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CSE is conducting a short course on rain water harvesting @ a noimnal sum of 1100/- ...

I have myself worked on RWH projects in my own colony and been formally trained on 2 occassions by CSE itself.

surya vrat


Short course on Urban Rainwater Harvesting

Posted by: "[email protected]" salah_amu

Fri Aug 31, 2007 12:26 am (PST)

CSE’s training programmes on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, September 24-27, 2007

(Exclusively for students)

This course is open to any student who wants to know

about urban water management – the theory, practice

and policy. The course allows you to soak up

knowledge, acquire holistic perspectives and try your

hand in planning for small water harvesting systems in

your house, college or colony. It prods you to think out

of the box, think different and think forward on how we

can manage the earth’s water endowment.


a) Class-room sessions

Overview – Water – yesterday, today and tomorrow

Traditional water management systems across the world

Water management in India today--Can we find solutions to a water stressed world?

Water science - basics

Geology, geography, hydrogeology, meteorology, hydraulics, Water quality treatment


Rainwater harvesting systems

Principles, planning and designing water harvesting systems

Constructing rainwater harvesting systems in urban areas

Costing, maintenance and monitoring, Maintaining water quality

Urban water management

Planning for water supply – considerations

Waste water management – current scenario and alternatives, Water quality monitoring


Types of aquifers, Nature of groundwater, How groundwater occurs,

Assessment of groundwater, Monitoring groundwater quality and quantity

Water policy

Water policy and legislation, Building up data on water resources

anage the earth’s water endowment.

b) Practical sessions: All sessions followed by innovative practical assignments &


c) Field visits: Traditional water harvesting structures, their state of negligence &

relevance in todays context and Model RWH project sites designed by CSE

d) Film Shows: Traditional water harvesting system of India & urban RWH explaining

finer components

e) Workshops: On planning, design and project proposal

Programme schedule

Date:, September 24-27, 2007, Time: 10:00 am to 5:30 pm

Venue: Anil Agarwal Green College, 41, Tughlakabad Institutional Area, New Delhi –


Accommodation: We can help arrange accommodation for participants (at cost).

Application deadline: September 12, 2007

All participants will be awarded a certificate of participation.

Apply immediately. Register online:

<link outdated-removed> .org/misc/ rwh_coursesept07 .htm

Don’t Miss: This is a great opportunity for students of Engineering, Geology,

Hydrogeology, Planning and Architecture and Environmental studies as the course is

offered at a never before price of just Rs. 1,100/- (75% discount on Rs 4400/-) only.

The course fee is payable in advance through DD/ cheque in favour of “ CENTRE FOR

science and environment” payable at New Delhi.

Limited fellowships are available for outstation participants under the Kamla Chowdhry

fellowship programme.

Contact Person:

Salahuddin Saiphy

Assistant Coordinator, Rainwater Harvesting Unit

Phone:+91-011- 29955124 [Ext. 280], Fax:29955879, Mobile: 9871189564, E mail:

[email protected] org


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University / college name & address:

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Address for correspondence:

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Phone(s): ____________ _____Mobile: ____________ __ Contact

email:______ _________

Brief description of interest on rainwater harvesting/water management (2-3 lines):

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Title/Degree Institution Subject

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What does the participant expect to learn?

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Details of course fee: DD/cheque No……………., date of


I also request CSE to help me in booking accommodation (on extra cost) from (date &

time)..………………………….. to ……………………………..… on sharing/single basis.

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Salahuddin Saiphy

Assistant Coordinator, Rainwater Harvesting Unit

Centre for Science and Environment, 41, Tuglakabad Institutional Area, N. Delhi-62

Phone: +91 (011) 29955124 (Ext. 280); Fax: +91 (011) 29955879

E-mail: <[email protected] org>

You can also register online at: <link outdated-removed> .org/misc/ rwh_coursesept07 .htm


Assistant Coordinator

Community Water Management and Rainwater Harvesting


41, Tughlakabad Institutional Area, New DelhiI- 110 062

Tel: 29955 124/125, 29956 394/399/401, 26059 810 Ext. 280

FAX : 91-11-29955 879, Mobile: +91-9871189564

Email: [email protected] org, Personal: [email protected] .com

WEBSITE: <link outdated-removed> rharvesting. org, <link outdated-removed> .org

From India, Delhi
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