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Successfully concluded 2 weeks joint programme on Remote Sensing and GIS by NESAC-ASSTC on 26th March'2021
Interested Government Servants may contact Deputy Commissioner for Joining the ASSTC CONCLAVE
Final Result of the Contractual Teacher at ASSTC (Modern Survey)
INTRODUCTION

The Assam Survey & Settlement Training Centre, previously known as Assam Survey School has a glorious past. At the time of British rule, there were 3 numbers of Survey Schools in Greater Assam (including North- Eastern states). On 14th June, 1912, in a conference held at the Secretariat in Shillong, it was decided that a Survey School of higher status than the existing 3 schools of the Province should be established to meet all the requirements of survey and settlement training. The existing 3 schools were abolished next year and the new school was established at Jalukbari in Guwahati. The new Survey School at Jalukbari had extensive grounds & accommodations and suitable fields for carrying out cadastral survey training. It was established in 1913 and placed under the direct control of the Director of Surveys. The school was continued at that site till 1962. But in the year 1962, the school was closed for a few months because of Chinese aggression and the school buildings were requisitioned by the Military Authorities. Thereafter, the school was shifted from Jalukbari to a hired building at Santipur. The school was remained in the hired building for next 26 years. In the mean time, the Government was looking forward to early construction of its permanent buildings again in a suitable place. At last the Government chose a place at Dakhingaon, Guwahati and the construction was taken up in its new site from 1980. The School was shifted to its permanent campus on 2nd September,1988. At the same time, the Government renamed the School as Assam Survey & Settlement Training Centre. The Training Centre started functioning from its own campus at Rajahnagar, Dakhingaon, Guwahati from March, 1989. Presently, it has turned up to be a premier Survey training institute catering to the needs of the aspirant revenue officials of the state as well as IAS/IPS/ACS/APS/AL&RS officers, Supervisor Kanungos and Recorders (Mandal) of Assam and neighbouring states. It is a premier centre of the State for imparting training on Survey & Settlement and also on other core revenue matter including modern initiatives of the Government. The Principal of the training centre is responsible for overall management of the centre under the supervision and control of the Director of Land Records & Surveys, Assam and also the Revenue & Disaster Management Department, Government of Assam. To bring in the required changes in the land management system, the Assam Survey & Settlement Training Centre has started the training on Modern Survey 2 2019 A N N U A L R E P O R T techniques along with the existing Conventional Survey from April, 2014. The faculties for that purpose were drawn from Gauhati University, Department of Geography, National Institute of Rural Development & Panchayati Raj (NIRD&PR) and research scholars having extensive knowledge in the field of Geographical Information System (GIS), Global Positioning System (GPS) & Electronic Total Station (ETS) application in Land Survey. In the year 2017, 4 (four) numbers of specialized teachers have been appointed on contractual basis for both Conventional and Modern Survey. At present, the Training Centre has the facility of well equipped Conference Hall with sitting capacity of 50 persons, 4 digital classrooms with sitting capacity of 80 persons each and 2-computer laboratories for arranging seminars, conference, trainings, workshops, hands on training etc. The training centre is equipped with modern electronic items such as Multi Function Device (MFD), Digital facilities in the Classrooms, Plotter, Scanner, Duplicator etc. Recently, the training centre is provided with 7 numbers of ETS, 1 pair of DGPS, 5 numbers of GPS by the Government for conducting Modern Survey training. A Cell with computer work stations with installation of upgraded versions of various training software has been made functional in this training centre under the National Land Records Modernization Programme (NLRMP) in 2016. As the training centre conducts various residential courses for the officials of the Revenue & Disaster Management Department, there are provisions for accommodation facility to the trainees. At present, the training centre has 2 hostels for the officers with total inmate capacity of 42 and 2 hostels for Land Records staff and other trainees with total inmate capacity of 160. Construction work for a new Officers Hostel with inmate capacity of 50 is under progress. LOCATION This century old Training Centre is located at the hilly areas of the South-West corner of Guwahati City at 2600738 Latitude and 9104440 Longitude. The area is popularly known as Rajahnagar by the side of the Lokhra-Paltanbazar Road, hardly 2 Km North from the point of Lokhra on NH 37. It is located at a distance of 12 Km from the Dispur Capital campus, 12 Km from the Guwahati Railway Station and 30 Km from the Lokopriyo Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport. It is only 5 Km from the Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT), Guwahati.
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Who's Who?

WHO'S WHO?

