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ACTION PLAN

WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING - 1

1. ate new equipment and systems to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of water
treatment and aquatic resource management. A Water Resource Engineer must take
budgetary constraints, government regulations, and other factors into consideration when
designing these systems. A Water Resource Engineer may then oversee the construction
and implementation of these systems to ensure that they are properly assembled. After
completion, they may manage the maintenance of these systems.

2. OVERALL AND UNIT WISE COURSE OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMES:

Course objectives:
1. To equip the students with capabilities required for identifying, formulating and
management of water resource related issues/problems
2. To impart training to the students to prepare them for conducting high value research
on water resources and other related issues and also to pursue lifelong learning
3. To introduce the students to the water related problem at international, national and
regional level so that they get exposure to the burning issues.
4. To impart training to the students to gain capabilities for conducting joint
collaborating works.

ACTION PLAN

WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING - 1

YEAR AND CLASS: III-I (A/B) FACULTY: M. GOPI CHAND

3. Water Resource Engineering is a specific kind of civil engineering that involves the
design of new systems and equipment that help manage human water resources. Some of
the areas Water Engineers touch on is water treatment facilities, underground wells, and
natural springs. Water Resource Engineers must create new equipment and systems to
increase the effectiveness and efficiency of water treatment and aquatic resource
management. A Water Resource Engineer must take budgetary constraints, government
regulations, and other factors into consideration when designing these systems. A Water
Resource Engineer may then oversee the construction and implementation of these
systems to ensure that they are properly assembled. After completion, they may manage
the maintenance of these systems.

4. OVERALL AND UNIT WISE COURSE OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMES:

Course objectives:
5. To equip the students with capabilities required for identifying, formulating and
management of water resource related issues/problems
6. To impart training to the students to prepare them for conducting high value research
on water resources and other related issues and also to pursue lifelong learning
7. To introduce the students to the water related problem at international, national and
regional level so that they get exposure to the burning issues.
8. To impart training to the students to gain capabilities for conducting joint
collaborating works.