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School of Environment & Natural Resources (SENR)

With increasing population density and faster pace of industrialization, problems related to environment and natural resources are getting acute day by day from the relatively local problems of the past such as forest degradation, desertification, and air and water pollution to problems of today such as global warming and climate change. The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 and the World Summit on Sustainable Development at Johannesburg in 2002 have drawn attention to the deteriorating condition of our environment requiring urgent action by governments and people. The UN Climate Change Conference to be held later this year in Copenhagen will renew the Kyoto Protocol before it runs out in 2012. Green investments provide an opportunity to accelerate innovation-led, low carbon, low waste Green economy to address natural resources scarcity, energy security and climate change.

Uttarakhand is one of the hyper-diversity states of the country home to more than 4,200 species of flowering plants which is 23 percent of the total flowering plants of India. Many of these plant species are source for medicinal herbs used in Ayurveda, aromatic plants, and numerous non timber forest produce (NTFP) of commercial importance. This valuable plant wealth needs to be conserved, sustainably utilized and benefits arising out of biological resources shared equitably among stakeholders.

To tackle such environmental challenges scientifically and proactively, trained professionals in specialized areas of environmental sciences and natural resources are urgently required. Taking cognizance of increasing environmental problems, the Doon University has established a School of Environment and Natural Resources.

The School of Environment and Natural Resources aims at meeting the needs of the society by providing advance training to students in environment and natural resources management through a structured curriculum with integrated multidisciplinary approach involving latest advances in the fields of physical, chemical and biological components of the environment. Wherever needed emphasis will be given to geo-morphological attributes, and socio-ecological and socio-cultural aspects of mountain ecosystem highlighting issues and problems illustrated with Case Studies.

The School of Environment & Natural Resources endeavours to study the problem of environment in an integrated manner with a multi-disciplinary approach. For conducting research in Geology, Glaciology and Renewable and Non-renewable Energy Resources, Petroleum Energy Petroleum Energy the University has entered into an MOU with Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology and Indian Institute of Petroleum, Dehradun.

Programmes of Study

Currently, the School offers the following Academic Programmes:

(i) M. Sc. (2 years) :           (i)    Environmental Science (Environmental Studies)

(ii) Environmental Science (Natural Resource Management)

(ii) Ph.D. (Minimum 3 Years)    : (i) Environmental Science

The Ph.D. program includes extensive Course Work, Seminars and Theme Papers of 20 Credits of two Semesters.  This is followed by Thesis work for Ph.D. on an approved topic for a minimum of Two years (Four Semesters) of 40 credits. Approval and successful defence of  Thesis is required for the award of  Ph.D. Degree.

Broad Areas of Research

Bio-resources including biodiversity; Forestry; Renewable and Non-renewable Energy Resources; Ecology & Ecorestoration; Environmental Pollution; Waste Management; Bioremediation, Geomatics,  Geology and Glaciology, Disaster Management, Climate Change, Mountain Ecology.

The SENR faculty

The School has well qualified multi-disciplinary faculty comprising 3 Professors, 1 Associate Professor and 4 Assistant Professors. There is three technical supporting staff to assist in the laboratories.

The Faculty has expertise in Forestry, Biodiversity, Forest Ecosystem, Forest Pathology, Physiology Mountain  Plants ; Physiology and Cultivation of Medicinal Plants; Vermitechnology; Microbiology, Aquatic Ecology; Climatology/ Meteorology, Climate Change; Environmental  Pollution, Environmental Waste Management, Geomatics, EIA, Disaster Management with diversified research interests in Conservation of Biodiversity, Urban Forestry, Microbiology, Pollution, Waste Management,  Abatement/Control, Remote Sensing and GIS, Disaster Management, Climate Change.

Brief Profile of SENR Faculty

1. Prof A. N. Purohit, Visiting Professor

M. Sc. (Botany) 1961; Ph. D. (Botany- Tree Physilogy) 1968,Punjab University, India

Research & Teaching Interests:

Environmental Physiology of Mountain Plants, Mountain Environment and Development Planning, Physiology and Cultivation of medicinal plants.