Name Designation Qualification - Contact Details
Sri Pankaj Chakravarty, ACS Principal (ACS) - -

FACULTY MEMBERS

Name Designation Qualification Specialization Contact Details
Sri Bhuban Ch. Saikia Asstt. Headmaster B.Sc CONVENTIONAL SURVEY Phone: 6002504372
Sri Tapan Kr. Kundu Asstt. Teacher B.A CONVENTIONAL SURVEY Phone: 8638626017
Sri Sishu Ram Nath Asstt. Teacher B.A - Phone: 8011277003
Miss Kasturi Bora Asstt. Teacher M-Tech(Civil Engineering) Disaster Management, GIS, GPS, Conventional Survey, ETS. Phone: 7002859272 Email: kasturi.biren.borah@gmail.com
Sri Bishwajit Rabha Asstt. Teacher B.A (Geography) GIS, GPS,DGPS, ETS, AutoCad. Phone: 9435111879, 9864035722 Email: br.bishwa@gmail.com

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

Name Designation Contact Details
Sri Giren Ch. Bhuyan Sr. Assistant Phone : 7002778065 e-mail: girenb@rediffmail.com -
Smti Moushumi Hazarika Jr. Assistant Phone: 9577233918
Sri Rupak Duarah Jr. Assistant Phone : 9101504505 Email : rintu.duarah@gmail.com
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TYPES OF TRAINING COURSES

TYPES OF TRAINING

Sl. No. Name of Course Status Duration
1 Recorders Certificate Class Course LM 6 months
2 Special Class Course SK 4 months
3 Officers Class Course AL&RS 4 months
4 Officers Class Course ACS 3 months
5 Officers Class Course IAS 1 month
6 Officers Class Course IPS/APS 15 days
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ASSTC CAMPUS

This century old Training Centre is located at the hilly areas of the South-West corner of Guwahati City at 2607'38"N Latitude and 9144'40"E Longitude. The area is popularly known as Rajahnagar by the side of the Lokhra-Paltanbazar Road, hardly 2 Km North from the point of Lokhra on NH 37. It is located at a distance of 12 Km from the Dispur Capital campus, 12 Km from the Guwahati Railway Station and 30 Km from the Lokopriyo Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport. It is only 5 Km from the Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT), Guwahati. A. Existing Infrastructure : ? Four Spacious Class Rooms with sitting capacity of 50 / 80 / 80 / 80 respectively. ? One Air Conditioned conference room of 800 Sq. ft. with seating arrangement of 50 persons with PA system for holding seminar or workshop. ? Two spacious Air Conditioned Computer Laboratories having 20 and 15 nos. of computers with internet connectivity, PA system facilities, MFD, Projector, Scanner etc. ? Separate furnished hostels for Officers/Recorders/ Supervisor Kanangos. ? Two hostels for Recorders / Supervisor Kanangos each having 22 rooms with 3 bedded accommodation. ? Two Officers Hostels each having 16 Rooms & 5 Rooms respectively with double bedded accommodation. All rooms have attached toilet. ? Teaching and Training equipments for Survey & Settlement Training (Conventional and Modern Survey). ? Library with books on Survey & Settlement training, history, literature, State Government Rules and Manuals on Land Revenue matters. B. Ongoing Infrastructural Constructions : ? One Officers Hostel Building with 50 inmate capacity. C. Proposed Infrastructural Constructions : ? Centre of Excellence (CoE) with State of the Art facilities. ? Convention Centre / Auditorium. ? Rain Water Harvesting Units in the hostels and office building.
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STATUS OF THE INSTITUTION

In the year 2014-15, it is a matter of proud privilege for Assam Survey& Settlement Training Centre, included modern techniques of survey such as ETS, handheld GPS, DGPS & GIS for cadastral map surveying and for database maintaining programme like Dharitree, Bhunaksha,NOC,E safaretc. under National Land Records Modernization Programme (NLRMP). Technological developments in the field of Computer science,information technology and satellite technology have created new hopes for modern surveying.The coming ofGlobal Positioning System (GPS),Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) and Electronic Total station (ETS) has made the acquisition of data much simpler and faster.The use of latest mapping technology like Geographic Information System (GIS) and Remote Sensing is growing in the country. The technology integrated with GIS, has become an effective tool for developing and implementing rehabilitation plan for the region. So, Assam Survey & Settlement Training Centre includes Modern Survey Courses from the year 2014-15. Land is an area of ground, especially one that is used for a particular purpose such as farming or building.Land and its boundary is a very important part of a nation. With the fast pace of change and modern day development, value of land has increased tremendously which needs for accurate survey and settlement. Land surveying is the technique, profession, and science of accurately determining the terrestrial or three-dimensional position of points and the distances and angles between them. These points are usually on the surface of the Earth, and they are often used to establish land maps and boundaries for ownership or governmental purposes. The benefits of an efficient land registration system are recognized in most developing countries. In the past a lot of attention was given to accurate cadastral field surveys but today more cost-effective and flexible modern methodologies are utilized, including the use of ortho-photo interpretation with combination of different modern survey technologies like GPS,DGPS and ETS depending on quality requirements and characteristics of the land.
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