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Three weeks winter schooling commences at JU
11/19/2019 10:18:07 PM
Early Times Report
Srinagar, Nov 19: Three weeks Advanced Winter Schools in Geospatial technologies focusing and Water Resources commenced at Department of Remote Sensing and GIS, University of Jammu.
Prof. Manoj Dhar, Vice Chancellor University of Jammu, the chief guest on the occasion lauded the role of geospatial technology for the natural resources management and development of mankind in the various ways. Prof Dhar said that in the present day teaching and learning, technology is playing a vital role and it is essential that all the young faculty, scholars and students must be equipped and well versed with the latest trends in technology of the international standards to augment academics and research in the University. Prof. Dhar also congratulated the participants for being part of this important training program on the Geospatial technologies.
Prof. Naresh Padha, Dean Faculty of Sciences, University of Jammu in his address also stressed for the use of new technology for exploring the new endeavours in the field of research in sciences and how this geospatial technology is being used by the various sciences department for the space based input research.
Earlier, Prof. Avtar Singh Jasrotia, Head Department of Remote Sensing and GIS University of Jammu and coordinator, Advanced Winter Schools in Geospatial technologies in his welcome address extended gratitude to the NRDMS, DST, Govt. of India, New Delhi for providing an opportunity to organise the program in University of Jammu.
He said that objectives of this programme is to generate the capacity building in geospatial technology which enable the young researchers and faculty members to get the opportunity to learn the contents given in the three-week training programme in geospatial technologies effectively so that participants shall be enable to enhance their skill in geospatial technologies and its applications in water resources using the open sources software.
Among others Rectors, Heads of various teaching department, faculty members, research scholars and students of the various teaching departments were also present on the occasion.
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