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Python Programming and its application in water sector

( 13/12/2021 - 24/12/2021 )

Python is an open-source general purpose programming language that has a strong presence in the GIS industry. It is the primary scripting language for both licensed and opensource GIS software. Due to its simplicity, coherence and easy to learn syntax, Python is better suited for even beginners who are not proficient in programming. At the same time, Python is portable, versatile and comes with extensive support of libraries, both standard and third-party libraries tailored to specific needs such as ‘Data Analysis’ and ‘Geospatial Data Processing’ which have great potential to address a variety of issues related to water resources sector. The aim of this training program is to introduce the trainees to Python Programming and its applications in handling water related data. This training program is designed as a foundational course for water professionals who have some basic understanding of Programming, GIS & Remote Sensing technologies. The program will be held in distance learning mode for 10 working days over a two-week period with flexi time approach. e-Certificate will be provided to successful trainees upon completion of assessment test after the end of training period.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 12 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 197
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar/Online

Project Hydrology

( 17/01/2022 - 21/01/2022 )

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 38
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar

Artificial recharge techniques of groundwater (Training under National Hydrology Project)

( 24/01/2022 - 28/01/2022 )

artificial recharge is a process by which excess surface water is directed into the ground—either by spreading on the surface, by using recharge wells, or by altering natural conditions to increase infiltration—to replenish an aquifer. artificial recharge is a process by which excess surface water is directed into the ground—either by spreading on the surface, by using recharge wells, or by altering natural conditions to increase infiltration—to replenish an aquifer.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 62
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar

Management Development Program

( 13/12/2021 - 17/12/2021 )

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 11
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar/Online

International Distance Learning Program in Advanced Topics in Hydraulics, Hydrological Sciences and Hydrometeorology for RA-II

( 17/01/2022 - 04/03/2022 )

"While Planet Earth is endowed with abundant water, the needs for water at specific times and places often exceed the available supplies. Efforts to utilize this precious resource often result in adverse social and environmental impacts, causing disruption of water supplies to downstream users, and the loss of aquatic habitats. In addition to conflicts over water availability, the quality of water is often compromised. The branch of Geophysics, which deals with the occurrence and movement of water in terms of quantity and quality on and below the surface of the earth except the oceans, in vapour, liquid or solid state, is termed as Hydrology. Hydrology plays an important role in • Effective management of surface water & ground water resources for domestic, agricultural, commercial, industrial, recreational and ecological uses. • Protecting and enhancing water resources for human health, aquatic health and environmental quality. • Minimizing loss of life and property as a result of water-related natural hazards, such as floods, droughts and land slides. • Contributing to physical and economic development of the Nation''''''''s resources for the benefit of present and future generations. " The Distance learning program in Hydrology (Basic Hydrological sciences for India) is designed to meet the needs of officials, who work with hydrologic data, particularly in the areas of flood forecasting and design flood analysis etc. The course (in English only) is intended to provide an understanding of the hydrological cycle, runoff processes, unit Hydrograph, flood forecasting, elements of hydrologic modeling etc. and will prepare the participants for further study in hydrologic methods and forecasting.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 47 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 24
  • Event Type: International
Venue - Webinar/Online

Hydrologic Modelling with GIS, HEC-HMS and other free tools

( 07/02/2022 - 11/02/2022 )

For a water resource engineer, there is always a need to use software modelling to know the rainfall–runoff processes of hydrology. This is due to the limitations of existing hydrological measurement techniques. It is not possible to measure everything we would like to know about hydrological systems. We have, in fact, only a limited range of measurement techniques and a limited range of measurements in space and time "The Training has following objectives: i. Introduction to QGIS and its application to extract necessary physiographic parameters of a basin generally used in Hydrological Modelling. ii. Introduction to Hec-HMS software and its application in Hydrological modelling for a basin"

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 71
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar

Reservoir Sedimentation : Assessment and Management

( 07/03/2022 - 19/03/2022 )

