M.Tech. in Water Resources EngineeringNational Institute of Technology
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National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur was established in the year 1986 and the Civil Engineering Department is part of the institute since its inception. Civil Engineering is considered to be the most versatile branch among all the engineering branches. It is the branch with lot of diversity right from structural to transportation engineering, environmental to hydrology to hydraulics engineering, geology to geo-technology to earthquake engineering; Civil Engineering can be considered as a single largest branch among all the engineering branches. Being one of the primary Engineering Departments of the Institute, the Department of Civil Engineering offers B. Tech., M. Tech. and Ph.D. degrees programmes, accredited by National Board of Accreditation for five years since January 2008 and has been imparting quality education to its students.
To provide quality education and training to our graduates to cope up with international standards.
To conduct regular continuing education and community development programmes.
To provide extension and consultancy services to Government, private, public and industrial sectors.
To excel in Industrial Research and consultancy with appropriate national and International linkages and to maintain highest standards in the field of Civil Engineering.
To be the best-rated departments in India and world in terms of teaching and quality, research contributions, high-end consultancy and academic leadership
Considering the growing need for technical manpower having expertise both in the quantitative as well as qualitative aspects of water resources, Department of Civil Engineering, NIT Hamirpur, introduced this 2 year fulltime postgraduate program in 2005 with an intake capacity of 18 students. The products of this program are expected to acquire necessary skills to address major water resources problems concerning all forms of its sustainable use. The students are trained to develop expertise in both theoreical and practical aspects of the Water Resources and Hydraulics Engineering.