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February 2nd, 2016
Training Programme Inaugurated as Part of Indo-Thai Geo Spatial Cooperation Project

Seven trainees from Thailand started their 4-week long training at Indian Institute of Surveying and Mapping (IISM) of Survey of India here on Monday as part of Indo-Thai Geo Spatial Cooperation Project. The trainees are from Geo informatics & Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA), Thailand. The cooperation project seeks to share and demonstrate capabilities and expertise gained by the Survey of India in Urban Mapping by undertaking survey of a chosen town of area about 100 sq km, in Thailand and for imparting training in surveying and mapping techniques officials of GISTDA at the Indian Institute of Surveying and Mapping (IISM). Read More via Business Standard