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Important Information

As per Govt. order and preventive measures against Coronavirus, all classes are suspended from 17th - 31st March 2020. But learning will not be interrupted as each mentor will continue to reach out to their mentees. Students are encouraged to approach their mentor through WhatsApp/phone in case of any difficulty in their studies.

Any teacher willing to utilize our college website to provide e-learning materials including Online Class may contact webmaster through WhatsApp (9856711477) or email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). The webmaster will made necessary arrangement for them.

Overview of the department

Geology is the study of the earth and its natural resources. The field of geology involves the study of earth materials and processes. Geologists study all the concepts of earthquakes, landslides, floods, droughts, volcanic activity, ocean water currents (el Niño), types of soil, fuel oils, minerals (gold, silver, uranium), and so on. Many business enterprises rely on the information generated by geology and geologists for their activity. Gold, diamonds, silver, oil, iron, aluminum, and coal are all natural resources obtained from the Earth. These materials serve as the basis for many business enterprises. Thus, the study of geology plays an important role in modern life and civilization.

The Department of Geology was established in July 2013 as the government of Mizoram realized the importance of the subject in the fields of oil and natural gas exploration, construction of dams and reservoir, disaster management and exploration of mineral resources and ground water of the country.

 

For Students

Detail Syllabus, Study Materials and other useful materials can be found at our Discussion Forum here.

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