Soft Skill training on "Emotional Intelligence at Work" on 5th April
The training aims at understanding the meaning of Emotional Quotient or Emotional Intelligence and uncovering the EQ model. It also explores the relationship between our brain and the Emotional Quotient along with the ways and means to work and build on our brain. In the 2nd part of training, the applicability of EQ in work and methodologies of developing one’s EQ by giving Examples of high and low EQ will be explored. The training will involve extensive use of exercises and activities for the participants. Training module was facilitated by Mr. Amit Sethi and attended by 44 participants of implementing agencies.
User Management & Station Management in WIMS on 8th April
The training was organised by NWIC under National Hydrology Project. This training covered various topics comprises of (i)Overview of User Management , (ii) Getting details of Existing user and roles, (iii)Creating new roles (iv) How to attach modules with a role (v) Creating new users and (vi) How to attach roles and privileges with a User. There were 43 participants and the lectures facilitated by Mrs.Sneha, NWIC. Emphasis was laid on theory and demonstration.
Station management & Manual data entry Water Level(Exclusively for CGWB) WIMS 9th April 2021
The training module covered topics on Station Management ,Overview of Station Management,How to select station based upon common search and advanced search., How to create a station, Mandatory fields while creating station, 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. Manual data entry , How to user search to select station, How to select Manual Parameter. iii. Manual data entry for the selected period and duration. There were 101 participants, and the lectures facilitated by Mrs.Sneha, NWIC. Emphasis was laid on theory and demonstration.
Watershed Modelling using GIS, GIS-RS on 19th -30th April
This training focussed on the use of the technology but also to utilize the latest technical know-how for the watershed through a series of practical hands-on. The training programme exposed the participants to watershed modelling using geospatial tools along with remote sensing, digital Surface modelling, DEM analysis with the help of Open source GIS. The training was organised by NWA under NHP. Total participants -20.
Flood Forecasting and MIKE Modelling on 19-30 April
This program aims to introduce techniques emerged in recent past besides revisiting the conventional techniques.. Flood forecasting is an effective non-structural tool which seeks to issue advance warning of the magnitude of flood and its time of occurrence; and thus let concerned authorities and people at large to take necessary measures to safeguard lives & properties and also to regulate release through a dam in a manner not harmful to structure itself and lives and properties both in upland and downstream areas. CWC, under Ministry of Jal Shakti, Govt of India, issues River water Level Forecast to 198 Stations and Inflow forecast to 130 reservoirs spread across India in order to ensure the people against possible loss of properties and lives. There were 96 participants and the lectures facilitated by NWA