Miscellaneous

Research Ethnics, Social and Scientific Inquiry, Conceptualization, Research Design, Writing and Presentation Research Findings are described as course outlines. And each sector are presented in Powerpoint virtually respectively. Furthermore, this course highlighted the fundamental and vital concepts, with references as well as journals and Magazines which is crucial for the real life of all postgraduate students.

Good Afternoon sir,

                   I,G.saikiran(119375) hereby request you to offer permission and enrollment key for joining into the courses that are instructed by you ,at present namely ,

               1)(AT76.01)Geographical Information System 

              2)(AT76.16)Advanced Application development in GIS.

                                     Awaiting your reply sir.


                                                                                                            Yours obediently,

                                                                                                              G.saikiran

ED82.12: 

Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in Fisheries and Aquaculture


Disaster management as an identifiable profession is relatively new. The tasks of a disaster manager, however, have been around for a long time. There has been a growing awareness in recent years that all the activities in various phases of disasters comprise the process of disaster management. By understanding this as an identifiable role, we can describe a coherent and cohesive direction for people who are involved in the field of disasters. The objective of this course is to provide students with a sound knowledge on major and emerging issues with viewpoints confronting recent trend on disaster risk management. The course is also designed to provide the knowledge and understanding of the underpinning concepts on Disaster Risk and also processes involved in management of disasters.

This is to assist advisees to help them have a smooth thesis

This platform has been set up to create a comprehensive link with all (my) masters students conducting their thesis during 2014 - 2015. This includes guidelines on proposal preparation, hints to prepare power points, submission of weekly reports, progress documents, thesis chapters, useful literature, meeting dates/times, etc. In short, all information that will help masters thesis students do their work efficiently, to graduate in time.