Post Graduate Programmes

 

Course Structure

  • Alternate Hydro Energy Systems

Teaching Scheme

Courses
    AH-511: Small Hydro Power Planning and Management
    AH-512: Design of SHP Structures
    AH-513: Renewable Energy Resources Development Technology
    AH-514: Hydro Electric Equipment
    AH-516: Hydro mechanical Equipment
   
Programme Elective Courses
    AH-517A: Modeling, Simulation & Computer Applications
    AH-518: Environmental Planning and Management
    AH-522: Wind Energy Application Technology
    AH-526: Instrumentation for Small Hydro Power Station
    AH-528: Rural Electrical Energy System Planning and Design
    AH-530: Remote Sensing and GIS for SHP Planning
    AH-534: Construction Planning and Management 
    AH-536: Biomass Production and Utilization
    AH-538: Operation and Maintenance of Small Hydro Plants
    AH-540: Solar Photo-Voltaic Design and Application
    AH-542: Energy Conservation and Management 
    AH-548: Simulation of Small Hydropower Plants
    AH-580: Climate Change and Water Bodies

Seminar (AH-700)

Project and Site Visits (AH-602)

Dissertation (AH-701A & AH-701B)

  • Environmental Management of Rivers and Lakes

Teaching Scheme

Courses
    AH-523: Integrated Management of Water Bodies
    AH-525: Aquatic Ecology
    AH-527: Laboratory Course
    AH-544: Project Formulation & Implementation
    AH-554: Waste Water Collection, Treatment and Disposal
Programme Elective Courses
    AH-517B: Modeling, Simulation & Computer Applications
    AH-518: Environmental Planning and Management
    AH-540: Solar Photo-Voltaic Design and Application
    AH-542: Energy Conservation and Management
    AH-550: Application of RS & GIS in Environment Management
    AH-552: Hydrology and Modeling of Water Bodies
    AH-556: Environmental Laws, Public Participation & Institutional Development
    AH-558: Coastal Pollution and Impact Assessment
    AH-576: Planning and Management of Environmental Facility
    AH-580: Climate Change and Water Bodies
    HY-527: Ground Water Hydrology
    HY-531: Watershed Management
    HY-542: Urban Hydrology
  •  Course Credit and Evaluation

    Credit (Cr) and Weekly Contact Hours

Each course (Subject) has a number of credits which depends on the academic load and weekly contact hours for Lecture (L). Tutorial (T), Practical (P) and/ or Drawing (D). One Credit is normally assigned to one hour of lecture or two hours of tutorial or practical per week.

Performance Evaluation

As per regulations in vogue, the evauation of academic performance of students is done on continual basis throughout the semester. In the credit and grading system of evaluation, passing and failing is coursewise (Subjectwise). Promotion of a student to the next semester is linked to his obtaining a certain minimum grade point average and his earning of certain minimum number of credits in a semester and upto that semester. The award of degree is also linked with the earning of total number of credits along with other requirements, as specified for each programme.

A student is evaluated for his academic performance through tutorials, practicals, class work, home work assignments, terms papers, field work, quizzes, tests, examination, viva-voce etc. in each semester, as per regulations. Evaluation in every course (subject) is based on weightage of marks/grades assigned to various course as per curricular structure. The components for evaluation of academic performance are CWS (Class Work Sessional), MTE (Mid Term Examination), ETE (End Term Examination), PRS (Practical Sessional) and PRE (Practical Examination). The marks earned by a student in a course (subject) are converted into letter grades, the value of which is on a 10 point scale.