DR. M.CHANDRASEKHAR

Professor

Department of Civil Engineering

National Institute of Technology, Warangal - 506004, Telangana, INDIA

: 380mcs@gmail.com

: 9908132001

Interests: Water Quality Management Solid Waste Management Environmental Impact Assessment Air Quality modeling Wastewater Treatment

Specializations  River Water Quality management, Waste Treatment, Environmental management

Title of Thesis   IMMISSION APPROACH FOR MODELLING DISSOLVED POLLUTANTS IN A RIVER FOR SEPARATION OF POINT AND NON-POINT LOADS


 Message


Course Taught Previously


Environmental Engg (Water Supply & Treatment)

Environmental Engg (Wastewater Treatment)

Environmental Impact Assessment

Environmental Studies

Environmental Impact Assessment

Water Quality Management

Water Treatment Systems

Environmental Systems Engineering

Solid Waste Management

Ecology, Microbiology and Env. Chemistry

Air Pollution & Control

Industrial Waste Treatment

 

Courses Currently Being Taught


Air Pollution and Control

Industrial Waste Management 

Environmental Impact Assessment

Solid & Hazardous Waste Management

Industrial Wastewater Treatment

Ecology and Stream Pollution

Water Quality Modelling 

Journal Publication Details

  1. Sirpa Akhilkumar, Sahu S.K, Bhangare R.C, Tiwari M, Ajmal P.Y, Rathod T.D, Chandra Sekhar M, Pandit G.G. (2018) Determination of Henry�??s Constant of Polychlorinated Biphenyls Using Epics-Spme-GC Technique, International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology, Vol. 4, Issue 3, 00. 145-152, Print ISSN: 2395-6011, Online ISSN: 2395-602X
  2. Bob Pears, I, and , M. Chandra Sekhar (2016) - The Pathetic Condition of Hussain Sagar Lake Increasing of Water Pollution after Immersion of Ganesh-Idols in the Year-2016, Hyderabad, Telangana, India, International Journal of Research in Engineering and Applied Sciences (IJREAS), http://euroasiapub.org/journals.php, 6 Issue 10, October - 2016, pp. 136~143 ISSN(O): 2249-3905, ISSN(P) : 2349-6525 | Impact Factor: 6.573 | Thomson Reuters ID: L-5236-2015
  3. Shiva Kumar, Juwel Bharadwaj, P. Lakshmi Sruthi and M. Chandra Sekhar (2016) - Removal of Ammonia Nitrogen (NH4 -N) from Landfill Leachate by Chemical Treatment, Indian Journal of Science and Technology, Vol 9(30), ISSN (Print) : 0974-6846 ISSN (Online) : 0974-5645
  4. Chandra Sekhar, M. (2015), Assessment of Pollution in Lakes Drained by Urban Catchment, International Journal of Environmental Engineering�?? IJEE, Volume 2 : Issue 1 [ISSN : 2374-1724], pp.136-139.
  5. Chandra Sekhar, M.and N. V. Umamahesh, (2014), Modelling Dissolved Pollutants in Krishna River Using Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference Systems, Journal of Institution of Engineers, Series A, Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.1007/s40030-014-0064-0
  6. Chandra Sekhar, M and Surender Reddy K (2013) Regression Models for Prediction of Water Quality In Krishna River, Journal of Energy Technologies and Policy www.iiste.org ISSN 2224-3232 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0573 (Online) Vol.3, No.11, pp. 178-181, Special Issue
  7. Venkatesham, M. Chandra Sekhar, T.Bala Narsaiah, RS.Dave (2013), �??Municipal Solid Waste Management - A Review" ,Journal of the Institution of Public Health Engineers, India, Vol. 2013-14, No. 2, July 2013 pp 36-42.
  8. Andal M, ChandraSekhar, G.K.Viswanadh (2012) Diffusion Characteristics of Geosynthetic Clay Liners Amended with Partial Replacement of Bentonite by Flyash, Journal of Textiles and Light Industrial Science and Technology, Oct. 2012, Vo l. 1 Iss. 2, PP. 20-23.
  9. Andal M, ChandraSekhar, G.K.Viswanadh (2012), Hydraulic Conductivity of GCL with Bentonite �?? Silica Fume Matrix, Journal of Urban and Environmental Engineering, v.6, n.2, pp.109-112, ISSN 1982-3932, doi: 10.4090/juee.2012.v6n2.109112
  10. Andal M, ChandraSekhar, G.K.Viswanadh (2012), Sulphate ion Diffusion in Modified Geosynthetic Clay Liners, International Journal of Emerging Technology & Advanced Engineering, Website:www.ijetae.com (ISSN 2250-2459, Vol. 2, Issue 7, pp.254-257, July 2012)
  11. Andal, M, ChadnraSekhar and G K Viswanath (2011). Hydraulic Conductivity of Ameliorated Geosynthetic Clay Liners, Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, Vol16 (2011) pp. 1362�??1368.
  12. Srikanth DSK, B Sudhakar, K Siva Rama Krishna, P Vasudeva Rao and Chandra Sekhar (2011) Determining Water Quality Index for Evaluation of Water Quality of River Godavari, Int. Journal of Engg Research and Applications, ISSN 2248-9642, Vol 1, Issue 2, pp. 174-182.
  13. Sesha Sreenivas. B, Chandra Sekhar and B. Shailamber (2008) Assessment of dissolved pollutants in Krishna river using mass balance approach, Jl of AP Academy of Sciences, Vol.12(4), pp. 393-398
  14. Chandra Sekhar, M. and Chakravarthy (2008). Removal of Lead from Aqueous Effluents by Adsorption on Coconut Shell Carbon,  Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, Vol.50, No.2, pp.137-140.
  15. S. Sreenivas, Chandra Sekhar, M. and S. Reddy (2008). Impact of Disposal of Wastewater Effluents on Water Quality of Godavari at Badrachalam, Indian Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 9 - 17. 
  16. Chandra Sekhar. M and MVK Satya Prasad (2006) Regression Models for Assessment of Dissolved Pollutants in Krishna River, Journal of Indian Water Resources Society, Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. 46-49.
  17. Chandra Sekhar, M.and N. V. Umamahesh (2004). Mass Balance Approach for Assessment of Pollution Load in a River, Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, Vol.46, No.2, pp.159-171.
  18. Chandra Sekhar, M. and G. Appa Rao (2004) Assessment of air quality around a coal mine using ORAQI indices. Jl. of Indian Association of Env. Management, 30(2):103-106.
  19. Chandra Sekhar, M, and Indira, Ch, (2003).,Modelling chloride �?? discharge relationships in Krishna river basin, International Journal of Water Science & Technology, Vol. 48, No. 7, pp. 57-63.
  20. Chandra Sekhar, M. and N. V. Umamahesh (2002). Impact of Land use on Water Quality of the River Krishna, Journal of Hydrology, Vol.25, No. 2&3, pp33-43.
  21. Chandra Sekhar, M. & K. Chakravarthy(2000). Study of Removal of Zinc by Coal and Clay Minerals, Journal of Indian Water Works Association, Vol. 32, No. 4, pp. 305-307.
  22. Chandra Sekhar, M (1999). The Use of Drastic Modeling Indices for the Assessment of Groundwater Pollution, Impact of Urban Growth on Surface Water and Groundwater Quality, Ellis. B (eds.), IAHS Publication No. 259, pp. 111-113.
  23. Satyanarayana, M. and Chandra Sekhar, M. (1996). Occurrence & Control of Trihalo-methanes in Drinking Waters, Indian Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol. 16, No. 6,  423 - 426.
  24. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1996). Water Quality Criteria for Irrigation, Indian Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 217 - 219.
  25. Chandra Sekhar, M & Anand Raj, P. (1995). Land use - Water Quality Modeling : A Case Study, International Journal of Water Science & Technology, Vol. 31, No. 8, pp. 383-386.
  26. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1994). Surveillance of Water Quality Parameters in Relation to Land use - A Case Study of Warangal Town in Andhra Pradesh, Journal of Indian Water Works Association, July - Sept., 1994, pp. 177-178.

