This event will check the designing accuracy of the participants. In this event, the teams will be given an image of raw HTML and CSS code and they will be required to draw the most probable design of the page generated by that code. Each team will be judged by their design accuracy and number of correct designs.This event has only one round and marking will be done as per the level of correctness of the page designed.
This event judges the logic designing of the participants. In this event, the contestants will be given a problem statement and they have to write their code in their preferred language. But the constraint is that they will be judged by the file size of code they have written. So the less code you write, the better. Seeing the problem of language neutrality i.e. a problem coded in one specific language may take more space as compared to when coded on a different language, a normalised marking structure will be created for giving score.The event will consist of 2 rounds, in prelims round participants will be given algorithm and data structure based mcqs and then the qualified teams (around 10 in number) will compete in main round where they will have to code in less.
Participants will be given a set of story type paragraph questions having technical as well as non technical solutions.The event motive is to judge how precisely a participant can google the exact problem tackled in the question.The questions will be based on certain useful techniques and technologies which are generally overlooked by the students.The more technical the answer will be, the better will be performance of the participant.
Flagship event of GDG JSS, this event tests the learning power and aptitude of the participants. In this event, the candidates will be given a set of problems and a language name for each problem. They would be required to learn the syntax through internet on the spot and which will check the learning capacity of the participants, in the given time and have to write the code for solving the particular problem. The contestant with the highest number of correct solutions wins.This event will consist of 2 rounds, first a prelims round will held and 10 teams will be shorted for the main round.
The teams will get a whole lot of 50 easy but challenging programming questions to solve overnight.They will login at the same time when the event starts and will be allowed to process their brains for continuous 8 hours with breaks in between.The twist comes here , after each successful submission the weightage of each question will reduce to half i.e if the marks for that question is 100, after one successful submission its weightage will be 50 and so on.The team with maximum score will be the winner.This will ensure that everyone maintain their speed and will engage them.This will be a brainstorming event and proper breaks will be given in between to ensure that there is no partiality and an enthusiastic participation.
This is supposed to be one of the most exciting event of the fest.
As the name suggest “flash” a famous DC comics hero who has got limitless speed,this event is also based on same concept, solving problems in particular time limit.
It is an online event which will be held during college fest. A set of problems, based on different concepts and using different technologies will be released online. Participants will solve these problem but the restriction is if a problem is solved by any of the participant then it will be locked and cannot be attempted by anyone. This will make our participants motivated to solve more and more problems and before anyone else to earn maximum score. As the questions are diverse in nature ,hence every student can take part in the event. There will be a scoreboard from which participants could see their participant. We are hoping to get maximum crowd in this event as its concept is innovative and something out of box. We hope that everyone will enjoy the event and it would emerge as one of the successful event.
For the first time, GDG in collaboration with MMIL is organsing ANDROID CODELABS for all the Java enthusiasts out there. So brace yourself for the screening round based on Basic JAVA.
Groups will be divided according to the performance in this screening round.
For top scoring groups – Android Codelabs
For other groups – Basic Java concepts and programming concepts
The main motive of the event was to find those students who are proficient in Java so that they can participate actively and constructively in the upcoming main event ‘Android Codelabs’. Participants were mainly students of undergraduate course(mostly 1st and 2nd years). Overall, the event saw a good turnout.
Key Points and Statistics of the Event:
– 74 students were registered prior to the event, apart from the team and its mentors.
– About 51 people reported at the event including 18 girl participants.
– Enthusiastic response from the attendees.
– Request for more events related to Java.
The event was well organised by the members of the group. It was a long event which lasted around a week and the new members were recruited through a series of competitions such as codestorm , the client and conception. Some members were called directly in interview rounds and others were selected through aptitude tests and technical mcq tests. All over around 80 students participated out of which finally 6 members got recruited as the new members of GDG JSS Noida.
On 24th of January,2017 GDG JSS NOIDA organized CONCEPTION competition at JSS Academy of Technical Education, Noida.
The event turnout to be a great success as a large number of students from all the years took part in it. The event was organized to judge the knowledge of various designing tools like Adobe Photoshop,Corel Draw ,Illustrator etc among students and also to give an idea about designing to first years who are new to this field .Students gathered a lot of information from the seniors and also from eachother during the entire event.
Key Points and Statics of the Event:
– About 36 students registered for the event including 13 girls participants.
– About 25 students attended the event.
– A nice competitive environment was created.
The event was successful in attracting programmers from 1st, 2nd as well as 3rd yrs. The main motive of the event was to test their programming skills and give them a platform to test their skills and boost up their confidence. The motive was also to introduce 1st year students with competitive programming and let them know how to code on websites like codechef.
