Android Developers, is a course developed and offered by Google for teaching students about android and developing apps using android. The course is aimed for final year students but anyone interested can enroll themselves. The course start from as simple as developing a hello world program and goes upto developing complete apps for users. This course has been included in the course work for final years students in many universities in various countries. An Android Study Jams was organized by our team at BMC and coordinated by the Google Developers Group (GDG) to allow students to familiarise with the course.
Google Student Ambassador Noor Zehra
G-sites is Google’s platform to let users create websites, portals and intranets without having to write the case with their ready-to-use technological tools. An introductory session about G-sites and their utility was conducted by Google Student Ambassador Noor Zahra where she familiarised students with G-sites and answered various queries from the students. Giveaways manufactured by Business and Management Consultants (BMC) were also distributed at the end of the session.
Google Dart, an object-oriented, class-based, open-source, general-purpose programming language/environment with a C-type syntax developed by Google that can be used to build mobile apps, websites and web servers. Dart was first introduced at the GOTO Conference in October 2011 and has now been approved as a standard by Ecma. An introductory event about Google Dart was conducted by Google Student Ambassador Noor Zahra to shed more light on how students can use Google Dart in their programming practices. Giveaways manufactured by Business and Management Consultants were also presented to the participants at the end of the event.
Google Student Ambassador Noor Zehra
Android Developers Fundamentals is a course developed and offered by Google for teaching students about android and and developing apps using android. The course is aimed for final year CS students but anyone interested can enroll themselves. The course start from as simple as developing a hello world program and goes upto developing complete apps for users. This course has been included in the course work for final years students in many universities in various countries. In this context, an Android Speed-Code competition was organized Business and Management Consultants (BMC) and coordinated by one of the Google Student Ambassadors Noor Zahra.
Google Student Ambassadors – Join Google Student Team by Salman Zafar
Google has always been keen towards gearing students to join it. Events by Google are frequent so as to encourage and motivate students to become a part of Google. Google Student Ambassadors, Join Google Student Team is yet another one of Google’s venture of inspire students to join the Google team. Such ventures are promoted and conducted by Google Student Ambassadors. A similar session was performed by Google Student Ambassadors-Join Google Student team by Salman Zafar at Government College University to let aspiring students have an opportunity to apply their skills and affiliate themselves with Google.
Google is keen on helping you make good money either by joining them or on the other hand by simply writing blogs. Blogger is Google’s free tool for sharing text and pictures and videos. Not only that, you can also place ads on your blog or any website of your own for that matter to maximise your earnings. Adsense is yet another of Google’s attempt at letting you make easy money.Through Adsense, you can be sure of posting ads because only the highest paying ads will be published. To familiarise students with both Blogger and Adsense, Google Student Ambassadors was conducted. Take a look at the pictures from the session.
Google is one of the most (maybe the most) popular search engines in the world so much that the term has now become a verb itself. If you can’t find something, you can go “Google” it. Over the years, Google has tried to improve the ease it offers its users. There are now smart ways you can search via Google and achieve the best results. For familiarizing students with smart searching and how students can benefit from various tricks for searching via Google, a session was conducted by Google Student Ambassador Noor Zahra. Giveaways manufactured by Business and Management Consultants (BMC) were also distributed at the end of the session.
Reema Bajwa, Google Student Ambassador
Women of today are no less than men. Anything a man can do is not a problem for the women. They may not be better but they are equal more often than not. Google also realizes the role and part of women in every aspect of world today. Which is why it has launched the “Women Techmakers”. In addition to this, random session on women empowerment are also encouraged by Google. An event of on the likes took place at Lahore Grammar School which was conducted by Google Student Ambassador Reema Bajwa where she highlighted the role and need of women in technology.
Google is keen on helping you make good money either by joining them or on the other hand by simply writing blogs. Blogger is Google’s free tool for sharing text and pictures and videos, that too free of any cost. Doesn’t get any better does it? You can go spill your heart out blogging and actually make money out of it if it’s creative enough. Well, technology is a blessing after all isn’t it? So, for ease of students, Google held a session for introducing them to this very tool, which was conducted and coordinated by Google Student Ambassador.
Google keeps launching different programs and services to make our lives easier, Google Student Ambassador, Adsense, Blogger to name a few. More media, all the more opportunities! To introduce and guide students regarding how can they use Blogger and Adsense in order to to earn their own money, and on what this GSA program is and how the students can become a part of it, Google Student Ambassador Muhammad Armaghan conducted a workshop in Government College University where students from all kinds of domains participated.