ICID is committed to the aim of efficient utilization of water in different sectors, namely agriculture, flood management, irrigation, and drainage. Considering the dynamic nature of water management; we promote global knowledge sharing through our international multidisciplinary network of veterans. In order to strengthen our network and to let all the sectors benefit from it, we have the option of Direct membership (DM).
Individuals, professionals, researchers, institutions, and officers of the government or non-government agencies; and companies, with aligned interests with the commission can become our direct members either way; while their respective country has a National Committee or not.
A professional integrated supplier of water-saving irrigation systems in Research & Development, manufacturing and sales of water-saving irrigation materials and engineering design, construction and service for water conservancy projects.
Contact : Mr. Wang Dong, Chairman of Board
Address : No.10&, Minwang Road, Jingbin Industrial Park, Wuqing District, Tianjin City 301712
Telephone : ~86-22-59679303, Fax: +86-22-59679307
Email : email@example.com
Website : http://www.dyjs.com
As the pioneer of introducing Ductile Iron Pipes in India, the Electrosteel Group has established itself as an international brand that values commitment to excellence. With five decades of experience, Electrosteel Castings has been fulfilling its vision of ?Carrying life to people, safe drinking water for all.? Being the country?s leading pipeline solutions provider, Electrosteel has been providing clean drinking water to millions - a promise of quality that has led it to achieve international benchmarks and recognition worldwide as a global leader that understands the priorities of the customer across 35 countries.
What started off as Electrosteel Castings, a Steel Castings and Cast Iron Spun Pipe manufacturing company, evolved in time into a pioneer in manufacturing Ductile Iron Pipes and Fittings. Presently, over 60% of its products are exported around the world and Electrosteel has its subsidiaries in 11 countries.
With respect to strengthening India?s own infrastructure, Electrosteel ventured into the Steel Manufacturing industry through its promoted Company - Electrosteel Steels Limited. An Integrated Steel Plant has been set up which is capable of producing 2.5 Million metric tonnes of Hot Metal, which is further processed into Pig Iron, Billets, TMT Bars, Wire Rods and Ductile Iron Pipes.
Contact : Mr. Sabarna Roy, Vice President & Head (Business Development)
Address : 7th Floor, G.K. Tower, 19 Camac Street, Kolkata 700017
Telephone : ~91 33 22839990 / 71034400 Extn. 479 (Office)
Mobile : ~91 9830066086 / 9836806086
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : http://www.electrosteel.com
Irrigation Australia Ltd was founded in 2007, following the merger of ANCID and Irrigation Australia Association and is Australia~s peak national organisation representing the Australian irrigation industry in all sectors from water users, consultants, designers and installers through to educational institutions, government, manufacturers and retailers.
Irrigation Australia is also the Australian representative body of the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID) At Irrigation Australia we are committed to leading the irrigation industry into the future by providing, regulating and facilitating education and certification program that improves the industry standards and provides practical solutions for the efficient use of water in irrigation.
Additionally, Irrigation Australia has been active in the areas of education and certification, both in our capacity as a registered training organisation (RTO 91313) and in an advisory capacity to government regulatory authorities.
We also partner and work with like-minded affiliated organisations including the Australian Water Partnership, Rainwater Harvesting Australia, Water Industry Alliance, National Irrigators~ Council, Pump Industry Australia, Irrigation New Zealand and the Australian Hydrographers Association.
Irrigation Australia also hosts the biennial Irrigation Australia Conference and Exhibition which offers seminars on essential irrigation topics with key speakers from government, agriculture, and horticulture, as well as environmental and landscape industries. A major industry trade show is also held in conjunction with the conference which provides a great opportunity for our industry colleagues to meet and learn more about new industry products, services and technology available. Future trends in water supply and irrigation are demonstrated at this internationally recognised Conference.
