"Emisha" is a non-profit tech community, that runs Free workshops, Special events, Seminars, Hackathon, Coding competitions etc. It also offers valuable leadership experiences, connections to professional organizations, networking opportunities, and special events that mold a student’s perspective and power of virtualization– during the college years and beyond. Our comunity is open to everyone who has a williingness to learn and passionate about tech. We also welcome those students who don't even belong to computer science so that can be a part of diverse network.
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Emisha is an independent tech community that organizes free workshops and hackathons in different colleges to empower technology among students.
Here is a chance of opening your own Emisha Chapter in your college campus and conduct workshops and hackathons in support with Emisha Community