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Trailhead is “The fun way to learn”. Trailhead inspires life-long learning throughout career. It is a series of online tutorials that coach beginner and intermediate developers who need to learn how to code for the Salesforce platform. Trailhead education, which was launched in 2014, comes in three levels: trails, modules and units. Lessons are presented in a specific sequence, so customers have a predefined path to follow and a “guided, curated” experience, according to Salesforce.
Trailhead helps developers migrate from Salesforce Classic to Lightning Experience, the modern development platform which provides a great deal of declarative code so coding can be standardized and user-friendly. Modules show users how to program in Apex, JavaScript and Visualforce.
The learning program is designed to help users by providing a series of interactive assessments to identify whether learners have learned the content. Gamification is built into the Trailhead program, so developers can also earn badges for milestones reached in their Trailhead education.

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Jan 2018

Workshop on Business Administration Specialists and 50 students earned BSX super badge and trainer for the workshop is Ms.Kirti Gupta, Trainer Salesforce.

Feb 2018

100 students from the Department of CSE, IT & ECE participated in the National level Learnathon 2018. Received Institution level appreciation for the excellent contributor.

August 2018

50 students participated in the Salesforce  Student Journey and received appreciation for earning the maximum number of badges.

March 2019

July 2019

100 students from the Department of CSE,IT,ECE & EI participated in the Salesforce Declarative platform for App Builder.

100 Students participated in ADX-201 Salesforce Administrator workshop and trainer for the workshop is Mr.Manish Sharma, Lead Instructor, Salesforce.

October 2020

100 students are participated in the Salesforce Job Ready Program in the two different tracks such as Developer and Admin track.


Feedback collected from the students after the completion of workshop and its analysis exposes that the students earned maximum number of badges and super badges. This will be useful for them to work in the Salesforce environment.

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