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Latex Technology

LaTeX is an extremely powerful markup language for creating structured documents. It is particularly well suited for documents containing mathematics, but can be used for any document. Those whose publications involve a large number of mathematical equations often use LaTeX rather than MS Word or some other word processing package. It is the standard writing tool for most research in the mathematical, physical and engineering sciences. LaTeX provides a facility for pdf output so that it is easy to share your research with other people who do not have LaTeX installed. Remarkably, LaTeX is freeware.

The main objective of the Workshop is to make aware the participants about LaTeX. By the end of the workshop, the participants will be conī€dent enough to typeset their documents using LaTeX.

Topics to be covered:

Introduction to LATEX


Basic Document Creation
Creating basic document
Changing the class (article, report)
Section, subsection
Chapter, paragraph, subparagraph
Generating table of contents
Starred version of the commands
Title creation

Formatting the Document
Special characters
Dashes & Hyphens
Spacing & newline
Formatting (bold, italic, underline, emph)
Itemize & enumerate
Flush left & right
Writing Abstracts

Advanced Topics
Greek letters
Equation numbering

Inserting image
Giving caption and label

Create references.

Hardware Kit: This workshop does not include any hardware kit.

- A working Laptop/PC with minimum of 2 GB RAM, 100 GB HDD, intel i3+ processor
- A Seminar Hall with sitting capacity of all participants along with charging plugs, proper ventilation
- Projector, Collar Mike and Speakers

- Digital toolkit of PPTs and study material for all participants
- Certificate of Participation for every participant.
- A competition will be organized at the end of the workshop and winners will be awarded by Certificate of Excellence.




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