Rural Water Resources Management

Course Duration: 12 weeks

Prof. Pennan Chinnasamy

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  • Humanities and Social Sciences

Water is the most important resource in India, given India is still an agrarian nation and most industries need water. India is the highest extractor of groundwater in the world and it is necessary to understand water resource issues and concerns so that water resources management activities can be scientifically formulated and validated. A focused course on water management is necessary to sensitize the students on the actual issues and how to manage, adapt and mitigate. In addition, good water management is key for attaining sustainable development goals, protecting a country against climate change extremes and for promoting industrial growth in India.

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Prof. Pennan Chinnasamy obtained his Masters degree in Physics from Wesleyan University, Connecticut -US, followed by a doctoral degree, with focus on hydrology, from University of Missouri, US. After his Research fellow position with Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE), he joined the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) as a Researcher (Geohydrology and Remote Sensing), and was stationed in Nepal and Indian offices, where he focused on climate change impacts on under developed and developing nations. He then joined Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, as a Senior Researcher developing real time flood predicting models for Singapore

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  • Course Duration
    29 h 37 m 28 s
  • Course Level
    Intermediate
  • Student Enrolled
    20
  • Language
    English
This Course Includes
  • 29 h 37 m 28 s Video Lectures
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