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Data Entry for Stage Summary Discharge

( 28/05/2024 - 28/05/2024 )

WIMS allows capturing water level (stage) and flow rate (discharge) data for stations (rivers, lakes). This data is vital for monitoring water resources and making informed management decisions. • Data Sources: Automated sensors, manual readings, or user submissions. • Stage & Discharge: Stage is water level relative to a reference point, while discharge is the volume of water flowing past a point over time. WIMS likely handles both or calculations based on their relationship. • Data Entry: Users input station, date/time, stage height, and discharge (if measured) or select a calculation method based on stage. • Validation: WIMS might check for data accuracy against historical records or flag unrealistic values. • Storage & Management: Entered data is stored within WIMS for analysis, visualization, and integration with other water resource data. Accurate data entry is crucial, and WIMS facilitates this with user-friendly tools for collection, validation, and storage. WIMS aims to efficiently capture water level (stage) and flow rate (discharge) data for a station. Summarized data is entered, likely daily or monthly, for better trend analysis. This helps maintain a record, assess water availability, and monitor potential flood risks. It''s crucial for informed water resource management.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 9
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online/Webinar

India-WRIS Surface water Modules: Functionalities & Overview

( 29/05/2024 - 29/05/2024 )

India-WRIS Surface Water Modules likely focus on managing data from rivers, lakes, and streams. Here''s a concise overview of their functionalities: • Data Collection: Stream gauges, sensors, and manual entry capture water level, flow rate, and other relevant data. • Analysis and Visualization: Tools convert raw data into meaningful insights through calculations, trend analysis, and real-time dashboards. • Water Management Support: Modules might include reservoir operation simulation, irrigation demand assessment, and flood risk identification. • Collaboration and Sharing: Data sharing with authorized users or the public promotes informed decision-making. Overall, these modules empower water managers with real-time data and analysis to make data-driven decisions for sustainable surface water management in India. : India-WRIS Surfacewater Modules aim to streamline surface water management in India. These modules collect, store, and analyze data on rivers, lakes, and reservoirs. This centralized platform offers: • Improved Monitoring: Track water levels, flow rates, and quality across India. • Informed Decisions: Empower agencies to manage water allocation, floods, and droughts. • Enhanced Management: Integrate surface water data with other water resources for a holistic view. Functionalities include data collection from various sources, analysis tools, and visualizations. Specific applications like river monitoring and reservoir management are also likely integrated. By providing a central hub fo

Webniar Learning :

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

India-WRIS Groundwater Modules: Functionalities & Overview

( 30/05/2024 - 30/05/2024 )

The India-WRIS Groundwater Modules function as a comprehensive information system for India''s groundwater resources. By offering a centralized platform for data collection, analysis, and visualization, they empower various stakeholders: • Water Resource Agencies: Equipped with better data and insights, agencies can develop effective policies for sustainable groundwater management and allocation. • Researchers and Scientists: The data facilitates research to understand groundwater behavior, recharge mechanisms, and potential environmental impacts. • Farmers and Water Users: Access to data on groundwater levels and quality empowers informed decisions on water usage practices to ensure long-term sustainability. Overall, the India-WRIS Groundwater Modules play a critical role in promoting informed and sustainable groundwater management in India India-WRIS Groundwater Modules target sustainable groundwater management. They collect data from wells and stations, centralize it for analysis, and provide visualization tools. This empowers data-driven decisions for: • Improved Monitoring & Management of groundwater resources. • Enhanced Understanding of availability, quality, and trends. • Promotion of Sustainable Practices to prevent over-extraction and contamination. These modules act as a comprehensive information system, aiding water agencies, researchers, and users in making informed decisions for a sustainable water future.

Webniar Learning :

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

Inventory and Monitoring of Glacial Lakes using Satellite Remote Sensing Data

( 10/06/2024 - 14/06/2024 )

The training programme provides an overview of inventory and monitoring of glacial lakes using satellite remote sensing data. A brief introduction to remote sensing and GIS along with hand on exercises will be discussed. The program mainly covers satellite data procurement / download from different sources, satellite data interpretation of glacial lakes. The glacial lake mapping and attributes generation using GIS will also be explained. Glacial lake monitoring using recent satellite data with end to end practical exercises will be covered. The objective of the course is to introduce principles and applications of remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in inventory and monitoring of glacial lakes. Course also aims to develop the skill of using RS& GIS software in monitoring of glacial lakes.