Key Points and Statistics of the Event:
– Organized by GDG JSS Noida.
– About 75 people registered for the event apart from team GDG and its mentors.
– About 60 people reported at the event including 20 girl participants.
– Enthusiastic response from attendees.
The Event was a successful one and witnessed participation from many Web Developers of the college who were keen to showcase their talent. The participating students were from the first, second as well as the third year. The main motive of the event was to give interested students a chance to showcase their skills for the same and get used to the process of web developing competitions. The event brought out the students’ knowledge of HTML, CSS and JS which form the basis of a website. It helped find students’ knowledge of web.
Key points and statistics of the Event:
– Organized by GDG JSS NOIDA
– Date: 25th January 2017 Wednesday
– Timing: 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
– Venue: Computer Lab AB3, JSS Academy of Technical Education, Noida.
– Registered Students: 34 apart from team GDG and its members
On 23rd of January 2017 GDG JSS NOIDA organized a TECH TALK on GSOC at JSS Academy Of Technical Education, Noida.The event welcomed enthusiasts,willing to be a part of upcoming Google Summer Of Code event. The main motive of the event was to expose its audience to the culture of open source and to make them aware of what actually GSOC is! The audience mainly comprised of 1st and 2nd year students of undergraduate course. Aayush Arora , 4th year student at JSS Academy Of Technical Education,was the speaker of the event.He has successfully completed his internship in GSOC 2016.
Key Points and Statistics of the Event:
– About 100 people registered for the event apart from team GDG and its mentors.
– About 80 people reported at the event.
– Facebook event participation and likes counted about 86.
– Terrific response from audience, they seemed to be quite interested in this programme initiated by Google.
The event was a great success as it achieved nationwide participation from various cities including Noida, Jaipur, New Delhi, Indore, Pune, Bhopal, Lucknow, Ahmedabad, Banglore, Hyderabad with:
Following is the list of winners in each category:
->Tannya Raj Seth
The winners will be awarded with exciting prizes.
As judges it was very hard for us to decide the winners, considering there were many articles worth appreciating. So the ones which could not be selected for the prizes will be awarded certificates of appreciation …
Following is the category wise list of participants selected for appreciation:
->Shaukat Ali Khan
-> Devesh Upadhyay
->Arvind Singh Chaudhary
Note: Prizes and Certificates will be awarded soon.
GDG JSS organized Advance Git Workshop and students of 1st year and 2nd year attended the event enthusiastically. Forking a repository and contribution to Open Source repositories was the main agenda of workshop. In case you missed the event due to some reason, we have something for you. The slides are attached below. Don’t forget to go through the basic Git slides (Basic Git Workshop ).
In case you have any queries related to the event, you can comment below or simply write on our FB page. We will surely get in touch with you.
The event attracted enthusiast willing to work on open source projects in near future.The main motive of the event was to enrich participants with basic concepts of git and github .They were told about its utility and importance in field of open source. The whole event focused on using Git with the help of command line of linux system instead of using any type of user interface. The participants were taught how to clone the existing repositories and make changes to its content, they were also told how to add new files to the git folder. Importance and necessity of comment and other syntax were also taught. On whole the event turned out to be quite informative.
We have shared the slides for your help. If you face any problems related to git, feel free to comment below. We will certainly get back to you.
Most of the young developers seem to be interested in further workshops, so please mention that too. If you would like a particular technology to be discussed or a language, just let us know.
“GDG INDUCO” was an introductory event for the new students (Specially for first year student) who were unaware of various technologies around them. The event witnessed a high level of participants and the audience was mainly comprised of first year students of undergraduate course. The main motive of the event was to spread awareness among the participants about Google Developers Group established all over the globe. The participants were enriched with the upcoming Google Technologies and Projects. There were a lot of technical games organised by GDG Team and the winners were rewarded with awesome goodies as well.
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5. Angular Js
Thank you all who participated in this event.
Special Thanks to our faculties who gave their valuable time to make this event successful in all the way.
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The event attracted enthusiasts from different fields of engineering interested in surfing the internet. The main motive of the event was to enrich participants with knowledge of how they surf the internet to deal with different situations and problems. The participants were from different colleges of Noida and Delhi. On the whole the event turned out to be quite informative and useful for participants.
The event was a 3 day event. Participants were provided with 10 questions daily. The questions have both technical and non technical answers. There was no option to return back to the previous questions.
The event was a great success as it helped the students to get a knowledge of how to do smart surfing on the internet. It helped them to develop their skills related to different websites. As students from different colleges participated in the event it came out to be a flagship event. Students from all fields whether technical or non technical area took part in this event. The overall outcome of the event was excellent.