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Ongoing Sponsored studies

S.N.

Title

Sponsoring Agency

Partners

duration

PI

1.

Future Secular Changes and Arsenic Remediation in the Ganga River Basin

Indo-UK-DST-NERC-Newton Bhabha

Indian  partners:

NIH (Lead), IIT Kharagpur, IIT Roorkee and Mahavir Cancer Sansthan, Patna and UK partners:

University of Manchester (UK-Lead), BGS, Univ. of Birmingham; Salford University

3 year

(2018-2021)

Dr. N.C Ghosh

2.

Peya Jal Suraksha-Development of Six Pilot Riverbank Filtration Demonstration Schemes in Different Hydrogeological Settings for Sustainable Drinking Water Supply

MoWR, RD & GR, GoI

 

Sept. 2015 to

December 2019.

Dr. N.C Ghosh/ Dr Surjeet Singh

3

Study of River - Aquifer Interactions and Groundwater Potential in the Upper Ganga Basin up to Dabrani

DST under NMSHE

GW Deptt., Uttar Pradesh

5 years

(01/16 – 12/20)

 

Dr.Surjeet Singh

4

Study of River - Aquifer Interactions and Groundwater Potential in the Upper Ganga Basin up to Dabrani

DST under NMSHE

GW Deptt., Uttar Pradesh

5 years

(01/16 – 12/20)

 

Dr.Surjeet Singh

5

Hydro-Geochemical Evolution and Arsenic Occurrence in Aquifer of Central Ganges Basin

NHP(PDS)

Minor Water Resources Dept., Govt. of Bihar

3 years (Januray 2018 -December 2020)

Mr Sumant Kumar

6

Impact of Rainwater Harvesting on Groundwater Quality in India with Specific reference to Fluoride and Micro-pollutants.

Indo-UK-DST-NERC-Newton Bhabha

Other Indian partners:

IIT Ropar & IIT Jodhpur.

UK Partner: 

Cranfield University

School of Water, Energy and Environment; Cranfield University

3 years

(01/18 – 12/20)

 

Dr Anupma Sharma

7

Groundwater fluctuations and conductivity monitoring in Punjab- New evidence of groundwater dynamics in Punjab from high frequency groundwater level and salinity measurements

BGS, UK

 

BGS, UK

 

December, 2017--continuing

Dr Gopal Krishan

8

Assessment of impacts of groundwater salinity on regional groundwater resources, current and future situation in Mewat, Haryana – possible remedy and resilience building measures

 

 

NHP (PDS)

 

December, 2017-continuing

Dr Gopal Krishan