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This course provides students with the practical skills to carry out the role of a surveyor in the collection of spatial data related to the set-out and monitoring of engineering structures, roads, railways and mining operations. This course covers: operation of sophisticated surveying equipment and software for conducting more complex engineering surveys including road design and setout surveys; use of specific surveying software for creating mine and engineering drawings and for solving complex engineering and geodetic computational problems, including Global Positioning System (GPS) devices and Computer Aided Drafting ( CAD) programs.
Spatial information and surveying services are based on the collection, management and presentation of information related to surveying, mapping and geographical information systems. These services are an integral part of local, state and national land management programs, building and construction projects, environmental studies, navigational systems and monitoring of emergency situations.
Surveying is used in a wide range of circumstances and is an integral part of land management programs, building and construction projects, environmental studies, navigational systems and monitoring of emergency situations.
|Name of Institution||Total No. of Students|
|JIS School of Polytechnic||60|
|Total Pass Out Per Year||60|