In September 2020, Irrigation Australia and the ICID Australian National Committee (IACID) are hosting the 24th International Congress and 71st International Executive Council Meeting combining it with our biennial Irrigation Australia Conference and Exhibition – the biggest irrigation event in the southern hemisphere. ICID delegates will be able to attend the local conference sessions and our large international exhibition in addition to the comprehensive ICID program. The theme for the the congress is “Innovation and research in agricultural water management to achieve sustainable development goals”.
Contact : Bryan Ward, CEO
Address : 11/58 Metroplex Avenue, Murarrie, QLD 4172
Telephone : ~61 7 3517 4000
Email : email@example.com
Website : http://www.irrigationaustralia.com.au
M/s Ningbo Yaofeng Hydraulic Electrics Co., Ltd., specializes in the irrigation products including the irrigation solenoids and 1/8 inch to 4 inch water valves, professional irrigation Solenoid and Water Valve Supplier. YaoFeng has more than 40 years of extraordinary manufacturing experience of irrigation products especially irrigation solenoids and valves. YaoFeng has a professional team equipped with latest technology to bring out world class products. The injection workshop, machining workshop, and valve testing center are examples for quality production.
Contact : Ms. Sabrina Seven, Deputy General Manager
Address : Hehua Bridge, Yunlong Town, Yinzhou District, Ningbo city, Zhejiang Province
Telephone : 86-0574-88345768
Mobile : 86-18957812511
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : http://www.irririchvalve.com
WAPCOS Limited is a “MINI RATNA-I” Public Sector Enterprise under the aegis of the Union Ministry of Water Resources, Ganga Rejuvenation & River Development. Incorporated on June 26th, 1969 under the Companies Act, 1956; WAPCOS has been providing consultancy services in all facets of Water Resources, Power and Infrastructure Sectors in India and Abroad. The quality management systems of WAPCOS comply with the Quality Assurance requirements of ISO 9001:2008 for Consultancy Services in Water Resources, Power and Infrastructure Development Projects. Company~s Vision is “To be a Premier Consultancy Organization recognized as a Brand in Water, Power and Infrastructure Development for Total Project Solutions in India and Abroad”.Main Fields of specialization of the Company cover Irrigation and Drainage, Flood Control and Land Reclamation, River Management, Dams, Reservoir Engineering and Barrages, Integrated Agriculture Development, Watershed Management, Hydropower and Thermal Power Generation, Power Transmission and Distribution, Rural Electrification, Ground Water Exploration, Minor Irrigation, Water Supply and Sanitation (Rural and Urban), Environmental Engineering including Environmental Impact Assessment and Environmental Audit, Ports and Harbours and Inland Waterways, Roads & Bridges; Rain Water Harvesting; Ghats Development; Survey & Investigations, System Studies & Information Technology, City Development Plans, Financial Management Systems, Quality Control and Construction Supervision, Roads & Bridges. The Company provides concept to commissioning services for developmental projects in India and Abroad. WAPCOS? spectrum of services covers a wide range of activities e.g. Pre-Feasibility Studies, Feasibility Studies, Simulation Studies, Diagnostic Studies, Socio-Economic Studies, Master Plans & Regional Development Plans, Field Investigations, Detailed Engineering Including Designs, Detailed Specifications, Tendering Process, Contract Management & Construction (DM/COR/1001/2019-21)
Contact : Mr. R.K. Gupta, Chairman-cum-Managing Director
Address : “Kailash” 5th Floor, 26 Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi-110001
Telephone : ~91-11- 23313881, 23313502
Mobile : ~91-11- 23314924
Email : email@example.com
Website : http://www.wapcos.gov.in
