M.Tech program in Environmental ScienceIndian School of Mines
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The Department of Environmental Science & Engineering is the youngest department created out of existing Centre of Mining Environment at Indian School of Mines.
The Department also offers a regular M.Tech program in Environmental Science and Engineering (since 1990) apart from Ph.D programs in Environmental Science and Environmental Science and Engineering disciplines, respectively. It also offers a number of courses at various levels in a number of B.Tech and M.Tech programmes of the University. Well equipped laboratories and qualified faculty make it an ideal Department for carrying out academic activities (Teaching, Research, HRD and Consultancy). The Centre now functions within the Department of Environmental Science & Engineering.
The students of the Department have been well received by the industries (CIL, BCCL, ECL, CCL, NCL, MCL, SECL, CMPDIL, WCL, SCCL, Sterlite, HCL, HZL, NALCO, BALCO, NTPC, L&T, Asian Paints etc). Regulators, (CPCB, SPCBs), Scientific (CSIR Labs, CIMFR, RRLs) & academic IITs, NITs, ISMU, etc.) Consultancy Organisations & NGOs.
The Department has organised about 90 training programmes with the training of about 1000 in-service personnel and other stakeholders and offers regular training of 1-2-4-6-13 weeks duration as per the requirements of the industry.
It also offers consultancy services to the industry in the areas of EIA, environmental management, air and water pollution control, wastewater management reclamation of degraded lands, solid waste management, noise abatement etc.
The Department has completed a number of R&D and consultancy projects by establishing linkages with various national and international organisations.
The Department has successfully completed three mega projects for building Environmental Management Capacity of Coal as well as Non-coal Sectors under World Bank aided projects of Coal India Ltd. and Ministry of Environment and Forests, Govt. of India, respectively.
The Department has resulted Manuals, Books and Compilations which serve the mineral industry as reference material.