Training :

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 3
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Residential at NRSC, Hyderabad-Central/Sate government officers who are working on glacial lake activities particularly from States/UTs located in Himalayas (J&K, Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh).

Data Entry for Water Quality, Sediment Summary

( 25/06/2024 - 25/06/2024 )

This WIMS feature captures data on water quality and sediment content in water bodies. It focuses on: • Water Quality: Monitoring various parameters like temperature, pollutants, and bacteria. • Sediment Monitoring: Recording sediment concentration and properties. This data helps assess water health, analyze sediment impacts, and inform decisions on water treatment, pollution control, and sustainable resource management. Data Entry for Water Quality, Sediment Summary" in WIMS aims to capture water quality (pH, nutrients, etc.) and sediment data (quantity, composition) at monitoring stations. This combined data helps assess water health, identify pollution issues, and track sediment impacts. It informs decisions on water treatment, discharge regulations, and sediment management for sustainable water resources.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

Overview of India-WRIS Tools, Utilities and Publications

( 26/06/2024 - 26/06/2024 )

India-WRIS is a comprehensive platform for managing India''s water resources. It offers tools for station management, data management, real-time and historical data access, and dedicated modules for surface and groundwater resources. Utilities like dashboards and communication tools support informed decisions, while publications like the India-WRIS Wiki and user manuals provide knowledge and guidance. In short, India-WRIS empowers stakeholders to make data-driven decisions for sustainable water management in India. India-WRIS offers a suite of tools and resources designed to: • Streamline data collection, analysis, and visualization for both surface and groundwater resources. • Support informed decision-making by water agencies for sustainable management practices. • Enhance knowledge and capacity through publications and training materials. By acting as a central information hub, India-WRIS empowers stakeholders to make data-driven decisions for India''s water future

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

India-WRIS Water and Allied Resources Modules

( 27/06/2024 - 27/06/2024 )

## India-WRIS: Managing India''s Water Resources India-WRIS is a central information system for India''s water resources. It aims to: * **Empower decision-making:** By providing data collection, analysis, and dissemination for water agencies. * **Promote integrated water management:** Offering a comprehensive view of water across sectors. * **Increase transparency:** Making water resource data accessible to stakeholders. **Key Modules:** * **Surface & Groundwater:** Tracks water levels, flow rates, quality, and provides management tools. * **Hydro-meteorological & Legacy Data:** Offers real-time and historical data for monitoring and planning. * **Allied Resources:** Includes data on soil moisture, water use, and infrastructure. **Additional Features:** Station management, data management tools, visualizations, communication tools, and a knowledge-sharing wiki. **Benefits:** Improved water management, disaster preparedness, enhanced research, and increased transparency. India-WRIS is a vital tool for informed and sustainable water resource management in India. The objectives of the India-WRIS Water and Allied Resources Modules can be broadly categorized into two areas: Data Management and Improved Water Resource Management. **Data Management Objectives:** * **Comprehensive Data Collection:** To gather data on both surface water (rivers, lakes, reservoirs) and groundwater (wells, aquifers) resources across India. This data can include water levels, flow rates, quality parameters, and other relevant information. * **Data Centralization and Accessibility:** To create a central repository for water resource data, making it readily accessible to authorized users like government agencies, researchers, and stakeholders. * **Improved Data Quality

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

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

( 23/07/2024 - 23/07/2024 )

WIMS offers a suite of tools for water resource management: • Station Management: Create, edit, and manage data collection points for both surface and groundwater sources. • WIMS MIS Dashboard: Visualize key water data metrics and trends through an interactive dashboard. • Email & SMS Integration: Send alerts, reports, and coordinate activities through email and SMS functionalities. • Contact Management: Maintain a list of relevant individuals and organizations for targeted communication. By combining these features, WIMS empowers agencies to effectively collect, analyze, and communicate water resource data for informed decision-making. Station management within WIMS involves handling both surface water and ground water stations. It allows agencies to monitor and manage data from these stations effectively.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

Data Entry, Import Tool, Data Validation & Data View & Data View Management

( 24/07/2024 - 24/07/2024 )

WIMS offers a suite of tools for efficient data handling: • Data Entry & Import: Enter data manually or upload large datasets for effortless population. • Data Validation: Ensure data accuracy with built-in validation checks. • Data View & Management: Explore, visualize, and manage data for insightful analysis and clear user access. This comprehensive approach allows water resource organizations to maintain high-quality data, gain valuable insights, and make informed decisions. WIMS offers a data management suite with clear objectives: • Accurate Data Entry: Capture complete and error-free water resource data. • Efficient Import: Integrate large datasets seamlessly using import tools. • Data Quality Assurance: Validate data through checks and alerts for inconsistencies. • Easy Data Exploration: View data in various formats (tables, charts) with filtering and analysis options.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

India-WRIS Hydro-meteorological & Legacy Data Modules: Functionalities & Overview

( 25/07/2024 - 25/07/2024 )

Hydro-Meteorological: Accesses and analyzes real-time weather & hydrological data for informed decision-making. Legacy Data: Integrates historical water resource data, improving accessibility and usability. These modules improve data accessibility, streamline management processes, and empower data-driven water resource planning. • Hydro-meteorological: Collects real-time data (rainfall, river discharge) for monitoring water availability, droughts, and floods. • Legacy Data: Archives historical data (streamflow, groundwater levels) to aid research, planning, and understanding long-term trends. By working together, these modules create a comprehensive water information system for India, supporting informed decision-making and water resource management.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

Data Entry for Stage Summary Discharge

( 20/08/2024 - 20/08/2024 )

WIMS allows capturing water level (stage) and flow rate (discharge) data for stations (rivers, lakes). This data is vital for monitoring water resources and making informed management decisions. • Data Sources: Automated sensors, manual readings, or user submissions. • Stage & Discharge: Stage is water level relative to a reference point, while discharge is the volume of water flowing past a point over time. WIMS likely handles both or calculations based on their relationship. • Data Entry: Users input station, date/time, stage height, and discharge (if measured) or select a calculation method based on stage. • Validation: WIMS might check for data accuracy against historical records or flag unrealistic values. • Storage & Management: Entered data is stored within WIMS for analysis, visualization, and integration with other water resource data. Accurate data entry is crucial, and WIMS facilitates this with user-friendly tools for collection, validation, and storage. Data Entry for Stage Summary Discharge" in WIMS aims to efficiently capture water level (stage) and flow rate (discharge) data for a station. Summarized data is entered, likely daily or monthly, for better trend analysis. This helps maintain a record, assess water availability, and monitor potential flood risks. It''s crucial for informed water resource management

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

India-WRIS Surface water Modules: Functionalities & Overview

( 21/08/2024 - 21/08/2024 )

: India-WRIS Surface Water Modules likely focus on managing data from rivers, lakes, and streams. Here''s a concise overview of their functionalities: • Data Collection: Stream gauges, sensors, and manual entry capture water level, flow rate, and other relevant data. • Analysis and Visualization: Tools convert raw data into meaningful insights through calculations, trend analysis, and real-time dashboards. • Water Management Support: Modules might include reservoir operation simulation, irrigation demand assessment, and flood risk identification. • Collaboration and Sharing: Data sharing with authorized users or the public promotes informed decision-making. Overall, these modules empower water managers with real-time data and analysis to make data-driven decisions for sustainable surface water management in India. : India-WRIS Surfacewater Modules aim to streamline surface water management in India. These modules collect, store, and analyze data on rivers, lakes, and reservoirs. This centralized platform offers: • Improved Monitoring: Track water levels, flow rates, and quality across India. • Informed Decisions: Empower agencies to manage water allocation, floods, and droughts. • Enhanced Management: Integrate surface water data with other water resources for a holistic view. Functionalities include data collection from various sources, analysis tools, and visualizations. Specific applications like river monitoring and reservoir management are also likely integrated. By providing a central hub fo

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

India-WRIS Groundwater Modules: Functionalities & Overview

( 22/08/2024 - 22/08/2024 )

India-WRIS Groundwater Modules provide a central platform for managing groundwater data across India. This data is crucial for understanding groundwater availability, trends, and sustainable management practices India-WRIS Groundwater Modules target sustainable groundwater management. They collect data from wells and stations, centralize it for analysis, and provide visualization tools. This empowers data-driven decisions for: • Improved Monitoring & Management of groundwater resources. • Enhanced Understanding of availability, quality, and trends. • Promotion of Sustainable Practices to prevent over-extraction and contamination. These modules act as a comprehensive information system, aiding water agencies, researchers, and users in making informed decisions for a sustainable water future.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

Remote Sensing & GIS Applications in Water Resources Management

( 02/09/2024 - 13/09/2024 )

The training programme provides overview on principles of Remote Sensing, RS Sensors and systems; introduction of image processing and classification techniques and its application in water resources management. The topics covered include GIS, open source GIS with practical exercises, hydrological modelling, Runoff Estimation Methods, Flow Routing Methods with hand-on exercises. Open Source Data & Software for Water Resources and water resources information portals will also be covered. The objective of the course is to introduce principles and applications of remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in water resources management.

Training :

  • Duration: 12 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 4
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Residential at NRSC, Hyderabad

Data Entry for Water Quality, Sediment Summary: An Overview

( 24/09/2024 - 24/09/2024 )

This WIMS feature captures data on water quality and sediment content in water bodies. It focuses on: • Water Quality: Monitoring various parameters like temperature, pollutants, and bacteria. • Sediment Monitoring: Recording sediment concentration and properties. This data helps assess water health, analyze sediment impacts, and inform decisions on water treatment, pollution control, and sustainable resource management. "Data Entry for Water Quality, Sediment Summary" in WIMS aims to capture water quality (pH, nutrients, etc.) and sediment data (quantity, composition) at monitoring stations. This combined data helps assess water health, identify pollution issues, and track sediment impacts. It informs decisions on water treatment, discharge regulations, and sediment management for sustainable water resources.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

Overview of Flood Forecasting System

( 25/09/2024 - 25/09/2024 )

Flood forecasting systems use advanced technology to predict floods. They gather data on rain, river levels, and geography to simulate potential flood scenarios. This helps authorities issue timely warnings about the likelihood, timing, and severity of floods. These forecasts empower communities to evacuate, protect property, and prepare for emergencies. They also allow authorities to take proactive measures like regulating water flow and managing resources. While limitations exist in data accuracy and human error, flood forecasting systems are vital tools for reducing flood risks. Advancements in technology and public awareness programs will further improve their effectiveness. A flood forecasting system''s core objective is to deliver timely and accurate flood warnings. This empowers communities and authorities to prepare for and respond to floods, minimizing life and property loss through: * Early warnings for evacuation and resource allocation. * Reduced flood impact on infrastructure and economy. * Increased public awareness and preparedness. * Improved long-term mitigation strategies.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 1
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

India-WRIS Water and Allied Resources Modules

( 26/09/2024 - 26/09/2024 )

India-WRIS is a central information system for India''s water resources. It aims to: • Empower decision-making: By providing data collection, analysis, and dissemination for water agencies. • Promote integrated water management: Offering a comprehensive view of water across sectors. • Increase transparency: Making water resource data accessible to stakeholders. Key Modules: • Surface & Groundwater: Tracks water levels, flow rates, quality, and provides management tools. • Hydro-meteorological & Legacy Data: Offers real-time and historical data for monitoring and planning. • Allied Resources: Includes data on soil moisture, water use, and infrastructure. Additional Features: Station management, data management tools, visualizations, communication tools, and a knowledge-sharing wiki. Benefits: Improved water management, disaster preparedness, enhanced research, and increased transparency. • Comprehensive Data Collection: To gather data on both surface water (rivers, lakes, reservoirs) and groundwater (wells, aquifers) resources across India. This data can include water levels, flow rates, quality parameters, and other relevant information. • Data Centralization and Accessibility: To create a central repository for water resource data, making it readily accessible to authorized users like government agencies, researchers, and stakeholders. • Improved Data Quality and Standardization: To ensure data accuracy, consistency, and adherence to standardized formats for seamless analysis and utilization. • Data Dissemination and Sharing: To facilitate the sharing of water resource

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

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

( 22/10/2024 - 22/10/2024 )

WIMS offers a suite of tools for water resource management: • Station Management: Create, edit, and manage data collection points for both surface and groundwater sources. • WIMS MIS Dashboard: Visualize key water data metrics and trends through an interactive dashboard. • Email & SMS Integration: Send alerts, reports, and coordinate activities through email and SMS functionalities. • Contact Management: Maintain a list of relevant individuals and organizations for targeted communication. By combining these features, WIMS empowers agencies to effectively collect, analyze, and communicate water resource data for informed decision-making. Station management within WIMS involves handling both surface water and ground water stations. It allows agencies to monitor and manage data from these stations effectively.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

Data Entry, Import Tool, Data Validation & Data View & Data View Management

( 23/10/2024 - 23/10/2024 )

WIMS offers a suite of tools for efficient data handling: • Data Entry & Import: Enter data manually or upload large datasets for effortless population. • Data Validation: Ensure data accuracy with built-in validation checks. • Data View & Management: Explore, visualize, and manage data for insightful analysis and clear user access. This comprehensive approach allows water resource organizations to maintain high-quality data, gain valuable insights, and make informed decisions. WIMS offers a data management suite with clear objectives: • Accurate Data Entry: Capture complete and error-free water resource data. • Efficient Import: Integrate large datasets seamlessly using import tools. • Data Quality Assurance: Validate data through checks and alerts for inconsistencies. • Easy Data Exploration: View data in various formats (tables, charts) with filtering and analysis options. • Organized Data Views: Manage how data is presented with customizable dashboards. Combined, these features ensure high-quality water resource data within WIMS, empowering informed decision-making.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

India-WRIS Hydro-meteorological & Legacy Data Modules: Functionalities & Overview

( 24/10/2024 - 24/10/2024 )

Hydro-Meteorological: Accesses and analyzes real-time weather & hydrological data for informed decision-making. Legacy Data: Integrates historical water resource data, improving accessibility and usability. These modules improve data accessibility, streamline management processes, and empower data-driven water resource planning. India-WRIS likely has two data modules: • Hydro-meteorological: Collects real-time data (rainfall, river discharge) for monitoring water availability, droughts, and floods. • Legacy Data: Archives historical data (streamflow, groundwater levels) to aid research, planning, and understanding long-term trends. By working together, these modules create a comprehensive water information system for India, supporting informed decision-making and water resource management.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

Data Entry for Stage Summary Discharge

( 26/11/2024 - 26/11/2024 )

WIMS allows capturing water level (stage) and flow rate (discharge) data for stations (rivers, lakes). This data is vital for monitoring water resources and making informed management decisions. • Data Sources: Automated sensors, manual readings, or user submissions. • Stage & Discharge: Stage is water level relative to a reference point, while discharge is the volume of water flowing past a point over time. WIMS likely handles both or calculations based on their relationship. • Data Entry: Users input station, date/time, stage height, and discharge (if measured) or select a calculation method based on stage. • Validation: WIMS might check for data accuracy against historical records or flag unrealistic values. • Storage & Management: Entered data is stored within WIMS for analysis, visualization, and integration with other water resource data. Accurate data entry is crucial, and WIMS facilitates this with user-friendly tools for collection, validation, and storage. Data Entry for Stage Summary Discharge" in WIMS aims to efficiently capture water level (stage) and flow rate (discharge) data for a station. Summarized data is entered, likely daily or monthly, for better trend analysis. This helps maintain a record, assess water availability, and monitor potential flood risks. It''s crucial for informed water resource management

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

India-WRIS Surface water Modules: Functionalities & Overview

( 27/11/2024 - 27/11/2024 )

: India-WRIS Surface Water Modules likely focus on managing data from rivers, lakes, and streams. Here''s a concise overview of their functionalities: • Data Collection: Stream gauges, sensors, and manual entry capture water level, flow rate, and other relevant data. • Analysis and Visualization: Tools convert raw data into meaningful insights through calculations, trend analysis, and real-time dashboards. • Water Management Support: Modules might include reservoir operation simulation, irrigation demand assessment, and flood risk identification. • Collaboration and Sharing: Data sharing with authorized users or the public promotes informed decision-making. Overall, these modules empower water managers with real-time data and analysis to make data-driven decisions for sustainable surface water management in India India-WRIS Surfacewater Modules aim to streamline surface water management in India. These modules collect, store, and analyze data on rivers, lakes, and reservoirs. This centralized platform offers: • Improved Monitoring: Track water levels, flow rates, and quality across India. • Informed Decisions: Empower agencies to manage water allocation, floods, and droughts. • Enhanced Management: Integrate surface water data with other water resources for a holistic view. Functionalities include data collection from various sources, analysis tools, and visualizations. Specific applications like river monitoring and reservoir management are also likely integrated. By providing a central hub for

