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Developer Student Club powered by Google launched at CGC Landran

Punjab Tribune Bureau | August 14, 2019 06:41 PM

CHANDIGARH: Google Developer Program, an initiative powered by Google aimed to enhance the mobile & web development skills of College/University students by forming various community groups globally known as, Development Students Clubs (DSC), has been launched at CGC Landran.

Nand Kishore, Computer Science Student of Chandigarh Group of Colleges has been selected as a Committed Student Lead for the academic year, 2019-20. He is one amongst 230 leads across India who will be training the fellow students about new technology trends in order to solve real-time problems of local businesses. 

Form beginners to advanced developers, DSC Club will give access to students to collaborate and solve local business troubles in a peer-to-peer learning environment. Free Goggle certifications in Digital Marketing will be provided by the club to its members.

“I am sure that the webcasts, Tech Talks, certifications, and solution development activities will act as a boon for students to multiply their professional networks by utilizing the Google developer resources. I am soon going to attend the DSC Goa Summit 2019 powered by Google and I am sure that I will bring so much more knowledge back to the college, and disseminate the same,” said Nand Kishore during the launch ceremony of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) International Magazine, CREDENCE. 


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