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Courses Offered

Programmes offered by the School

The school has been actively involved in running an interdisciplinary engineering course for Master of Engineering in ‘Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering’ at Post Graduate level [4 Semesters (2 year)] since 2003.

The school also conducts Ph.D. (Engineering) courses since 1987.


Programme
Level of Study Cut-off marks at entry Total no. of students Year of Commencement
4 Semester M.E.
(Water Resources & Hydraulic Engineering)
Post Graduate
GATE + Admission Test/Interview
(As per University Norms)
18 per year
[GATE: 10(Gen)+ 3(SC/ST)
SPONSORED: 5]
2003
(Approved by AICTE in 2003)
6 Semester M.E.
(Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering)
Post Graduate
Admission Test/Interview
(As per University Norms)
18 per year
[All Self Sponsored]
2011
(Approved by AICTE in 2010)
Ph.D.
(Engineering /Science)
Doctoral
As per University Norms
15 (at present) 1987

The Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering course at School of Water Resources Engineering is primarily concerned with water related infrastructure in lakes, reservoirs, rivers & river basins, watershed development and its sustainable management, water supply system & conservation, enhancement of water use efficiency, water-system analysis, open channel flow & fluvial hydraulics, flow measurement and hydraulic engineering which are needed to enhance the beneficial and sustainable use of water, and to control water related problems in terms of quantity and quality. In this field of activity the stakeholders are plentiful, and usually represent a relatively complete cross-section of society: government agencies, public and private sector owners, planners, designers and implementers, professional associations, users of water and the public in general.

Four Semester
Master of Engineering Course
in
Water Resources & Hydraulic Engineering

OFFERED BY   : School of Water Resources Engineering, Faculty of Engineering & Technology, Jadavpur University

APPROVED BY : All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)

Credit Points Periods / Week Marks
L
P Exam. Sessional
First Semester
Three papers from Departmental Basket 3 × 3
3 × 3
- 3 × 100 -
Three papers from Interdisciplinary Basket 3 × 3
3 × 3
- 3 × 100 -
Laboratory I 3
-
4 - 100
Seminar I
-
3 - -
Total
18
7 600 100
Second Semester
Three papers from Departmental Basket 3 × 3
3 × 3
- 3 × 100 -
One paper from Interdisciplinary Basket 3
3
- 100 -
Term Paper Leading to Thesis 3
-
3 - 100
Laboratory II 3
-
3 - 100
Seminar II 3
-
3 - 100
Total
12
6 400 300
Third and Fourth Semester
Thesis/Project/Dissertation 12
-
- - 300
Viva Voice 0
-
- - 100
Total
-
- - 400
Grand Total 1800

1st SEMESTER: 

Departmental Basket of SWRE

No. Name of the Subject Course No. To be offered by
Paper 1
Aquatic Ecology & Environment
PG/DB/SWRE/01 School of Water Resources Engineering
Paper 2
Irrigation & Agronomy
or,
Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
PG/DB/SWRE/02

or
PG/DB/SWRE/03

School of Water Resources Engineering
Paper 3
Hydraulic Structure & Hydel
Power Engineering
or,
Hydraulics & Sediment Transport
PG/DB/SWRE/04

or

PG/DB/SWRE/05

School of Water Resources Engineering

Interdisciplinary Basket of SWRE

No. Name of the Subject Course No. To be offered by
Paper 4
Principle of Water Resources Engineering
PG/Int-B/SWRE/06 School of Water Resources Engineering
Paper 5
Water Works Engineering
PG/Int-B/SWRE/07 School of Water Resources Engineering
Paper 6
Free Surface Flow
PG/Int-B/SWRE/08 School of Water Resources Engineering

N.B. : Other subjects belonging to the interdisciplinary basket are also being offered by the other
Departments/Schools of Jadavpur University

  • Laboratory– I : Water & Wastewater Analysis Laboratory and Hydrology Laboratory
  • Seminar– I

2nd SEMESTER:

