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- Dr Shresth Tayal Adjunct Faculty
- Mr M V Shiju Lecturer
- Prof Suresh Jain HoD and Professor
- Prof Prateek Sharma Dean (Academic)
- Dr Kamna Sachdeva Assistant Professor
- Dr Chander Kumar Singh Assistant Professor
- Dr Chubamenla Jamir Assistant Professor
- Dr Anu Rani Sharma Assistant Professor
- Dr Sudipta Chatterjee Associate Professor
- Ms Ranjana Ray Chaudhuri Lecturer
- Dr Nithiyanandam Yogeswaran Assistant Professor
- Dr Vinay Shankar Prasad Sinha Associate Professor
The MSc. programme in Geoinformatics at the TERI University is a two year programme for students who want to specialize in the areas of geo-information and earth sciences. Geo-informatics is rapidly evolving as a study area that can bring in additional and meaningful insights using multi-disciplinary approach to problem solving in areas such as resource estimation and assessments, impact assessments etc. The study of Geo-informatics equips students with technologies that can support such estimation, mapping and analysis.
The core strength of the programme lies in its innovative curriculum that imbues present and future professionals with practical and theoretical knowledge in the domain of geoinformatics. Students are exposed to a wide range of cutting-edge applications of geospatial techniques to emulate real-life problems.
WHY STUDY Geoinformatics
Research in the areas of geo-information and earth sciences increasingly rely on spatial data and analysis. Programme in Geoinformatics empowers students in dealing with various problems like the environment, health hazards, urbanization, natural disasters, etc. by giving them exposure in geospatial technology. The programme also helps in understanding various rules and regulations regarding data collection and dissemination as well as laws and policies associated with the innumerable aspects of environment.
WHY STUDY AT TERI U ?
The MSc Geoinformatics programme at the TERI University is extensively lab oriented. Students are exposed to a wide range of practical exercises covering different applications of remote sensing, GIS, photogrammetry to real-life problems, law and policy for remote sensing and mapping. It enables students to understand various rules and regulations regarding data collection and dissemination and learn about various laws and policies related to environment.
Given the interdisciplinary nature of the programme, the inter-relationship of different subjects in the curriculum is highlighted through a minor and major project. The projects allow integration of knowledge acquired by students in various courses and permits application of knowledge to analyze real-life problems in the chosen area of interest.
Where will the Degree Take You?
The students who complete MSc Geoinformatics programme possess the requisite skills to work as GIS engineers, geo- database managers and remote sensing specialists in both public and private organizations.
Student Participation / Achievements
The programme provides explicit skills training in the field of Geoinformatics to students. They not only learn from leading industry professionals and academicians but also get extensive industry exposure.
MSc Geoinformatics students stood second in the GIS Quiz organized at the 14th ESRI India User Conference
A team from Department of Natural Resources, TERI University (Ms. Deepika Mann, Ms. Bakul Budhiraja, and Ms. Florencia M Tuladhar) received the award for GIS Quiz competition in the 14th ESRI India User Conference, held in December 2013 in New Delhi.
2013-14 Student received Best Oral Presentation Award in the 14th ESRI India User Conference:
Mr. Abdulhakim Ahmed, student, MSc Geoinformatics received Best Oral Presentation Award in the 14th ESRI India User Conference held in December 2013 in New Delhi. His work was on "GIS and remote sensing integrated for malaria risk mapping, the case of Kersa district, Ethiopia".
GIS Day 2013
The event was organized on 20 November 2013 covering a wide range of topics on GIS and its applications.
Indian Society of Remote Sensing, Delhi Chapter
A workshop on Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) Series was held on January 31, 2014 where students from various institutes and universities participated.
NASA's Applied Remote Sensing Training Programme (ARSET)
This programme hosted a series of six weekly webinars spread over a period of March 19-April 23, 2014. The webinar series "Introduction to Remote Sensing for Air Quality Applications for Indian Sub-Continent and Surrounding Regions" introduced students to available satellite data and tools for assessing trace gas and aerosol conditions.
Training Programme on Importance of RS and GIS and Rooftop Solar Web GIS tool for Indian Solar Cities
A one-day event was organized at the TERI University on February 21, 2014, which had lectures organized on GRASS open GIS, roof top mapping for solar energy and satellite meteorology.
Delhi Sustainable Development Summit, 2014
The Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS) is a premier event hosted by TERI. Students of the TERI University participated and volunteered for various programmes in the Summit. The Summit essentially provides students a chance to learn the finer aspects of management.
The TERI University offers 2 scholarships to Indian and international students with the support from sponsors. Scholarship is offered to support outstanding and highly motivated candidates who intend to pursue a masters' programme.