A balanced blend of academicians and field engineers in the faculty, with long experience in planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of water resources and hydropower projects, help in implementation of application oriented academic programs. The department is actively involved in research, development and extension activities in the areas of water resources, hydropower and irrigation management.

Water Sector - Key Concerns

  • Safe Drinking Water and Basic Sanitation for All
  • Irrigation for Food Security
  • Sustainable use of Ground Water
  • Improving water quality in rivers
  • Preventing pollution of Aquifers

Conflict Resolution

  • Jurisdictional Conflict - Interstate/ International
  • Social Conflict - Urban vs. Rural, Rich vs. Poor.
  • Sectoral Conflict – Irrigation vs. Other Uses​
  • Riparian Conflict – Upper Riparian vs. Lower Riparian
  • Objective Conflict – Water Development vs. Environment​

Water Sector - Key Concerns

 

  • Water literacy for all
  • Ushering in new thinking in water sector​
  • Countering misinformation campaign
  • Managing non-point source pollution

News and Announcements

  • Click to download the report on World Water Day 2022 (IWRS Meerut)
  • In a recent update, as per the latest decision taken by the executive committee of IWRS, we would like to inform you that we are discontinuing the regular process of sending hard copies of the forthcoming issues of the journal to the readers from next year. The idea of an E-Journals... Read More
  • Indian Water Resources Society (IWRS) Awards 2019-2020
  • Download Application form for Life Membership
  • Download Application form for Fellow Membership

Latest Publications

RECENT EVENTS

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National Workshop

Flood Management under Changing climate
February 01, 2019

STIWM -2018

International Conference on Sustainable Technologies for Intelligent Water Management.
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February 16-19, 2018

Water Source Sustainability

International e-conference on
Water Source Sustainability.
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June 18, 2021

“When we save a river, we save a significant part of an ecosystem, and we save ourselves as well because of our dependence–physical, economic, spiritual,–on the water and its community of life.”
Er. U. P. Singh, IAS
President
“Water is the most critical resource issue of our lifetime and our children’s lifetime. The health of our waters is the principal measure of how we live on the land and what we are going to leave for our next generation.”
Dr. Ashish Pandey
Executive Vice-President
(Head Quarter)

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