Departmental Basket of SWRE

No. Name of the Subject Course No. To be offered by
Paper 1
Advanced Hydrology
or,
Computational Hydro Dynamics
PG/DB/SWRE/09

or

PG/DB/SWRE/10

School of Water Resources Engineering
Paper 2
Ground Water Dynamics
or,
River Hydraulics & Engineering
PG/DB/SWRE/11

or

PG/DB/SWRE/12

School of Water Resources Engineering
Paper 3
Design of Water Resources System
PG/DB/SWRE/13 School of Water Resources Engineering

Interdisciplinary Basket of SWRE

No. Name of the Subject Course No. To be offered by
Paper 4
Water Resources Management
or,
Economics & Legal Aspects of
Water Resources
PG/Int-B/SWRE/14

or

PG/Int-B/SWRE/15

School of Water Resources Engineering

N.B. : Other subjects belonging to the interdisciplinary basket are also being offered by the other
Departments/Schools of Jadavpur University

  • Laboratory – II : Application Software Laboratory & Fluvial Hydraulics Laboratory
  • Term paper leading to Thesis
  • Seminar – II

3rd & 4th SEMESTER: 

Thesis & Vivavoce

Six Semester
Master of Engineering Course
in
Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering (2nd Shift)
APPROVED BY: All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)

OFFERED BY   : School of Water Resources Engineering, Faculty of Engineering & Technology, Jadavpur University

APPROVED BY : All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)

Credit Points Periods / Week Marks
L
P Exam. Sessional
First Semester
Three papers from Interdisciplinary Basket 3 × 3
3 × 3
- 3 × 100 -
Laboratory I 3
-
4 - 100
Total
9
4 300 100
Second Semester
Three papers from Departmental Basket 3 × 3
3 × 3
- 3 × 100 -
Laboratory II 3
-
3 - 100
Total
9
3 300 100
Third Semester
One papers from Interdisciplinary Basket 3
3
- 100 -
One papers from Departmental Basket 3
3
- 100 -
Seminar I 3
-
4 - 100
Total
6
4 200 400
Fourth Semester
Two papers from Departmental Basket 2 × 3
2 × 3
- 2 × 3 -
Term Paper Leading to Thesis 3
-
3 - 100
Total
6
3 200 100
Fifth and Sixth Semester
Thesis/Project/Dissertation 12
-
- - 300
Viva Voice 0
-
- - 100
Total
-
- - 400
Grand Total 1800

1st SEMESTER: 

Interdisciplinary Basket of SWRE

No. Name of the Subject Course No. To be offered by
Paper 1
Principle of Water Resources Engineering
PG/Int-B/SWRE/06 School of Water Resources Engineering
Paper 2
Free Surface Flow
PG/Int-B/SWRE/08 School of Water Resources Engineering
Paper 3
Water Works Engineering
PG/Int-B/SWRE/07 School of Water Resources Engineering

Laboratory– I : Water and Wastewater Analysis Laboratory and Hydrology Laboratory

2nd SEMESTER: 

Departmental Basket of SWRE

No. Name of the Subject Course No. To be offered by
Paper 4
Aquatic Ecology and Environment
PG/DB/SWRE/01 School of Water Resources Engineering
Paper 5
Irrigation and Agronomy
or,
Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
PG/DB/SWRE/02

or

PG/DB/SWRE/03

School of Water Resources Engineering
Paper 6
Hydraulic Structure and Hydel Power Engineering
or,
Hydraulics and Sediment Transport
PG/DB/SWRE/04

or

PG/DB/SWRE/05

School of Water Resources Engineering

Laboratory – II : Application Software Laboratory and Fluvial Hydraulics Laboratory

3rd SEMESTER: 

Departmental Basket of SWRE

No. Name of the Subject Course No. To be offered by
Paper 7
Advanced Hydrology
or,
Computational Hydro Dynamics
PG/DB/SWRE/09

or

PG/DB/SWRE/10

School of Water Resources Engineering

Interdisciplinary Basket of SWRE

No. Name of the Subject Course No. To be offered by
Paper 8
Water Resources Management
or,
Economics and Legal Aspects of Water Resources
PG/IntB/SWRE/14

or

PG/IntB/SWRE/15

School of Water Resources Engineering

Seminar – I

4th SEMESTER: 

