Aditya Shah

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WP Awareness at LNCT — September 3, 2016

WP Awareness at LNCT

Wednesday morning it was, 31-aug-2016, It was good sunny day and my day started at 6:00 am and at 8:00 i called my friend Animesh jain to come to my house to see what content we need to deliver today. We had a discussion about the seminar at my place and then we left for Lakshmi Narain College of Technology (LNCT) and met our team members Gourav Tiwari, Arpita Vishwakarma, Udit Jain, Yash Hemnani and Shreya Singh who were making arrangement for Seminar already.

Our seminar covered:

  • Domain Information and free domain registration with dotTK Domain Registry.
  • Hosting Information and free hosting registration with Hostinger.
  • Information about name servers.
  • WordPress Installation with its famous five minute install😀
  • Customizing the website with themes and plugins.

We started our session on 3:00 PM, and we were so happy to see the excited students, we were provided with an auditorium, projector and mic from the college. Started our seminar by asking few question from students about the topics, WordPress, motive of workshop and announced about the swags. Vidit Sharma started with the introduction of Open Source and explained the WordPress concept.

Then I (Aditya Shah) and Animesh Jain combinedly started the session about registering a domain leading to register for a hosting account, setting up name servers to point the domain which too followed by a WordPress installation and setting up a WordPress theme from the theme directory. Also i took privilege to explain the community part, and how one can contribute to the open Community WordPress.

I then explained about the WordCamp Bhopal 2016 which is an informal annual conference of local WordPress community of Bhopal and everyone gave a dedicated response about participating in the event and were very happy to hear about the speaker sessions and other benefits of WordCamp.

After this we took a selfie with all the students/attendees, and winded up the session. 🙂

Some pictures of the event:

    

WordPress workshop in SIRTS — August 25, 2016

WordPress workshop in SIRTS

Wednesday morning it was, 24-aug-2016, It was good sunny day and my day started at 8:00 am and talked with my friend Animesh jain. We had a discussion about the workshop and then we left for Sagar Institute of Research Technology & Science (SIRTS) and met our team members Raj Nilayam and Rishabh Chandrayan who were making arrangement for workshop already.

Our workshop covered:

  • Domain Information and free domain registration with dotTK Domain Registry.
  • Hosting Information and free hosting registration with Hostinger.
  • Information about name servers.
  • WordPress Installation with its famous five minute install😀
  • Customizing the website with themes and plugins.

 

We started our session on 12:30 PM, and we were so happy to see the excited students, we were provided with a computer lab, projector and computer system for our workshop from the college side. Started our workshop by asking few question from students about the topics, WordPress, motive of workshop and announced about the swags. Animesh completed the introduction about WordPress, motive of workshop.

Then I (Aditya Shah) stared the session about registering a domain leading to register for a hosting account, setting up name servers to point the domain which took around 1.5 hours to make everyone understand and capable to use it. Our team helped every student who asked for help by raising their hand and our team members visited to deal with the problem they faced during following the instruction on the screen.

At the end of this part everyone was ready with their personal website with a WordPress theme installed on it.

Rishab explained about the WordCamp event to everyone and everyone gave a dedicated response about participating in the event and were very happy to hear about the speaker sessions and other benefits of WordCamp.

After this we were presented a memento by Head of the Department, computer science department and was appreciated for the workshop taken.

Some pictures of the workshop: