Invoke Python script by activating virtual env from UiPath Studio X

I am working on a bot where I have to invoke a python script from StudioX and get the status if it completed successfully or not.
Python Version 3.7.0
Project Structure is as below:
InvokePy
|–> main.xaml
|–>main.py
|–>venv

I have created a virtualenv ‘venv’ within which I have installed all the required python modules. I am trying to trigger main.py file from main.xaml file. The script works fine when i run the commands normally.

Solutions Attempted but not working:

  1. I have tried using Python Scope activity with path ‘venv\Scripts’ instead of normal python path
  2. I tried activating the venv within the main.py file. But when I do this I have to import all the required modules for each method I invoke from main
  3. Tried using Command Prompt Activities and gave the commands to trigger py script. This worked for a day but since then when I trigger this even after the script has completed executing it doesnt terminate and UiPath becomes Unresponsive. Commands exceuted:
cd project_folder_path
venv\Scripts\activate
main.py

Is there anyway I can activate the venv and trigger py script from StudioX? Or trigger a .bat file?
Any help is appreciated.

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