National Survey Day Celebration 2015

National Survey Day is celebrated every year throughout India to commemorate the measurement of the first Baseline of Great Trigonometric Survey (GTS) on 10th April 1802.

At Hyderabad, Gis India joined hands with Survey of India & Institution of Surveyors (New Delhi) to organizing National Survey Day Workshop on “ Current Technologies in Surveying & Mapping with focus on 3D mapping “ 10 April 2015, at Paryatak Bhvan, Begumpet, Hyderabad as a part of National Survey Day celebration.  Key Speakers/Panelists of Workshop is  Dr. PS Roy, ChairGeospatial, UoH; Mr. VS Rao;  Brig JS Ahuja; Dr. Kaushalya Ramachandran, CRIDA; Mr. C.Subba Rao, Jt Director, AP State Survey Dept.; Gp. Capt. Phillora, ESCI; L & T Representative;  Mr. N.Satyanarayana, Commissioner, C Zone, GHMC; Dr. Venugopal, NRSC;  Dr. V.Raghav Swamy, Former group Director, NRSC; Mr. KK Pappan, Head Aerial Phtography(Retd), NRSC;  Dr. KB Chari, Sr. GIS Consultant, GIS Labs; Dr.Mohammed Akhter Ali,Dept. of Geography, UCS, Osmania University, Hyderabad, Mr. Maheep Singh; Mr. NK Agrawal, Former Director, Survey of India Mr. BN Rao, ADCC; Mr. BK Swamy, Dir, SoI (Retd);  Prof. B.Sridhar, Vasavi Eng’g College Mr. MS Swamy, 3D Surveying Expert; Ms. G.Aruna, Geospatialist, Hyderabad; Mr. Hanuman Rao; Prof. K.Lakshman Rao, JNTU;  Dr. T.Hanuman Choudary, Former IT Adviser to CM, Govt of AP Dr. DP Rao, Former Director, NRSC, ISRO Mr. R.Vidyasagar Rao, Adviser (Irrig), Telangana State Maj Gen Dr. Siva Kumar, Provice Chancellor, GITAM Prof IV Murali Krishna; Dr Raja Ramanna Distinguished Fellow ;( Former Professor, JNTU )  Addl SG, SoI, Hyd.

At West Bengal, National Survey Day Committee (NSDC) going to celebrate National Survey Day at 10.30 Hrs at the historical town of Chandannagar West Bengal at Nritya Gopal Smirity Mandir. Many dignotories has invited to deliver speech on the ospecious occasion. The programme was organized at Chandannagar to commemorate Radhanath Sikdar, the great Computor ,mathematician and the man who measured Mount Everest. NSDC has invited all the geospatial professional in the celebration as the date has prime importance inthe annals of Survey History of India.

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