In our class, we’re all doing the same Python course. Some seniors couldn’t finish, maybe because they want full knowledge or find some concepts tricky.
So according to my viewpoint, It really depends on each student. As the length of course is 6 months mentioned by the institution, but still, you can’t say there’s a fixed time.
So, Python courses varies. This is good because some like quick insights, while others want to dive deep into Python.
Python course durations vary, with short introductions lasting weeks and comprehensive programs spanning months.
I’m at CBitss, doing a six-month course, and I’m really happy. We practice every day, and in five months, I’ve covered many things.
If you’re choosing a course, think about what you want to learn in Python. It’s all about your goals and how deep you want to dive into Python stuff.