2. Dr Govind Ballabh Pant, Visiting Professor

M. Sc. (Physics) 1965; Ph. D. (Atmospheric Science) 1976, Purdue University, USA

Research & Teaching Interests:

Atmospheric Science, Climate and Climate Change, Palaeoclimatology, Climate Models

Contact  - 91 135 2533103, 09822029809, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

3. Dr Jyoti K. Sharma, Visiting Professor

M.Sc. (Botany) 1966; Ph.D. (Botany-Plant Pathology) 1971, Agra University , India

Research & Teaching Interests:

Forest Pathology; Mycology; Cloning Technology and Tree improvement;  Biodiversity – conservation and sustainable utilization; Natural Resource Management; EIA; Research Methodology; Forest Science and Policy; Project Cycle Management and Logical Framework Analysis for setting research priorities and formulation of research programmes.

Contact  - 91 135 2533103, 09759002248, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

4. Dr. Surendra S. Suthar, Associate Professor

M.Sc. (Zoology) 1999; Ph.D. (Zoology), 2002, J.N.V. University, Jodhpur; Course in solid waste management, 2011, UNESCO-IHE Institute of Water Education, Delft (The Netherlands)

Research & Teaching Interests:

Solid Waste management; Vermitechnology; Organic Farming; Ground Water Contamination; Pollution Monitoring; Soil Ecology; Drinking Water Quality; Eco-toxicology, Waste Water Treatment, River Pollution Ecology.

Contact  - 91 135 2533103, 09410707882, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

4. Dr. Suneet Naithani, Assistant Professor

M.Sc. (Geology)1987;  Ph.D.(Geology)2001, HNB Garhwal University, India; P.G. Diploma (1994)

(Forestry & Ecology) in Remote Sensing

Research & Teaching Interests:

Geo-Botany using Remote Sensing and GIS (Geomatics); Mobile Mapping with Participatory

Approach; Disaster Mitigation and Management; Training Need Analysis (TNA).

Contact  - 91 135 2533103, 09456547707, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

5. Dr Kusum Arunachalam, Assistant Professor

M.Sc. (Botany) 1992; Ph.D. (Botany- Microbiology) 1997,NEHU, Shillong, India

Research & Teaching Interests:

Microbial Ecology; Forest Ecosystem & Management; Himalayan Ecosystem; Integrated Watershed Management.

Contact  - 91 135 2533103, 09411113894, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

6. Dr Vijay Shridhar , Assistant Professor

M.Sc. (Environmental Biology) 2000; Ph.D. (Environmental Science) 2007, J.N.U., India

Research & Teaching Interests:

Air Pollution; Ambient Air Quality Monitoring, Chemical Characterization and Source Receptor Modelling of Pollutants (PAHs, VOCs, Trace Metals, Carbonaceous matter) in Air, Water and Soil.  Aerosol - Cloud interactions and Microphysical Processes; Microbiology.

Contact  - 91 135 2533103, 09760118019, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

7. Dr. Archana Sharma, Assistant Professor

M.Sc. (Environmental Sciences)1999; D.Phil (Environmental Sciences) 2003, H.N.B.Garhwal

University, India

Research & Teaching Interests:

Limnology; Aquatic Biodiversity- Biodiversity of Rivers, Streams, Lakes and Wetlands; Restoration

of  Aquatic Ecosystems; Hyporheic Biodiversity- Conservation and Management.

Contact  - 91 135 2533103, 09456308171, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

LABORATORY FACILITIES AND RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

The School has  modern laboratories ( Instrumentation , Analytical and Field Laboratories) equipped with quality equipments required for teaching and research in Environmental Studies and Natural Resource Management. In addition, there is one Computer Laboratory with 40 interactive computer terminals with multiple functions of teaching/ practical in Statistics, Geomatics (Remote sensing and GIS) and communication (animation)  and general use for internet browsing , word processing, statistical analysis of data, etc. The Computer Lab is equipped with software such as SPSS, STATISTICA, ERDAS, ARCINFO.

Research Projects

Currently, four research projects sponsored by National Initiative on Climate Resilient Agriculture, UCOST, GTZ and Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, GOI at a total cost of 6.8 million INR are being implemented in the School.

