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University of Kerala : Centre For Geo-Information Science and Technology

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Kariavattom - 695581
District: Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala)
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Courses Offered by University of Kerala : Centre For Geo-Information Science and Technology

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A centre of excellence established in the University of Kerala and jointly supported by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India and the Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment, Government of Kerala.

 
 
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 Course(s) Offered by University of Kerala : Centre For Geo-Information Science and Technology  
P.G Diploma in Geo-Information Science and Technology (PGDGIST)
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Eligibility
Post graduate Degree in Geology (or any branch of Earth Science), Geography, Environmental Science, Physics, Computer Science, with not less than 55% marks.(Those who are awaiting results of the final examination can also apply)
 
Duration
1 year
 
Medium of Instruction
English
 
No. of Seats
10 seats
 
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University of Kerala
 
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The Post Graduate Diploma in Geo-Information Science and Technology is a full time two semester course consisting of specialized training via lectures, focused field investigations, practical work and an independent dissertation project. The course curriculum comprises 3 hours of classroom lecture followed by at least 2-3 hours of lab work and demands full time attendance and commitment from the students. Application of spatial data in planning and management of various development contexts will be analysed through appropriate case studies. Seminars, lectures and demonstrations experts/firms will familiarise the students with emerging trends and tools in Geo-Information Science and Technology.