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September 1st, 2013
Report of the National Task Force on Geospatial Education Presented

The Union Minister for Human Resource Development Dr M M Pallam Raju was presented a report on “Geospatial Education” by Dr K Kasturirangan, Member Planning Commission who headed the National Task Force on ‘Evolving Geospatial Strategy’ in India. Realizing the significance of Geospatial Education, a National Task Force on ‘Evolving Education Strategy’ was constituted by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) under the Chairmanship of Dr K Kasturirangan. The Task force now has come up with its recommendations on overall issues with Geospatial Education in the country at School Level, University level, Training and outreach needs, need for high end research, and also the possibility of setting up of an institution for Geospatial education. Read More