About Geography Department

Geography is the science of place, space, and environment. Each place on earth is distinguished by a unique mix of natural resources, cultural practices, and socioeconomic and political systems. Geographer’s study what makes each place unique, as well as the connections and interactions between places.
Department of Geography at Govt. College Drang at Narla offers exciting undergraduate degrees. Geography is an integrated and highly interdisciplinary field of study spanning the physical world and society. It is also a hands-on discipline, with a strong emphasis on computer-based tools and field studies.
Geographers can choose to study an enormous range of subjects in the geospatial sciences, essentially anything that has a spatial component. Geography explores the relationship between human and biophysical systems and deals with some of the most critical issues of our time such as environmental hazards, conservation, sustainability of resource management systems, international development, and community and urban planning. Understanding the concept of place, including how and why places differ from each other, is a central concern. Students who have social and economic interests can enter into careers in international development, urban and regional planning, geographic information systems, and environmental consultancy. Students who combine the study of socioeconomic factors and the biophysical world can work in resource management, conservation, environmental assessment, and watershed and coastal planning.

Geography Syllabus

Profile of Teaching Staff

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Dr. Pradeep Kumar, Associate Professor, M.A. M. Phil. Ph.D. Teaching Experience: 22 Years VIEW PROFILE
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