The Raspberry Pi is a small, inexpensive, low-power computer aimed at getting children interested in Computer Science.

It is, however, a very flexible machine, and its capabilities have made it very popular among makers and hobbyists.

It is a mini-computer of the size of a credit card can do most of the things that you can do on a desktop like spreadsheets, word-processing and games in High Definition! Now, coding and interfacing has become a lot more fun to do with Raspberry Pi. When eight year old at school toy around with Raspberry Pi building games and gadgets, its time you get hacking into gadgets and build things never imagined before.

In this course you will learn the basic building blocks of the Raspberry Pi and make some cool applications.


  • Introduction to Raspberry Pi
  • Architecture and Hardware specifications
  • Brief introduction to Linux (embedded)
  • Introduction to ARM11 microcontroller
  • Python – programming language
  • Setting up Raspberry PI
  • Flashing the loading the SD card with the OS
  • Booting the OS
  • Intro of items on the desktop (Debian Linux)
  • Intro and hands-on coding of Python (comparison with C programming over Linux machines)
  • Enabling GPIO pins
  • LED interfacing using the GPIO
  • Using HDMI port, USB ports(mouse/keyboard), Audio jack
  • Button input and LDR interfacing
  • Buzzer, PIR and various sensor interfacing


  • Raspberry Pi model B board (512MB)
  • 8GB SD Card with Debian OS image
  • USB micro cable (for power)


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