Eight days workshop (20.10.2016 to 27.10.2016) on topic Web Application Development using MVC commenced at SMS Varanasi. Workshop is organized for MCA Vth Semester students.
Workshop started in presence of trainers Mr. Satyam Mishra, Team Lead, and Mr. Rohit Kumar, Web Application Expert (all from Softpro India Pvt. Ltd., Lucknow) with the blessings of Prof. P. N. Jha, Director, SMS Varanasi.
Workshop comprised complete forty eight hours interaction and exercises spread in eight days schedule. Workshop is planned to deal with various dot net technology with MVC related issues like License Issues, Web Application Development Targeting Web, User interfaces, Intents and services, Storing and retrieving data, Networking and Web services, Graphics and Animation, Multimedia, Maps, Location Services. On the final day of workshop participating students had developed a prototype using MVC on .NET Technology and provided Training Certificate from Trainer organization.
Details about the organization engaged in training are as follows: Softpro India Computer Technologies Pvt. Ltd. was founded in 2004, by a group of Technocrats, Er. S. K. Verma of 1989 batch from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur, the pioneer institute of country & Er. Ajay Chaudhary, an Engineering Graduate from Institute of Engineering & Technology (I.E.T) Lucknow of 1995 Batch. Softpro India Computer Technologies Pvt. Ltd. is a dynamic new generation software solution as well as Networking Product Development company. The company develops markets, sells and supports software products, web-portals, Network Projects and offers turnkey solutions to the customers. Our development team is built of motivated, young, yet experienced professionals, all of whom have a higher degree. We have a strong track record of innovation.
Workshop activities were coordinated by MCA Students under guidance of Prof. P. N. Jha, Director SMS, Varanasi and faculty members Prof. K. S. Mishra, Mr. Shambhu Sharan Srivastava, Mr. Ram Gopal Gupta, Mr. Rajiv Katare along with members of Computer Lab.