Training in GIS Implementation |

Geographic Information Systems and Implementation

About the course

Unistal offers training in GIS implementation under skill development program to enable you to customize the display of maps and analyze for presentation to particular audiences. The candidates will be taken through the world of GIS training implementation under the ample guidance of highly competent, experienced and much in demand industry experts.

During the training period, the candidates will get the hands-on experience on live projects while grooming their technical and functional skills. There will be more practical classes than theory classes to make you not just ready for the corporate world but capable enough to get placed in the reputed organizations. This training is available under 2 months duration. The candidates will get a certificate after successful completion of the training and they will also be awarded with a letter of work. The candidates will also be given 100% placement assistance as well.

Course DetailsDurationFeesSlotBooking
Geographic Information Systems and Implementation
2 months15,000 + 18% GSTYes

Benefits of GIS Implementation Course

  • Awarded with a certificate
  • Get a Letter of Work
  • Become industry ready
  • Learn from experts
  • Improved technical & functional skills & knowledge
  • Improved soft skills and behavioral skills

Highlights of GIS Implementation Course

  • Opportunity to be part of research work
  • Hands on experience on live- projects
  • Complimentary Soft skills training sessions
  • Get exposure of corporate world
  • More practical and less theory
  • Learn, understand, improve and apply technical & functional skills

Eligibility of GIS Implementation Course

  • B.Sc. (in Geography/ Geology/ Geophysics/ Physics) or (in Mechanical engineering/Civil engineering) or Draughting diploma.

Prerequisites of GIS Implementation Course

  • Comfortable with the basics knowledge of GIS & Implementation.

Curriculum of GIS Implementation Course

  • Introduction to GIS
  • Database theory
  • Overview of ArcGIS, ArcGIS interfaces
  • Spatial data models
  • ArcGIS data models (data input & georeferencing) (Theory)
  • ArcGIS data models (data input & georeferencing) (Practical)
  • Geodatabase (Theory)
  • Subtypes & domains, labels & annotation Geodatabase
  • Research Methodology
  • GIS case studies
  • Assignment I (Presentation on GIS applications)
  • Cartography (Theory)
  • Digital Cartography (Practical)
  • Vector analysis (Theory)
  • Vector analysis (Practical)
  • Raster Analysis (Theory & Practical)
  • Principles and Applications of Remote Sensing
  • Digital Image Processing & Classification
  • 3 D analysis (Theory & Practical)
  • Assignment II (PPT on Project identified)
  • Network Analysis (Theory)
  • Linear Referencing (Theory)
  • Network Analysis & Linear Referencing
  • Introduction to AutoCAD
    • Interface – Navigating a Drawing
  • Basic Drawing Tools
    • Lines
    • Circles
    • Rectangles
    • Polar Tracking
    • Erasing Objects
    • Creating a Simple Drawing
  • Drawing Precision
    • Object Snaps
    • Polar Tracking Options
    • Object Snap Tracking
    • Snap and Grid Settings
  • Making Changes
    • Move and Copy
    • Rotate and Scale
    • Mirror
    • Grip Editing
  • Drawing Organization
    • Templates
    • Units
    • Layers
    • Controlling Layer States
  • Advanced Object Types
    • Arcs
    • Polylines
    • Polygons
    • Ellipses
  • Getting Information
    • Object Properties
    • Measuring Objects
  • Advanced Editing
    • Trim and Extend
    • Stretching Objects
    • Fillets and Chamfers
    • Offset and Array
  • Blocks
    • Using Blocks
    • Defining a Block
    • Reusing Blocks
  • Setting Up a Layout
    • Printing Concepts
    • Working in Layouts
    • Copying Layouts
    • Creating Viewports
  • Printing
    • Printing Layouts
    • Printing from Model Space
  • Adding Text
    • Modifying Text
    • Adding Leaders
    • Creating Tables
  • Hatching
    • Creating Hatches
    • Modifying Hatches
  • Dimensions
    • Linear Dimensions
    • Radial and Angular Dimensions
    • Editing Dimensions