amDeC Results Out !

The phase 1 evaluation of amDeC '19 ended on 24th January and we regret to announce that none of the students passed the evaluation. The goal of this program was to improve the coding skills of students and to promote the spirit of open-source. Even though no one passed, we are happy to say that its been a great learning experience for everyone. We wish the best for all the students and hope to see you again next year!

Accepted Students

Rishabh Kalakoti


Teachcode provides 30 basic questions for Python and JavaScript, for validation, the output is checked against the correct programs. To take this package to the next level, proper tests are missing, there are no proper checks to know if a code change is breaking the code. I plan to write tests for full coverage for the same.

Aashrith Kandimalla


This app is a cost-efficient way of maintaining records of poojas, donations made by people and also all the financial records in temples. Using this app, people in the temple counter will be able to enter all the details regarding the poojas they want or some donations they want to do for the temple.

Bhavesh Solanki


Stardox is an advanced GitHub stargazers information gathering tool. It scraps Github for information and displays them in a list tree view. It can be used for collecting information about someone’s repository stargazer’s details.This project is listed in Blackarch Linux distribution.

Anand Murali


This project has a lot of data structures in python, a queue can be implemented using arrays. As I am quite new to programming with python implementing a data structure like queue in python will be a good start for me to get into contributing to open source.

Kaniganti Sai Tarun

Amrita Resource

By using facebook API firebase can store the token in the app so, that login will be easy for the user but in email, users have to verify. And I want to improve the User Interface Of app


amDeC is amFOSS Developer Challenge, a 6-week long coding program, brought to you by amFOSS. amFOSS is India's Leading FOSS & Computer Science Club, at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri, Kerala. With 50+ members, amFOSS has helped 100+ passionate students to transform into successful & innovative engineers. Our aim is to spread awareness about open-source and improve the culture of the open-source community. amDeC is a platform for student developers to get started with open source and hone their technical skills by working on real-world projects that interest them. We encourage people from all backgrounds, irrespective of their technical experience to participate and contribute to technical projects from diverse fields.

Why amDeC ?

Do you want to hone your technical skills and gain knowledge that won’t be given in a classroom? Do you want to contribute to some real-world projects with a large impact? Or are you a beginner who wants to contribute to open source but is not sure how to take the first step? If your answer to any of the above questions is yes, then you’re in the right place! amDeC is the perfect opportunity for you whether you’re just starting out or you’re a seasoned developer. So what are you waiting for? Go ahead, register and have a great experience!

why amDeC ?


Mentor application starts

Mentor application ends

Selected projects announced

Student application starts

Student application ends

Selected students announced

Community bonding period

Coding period

Final submission

Winners announced

Certificate and Goodies


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