To impart technical competency in the domain of Geospatial Applications and enhance software skills, the Department of Civil Engineering, Presidency University, Bangalore in association with Karnataka State Remote Sensing Applications Centre (KSRSAC), Bangalore is organizing a Five-Day online Faculty Development Program (FDP) on “Geospatial Applications in Civil Engineering” from 16th to 20th August, 2021.

Participants will get to interact with eminent resource persons and equip themselves with GIS skill set for addressing real world problems.

The FDP also includes hands on session on Open-source GIS software and will help participants familiarize with the fundamentals of the software, use of basic tools and also equip them with essential skill set to use the software for particular applications with the help of case studies.

Registration Link:

Student/ Research Scholars – Rs. 50/-
Faculty/ Industry Professionals – Rs. 100/-
(Payment link and details available in the registration form)

(Note: In order to ensure individual attention to all the participants and for ensuring effective participation, a minimal registration fee is levied)

Seats are limited. Seats will be filled on First come First serve basis

💻📱Meeting Platform: Microsoft Teams

🗓️ Date: 16 August 2021 (Monday) to 20 August 2021 (Friday)

🕓 Time: From 10:00AM onwards on all 5 days

About Karnataka State Remote Sensing Applications Centre (KSRSAC)

Karnataka State Remote Sensing Applications Centre (KSRSAC) was established in 1986 by Govt. of Karnataka and designated as the Nodal Agency for implementation of Remote Sensing and GIS programmes in the state.

KSRSAC has been carrying out a wide array of projects for Central and State Departments in the areas such as watershed development, forest, mines and geology, rural development, town planning, water resources, ecology and environment, agriculture.

KSRSAC has generated a voluminous geospatial database of natural resources using satellite images and ground survey. KSRSAC initiated the Karnataka Geographical Information System (K – GIS) in 2016 to make GIS data available at all levels and helps bringing accountability in the state’s governance.