Despite decades of research, sedimentation still probably is a serious technical problem faced by dam engineers.Problems confronting the project-planner are to estimate the rate of sedimentation and period of time before the sediment will interfere with useful functions of the reservoir. Sufficient provision need to be made for sediment storage in the reservoir at the time of design so as not to impair reservoir functions during the designed life of the project. The raining program aims at dealing with the aspects of sedimentation and its control all along the river course and its catchment in a holistic manner and also to focus on to quantify the sedimentation of reservoirs using various advanced technological / IT tools.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 13 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 31
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar

Land Use Land Cover using Remote Sensing

( 03/03/2022 - 05/03/2022 )

The Land Use and Land Cover (LULC) data plays an import role in many kinds of spatial analysis and planning, from change detections, hydrological modelling to urban development & planning at local and as well as regional level. Moreover, it is one of the baseline data for sustainable management of our Natural Resources. It is needed to know the impact of any economic development on natural resources and environment. Various tools and methods are available for creating/collecting LULC data, but Remote Sensing technique is commonly used method to create LULC data with good accuracy using high resolution multispectral satellite imagery This Training will guide user how to create LULC map using Remote Sensing Technique on QGIS platform including its accuracy analysis. In this training program, Landsat 8/sentinel 2 multispectral satellite imagery will be used to generate LULC data using semi-supervised methods.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 3 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 45
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar

International Distance Learning Program in Hydrology : Basic Hydrological Sciences in association with WMO

( 17/01/2022 - 04/03/2022 )

"While Planet Earth is endowed with abundant water, the needs for water at specific times and places often exceed the available supplies. Efforts to utilize this precious resource often result in adverse social and environmental impacts, causing disruption of water supplies to downstream users, and the loss of aquatic habitats. In addition to conflicts over water availability, the quality of water is often compromised. The branch of Geophysics, which deals with the occurrence and movement of water in terms of quantity and quality on and below the surface of the earth except the oceans, in vapour, liquid or solid state, is termed as Hydrology. Hydrology plays an important role in • Effective management of surface water & ground water resources for domestic, agricultural, commercial, industrial, recreational and ecological uses. • Protecting and enhancing water resources for human health, aquatic health and environmental quality. • Minimizing loss of life and property as a result of water-related natural hazards, such as floods, droughts and land slides. • Contributing to physical and economic development of the Nation''''''''s resources for the benefit of present and future generations. " The Distance learning program in Hydrology (Basic Hydrological sciences for India) is designed to meet the needs of officials, who work with hydrologic data, particularly in the areas of flood forecasting and design flood analysis etc. The course (in English only) is intended to provide an understanding of the hydrological cycle, runoff processes, unit Hydrograph, flood forecasting, elements of hydrologic modeling etc. and will prepare the participants for further study in hydrologic methods and forecasting.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 47 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 35
  • Event Type: International
Venue - Webinar

Geophysical Techniques in Ground Water Exploration

( 13/12/2021 - 17/12/2021 )

• Role of Geophysical Techniques in Ground Water • Plotting and interpretation of Vertical Electrical Survey • VES data interpretation using software. • Application of geophysical well logging in water bearing zones identification & Interpretation of Logging data. • Application of Geophysical Techniques in Artificial Recharge to groundwater • Preparation of Geophysical Report • Discussion of Field problem To provide exposure of various Geophysical technique used in Hydrogeological study, plotting and interpretation of VES and Application of Geophysical Techniques in artificial recharge to groundwater to the officials from central/ state govt under NHP

Training :

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 17
  • Event Type: National
Venue - RGI, Raipur

Station Management , WIMS MIS Dashboard , Email & SMS and Manage Contacts

( 09/12/2021 - 09/12/2021 )

