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Manual Testing Online Training2020-03-03T14:48:24+05:30

Manual Testing Online Training

 20-25 Hours

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 2043 Total Learners

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Free Course Access for 365 Days
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23 May

Mon – Fri ( Weekdays )

07:30 PM – 08:30 PM ( IST )

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02 June

Sat – Sun ( Weekends )

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Who Can Learn

  • To being a successful software testing engineer you may have graduate or post graduate degree from computer science stream. But this is not necessary
  • BTech/ B.E., MCA, BCA, BSc- Computers, will land you a job quickly.
  • General Salary Ranges from : (6-7) Lacs for mini 3 years experience.
  • Business does not required  to depend on coding and scripting professionals, a layman can create a data analytics  with clear & concise insights.

Manual Testing Course Curriculum

Duration: 20-25 Hours

  • Introduction to Software Testing
  • Objectives of Testing
  • Project vs. Product
  • Error / Fault / Failure
  • Why Software has defects?
  • Importance of testing
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • What is Quality?
  • How much testing is enough?
  • Differences between Manual and Automation Testing.
  • Most common defects
  • Cost of fixing defects
  • Testing then … and Testing now…

  • SDLC Phases
    • Requirements Phase.
    • Analysis Phase.
    • Design phase.
    • Coding Phase.
    • Testing phase.
    • Delivery and Maintenance Phase.
  • What is Verification & Validation
  • Difference between QA & QC
  • Role of a Tester
  • SDLC Models
  • Waterfall Model.
  • V Model
  • Rad model
  • Agile Model.
  • Prototype Model.
  • Spiral Model.

  • Static Testing
  • Dynamic Testing
  • White Box Testing
  • Black Box Testing
  • Gray Box Testing
  • Static Testing Techniques
  • Reviews
  • Walkthroughs
  • White Box Testing
  • Unit Testing
  • Integration Testing
  • Top-down Approach
  • Bottom up Approach
  • Hybrid Approach
  • Big bang Approach
  • Black Box Testing
  • System Testing
  • User Acceptance Testing (UAT)
  • Alpha Testing
  • Beta Testing
  • System Testing and Types of System Testing
  • Smoke / Sanity Testing
  • Formal Testing
  • Database Testing
  • Ad-hoc Testing
  • Re-Testing and Regression Testing
  • End-to-End Testing
  • Exploratory Testing
  • Buddy Testing
  • Pair Testing
  • Monkey Testing
  • UI Testing
  • Usability Testing
  • Intersystem Testing
  • Port Testing
  • Security Testing
  • Performance Testing
  • Load Testing
  • Stress Testing
  • Compatibility Testing
  • Installation Testing
  • Globalization Testing
  • Localization Testing
  • Recovery Testing

  • Testing Shows the Presence of Defects.
  • Early Testing.
  • Exhaustive Testing is Not Possible.
  • Testing is Context-Dependent.
  • Pesticide Paradox.
  • Absence of Error.

  • Test Planning
  • Test Strategy
  • Test Plan
  • Test Plan Document
  • Object.
  • Scope of Testing.
  • Schedule.
  • Approach.
  • Roles & Responsibilities.
  • Assumptions.
  • Risks & Mitigations.
  • Entry & Exit Criteria.
  • Test Automation.
  • Deliverables.
  • Test Analysis
  • Analyzing Functional Requirements
  • Preparing Requirement Clarification

  • Write Test cases
  • Review Test cases
  • Test Cases Template
  • Types of Test Cases
  • Difference between Test Scenarios and Test Cases.
  • Test Case Design Techniques
  • ECP
  • BVA
  • Decision Table Testing
  • State Transition Testing
  • Use case Testing
  • Preparing Test Data
  • Preparing RTM
  • Test Environment setup
  • Understand the SRS
  • Hardware and software requirements
  • Test Data

  • Execute test cases
  • Defining Test Sets
  • Adding Tests to a Test Set
  • Scheduling Test Runs
  • Running Tests Manually
  • Viewing and Analyzing Test Results
  • What is defect?
  • Types of Bugs
  • Bug/Defect Lifecycle
  • Defect Classification
  • Defect Severity & Defect Priority
  • Defect Report Template
  • Defect Reporting & Defect Tracking
  • Test Closure
  • Criteria for Test Closure
  • Status Reports (Daily and Weekly)
  • Test Summary Reports

  • What is Agile
  • What is Scrum/XP/Iterative Models
  • Sprint plan
  • Scrum Master
  • Stake Holder
  • Sprint Meeting
  • Scrum Call
  • Scrum Meeting
  • Backlogs
  • Advantages and Dis Advantages of Agile

  • QC/ALM
  • JIRA
  • Redmine
  • TestLink
  • BugTracker

  • How to Prepare Effective Resume
  • How to Explain Live Project in Interview
  • FAQS

Frequently asked questions

understanding requirement documents, creating test cases, executing test cases, reporting and re-testing bugs, attending review meetings and other team building activities.
According to PayScale, an entry-level software tester can expect an average annual salary of around 2,50,000-4,50,000 per year. The highest-paying skills associated with this career are the Selenium automated test tool.
It entirely depends on the mode of learning process you choose. Online or Instructor-based.
For each session either Instructor-based or online, you need minimum 1 hour to spend on each session.

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