Short Overview
Data structures are essential for organizing, managing, and storing data efficiently. In C++, data structures enable you to perform operations such as searching, sorting, and manipulating data effectively.
 Course Overview
 Introduction of Data Structure & Algorithm
 Types of Data Structure
 What is Stack?
 Stack Implementations
 Application of Stack
 Evaluation of Prefix and Postfix Expression
 Conversion of Infix to Postfix
 Conversion of Infix to Prefix
 What is Queue?
 Queue Implementations
 Linear Queue V/s Circular Queue
 Application of Queue
 What is Linked List?
 Types of Linked List
 Implementation of Singly Linked List
 Implementation of Circular Linked List
 Implementation of Doubly linked list
 Implementation of Dynamic Stack
 Application of Linked List
 Addition of Polynomial using Linked List
 What is Tree?
 Binary Tree
 Complete Binary Tree
 Extended Binary Trees
 Array and Linked Representation of Binary trees
 Traversing Binary trees
 Representation of Binary Tree
 Threaded Binary trees
 Binary Search Tree
 Implementation of BST
 Preorder Traversal
 Inorder Traversal
 Postorder Traversal
 Tree Traversal Algorithms
 Heap
 AVL Tree
 Threaded Binary Tree
 What is Graph?
 Representation of Graphs
 What is Graph Traversal ALgorithm
 What is Shortest path
 Dijkstra's Algorithm
 Warshall's Algorithm
 What is spanning tree
 Minimal Spanning Tree
 Prim's Algorithm
 Kruskal Algorithm
 Recursion
 Format of Recursive Function
 Application of Recursion
 Asymptotic Notation
 Big O Notation
 OmegaΩ notation
 Theta𐐃 notations
 Guidelines for Asymptotic Analysis
 Sorting
 Bubble Sort
 Selection Sort
 Insertion Sort
 Quick Sort
 Merge Sort
 Heap Sort
 Linear Search
 Sequential Search
 Binary Search
 What is Hashing?
 What is Collision?
 Collision Resolution Technique
 What is Linear Probing?
 What is Bucket Technique?
 What is Chaining Technique
 What is STL
 Importance of STL
 Collision Resolution Technique

Three Member's of STL 
 Containers
 Iterators
 Algorithms
From Fundamentals to Advanced Data Structures in C++
 Basics to Advanced: Master data structures using C+ programming, starting from basic concepts to advanced techniques.
 Zero to Hero: Progress from a beginner to an expert in implementing data structures using C++.
 Comprehensive Coverage: Learn everything from arrays, linked lists, stacks, and queues to trees, graphs, and hash tables.
Online/Offline Lectures
 50+ Hours: Attend live, interactive sessions taught by experienced instructors in data structures and C++ programming.
 Handson Practice: Enhance your understanding of data structures by coding during live sessions.
 Practice Sessions: Participate in dedicated sessions to solidify your grasp on complex data structures.
Doubt Solving
 Unlimited Doubt Clearing Sessions: Get all your questions answered with support from expert instructors.
Test Series and Assignments
 TopicWise Test Series: Evaluate your understanding with tests after each major data structure.
 Assignments: Apply your learning through practical coding assignments focused on data structures using C++.
Lecture Notes
 Detailed Notes: Access comprehensive notes for every lecture, covering critical data structure concepts.
Certifications
 Data Structures in C++ Completion Certificate: Earn a certificate for mastering data structures using C++.
Computer / Laptop Requirments
 System With Minimum I3 Processor Or Better
 At Least 4 Gb Of Ram
C++ Compiler
 GCC (GNU Compiler Collection): A widely used opensource compiler for C++.
 Clang: A compiler for C++ that is part of the LLVM project.
 Microsoft Visual Studio: Includes the MSVC (Microsoft Visual C++) compiler for Windows.
Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
 Code::Blocks: A free C/C++ IDE with support for various compilers.
 DevC++: An opensource IDE for C/C++ programming.
 Visual Studio Code: A versatile code editor that supports C++ development with extensions.
Text Editors
 Sublime Text: A lightweight text editor with support for C++ syntax highlighting through plugins.
 Notepad++: A text editor with C++ syntax highlighting and support for code editing.
Version Control System
Documentation and Resources
 The C++ Programming Language by Bjarne Stroustrup: A comprehensive book by the creator of C++.