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National Institute of Hydrology

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District: Haridwar (Uttarakhand)
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National Institute of Hydrology (NIH) is a premier organisation involved in Research and Development under Ministry of Water Resources, Government of India. NIH was established in 1978 with the main objective of undertaking, aiding, promoting and coordinating systematic and scientific work in all aspects of hydrology. It was established as an autonomous society and is fully funded and aided by the Ministry of Water Resources, Government of India. The Institute was declared as an S&T organisation in 1987. NIH has acquired the status of the premier Research Institution of India.

 
 
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 Course(s) Offered by National Institute of Hydrology  in Environmental Science
Hydrology Training
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Eligibility
The course is intended for engineers, scientists, and officers working in water resources/irrigation and other related departments of Central/State Govt and those who are in academic profession. Post-graduate and research scholars are encouraed to attend the course
 
Medium of Instruction
English
 
Other Details
Following topics shall be covered in this Course:
Trend analysis of hydrologic data
Downscaling techniques;
Introduction to remote sensing and GIS;
Hydrologic modelling (SWAT etc.)
Role of remote sensing and GIS in hydrologic modelling
Hydrologic modelling (with emphasis on climate change);
Adaptation/ mitigation.