Agricultural Growth of Rural India (AGRI) is an ISO 9001:2015 certified national level development organization and is officially registered under the Section 21 of the Societies Act 1860 as well as with the NGO DARPAN of NITI Aayog, Government of India (UID: UP/2017/0150056). AGRI is officially empanelled by the Department of Agriculture, Odisha and National Horticulture Mission, Chhattisgarh for training programs, exposure visits and international study tours. AGRI is engaged in a variety of activities for all-round agricultural and rural development with an intense focus on agriculture-related information dissemination, training, capacity building, and technology exposure by organizing workshops, rural marketing events, domestic and overseas trade and technology exposure visit programs for farmers, extension officers, policy makers and agriculture sector professionals under various Government of India and state-level schemes such as ATMA, NHM, MIDH, NLM and PMKSY, among others. Since inception, almost 20,000 farmers, extension officers and state-level decision makers have benefitted from AGRI~s capacity development activities within India, Israel, Spain and the USA. AGRI has an active collaboration with various central and state government agencies, agricultural universities and research institutes, NABARD, NGO~s and rural development organizations in India as well as premier institutions abroad. The annual number of training and exposure visit programs organized by AGRI has increased dramatically from just 5 programs in 2011 to almost 100 programs at present for farmers and officers of 86 districts of 8 states including Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, West Bengal, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand
Contact : Mr. Shailendra Bahadur Pal, Director
Address : C-7, 1st Floor, Sai Chowk, Madhu Vihar, I.P. Extension, Delhi, 110092, India
Telephone : ~91 9953506076, 7217627655, 9350005212, 9350005213
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : http://agri.ind.in/
The Asian Development Bank was conceived in the early 1960s as a financial institution that would be Asian in character and foster economic growth and cooperation in one of the poorest regions in the world. ADB assists its members, and partners, by providing loans, technical assistance, grants, and equity investments to promote social and economic development. ADB is composed by 67 members, 48 of which are from the Asia and Pacific region. ADB offers a range of financial products that help developing member countries (DMCs) build economic growth and social development. These tools include loans, technical assistance and grants.
Public sector (sovereign) financing is extended to DMC governments and public sector entities, such as state-owned enterprises. Sovereign lending or financing secured by a government guarantee forms the greater part of ADB~s development assistance.
As a catalyst for private investments, ADB provides direct financial assistance to provide sector projects. While ADB~s participation is usually limited, it leverages a large amount of funds from commercial sources to finance these projects. Projects must also have clear development impacts and/or demonstration effects that go beyond the benefits captured in the financial rate of return.
ADB partners with official funding agencies—bilateral as well as multilateral—in financing ADB-assisted projects and programs, either for technical assistance activities or components of investment projects.
Contact : Mr. Gil-Hong Kim, Senior Director, Sector Advisory Service Division
Address : Sustainable Development and Climate Change Department, 6 ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong City 1550, Metro Manila, Philippines
Telephone : ~632 632 4289
Email : email@example.com
Website : http://www.abd.org
The Central Board of Irrigation and Power (CBIP), is a Premier Institution set up by the Government of India in the 1927. CBIP has been rendering dedicated services to the professional organizations, engineers and individuals in the country related to Power, Water Resources and Renewable Energy Sectors for more than eight decades. CBIP has grown into an eminent organization of international importance while serving the nation equally with great distinction. CBIP is Indian chapter for more than 10 international organizations related to Power & Water resources sectors (ISRM, IGS, INHA, CIGRE, IASH, IWRA, IAEGTD, NDC-WWC, TAI, INCOLD, SPE, etc.).
CBIP had been coordinating and monitoring R&D activities, assisting in specific case studies/problems, documentation and dissemination of the results/findings of Research Projects to the practising engineers under the Research Scheme on Power – (RSOP), Research Scheme on River Valley Projects (RSRVP), Research Scheme on Flood Control (RSFC) and Research Scheme on Plasticulture Development (RSPD). Funds for Research Schemes under RSRVP and RSFC were provided by Ministry of Water Resources and for RSOP by Ministry of Power.
