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2nd International Training course on Ground Water Modelling for 4 Weeks at UNESCO-IHE, Delft, The Netherlands

( 08/07/2019 - 02/08/2019 )

A 4 weeks Tailor made training (TMT) on ‘Ground Water Modelling’ is proposed to be organised at UNESCO-IHE, Delft, The Netherlands Under the National Hydrology Project (NHP), tentatively from 8th July - 2nd August, 2019. Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) will be the Nodal Agency for the course. The List has already been finalised. Hence, the new Participants may not register. Proposed generalized topic to be covered in the training period is given below. • Overview of Basic Groundwater Dynamics and governing groundwater Equations • Over view of different modules of modelling software • Conceptualization of Models • PEST (Parameter Estimation) using modelling software • Hands on practice on modeling software with an example of small area & Report preparation • Modeling with the actual field data brought by trainees

  • Training
  • 26 (days)
  • 22 (Registered)
  • International (Event)
Venue - UNESCO-IHE, Delft, The Netherlands


Hydrologic Modelling

( 18/11/2019 - 29/11/2019 )

A two week Training programme on Hydrologic Modelling planned during November 18 - 29, 2019 at NIH, Roorkee. Prof jen Christian Refsgaard, Research Professor, Department of Hydrology, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), Denmark will be the main resource person of this Training programme. Prof Refsgaard has more than 35 years of experience in the field of hydrology. He has published more than 130 papers in ISI registered international scientific journals with more than 5000 ISI citations (h-index = 35) and more than 60 peer reviewed conference papers and book chapters (>1000 ISI citations). He sas vast experience in in management of research projects.

  • Training
  • 12 (days)
  • 9 (Registered)
  • National (Event)
Venue - National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee

Capacity Building Programme "Water Budgeting tool for river basins using Google earth engine applications

( 19/08/2019 - 23/08/2019 )

The training will support the participant in learning the pre-processing tool to provide the user with enhanced time-series processing capabilities and access to various open-source satellite data, learning basic scrips both in Google Earth Engine and Python for activities related to floods and drought in showcasing the application of water resource management. Specifically, the experts will give more focus to the Google’s GEE platform to showcase large- and small-scale scientific analysis and visualization of geospatial datasets. GEE is widely used by researchers, nonprofit organizations, educators, and governmental agencies to analyze large-scale geospatial data, and is available free of cost for non-commercial users. The initial part of the training course will basically run through basic elements on data storage and developing product, organizing, and demonstrate access to a wide variety of satellite imageries and geospatial datasets to offers global-scale environmental data analysis capabilities. In addition to the tools and cloud computational powers necessary for analyzing large datasets, the GEE platform offers Application Programme Interfaces (APIs) in JavaScript and Python. The proposed capacity building activities is the follow up of the basic GEE course held in National Water Academy in Nov 2018, which will cover shorter version of the basic GEE module and two advance GEE modules related to support irrigation systems and water resources assessment including disaster risks mapping.

  • Training
  • 5 (days)
  • 18 (Registered)
  • International (Event)
Venue - NIH, Roorkee

International Workshop cum Exhibition on "Automation & Emerging Skill requirement for efficient Water Resource Management" on 29th August 2019

( 29/08/2019 - 29/08/2019 )

The workshop is expected to identify the opportunities and challenges in the implementation of modern technologies. It will also identify the type of job roles that are likely to be needed at various levels, as well as those job roles requiring reorientation. Alongside, the workshop is also expected to identify the training needs, re-skilling and up-skilling requirements for the workforce and the resources needed to realize it. Integrated Waterworks Managements System.  Role of Instrumentation and Automation for Water Management.  Rain Water harvesting Skill needs and likely skill gap.  Emerging Technologies for Water Resource Management.  Application of SCADA in Water distribution management system.  Affordable solution of waste water treatment for Institutions.  Water Conservation.  Automation in waste water treatment and sewage treatment plant.  Optimization of water treatment plant.  Application of AI & ICT for effective Water Management in Agriculture.  Rapid implementation of Barrages using Rubber Dams.  Challenges in creating employable skilled manpower for water resource management. 

  • Workshop-Seminar-Conference
  • 1 (days)
  • 16 (Registered)
  • International (Event)
Venue - “SCOPE CONVENTION CENTRE” , (Near to the NHP Office), Core-8, Scope Complex (Gate No. 18), 7, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. 110003


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