Water Resources Engineering

Year of Starting                 :  2014

Present Sanctioned Intake  :  12

Programme Educational Objectives

  1. Mould students for productive and successful careers in the profession, with the capability to apply the knowledge gained to solve contemporary problems

  2. Develop in students the motivation for continuous learning, and the urge to contribute to the organizations they work in through leadership and team work.

  3. Provide a strong foundation in basic, applied, and advanced fields related to water resources, such as the mechanics of static and moving water, the occurrence, distribution, circulation, availability, and management of the resource, contamination of water resources and its management etc, thereby enabling students to excel in careers in various fields related to water such as mechanics of fluids including dynamics, hydrologic and water resources engineering, water contamination and remediation and allied fields, both at the national and international levels.

  4. Impart in-depth knowledge in both conventional and state of the art methods and tools in the broad field of water resources engineering to the students, so as to enable them to meet contemporary challenges in academics including research as well in the industry.

  5. Understand and acquire modelling, and programming skills and expose them to state of the art software and hardware in the field.

  6. Develop strong communication skills - both verbal as well as technical writing skills.

  7. Develop expertise in laboratory and experimental work.

  8. Mould sensitive students with an open eye and mind towards various problems that they may face in the profession as well as to the needs of the society for which their conceptions are meant, and with creative and logical thinking capabilities, so as to be able to achieve real sustainable solutions that address relevant environmental concerns as well.

  9. Prepare students to face challenges in the profession by encouraging interaction with the professional field, carrying out project works that are of relevance and importance to the profession, and involving them in consultancy projects.

  10. Create good engineers with strong commitment to the profession and the community and good academicians and researchers, so that the profession, the country and humanity as a whole are benefitted.


Programme Outcomes


Graduates will develop the most vital attributes to grow into good academicians and researchers in their career


Graduates will develop into successful engineers, contributing immensely to the profession, the country, and humanity as a whole


Graduates will acquire the ability to identify, formulate, investigate, and solve complex problems in the profession


Graduates will utilise creative and logical thinking capabilities to solve field problems


Graduates will have an open eye and mind towards the needs of the society for which their conceptions are meant


Graduates will have the ability to understand the impact of human activities and engineering on the society


Graduates will address environmental concerns and sustainability issues related to infrastructure development in this sector


Graduates will possess the skill to use modern engineering tools, software and equipment to analyse and solve problems in this field


Graduates will be able to communicate effectively - both verbally and in writing


Graduates will develop the right aptitude and attitude for self-education and life-long learning


Curriculum and Syllabi


1st Year Water Resources Engineering       

2nd Year Water Resources Engineering