1. Station Management i. Overview of Station Management. ii. How to select station based upon common search and advanced search. iii. How to create a station. iv. Mandatory fields while creating station. v. How to set Maximum, Minimum, Lower Warning Level, and Upper warning level for Primary Validation vi. How to enable Telemetry, or Flood Forecast, or Reservoir stations vii. How to attach various measuring parameters (Manual or Telemetry parameters) with stations 2. WIMS MIS Dashboard developed by NWIC 3. Email & SMS i . How to add the contacts and email? ii . How to send sms? Iii. How to send email? 1. Station Management i. Overview of Station Management. ii. How to select station based upon common search and advanced search. iii. How to create a station. iv. Mandatory fields while creating station. v. How to set Maximum, Minimum, Lower Warning Level, and Upper warning level for Primary Validation vi. How to enable Telemetry, or Flood Forecast, or Reservoir stations vii. How to attach various measuring parameters (Manual or Telemetry parameters) with stations 2. WIMS MIS Dashboard developed by NWIC 3. Email & SMS i . How to add the contacts and email? ii . How to send sms? Iii. How to send email?

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 5
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar 11 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 5 pm

Data Entry, Import Tool ,Data Validation & Data View

( 23/12/2021 - 23/12/2021 )

1. Data Entry i. Overview of Data Entry module ii. How to select station, parameter, type and Category. iii. How to enter manually data iv. Save manually entered records v. How to import the bulk data 2. Data Validation i. Overview of Data Validation module ii. How to select station, parameter, and date range for a data set. iii. Validation steps 3. Data View i. Overview of Data View ii. How to search stations and visualize stations in list and tree view iii. How to get the parameter availability of a selected station iv. How to view time series data of a date range v. How to view chart of a parameter of a station vi. How to get Data availability of stations or agencies. 1. Data Entry i. Overview of Data Entry module ii. How to select station, parameter, type and Category. iii. How to enter manually data iv. Save manually entered records v. How to import the bulk data 2. Data Validation i. Overview of Data Validation module ii. How to select station, parameter, and date range for a data set. iii. Validation steps 3. Data View i. Overview of Data View ii. How to search stations and visualize stations in list and tree view iii. How to get the parameter availability of a selected station iv. How to view time series data of a date range v. How to view chart of a parameter of a station vi. How to get Data availability of stations or agencies.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 3
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar 11 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 5 pm

Station Management , WIMS MIS Dashboard , Email & SMS and Manage Contacts

( 06/01/2022 - 06/01/2022 )

1. Station Management i. Overview of Station Management. ii. How to select station based upon common search and advanced search. iii. How to create a station. iv. Mandatory fields while creating station. v. How to set Maximum, Minimum, Lower Warning Level, and Upper warning level for Primary Validation vi. How to enable Telemetry, or Flood Forecast, or Reservoir stations vii. How to attach various measuring parameters (Manual or Telemetry parameters) with stations 2. WIMS MIS Dashboard developed by NWIC 3. Email & SMS i . How to add the contacts and email? ii . How to send sms? Iii. How to send email? 1. Station Management i. Overview of Station Management. ii. How to select station based upon common search and advanced search. iii. How to create a station. iv. Mandatory fields while creating station. v. How to set Maximum, Minimum, Lower Warning Level, and Upper warning level for Primary Validation vi. How to enable Telemetry, or Flood Forecast, or Reservoir stations vii. How to attach various measuring parameters (Manual or Telemetry parameters) with stations 2. WIMS MIS Dashboard developed by NWIC 3. Email & SMS i . How to add the contacts and email? ii . How to send sms? Iii. How to send email?

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 1
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar 11 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 5 pm

Data Entry, Import Tool ,Data Validation & Data View

( 27/01/2022 - 27/01/2022 )

