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Land Surveyors are in great demand in various sectors including oil &gas, mining, infrastructure, construction, civil engineering etc. Land surveyor education is mostly associated with civil engineering discipline. Most of the surveyors have informal education, through work experience, restricting their growth option. This course meets the long felt need for skilled manpower in this field. There is also a huge demand of land surveyors in foreign countries.
Land surveyors have a wide range of job opportunities, opportunities for outdoor work, opportunities to apply mathematics and geography skills in the real world. The training of surveyors is mainly related to civil engineering disciplines. Most surveyors receive informal training through work experience, which limits their development opportunities. This course meets the needs of skilled workers in this field.
Land Surveying essentially deals with the art and science of determining the terrestrial or three dimensional positions of the points and distance and the angels. In the next ten years, the employment of Land Surveyors is expected to increase by 2%, which is lower than the average for all occupations. Surveyors will continue to be required to prove boundaries, engage in mining projects and review construction sites.
Main Objectives of Surveying:
The main objective of surveying is to collect field data so a map or plan can be prepared based on the calculations of the field parameters before an engineering operation is actually executed to begin a construction project. The design and planning of any construction of bridges, tunnels, highways, buildings, or other construction projects are determined by survey measurements.
Surveying is based on several principles, including:
Consistency– the principle involving consistency means being consistent in the instruments, readings, methods used, and the notations made from observations to gain a level of accuracy
Accuracy– in surveying, to be accurate you have to use the proper instruments and methods based on the level of accuracy required
Location of a point through measurement using two points of reference– this principle means the desired point to be surveyed has to be located by taking measurements from two or three points of reference
An independent check– This principle of independent checks is to prevent errors in your work. Each measurement taken in the field must be re-checked so there are no mistaken observations that get passed without notice
Working from whole to part– the survey has to be carried out from the whole to part as a system of control so it covers the entire area with a high degree of precision. This principle will prevent undue errors and localize and control minor errors
Course Fee: 30,000
Course Duration: Three Months
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