Reviewed Articles

  1. Chandra Sekhar, M.and N. V. Umamahesh (2002). Impact of Monsoon rainfall on Stream Water Chemistry, Water Resource Management in Arid Regions, Singh. V.P. et al. (eds.), Balkema Publications, Vol.3, pp. 3-11.
  2. Chandra Sekhar, M. (2002). Modelling Dissolved Oxygen Profiles in a River, Water Resource Management in Arid Regions, Singh. V.P. et al. (eds.), Balkema Publications, Vol.3, pp. 13 -18.
  3. Chandra Sekhar, M. & K. Chakravarthy (2001). Coal and Clay Minerals for removal of Zinc, Advances in Environmental Materials, White, Stegemann (eds.), Material Research Society, Vol. II, pp. 151-156.
  4. Chandra Sekhar, M (2000). Non-Point Source Pollution Trends in an Urban Groundwater Area, Groundwater 2000, Bjerg (eds.), Balkema Publications, 489-490.
  5. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1998). Management of Lake Catchment - Towards Sustainability, Water Quality & its Management, CVJ Varma (eds.), Balkema Publications, 115-119.
  6. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1997). Impact of Opencast Coal Mining on the Air Environment, Engineering Geology & Environment, Marino, Koukis, Tsiambaos & Stoumaras (eds.) Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 2487-2493.
  7. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1997). Assessment of Ambient Air Quality in an Urban Ecosystem, Urban Ecology, Breuste, H. Feldmann, O. Uhlmann (eds.) Springer�??Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 109-113.
  8. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1997).Disposal of Industrial Wastewater into Irrigation Drains - A Worthwhile Consideration Applicable for Coastal Environment, International Conference on Flow Regimes from International Experiments and Network Data (FRIEND�??97), Vol. 15/19, pp. 129-132,

