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|Name||Introduction to Scientific Computing using Python|
|No. of Participants||91|
|Venue||Atharva College of Engineering (ACE), Malad|
|Details||Atharva College of Engineering, established in 1999, is an engineering college in Mumbai. ACE is affiliated to the University of Mumbai and recognised by the Government of Maharashtra and the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi. FOSSEE IIT bombay conducted a remote live assisted 1-Day workshop on 'Introduction to Scientific Computing ' with this institute. It was a full day workshop starting at 9:00 a.m. and ending at 6:00 p.m. . All resource materials were shared with the institute prior to the workshop. The video lectures were then downloaded and broadcast ed in the room where the participants were seated. FOSSEE support personnel were available on chat during the workshop providing live technical assistance . All Q&A sessions were answered by the FOSSEE team remotely. Quizzes were conducted using the Yaksh online test platform maintained by FOSSEE, IIT Bombay. The test activity was also monitored live through webcam and on a video portal . FOSSEE team issued certificates to all passing candidates as per marks secured in the quizzes.|