5 day GIS course for conservation and development practitioners

Azim Premji University, Bangalore is delighted to offer a short course ‘Introduction to Mapping and Geographical Information Systems using Quantum GIS’. This course is designed specifically for professionals working in various domains of conservation and development. The five-day course will start on Dec 03, 2018.

The brochure is attached herewith. For further details, please visit our website: www.azimpremjiuniversity.edu.in (OR)www.azimpremjiuniversity.edu.in/gis

For registration, please refer to the details below.  We encourage you to register early as this particular course offered by the University tends to fill up fast.  

Introduction to Mapping and Geographical Information Systems using Quantum GIS

Dec 03 – 07, 2018

Course Fees: INR 5,900/- (inclusive of taxes)

Last date to apply: Nov 15, 2018

To apply, please visit:  – https://goo.gl/forms/kIzhdjM7xLUKmEjv1

For queries, please write to: gis.ced@apu.edu.in

Venue information:

The course will be conducted at the Azim Premji University campus in Electronic City, Bangalore.  The registration fees includes tuition, reading materials and resource kit. The participants will be required to make their own arrangements for travel and accommodation, and to meet the food expenses during the programme – which is available in and around the campus at nominal rates. This course will be conducted at the University computer lab, so the participants are not required to bring their personal laptops.

Those who participate fully in the program will be awarded a certificate of ‘Participation’. 

We look forward to seeing you and your colleagues at the winter course.


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