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

India-WRIS Groundwater Modules: Functionalities & Overview

( 28/11/2024 - 28/11/2024 )

India-WRIS Groundwater Modules provide a central platform for managing groundwater data across India. This data is crucial for understanding groundwater availability, trends, and sustainable management practices. Here''s an overview of the functionalities and objectives: India-WRIS Groundwater Modules target sustainable groundwater management. They collect data from wells and stations, centralize it for analysis, and provide visualization tools. This empowers data-driven decisions for: • Improved Monitoring & Management of groundwater resources. • Enhanced Understanding of availability, quality, and trends. • Promotion of Sustainable Practices to prevent over-extraction and contamination. These modules act as a comprehensive information system, aiding water agencies, researchers, and users in making informed decisions for a sustainable water future.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

Remote Sensing & GIS Technologies

( 02/12/2024 - 06/12/2024 )

The training programme provides overview on principles of Remote Sensing, RS Sensors and systems; introduction of image processing and classification techniques. The topics covered include GIS, open source GIS with practical exercises, satellite remote sensing applications in water resources; Open Source Data & Software for Water Resources and water resources information portals. The objective of the course is to introduce principles and applications of remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in water resources management. Course also aims to develop the skill of using RS& GIS software.

Training :

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Registered Participants till date: 1
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Residential at NRSC, Hyderabad

Data Entry for Water Quality, Sediment Summary

( 17/12/2024 - 17/12/2024 )

This WIMS feature captures data on water quality and sediment content in water bodies. It focuses on: • Water Quality: Monitoring various parameters like temperature, pollutants, and bacteria. • Sediment Monitoring: Recording sediment concentration and properties. This data helps assess water health, analyze sediment impacts, and inform decisions on water treatment, pollution control, and sustainable resource management. "Data Entry for Water Quality, Sediment Summary" in WIMS aims to capture water quality (pH, nutrients, etc.) and sediment data (quantity, composition) at monitoring stations. This combined data helps assess water health, identify pollution issues, and track sediment impacts. It informs decisions on water treatment, discharge regulations, and sediment management for sustainable water resources.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

Overview of Flood Forecasting System

( 18/12/2024 - 18/12/2024 )

Flood forecasting systems use advanced technology to predict floods. They gather data on rain, river levels, and geography to simulate potential flood scenarios. This helps authorities issue timely warnings about the likelihood, timing, and severity of floods. These forecasts empower communities to evacuate, protect property, and prepare for emergencies. They also allow authorities to take proactive measures like regulating water flow and managing resources. While limitations exist in data accuracy and human error, flood forecasting systems are vital tools for reducing flood risks. Advancements in technology and public awareness programs will further improve their effectiveness. A flood forecasting system''s core objective is to deliver timely and accurate flood warnings. This empowers communities and authorities to prepare for and respond to floods, minimizing life and property loss through: • Early warnings for evacuation and resource allocation. • Reduced flood impact on infrastructure and economy. • Increased public awareness and preparedness. • Improved long-term mitigation strategies

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

India-WRIS Water and Allied Resources Modules

( 19/12/2024 - 19/12/2024 )

India-WRIS is a comprehensive platform for managing India''s water resources. It offers tools for station management, data management, real-time and historical data access, and dedicated modules for surface and groundwater resources. Utilities like dashboards and communication tools support informed decisions, while publications like the India-WRIS Wiki and user manuals provide knowledge and guidance. In short, India-WRIS empowers stakeholders to make data-driven decisions for sustainable water management in India. India-WRIS offers a suite of tools and resources designed to: • Streamline data collection, analysis, and visualization for both surface and groundwater resources. • Support informed decision-making by water agencies for sustainable management practices. • Enhance knowledge and capacity through publications and training materials. By acting as a central information hub, India-WRIS empowers stakeholders to make data-driven decisions for India''s water future.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

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

( 28/01/2025 - 28/01/2025 )