The Board publishes Technical Literature and journals including manuals, guidelines, specifications, etc., (related to the fields of Water Resources, Power and Renewable Energy Sectors). Till date about 1500 Technical publications have been brought out by CBIP. The manuals of CBIP are broadly refferred/quoted by the manufactures/utilities in the country and abroad.
CBIP has organised more than 1700 National and International Conferences on various advanced technologies.
Contact : Mr. A.K. Dinkar, Secretary
Address : Plot No.4, Institutional Area, Malcha Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi 110021
Telephone : ~91-11-2611 5984/2688 2866/2410 1591
Mobile : 09810137864
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : http://www.cbip.org
The Dubai Municipality (DM) was founded in 1954 commencing its activities with a cadre of seven employees undertaking simple tasks in cleaning the city.
DM passed a series of evolutionary stages through the years of its multiplied tasks. In 1980 a decree had been issued establishing the Municipal Council appointing 32 members headed by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Municipality. The Municipality continued its development coinciding with the growth of the Emirate of Dubai and reached to 11,000 employees working in 34 departments under six sectors, namely: (1) Communication and Community Sector; (2) Corporate Support Sector; (3) General Support Sector; (4) Environmental Health & Safety Control Sector; (5) Environment & Public Health Services Sector; and (6) Engineering & Planning Sector.
Hence, the Dubai Municipality is regarded as one of the largest governmental institutions in terms of services rendered and projects executed. Thus, the municipality is the leading drive of growth and evolution of the Emirate of Dubai.
Contact : Mr. Fahed Ahmed Al Awadhi, Director of Drainage & Irrigation Department
Address : , Dubai Municipality, Drainage and Irrigation Department, NOC and Technical Support Office, Emirate of Dubai, UAE. P.O. Box 67
Telephone : ~971-4-206-3600
Email : email@example.com
Website : http://www.dm.gov.ae
India Water Foundation (IWF) is a New Delhi-based civil society engaged in generating awareness among the people about water conservation, Health Prevention activities and keeping water, particularly the national rivers free from pollution, promoting rainwater-harvesting and other water related issues. Within a short span, IWF has been able to foster convergence between and among various departments / ministries in the water sector, spur Private sector in India about its corporate social responsibility with regard to environment and water, enhancing government-private sector interface in water sector working as knowledge partner with other civil societies in water sector and persuading Government of India to initiate dialogue with neighboring countries like China, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Myanmar to resolve water-related issues.
Contact : Dr Arvind Kumar, President
Address : Spaces, 17th Floor Max Towers, Sector 16B, DND Flyway Noida-201301, India
Telephone : +91120-518-5040
Mobile : +91-11-26349533
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : http://www.indiawaterfoundation.org
The Institute of Hydraulics and Rural Water Management (IHLW) focuses on Research of the water cycle where water interacts with soil. The term "rural water management" has evolved from rural engineering in Austria and is now a key discipline of agricultural engineering and water management. It comprises the terms land improvement and water management.
Tasks and Competences: Soil-water-cycle; Soil-water-plant-atmosphere-continuum; Assessment of risks in land use; Vulnerability of rural regions e. g. due to conservation of soil and groundwater; Agricultural water management - irrigation and drainage; Knowledge transfer.
Methods: Lysimeter; Determination and monitoring; Sensor calibration and testing; Modelling and Simulation; Lab and field experiments
These and other fieids and methods are used for fundamental and applied research.
Teaching: The Institute covers the topics rural water management, soil physics and hydraulics in the bachelor and master studies of agricultural engineering and water management (KTWW). It offers also courses in the master- studies water management and environmental engineering (WMEE), natural resources management and ecological engineering (NARMEE) and environmental sciences - soil, water and bio-diversity (ENVEURO)
Contact : Dipl.Ing. Dr. Peter Cepuder, Assistant Professor Dl Dr.
