Paradigms of Programming

Don't worry. We will only cover a small subset of this.
Don't worry. We will only cover a small subset of this.

The aim of the course is to teach you about the different paradigms of programming, their underlying concepts, and the relationships between them. We will mostly look at functional and logic programming, touching upon imperative programming concepts as we go through the course. We will study functional paradigm through OCaml and logic paradigm through Prolog (specifically SWI-Prolog). The official course description is here.

The course will be primarily taught through interactive Jupyter Notebooks. The instructions for setting up the notebooks is found here.

Essential Details

Name Email
Shashank Shekhar Dubey
Atul Dhiman
Diptanshu Kakwani
Padhiyar Sumit Kishorkumar

Liaise with the TAs over email about where to meet.


Item Due Weightage (%)
Assignment 1 19/08/19 5.0
Assignment 2 03/09/19 5.0
Quiz 1 04/09/19 15.0
Assignment 3 30/09/19 5.0
Assignment 4 14/10/19 5.0
Quiz 2 16/10/19 15.0
Assignment 5 30/10/19 5.0
Assignment 6 11/11/19 5.0
End Sem 19/11/19 40.0


The course borrows some of the materials from