WIMS offers a suite of tools for water resource management: • Station Management: Create, edit, and manage data collection points for both surface and groundwater sources. • WIMS MIS Dashboard: Visualize key water data metrics and trends through an interactive dashboard. • Email & SMS Integration: Send alerts, reports, and coordinate activities through email and SMS functionalities. • Contact Management: Maintain a list of relevant individuals and organizations for targeted communication. By combining these features, WIMS empowers agencies to effectively collect, analyze, and communicate water resource data for informed decision-making. Station management within WIMS involves handling both surface water and ground water stations. It allows agencies to monitor and manage data from these stations effectively.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

Data Entry, Import Tool, Data Validation & Data View & Data View Management

( 29/01/2025 - 29/01/2025 )

WIMS offers a suite of tools for efficient data handling: • Data Entry & Import: Enter data manually or upload large datasets for effortless population. • Data Validation: Ensure data accuracy with built-in validation checks. • Data View & Management: Explore, visualize, and manage data for insightful analysis and clear user access. This comprehensive approach allows water resource organizations to maintain high-quality data, gain valuable insights, and make informed decisions. WIMS offers a data management suite with clear objectives: • Accurate Data Entry: Capture complete and error-free water resource data. • Efficient Import: Integrate large datasets seamlessly using import tools. • Data Quality Assurance: Validate data through checks and alerts for inconsistencies. • Easy Data Exploration: View data in various formats (tables, charts) with filtering and analysis options. • Organized Data Views: Manage how data is presented with customizable dashboards. Combined, these features ensure high-quality water resource data within WIMS, empowering informed decision-making.

Webniar Learning :

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Registered Participants till date:
  • Event Type: National
Venue - Online Training

India-WRIS Hydro-meteorological & Legacy Data Modules: Functionalities & Overview

( 30/01/2025 - 30/01/2025 )

Hydro-Meteorological: Accesses and analyzes real-time weather & hydrological data for informed decision-making. Legacy Data: Integrates historical water resource data, improving accessibility and usability. These modules improve data accessibility, streamline management processes, and empower data-driven water resource planning. India-WRIS likely has two data modules: • Hydro-meteorological: Collects real-time data (rainfall, river discharge) for monitoring water availability, droughts, and floods. • Legacy Data: Archives historical data (streamflow, groundwater levels) to aid research, planning, and understanding long-term trends. By working together, these modules create a comprehensive water information system for India, supporting informed decision-making and water resource management.

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Data Entry for Stage Summary Discharge

( 25/02/2025 - 25/02/2025 )

WIMS allows capturing water level (stage) and flow rate (discharge) data for stations (rivers, lakes). This data is vital for monitoring water resources and making informed management decisions. • Data Sources: Automated sensors, manual readings, or user submissions. • Stage & Discharge: Stage is water level relative to a reference point, while discharge is the volume of water flowing past a point over time. WIMS likely handles both or calculations based on their relationship. • Data Entry: Users input station, date/time, stage height, and discharge (if measured) or select a calculation method based on stage. • Validation: WIMS might check for data accuracy against historical records or flag unrealistic values. • Storage & Management: Entered data is stored within WIMS for analysis, visualization, and integration with other water resource data. Accurate data entry is crucial, and WIMS facilitates this with user-friendly tools for collection, validation, and storage. Data Entry for Stage Summary Discharge" in WIMS aims to efficiently capture water level (stage) and flow rate (discharge) data for a station. Summarized data is entered, likely daily or monthly, for better trend analysis. This helps maintain a record, assess water availability, and monitor potential flood risks. It''s crucial for informed water resource management

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India-WRIS Surface water Modules: Functionalities & Overview

( 26/02/2025 - 26/02/2025 )

