Facilities

The Department has two computer laboratories, one forundergraduate and another forpostgraduate students and asoil laboratory.

  1. The postgraduate computer is used to train the following courses (Table 1).
Program Course title Course code Semester Remark
 

PhD.

 

  1. Research Methods in GeES Quantitative Methods
GeES 802 1st. Semester  SPSS training (Practical)
  1. Research Methods in GeES
GeES 802 1st. Semester  Theoretical training
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MA

  1. Application of GIS and Remote Sensing
GeES 631 1st. Semester  Theoretical & practical training
  1. Research Methods in GeES Quantitative

Methods

GeES 611 1st. Semester  Theoretical & practical training
  1. Seminar on Application of computer Cartography and Digital Mapping
GeES 721 1st. Semester  Theoretical
4.Advanced GIS and Spatial DataManagement GeES 662 1st. Semester  Theoretical & practical training
1.Advanced Image Processing GeES 665 2nd Semester Theoretical & practical training
2.Advanced Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry GeES 664 2nd Semester Theoretical & practical training
3.Basic Concepts and Techniques ofSpatial Modeling and Computer Programming GeEs 663 2nd Semester Theoretical & practical training

 2. The undergraduate computer lab is used inteachingthe following computer-related courses:

  • Introduction to ICT
  • Fundamentals of GIS
  • Fundamentals of Remote Sensing
  • Applied GIS

3. The soil laboratory is used in offering soil and land resource courses. The soil lab has modern laboratory instruments,namely;

  • atomic absorption spectrophotometer,
  • digital nitrogen analysis,
  • spectrophotometer and
  • flame photometer and others which are used insoil testing.