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DWIT Software Club collaborates, plans, and organizes training, boot camps, workshops, and other coding competitions to provide students a competitive, informative, and nurturing environment where they can uplift their technical and non-technical skills.
Taking the utmost advantage of lockdown, the software club initiated a series of workshops which were mostly aimed towards the 1st year students. With a brief conversation with the Software Club, we collected information regarding the sessions being held by the software club. On 16th May 2021, the software club organized an IT Career Guidance Session with the sole purpose of giving a brief idea about the materials, skills needed for students to start their journey in various IT fields. It was an interactive session where participants questioned about working in the real world and the current IT job market trends of Nepal. The speakers for the session were Mr. Shrayash Shrestha, Designer & Animator at Abhiyantrik Technology, Mr. Prashant Satyal, React Developer at Deerhold, Mr. Atish Adhikari, Node and AI Developer at Deerhold and Mr. Bibek Dahal, QA Engineer at Deerhold.
Moving ahead Software Club yet again came up with another interesting workshop on Designing & UI/UX. It was a 3 days workshop starting from 19th May 2021 till 21st May 2021. The mentors for the session were Mr. Saras Karanjit, UI/UX Engineer at Deerhold, and Mr. Aabiskar Panday, president of Software Club. The areas that were covered in the workshop were Introduction to Design Principles, Using Illustrator, UI/UX Guidelines, and Using Figma.
On 25th May 2021, Software Club held a Web 101 Session which was carried out by Mr. Abhinav Gyawali who has a good foundation in cybersecurity and is also a member of the club. This session was conducted to provide the knowledge behind the URL on our browser’s address bar. After acquiring basic web knowledge, on 26th May 2021 a 3 Days Basic Frontend Development workshop was conducted by Mr. Kshitiz Shrestha, a member of the Software Club showcasing the roadmap that any web developer should know before jumping into any project. Basic knowledge of HTML tags and CSS was given and the task of replicating a website engaged the participants in a different height.
According to the software club, the back-to-back workshops were conducted efficiently and they are not going to stop here. They aim to provide even more edifying workshops not just targeting the first years but all the students in the upcoming days and we are all patiently waiting for it.
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