1. Data Entry i. Overview of Data Entry module ii. How to select station, parameter, type and Category. iii. How to enter manually data iv. Save manually entered records v. How to import the bulk data 2. Data Validation i. Overview of Data Validation module ii. How to select station, parameter, and date range for a data set. iii. Validation steps 3. Data View i. Overview of Data View ii. How to search stations and visualize stations in list and tree view iii. How to get the parameter availability of a selected station iv. How to view time series data of a date range v. How to view chart of a parameter of a station vi. How to get Data availability of stations or agencies. 1. Data Entry i. Overview of Data Entry module ii. How to select station, parameter, type and Category. iii. How to enter manually data iv. Save manually entered records v. How to import the bulk data 2. Data Validation i. Overview of Data Validation module ii. How to select station, parameter, and date range for a data set. iii. Validation steps 3. Data View i. Overview of Data View ii. How to search stations and visualize stations in list and tree view iii. How to get the parameter availability of a selected station iv. How to view time series data of a date range v. How to view chart of a parameter of a station vi. How to get Data availability of stations or agencies.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar 11 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 5 pm

Station Management , WIMS MIS Dashboard , Email & SMS and Manage Contacts

( 06/01/2022 - 06/01/2022 )

1. Station Management i. Overview of Station Management. ii. How to select station based upon common search and advanced search. iii. How to create a station. iv. Mandatory fields while creating station. v. How to set Maximum, Minimum, Lower Warning Level, and Upper warning level for Primary Validation vi. How to enable Telemetry, or Flood Forecast, or Reservoir stations vii. How to attach various measuring parameters (Manual or Telemetry parameters) with stations 2. WIMS MIS Dashboard developed by NWIC 3. Email & SMS i . How to add the contacts and email? ii . How to send sms? Iii. How to send email? 1. Station Management i. Overview of Station Management. ii. How to select station based upon common search and advanced search. iii. How to create a station. iv. Mandatory fields while creating station. v. How to set Maximum, Minimum, Lower Warning Level, and Upper warning level for Primary Validation vi. How to enable Telemetry, or Flood Forecast, or Reservoir stations vii. How to attach various measuring parameters (Manual or Telemetry parameters) with stations 2. WIMS MIS Dashboard developed by NWIC 3. Email & SMS i . How to add the contacts and email? ii . How to send sms? Iii. How to send email?

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 1
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar 11 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 5 pm

Station Management , WIMS MIS Dashboard , Email & SMS and Manage Contacts

( 10/02/2022 - 10/02/2022 )

1. Station Management i. Overview of Station Management. ii. How to select station based upon common search and advanced search. iii. How to create a station. iv. Mandatory fields while creating station. v. How to set Maximum, Minimum, Lower Warning Level, and Upper warning level for Primary Validation vi. How to enable Telemetry, or Flood Forecast, or Reservoir stations vii. How to attach various measuring parameters (Manual or Telemetry parameters) with stations 2. WIMS MIS Dashboard developed by NWIC 3. Email & SMS i . How to add the contacts and email? ii . How to send sms? Iii. How to send email? 1. Station Management i. Overview of Station Management. ii. How to select station based upon common search and advanced search. iii. How to create a station. iv. Mandatory fields while creating station. v. How to set Maximum, Minimum, Lower Warning Level, and Upper warning level for Primary Validation vi. How to enable Telemetry, or Flood Forecast, or Reservoir stations vii. How to attach various measuring parameters (Manual or Telemetry parameters) with stations 2. WIMS MIS Dashboard developed by NWIC 3. Email & SMS i . How to add the contacts and email? ii . How to send sms? Iii. How to send email?

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar 11 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 5 pm

Data Entry, Import Tool,Data Validation & Data View

( 24/02/2022 - 24/02/2022 )

1. Data Entry i. Overview of Data Entry module ii. How to select station, parameter, type and Category. iii. How to enter manually data iv. Save manually entered records v. How to import the bulk data 2. Data Validation i. Overview of Data Validation module ii. How to select station, parameter, and date range for a data set. iii. Validation steps 3. Data View i. Overview of Data View ii. How to search stations and visualize stations in list and tree view iii. How to get the parameter availability of a selected station iv. How to view time series data of a date range v. How to view chart of a parameter of a station vi. How to get Data availability of stations or agencies. 1. Data Entry i. Overview of Data Entry module ii. How to select station, parameter, type and Category. iii. How to enter manually data iv. Save manually entered records v. How to import the bulk data 2. Data Validation i. Overview of Data Validation module ii. How to select station, parameter, and date range for a data set. iii. Validation steps 3. Data View i. Overview of Data View ii. How to search stations and visualize stations in list and tree view iii. How to get the parameter availability of a selected station iv. How to view time series data of a date range v. How to view chart of a parameter of a station vi. How to get Data availability of stations or agencies.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar 11 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 5 pm