List of Instruments

CHNS Analyzer, HPLC, AAS, GC-MS, Millipore water purification system, Ion Chromatograph, Microwave digester, Ambient air quality monitoring station, Andersen sampler, Automatic weather station, Fibre Analyser, Micro jeldahl, PCR, Geldoc, Spaciation Sampler,  Respirable Dust Sampler, Handy Sampler, Personal Air Sampler, Soil Auger, Soil Test Sieve Brass, Rotary Gearless microtome, Digital UV –VIS Spectrometer , Lux meter, Electrophoresis assembly (Horizontal), Electrophoresis assembly (Vertical), Deionizer, Bench Top PH Meter, Balance (Metler- Classic), Balance (Metler- Analytical), Garmin GPS 76, Thermo hygrometer, Altimeter, Digital Altimeter, Rain Gauge,  Electronic Clinometer, Screen Scope Pro Mirror stereoscope, 3D Viewer CD ROM, Model 3 Mirror Stereoscope with sterometer Bar Topcon, Geoscope Economy mirror stereoscope with 4X eyepiece, Planimeters Compensating polar Planimeters Lascio, Portable Digital Turbidimeter, Digital Nephelometer, Digital Photo electric colorimeter, Microprocessor based Flame photo meter, Digital DO Meter, Tensiometer, Soil Moisture Meter, Soil Thermo meter, Paper Chromatography Apparatus, Thin Layer Chromatography Apparatus, Constant temperature Hot Air Oven, Hot Air Drying Oven, PMDC Lab Stirrer, High Speed Homogenizer, Magnetic Stirrer with Hotplate, Rotamantle  Kjeldhal Digestion Unit with Regulator (Mantle Type), Kjeldhal Digestion Unit with Regulator (Concealed hot plate Type) Scanner and Plotter for RS and GIS , Muffle Furnace, BOD Incubator, BOD, COD, Environmental Chamber

 

 

Latest Activities

1. Orientation programme for new students – Orientation week was organized for new comers in M. Sc. (Environmental studies and Natural Resource Management). During this week students-faculty interaction and workshops and series of lectures were organized.

2. Hiroshima Day – on 6th August Hiroshima Day was celebrated to aware the student about impact of nuclear war on mankind and natural resources.

Forthcoming Activities

1. Celebration of Ozone Day – SENR has decided to celebrate the Ozone Day on 16th September 2012. This year is the 25th Anniversary of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer and therefore, SENR has decided to celebrate this event at large scale by organizing special event like –poster exhibition, film show, lectures by eminent people etc. on this occasion.

2. Mountain Day celebration – December 11, 2012

3. National Conference on “Green Technologies for Sustainable Environmental Management” during 20 – 21 December 2012.

Courses in M. Sc.

M. Sc. Environmental Studies

FIRST SEMESTER

EES – 511: Environmental Biology

EES – 512: Earth and Atmosphere

EES – 515: Environmental Pollution

EES – 516: Environmental Impact Assessment

EES – 517: Environmental Chemistry

EES – 551: Environment Waste Management

EES – 554: Statistics & Computer Applications

EGC – 571: Environmental Law and Policies

EGC – 572: Global Environmental Issues and Society

SECOND SEMESTER

EES – 513: Aquatic Environment

EES – 617: Environmental Microbiology

EES – 514: Geomatics

EES – 618: Analytical Techniques and Instrumentation

EES – 556: Environmental Economics

EES – 553: Bioinformatics

EES – 555: Hazards, Risk Analysis and Management

EGC – 573: Society, Environment and Human Ecology

THIRD SEMESTER

EES – 518: Environmental Toxicology

EES – 635: Field Study/Internship

EES – 681: Special Problem related to Dissertation

EES – 690: THESIS/DISSERTATION

FOURTH SEMESTER

EES – 680: Seminars

EES – 690: THESIS/DISSERTATION

M. Sc. NATURAL RESOURCES  MANAGEMENT

School of Environment & Natural Resources (SENR)

With increasing population density and faster pace of industrialization, problems related to environment and natural resources are getting acute day by day from the relatively local problems of the past such as forest degradation, desertification, and air and water pollution to problems of today such as global warming and climate change. The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 and the World Summit on Sustainable Development at Johannesburg in 2002 have drawn attention to the deteriorating condition of our environment requiring urgent action by governments and people. The UN Climate Change Conference to be held later this year in Copenhagen will renew the Kyoto Protocol before it runs out in 2012. Green investments provide an opportunity to accelerate innovation-led, low carbon, low waste Green economy to address natural resources scarcity, energy security and climate change.

