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What Is The Geographical Information System(GIS)
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INTRODUCTION LOCATION MAP A Geographical Information System is hardware and software tools used for the manipulation and management of digital spatial, geographical, and attri…

Types Of Adjustment In Levelling
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There are two types of adjustment in the leveling 1. Temporary adjustment 2. Permanent adjustment. 1. Temporary adjustment:- Temporary adjustment is performed with each setup of the instrument. In the temporary adjustment, Ther…

What Is The  Basic Principle Of Levelling
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Leveling is the art of determining the relative heights or elevation of points or objects on the earth's surface. It is the science of measurement in the vertical plane. There are two steps in leveling.  The first step is …

TOP 15  Applications of Gis
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Upendra Kumar                                                    What Are The GIS Applications GIS is a computer-based tool used for queries, store, and edit of spatial and non-spatial data, analyze spatial information, visual…

WHAT IS THE ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPPING
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Upendra Kumar   Ordinance survey is the national mapping agency of Great Britain. The history of the foundation date of the ordnance survey in June 1791. The start of survey work in 1783. One is the most chapter is added in ordn…

METHOD OF TACHEOMETRIC SURVEY
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Upendra Kumar                   THERE ARE TWO METHOD OF TACHEOMETRY SURVEY 1. Stadia Method. 2.Tangential Method. 1. Stadia Method- i. Fixed Hair Method:- This method of tacheometry is most commonly used. In this method, the sta…

WHAT IS TACHEOMETRIC SURVEY
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Upendra Kumar                                               WHAT IS THE TACHEOMETRY SURVEY A tachometry is a branch of angular measurement in which the horizontal and vertical distances of points are obtained by instrumental obse…

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