Indian Institute of Remote Sensing M.Sc. and PG Diploma in the field of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation

Name of Institute / University

Indian Institute of Remote Sensing

Courses Offered

Master Degree (M.Sc.) and PG Diploma in the field of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation with specialization in Geo-Informatics and Natural Hazards and Disaster Risk Management

Eligibility

Geo-Informatics: The applicants having with M.Sc./ M.Tech. degree in Physics, Mathematics, Applied mathematics, Statistics, Geology, Geography (with science subjects at graduation level), Geophysics, Meteorology, Oceanography, Agriculture, Urban and Regional Planning, Remote Sensing, Natural Science or equivalent OR

B.E/B.Tech. degree (4 years) in Civil Engineering, Electronics, Agriculture Engineering, B.Sc. Agriculture or Forestry or equivalent

OR MCA with science graduation. The applicants are required to have passed with First Division in any one of the above said degrees. Knowledge of programming skill and mathematic aptitude will be preferred. For working government servants, graduation in science with 2 years of experience is required for PG Diploma course. Applicants should have studied mathematics and basic science up to 10th standard.

Natural Hazards and Disaster Risk Management:
M.Sc. in Geography/ Geology/Geophysics/ Oceanography/ Marine Science/ Meteorology/ Natural Sciences/ Earth Sciences/ Agriculture or B.Arch./ B. Planning/ M. Planning or B.E./B.Tech./ M.E./ M.Tech. in Civil Engg. / Agricultural Engineering or B. Sc. Forestry/ Agriculture (both with 4 Years) or Forest Officers (for P.G. Diploma course).

Applicants for both courses must have studied mathematics and basic science up to 10th standard. Candidates applying for M.Sc. course should have secured a minimum of 60% marks in the qualifying examination.

How To Apply

Application form can be downloaded from the institute’s website http://www.iirs-nrsc.gov.in

Contact Details

Test Centers

Dehradun & Bangalore

Note

Entrance Exam & interview: 03 & 04 July, 2010



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