Certified ANDROID Project Oriented Training Programme



  • FREE ADVANCE ROBOTIC KIT with accessories to every Individual Group.
  • Life Time Technical Support for Valid Certificate Holder.
  • Register / Generate / Check ONLINE about your certificate validation.
  • Purchase Any of our Product with 10% discount for the first time with your valid certificate code.
  • Certificate will be provided by Acharyaji Technologies.
  • Training to Code will be assign to every Zonal Center for easy online inquiry.
  • Certificate of Participation to all Zonal participants.
  • Certificate of Excellence to all Zonal Winners.
  • Chance to represent yourself on various National / International platform.
  • Enhance your Knowledge through various Hand-on Projects.

Workshop Description

Android workshop is basically designed for school students, who wants to start their career in robotics or they want to learn robotics for knowledge or passion. The students who has eager to learn Robotics from basics and want to implement real time project on Robotics. They will get the chance to use their knowledge in of designing, construction, operation, and application of Robot with hands on practical experience.

The duration of this workshop will be two consecutive days with six-eight hours session each day, in total hours properly divided into theory and hand on practical sessions. At the end of this workshop a competition will be organized among the participating students where each participating student will get Certificate of Participation and the Winners will get Certificate of Excellence.

  •  Workshop Level : Basic Level
  •  Best Suited for : All Science Students
  •  Workshop Certification : Acharyaji Technologies.
  •  Workshop Training Kit :  AVR Atmega8 advance development board **Product ID: AT0011
  •  Kits Source : products.acharyaji.in
  • Basics of ANDROID
  • Android Architecture
  • Building Blocks of OOPs
  • Platform (Tools and Rules)
  • IO's vs ANDROID
  • Future Scope of Android
  • Knowledge of Eclipse IDE
  • Understanding of API Level
  • How it all got started
  • Why Android is different (importance) and Where Android scores over others
  • Android Overview and History
  • Introduction of JAVA and XML
  • Android API levels (versions $ version names)
  • Android architectural overview
  • Brief History of Android Device Programming
  • Front-end Programming in XML
  • Backend Programming in JAVA
  • Setting up Development Environment
  • Configuring the Android Plug-in for Eclipse
  • Main Building Blocks Basic Android User Interface
  • Android System Overview
  • Intro to Layout and Widgets
  • Working with various layouts- Linear, Relative, Table, Frame
  • Working with various Widgets- Text-View, Edit-Text, Buttons, Image-Views and Scroll View etc.
  • Basic Building Blocks - Activities, Services
  • Layout Nesting
  • Activity and It’s Life Cycle
  • Designing of an Activity
  • Life Cycle of an Activity
  • AndroidMainfest.xml
  • Registering an Activity
  • Setting of Android Virtual Device
  • Intent Explanation
  • Explicit and Implicit Intents
  • Starting an Activity using any Intent
  • Intro to BUNDLE
  • Putting Data from one Activity to another
  • Building Camera in Android
  • Fetching Image using Intent
  • Toast
  • Dialog Builder
  • Alert-Dialog
  • Action-bar Notification
  • Intents (detailed)`
  • Explicit Intents
  • Implicit Intents
  • Example

Android Projects- We are providing vast range of projects based on Android in shortest time limit.

  • Setting up Android Environment
  • Creating an Android Project on Eclipse
  • Building Blocks of Android Project
  • The Button Project
  • The Calculator
  • Demonstration of Activity Life Cycle
  • Intent-A jump from one page to other
  • The Toast
  • The Progress Bar
  • Splash Screen Application
  • Music Player
  • SMS
  • Camera
  • Text to speech
  • Login Page
One (Acharyaji Atmega8 Robotics Advance development Board)
  • Reset using hardware switch.
  • On board DTMF interface plug-in slot.
  • On board crystal oscillator of 12 MHz frequency.
  • On board Bluetooth Module interface plug-in slot.
  • Driver Software not required (Plug & Play device).
  • Advance Packing of AVR ATmega8 (TQFP) on Board.
  • Two supply inputs: One through battery and another through Adapter.
  • On board 5 volt regulated power supply for the board and external peripherals.
  • Two H-Bridge implemented on the board using L293D IC to drive two DC motor.
  • Programming via boot loading through USB Port or 6-Pin ISP (In System Programming) cable.

One (A o B USB printer cable)

One (High Quality Plastic Chassis Board)

One (Screw driver)

One (Ball Caster wheel)

Two (Infrared Digital Sensors)

Four (Support Studs)

One Pair of wheel 76mm Diameter

One Pair D.C Plastic gear motors

Required Software’s and Study Material

Other required Tools and accessories etc.