Uttarakhand is one of the hyper-diversity states of the country home to more than 4,200 species of flowering plants which is 23 percent of the total flowering plants of India. Many of these plant species are source for medicinal herbs used in Ayurveda, aromatic plants, and numerous non timber forest produce (NTFP) of commercial importance. This valuable plant wealth needs to be conserved, sustainably utilized and benefits arising out of biological resources shared equitably among stakeholders.

To tackle such environmental challenges scientifically and proactively, trained professionals in specialized areas of environmental sciences and natural resources are urgently required. Taking cognizance of increasing environmental problems, the Doon University has established a School of Environment and Natural Resources.

The School of Environment and Natural Resources aims at meeting the needs of the society by providing advance training to students in environment and natural resources management through a structured curriculum with integrated multidisciplinary approach involving latest advances in the fields of physical, chemical and biological components of the environment. Wherever needed emphasis will be given to geo-morphological attributes, and socio-ecological and socio-cultural aspects of mountain ecosystem highlighting issues and problems illustrated with Case Studies.

The School of Environment & Natural Resources endeavours to study the problem of environment in an integrated manner with a multi-disciplinary approach. For conducting research in Geology, Glaciology and Renewable and Non-renewable Energy Resources, Petroleum Energy Petroleum Energy the University has entered into an MOU with Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology and Indian Institute of Petroleum, Dehradun.

Programmes of Study

Currently, the School offers the following Academic Programmes:

(i) M. Sc. (2 years) :           (i)    Environmental Science (Environmental Studies)

(ii) Environmental Science (Natural Resource Management)

(ii) Ph.D. (Minimum 3 Years)    : (i) Environmental Science

The Ph.D. program includes extensive Course Work, Seminars and Theme Papers of 20 Credits of two Semesters.  This is followed by Thesis work for Ph.D. on an approved topic for a minimum of Two years (Four Semesters) of 40 credits. Approval and successful defence of  Thesis is required for the award of  Ph.D. Degree.

Broad Areas of Research

Bio-resources including biodiversity; Forestry; Renewable and Non-renewable Energy Resources; Ecology & Ecorestoration; Environmental Pollution; Waste Management; Bioremediation, Geomatics,  Geology and Glaciology, Disaster Management, Climate Change, Mountain Ecology.

The SENR faculty

The School has well qualified multi-disciplinary faculty comprising 3 Professors, 1 Associate Professor and 4 Assistant Professors. There is three technical supporting staff to assist in the laboratories.

The Faculty has expertise in Forestry, Biodiversity, Forest Ecosystem, Forest Pathology, Physiology Mountain  Plants ; Physiology and Cultivation of Medicinal Plants; Vermitechnology; Microbiology, Aquatic Ecology; Climatology/ Meteorology, Climate Change; Environmental  Pollution, Environmental Waste Management, Geomatics, EIA, Disaster Management with diversified research interests in Conservation of Biodiversity, Urban Forestry, Microbiology, Pollution, Waste Management,  Abatement/Control, Remote Sensing and GIS, Disaster Management, Climate Change.

Brief Profile of SENR Faculty

1. Prof A. N. Purohit, Visiting Professor

M. Sc. (Botany) 1961; Ph. D. (Botany- Tree Physilogy) 1968,Punjab University, India

Research & Teaching Interests:

Environmental Physiology of Mountain Plants, Mountain Environment and Development Planning, Physiology and Cultivation of medicinal plants.

2. Dr Govind Ballabh Pant, Visiting Professor

M. Sc. (Physics) 1965; Ph. D. (Atmospheric Science) 1976, Purdue University, USA

Research & Teaching Interests:

Atmospheric Science, Climate and Climate Change, Palaeoclimatology, Climate Models

Contact  - 91 135 2533103, 09822029809, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

3. Dr Jyoti K. Sharma, Visiting Professor

M.Sc. (Botany) 1966; Ph.D. (Botany-Plant Pathology) 1971, Agra University , India

Research & Teaching Interests:

Forest Pathology; Mycology; Cloning Technology and Tree improvement;  Biodiversity – conservation and sustainable utilization; Natural Resource Management; EIA; Research Methodology; Forest Science and Policy; Project Cycle Management and Logical Framework Analysis for setting research priorities and formulation of research programmes.

