MSSQL Training

MSSQL also popularly known as SQL Server is a relational database management system (RDBMS) developed by Microsoft which is used for storing and retrieving data. It was initially released by Microsoft Corporation Inc. in association with Sybase in 1989 and later Microsoft retained all the rights. Since then Microsoft has released various versions of SQL Server in 2000, 2005, 2008, 2012, and 2014 adding more features and editions. MSSQL is a popular database system among C# and developers since it is easily compatible.

Data management is a tedious job if we have to do it manually. This has created the need for a system that provides interaction with databases and users in a more friendly and interactive way. MSSQL can easily handle or store text data and it can also store other types of data such as graphics, an audio files, and other more complex formats. The ability grants users to quickly store and retrieve data/information and the facility to access data from the MSSQL database at once by multiple users has made it a very popular database management system.

This course will disseminate insights about the terminology, concepts, and skills necessary to understand database components, security requirements, graphical tools, and scripts allowing students to develop skills and tools to implement their knowledge in real-time application development. As well, Implementing and managing solutions, and integrating SQL Server with other applications will also be highly emphasized during the training.

This course has been designed to provide fundamental knowledge along with real-time development scenarios. The training course gradually starts from Database fundamentals and then moves towards the associate level which will discuss SQL Server, Querying MSSQL, Administrating SQL Servers, and Implementing Data storage with MSSQL. Next, the course advances toward the expert level. In this section, students will gain thorough knowledge about techniques, models, and strategies to develop MSSQL Server with databases and design solutions for MSSQL. Finally, in the last section, students will learn to implement data models and reports with MS SQL Server and design Business intelligence solutions.

MSSQL Training is intended for candidates who want to learn both database development and database administrator track. MSSQL training will provide in-depth knowledge about the Data Manipulation Language, Data Definition Language, and designing Databases using E-R diagrams, Keys, Relationships, Joins, Cursors, and triggers.

At IT Training Nepal we have a pool of highly experienced and dedicated team of professionals working with MSSQL. With the help of reference materials, a collaborative learning environment, and professional guidelines you can surely achieve your goal to become a qualified database developer/ administrator.


The main objective of this course is to develop qualified professionals who will be able to administer and develop complex SQL Server.

The course objectives of this training course are:

  • To learn to develop and manage MSSQL Server databases
  • To learn to access, store, retrieve and manipulate data and queries with SQL
  • To use graphical and command tools with MSSQL
  • To develop strategies and use tools to perform monitoring and performance tuning.
  • To understand and Integrate SQL Server with .NET, MS Office, and XML
  • Identify, evaluate, and implement solutions and database security.

Who can join MySQL training?

A person who wants to work in the field of the database as a database administrator or as a database developer can join this training. Since, no programming knowledge is required it is easy for people from other backgrounds to start a career in IT. If you want to go to the US and start a career in the database then this training is appropriate for you. It is equally important for web application developers working on technology and desktop application developers working on C#.

Prerequisites: No prior technical knowledge is required hence anyone who wants to start a career in the database can join this training.

Duration : 1.5 Months-2 months

Syllabus Expand All
  • Introduction to MSSQL SERVER
  • Knowledge of Client Server Architecture in MSSQL SERVER
  • Introduction to SQL Server Configuration Tools
  • Difference between different versions of SQL Server editions and compare its features
  • Introduction to SQL Server Management Studio and organizing the workspace
  • Registering different types of servers
  • Exploring object explorer
  • Understanding database properties using management studio
  • Understanding columns properties using management studio
  • exploring security and management properties in object explorer
  • Using the query analyzer using the query editor
  • Introduction to Structured Query Language
  • Difference between Data Definition Language and Data Manipulation Language
  • Understanding data types and selecting the correct data types to store data in a table
  • create a table using CREATE TABLE SQL
  • Importance of constraints and using it
  • Identify unique records using PRIMARY KEY and UNIQUE constraints
  • Using the database diagramming tool
  • Understanding the importance of Normalization
  • Enforcing relationships using FOREIGN KEY
  • Fetch Data using Structured Query Language
  • Filter data using the where clause in SQL
  • Working with data and time
  • Working with strings and substrings
  • Converting data from one data type to another data type
  • Sorting the extracted data
  • Use of predicates in the SQL
  • Importance of Joins
  • Using inner joins in SQL
  • Using left outer joins in SQL
  • Multiplying data using cross joins
  • Understanding Complex Joins
  • Make use of Unions to stack data
  • Introduction to Sub Queries
  • Make use of sub-queries in the form of expression
  • Adding sub-queries as derived tables
  • Working with correlated subqueries
  • Use aggregate functions in SQL
  • Knowing how to group data set
  • Nesting aggregations by using group by clause
  • Filtering, grouping, and adding grand totals and making use of having clause
  • Generating cross tab (pivot ) table
  • Knowing how to calculate the cumulative sum
  • Using full-text search
  • Searching for specific words
  • Using fuzzy search technique to search phrases
  • Introduction to Views
  • Create view
  • Preventing disappearing rows using views
  • Protecting schema changes using schema binding
  • Nesting of Views
  • Introduction to Distributed queries
  • Link to external data sources
  • Execute distributed queries
  • Using pass-through queries
  • Insert, update, and delete data
  • Using the output clause
  • Introduction to T-SQL
  • Make use of variables
  • control the procedural flow
  • examine SQL Server with Code
  • make use of temp tables
  • Understanding how to develop dynamic SQL
  • Introduction to Stored Procedure
  • Knowing how to compile stored procedure and execute it
  • Knowing how to capture RETURN values from stored procedures
  • Declaring variables and parameters
  • Creating and utilizing local variables in a stored procedure
  • Passing input and output parameters in a stored procedure
  • Interrogating global variables
  • Working with a cursor
  • Handling errors
  • Controlling transactions
  • Develop stored procedures that can fetch data from multiple servers
  • Execute dynamic queries by using OPENROWSET and OPENQUERY
  • Introduction to Trigger
  • Using instead of trigger
  • Knowing how to disable trigger
  • Using the update function
  • Selecting transaction data
  • Nesting of Trigger and using recursive trigger
  • Using trigger to validate complex business rules
  • Auditing data changes
  • Introduction to user-defined functions
  • Creating scalar functions
  • Make use of the inline table-valued function
  • Using multi-statement table-valued user-defined functions
  • Using apply command
  • Introduction to Indexing
  • Creating index
  • Examining query execution
  • Understanding transaction faults
  • stepping through a transaction
  • understanding lock and working with locks
  • viewing deadlocks
  • Implement conditions by using the IF-ELSE statement
  • Make use of WHILE and GOTO loops
  • Identifying the start and end of code blocks with BEGIN and END
  • Make use of PRINT for debugging
  • Returning data using RETURN
  • Debugging T-SQL in Management Studio
  • Knowing how to handle errors
  • communicate problems with clients using RAISERROR
  • intercept errors using TRY and CATCH
  • Dealing with open transactions when an exception occurs
  • Introduction to optimization theory

After the completion of MSSQL training, one can start working as a database developer or a database administrator. It is required in almost all software companies. MSSQL is in high demand in the US at companies that work with huge volumes of data.

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