Departmental Basket of SWRE

No. Name of the Subject Course No. To be offered by
Paper 9
Ground Water Dynamics
or,
River Hydraulics and Engineering
PG/DB/SWRE/11

or

PG/DB/SWRE/12

School of Water Resources Engineering
Paper 10
Design of Water Resources System
PG/DB/SWRE/13 School of Water Resources Engineering

Term paper leading to Thesis

5th & 6th SEMESTER: 

Thesis and Viva voce

SYLLABI

SYLLABI
for
THE MASTER OF ENGINEERING IN WATER RESOURCES & HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING

Departmental Basket

PG/DB/SWRE/01 : Aquatic Ecology & Environment

Greenhouse effect, Climate change, Global energy balance, Carbon cycle, Oxygen cycle, nitrogen, sulpher, phosphorous and other nutrients, Lakes and reservoirs, Dissolved oxygen balance and model, Water pollution and aquatic eco-system, Water and wastewater analysis, Municipal solid waste disposal techniques-leachate generation model, Extreme events, Environmental impact assessment (EIA), Environmental audit, etc.

Books :

  1. Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science : Gilbert M. Masters, Prentice Hall of India
  2. Environmental Engineering : Noward S. Peavy and Donald R. Rowe, McGraw Hill Book Company
  3. Chemistry for Environmental Engineering and Science: C. N. Sawyer, P. L. Mccarty & G. F. Parkin, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Ltd
  4. Freshwater Ecology (Concepts and Environmental Applications): Walter K. Dodds, Academic Press
  5. Water and Wastewater Technology : Mark J. Hammer, Prentice-Hall of India

PG/DB/SWRE/02 : Irrigation & Agronomy

Irrigation techniques and quality of irrigation water, Water requirement of crops, Soil moisture irrigation relationship, Water resources utilization and irrigation development, Investigation and preparation of irrigation projects, Methods of irrigation and water rates, Water use management, Measurement of water, Water logging and land reclamation, Causes and control of water logging, Improvement of irrigation efficiencies, Benefit cost ratios, Canal irrigation system, Design of irrigation channels, Lining of irrigation lands including definition and types, Economics of lining, Surface and sub-surface drainage, Estimation of crop water requirement, Estimation of irrigation water requirement, Scheduling irrigation, etc.
Agronomy and agro-ecosystem, Soil & its composition, Crop productivity, Climate and zoning, Soil fertility and fertilizer, Plant-water relation, Soil and water conservation, etc.

Books :

  1. Irrigation Water Management (Principles & Practice): Dilip Kumar Majumdar, Prentice Hall of India
  2. Irrigation Engineering & Hydraulic Structure : Santosh Kumar Garg, Khanna Publication
  3. Irrigation Engineering : R. K. Sharma and T. K. Sharma, S. Chand & Company
  4. Irrigation Theory & Practice : A.M. Michael, Vikas Publishing House
  5. Irrigation Engineering: Asawa, New Age International (P) Ltd.
  6. Soil and Water Conservation Engineering : Glen Schwabelliot & Glen Schwab, Wiley
  7. Soil Engineering in Theory and Practice : A. Singh, CBS Publishers

PG/DB/SWRE/03 : Geophysical Fluid Dynamics

Introduction to atmosphere, Structure of the atmosphere, Radiational and thermal regime of the atmosphere, Rotating coordinate frames, Equation of motion in rotating coordinate frames, Coriolis acceleration, The Rossby number, Flow in stratified field, Vorticity, Circulation, Kelvin’s theorem, Vorticity equation, Potential vorticity, Thermal wind, The Taylor – Proudman theorem, Geostrophic motion, Viscous motion – turbulent stress, Atmospheric boundary layer, Ekman layer, Inviscid shallow water waves, Mechanism of wind generated waves, Cyclone and Cyclone generated wave, Oceanic circulation, Mechanism of air-sea interaction and its modeling, etc.

