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GEC conducts workshop on Android Apps

Panaji, Feb 3 (UNI) Thirty-seven students of first and second year of Goa College of Engineering, Farmagudi, in South Goa, participated in the workshop on ‘Invent Android Apps using MIT AppInventor’ conducted by the IT Department of the college on January 13, 2018.
According to a statement from Department of Information and Publicity here on Saturday, the half day workshop was conceptualized by faculty members Soniya Usgaonkar and Devaki Shinkre.
The faculty members orchestrated the workshop and trained the students to create basic Android Apps using the MIT AppInventor framework.
Principal of Goa College of Engineering Dr V N Shet and Head of IT Department Nilesh Fal Dessai were present on the occasion.
All the participants and volunteers were handed certificates of participation by the dignitaries.
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