PG Diploma in Water, Wastewater & Health

Chhattisgarh University
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  • Post Graduate Diploma
  • Distance learning
  • Raipur
  • Duration:
    1 Year
Description

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Starts Location
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Raipur
Boir-gaon kala,Gariaband Tehsil, Distt. Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India
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· Requirements

B.Sc. / Graduate (with 3 year Experience)

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Course programme

PG Diploma in Water, Wastewater & Health

This PG Diploma will help develop expertise in water reclamation, wastewater collection and treatment, safety, health and environmental management. Through this diploma programme, students will gain essential knowledge and skills related to water and wastewater management. The course aims to meet the needs of the regulatory, industrial and service sectors involved in water and environmental management. Its principal aims are: To study the relationship between water, sanitation (excreta, wastewater and refuse) and health; To study the sociological aspects of water supply and sanitation; To study the institutional framework for water supply and sanitation project planning and execution.

Subject Information
Lateral Entry : Not Available
Credit Transfer : Not Available
# YEAR-1
Introduction to Water, Wastewater & Health
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Basic Treatment Technologies for Water & Waste
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Water Law & Regulations
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Source Water Protection
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Chemical & Microbial Contaminants
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Career Opportunities
Graduates of this programme will work as plant operators as well as waste water treatment plant operators with both indoors and outdoors and may be exposed to noise from machinery and unpleasant odors. They must pay close attention to safety procedures for they may be confronted with hazardous conditions, such as slippery walkways, dangerous gases, and malfunctioning equipment. Also have bright future aspects with local governments. Some worked for private water supply and sanitary services companies, which increasingly provide operation and management services to local governments on a contract basis.