The topic of the workshop is Computational Genomic Analysis
Task 1: multiple sequence analysis of the protein "SARS COV2 main protease" from different covid-19 strains
Task2: Phylogenetic analysis of the protein sequences
Task3: Computational investigation on interaction of the protein and various ligands via docking softwares
It will conducted by Dr. Pankaj Barah
Demonstration will be provided by Mrinmoy Kshattry, Priyanka Borah, and Saptarshijyoti Gogoi
The number of attendees will be only 50
Registration starts on 8 th February till 27th February.
It is only for UG and PG students
Registered students will be provided e-certificates
The object of the game is for contestants to talk for sixty seconds on a given subject, without hesitation, repetation or deviation.
There will be some contestants and a some(2 or 3) moderators(judges).
Participants: Undergraduates, Postgraduates and Phd Scholars
Each of the participants will be provided with a topic(an idea) and they have to speak about it.
They will be given points based on the logic behind their statements.
After one person speaks, the other participants will be allowed to oppose their statements. If the opposed statement seem more appealing, the original participants loses points and the point will be awarded to the other participant.
The rules are more or less similar to the first round, apart from the fact that the opposing participants will be alloted time within the given 60 seconds.
Suppose a participant is speaking about a certain topic and he/she has spoken for the first 30 seconds, just when an other participant spots an error in his/her statement. He/she presses the buzzer, but now he/she has to speak against the topic within 30 seconds only.
In any case, the decision of the moderator will be considered final.
Registration is Free
Time: 11 AM onwards Date: 28 February Mode: Google Meet
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