To put it simply, no. Not only is this dangerous, but most jurisdictions require bonding and grounding to be done by a licensed electrician or to have an electrician check the work once you've installed it.
If an inspector finds out you did your own work you could be hit with code violations and be forced to re-do everything according to local and national electrical code. In most cases, it's cheaper and easier to have an experienced electrician do the work correctly the first time.
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