Address : Department of Water, Atmosphere and Environment, Universität für Bodenkultur Wien, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Muthgasse 18, A-1190 Wien
Telephone : ~43 1 47654 81554
Mobile : ~43 664 1013828
Email : email@example.com
Website : http://www.wau.boku.ac.at/ihlw.html
The state government initiated a number of administrative and legal reforms which constitute broadly what is known as the ‘Water Sector Reforms~. These include the formulation of the comprehensive State Water Policy 2003, implementation of a Water Sector Improvement Project to rehabilitate 286 irrigation projects (major, medium and minor) and the enactment, in March 2005, of two statutes namely the Maharashtra Management of Irrigation Systems by Famers (MMISF) Act and the Maharashtra Water Resources Regulatory Authority (MWRRA) Act.
Vision: "To be proactive, professional and trustworthy water resource regulator"
Mission : "Our mission is to provide sustainable water security to the State of Maharashtra"
The three main functions of the authority are:
(i) To determine the criteria, regulate and enforce the distribution of entitlements for the various categories of use and the distribution of entitlements, within each category of use.
(ii) To establish a water tariff system for levying water charges on various categories of water users with a view to establishing a stable and self sustainable management of service delivery to such users.
(iii) To review and clear water resources projects, with a view to ensuring that a project proposal is in conformity with the Integrated State Water Plan (ISWP).
The Authority is also required to support and aid the enhancement and preservation of water quality and promote sound water conservation and management practices.
The Authority has been vested with a special responsibility under Section 11(f) and 21 of the MWRRA Act with regard to clearing projects in districts and regions with irrigation backlogs as per the Governor?s directives. The Authority is also required to ensure equitable distribution of water during periods of scarcity (Section 11(c), MWRRA Act).
Contact : Shri. Rasik. M. Chauhan, Secretary
Address : 9th Floor, Centre - 1, World Trade Centre, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai - 400 005
Telephone : 022 - 2215 2019
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : https://mwrra.org/
Researcher in hydrology and water resources engineering, focusing on irrigation management and development. The intention is to produce water management practices and policies that associated with rural development and natural resources sustainability. Main research domains: History of Irrigation & Drainage, Performance Evaluation of Irrigation Projects, policies and institutional development. Aims: to achieve sustainability for irrigation projects in developing countries, focusing on food and water security as tools for rural development. (DM/IND/2020/3019)
Address : Dr. Ahmed E. Elshaikh, Assistant Professor University of Khartoum Faculty of Engineering Water Research Center P. O. Box 321, P. Code 11111 Sudan – Khartoum
Mobile : ~249111145007
Email : email@example.com
Dr. Ajay Pradhan is a civil engineer with doctorate degree in Water Resource Engineering with experience of over 27 years in planning, designing and implementation of number of project funded by national and international funding agencies.Ajay is currently Chairman and CEO of Cetus Consulting Solution Services Private Limited (C2S2) with its head office in New Delhi. Prior to this he worked as Managing director of Halcrow & CH2MHILL, Director of DHV consultant. He is also founder and managing director of DHI in India. Apart from this, Ajay has also provided services as consultant and scientist in different government agencies like planning commission of India and National Informatics Center respectively. Dr. Ajay possesses key expertise in Sustainable and Integrated Water Management, Solid Waste Management, Climate Change, Hydropower, Urban Environment Management, Policy and Governance. Ajay is the member of Governing Council of KIIT and Chairman of KIIT University Academic, Industry and Innovation. He is also Chairman of Institution of Water and Environment, India, Executive member and chairman of NCR and Delhi chapter of National Solid Waste Management Association, India. He is recipient of Udyog Ratna Award, water leader of Asia and Member of Board of IIT-DSR, North Camp University and many National, International agencies and academic institutions. Ajay is also mentor and Expert Member of Information Technology Research Academy (ITRA- Water) of Ministry of Information and Technology, Government of India for IT Innovation and Research in water sector. Presently, Ajay is providing consultancy and advisory services for different Institution and organization. He is actively engaged in the Hydrological studies, sediment control management in Uttarakhand, J&K, Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim and Arunanchal Pradesh. (DM/IND/2019/3015)
