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Aryabhatta Knowledge University (AKU): Amin and remote sensing will be studied latest news update 2024

Academic Advisory Committee meeting held at Geographical Studies Center

Latest Updated 03/04/2024: The first Academic Advisory Committee meeting of the Center for Geographical Studies (CGS) of Aryabhatta Knowledge University (AKU) was held on Tuesday. 18 agendas were discussed in the meeting, in which it was decided to appoint a total of eight researchers working in the Center for Geographical Studies as research supervisors.

Also, it was decided to start Geographical Information System (GIS) and Remote Sensing courses from the new session (2024-25). Approval was given to start the certificate course for employment oriented Amin course. Besides, the eligibility criteria for the sanctioned posts of Assistant Professor and Cartographer were also agreed upon. It was agreed to make the syllabus of MA, MSc in Geography according to the common syllabus approved by the Governor's Secretariat. The committee advised to establish a GIS lab in the center soon. The main objective of the formation of the committee is to make various activities including researchers, curriculum and teaching-training of the Geographical Studies Center development-oriented.

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Brainstormed: Academic and research initiatives and prospects, possible collaborations and partnerships, future academic directions and priorities, updating of curriculum were brainstormed in the meeting. In the meeting, former Vice Chancellor of PU, Prof. Ras Bihari Prasad Singh, former Vice Chancellor of MU, Prof. KN Paswan, Head of PU Geography Department, Prof. Mo. Nazim, Professor of Geography Department of TMBU Bhagalpur, Prof. Sanjay Kumar Jha, former director of DDE PU, Prof. Ravi Kiran Sharma, retired professor of BN Mandal University Madhepura. Shiv Muni Yadav, Professor of Geography Department of Maharaja College. Sanjay Kumar joined.

  • Decision taken to start course on GIS
  • Approval of appointment of eight researchers as research supervisors

Curriculum should be according to time: Vice Chancellor

The Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Organized under the chairmanship of Sharad Kumar Yadav. Registrar of the University, Dr. Shankar Kumar said that the curriculum should be according to the time. Said that the university is striving to meet the human resource and technical needs of CGS. Dr. Manish Parashar, Assistant Professor of CGS, gave an overview of the mission, vision and objectives of the center through a presentation and presented the current academic programs, courses and curriculum.