Department of Geography

Briefing Census from Past to Present: with Special Reference to Uttar Pradesh

Date :

30-Jan-2015

Resource Person :

Dr. Binod Singh, Ministry of Home Affairs

Summary:

Dr. Binod Singh delivered a systematic description of census from past to present with special reference to U.P. After theoretical discussion of the topic he has sensitized the present generation to always co-operate the census surveyor giving them correct data. So that census can provide incredible information for planning and formulation of policies for central and the state governments and is widely used by national and international agencies, scholars, business people, industrialists, and many more.

Relevance of Qualitative Techniques in Geography

Date :

29-Jan-2015

Resource Person :

Dr. Ritu Jain, National P.G College

Summary:

Dr. Ritu Jain from National P.G College started her lecture with relevance of qualitative aspect in geography. She has emphasized that though modern techniques and instruments are enhancing the scope of the subject but being a social animal our ideas, thought, perception and observation make a spatial form in all the disciplines. For this she has elaborated the topic i.e. relevance of the qualitative techniques in geography.

Implications of Earth’s Shape and Datum in Geo-Referencing

Date :

10-Oct-2014

Resource Person :

Dr. Virendra Kumar, Senior Scientist of Land Use and Urban Survey Division, Remote Sensing Application Centre in Lucknow.

Summary:

Dr. Virendra Kumar, Senior Scientist of Land Use and Urban Survey Division, Remote Sensing Application Centre in Lucknow has introduced Mobile GIS and discussed the Implications of earth’s shape and datum in geo-referencing as well as highlighted the characteristics and applications of Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in the present scenario..

Importance of Remote Sensing with Reference to GIS Project Design and Methodology

Date :

09-Oct-2014

Resource Person :

Dr. Sudhakar Shukla, Senior Scientist of Water Resource Management Department, Remote Sensing Application Centre, Lucknow

Summary:

Dr. Sudhakar Shukla, Senior Scientist of Water Resource Management Department, Remote Sensing Application Centre, Lucknow introduced remote sensing with reference to GIS (Geographical Information System) and discussed GIS project design and planning methodologies as well as GIS data base management systems which enormously helps to monitor our natural resources

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