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    The students from SR University recently went on an industrial visit to the National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), which is a part of ISRO. The Vice-Chancellor of SRU, Prof. Deepak Garg, said that it was a productive and educational experience for the students to learn about remote sensing and satellite technology.

    During the visit, the students had an introductory session with Dr. Jaya Saxena, who is the Head of SPID, TEOG, NRSC. She gave them an overview of NRSC’s important role in advancing Earth observation technology and its contributions to agriculture, disaster management, and environmental monitoring.

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    The highlight of the visit was a tour of the facility, where the students got to see satellite ground stations, data processing centers, and satellite integration areas. This hands-on experience helped them understand the processes involved in acquiring, processing, and analyzing satellite data.

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    The students also had interactive sessions with experts who shared their knowledge and experiences in developing and operating remote sensing satellites. This direct interaction gave the students a better understanding of how remote sensing technology is applied in real-life situations.

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    Dr. Prakash Chauhan, the Director of NRSC, expressed his delight in hosting the students from SR University. He hopes that the visit has inspired them to pursue careers in space technology and remote sensing.

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