P.hd in Soil and Water Engineering:Percolation tanksCollege of Agricultural Engineering and Technology
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P.hd in Soil and Water Engineering:Percolation tanks
Goals of the Department:
To develop technical manpower in the filed of Soil and Water Conservation Engineering, Irrigation & Drainage Engineering, and Natural Resources Management to match the requirements for education, research works, extension and execution by governments, corporate sectors and NGOs.
To conduct the research on water management technologies.
To create platform of water management technology for farmers.
To organize the agricultural fairs, exhibitions, demonstrations, seminars, workshop, short term trainings.
Taught Soil & Water Engineering courses as per UG norms to 15 batches of UG students during their degree programme and 5 batches of P.G. students.
Developed laboratories for UG and PG subject practical work.
Developed Instructional Farm for UG and PG research experiments, departmental research work as well as for demonstrating the advanced technologies for farmers.
Successfully competed three ICAR adhoc projects on irrigation water management.
Successfully executed one NWDPR project
Made ten research recommendations in the Research Council of our University
The department is offering is also offering the following Post Graduates course leading to M. Tech degree with specialization in Soil and Water Engineering.
Dimensional Analysis and Similitude
Optimization and System Analysis in Agricultural Engineering
Advanced Fluid Mechanics
Flow Through Porous Media
Advanced Soil Mechanics and Earthen Dams
Soil and Water Engineering
Ground Water Engineering
Open Channel Hydraulics
Farm Irrigation Systems Design
Farm Drainage Systems Design
Rainfall Runoff Modeling
Hydrology and Mechanics of Erosion
Land Development Engineering
Advanced Structures for Soil & Water Conservation
Advances in Drainage Research
Advanced Agricultural Hydrology
Command Area Development
Irrigation Water Management
Water Resources Planning and Management
Advances in Agricultural Engineering