Address : Dr. Ajay Pradhan, President & CEO, Ms. Cetus Consulting Solutions Services Pvt Ltd (C2S2), B-149, First Floor, C.R. Park, New Delhi – 110019, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone : ~91 11 2627 1114
Mobile : ~91 98101 55246
Email : email@example.com
Website : http://www.c2s2.in/
A young professional from Germany with extensive field and operational experiences in water resources management and climate change in South Asia. Currently working as a consultant to guide CIMMYT~s water related work in South Asia while completing a PhD at Wageningen UR. My work developed out of the CSISA Project~s (www.csisa.org) workstream on coping with climate variability. The project supports governments in designing and implementing sustainable intensification pathways in the region through systemic change by identifying better bet agronomic practices, engaging the private sector, and building capacity in local institutions. This means that we have a strong field presence and network with local stakeholders and institutions. To be more specific, I work on the interlinkages between sustainable intensification, climate change adaptation, and the safe operating space of irrigated agriculture in the Eastern Gangetic Plains. The ecological and social complexity of the smallholder and rice-wheat dominated agroecosystems constitute one of the major challenges while prevailing poverty and food insecurity pose large potential for impact. I am currently conducting a study on identifying entry-points for supporting farmer-led groundwater irrigation expansion in Nepal~s Terai. I addition, I am developing a spatial crop modelling framework that can leverage assets in crop simulations as well as RS products. A CV with more detailed qualifications is available upon request. By joining the Workgroup of ICID, I wish to contribute to ICID~s mission on irrigation, drainage and food management in today~s changing climate, share my knowledge and innovative ideas to the existing framework, support ongoing organizational efforts, and broaden my network as well as potential work and research insights given the inter-disciplinary approaches of ICID. (DM/IND/2020-23/3020)
Address : Mr. Anton Urfels, Baumstrasse 7, 18209 Bad Doberan
Mobile : +9779810138707
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
He has a Bachelors in civil engineering from IIT Roorkee, Masters in Civil Engineering from IISc Bengaluru and PhD in hydropower engg from IIT Roorkee. He did Hydropow:er Diploma studies at NTH, Trondheim. Prof" Kumar is a Professor at Hydro and Renewable Energy Deptt, IIT Roorkee. He was awarded MNRE Chair Professor during 2013-2018 and headed department from 1998 to 201l. He served as independent director on Board ofNHPC Ltd, Govt of India PSU during 2015-Z0lg.His research areas are Hydropower Development, Environmental Management of Water Bodies, Energy Economics and Polioy and pumped storage schemes. Prof? Kumar has over 38 years of experience in Hydropower and environmental management of river and lakes. He served CLA for Hydropower on SRREN for IPCC. He established ilydraulic Turbine R&D Laboratory, Real Time Hydropower Simulator, Sediment Monitoring and Impact Analysis Laboratory and developed standards for small hydropower and lake conservation. He initiated a master programme in environmental management of rivers and lakes in2004. He appraises projeet proposals for Government of India and state governments regularly. He carried out CIA studies of hydropower projects on few major rivers. Prof. Kumar had received various awards and recognitions from CBIP, Institution of Engineers and HpA. He has authored/contributed papers in peered reviewed international and national Journal 40, Conferences 145, National, Books/Guidelines - 43, BIS guidelines for SHP l. He is international member of ASCE, ASME, AWWA, IAHR and Life Fellow of Institution of Engineers (I), INHA, IWWA, IWRS, IHS, IPHE and Member of SESI. (DM/IND/2020/3017)
