National Atlas & Thematic Mapping Organisation
Government of India, (Deptt. of Science & Technology)

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National Atlas and Thematic Mapping Organization(NATMO) functioning as a subordinate department under the Department of Science & Technology, Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India, with its headquarter at Kolkata.

Since its inception, it is the sole national agency bearing the responsibility of depicting national framework data in the form of thematic maps and atlases to cater the various needs of different sectors.

NATMO being a specialized institution of its kind also engaged cartographic and geographical researches at national level.

NATMO has conceived and published more than eight hundred themes under the broad category of physical, social, economic, environmental disciplines. It has the largest repository of spatial and non-spatial data processed with greater accuracy for delivering good quality products. To ensure precision and value addition, NATMO keeps pace with the most modern technologies viz. GIS , GPS and Remote sensing.

Main Functions of this organization are :

  • Compilation of the National Atlas of India in Hindi, English and other regional languages .
  • Preparation of thematic maps based on socio-economic, physical, cultural, environmental,   demographic and other issues.
  • Preparation of maps/atlases for visually impaired.
  • Digital mapping and training using Remote sensing, GPS and GIS technology.
  • Training
  • Research & Development

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