Books :

  1. Geophysical Fluid Dynamics : R.S. Long
  2. The Theory of Rotating Fluids : Harvey Philip Greenspan, Cambridge University Press
  3. Natural Aerodynamics : P.S. Scorer, Pergamon Press, London
  4. Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Joseph Pedlosky, Springer
  5. Introduction to Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Benoit Cushman-Roisin, Prentice Hall

PG/DB/SWRE/04 : Hydraulic Structure & Hydel Power Engineering

Theories of seepage, Wave theory, Dams and barrages, Design of weirs & barrages, Dams in general – types & selection, Designing of reservoir capacity with capacity-elevation & area-elevation curves of a reservoir site, Design & construction of gravity dams, Water conveying channels and structures, Penstocks, Water hammer and surge tanks, Gates in hydraulic installations, Spillways, River training and control works, Wind generated waves, Shallow and deep water waves, Storm surges, Harbour resonance, Hydraulic loading on structures – static and dynamic effects, Codes of practice, Design and construction of offshore structures, Water for hydroelectric generation, Tidal power – Principle, Components, Ebb-cycle, Tide-cycle, Estimate of energy & power, etc.

Books :

  1. Hydraulics in Civil and Environmental Engineering : Andrew Chadwick, John Morfett and Martin Borthwick, Allen & Unwin Publishers
  2. Engineering for Dams: William Pitcher Creager, Joel De Witt Justin, Julian Hinds (Vol. I, II, III), Chapman & Hall, Ltd.
  3. Design of Dams Percolation and Erosion : Serge Leliavsky, Chapman and Hall
  4. Concrete Dams: R.S. Varshney, Oxford & IBH Pub. Co.
  5. Hydraulic Structures (Vol. I & II) : (Ed) M. M. Grishin, Mir Publishers, Moscow
  6. Hydraulic Structures : Novak, Taylor & Francis
  7. Water Power Engineering: Dandekar & Sharma, Vikas Publishing Houses Pvt. Ltd

PG/DB/SWRE/05 : Hydraulics & Sediment Transport

Real-fluid flow, viscous incompressible flow, Navier-Stokes equations, RANS, Laminar and turbulent boundary layer, Turbulence and coherent structure of flow, Reynolds stresses, Skin friction, Form drag and lift, Flow in pipes and closed conduits, Pressure surge in conduits, Hydraulic conduits. etc.Sediment properties, Universal soil loss equation, Initiation of motion – Shields’ diagram, Regime concept, Modes of sediment transport, Bed load, Bed form mechanics,, Effective bed roughness, Armouring, Suspended load, Total load, Transport of sediment due to unsteady flow, Meandering of rivers, Braided river, Local scour at different structures, Sediment sampling, Design of stable channels, Seepage effects, Mathematical models of sediment transport, etc.

Books :

  1. Sediment Transport (Theory and Practice): C. T. Yang, McGraw Hill. International Edition
  2. Sediment and Ecohydraulics (INTERCOH 2005) : Tetsuya Kusuda (Contributor: HiroyukiYamanishi, Jeremy, Spearman, Joseph Z. Gailani), Elsevier Publisher
  3. Viscous Fluid Flow : F. M. White, McGraw Hill International
  4. Mechanics of Sediment Transportation and Alluvial Stream Problems: R. J. Garde, K. G. Ranga Raju, New Age International Publishers
  5. Sediment Transport (in 3 parts), ASCE : Leo C. van Rijn
  6. Hydraulic Structures : Novak, Taylor & Francis
  7. Loose Boundary Hydraulics: A.J. Roudkivi, Pergamon Press, 1967
  8. Sediment Transport (A Geophysical Phenomenon) : A. Gyr, Klaus Hoyer and Albert Gyr, Springer
  9. Fundamentals of Fluvial Geomorphology: Ro Charlton, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
  10. Hydraulics in Civil and Environmental Engineering : Andrew Chadwick, John Morfett and Martin Borthwick, Allen & Unwin, Spon Press London and New York
  11. Mechanics of Fluids: Bernard. Stanford Massey, revised by John Ward Smith, Taylor & Francis

Interdisciplinary Basket

PG/DB/SWRE/06 : Principle of Water Resources Engineering

Water resources – global perspective, Fields of water resources engineering, Hydrological cycle, Precipitation and its measurement, Raingauge networking, Precipitation data processing & analysis, Abstractions of precipitation, Hydrological data and their measurements, Streamflow measurement and analysis, Runoff – flow-duration curve, Flow mass curve, Hydrograph – its components, UH, S-curve, IUH, Flood routing, Hydrologic storage routing & channel routing, Flood flows – estimation and control measures, Flood forecasting techniques, Surface water and storage reservoir, Conveyance of surface water through river intakes and dam outlet, Groundwater hydrology – Well hydraulics, Drainage and reclamation of water logged lands, Water quality, Desalination of brackish water, Cost benefit considerations in water resources planning etc.

