Day 1 ( 9th November , Wednesday )

Session Details Duration
1A: 9:30 AM Inaugural 0.5 hr
1B: 10:00-11:00 DEI activities at the ACM and How to make CS education more inclusive, Hemangee Kapoor, IIT Guwahati 1.0 hr
1C: 11:30 - 13:00 Teaching Challenges: Invited Presentations
  1. Inclusive Education - Teaching Data Structures & Algorithms via Models and Activities (Parthasarathy P D)
  2. Introduction to sampling through an activity (Shabana K M)
  3. Teaching Deadlocks with experimental demonstration (Nitin Prakashrao Patil)
  4. If a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words, Why Not Teach Through Them? (Ullas)
  5. Table Design in Relational Database (Bhumika Shah)
1.5 hr
1D: 14:30-15:30 Learning from IITM's Data Science Program, Andrew Thangaraj, IIT Madras 1 hr
1E: 15:30-16:30 AI Assisted Programming, Sriram Rajamani, Microsoft Research India (Online) 1.0 hr
1F: 17:00-18:30 Papers Session 1 (5 x 15 min) (12 + 3 minute per talk)
  1. If a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words, Why Not Teach Through Them? (Ullas)
  2. BlockList: A Game to Teach Basic Linked Lists Operations To Novice Programmers (A Eashaan Rao, Sridhar Chimalakonda and Vartika Agrahari)
  3. Automated Generation and Grading for Finite State Machine Assignments (Dhruva Kashyap, Manu M Bhat and Ns Kumar)
  4. Rapidly Deployable and Frugal Blended Learning Platform for Re-skilling and Up-skilling Needs (Gita Gosavi and Gaur Sunder)
  5. A study of the design and documentation skills of industry-ready CS students (Mrityunjay Kumar and Venkatesh Choppella)
1.5 hr

Day 2 ( 10th November , Thursday )

Session Details Duration
2A: 09:30 - 10:30 OCCE( Outstanding Contribution to Computing Education ) Award winner (Keynote 2) by Smruthi Ranjan Sarangi, IIT Delhi 1.0 hr
2B: 11:00 - 12:30 Papers Session 2 (5 x 15 min) (12 + 3 minute per talk)
  1. Software Engineering Course Restructured to Support Agile Software Development Projects (Narasimha Bolloju)
  2. Programming Pedagogy and Assessment in the Era of AI/ML: a Position Paper (Arun Raman and Viraj Kumar)
  3. Behind the Scenes of a Post-Graduate Curriculum Design in an Autonomous Institute (Neeraj Goel, Shashi Shekhar Jha and S R S Iyenger)
  4. Seeding industry knowledge in computer science education (Manoj Kumar Lal)
  5. A Framework for Designing Computing Curricula (Abhijat Vichare)
1.5 hr
2C: 14:00 - 15:00 Teaching Data Structures - My View, N S Kumar, Kumaradhara Consultancy 1.0 hr
2D: 15:00:16:00 It's a Two-Way Street: From the Computing Classroom to Computing Education Research, Brett Becker, Univ. College, Dublin (Online) Brett Becker, Univ. College, Dublin (Online) 1.0 hr
2E: 16:30 - 17:30 2 PARALLEL WORKSHOPS A hands-on introduction to Refute Questions (Viraj) || Program Development using Literate Programming and Mapcode. (Venkatesh Choppella) Click Here to View Details 1.0hr
2F: 17:45 - 19:15 Indian Classical Music “राग संा”
2G: 19:15 - Night Banquet Dinner

Day 3 ( 11th November , Friday )

Session Details Duration
3A: 9:30 - 10:30 Pedagogic Practices for Teaching Distributed Systems Courses, Yogesh Simhan, IISc Bangalore 1 hr
3B:11:00 - 12:30 Panel Discussion Topic: Relevance of the software engineering course in future software development
  1. Vinita Gera - Moderator (Sr Director IT Infrastructure Dell Technologies)
  2. Atul Kumar (Sr Research Scientist, IBM Research)
  3. Mrityunjay Kumar (Vice President & GM - Payments, Zenoti)
  4. Sumitha Prashanth (Director Customer Experience, Cisco)
  5. Dheeraj Sanghi (Vice Chancellor, JKLU)
  6. Prof. Rajveer Singh Shekhawat (Ex Dean -MUJ)
1.5 hr

CS Pathshala

Topic : National Educational Policy(NEP) and Computational thinking(CT) in Schools

Moderator : Meenakshi D'Souza, IIIT Bangalore

Panelists :

  1. R. Venkatesh, Chief Scientist, TCS Research
  2. Chandan Dasgupta, IIT Bombay
  3. Sabitha Vinod, Head, Resource Centre for Meghe group of Schools, Nagpur.
1.5 hr
3D:15:30-15:45 Closing 15 min.
Group photograph in front of DOM Building