Station Management , WIMS MIS Dashboard , Email & SMS and Manage Contacts

( 10/03/2022 - 10/03/2022 )

1. Station Management i. Overview of Station Management. ii. How to select station based upon common search and advanced search. iii. How to create a station. iv. Mandatory fields while creating station. v. How to set Maximum, Minimum, Lower Warning Level, and Upper warning level for Primary Validation vi. How to enable Telemetry, or Flood Forecast, or Reservoir stations vii. How to attach various measuring parameters (Manual or Telemetry parameters) with stations 2. WIMS MIS Dashboard developed by NWIC 3. Email & SMS i . How to add the contacts and email? ii . How to send sms? Iii. How to send email? 1. Station Management i. Overview of Station Management. ii. How to select station based upon common search and advanced search. iii. How to create a station. iv. Mandatory fields while creating station. v. How to set Maximum, Minimum, Lower Warning Level, and Upper warning level for Primary Validation vi. How to enable Telemetry, or Flood Forecast, or Reservoir stations vii. How to attach various measuring parameters (Manual or Telemetry parameters) with stations 2. WIMS MIS Dashboard developed by NWIC 3. Email & SMS i . How to add the contacts and email? ii . How to send sms? Iii. How to send email?

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 2
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar 11 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 5 pm

Data Entry, Import Tool ,Data Validation & Data View

( 24/03/2022 - 24/03/2022 )

1. Data Entry i. Overview of Data Entry module ii. How to select station, parameter, type and Category. iii. How to enter manually data iv. Save manually entered records v. How to import the bulk data 2. Data Validation i. Overview of Data Validation module ii. How to select station, parameter, and date range for a data set. iii. Validation steps 3. Data View i. Overview of Data View ii. How to search stations and visualize stations in list and tree view iii. How to get the parameter availability of a selected station iv. How to view time series data of a date range v. How to view chart of a parameter of a station vi. How to get Data availability of stations or agencies. 1. Data Entry i. Overview of Data Entry module ii. How to select station, parameter, type and Category. iii. How to enter manually data iv. Save manually entered records v. How to import the bulk data 2. Data Validation i. Overview of Data Validation module ii. How to select station, parameter, and date range for a data set. iii. Validation steps 3. Data View i. Overview of Data View ii. How to search stations and visualize stations in list and tree view iii. How to get the parameter availability of a selected station iv. How to view time series data of a date range v. How to view chart of a parameter of a station vi. How to get Data availability of stations or agencies.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 2
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar 11 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 5 pm

New Modules-new modules under India WRIS including Water Data Online

( 17/12/2021 - 17/12/2021 )

Overview Surface Water Modules. Ground Water Modules Theme Based modules Available data Data Download Publications Overview Surface Water Modules. Ground Water Modules Theme Based modules Available data Data Download Publications

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 2
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar 11 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 5 pm

India -WRIS GIS Database

( 28/01/2022 - 28/01/2022 )

a. GIS layers detailed description and usage in different modules of India-WRIS. a. GIS layers detailed description and usage in different modules of India-WRIS.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 2
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar 11 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 5 pm

Training on India-WRIS modules

( 09/02/2022 - 09/02/2022 )

Overview Surface Water Modules. Ground Water Modules Theme Based modules Available data Data Download Publications Overview Surface Water Modules. Ground Water Modules Theme Based modules Available data Data Download Publications

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 3
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar 11 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 5 pm

New Modules-new modules under India WRIS including Water Data online

( 18/03/2022 - 18/03/2022 )

