401 – Geographic Information Systems



30 Days

   Start Date

16 August 2018



GIS is a system or science to create, analyze and make decisions about a geographical location. 

The input to GIS is photographs, and the output is typically a map, a drawing, a measurement, or a 3D model of some real-world object or scene.

NIBT is now providing an outstanding course highlighting GIS training, thus, helping to bridge the gap between the employers and job-seekers.

On completion of this course, there will certainly be multiple career openings for you in various technological & construction sectors.

Principal focus:

  • GIS Concepts, Techniques, and Applications
  • GIS Data Concepts
  • GIS Analysis Concepts & more
  • Practical Applications of GIS

Course Features

Discover and learn GIS and its applications. This GIS training will provide a sound working knowledge in GIS.

Most noteworthy, you will able to apply these systems in various conditions and organizational contexts.

Also, the GIS training will acquaint you with the design and development of essential technologies of the Geographic Information Systems.

By utilizing this knowledge, you will get ready to develop short and large-scale projects.

Further, you will understand what GIS is, and its various applications. While working with various components of GIS, you will learn to create GIS maps, explore the data behind the maps.

Also, you can discover the different application methods to interpret your charts.

Finally, at the end of GIS training course, you will gain a rock-solid knowledge of GIS tools.

Learning Objective

After completing the GIS training, you will be able to:

  • Make use of GIS in decision support systems, real-world applications and the fundamental concepts of GIS that are required to be efficiently and accurately used in GIS technology.
  • Interpret data representation and mapping methods and visualize geo-database.
  • Define & capture geographic data, projected coordinate system, and design the GIS data model such as vector, raster and attribute.
  • Describe & Define spatial data infrastructure and application of various data models.
  • Describe multiple sources for data and data acquisition terminologies in GIS, the topological relationship of spatial data and understand the source of error in data acquisition and fix errors using ArcGIS – ArcMap.
  • Make use of attribute query and spatial query in complex analysis contexts.
  • Define geospatial industrial workflows and determine open source and compatible GIS software vendors worldwide.
  • Evaluate clean up, topology, geo-referencing, data linking, symbology, geo-processing, overlay analysis and use technologies like ArcGIS and much more with lots of Practical Projects.
  • Identify GIS career opportunities in the current marketplace.

Virtual Class Modules

  • Fundamentals of GIS
  • Outline & identify basic GIS concepts
  • Define technicalities of GIS
  • List the basic concepts of geographic and projected coordinate system
  • Hands on experience on software ArcGIS – ArcCatalogue & ArcMap.
  • Define the basic component of map, and more!
  • Training on Esri ArcGIS – Arc Catalogue and ArcMap
  • Introduction to ArcGIS – ArcCatalogue
  • Introduction to ArcGIs – ArcMap
  • Exploring GIS Database
  • Building Geodatabase
  • Data Creation & Development
  • Geoprocessing (Spatial Queries)
  • Layout and Symbology – Designing Map
  • Practical Sessions
  • Project Revision and Test
  • Certification

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