JAVA OOP (NOTES) by Anmol Agarwal | Helpline for ICSE Students (Class 10) @icsehelpline101

ICSE Computer: JAVA – Object Oriented Programming – OOP (NOTES)

Here is another set of ICSE Class 10 Notes by a dedicated reader, Mr. Anmol Agarwal, for the subject Computer. We are grateful to him for helping us expand the subjects for which notes are available to readers of the blog. The ones we are sharing here are on the topic, Object Oriented Programming (OOP). Do check them out!


Here’s a link to download the PDF file for the above-mentioned notes:

ICSE NOTES: JAVA – Object Oriented Programming – OOP (Compiled by Anmol Agarwal)

You may print these notes through the PDF file and refer to them for your personal use as required. You are forbidden to reproduce any part of these notes without our prior permission. For more information, please contact us or go through our copyright policy. 


Let us know your feedback on these study notes in the Comments section below! Hope they help you revise before your Class 10 Computer Board Exam!



Also see other important study notes on Java for ICSE Class 10 and for other topics of the ICSE Board Exams:

ICSE Computer: JAVA – Arrays (NOTES)

ICSE Computer: JAVA – Constructors (NOTES)

ICSE Class 10 Quick Links – all notes in one place


5 thoughts on “ICSE Computer: JAVA – Object Oriented Programming – OOP (NOTES)

  1. sankalp says:

    Sir it is good that you are providing notes but have you ever seen the notes by yourself ?the handwriting is unreadable it is all like a mess nothing can be read in those notes .From the next time I request you to send clean and readable notes.

    Liked by 1 person

    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi Sankalp,

      Thank you for stopping by and taking the time to share your feedback!

      These notes have been contributed by readers, i.e. students who are in or have graduated from tenth grade. I agree that these particular notes come at the cost of handwriting, but since I did not take Computer as a subject, I cannot make notes for the same. I believe some notes are better than none, especially from the viewpoint of students who badly require some sort of study material for Computer.

      If you are a Computer student and would like to contribute notes that you believe will be more readable, then you are welcome to send us a message via

      Let me know if you have further concerns. Keep visiting!


  2. Himasikta says:

    I am facing trouble in understanding programs based on looping statements where these statements are used to print a certain pattern or series. Please help me out.


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