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Joint Programme of Department of Science and Technology, Government of India and Government of Karnataka

Welcome to Karnataka Geoportal

Karnataka Geoportal is an Internet based Geo Spatial Data Directory for the state that allow the users of the system to share and explore the information related to political and administrative boundaries, state geography, demography, agro & socio economy, resources, infrastructure facilities with attributes.

Spatial datasets generated, maintained and provided by various concerned Departments of the State Government, academia, private or civil society organizations of Karnataka are proposed to be made accessible through the project data clearinghouse mechanism.

The Portal will essentially be used for the following objectives:

  • Bringing together geo spatial knowledge and information under a common platform, which till date has existed as a disparate system and unknown to quite a wider section of the society, institutions, scientific community and government departments.

  • Gateway for various data generating agencies to share the information across various government departments, NGOs, academies, industries and scientific organisation.

  • Provides spatial data dictionary and map directory for the state

  • Analysing the needs of various government programmes

  • Facilitate decision support system and helps in local level planning

  • Eventually can be used for the data sale and purchase, which can be part of the state revenue generation

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Presentation was made to foreign delegates on the topic titled on “Geo-Spatial Technologies for Planning and Management of Watersheds and Minor Irrigation Tanks and SDI “ under an International Training Programme on “Geo-Informatics Applications in Rural Development for Sharing Innovative and Best Practices” organised by National Institute of Rural Development, Hyderabad on 10/12/2015 and 13-01-2016 for two batches. The delegates are drawn from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Srilanka, Nepal, Myanmar, India, Philippines, Tunisia, Vietnam and few other African Countries. The delegates are all Middle level and Senior Government Officials, engaged in development administration, formulating policies and programmes of development, in their respective countries.

Organised National level Workshop On “Geospatial Technologies and Its Application” during 21 September, 2015 – 09 October, 2015 mainly for the Scientists, Research scholars, engineering and earth science students and also to provide a platform for professionals who wished to utilize geospatial technologies in their chosen area with the support Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.

Organised workshop on “Indo-Tunisian workshop on "Geospatial Science and Technology” during 19 January, 2015 -23 January, 2015. The workshop envisages to identify areas of mutual interest for specific collaborations between India and Tunisia in the domain of Geospatial Information Science and Technology.

A Training-Workshop on “Use of Unified Modeling Language (UML) for interoperability and National Data Registry” conducted during 16-18 July, 2014 for the representatives of national mapping agencies at KSCST, Bangalore. The training mainly dealt on data registry and spatial modeling including hands-on training on UML for the participants.

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The Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology, Bangalore with the support of Department of Science and Technology - GOI is organising a workshop on 'Geospatial Technologies' at KSCST Bangalore on 19-23 Jan 2015 under the Indo-Tunisia S&T Cooperation Agreement between India and Tunisia. International Bilateral Cooperation Division (IBCD), DST is sponsoring the event. Various topics of discussion for possible collaboration between both the countries have been worked out along with the resource persons. The basic objective of the workshop is to identify areas of collaboration between both the countries.

The Council is participating in exhibition of India Geospatial Forum 2015 to demonstrate SDI's expertise at this event, and also as a key note address in one of the sessions.