[OSGeo-Discuss] Training Program on Open Source GIS at TERI University, New Delhi, India

Kumaran Narayanaswamy kumaran.narayanaswamy at kcubeconsulting.com
Fri Feb 26 21:20:10 PST 2010


Head & Associate Professor

Department of Natural Resources

TERI University,

New Delhi


Training on Open Source GIS - Quantum GIS


Dear Sir/Madam,


I am please to inform you that TERI University, New Delhi in collaboration
with kCube, Chennai is planning to organize Training Program on Open Source
GIS - Quantum GIS. In light of utility of geospatial tools in all fields of
sustainable management of resources, GIS has become one of the indispensable
tools for studies, research and policy framework. The cost of the available
software and skilled manpower are among the major hurdles to use such tool.
The Open Source GIS software is one of the convenient ways to overcome such


TERI University with kCube plans to organize 5 day and 2 Day interactive
Training Program on Quantum GIS. This will provide a structure route to
spatial and non-spatial database generation, management, analysis and
decision making. The training will be organized in two stages for different
user group:


For GIS Professionals - 5 Day Training Program ( April 12th - 16th 2010
(Monday - Friday))

Brochure : http://kcubeconsulting.com/pdfs/5Day_QGIS.pdf


For Students - 2 Day Training Program ( April 17th - 18th 2010 (Saturday -

Brochure : http://kcubeconsulting.com/pdfs/2Day_QGIS.pdf


We plan to restrict the intake to keep the training session more
interactive. The last date of application is March 30, 2010.We look forward
to a wide circulation of this circular among the professionals interested
and working in this area.


Thanking you in anticipation,

Yours sincerely,

On Behalf of Dr. P.K. JOSHI | Associate Professor & Head | TERI University 

Kumaran, kCube.




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