PyHacks 2022 - Report

PyHacks 2022 – A Hackathon Conducted at AISSMS IOIT, Pune

The PyHacks 2022 was held on the 12th of November at the AISSMS Institute of Information Technology (IOIT), Pune. The event was organized by the AISSMS IOIT student body and included participants from all over the country. The hackathon was focused on Python programming and was an event to showcase the best of Python and Machine Learning skills of the participants.

The participants of the PyHacks 2022 came from various backgrounds and varying levels of expertise. Most of them were students from different colleges across Pune, Maharshtra. The event also had a professional from the industry who were eager to showcase their skills and experience. The participants were divided into teams and were required to complete the tasks given to them within the allotted time.

Here’s a picture of some of the team members with the faculty!

The hackathon was divided into two rounds, the first of which was the programming round. The teams were given a set of problems to solve using Python. Each team was given a certain amount of time to solve the problems. The teams were judged on the basis of their code’s accuracy, speed, and functionality. At the end of this round, the top three teams were selected for the final round.

The final round was based on the presentation of the solution. The teams had to present their solutions in front of the judges. The teams were judged on the basis of their presentation skills, the accuracy and functionality of the code, and the overall impact of their solutions on the problem.

At the end of the PyHacks 2022, Sanram Dighe’s team was declared the winner of the hackathon. He was awarded the first prize of Rs. 5,000. Aishwarya Shinde’s team and Ketan Sonar’s team were declared the second and third-place winners, respectively. They were awarded prizes of Rs. 2,000 and Rs. 1,500, respectively.

The PyHacks 2022 was an event to bring out the best in the participants and was an opportunity for them to showcase their Python programming skills. The participants were judged on the basis of the accuracy and functionality of the code, the speed with which it was implemented, and the overall impact of their solutions on the problem. The event was a great opportunity for the participants to learn from each other and to create solutions that could be applied in the real world.

A machine learning workshop was conducted by the key speaker, Amay Joshi.

The workshop focused on the foundations of machine learning and its various applications in the real world. Amay Joshi started the workshop by explaining the basics of machine learning such as supervised and unsupervised learning, the different types of algorithms and their advantages and disadvantages. He then discussed the various applications of machine learning in the real world and how it can help businesses improve their services and products.

He also shared some of his own experiences and how he has used machine learning to build several projects. He then briefly discussed the different tools and libraries available for machine learning such as Scikit-Learn, TensorFlow, and Keras. He also discussed the basics of natural language processing and its various applications in the field of artificial intelligence.

At the end of the workshop, Amay Joshi discussed the importance of data pre-processing, feature selection and engineering, and model validation. He also answered questions from the audience regarding the various topics discussed in the workshop.

Overall, the machine learning workshop conducted by Amay Joshi was highly informative and engaging. It provided an excellent introduction to the basics of machine learning and its various applications. It also gave the audience the chance to learn from the expert himself and ask questions. The workshop was a success and the attendees left with a better understanding of the fundamentals and applications of machine learning.

(Hackers having some random fun moments)

Quiz Game

The highlight of the event was the quiz game on Python which was conducted as part of the hackathon. The quiz was conducted by a panel of experts in Python and was open to all participants.

The quiz game consisted of multiple-choice questions covering the basics of Python and related topics. The questions tested the participants’ knowledge of the fundamentals of the language, its syntax, data structures, algorithms, and other topics. The participants were given 30 minutes to answer the questions and the winner was decided based on the highest score.

The winner of the quiz was Anushka Mhate, who scored the highest marks. Anushka was presented with a certificate of appreciation and a prize for her outstanding performance. The other participants were also awarded with certificates for their participation.

The quiz game was an exciting and learning experience for all the participants. It provided them with an opportunity to test and enhance their knowledge of Python. The event was organized with great success and was enjoyed by everyone. It was a great opportunity to meet like-minded individuals and share their experiences.

The event was a great success and the participants learned a lot from the event. The PyHacks 2022 was an opportunity to interact with other participants, to share knowledge and experience, and to create solutions that could be applied in the real world. The PyHacks 2022 was a great platform for the participants to showcase their talent and to learn from each other. It was an event that proved to be a great success and we look forward to the next edition of the PyHacks.


First Place - Sangram Dighe’s Team - GitHub - sangramdighe69/diversify-main: PyHacks 2022 Hackathon submission

Second Place - Anshika Singh’s Team - GitHub - anshuprog23/project_H20: Our hackathon project for PyHacks 2022

Third Place - Shalmali Kadu’s Team - GitHub - shalmali2002/temp-predictor: Temperature Predictor Web App using Python and ML libraries. PyHacks 2022

Best Creativity Project - Shlok Das’s Team - GitHub - iamashok47/peerorgan

Congratulations to all the winners!
Thanks to the FOSS United Team for making this event happen!

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