERN Stack fundamentals, advancements such as MongoDB, NodeJS, ReactJS, and their components, and so on with live specialists. Learning the Online MERN Stack Training will make you an expert in this subject, which includes highlights of several improvements useful for online application development and numerous other concepts. Our Online MERN Stack Course in Pune module will show you how to succeed in the MERN Stack stage.

Corporate Training

With Corporate MERN Stack Training, you will become acquainted with the MERN Stack fundamentals and other advanced characteristics that will make you an expert in web application innovation to handle continuous errands. IT Shaala provides Corporate MERN Stack Training, where you will learn how to construct dynamic web apps more quickly in practice. The Corporate MERN Stack classes in Pune will teach you several skills for getting started with the MERN Stack structure and will also help you stay current in the industry. Trainers at IT Shaala will teach you each topic using real-world case studies to ensure that you grasp it completely. 

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