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Programme on data storage commences at PB Siddhartha College of Arts and Science college in Vijayawada
A two day programme on Implementing Machine learning Algorithms Using Python , organised by the computer science department of PB Siddhartha College of Arts and Science commenced on the college premises here on Tuesday
Vijayawada: A two-day programme on ‘Implementing Machine learning Algorithms Using Python’ , organised by the computer science department of PB Siddhartha College of Arts and Science commenced on the college premises here on Tuesday.
Participating as chief guest, Prof A Lakshmana Rao of Pragati Engineering College, Surampalem explained the students on Implementing Machine learning Algorithms using Python.
He gave a live demo to the students on how to apply algorithms using Python for storing the data easily and with security.
He explained the students how to analyse the data stored by the customers using the present software available in the market.
Lakshmana Rao also instructed them all the methods to analyse the stored data.
The college Principal Dr Meka Ramesh, Dean Prof Rajesh C Jampala, Director Vemuri Babu Rao, Head of the Department of Computer Science Dr TS Ravi Kiran, Deputy head Dr K Sobhan, lecturers and students were