Address : Prof Arun Kumar, Professor, Professor, Department of Hydro and Renewable Energy (Formerly Alternate Hydro Energy Centre) Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee - 247 667, Uttarakhand
Telephone : ~91 1332) 285821
Mobile : ~91 9837016919
Email : email@example.com
Address : Dr. Ashish Pandey, Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Department of Water Resources Development and Management, Roorkee-247 667, Uttarakhand
Telephone : ~91-1332-285872 (O); ~91 -1 332-286872 (R)
Mobile : ~91-9412070399 (Mob)
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Ashok H. Karva is an electronics and telecommunication engineer with with experience of over 32 years in planning, designing and implementation of more than 75 projects funded by national and international funding agencies. He is a founder of Mechatronics Systems Private Limited (MSPL), Pune, Maharashtra, India. Presently, he is a chairman and Director of the same organization. Apart from this, he is also business partner in Scem Enterprise since 1981. Mr. Ashok Karva possesses key expertise in various businesses and consulting areas of water and agriculture sectors such as, dam/barrage/canal automation, real time data acquisition and flood forecasting, IoT based smart irrigation system, Irrigation Network Management Information system, farmer information system, GIS based water and irrigation management information systems, smart city automation and analytics, artificial rainfall generation using Ion seeding, etc. The following various types of turnkey projects and solutions developed as well as executed under his leadership: &&61623; Developed Real Time Data Acquisition System across river basins in India &&61623; Developed Flood Forecasting and Dam/Barrage Automation across river basins in India &&61623; Developed Smart Irrigation Management Information System across India and Ghana &&61623; Developed Smart City Water Supply System across Municipal corporations in India &&61623; Developed Enterprise management Information System for various state and central water resources department across India &&61623; Developed real-time MIS system for OBC Finance & Development Corporation Mumbai Based on Intranet Network &&61623; Developed farmer information system integrated with GIS based smart irrigation network management system for Narayanpur Left Bank Command Area (5000 km2), Karnataka (DM/IND/2020/3018)
Address : Mr. Ashok Hiralalji Karva, Director, Mechatronics Systems Private Limited, Mechatronics House, Survey No. 157, Mumbai-Bangalore Highway Bypass, Warje, Pune – 411058, Maharashtra
Telephone : ~91 – 20 6704 4300
Mobile : ~91 – 94223 06334
Email : email@example.com
Website : http://msplpune.com/
Address : Mr. Aytekin Turgay, General Manager, Superlit Boru San. A.S., Cumhuriyet cad. No. 155 / 3, Harbiye Sisli, Istanbul
Telephone : ~902123153191, +902123153131 (ppx)
Mobile : 05332717135
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor, Department of Water Resources Development & Management, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee ROORKEE, India. (DM/IND/3013/Life)
Address : Dr. Deepak Khare, Professor, Department of Water Resources Development & Management, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee ROORKEE 247 667
Telephone : ~91+1332-295393 (Res.) +91+1332-285152
Mobile : ~91-9412990808 and +91-8979775124
Email : email@example.com
Prof. Röttcher working as Professor for International Water Management, Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering in Suderburg. He is also Vice Chairman of the German Water History Association, Chairman and member of different working groups in the water sector. Prof. Röttcher did Research in the fields of sustainable irrigation, flood risk management, river restoration, and traditional water management. He did his Civil Engineering and Ph.D. at Kassel University. (DM/IND/3012/2018-20)
Address : Herbert-Meyer-Straße 7, D-29556 Suderburg
Telephone : +49 5826 98861230
Mobile : 0160-3552139
