The course has been designed to demonstrate the concepts for spatial decision making in the area of an economic context. The course covers advanced topics of spatial science and its role in economic policy, with a focus on Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA), and on applications with a strong spatial dimension. Students will develop their understanding through series of case studies that cater for urban planning and Environment Management Interest. Students will be engaged in learning involving a range of activities
Some examples of research under the spatial economic focus area are:
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|Basics of Remote Sensing and GIS||:||7|
|Applications of Remote Sensing and GIS||:||7|
|Spatial Analysis and Economics||:||6|
|Spatial Urban Model and economics||:||6|
|GIS and Insurance||:||6|
|Location Analysis (LA) and Business Intelligence (BI)||:||6|
Objective : The course demonstrates the economics determinants, which influence spatial decisions of household, business and firms. The course will cover the new models of landuse pattern, spatial concepts, concept of Environment Economics, Economic Geography and its kindred which highly influence the modern economics.
Hands on : ArcGIS Tools 12 2.1 3D Analysis Tools Analysis Tools Conversion Tools Data Management Tools 5 Multidimensional Tools Spatial Analyst Tools. Geocoding Tools.Hawth's Tools Additional Scripting Utilities.
Learning Outcome : To understand and familiar with spatial theories, Spatial Analysis, tools related with economical processes in the space and will be informed about possibilities and methods of the business localization in the space.
Graduation in any stream (Student of final year of graduation are also eligible) Having basic knowledge of Economics and computer
Duration : 2 Month
Timing : 6 to 8:30PM (Monday to Friday)
Written Exam (end of the course):50 Marks
Project/case study(During Mid-course):50 Marks
Fee : Twelve Thousand (16000) Only, Ist and IInd installment (10000 +6000)
Seats : 20 Seats
Registration fee : Rs200