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Upcoming CEP Programme under GIAN

Short Term course on "Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment"

Date: June 18th to June 29th, 2018

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Patrick L. Gurian, Drexel University

Host Faculty: Prof. Arvind K Nema and Prof. Arun Kumar

The proposed course with the Professor from Drexel University, USA aims to train students, teachers to a proven curriculum in microbial risk assessment, and access to an online knowledge repository which is currently in development so that Indian participants can access accumulated international knowledge in the more

Short Term course on "Not For Profit Marketing"

Date: August 27th to August 31st, 2018

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Helena M. Alves, Portugal

Host Faculty: Prof. Mahim Sagar

Marketing has traditionally been considered to be a function associated with for-profit/commercial organizations but recent developments in the domain suggest that marketing can be applied in the case of public and non-profit organizations also. In this course, various concepts of Public, Not for Profit and social Marketing will be covered along with latest developments in the more

Short Term course on "Dynamic Modelling of Stormwater, Sewerage, and Watershed Systems with SWMM/PCSWMM"

Date: September 10th to September 14th, 2018

Visiting Faculty: Nandana Perera, Canada

Host Faculty: Prof. A K Gosain

This workshop covers introduction to SWMM5 and PCSWMM, fundamentals of SWMM hydrology/hydraulics and modelling procedures (discretization, parametrization, sensitivity, calibration, error analysis and inferring results) for stormwater, sewerage and watershed systems. It is focused on a hands-on approach providing more

Short Term course on "Technical Challenges and Solutions for Holistic Development of Communities"

Date: September 14th to September 19th, 2018

Visiting Faculty: Priti Parikh, UCL

Host Faculty: Prof. V.K.Vijay, Prof. Kavya Dashora & Prof. Vivek Kumar

This module will provide engineers an overview of the challenges and complexities of working internationally. The module will discuss theories of development and the challenges associated with infrastructure provision. The focus of this module would be for resource limited settings where the mainstream development paradigms fail to address the gap in basic rural energy, amenities and housing more

Bank Details for FEE payment

Name of the Beneficiary: IITD CEP Account
Name of Bank: State Bank of India
Branch: IIT, Hauz Khas, Delhi-110016  
Beneficiary A/C No.: 36819334799
Bank MICR Code: 110002156
Bank IFS Code: SBIN0001077

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