Books :

  1. Water Resources Engineering : Larry W. Mays, John Wiley & Sons
  2. Water Resources Engineering : Ray K Linsley, Joseph B Franzini, David L Freyberg and George Tchobanoglous, McGraw-Hill
  3. Principles of Water Resources Planning : Alvin S. Goodman, Prentice Hall of India
  4. Engineering Hydrology : R. S. Varshney, Nem Chand Publisher
  5. Hand Book of Applied Hydrology: (Ed) Ven T. Chow, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Ltd.
  6. Remote Sensing in Hydrology : E.T. Engman & R.J. Gurney, Chapman and Hall
  7. Engineering Hydrology: K. Subramanya, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Ltd.
  8. Water Resources Engineering : Linseley, Tata McGraw Hill International Editions
  9. Flow in Open Channels: K. Subramanya, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Ltd.
  10. Elementary Hydrology : Vijay Pratap Singh, Prentice Hall of India

PG/DB/SWRE/07 : Water Works Engineering

Water quality, Water treatment processes, Basic design consideration, Pre-design, Raw water intake, Screening and aeration, Water conveyance, Flow measurement and pumping, Coagulation, Flocculation and Precipitation, Sedimentation, filtration, colour, taste and odor control, Disinfections and fluoridation, Water quality, Clear well, High service pumps and distribution system, Residual processing and disposal, Plant siting, layout, Yard piping and hydraulic profile, Process control, Non conventional water treatment processes and design etc.

Books :

  1. Water Treatment Plant Design : ASCE and AWWA
  2. Water Treatment Principle & Design: J.M. Montgomery, John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
  3. Water Supply and Sewerage : T.J. McGhee, McGraw Hill International
  4. Water Works Engineering – Planning, Design & Operation : Qasim Syed R., Motley Edward M., Zhu Guang, Prentice Hall of India
  5. Water Treatment – Trouble Shooting and Problem Solving : G.M. Tillman, Taylor & Francis Ltd
  6. Water Treatment Processes – Simple Optics: S. Vigneswaran & C. Visvanathan, CRC Press Inc.
  7. Elements of Water Supply and Wastewater – Fair, G.M.; Gayer, J.C. and Okun, D.A. Willey
  8. Manual of Water Supply and Treatment : CPHEEO, Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 1999
  9. Water Treatment Principles and Design : Montogomery, J.M., John Willey & Sons.
  10. Water Supply Systems : New Technologies; Edited by Maksimovic, Calomino & Snoxell : Springer
  11. Water Quality and Treatment : AWWA, 5th Edition, 1999
  12. Microbial Quality of Water Supply in Distribution System : Edwin E. Goldrich, Lewis Publishers
  13. Chemistry of Environmental Engineering–Sawyer, C.N.; McCarthy, P.L.; Parkin, G.E., McGraw-Hill

PG/DB/SWRE/08 : Free Surface Flow

Classification, Energy and momentum in free surface flow, Critical flow, Uniform flow, Design of non-erodible, Erodible channels & grassed channels, Concepts of boundary layer, Surface roughness, Velocity distribution & instability of uniform flow, Gradually varied flow – spatially varied flow, rapidly varied flow, Flow over spillways, Supercritical flows and oblique flows, Hydraulic jump, Gradually varied & rapidly varied unsteady flow, Wave propagation and surge in canals, Discharge measuring methods, Free surface flow in closed conduits, etc.

