Qualification: Ph.D in Geoinformatics
Experience: 6 Years (Teaching), 3 Years (Industrial)
Dr. Jayaprakash M C had completed his Ph.D in Geoinformatics from Mangalore University, Karnataka, He worked in many National level natural resources projects which was sponsored by Indian Space Research Organisation, Govt. of India: As a Scientist. Presently, he is working as a senior assistant professor in Dept. of Civil Engineering, MITE, Moodabidri since from 2013.
He is a life member of ‘The Indian Science Congress Association’, Kolkata from 2015
Engineering Geology, RS, GIS, Hydrology/Water resources
Project # 1: Land Use/Cover Mapping in National Resource Censes. (NRC)
Project # 2: Wasteland Mapping in National Resource Censes (NRC.)
Project # 3: GIS Data Model for Geomorphological and Lineament Mapping of Karnataka State.
Project # 4: Coastal Zone Studies (CZS) of Karnataka Coast. [KSRSAC]
Project # 5: National Wetland Inventory and Assessment of Karnataka State. [KSRSAC]
Project # 6: GIS Based Cadastral Level mapping of Aquaculture Ponds of Karnataka and Goa Coast. [KSRSAC]
Project # 7: Large scale Mapping (1:5000) of Hassan town from High Resolution Quick bird Satellite imagery.Project # 8: Cadastral level classification of Coffee Plantation of Sakleshpura Taluk, Hassan district using LISS IV image by Supervised Classification technique. [KSRSAC].
Project # 9: Tank Information System (TIS) of Karnataka State. [KSRSAC]
 Jayaprakash M. C, Proterozoic Deposition: Remote Sensing and GIS Approach: Studies of the Shallow Marine Proterozoic Deposition Using Remote Sensing and GIS Technique, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011. GERMANY, ISBN10: 3846591068, ISBN13: 9783846591062.
Web Based Forest Information System of Mangalore Division (Jayaprakash, M.C, Krishna Udnur, K. Channabasappa, Shivanna and S.M. Prakash): International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering (IJEE), National Institute of Technology, Surathkal (NITK), (2010)
PET Bottles for Eco-friendly Building in Sustainable Development (Jayaprakash M C, Deeksha I M and Soumya M R): International Journal of Current Trends in Engineering and Research (IJCTER) ISSN:2455-1392, Vol.2, Issue 5; May 2016
Three dimensional (3D) model of the Proterozoic Kaldgi Basin, Sourthern India – A GIS approach (Shivanna G, Jayaprakash M C, Channabasappa and Natashekara D): Journal of Applied Geochemistry, Vol.13, No.1 (2011) pp 42-47
Elemental Composition and Distribution of Precambrian Depositories: A case Study of Kaladgi Basin in Southern India. - This paper has been presented at X Convention of the Mineralogical Society of India and National Seminar on Crustal Evolution and Associated Mineralization. Dec. 3rd to 4th 2008. Dept. of Geology, Jnana Bharathi, Bangalore University, Karnataka, INDIA
Study of Urban & Rural bulk precipitation: International Conference (24th Annual International Conference of NESA-New Delhi) on Bioremediation and Environmental Management and Polar Science & Technology.- 28th & 29th December 2011. Organized by Presidency college Bangalore
Remote Sensing: A case study on the Proterozoic Kaladgi Basin, Southern India. – 3rd International Conference on Climate Change & sustainable Management of Natural Resources: 6th Feb, 2012, Gwalior, Madyapradesh.
Wetland Inland Inventory assessment study using Remote Sensing & GIS technique; Dakshina Kannada district, Karnataka State, Southern India.- NATIONAL SEMINAR on GEOSPATIAL SOLUTIONS for RESOURCE CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT (GEOS-2012). 18th & 19th , January 2012
Spurce Identification of urban and rural bulk precipitation chemistry in Bangalore district, Karnataka. - 3rd International Conference on Climate Change & sustainable Management of Natural Resources: 6th Feb, 2012, Gwalior, Madyapradesh
Bulk Precipitation and Deposition in India –Department of Forestry and Environmental Science, University of Sri Jayewardenpura, Nugegoda, Srilanka. 27th of September 2012
Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge to Groundwater in Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka-Geological & Hydrogeological in puts Typical Analysis (D.VENKAT REDDY* & JAYAPRAKASH M C), Presented paper at 103rd Indian Science Congress in Mysore, Jan 2016
Earth Sciences Rock Science and Rock Engineering Role in Planning and Development of Civil Engineering Projects with Special Reference to Smart Cities in India, (D.VENKAT REDDY* & JAYAPRAKASH M C), Key Note addressed in MITE, Moodabidri, during the National Conference, February, 2016