Contact  - 91 135 2533103, 09759002248, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

4. Dr. Surendra S. Suthar, Associate Professor

M.Sc. (Zoology) 1999; Ph.D. (Zoology), 2002, J.N.V. University, Jodhpur; Course in solid waste management, 2011, UNESCO-IHE Institute of Water Education, Delft (The Netherlands)

Research & Teaching Interests:

Solid Waste management; Vermitechnology; Organic Farming; Ground Water Contamination; Pollution Monitoring; Soil Ecology; Drinking Water Quality; Eco-toxicology, Waste Water Treatment, River Pollution Ecology.

Contact  - 91 135 2533103, 09410707882, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

4. Dr. Suneet Naithani, Assistant Professor

M.Sc. (Geology)1987;  Ph.D.(Geology)2001, HNB Garhwal University, India; P.G. Diploma (1994)

(Forestry & Ecology) in Remote Sensing

Research & Teaching Interests:

Geo-Botany using Remote Sensing and GIS (Geomatics); Mobile Mapping with Participatory

Approach; Disaster Mitigation and Management; Training Need Analysis (TNA).

Contact  - 91 135 2533103, 09456547707, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

5. Dr Kusum Arunachalam, Assistant Professor

M.Sc. (Botany) 1992; Ph.D. (Botany- Microbiology) 1997,NEHU, Shillong, India

Research & Teaching Interests:

Microbial Ecology; Forest Ecosystem & Management; Himalayan Ecosystem; Integrated Watershed Management.

Contact  - 91 135 2533103, 09411113894, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

6. Dr Vijay Shridhar , Assistant Professor

M.Sc. (Environmental Biology) 2000; Ph.D. (Environmental Science) 2007, J.N.U., India

Research & Teaching Interests:

Air Pollution; Ambient Air Quality Monitoring, Chemical Characterization and Source Receptor Modelling of Pollutants (PAHs, VOCs, Trace Metals, Carbonaceous matter) in Air, Water and Soil.  Aerosol - Cloud interactions and Microphysical Processes; Microbiology.

Contact  - 91 135 2533103, 09760118019, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

7. Dr. Archana Sharma, Assistant Professor

M.Sc. (Environmental Sciences)1999; D.Phil (Environmental Sciences) 2003, H.N.B.Garhwal

University, India

Research & Teaching Interests:

Limnology; Aquatic Biodiversity- Biodiversity of Rivers, Streams, Lakes and Wetlands; Restoration

of  Aquatic Ecosystems; Hyporheic Biodiversity- Conservation and Management.

Contact  - 91 135 2533103, 09456308171, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

LABORATORY FACILITIES AND RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

The School has  modern laboratories ( Instrumentation , Analytical and Field Laboratories) equipped with quality equipments required for teaching and research in Environmental Studies and Natural Resource Management. In addition, there is one Computer Laboratory with 40 interactive computer terminals with multiple functions of teaching/ practical in Statistics, Geomatics (Remote sensing and GIS) and communication (animation)  and general use for internet browsing , word processing, statistical analysis of data, etc. The Computer Lab is equipped with software such as SPSS, STATISTICA, ERDAS, ARCINFO.

Research Projects

Currently, four research projects sponsored by National Initiative on Climate Resilient Agriculture, UCOST, GTZ and Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, GOI at a total cost of 6.8 million INR are being implemented in the School.