Books :

  1. Open-Channel Hydraulics: Ven Te Chow, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Ltd.
  2. Hand Book of Applied Hydraulics : Calvin Victor Davis and Kenneth E. Sorensen
  3. Open-Channel Flow : M. Hanif Choudhury, Prentice Hall of India
  4. Engineering Hydraulics: Hunter Rouse, John Wiley & Sons
  5. Hydraulics in Civil and Environmental Engineering : Andrew Chadwick, John Morfett and Martin Borthwick, Allen & Unwin, Spon Press London and New York

Departmental Basket

PG/DB/SWRE/09 : Advanced Hydrology

Hydrograph, Distribution graph for runoff generation, Complex storm hydrograph, Synthetic UH generation techniques, IUH generation techniques, UH generation from IUH, SCS runoff curve number method, Snow hydrology, Snow formation and accumulation, Melting of snowpack, Snowmelt indices, Effect of snowpack condition on runoff, Snowmelt hydrograph synthesis, Fluvial geomorphology, Models for hydrologic abstraction processes, Aspects of arid zone hydrology, Probable maximum precipitation – Estimation, Types of catchment model components and Construction, Analysis of time series data – Generation of synthetic hydrologic data, Forest hydrology, etc.

Books :

  1. Urban Hydrology : A Multidisciplinary Perspective : Timothy R. Lazaro, CRC Press
  2. Applied Hydrology: R. K. Linsley Jr., MA Kohler, and JLH Paulhus, McGraw-Hill Book Co.
  3. Environmental Hydrology : Andy D. Ward and Stanley W. Trimble, Lewis Publishers
  4. Applied Hydrology: Ven Te Chow, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Ltd.
  5. Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering : S. K. Garg, Khanna Publishers
  6. Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering : K. C. Patra, Narosa Publishing House
  7. Applied Hydrology: K. N. Mutreja, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Ltd.
  8. Facets of Hydrology : (Ed.) J. C. Rodda, John Wiley & Sons
  9. Hydrology & Hydraulic Systems : Ram S. Gupta, Waveland Press Inc
  10. Hydrology: An Introduction to Hydrologic Science : By Rafael L. Bras
  11. Introduction to Hydrology : Warren Viessman, John W. Knapp, Gary L. Lewis, IEP Publisher
  12. Engineering & Hydrology: Principles & Practices : V. M Ponce, Prentice Hall of India

PG/DB/SWRE/10 : Computational Hydro Dynamics

Ordinary and Partial differential equations, Well-posed, ill-posed problem, Finite difference schemes, Stencil diagrams, Basic aspect of discretization, Truncation error, Implicit and explicit types, Accuracy, Convergence, Errors and stability analysis, von Neumann method, CFL condition, Some hydrodynamic techniques – Lax-Wendroff, MacCormack, Crank-Nicolson, staggered grid, ADI, ADE, pressure correction, SIMPLE and SOLA algorithm, Method of characteristics, Finite element method- variational and weighted residual formulations, Applications to steady and unsteady flows, Pollutant dispersion, flood wave propagation, Tidal model, Applications with computer programming, etc.

Books :

  1. Computational Fluid Dynamics: John D. Anderson, Jr., Tata McGraw Hill International Editions
  2. Computational Fluid Dynamics: T. J. Chung, Cambridge University Press
  3. Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer: Series in Computational and Physical Processes in Mechanics and Thermal Sciences : John C. Tannehill, Dale A. Anderson and Richard H. Pletcher, Taylor & Francis Publishers
  4. Computational Methods in Surface/Subsurface Flow & Transport Problems: Computational Methods in Water Resources XI, Volume 1& 2 : A. A. Aldama and J. Aparicio
  5. Computational Fluid Dynamics: Principles and Applications : J. Blazek, Elsevier Science
  6. Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics: Joel H. Ferziger, Milovan Peric, Springer
  7. Fundamentals of Computational Fluid Dynamics : Harvard Lomax, Thomas H. Pulliam, David W. Zingg, Springer

PG/DB/SWRE/11 : Ground Water Dynamics

Occurrence of groundwater – origin & distribution of groundwater, Geologic formation as aquifers, Groundwater movement, Groundwater flow in unsaturated zones and fractured media, Hydro-geologic investigation, 3-D general flow equations, Groundwater and well hydraulics, Response of confined and unconfined aquifers to pumping, Leaky confined aquifers and partially penetrating wells, surface & subsurface investigation of groundwater, Artificial recharge, Saline water intrusion, Groundwater modeling, etc.

