School of Geo-Informatics

M.Tech. in Remote Sensing and GIS

School of Geoinformatics (SGID) RSAC-U.P. running two years (Four Semesters) M.Tech.course in Remote Sensing & GIS affiliated to Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University approved by AICTE, Govt. of India, since 2013.

Aim of the Course

The Broad objectives of the course is to provide in-depth knowledge of remote sensing, digital image processing, geographic information system (GIS), GPS and DGPS technologies and their applications in various fields such as Agriculture, soils, forestry, geosciences, water resources, marine, atmospheric sciences, human settlement analysis, Land use & Landover large scale mapping etc.
Course Duration :2 year (4 Semesters)

Target Groups

This course is targeted to persons interested in remote sensing and GIS technology and their applications in the field of natural resource surveys, water resource management, agriculture, soil surveys, forestry, disaster management, marine, atmospheric sciences, urban planning, geological investigations, photogrammetric surveys and mapping, Students can opt for one of this specialization in technology or application areas.

Eligibility Criteria

B.E/B.Tech (60% or Equivalent CGPA) in Civil / Environment / Computer Science & Eng. / Information Tech / Electrical Eng. / Agriculture or M.Sc. (60% or Equivalent CGPA) in Geography / Geology / Geoinformatics / Geomatics / Environmental Sciences / Earth Sciences / Forestry / Agriculture / Soil Sciences / Botany / Water resources

Important Note :

Interested Candidate can apply online through Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University website www.aktu.ac.in and go through following link:
https://erp.aktu.ac.in/WebPages/Public/EntranceExams/PGPHDFATE/Instructions.aspxDFATE/Instructions.aspx
in the month of July in every academic year.

Course Fee Structure

  • Rs. 20,000/- (Registration Charges + Admission Fee)
  • Rs. 36000/- per Sem. (Tuition Fee)

Awards/Achievements :

CMAI (Communication multimedia and Infrastructure) Society, New Delhi conferred a best award for 'Excellence Remote Sensing Applications Institute in U.P.' at 3rd Uttar Pradesh Technical Education Summit-2015 on 5th Sept. 2015 for the Excellence and Innovation on "School of Geoinformation aspects Programme". The award is given for the skill development and outcome best education.

STUDENTS THESIS (Academic Year 2013-15) :

Sr. No. Name of Student Title of Thesis
1 Mayank Mishra Analysis of Changes in the River Bank of Ganga River near Allahabad City by using multi-temporal satellite data.
2 Rupali Shrivastava Micro level mapping of utility facility services in Lohia Villages and assessment of ground water quality for the impact of industrial effluent using high resolution Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS Technology
3 Shashank Yadubhushanam Developing Fog Detection Technique using INSAT-3D Imager
4 Shiv Pratap Development of a decision support system for Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Programme using Remote Sensing, GIS, GPS and Web-GIS Techniques
5 Arif Ahmad Change detection of sodic land in Raebareli district using Remote Sensing and GIS techniques
6 Shashank Dwivedi Evaluation Of Soil Moisture Content, Rainfall, Vegetation Water Content And Radar Vegetation Index For Kharif Crops Using Microwave Satellite Data[Nasa,SSmap Simulated Data & Amsr-2 Data
7 Sudhank Dwivedi Regional crop yield forecast using crop simulation model and Remote sensing data
8 Tarun Tiwari Forest Stock Mapping and Volume Estimation using Remote Sensing & GIS
9 Vaishali Sharma The study of temporal variation of Aerosol optical depth over Northern India
10 Gunjan Yadav Thermal Anomaly Detection in Jharia Coal Field using Multichannel ASTER TIR Data
11 Kirti Khemka A Comparative study of classification techniques using Hyperspectral data: A Remote Sensing and GIS perspective
12 Manish Dwivedi Super resolution mapping using multi-viewing CHRIS/PROBA data
13 Manvendra Singh Mapping of glacier movement using SAR Interferometery and offset tracking methodology
14 Pushkar Gaur Land subsidence monitoring using advanced DInSAR techniques
15 Tanushree Jaiswal Monitoring Land Surface & Water Bodies' Temperature Of Gomti River in Lucknow District Using Thermal Remote Sensing
16 Amit Kumar Shukla 3D GIS Modelling At Semantic Level Using 3d Point Cloud Data For Urban Infrastructure
17 Rahul Bajpai 3D Mapping, Visualization and Modeling of Infrastructure/Building from LIDAR Data
18 Arvind Kumar Gautam Urban spatial growth and land transformation analysis of Varanasi city using Remote Sensing and GIS techniques

STUDENTS THESIS (Academic Year 2014-16) :

