Indore’s Scientist Prof. Siddharth Soni to receive President's Appreciation Medal on Nov 15

Indore’s Scientist Prof. Siddharth Soni to receive President's Appreciation Medal on Nov 15

Mr Soni started his career in August 1977 as Research Associate in various Projects sponsored by ISRO and reached to the post of Professor in 1989

Renowned scientist Prof. Siddharth Soni from Indore is set to receive 'President's Appreciation Medal -2022' for his contribution towards society, on November 15, in Hyderabad. Celebrated Mr. Soni is a retired professor from Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science (SGSITS), Indore. He has also served as the coordinator for the nano-satellite project and was a former scientist at ISRO.

A journey that started from 1977

Prof. Siddharth Soni started his career in August, 1977 as a Research Associate in projects sponsored by ISRO and climbed to the post of a Professor in 1989. He has shown selfless dedication towards his projects, and assisted his colleagues in accomplishing their goals. Demonstrating leadership within a formal and non-traditional learning environment, Mr. Soni truly deserves every honor bestowed upon him.

Geospatial Technology: Journey from Data to Intelligence

Indian Society of Remote Sensing (ISRS) and Indian Society of Geomatics (ISG), two premier professional bodies join together every year to organize a national symposium on relevant themes. The Appreciation Medal will be conferred during the inaugural ceremony of Annual Convention & National Symposium on the theme “Geospatial Technology: Journey from Data to Intelligence”. Organised by the Hyderabad chapter of ISRS and in partnership with Geospatial Media from November 15 to 17, at HICC, Hyderabad, the ceremony will acknowledge this years emerging issues and challenges.

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