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Remote sensing: India among the best, says scientist

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National Remote Sensing Centre senior scientist A. Venugopal speaking at the national symposium, Samvid-2013 in Guntur on Thursday. Chalapathi Educational Institutions president Y.V Anjaneyulu is seen. —Photo: T. Vijaya Kumar
National Remote Sensing Centre senior scientist A. Venugopal speaking at the national symposium, Samvid-2013 in Guntur on Thursday. Chalapathi Educational Institutions president Y.V Anjaneyulu is seen. —Photo: T. Vijaya Kumar

Indian Remote Sensing Programme is on par with the best in the world, senior scientist of National Remote Sensing Centre, ISRO, Hyderabad, A. Venugopal said here on Thursday.

The remote sensing programme has been a tribute to innovativeness and technical competence of Indian scientists, Mr. Venugopal said at the national symposium, Samvid- 2013 held at Chalapathi Institute of Technology, Lam.

Power point presentation

Mr. Venugopal explained through a power point presentation about the Indian satellite programmes, information analysis, and dissemination and their utility to the IMD. He also asked the students to take up research in a big way and contribute to the Indian economy.

Chalapathi Educational Group president Y.V Anjaneyulu said the college has been trying to infuse a spirit of innovativeness and research into the minds of the students.

College director Kodali Srinivas, Principal P. Suresh Babu and programme convener and HoD, ECE, M. Satyasairam were present.

More than 150 students took part in the symposium in which competitions were held in technical quiz, paper presentation, poster presentation, robotic events.


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