This course deals with Methods of Representing and Mapping of Population and Economic Geography data with required techniques.
This course deals with deep understanding of migration analysis techniques which includes basic measures, direct and indirect estimations, LSTR and case studies.
This course deals with spatial analysis techniques of Population Geography which includes basic measures, Population projection techniques, life table calculations, basic indices of human development.
This course deals spatial arrangement of settlement with required indices.
Geography and health are intrinsically linked. The social, built and natural environments affect our health and well-being in ways that are directly relevant to health policy. Spatial location (the geographic context of places and the connectedness between places) plays a major role in shaping environmental risks as well as many other health effects. For example, locating health care facilities, targeting public health strategies or monitoring disease outbreaks all have a geographic context.
Settlement is one of the most concrete expressions of human interaction with soundings. This course covers study of evolution and development of settlement, types, size, Spacing, pattern, and shape, Models and Theories of settlement, changing morphology and urban forms and role of RS and GIS in settlement Geography.
The spatial mobility creates lot of dynamics which need to understand with passing time. This course will helpful to many academicians in view of new problems and prospects. In this course one can learn about the basics i.e. types, determinants, causes and consequences, process of migration and application of theories and current issues.
Population Geography is specialize course in Human Geography. In this course academician, Student, research scholar can learn about Population dynamics i.e. size, growth and distribution, dynamics of fertility and mortality, different models and theories, different concepts, importance of population projections, Population issues, Population resources, Population development and population policies.
It is practical course and covers fundamental factors of Development measures. Development status assessed with various methods by using required measures.
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The course on Coastal Geomorphology is designed to understand different coastal landforms, their development, the processes operating and shaping these landforms. Besides this, the course also aims to understand human intervention in the coastal environment
Advance Course in RS and GIS : Concepts and Methods course is designed to learn the details of satellite image processing and Spatial analysis in GIS. This course also aims to train the learn in satellite image data analysis and extracting the geo-information. The course also aimed to train the students in GIS data processing and data representation in the form of thematic maps.
Inculcate concepts and approaches to Understand spatial dimensions of development among the students
Gg 331: GIS : Concepts and Methods course is the basic course of Geographic Information System and its compulsory. Students from other Subjects/department can also do this course