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Surveying Stores Laboratory

1) To learn the basics of plane surveying and different types of instruments used for plane surveying.
2) To learn different methods of surveying.
3) To understand advancements in plane surveying such as electronic instruments and software’s.

Context: The aim of surveying is to prepare a map to show the relative positions of the objects on the surface of the earth. It shows the natural features such as towns, villages, roads, railways, rivers, etc. Maps also include details of different engineering works, such as roads, railways, irrigation canals, etc. Plans prepared using surveying instruments helps us to maintain a record property lines of private, public and government lands help in avoiding unnecessary controversies. Maps prepared for marking boundaries of countries, states, districts etc.

Equipment: This lab equipped with Dumpy Level, Auto Level,
20” Transit Theodolite, 1” Digital Theodolite, Total Station, Prismatic Compass, Surveyor Compass , Plane Table , Nautical Sextant, Aerial Photometer, Mirror stereoscope

Laboratory In charge: Prof. Mahesh Sarode