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International Training in Capacity Development in Groundwater Management, ICE WaRM (AWP), Australia

( 30/03/2020 - 10/04/2020 )

AWP and ICE WaRM have drawn on Australian extensive expertise in the conjunctive management of water resources and groundwater technologies to develop this proposal. Key agencies which will be directly involved are the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training (NCGRT), Western Sydney University and the CSIRO. This proposal is seen as an initial way to get started with training / capacity building and foreshadow a larger programme in broader topics and more diverse target audiences. Outcomes of the proposed training programme are:  60 water professionals (3 training of 20 participants each) receive a broad and rigorous understanding of groundwater management here at India  Out of those 60, selected 15 high-achieving water professionals(5 each from 3 training) receive advanced knowledge and skills in groundwater management  Strong alumni links are established between Australian and Indian water professionals on which to build future collaboration

Training :

  • Duration: 12 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 23
  • Event Type: International
Venue - Australia

Application of WA+ Tool for Water Resources Management-Subarnarekha Basin

( 13/04/2020 - 17/04/2020 )

In recent years, Water Accounting Plus (WA+) has emerged as a key approach to understand water scarcity and identifying gaps and in-efficiencies in water resources management at the basin scale. Keeping this in view, NIH, Roorkee is organizing a 5 days training cum stakeholders’ workshop on Application of WA+ Tool for Water Resources Management-Subarnarekha Basin during April 13-17, 2020 at NIH, Roorkee under National Hydrology Project as part of the NHP training activities. The aim of this training cum stakeholders’ workshop is to make familiar the participants with WA+ technique and how best can we effectively utilize it to address the water management issues at basin scale. During this training, the participants will work on the following:  Downloading and process of various satellite data products using pre-developed tools  Application of WA+ Framework to understand the spatial and temporal variations in water consumptions and productivities For Further details, Please contact: Training Coordinator Dr A.K. Lohani Scientist G NIH, Roorkee Mobile: 9412928876 Email: Course Coordinators: 1. Dr. P. K. Singh, Scientist D; WRS Division, NIH Roorkee: Mobile: +91-9429426467; Email: 2. Dr. P. K. Mishra, Scientist C; WRS Division, NIH Roorkee: Mobile: +91-9027436875; Email:

Training :

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 4
  • Event Type: National
Venue - NIH, Roorkee

88th Annual Meeting and an International Symposium on ''Sustainable Development of Dams and River Basins

( 04/04/2020 - 10/04/2020 )

Registration Only for Non-DRIP States, Only 12 Participants The ICOLD event would provide an opportunity to the dam engineering community of the country in familiarizing themselves with the technological advancements in all dam engineering aspects across the World by networking with the countries and organizations involved in dam construction for mutual benefits. The valuable experience, ideas, technological advancement as received by interaction with reputed dam professionals as well as policy experts will help India in further steering the country with more confidence to deal with matters related to this sector. In addition, it will also provide an excellent opportunity for effectively implementing some of the World Bank funded projects like Nation

Workshop-Seminar-Conference :

  • Duration: 7 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 2
  • Event Type: International
Venue - Noida Expo Mart, (NCR-Delhi)