Overview Surface Water Modules. Ground Water Modules Theme Based modules Available data Data Download Publications Overview Surface Water Modules. Ground Water Modules Theme Based modules Available data Data Download Publications

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 2
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar 11 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 5 pm

“''Use of GIS for Ground Water Studies'' ”

( 13/12/2021 - 24/12/2021 )

The training programme provides overview on remote sensing and Geographical Information System (GIS) and their utility in Ground Water Exploration and management. The topics covered included remote sensing, GIS, GIS with practical exercises, overview of ground water mapping, ground water levels and their analysis in GIS, principles of ground water prospects mapping with case studies, ground water quality, ground water zonation with hands on exercises. The objective of the course is to introduce the technical and applied aspects of Remote Sensing and GIS, besides theoretical and practical knowledge on the subject of Ground Water Exploration and management

Training :

  • Duration: 12 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 4
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Residential Training (Exclusively for AP Ground Water Department)

Webinar on “Satellite-based Regional Evaporative Flux Monitoring System for India”

( 08/12/2021 - 08/12/2021 )

The webinar provides an overview on "Development of Satellite-based Regional Evaporative Flux Monitoring System for India" under National Hydrology Project by NRSC. The webinar will provide methodological aspects, data sets used, products generated, validation protocol, limitations and expected utility of satellite-based actual evapotranspiration (ET). The webinar will follow an online demonstration of AET products hosted on the NHP-Bhuvan Geo-web portal, their access & download followed by an interactive feedback session The webinar provides an overview on "Development of Satellite-based Regional Evaporative Flux Monitoring System for India" under National Hydrology Project by NRSC. The webinar will provide methodological aspects, data sets used, products generated, validation protocol, limitations and expected utility of satellite-based actual evapotranspiration (ET). The webinar will follow an online demonstration of AET products hosted on the NHP-Bhuvan Geo-web portal, their access & download followed by an interactive feedback session

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 2
  • Event Type: National
Venue - 6th Webinar

Satellite data based Inputs for Irrigation Scheduling for Narayanpur Project command area

( 01/12/2021 - 01/12/2021 )

The webinar provides overview of the activities on “Satellite data based Inputs for Irrigation Scheduling for Narayanpur Project command area” under National Hydrology Project by NRSC. The study area selected for the development of Decision Support system is Narayanpur Command Area in Karnataka State. The methodology on generation of in season crop maps and estimation irrigation requirement on near real time and forecast mode will be presented in detail. Followed by an online demo of above products hosted on NHP-Bhuvan Geo-web portal and interactive feedback session. The webinar provides overview of the activities on “Satellite data based Inputs for Irrigation Scheduling for Narayanpur Project command area” under National Hydrology Project by NRSC. The study area selected for the development of Decision Support system is Narayanpur Command Area in Karnataka State. The methodology on generation of in season crop maps and estimation irrigation requirement on near real time and forecast mode will be presented in detail. Followed by an online demo of above products hosted on NHP-Bhuvan Geo-web portal and interactive feedback session.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 1
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Webinar (starts at 11 am)

Surface Water Data Entry System

( 30/11/2021 - 30/11/2021 )

a. Introduction of SWDES b. Study of SWDES c. Conclusion

Training :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 33
  • Event Type: In-house
Venue - H.P Administrative Building, Unit-VIII, Bhubaneswar

Geophysical Techniques in Ground Water Exploration

( 13/12/2021 - 17/12/2021 )

• Role of Geophysical Techniques in Ground Water • Plotting and interpretation of Vertical Electrical Survey • VES data interpretation using software. • Application of geophysical well logging in water bearing zones identification & Interpretation of Logging data. • Application of Geophysical Techniques in Artificial Recharge to groundwater • Preparation of Geophysical Report • Discussion of Field problem To provide exposure of various Geophysical technique used in Hydrogeological study, plotting and interpretation of VES and Application of Geophysical Techniques in artificial recharge to groundwater to the officials from central/ state govt.

Training :

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 1
  • Event Type: National
Venue - RGI, Raipur