India-WRIS Surface Water Modules likely focus on managing data from rivers, lakes, and streams. Here''s a concise overview of their functionalities: • Data Collection: Stream gauges, sensors, and manual entry capture water level, flow rate, and other relevant data. • Analysis and Visualization: Tools convert raw data into meaningful insights through calculations, trend analysis, and real-time dashboards. • Water Management Support: Modules might include reservoir operation simulation, irrigation demand assessment, and flood risk identification. • Collaboration and Sharing: Data sharing with authorized users or the public promotes informed decision-making. Overall, these modules empower water managers with real-time data and analysis to make data-driven decisions for sustainable surface water management in India. India-WRIS Surfacewater Modules aim to streamline surface water management in India. These modules collect, store, and analyze data on rivers, lakes, and reservoirs. This centralized platform offers: • Improved Monitoring: Track water levels, flow rates, and quality across India. • Informed Decisions: Empower agencies to manage water allocation, floods, and droughts. • Enhanced Management: Integrate surface water data with other water resources for a holistic view. Functionalities include data collection from various sources, analysis tools, and visualizations. Specific applications like river monitoring and reservoir management are also likely integrated. By providing a central hub for

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India-WRIS Groundwater Modules: Functionalities & Overview

( 27/02/2025 - 27/02/2025 )

India-WRIS Groundwater Modules provide a central platform for managing groundwater data across India. This data is crucial for understanding groundwater availability, trends, and sustainable management practices India-WRIS Groundwater Modules target sustainable groundwater management. They collect data from wells and stations, centralize it for analysis, and provide visualization tools. This empowers data-driven decisions for: • Improved Monitoring & Management of groundwater resources. • Enhanced Understanding of availability, quality, and trends. • Promotion of Sustainable Practices to prevent over-extraction and contamination. These modules act as a comprehensive information system, aiding water agencies, researchers, and users in making informed decisions for a sustainable water future.

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Data Entry for Water Quality, Sediment Summary

( 25/03/2025 - 25/03/2025 )

This WIMS feature captures data on water quality and sediment content in water bodies. It focuses on: • Water Quality: Monitoring various parameters like temperature, pollutants, and bacteria. • Sediment Monitoring: Recording sediment concentration and properties. This data helps assess water health, analyze sediment impacts, and inform decisions on water treatment, pollution control, and sustainable resource management. Data Entry for Water Quality, Sediment Summary" in WIMS aims to capture water quality (pH, nutrients, etc.) and sediment data (quantity, composition) at monitoring stations. This combined data helps assess water health, identify pollution issues, and track sediment impacts. It informs decisions on water treatment, discharge regulations, and sediment management for sustainable water resources.

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Overview of WRIS Tools, Utilities and Publications

( 26/03/2025 - 26/03/2025 )

India-WRIS is a comprehensive platform for managing India''s water resources. It offers tools for station management, data management, real-time and historical data access, and dedicated modules for surface and groundwater resources. Utilities like dashboards and communication tools support informed decisions, while publications like the India-WRIS Wiki and user manuals provide knowledge and guidance. In short, India-WRIS empowers stakeholders to make data-driven decisions for sustainable water management in India. India-WRIS offers a suite of tools and resources designed to: • Streamline data collection, analysis, and visualization for both surface and groundwater resources. • Support informed decision-making by water agencies for sustainable management practices. • Enhance knowledge and capacity through publications and training materials. By acting as a central information hub, India-WRIS empowers stakeholders to make data-driven decisions for India''s water future

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India-WRIS Water and Allied Resources Modules

( 27/03/2025 - 27/03/2025 )

India-WRIS is a central information system for India''s water resources. It aims to: • Empower decision-making: By providing data collection, analysis, and dissemination for water agencies. • Promote integrated water management: Offering a comprehensive view of water across sectors. • Increase transparency: Making water resource data accessible to stakeholders. Key Modules: • Surface & Groundwater: Tracks water levels, flow rates, quality, and provides management tools. • Hydro-meteorological & Legacy Data: Offers real-time and historical data for monitoring and planning. • Allied Resources: Includes data on soil moisture, water use, and infrastructure. Additional Features: Station management, data management tools, visualizations, communication tools, and a knowledge-sharing wiki. Benefits: Improved water management, disaster preparedness, enhanced research, and increased transparency The objectives of the India-WRIS Water and Allied Resources Modules can be broadly categorized into two areas: Data Management and Improved Water Resource Management. Data Management Objectives: • Comprehensive Data Collection: To gather data on both surface water (rivers, lakes, reservoirs) and groundwater (wells, aquifers) resources across India. This data can include water levels, flow rates, quality parameters, and other relevant information. • Data Centralization and Accessibility: To create a central repository for water resource data, making it readily accessible to authorized users like government agencies, researchers, and stakeholders. • Improved Data Quality and Standardizatio

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