Welcome To Indian National Cartographic Association


INCA - Indian National Cartographic Association, is a non-profit making professional body of Cartographers, established in 1979 at Hyderabad  ( India ) with the following Aim

a) Fostering cartographic Research in India Promoting academic interaction within an inter-disciplinary frame

b) Co-operate with professional organizations of cognate disciplines

c) Foster co-operation amongst various organizations for advancement of cartography

d) Create "Map Awareness" amongst the public              

e) Secure for cartography its legitimate place in national life and to strengthen among cartographers a sense of responsibility and professional efficiency.


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XXXV INCA International Conference will take place from

15- 17th December 2015 in The Convention Centre,

Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

Click Below given link for XXXV INCA Conference Website 

t http://www.inca35newdelhi.org/

for detailed information.

tXXXV INCA First Circular Download below:

XXXV INCA First Circular

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ICA European Symposium on Cartography 2015, Vienna 10-12 Nov 2015.

Pl Click to download information: Eurocarto2015

INCA Vol 33 for Integrated Decentralized Planning: Geospatial Thinking, ICT

and Good Governance, 19-21 Sept 2013, Jodhpur , Rajasthan is available for

download.Pl click the Link: http://www.incaindia.org/CartographicVolumes.html

 

Photographs of the 148th INCA EC Meeting

at Kolkata

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Cartography Activity

"GIS Training at NK College, Malad, Mumbai"

Dr. Dipiti Mukherji , President Mumbai Chapter, was the Chief Guest

in the Valedictory Function. Moushmi Dutta arranged a 10 days GIS

Training at NK College, Malad, Mumbai. Pl click Image to Enlarge

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New INCA Broucher 2014

 

   

 

 

Our Association has been growing steadily in membership indicating
its immense popularity among cartographic fraternity.
 

 

Photographs of the XXIV INCA 2014, Hyderabad

 

 

INCA Branch Activities Photo Gallery

Bringing Map Awareness among Childern's