Practical

Paper Code: 
GEO 203
Credits: 
2
Contact Hours: 
60.00
Max. Marks: 
100.00
Objective: 

Chain and Tape Survey : Introduction to the techniques of field survey in Geography. Importance of Chain and Tape Surveying, Characteristics. Stages of Surveying, Study of the instruments used in the survey.

 

Introduction to Surveying

  • Open Traverse
  • Closed Traverse

 

Merits and Demerits of Chain and Tape survey.

 

One dimensional diagrams (Concept and uses).

 

Construction of a Climograph and Hythergraph.

Essential Readings: 
  1. Singh.R.L, Elements of Practical Geography,Kalyani publishers ,New Delhi. 
  2. Sharma.J.P,Practical Geography,Rastogi Publishers,Merut.
References: 
  1. Monkhouse, F.J.: Maps and Diagrams, Methuen & Co,. London
  2. Singh,R.L. and Dutt, P.K.: Elements of practical Geography, Students Friends, Allahabad
  3. Mishra,R.P. and Ramesh,A.: Fundamental of Cartography, Macmillan, New Delhi. 1986
  4. Garnett,A: Geographical Interpretation of Topographical Maps. George Harrap & Co., London
  5. Birch, T.W.: Topographical & Statistics Maps, Clarndon Press, Oxford