Civil Surveyor Course in Sargodha Sialkot Faisalabad

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Civil Surveyor Course in Sargodha Sialkot Faisalabad,Civil Surveyor Course in Rawalpindi Pakistan,civil surveyor advance training course in rawalpindi pakistan,international college of technical education in rawalpindi,practical field work training course in rawalpindi islamabad pakistan,admission open for boys and girls certification acceptable in world wide and government job Office # 27,  Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza (Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,Rawalpindi, Pakistan 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949,This is an introductory course to plane surveying as related to the construction industry. Emphasis is placed on obtaining field skills in linear measurement and the operation of levels, transits, theodolites and total stations. Elevations, horizontal, vertical, and spiral curves are explored.The objective of the course is to provide basics of digital surveying and mapping of earth surface using total station, GPS and mapping software. The course starts with introduction to land surveying followed by fundamentals of total station and its working & measurements for land surveying. Then, fundamentals, working & measurements using GPS for land surveying will be discussed. Followed by mapping fundamentals, digital surveying procedure, working, data reduction etc. Finally, the course will deals with working and demonstration of a digital land surveying and mapping of an area.This course will uncover all the major topics in pericyclic reactions and organic photochemistry. In addition to lectures there will be tutorial sessions and assignments in this course.Diploma/Degree students in Civil Engineering/Geo-spatial technology, Master/Doctoral students in Geomatics/Geo- spatial technology, Field surveyors, Professional persons dealing with Land surveying, It is an application based Course., It is a core course for Civil Engineering, Geo-spatial Technology, Geography etc and an elective course for all domains in which Land surveying may be applied.Surveying or land surveying is the technique, profession, art and science of determining the terrestrial or three-dimensional positions of points and the distances and angles between them. A land surveying professional is called a land surveyor. These points are usually on the surface of the Earth, and they are often used to establish maps and boundaries for ownership, locations, such as building corners or the surface location of subsurface features, or other purposes required by government or civil law, such as property sales.Surveyors work with elements of geometry, trigonometry, regression analysis, physics, engineering, metrology, programming languages, and the law. They use equipment, such as total stations, robotic total stations, theodolites, GNSS receivers, retroreflectors, 3D scanners, radios, clinometer, handheld tablets, digital levels, subsurface locators, drones, GIS, and surveying software.The main surveying instruments in use around the world are the theodolite, measuring tape, total station, 3D scanners, GPS/GNSS, level and rod. Most instruments screw onto a tripod when in use. Tape measures are often used for measurement of smaller distances. 3D scanners and various forms of aerial imagery are also used.The theodolite is an instrument for the measurement of angles. It uses two separate circles, protractors or alidades to measure angles in the horizontal and the vertical plane. A telescope mounted on trunnions is aligned vertically with the target object. The whole upper section rotates for horizontal alignment. The vertical circle measures the angle that the telescope makes against the vertical, known as the zenith angle. The horizontal circle uses an upper and lower plate. When beginning the survey, the surveyor points the instrument in a known direction (bearing), and clamps the lower plate in place.Surveying is a global profession facing a major skills shortage with excellent opportunities in industries that underpin land markets, urban and rural development, and engineering construction. The four-year BE (Surveying) program is required for registration as a surveyor. Later you may design and manage major new land developments, ensure complex infrastructure is built to specifications, optimise mining operations and more.A civil construction and surveying course can lead to a number of job opportunities, from proposing structure designs to overseeing crucial civil projects across the country.

Qualifications in civil construction and surveying can lead to a job as a civil engineering professional, spatial information technician, cartographer, land surveyor or civil construction designer. 

How GPS Works

• The GPS Signal

• The Code and Carrier Wave

• The Integer Ambiguity

• Error Sources in GPS

• The GPS Segments

• Classifications and explanations of positioning solutions

• GPS Receivers and Methods

• RTK Setup and Procedures

• Post-processing/Static/Fast Static Setup and Methods

• RTK and Static Surveying Combined

• GPS Surveying Technique

• Designing & Planning a GPS Network

• Preparing for a GPS Field Survey

• Field Exercise Utilizing RTK Equipment

• Coordinate Systems and GPS Site Calibrations

• Attaching a Cartesian coordinate system to our GPS measurements and perform a GPS Site


• OPUS and other post-processing methods