ISRO has invited applications for a 7-day free online course called Basics of Geocomputation and Geoweb Services
ISRO is currently accepting applications from students and professionals for a 7-day free online course called “Basics of Geocomputation and Geoweb Services”. The course is the fourth module being offered by the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS) as part of its outreach program The three modules that were offered earlier are Remote Sensing and Digital Image Analysis, Global Navigation Satellite System, and Geographical Information System. All participants of the course with 70 percent attendance and 40 percent passing marks will receive an ISRO certificate.
The program is being sponsored by the Indian Space Research Organization, Department of Space, Government of India. To participate in the course, the interested organizations, universities, departments, Institutes have to identify a coordinator at their end who will register online their Institute as a nodal center on the IIRS website. Participants have to register online through the registration page by selecting their organization as the nodal center The Coordinator is required to approve the participants from their institute for each course before the program commencement date.
Participants of the course will get to learn the following topics as part of the course:
The course is open to the following participants:
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Great initiative 👍
A very good initiative taken by ISRO for our age grup
Very Nice initiative taken by ISRO, Thank you very much
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