A workshop on Big Data to be held at Pulchowk Campus

A workshop on Big Data is going to take place at Pulchowk Campus with the combined effort of IEEE Nepal and Free Student’s Union in association with BEcon Fest(IIT Delhi Event). The workshop will be a three days event. To get the participants involved and get cracking on this immersive topic there will be a warm-up session (from Fusemachines) and two days (16 hours) intensive program which includes explanation and breakdown of theoretical concepts, practical applications and quizzes to evaluate performance.

-Industry Expert Faculty from IIT Delhi with more than 8 years of experience in respective field.
-Certificate to each participant at the end of the workshop.
– Medals and Certificates to outstanding top 5 students.

Top 5 selected students will get the opportunity to participate the final round @ IIT Delhi Campus.  Accommodation is fully covered and partial transportation costs are covered for the winner. Winners are selected on the basis of the quiz, interview and performance.
Seats are limited to 60 participants only and will be given on first come first serve basis. The registration fee is Rs.:2000/- which covers certificate, food, stationery items and internet cost for the event. The registration will open at 8 PM on Saturday, 16th June 2018. Payments have to be made on campus time to ensure participation. More details will be available with the registration form. The additional information regarding Syllabus and the course instructor will be announced soon.

For more info contact Anish Bhusal at 9844750725 and Aditi Gajurel at 9845028270. You can find more details on the event page on Facebook.


Sushant Gautam

Mostly writes on growing tech trends, events, and future of technologies. He has a keen interest in tech entrepreneurial infrastructures and startup ecosystem of Nepal. He believes in using latest technologies in problem-solving and regularly patrols the progress in solving SDGs in developing countries. He is also a licenced amateur radio operator and ETC volunteer for disaster communication .

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