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NARALKAR INSTITUTE is offering more than 100 types of courses at very affordable prices which include certificate courses and diploma courses covering Graphic Designing, Web Designing, Video Editing, Animation, CAD, Digital Marketing..ETC

 NARALAKAR Institute is offering highly creative and advanced training as per the industry need with a special focus on workshops, pre-press, post-press, and sketching classes.

We provide guaranteed placement for any body who is ready to work under our prescribed guidelines. We have 100% placement track record till now. After completing our advanced web Designing course one can join as a Web Graphic Artist, UI Designer, UX Designer, Website Designer, Mobile Website Designer, Responsive Website Designer, Flash Designer, JavaScript Developer, Angular Expert, PHP Programmer, CMS Developer, and Search Engine Optimization Expert etc.

NARALKAR Institute offers numerous diploma programs and certification courses in graphic designing and web designing. Our main motive is to make you successful as per the today’s competitive industry.

We have a strong team of professionals having expert knowledge in their fields. Our trainers are very supportive and renders friendly working environment to the students which stimulate their growth in a positive manner. They all are less with huge industrial and teaching experiences.

People generally use the terms “web design” and “web development” similarly, but its wrong, both have different meanings. If you really want to make career in it so you need to know the difference.

 

 WEB DESIGN

Web Design is the front-end part of the website. A web designer only focuses on how a site looks and how the clients interact with it. If you want to know that what you need to learn to become a good web designer

 

WEB DEVELOPMENT

Web Development is the back-end process of the website. A web developer is concerned with how a site works and how the clients get things done on it. It includes server side programmings, knowledge of databases, and ajax to set interactions on the pages.

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