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Roy has over 32 year of professional experience in teaching, training and research actives in Water Resource Engineering with special emphasis on Land Drainage. He obtained B. Sc. Degree in Civil Egg. from R. I. T. Jamshedpur in 1984, where he worked as a Lecturer for 1.5 years. He obtained M. E. Degree in Civil Engg. from the then Roorkee University in first Division with Hon~s in 1987. He obtained Ph. D Degree from Patna University in 1995. Then he joined WALMI Patna where he worked over 9 years where he was actively associated with all-round development of the institute, viz imparting training to the in service Engineers of the water resource Department Govt. of Bihar, establishment of the institute farm, soil science and Plant Science laboratories, conducting several training courses as well as seminars/workshops/conferences. Dr. Roy has also worked in Ethiopia for 8.5 years as an Associate Professor of Irrigation Engineering in faculty of Water Technology, Arba Minch University, Ethiopia. He also worked as Head of Dept. Irrigation Engineering from 1997 to 2001. Currently he is working as a Professor of Civil Engineering at NIT Patna and actively engaged in teaching and research in water management. He has also worked as HOD (Civil), Dean (Acad.) and Dy. Registrar (Examination) at this Institute. (DM/IND/3011/Life)
Address : Prof. Lal Bahadur Roy, Professor of Civil Engineering, 301 Madhukunj Apartment, Nehru Nagar, Patna 800013
Mobile : ~91 9430248909
Email : email@example.com
Dr. Mitthan Lal Kansal, currently working as NEEPCO Chair Professor and Head in the Depart of Water Resources Development and Management at Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India. He is a civil engineering graduate with post-graduation in water resources engineering. He obtained his Ph.D from Delhi University (India) and holds the Post Graduate Diploma in Operations Management. Previously, he worked as associate professor in the department of WRD&M, IIT Roorkee and served at Delhi Technical University, Delhi (erstwhile, Delhi College of Engineering, Delhi), NIT Kurukshetra, IIT Delhi and NIH, Roorkee (India) at various levels. He has contributed substantially by providing consultancy services to various national and international agencies of repute. He has worked in various administrative capacities such as Associate Dean of Students Welfare and a Chairman, Co-ordinating Committee of IIT Roorkee and national expert for several bodies. Water Resources, Planning & Management, Water Supply, Rural & Urban, Hydropower System Planning, Sustainable Development, E-Flows, Water Quality, Monitoring & Modelling, Performance Evaluation, Water Resources Projects, Hydraulics of Flow, Pipe & Open Channel, Hydrology, Surface and Sub-surface Hydrology, System Design / Optimization Techniques, Application in Water Resources Problems. (DM/IND/2019/3016)
Address : Prof. Dr. Mitthan Lal Kansal, NEEPCO Chair Professor & Head, Department of Water Resource Development & Management, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (IITR), Roorkee 247 667, Uttarakhand
Telephone : ~91 - 1332 - 285749
Mobile : (~91) 9412919302
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Address : Prof. P.K. Bordoloi, Professor - Civil Engineering, Kaziranga University, Koraikhowa Gaon, Mouza-Parbata, NH 37, Jorhat, Assam
Email : email@example.com
Working as Superintending Engineer, Sindh (Pakistan) from March 1993 onwards. Presently working on canal irrigation system. He as good experience in IWRM, especially with regards to the operation of Weir and Barrages across alluvial river including river basin planing and management, discharge observation, regulation and equitable distribution of canal supplies to the allocate water for competing users to maintain the IWRM strategies and policies as per law; operation and maintenance of head works and allied hydraulics structure, river training and protection works, water accounting and deal with environmental protection and management in the river basin. (DM/IND/3014/2019-21)
Address : Mr. Sajid Ali Bhutto, A/76, Ghulam Shah Kalhoro Colony, Jail Road, Hyderabad, Sindh
Mobile : ~92 333 2602000
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Address : Prof. Umesh Chandra Chaube, Professor/Emeritus Fellow, Department of Water Resources Development and Management, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee 247 667, Uttarakhand.
Mobile : ~91 9536883521
Email : email@example.com
Address : Mr. Y. Abdul Basheer, Expert Practitioner, Water Resources Engineering (Formerly Engineer-in-Chief, Irrigation & CAD Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad, India), H. No. 7 HIG, A P Housing Board Colony, Near Abbas Nagar, Kurnool - 518002, Andhra Pradesh
Mobile : 09849059452
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org