Working with Digital Maps–Leveraging the Power of GIS [Closed]
OrganizerIndian Institute for Human Settlements(Company)
May 11, 2012
End Date : May 13, 2012
Deadline: May 4, 2012
Eligibility Undergrad Level,Grad Level,Postgrad Level,Non-students
Type of Opportunity Workshop/CampTags
Published OnApril 12, 2012
IIHS, is pleased to announce a short course on “Working with Digital Maps–Leveraging the Power of GIS”
The Short Course is a unique and intense 3-day programme for working professionals from diverse backgrounds working on different aspects of human settlements. The course aims to equip the learners with essentials of mapping, offering insights and hands-on exposure to working with various free-and-open-source mapping applications. The Short Course will equip learners to appreciate the nuances of key concepts, enabling them to quickly learn, test and apply the techniques in their respective domains and eventually be able to produce maps for their own needs.
This will also expose learners to use/develop mash-ups based on popular web-based GIS applications like OpenStreetMap, Google Maps, etc. and open up learners to use volunteered geographic information and crowd-sourced knowledge in their respective use cases.
Details of the program are mentioned below:
GIS - Principles and Applications in Human Settlements | May 2012
Programme Director - Dr. H. S. Sudhira
Dates - 11th 12th and 13th May 2012
Location - Bangalore
Fee (INR) Students and Working Professionals - 6000
Fee (INR) International Participants - 7500
- 50% scholarship available for deserving students interested in participating.
- Last date for registration: 4th/May/2012
- Last date of payment for selected participants: 7th/May/2012
- Group Discount: Organizations nominating three (3) or more employees for a particular programme will be entitled to a discount of 10% on the fee. Seats will be confirmed on receipt of payment of prescribed fee along with duly filled application forms, provided that the nominated participants meet the selection criteria of the programme.