Geo-tagging of plants planted in schools

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Geo-tagging of plants planted in schools
Pubic. Geotagging plants planted in elementary and high schools operated by the district’s Basic Education Department. The teachers uploaded the photo of the plantation site to the quick capture app and sent it.
As part of the Van Utsav program, which ran in the district from July 1-7, 11,628 seedlings are reported to have been planted in elementary and elementary schools operated by the Basic Education Department. Geotagging of the crops planted on government orders was carried out. Its purpose was stated that one would be to review the plants planted and second, the location of the plants where the plants were planted would be available. The Department of Basic Education has set the date for geotagging plants for Monday. For this, on behalf of the department, all teachers and teachers at the school were downloaded to the school’s Quick Capture App. Then the teachers took a photo of the plants planted so that as many plants as possible could be planted. The photos were then uploaded to the app. Upma Sharma, the principal of the Upper Primary School Lilaun, said 40 seedlings were planted in her school. Under Geo-Tagging of Plants, photos were uploaded and sent to the app.
physical verification through geo-tagging
Pubic. Geo-tagging is mandatory for most construction work in most departments. Aside from toilets, roads, hand pumps in the Panchayat Raj Department, the Prime Minister’s homes in Gram Panchayats and urban areas are also geo-tagged. Photos are taken on site by switching on the GPS and uploaded to the portal. The location comes with the photo. CDO Shambhunath Tiwari said this was some kind of physical check. From this it is known whether there are plants or not. Likewise, the Prime Minister’s house is geo-tagged in three phases.

Geo-tagging of plants planted in schools

Pubic. Geotagging plants planted in elementary and high schools operated by the district’s Basic Education Department. The teachers uploaded the photo of the plantation site to the quick capture app and sent it.

As part of the Van Utsav program, which ran in the district from July 1-7, 11,628 seedlings are reported to have been planted in elementary and elementary schools operated by the Basic Education Department. Geotagging of the crops planted on government orders was carried out. Its purpose was stated that one would be to review the plants planted and second, the location of the plants where the plants were planted would be available. The Department of Basic Education has set the date for geotagging plants for Monday. For this, on behalf of the department, all teachers and teachers at the school were downloaded to the school’s Quick Capture App. Then the teachers took a photo of the plants planted so that as many plants as possible could be planted. The photos were then uploaded to the app. Upma Sharma, the principal of the Upper Primary School Lilaun, said 40 seedlings were planted in her school. Under Geo-Tagging of Plants, photos were uploaded and sent to the app.

physical verification through geo-tagging

Pubic. Geo-tagging is mandatory for most construction work in most departments. Aside from toilets, roads, hand pumps in the Panchayat Raj Department, the Prime Minister’s homes in Gram Panchayats and urban areas are also geo-tagged. Photos are taken on site by switching on the GPS and uploaded to the portal. The location comes with the photo. CDO Shambhunath Tiwari said this was some kind of physical check. From this it is known whether there are plants or not. Likewise, the Prime Minister’s house is geo-tagged in three phases.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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