List of Instruments

CHNS Analyzer, HPLC, AAS, GC-MS, Millipore water purification system, Ion Chromatograph, Microwave digester, Ambient air quality monitoring station, Andersen sampler, Automatic weather station, Fibre Analyser, Micro jeldahl, PCR, Geldoc, Spaciation Sampler,  Respirable Dust Sampler, Handy Sampler, Personal Air Sampler, Soil Auger, Soil Test Sieve Brass, Rotary Gearless microtome, Digital UV –VIS Spectrometer , Lux meter, Electrophoresis assembly (Horizontal), Electrophoresis assembly (Vertical), Deionizer, Bench Top PH Meter, Balance (Metler- Classic), Balance (Metler- Analytical), Garmin GPS 76, Thermo hygrometer, Altimeter, Digital Altimeter, Rain Gauge,  Electronic Clinometer, Screen Scope Pro Mirror stereoscope, 3D Viewer CD ROM, Model 3 Mirror Stereoscope with sterometer Bar Topcon, Geoscope Economy mirror stereoscope with 4X eyepiece, Planimeters Compensating polar Planimeters Lascio, Portable Digital Turbidimeter, Digital Nephelometer, Digital Photo electric colorimeter, Microprocessor based Flame photo meter, Digital DO Meter, Tensiometer, Soil Moisture Meter, Soil Thermo meter, Paper Chromatography Apparatus, Thin Layer Chromatography Apparatus, Constant temperature Hot Air Oven, Hot Air Drying Oven, PMDC Lab Stirrer, High Speed Homogenizer, Magnetic Stirrer with Hotplate, Rotamantle  Kjeldhal Digestion Unit with Regulator (Mantle Type), Kjeldhal Digestion Unit with Regulator (Concealed hot plate Type) Scanner and Plotter for RS and GIS , Muffle Furnace, BOD Incubator, BOD, COD, Environmental Chamber

 

 

Latest Activities

1. Orientation programme for new students – Orientation week was organized for new comers in M. Sc. (Environmental studies and Natural Resource Management). During this week students-faculty interaction and workshops and series of lectures were organized.

2. Hiroshima Day – on 6th August Hiroshima Day was celebrated to aware the student about impact of nuclear war on mankind and natural resources.

Forthcoming Activities

1. Celebration of Ozone Day – SENR has decided to celebrate the Ozone Day on 16th September 2012. This year is the 25th Anniversary of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer and therefore, SENR has decided to celebrate this event at large scale by organizing special event like –poster exhibition, film show, lectures by eminent people etc. on this occasion.

2. Mountain Day celebration – December 11, 2012

3. National Conference on “Green Technologies for Sustainable Environmental Management” during 20 – 21 December 2012.

Courses in M. Sc.

M. Sc. Environmental Studies

FIRST SEMESTER

EES – 511: Environmental Biology

EES – 512: Earth and Atmosphere

EES – 515: Environmental Pollution

EES – 516: Environmental Impact Assessment

EES – 517: Environmental Chemistry

EES – 551: Environment Waste Management

EES – 554: Statistics & Computer Applications

EGC – 571: Environmental Law and Policies

EGC – 572: Global Environmental Issues and Society

SECOND SEMESTER

EES – 513: Aquatic Environment

EES – 617: Environmental Microbiology

EES – 514: Geomatics

EES – 618: Analytical Techniques and Instrumentation

EES – 556: Environmental Economics

EES – 553: Bioinformatics

EES – 555: Hazards, Risk Analysis and Management

EGC – 573: Society, Environment and Human Ecology

THIRD SEMESTER

EES – 518: Environmental Toxicology

EES – 635: Field Study/Internship

EES – 681: Special Problem related to Dissertation

EES – 690: THESIS/DISSERTATION

FOURTH SEMESTER

EES – 680: Seminars

EES – 690: THESIS/DISSERTATION

M. Sc. NATURAL RESOURCES  MANAGEMENT

FIRST SEMESTER

ENR – 511: Land, Air  and Water Resources

ENR – 512: Energy Resources

ENR – 514: Forest Ecosystem and Management

EES – 571: Environmental Law and Policies

ENR – 557: Himalayan Ecosystem and People

EES – 524: Statistics & Computer Applications

EES – 516: Environmental Impact Assessment

EGC – 572: Global Environmental Issues and Society

EGC – 574: Bio resources and People’s Livelihood

SECOND SEMESTER (Tentative)

EES – 514: Geomatics

ENR – 515: Integrated Watershed Management

ENR – 516: Biodiversity Assessment and Conservation

EES – 618: Analytical Techniques and Instrumentation

EES – 515: Hazards, Risks analysis and Management

EES – 556: Environmental Economics

EGC – 553: Bioinformatics

EGC – 573: Society, Environment and  Human Ecology

THIRD  SEMESTER

ENR – 555: Biological Resources Management

EES – 635: Field Study/Internship

EES – 681: Special Problem related to Dissertation

EES – 690: THESIS/DISSERTATION

FOURTH  SEMESTER

EES – 680: Seminars/

EES – 690: THESIS/DISSERTATION

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