National Workshop

Two Days National Workshop


Business Analytics using Python

01 – 02 November 2019

Organized by
Department of Computer Science, Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, Haridwar
Sponsored by
UCOST, Dehradun


Over the past decade, Data Science has become an increasingly important area of Business and Data Analytics for CS/IT/Entrepreneurs/Faculty/Researchers/Data Scientist. For data analysis, exploratory computing and data visualization, Python is a business-oriented open source and commercial programming language. The full-fledged programming nature of Python makes it a perfect fit for implementing algorithms. Its packages rooted for specific data science jobs. However the most popular and easy to use tools for data analytics is Python. It supports structured programming, object-oriented programming as well as the
functional programming language and others. Thanks to Python’s focus on simplicity and readability, it boasts a gradual and relatively low learning curve. This ease of learning makes Python an ideal tool for beginning programmers. In recent years, As a data analytics tool to perform complex data manipulation tasks, optimize business processes and upgrade business intelligence. Business Analytics with Python is a prime and excellent career-building stream for CS/IT and Business Professionals, Researchers, Faculties and Scientists.

This workshop is relevant to the thrust area of Science & Technology and related fields like Computer Science, Information Technology, Management, Data Science and Computer Applications. Indeed this workshop shall help to our academic, research and non-academic community. It can also help the community for better communication with related areas.


  • Carrier Oriented
  • Business Oriented
  • Compared to other languages, Python
    is easy to learn even for non-programmers
  • Extremely Scalable. Python has
    emerged as a scalable language compared to R and is faster to use than Matlab
    and Stata.

Participants may send the scanned registration form  to,

For further inquiry contact to 9634019003, 9760076668.

REGISTRATION FEE (50 seats on the first-cum-first-serve basis)

  • Faculty/Scientist/Industrial Person                                  ₹ 1000/-
  • Research Scholars/Ph. D. Students                                   ₹  700/-
  • Last Date of Registration                                    31 October 2019

Online Registration                 Offline Registration

(Note: Registration fee includes Workshop Kit, Tea & Lunch)

Prof. Roop Kishor Shastri
Prof. Karamjit Bhatia
Faculty of Technology
Prof. Vivek Kumar

Department of Computer Science
Organizing Secretary
Dr. Shwetank
Assistant professor
Department of Computer Science
Resource Person
Mrs. Preeti Pandhu

Data Science Lab, Pune(MH)
Chief Guest
Dr. Rajender Dhobhal Ji

UCOST, Dehradun(UK)

Organizing Committee Member
• Prof. Vinod Kumar
• Prof. Nipur Singh
• Dr. Heman Pathak
• Dr. Praveena Chaturvedi
• Dr. Raj Kumar
• Dr. Neena Gupta
• Dr. M. S. Aswal
• Dr. Krishan Kumar
• Mrs. Savita
• Mr. Amrish
• Mr. Saurabh Kumar
Advisory Committee
• Prof. Vinay Sharma, IITR, Roorkee (UK)
• Prof. P C Kavidayal, Kumaun University (Bhimtal Camp.) (UK)
• Prof. Pankaj Madan, GKV, Haridwar (UK)
• Prof. Aditya Gautam, SRC, M.Nagar, (U. P.)
• Prof. Vinod Sharma, Jammu University, Jammu (J&K)
• Dr. Vinod Yadav, DTU, New Delhi
• Dr. Harish Chandra Karnatak, IIRS, Dehradun (UK)
• Dr. Anul Haq, NIIT University, Jaipur, (RJ)
• Mr. Amit Kumar, NIIT University, Jaipur, (RJ)
• Mr. Vikas Arya, Sr. Soft. Engg., Yourdigital Pty. Ltd., Australia
• Mr. Nikhil (IIMK), DBS Bank, Delhi

Support Committee

  • Mr. Manish Agarwal
  • Mr. Dwijendra Pant
  • Mr. Sanjay
  • Mr. Ajay
  • Mr. Gopal Singh
  • Mr. Pankaj


A paradise for nature-lovers, Haridwar presents a kaleidoscope of Indian culture and civilization. Haridwar also termed, as ‘Gateway to Gods’ is known as Mayapuri, Kapila and Gangadwar. The followers of Lord Shiva (Har) and followers of Lord Vishnu (Hari) pronounce this place Hardwar and Hardwar respectively as told by some. It is also a point of entry to Dev Bhoomi and Char Dham- Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri. Haridwar is also one of the four places; where Kumbh Mela occurs after rotation of every twelve Years and Ardh Kumbh after every six years. It is said that drops of Amrit (Elixir) fell into the Brahmkund of Har-Ki-Pauri, therefore considered that a dip in the Brahmakund on this particular day which is very auspicious and when Jupiter (Brahaspati) comes to the sign Aquarius (Kumbh) once in every twelve years the Maha Kumbh fair is celebrated at Haridwar. Beyond the mystic aura and mythology, Haridwar casts another magic spell on the visitor. Haridwar has not only remained the abode of the weary in body, mind and spirit but also served as centre of attraction for many, for learning the arts science and culture. Haridwar’s long-standing position as an excellent source for Ayurvedic medicines and herbal remedies as well as its unique Gurukula school of traditional education, the scenic beauty and lush greenery. Haridwar as today has not only religious importance but also it has another temple of modern civilization, i.e. BHEL, a ‘Navratna PSU’ to its credit apart from Integrated Industrial Estate (IIE) established at Haridwar under SIIDCUL spread in total area of about 2034 acres. The IIT Roorkee at Roorkee is one of the oldest and prestigious institutes of learning in the fields of science and engineering. Another university of the district, i.e. Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalaya having a vast campus is giving traditional educations of its kind.


Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalaya was founded on March 4, 1902, by Swami Shraddhanandaji with the sole aim to revive the ancient Indian Gurukula System of education, on the bank of Ganges at a distance of about 6 km. from Hardwar and about 200 km. from Delhi. This institution was established to provide an indigenous alternative to Lord Macaulay’s education policy by imparting education in the areas of Vedic literature, Indian philosophy, Indian culture, modern sciences, and research. It is a deemed to be university fully funded by UGC/Govt. of India. Arya Samaj has been advocating women’s education since the day it was founded. As part of its policies for the upliftment of women in the country, Kanya Gurukula Campus, Dehradun was established in 1922 by Acharya Ramdev Ji as a second campus of women’s education. To give real shape to the dreams of Swami Shraddhanandaji, Kanya Gurukula Campus, Hardwar was established in 1993.


Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, Haridwar has emerged as one of the vital institutions for computer education in the country. The Department of Computer Science was established in 1988 with the introduction of a Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications (PGDCA). In the same year Computer Science was introduced as a subject at the graduate level. After successful completion of five years of PGDCA, U.G.C. accorded the approval of upgrading PGDCA to MCA in 1993 under the UGC-DOE joint workforce training program in Computer Science and Technology. The research program leading to Ph.D. in Computer Science was started in the session 1998-99. The department underwent phenomenal growth in the number of students, quality of faculty, research and computational resources.


Delegates will be required to make their arrangements for stay. However, limited accommodation (on payment ₹ 300/- per bed) is available in the GKV guesthouse, on a first-cum first-serve basis. For Accommodation Contact on 7983074685.

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