Books :

  1. Ground Water Hydrology: David Keith Todd, John Wiley & Sons.
  2. Fundamentals of Groundwater : Franklin W. Schwartz, Hubao Zhang, Publisher Wiley
  3. Water Resources Engineering : Ralph A. Wurbs and Wesley P. James, Prentice Hall of India
  4. Groundwater Flow and Mass Transport Modelling (Theory and Applicatons) : M. Thangarajan
  5. Ground Water : H. M. Raghunath, New Age International Publishers
  6. Ground Water : R. Allan Freeze, John A. Cherry, Prentice Hall of India
  7. Environmental Geology-An Earth System Science Approach : Dorothy Merritts, Andrew De Wet & Kirsten Menking
  8. Applied Hydrology of Fractured Rocks : B. B. S. Singhal and R. P. Gupta, Springer
  9. Groundwater Resources Development : L. Hamill and F. J. Bell, Butterworth Publisher
  10. Construction Dewatering and Groundwater Control: J.Patrick Powers, Arthur B. Corwin, Paul C. Schmall and Walter E. Kaeck, John Wiley & Sons. Inc.

PG/DB/SWRE/12 : River Hydraulics & Engineering

River morphology, Meandering, Sediment transport, Measurement of stream flow and sediment, Stabilization and rectification of rivers, Dredging, Inland navigation, Canalization, Diversion and cofferdams, Levees and associated flood control works, River model, Channel control and Transitions, Discharge measurement methods, Flow resistance, Composite roughness and compound channels, Continuity and dynamic equations of unsteady flow, Method of characteristics, Dam-break problem, Density current, Flow in channel bends, Tides and surges in rivers, etc.

Books :

  1. River Engineering : Margaret S. Petersen, Prentice Hall of India
  2. Fundamentals of Fluvial Geomorphology: Ro Charlton, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
  3. Loose Boundary Hydraulics: Arved. J. Raudkivi, Netherland: Balkema, 1998. ISBN : 90-5410-448-1
  4. Fluvial Processes in River Engineering : H. H. Chnag, John Wiley and Sons
  5. River Mechanics : Pierre Y. Julien, Cambridge University Press
  6. River Basin Planning: Theory and Practice: Suranjit K. Saha & Christopher J. Barrow, J. Wiley & Sons
  7. Hydraulics in Civil and Environmental Engineering : Andrew Chadwick, John Morfett and Martin Borthwick, Allen & Unwin, Spon Press London and New York

PG/DB/SWRE/13 : Design of Water Resources System

Feasibilities of water resources development, Planning alternatives, Storm water management: Design of storm sewers and detention, Highway drainage and culverts, Spillway and energy dissipater, Pipeline distribution network, Probability risk and uncertainty analysis, Design of water harvesting structures, Design of water intake stations, Design of water treatment plant, Design of irrigation systems, etc.

Books :

  1. Water Resources Systems Engineering : Warren A. Hall, John A. Dracup, McGraw-Hill
  2. Water Resources: Environmental Planning, Management, and Development: Asit Kumar Biswas, McGraw-Hill
  3. River Basin Planning: Theory and Practice: Suranjit K. Saha & Christopher J. Barrow, J. Wiley & Sons
  4. Water Resources Systems Planning and Management (Developments in Water Science) : Sharad Kumar Jain, V. P. Singh, Elsevier
  5. Water Resources Engineering : Larry W. Mays, John Wiley & Sons
  6. Water Resources Engineering : Ralph A. Wurbs & Wesley P. James, Prentice Hall of India

Interdisciplinary Basket

PG/DB/SWRE/14 : Water Resources Management

Management of hydrological data, Linear Programming and its application in water resources development, Inventory control, Analysis of risk and uncertainties, Dynamics programming Statistical decision model, Water policies and institutional aspects of management of water resources, Hierarchical modeling of water resources development, Management of watersheds and water quality, Reservoir & stream flow routing, probability, Risk and uncertainty analysis, etc.
Urban water supply planning/management, Cost-benefit analysis in water resources planning, Planning of watersheds, Watershed behavior and conservation practices, Trans-boundary water resources, National water policy, water withdrawals & uses, etc.