Sr. No. Name of Student Title of Thesis
1 Abhishek Singh Yadav Modelling urban growth in Kashipur
2 Adeeba Planning Area using Logistic
3 Anam Mushtaq Regression Method
4 Andaleeb Fatima GIS data base creation and urban sprawl mapping of Lucknow city, U.P., India
5 Praveen Kumar Sonkar Urban spatial growth modelling using artificial Neural Network
6 Ravi Prakash Mishra A case suty of rudrapur city
7 Satyaveer Singh Open Cast Mine Boundary Detection of Jharia Coalfield, Jharkhand, India, using Optical and Interferometric SAR Data
8 Savita Kumari Information Extraction using Ground Based Hyperspectral Remote Sensing (HRS) Imager
9 Shikha Rawat Object Oriented Building Extraction from Fused Lidar Data and Aerial Ortho Image
10 Vivek Kumar Tripathi Drought Assessment using Meteorological and Remote sensing based indices

STUDENTS THESIS (Academic Year 2015-17) :

Sr. No. Name of Student Title of Thesis
1 Anjali Singh Quantification and modelling of the urban growth dynamics in Roorkee planning area
2 Anoop Maurya Eco city planning and site suitability analysis for waste disposal using remote sensing, geographical information system (GIS) and analytic hierarchy process (AHP)
3 Anubhav Srivastava Solar energy potential estimation of Ahmedabad city
4 Anuj Gautam Desertification status mapping of Etawah district
5 Dev Krishna Verma Identification of ground water potential zone using geo-electrical, remote sensing and GIS techniques - a case study of mall block, Lucknow
6 Faizan Rashid Morphometric analysis of river drainage basin - a case study of Ami river basin
7 Hina Zehra Rizvi Development of software for analysis of total electron content ionospheric variation for earthquake precursor studies
8 Karuna Mapping & modelling of urban sprawl pattern in Moaradabad city using multi temporal images and shanon’s entropy approach
9 Pragati Singh Crop suitability analysis of Uttar Pradesh
10 Raginee Chaturvedi Application development for utility facilities in villages using web GIS
11 Sandeep Kumar Yadav Integrated remote sensing, GIS & geophysical techniques for identification for suitable sites for water harvesting or artificial recharge structures in Karwi block of Chitrakoot district
12 Sanjeev Kumar Kushwaha Modelling and simulation of urban growth of Varanasi city
13 Shashank Kumar Anshu Classification of urban features using high resolution world-view 2 data through random forest classifier - a case study of Chandigarh city
14 Siddhant Devrahi Identification of irrigated areas in Lucknow district
15 Vivek Kumar Assessment of vertical accuracy of open source Dems with Icesat data & DGPS
16 Gajendra Kumar Spectral yield modelling for sugarcane crop using Moeinteith approach for U.P. state

Dr. A L. Haldar

Dr. A L. Haldar
Designation

Scientist-SG

Area of Specialization

*About 33 years experience in Geophysical prospecting for groundwater Exploration (Well Lodging and Resistivity Survey) and Application of Remote Sensing,
*GIS & GPS for Cadastral resources mapping, Micro-Level Mapping for Utility Facilities using High Resolution Satellite Data, Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) Survey for GCP’s etc.

*Teaching for M.Tech. (Remote Sensing & GIS) students.
No. of Publications

More than 50 research paper & 20 Technical Reports

Contact No. 09450912881, 08765977648, 0522-2730232
E-mail ID amritlalhaldar@gmail.com

Shri S. K. S. Yadav

Shri S. K. S. Yadav
Designation

Scientist-SE

Area of Specialization
  • Groundwater resources studies using Geophysical and Remote Sensing techniques.
  • Surface water Resources Management studies using Remote Sensing and GIS techniques.
  • Glaciological studies (Snow cover mapping, Snout monitoring, Surging glacier studies, Climate change etc.) using Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing techniques.
Experience in Years

24 Years

No of Publications

Research Papers - 18

Contact No. 8765999656
E-mail ID sksyadav42@gmail.com

Shri Ram Chandra

Shri Ram Chandra
Designation

Scientist-SE

Area of Specialization About 31 years experience in Geosciences studies using satellite remote sensing and GIS techniques for Glaciology Sedimentology, Hydrogeology, Ground water prospect mapping , River Dynamics studies , Bridge site selection on Ganga river system, landslide hazard zonation mapping , natural resources management mapping,
Experience in years 31 Years
No. of Publications

ResearchPapers - 39
Technical Reports - 41
Atlas - 04

Contact No. 08765977662(office), 09451953449
Email-id vermarc45@yahoo.com , vermarc40@gmail.com