One Week Workshop on Website Design and Development

 Concept Note: The website is a distinct location on the internet, identified by an Internet Protocol (IP) address and can be accessed by using HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) request. It acts as an online identity for the people and the organizations. It plays a crucial role in publicizing the products and services of the institutions and organizations and acts as a hub of all our activities. In an era of fierce competition, websites have become an essential part of our personal or professional life and its marketing plays a crucial part in the success. Maintaining a personal or institutional website through professional website development agencies / commercial / private ventures is a costly, time consuming and troublesome business and most of the people cannot afford it.


This workshop will address how people can design, develop and maintain their own websites at a much reduced cost and adopt the social media and networking tools to market the website. During the workshop, the participants can design and develop their own website and integrate Twitter, Facebook, Telegram, WhatsApp and other social media and provide automatic Email alerts to the users.

 

Level of the Workshop: Basic (Level 1). People who are accustomed with the computer and have a little bit of knowledge of the internet can attend it.

 

Target People: The academicians like Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor working in colleges and universities; the Assistant Librarian, Deputy Librarian working in the libraries and other people who are in need to design small scale websites for their personal or professional needs can attend this workshop.

 

Intake Capacity: The number of participants will be restricted to 30 (thirty) only on a first come first served basis. When we receive 30 online applications, the online form will be closed for the others.

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