Books :

  1. Water Management (Technology and Institutions) : Warren Viessman Jr. and Claire Welty, Harper & Row Publisher
  2. Water Resources Systems Planning and Management (Developments in Water Science) : Sharad Kumar Jain, V. P. Singh, Elsevier
  3. Water Resources Engineering : Larry W. Mays, John Wiley & Sons
  4. Water Resources Engineering : Ralph A. Wurbs & Wesley P. James, Prentice Hall of India
  5. Modeling Water Qualities and Management : Asit K. Biswas
  6. Hierarchical Analyses of Water Resources Systems: Modeling and Optimization: Yacov Y. Haimes, McGraw-Hill International Book Co.
  7. Waste Water Engineering Treatment and Reuse: George Tchobanoglous, Metcalf & Eddy, Franklin L. Burton, Metcalf & Eddy, H. David Stensel, McGraw-Hill Professional
  8. Sustainable Water Management Solutions for Large Cities : Dragan A. Savic and Mignel A./li>
  9. Principle of Water Resources History, Development, Management, Policy: Thomas V. Cech, John Wiley

PG/DB/SWRE/15 : Economics & Legal Aspects of Water Resources

Eco-system, Interrelation of ecological elements in cultural landscape, Ecological zoning, Ecology of river, lake,. Estuaries wetlands etc., Conservation of wetlands, Principles of law applied to water rights and water allocation, Analysis of the laws and administrative structure that constitute the institutional framework of the environmental aspects of water resources management, Order in priorities, Legislation of different uses of water, Legislation on harmful effects of water, Controlling the use of water, Environmental constraints on water development project, Declaration of protected areas of zones, Water quality standards for drinking water, Standards for water re-use, International aspects of water, International Water Resources Law, International case law, International and Bilateral Rivers.

Books :

  1. Water rights and Principles of Water Resources Management : C. Singh, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi
  2. Water Law in Historical Perspective: L.A. Teclaff, Hein & co., Buffalo, N.Y.
  3. Environmental Law and Policy in India : S. Divam & A. Rosencranz, OUP
  4. Environment & Pollution Law Manual : S. K. Mohanty, Universal Law Publishing House
  5. Integrated Environmental Planning : James K. Lein, Blackwell publisher

Laboratory – I : Water & Wastewater Analysis Laboratory and Hydrology Laboratory

  1. Rainfall Data collection by Natural Syphon Recording type Raingauge and determination of mass curve & hyetograph from the obtained chart
  2. Determination of infiltration rate by Double Ring type Infiltromete
  3. Measurement of permeability
  4. Determination of rate of evaporation through Pan Evaporimeter

Determination of following parameters:

1

Dissolved Oxygen (DO)

2

Turbidity

3

Bio-chemical Oxygen Demand (BOD)

4

Sulphate

5

Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD)

6

Phosphate

7

TSS (Total Suspended Solid)

8

Chloride

9

TDS (Total Dissolved Solid)

10

pH  Value

11

Electrical Conductivity

12

Nitrate

13

Bacteriological Parameters

14

Iron

15

Arsenic

16

Hardness

17

Oil & Grease

 

Books :

  1. Vogel’s Qualitative Inorganic Analysis (17th Ed.) : G. Svehla, Pearson Education
  2. Chemistry for Environmental Engineering and Science: Calir N.Sawyer, Perry L. McCarty & Gene F. Parkin, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd.
  3. Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Waste Water : American Public Health Association Inc., New York
  4. Hand book of Advanced Waste Water Treatment: Russel L Culp and Gordan L Culp. Van Mostrand. Reinhold Co. New York

Laboratory – II : Application Software Laboratory & Fluvial Hydraulics Laboratory

Application Software Laboratory:

  1. G.I.S. Tool in Watershed Development
  2. HEC -HMS Software
  3. Water CAD Professional
  4. Artificial Neural Network (ANN)
  5. Surface Water Modelling System (SMS 9.0)
  6. Ground Water Modelling System (GMS 6.0)
  7. Visual Modflow

Fluvial Hydraulics Laboratory:

  1. Field measurement of velocity by Current Meter (Propeller Type)
  2. Velocity measurement by Pitot Tube
  3. Velocity & Discharge measurement by Ultrasonic Flow Meter
  4. Depth measurement by Echo-Sounder
  5. Sieve Analysis

Field survey by Electronic Total Station