About the Course
This course provides comprehensive discussion on fresh water which is finite and vulnerable resource, essential to sustain life, development, and environment. Freshwater governance is inter-agency, multi-jurisdictional and interdisciplinary in nature. Policies, regulations and programs have to be flexible to accommodate the mandates of water management agencies at all levels of governance.
The course will incorporate multi-dimensional nature of water management and the institutional framework needed through appropriate government policies and programs from time. IWRM as envisaged by several International agencies focuses mainly on economic aspects as it is more driven by developed countries. Social, cultural, religious, and indigenous uses of water, the role rural women particularly in developing countries are not specifically included.
The course will highlight these aspects through interactive sessions with participants to share their experiences with their local, regional and national experiences and international initiatives from Canada, US, Europe and Russia.
Students or faculty from academic/research institutions, Executives, engineers and researchers from private service and government organizations including R&D laboratories.
Participants from abroad : US $500
Industry/ Research Organizations : Rs. 5,000
Faculty from other Institutions : Rs. 3,000
Students from other Institutions: Rs. 1,000
The above fee includes instructional materials.
Payment to be made through NEFT. The details are as follows:
Name of Account Holder : GIAN-CIVIL
Account Number :50470958055
Bank & Branch : Allahabad Bank, Hanumanthnagar Branch
IFSC Code : ALLA0212011
MICR Code : 560010007
The participants will be provided with accommodation based on availability on payment basis.
All course registrations will be processed via the national GIAN portal, where Rs. 500/- one-time fee is payable in addition to the above amount.
Phone: +91 9448412011