Interdisciplinary Department of Remote Sensing and GIS Applications

Post Graduate

Dept. data last updated on :24/11/2021

COURSE.NAME :

M.Sc. (Remote Sensing & GIS Applications)

COURSE.SPEC :

Remote Sensing & GIS Applications


COURSE.NOS :

20

COURSE.DEGREE :

Qualifying Examination: Bachelor’s Degree in Geography / Geology / Statistics / Physics / Mathematics / Computer Science / Computer Applications / Forestry / Wildlife / Environmental Science / Agricultural Science and B. Tech. / B.E. in Civil Engg. / Computer Engineering from a UGC recognized University or Institutions with 55% marks in aggregate.
Note: Candidate should refer to ‘Allowed Courses’ under ‘Important Information & Rules’ to ascertain whether s/he is permitted to apply for the course of study.
Age Limit: Not more than 27 years as on 01st July in the year of admission.

COURSE.COURSE :

See the Guide to Admissions 2020-21 or visit https://amucontrollerexams.com/

COURSE.JP :

COURSE.PEO :

PEO 1: To prepare the students in identifying, analyzing and solving geospatial problems.

PEO 2: To train the students in developing practical and executable solutions to the challenges of the growing field of Remote Sensing and GIS Applications.

PEO 3: To impart the students with strong base of knowledge that makes them suitable both for industries as well as for teaching and research.

PEO 4: To inculcate the students with the sensitivity towards ethics, public policies and their responsibilities towards the society.


COURSE.PO :

After completion of this programme, students should be able to:


PO1: Apply spatial data analysis skills to solve natural, environmental and societal problems and challenges.

PO2: Impart knowledge and differentiate between GIS & Cartography, Spatial versus Non-Spatial data.

PO3: Write technical reports/papers and publish international level research articles.

PO4: Present research findings to the scientific community.

PO5: Demonstrate a degree of mastery over the areas of Remote Sensing and GIS technology.  The mastery should be at a level higher than the requirements in the appropriate bachelor program.


COURSE.Accr :

Yes