About Civil Surveyor

The Certificate Program for Civil Surveyor comes as a blessing to engineering students as most of them lack the practical skills required at surveying sites for quick and efficient execution of work. To name some of them the skill to use auto level, a total station for tasks like building layout and construction, contour project, road word, etc. are lacking. The lack of exposure to total stations for major surveying projects leads to poor performance though academically being well qualified. Not only that but for diploma/degree or any uneducated surveying personal proper knowledge of bearings, traversing is lacking leading to imperfection and loss of Surveyor’s reputation. To overcome such problems the basic course is designed to remove existing lacunas and provide enrichment in terms of the latest technical know-how and practical skills to all aspirants for Surveying Career.

  • Duration:

    4 months including practical / project work

  • Fees:

    Rs.10,000 for Indian Students and $180 for International Students

  • Eligibility:

    Preferred (ITI / Diploma) / Selected 12th Pass students/ Graduate / Post Graduate of Civil discipline, Government officials, Aspirants from Foreign Countries with Bachelors Degree or equivalent, Marketing / Promotion Executives, Entrepreneurs (SMEs, MSMEs), Consultants, Academicians, Any other Professional can enroll in this course.

What You Will Learn?

  • Overall understanding of fundamentals of linear and angular measurements
  • Understanding and use of various effective tools available for level transfer at site
  • Familiarize participants to documentation requirements
  • Usage of total stations for surveying projects

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Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion, students will have the skills and knowledge to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding regarding the importance of techniques and psychomotor skills required at the site for linear and angular measurements.

  • Exposure to the auto level and psychomotor skills development for measurement and transfer of levels quickly.

  • Design and use effectively the formats required at various stages of survey work either for approval or record keeping.