Course Description: The Second year students are attached to private survey firms, government bodies with surveying departments, real estate developers, statutory organizations and any other related institutions where the students can have a practical chance at handling and using
Course Description: This course prepares students to practice the profession of surveying. In broad terms, it introduces the students to social, economic and legal aspects of life that they expect to encounter as surveying professionals. course Objectives: This course aims
Course Description: This course involves students conducting group projects on Surveying/geomatics-related topics for real-world clients. The taught part of the course is designed to help students focus on the conceptual and technical issues relating to projects management and report I.
Course Description: This course introduces students to the basics of research methods to equip them to handle their final year projects. The students are taught how to conceptualize a research problem, define research objectives, carry out a literature review, design
Course Description: This course deals with the analysis and understanding of the results of adjustments of survey observations. The least squares technique is normally used to calculate adjusted values and precision indicators. Course Objectives: This course aims to: Introduce