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Published by Office of the Superintendent of Government printing , India .
Written in English


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Mar 12,  · Reginald Phillimore's work covers the early 18th Century, East India Company, days of surveying in India, reaching up to the late 19th Century and includes the progress of the Great Trigonometrical Survey of India, the estimation of the height of Mt Everest, the development of surveying techniques and instruments as well as the difficulties presented by the terrain, climate and political. From there on, the Survey of India's responsibility to the army was through GSGS. Another milestone was the establishment of a new map factory at Hathibarkala, Dehra Dun, designed to accommodate 8 to 10 printing machines. Map production was increased more than 25 times and the Survey of India's strength rose from to A Survey & Comparison of 3 Decades of Scientific Production of Iranian Surgery Community in ISI Database The results show that the scientific productivity of Iranian surgeons has been Author: Rahim Alijani. The Great Trigonometrical Survey (GTS) was a part of the larger Survey of India. Whereas the Survey of India acquired geographical information mostly through “route surveys” (like the recordings of the pundits) the GTS created more scientific maps that were created through the use of instruments.