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M.E Geomatics

Master of Engineering in Geomatics


Are you graduate and holding B.E or B.Tech degree in the field of Geomatics? Are you willing to pursue your studies further? If yes, you can go for Master of Engineering or M.E. in Geomatics. It is available in many engineering institutes and you can choose as per your suitability. All other general details are mentioned below.

Course Name: M.E Geomatics
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Stream: Engineering
Course Category: Civil
Duration: 2 Years

Introduction

Master of Engineering or M.E. is a post-graduate level degree course and Geomatics is related the field of Environmental Engineering. Geomatics is many times also addressed as Geospatial technology which is actually the discipline of gathering, store, processing and then delivering the correct geographic information and spatially referenced information.
Candidates having strong determination and willpower for doing hard work including constructions, cartography, offshore engineering, exploration, etc can go for this course.
Although it is an engineering course, it in some recognized and registered institutes, it is available through correspondence or in distance learning mode. But it is advised to pursue in regular mode to have better job options.

Eligibility

The candidates holding Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Technology or any other equivalent degree in the same or related field are eligible for this course. This graduation degree must be pursued from a reputed institute and candidates should score good marks to get admissions in reputed institutes.

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Admission Procedure

This field of engineering is less crowded hence admissions are not very difficult. Some institutes offer direct admissions but some reputed institutes either conduct their own entrance test or consider the ranking of national level entrance tests.
Interested candidates need to submit their application forms before the last date of submissions. They are advised to go through the eligibility criteria carefully before filling their applications.

Duration

The duration of this course is 2 years in regular mode. These 2 years are divided into 4 different semesters. In case of course through correspondence, this duration may vary and need to be checked from the selected institute.

Further Study options

After completion of this course, candidates interested in higher studies can enroll M.Phil in Geomatics. After M.Phil. completion, Ph.D. is also an option for candidates having research aptitude.

Course Highlights

The course includes both theory and practical sessions. The theoretical part of the course includes topics like Probability, Statistical methods, Image processing, Decision Support System, GIS, and Cartography. Details of Advanced GIS, Digital Cadastre, Geodesy, and Management System, etc are also included in the course. The practical sessions are arranged for GIS, Remote sensing and Photogrammetry and other related things.

Job aspects

These Candidates suitable for working as a Manager and Geomatics specialist, Senior Web Developer, Remote sensing engineer photogrammetrist, Senior GIS Engineer, etc.
They can work in environmental companies, surveying firms, agricultural sector, Cartography industries, etc.

M.E Geomatics Admissions for 2018 - 2019 Academic Year

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