Geology is the Science of Earth. Geologists study the processes that operate in and on the earth.
Geology will help you use your knowledge of geologic processes operating in today’s environment as a basis for interpreting the history of the earth and apply that knowledge while confronting significant environmental problems like pollution & resource availability.
Geologists are scientific detectives who try to reveal the past and future of the earth. Geology attracts people who wish to study the dynamics of the earth we live on, its, resources, and the most economic and sustainable way to use these resources.
Fee Structure of Shri Guru Ram Rai University for the Session 2020-2021
Total Course Fee = INR 88,000/-
University Exam Fee
Uniform Fee Extra
Fee subject to revision from time to time.
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With a B.Sc. in Geology, you will have many interesting career options. You could work in an office, a laboratory, in some of the world’s most exotic place, and even a combination of all three.
Regardless of the setting, careers in geology can take many forms, and with many different types of organizations. For example, as a geology graduate, you may choose to pursue professional careers with oil &mining companies, government agencies, research institutes, consulting firms and universities.
In addition to you immediate career options, an undergraduate geology degree is of great use if you wish to pursue advanced study in related areas such as structural geology, economic geology, geochemistry, geophysics, mineralogy, stratigraphy and paleontology and many others. The knowledge & skills you can gain by studying geology at the university level serve as an excellent foundation for a variety of careers.
Geologist, Geomorphologist, Geoscience Technician, Geoscientist, Hydro geologist, Archaeologist, Climatologist, Environmental Education Assistant, Environmental Analyst, Environmental Scientist, Environmental Technician, Museum curator, Paleontologist, Remote sensing Technician, Seismologist, Soil Scientist, Water Quality Control Manager, University Professor & so many others.
Ans. Geology is the study of the Earth, the material of which it is made, the structure of those materials, and the processes acting upon them. It include the study of organisms that have inhabited our planet. An important part of geology is the study of how Earth’s materials, structures, processes and organisms have changed over time.
Ans. Geologists work as explorers for new mineral and hydrocarbon (oil) resources, consult on engineering and environmental problems, and conduct research for unraveling Earth’s history through clues left behind in rocks. Field work usually consists of making observations, exploring the earth’s interior by drilling or via geophysical tools, collecting samples and making a variety of measurements. In the office, geologists interpret and combine field and laboratory data and create reports and presentations that may include maps, photographs, and diagrams to illustrate the results of their research.
1. Ms, Shalini Kumari
M.Sc., P.HD Pursuing
2. Mr. Sanjay Singh Negi
M.Sc., GATE, CSIR-NET
West Patel Nagar, Patel Nagar, Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248001