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Ph.D Irrigation & Water Management Admissions 2018 - 2019 Academic Year


The program PhD Irrigation and Water Management addresses insures concerning the environment and the management of our water resources. Those interested in undertaking the course may find here the necessary details about this field and the PhD program.

Course Name: Ph.D Irrigation & Water Management
Group:
Stream: Science
Course Category: Agriculture
Conservation
Duration: 3 - 5 Years

Overview


The aim of the above PhD program is to study the use of water resources in the agriculture sector through advanced irrigation practices. It also involves the designing of irrigation systems with improved performance. The management of water resources, their conservation, rain water harvesting and issues concerning ground water are also part of the coursework in such PhDs. Water management and its conservation is today a very important aspect. With increasing pressure on the earth’s ecosystem because of the rising population and fast paced industrial activities, it is all the more important to have solutions to all such issues. The PhD on Irrigation and Water Management addresses these issues and is thus a very effective program.

Eligibility and course duration


Master’s or an M.Phil degree in the field of irrigation, water management, agriculture and other related fields. Enrollment to the program is through a written test followed by interview. Should have 55% or more marks in qualifying degree.
Duration of the course is at least 3-5 years.

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More about the course


The objective of the program is to provide you with a deeper understanding of the factors involved in the use of water for irrigation purposes and the strategies that need to be adopted for the best management of water resources. It’s a program that is instrumental in producing budding scientists, technologists and engineers working towards sustainable development in terms of irrigation practices and water management. There is a trying need for developing countries like India to work towards achieving such goals in water management. Coming from various disciplines, the students need to have a good understanding of the basics in mathematics, chemistry, physics and biology. Understanding the concepts in social science also helps. As usual, the PhD program is a mix of academic studies and development work through research. Among the areas for specialization or research in this area are- irrigation, water conservation, hydrogeology, water quality, water treatment procedures, drainage basin management, etc. The research involves a dissertation that needs to be submitted at the end of the program.

Job prospects and scope


The PhD program provides you with opportunities to pursue research in water conservation and for finding solutions to the ever increasing demand for water for variety of purposes including irrigation and safe drinking water. You may take up senior level government jobs in the irrigation department and other water works. A career in academics is what you may seek, if interested in teaching.

Ph.D Irrigation & Water Management Admissions for 2018 - 2019 Academic Year

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