This course provides an introduction to the fundamental ideas and process of finding the relative position of various points on the surface of the earth by measuring distance among them and setting up a map to any reasonable scale by considering a planar Earth surface as a reference. It will help the student to understand the main concepts of plane surveying measurement techniques and instruments including plane table, prismatic compass, digital levels, theodolite, and GPS to establish horizontal and vertical control with the necessary adjustment.

Learning outcomes:

It is the goal of this course that, by the end, a student will:

  • Demonstrate an ability to solve plane surveying problems using appropriate mathematics.
  • Learn to use Level and determine differences in elevations and perform topographic surveys.
  • Execute the basic techniques and capabilities of surveying instruments including theodolite and GPS

Text Books:

  1. Singh, G. (2009). Map Work And Practical Geography. (4thed.). New Dehli: Vikas Publishing House Pvt Ltd.
  2. Bannister, A., S. Raymond, S., & Baker, R. (1998). Surveying. (7th ed.). Harlow: Longman

Course Start Date: March 03, 2020 

 Course End Date:  June 12, 2020 

Class Timing

Friday            9.00 AM- 10.00 AM     (GEOG-6213) -credit hour (01)

Monday        12:00 PM- 1:00 PM      (GEOG-6214)- credit hour (02)

Thursday       11.00 AM- 12.00 PM   


Course Material