Learn about Remote Sensing, GIS, and Image Processing, the techniques for creation and analysis of spatial data, in a Self-Paced Certificate Course. Shapefile, Gridfiles, coordinate systems, attribute table creation, data representation, layer generation, geodatabase postulation, etc. relevant topics required for the digitization of maps for data representation and processing were covered with Self Explanatory Presentations along with example problems. On securing pass marks in the Weekly Assignments and End of the Month Tests, a Certificate of Completion is provided. Scope of publication will also be granted at the end of the course and on securing pass marks in the assignment and tests.
Course Content :
2)Basic Terminology of GIS and Remote Sensing
3)How to digitize a toposheet ?
b)Creation of Shape file and grid files
c)Creation of Attribute Table
d) Development of Isopleth Maps
4) Remote Sensing
a)Spatial Domain Filtering
Course Duration: Minimum One Year and more if required
Certificate: Yes and :
i)Self-Paced Learning Option: Yes
ii)Course Videos & Readings: Yes
iii)Practice Quizzes: Yes
iv)Graded Assignments with Peer Feedback: Yes
v)Graded Quizzes with Feedback: Yes
vi)Scope of Paper/Book Chapter Publication: Yes
vii) Solved problems from GIS for National Level Entrance Examinations and Interviews : Yes
vii) Scope of one-to-one interaction with the coordinator for one year.
Explained with example problems.Weekly Assignments and End of Month Tests and lastly Opportunity to Publish.
Course DurationOne Year but can be extended
How many examples providedMinimum 10 per topic but regularly updated
What I will miss if I terminate the subscription ?Regular updates in Examples, Case Studies and New Materials
- Explained with example problems.Weekly Assignments and End of Month Tests and lastly Opportunity to Publish.
- Course DurationOne Year but can be extended
- How many examples providedMinimum 10 per topic but regularly updated
- What I will miss if I terminate the subscription ?Regular updates in Examples, Case Studies and New Materials