# FOSSEE Fellowship 2019 LaTeX

Giving below are the list of screening tasks for the FOSSEE Felllowship under the project of LaTeX

FOSSEE Fellowship

Indian Institute of
Technology Bombay

www.iitb.ac.in

 Fellowship link Registrations open 1 Feb 2019 Last date of Registration 31 Mar 2019 Last date to submit tasks 31 Mar 2019 Announcement of Results 18 Apr 2019 Commencement of Fellowship (tentative) 14 May 2019 Submissions on Moodle Link

# General Information

There are 3 tasks for this project and it is mandatory to submit all the 3 tasks. Selection would be based on the submissions of all the three tasks.

# Task 1: Build a Resume

• LaTeX

## Resources

If you are new to LaTeX you may refer to the tutorials on https://spoken-tutorial.org/tutorial-search/?search_foss=LaTeX&search_language=

## Description

Create your resume in LaTeX keeping in mind the following points

• Use appropriate font styles
• It should contain at least one table
• A pie chart consisting of the daily activities in percentage. For example, if you work for 8 hours, sleep for 8 hours, etc., divide them into percentage and display using a pie chart
• A bar chart consisting of the score you obtained in school (SSC, CBSE, etc), highschool (HSC), bachelors, masters, etc.
• Use your imagination to create and design it.
• Should not exceed a page.

## Evaluation criteria

• Innovative design
• Own creation (not using templates from the web)

## Submission Procedure

• The folder in which you shall create your LaTeX files should be titled as ‘FOSSEE19_Resume_<YourMoodleUsername>’
• Zip your folder containing your generated .pdf file, LaTeX files, images, etc. Upload the zip file on moodle.

# Task 2: Style file for Experiments

• LaTeX
• Creativity

## Resources

If you are new to LaTeX you may refer to the tutorials on https://spoken-tutorial.org/tutorial-search/?search_foss=LaTeX&search_language=

## Description

Create a LaTeX package (.sty file) for displaying experiments and formatting it. The user should just write the following commands in LaTeX:

 \begin{customExperiment}
\expTitle{...}
\expAim{...}
\expProcedure{...}
\expResults{...}
\expConclusion{...}
\end{customExperiment}


The pdf should then look like

Experiment 1

Title: .................................................................................... ..............................................................................................

Aim:...................................................................................... ..............................................................................................

Procedure:........................................................................... ..............................................................................................

Results:................................................................................. ..............................................................................................

Conclusion: ......................................................................... ..............................................................................................

Experiment 2

Title: .................................................................................... ..............................................................................................

...

## Evaluation criteria

• Should work as expected
• Coding style for .sty file

## Submission Procedure

• Assuming that .sty is created by you, create a .tex file that uses your .sty file to do what was given above.
• Create a folder titled ‘FOSSEE19_Experiment_<YourmoodleUsername> containing the .sty and .tex file
• Zip the above folder and submit it on moodle

# Task 3: Redefine delimiter in tabular

• LaTeX
• Creativity

## Resources

If you are new to LaTeX you may refer to the tutorials on https://spoken-tutorial.org/tutorial-search/?search_foss=LaTeX&search_language=

## Description

While creating tables using the tabular environment, & is used as a delimiter to distinguish columns. Write a style package to replace & with any other delimiter like comma, semi-colon, or colon. The user should just write the following commands in LaTeX:

 \begin{tablularDelimiter}{|c|c|c|}{‘,’}
1, 2, 3 \\
4, 5, 6 \\
\end{tablularDelimiter}


The pdf should then look like

 1 2 3 4 5 6

## Evaluation criteria

• Should work as expected
• Coding style for .sty file

## Submission Procedure

• Assuming that .sty is created by you, create a .tex file that uses your .sty file to do what was given above.
• Create a folder titled ‘FOSSEE19_TabularDelimiter_<YourmoodleUsername> containing the .sty and .tex file
• Zip the above folder and submit it on moodle