Date : 21 to 24 September 2023
Venue : DPSS HRDC
The four-day Computer Science Teachers' Workshop held at DPSS HRDC from September 21, 2023, to September 24, 2023, proved to be an insightful and enriching experience for all attendees. The workshop aimed to enhance the skills and knowledge of Computer Science educators, focusing on various contemporary topics,
teaching methodologies, and emerging technologies.
Algorithmic Decision Making (By: Dr. Amit Kumar, Professor, IIT Delhi) & ISAT Programme (By: Dr. Atul Kumar, CEO, AKS Institute of Cyber Technology, Noida)
The workshop commenced with a deep dive into Algorithmic Decision Making and featured discussions on Cybersecurity and Threat Landscape. Many settings were also elaborated by them to harden the windows machines. After that live demo of phishing was also given by the resource person and his team. At last best practices were shared by each participant that concluded the session of the day.
Introduction to AI ; 2. Delving into Machine Learning and Deep Learning ; 3. Application of Python in AI
(Dr. Kamlesh Tiwari, Associate Professor, BITS Pilani, Rajasthan) & Computer Systems and Organisation
(Dr. Ritu Singhal, Associate Professor, IP College, University of Delhi)
The day started with the yoga session. After the morning tea, the first session was started with the deep
knowledge of AI and its merits and demerits to society. After the lunch second session was started by another
resource person that has given focus on Computer Systems and Organisation. In the third session of the day, Dr.
Kamlesh Tiwari has conducted hands-on activities on applications of Python in AI for all the participants.
1. Implications of generative AI on programming ; 2. Questions to develop critical thinking and accessing
the ability of critics (By: Dr. Viraj Kumar, Visiting Professor AI - ML centre, Bangalore), 1. Database
Management ; 2. Information Retrieval (By : Dr. Harmeet Kaur, Associate Kaur, Hansraj College,
University of Delhi)
The day started with the yoga session. After the morning tea, the resource person has given a deep knowledge
on Implications of generative AI on programming with the help of many programs that participants use to teach
students in their classes. Second resource person has focused on database management by sharing her
experiences while teaching students. After lunch, Dr. Viraj has emphasised on developing questions on critical
thinking for the students and how to assess the ability of the critics.
Computational Thinking (By: Dr. Manoj Agarwal, Associate Professor, University of Delhi) and
The final day of the workshop covered the topic computational thinking. Computational thinking was emphasized
throughout the day as an essential skill for both educators and students.
The workshop concluded with a valedictory function, featuring cultural programs organized by the participating
teachers. Certificates of participation were distributed to each attendee, acknowledging their dedication and
commitment to professional development.