Center for Environmental and Geographic Information Services (CEGIS) is going to organize a three-day long training program on "Land Acquisition Planning and Resettlement Action Planning" for the government and non-government officials at its own premises. The main objective of this training is t...more


Basic level training on the concepts and application of Mathematical Modelling...more


Training on Delta and Coastal Morphology: Concepts and Applications...more


Training on the concepts of RS and its application...more


Training on Basic level training for applications of GIS and mapping...more


Training on Adaptive Delta Management and Planning...more


Training on Land Acquisition and Resettlement Management...more


Training on Climate Change and Disaster Management: Concepts and Applications...more


Training for Practitioners or Trainers on EIA and SIA...more


Training on Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and its application...more

Trainning provided by CEGIS

To acquaint with the updated tools, technologies and concept, CEGIS provides training courses on: Environmental Impact Assessment, Social Impact Assessment, River and Coastal Morphology, Integrated Water Resources Management, Climate Change and Disaster Management, Mathematical Modeling, Geographic Information System, Remote Sensing, Resettlement Action Plan, Land Acquisition Plan, Development of Web Portals and Web GIS, Development of Database and MIS, Crop Modeling, Hydrologic Model, SWAT and Hydrodynamic Model HEC-RAS.

Training for CEGIS professionals

CEGIS organizes regular national and international training for its professionals’ capacity building. Mentionable National trainings are: Leadership, Office Management and Skill Development, NAPD; Environment & Environmental Law, Bangladesh Environmental Lawyers Association; Integrated Field Water Management, BRRI, Gazipur; Specialists Course on Riverbank Protection Work, BUET; Geospatial Information Technology for DRR, SPARRSO; Water Security and Climate Change, BCAS; Multi-Hazard Risk and Vulnerability Assessment (MRVA), Modeling and Mapping, BIAM; Urban Rain Water Harvesting System, Water Aid Bangladesh. Mentionable abroad trainings are Water Economics, UNESCO-IHE (Institute for Water Education), Delft, the Netherlands; Touch Table application using Phonix software and open source GIS, the Netherlands; Climate Change, Disaster and Urban Water Management in Philippines and Malaysia; Natural Resources Management, India; Workshop on Environmental Flow Assessment for the Sundarbans Ecosystem, Thailand; Multi Level Flood Risk Mapping & Forest Cover Change and Carbon Fluxes, Nepal; Building Capacity to Implement IWRM, Thailand.


Tentative Training