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September 17th, 2011
GBTU Approves M Tech to Teach Remote Sensing

The Gautam Buddh Technical University’s (GBTU) academic council on Friday gave green signal to introduce MTech in remote sensing from the next academic session. The course will be launched in collaboration with the state government’s Remote Sensing Institute. Now that the academic council has agreed to run the course, its syllabus, admission process and other details will be discussed by the board of studies. The classes will be held at the Remote Sensing Institute but students will get the degree from the technical university,” said V K Singh, pro vice-chancellor, GBTU, and academic council member too. Read More