 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

  1. Sagarika and M. Chandra Sekhar, (2018). Experimental Studies on the Effect of Premixing Methods in Anaerobic Digestor with Corn Stover, International Conference on Diversification Trends in Engineering Technology and Applied Sciences (DTETA), Tokyo, March 22-23, 2018.
  2. Chandra Sekhar M and Ranadeer Reddy A (2017) Studies on Efficiency of UASB Reactor during Sludge Granulation, VII  Conf. on Chemical, Agriculture, Environment and Natural Sc. (CAENS-2017), Nov. 20-21, 2017, ISBN 978-93-86878-04-5, pp. 40-45. http://urst.org/siteadmin/upload/8094U1117201.pdf
  3. Shamma Damani and Chandra Sekhar M, (2015), Fluoride removal in water using low cost locally available industrial wastes,  International Conference on Environment and Ecology (ICEE-2015)  March 2-4, 2015, Kolkata (INDIA)
  4. Binay Kumar Tripathy, and Chandra Sekhar M (2015), Catalytic oxidation of waste water using hydrogen peroxide and flyash as catalyst,  International Conference on Environment and Ecology (ICEE-2015)  March 2-4, 2015, Kolkata (INDIA)
  5. M Chandra Sekhar and Mahesh, (2015), Probability studies for assessment of dissolved oxygen profiles in Krishna river,  International Conference on Chemical, Environmental and Biological Sciences (CEBS-2015)  March 18-19, 2015 Dubai (UAE).
  6. Chandra Sekhar, M and S.V.N.Vamsi, (2015), Performance Analysis of a Ceramic Microfiltration Membrane,International Conference on Environment and Ecology (ICEE-2015) March 2-4, 2015, Kolkata (INDIA)
  7. Venkatesham, M. Chandra Sekhar, T. BalaNarsaiah (2014) Assessment of the quality of Windrow composting produced from Municipal solid resource (waste)�??- 4th International Conference on Solid Waste Management and Exhibition on Municipal Services, Clean technology January 28-30, 2014 at Hyderabad, India
  8. Animesh Rai, Chandra Sekhar, Rajeev Kumar Pandey, KrishnenduKundu, (2013) - Effect of Process Parameters for Standardization of Estrification of cottonseed for production of Biodiesel�?? in International Conference on Environment, Health and Industrial Biotechnology (BioSangam 2013) organised by Dept of Biotechnology, Motilal Nehru Institute of Technology Allahabad, Allahabad Uttar Pradesh India on 21st to 23rd November 2013. (ISBN: 978-93-83083-41-1.2013 & UID No: BPD008, Page-425)
  9. Chandra Sekhar, M (2011) INRM Practices and Issues in India with Emphasis on Best Management Practices �?? Case Studies, 1st Int. Consultative Training Workshop on �??Participatory Management of Natural Resources in Arid and Semi-arid Lands�??, Iran(December). 
  10. Bob Pears, I, Murali Mohan, K and , Chandra Sekhar(2010) Hydro-chemical Analysis of groundwater quality in Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy Areas of AP, India in the year 2008, Int. Conf. on Climate Change Perspectives and Projections �?? A System Approach, (December).
  11. Bob Pears, I, Murali Mohan, K and , Chandra Sekhar(2010) Major Ion Chemistry of Ground Water of Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy Areas of AP, India in the year 2007, International Conference on Green Summit on Climate Change �?? Issues and Concerns, (November).
  12. Bob Pears, I, Murali Mohan, K and , Chandra Sekhar(2010) Assessment of Groundwater Quality in Hyderabad with respect to Fluoride and Nitrates, International Congress on Environmental Research, (September)
  13. Bob Pears, I, Prasad, C.V.V and , Chandra Sekhar(2010) Assessment of Water Quality Status of Musi River : A Tributary of River Krishna in India, International Congress on Environmental Research, (September)
  14. Chandra Sekhar, M.,Amarnath Reddy A & Radhakrishna K V (2009). Imparting Employable Skills ThroughJawahar Knowledge Centre Initiative By The Government Of Andhra Pradesh, India, Global Colloquium on Engineering Education at Budapest, Hungary, (October).
  15. Chandra Sekhar, M. & Amarnath Reddy A (2008). Jawahar Knowledge Centre �?? A Step towards enabling students for acquiring Industry Grade Skills, 38th ISTE National Convention and IFEES International Conference at KIIT Univesity, Bhubaneswar, (December)  
  16. Chandra Sekhar, M, and Sreenivasulu, (2007). Modelling nutrients contributed by overland flow, Symposium on Ecohydrulics, New Zealand, (February).
  17. Chandra Sekhar, M and S. Sathish Kumar (2005). Assessment and Prediction of Nutrient Loads Contributed by Musi River Basin, International River Symposium, Brisbane (September)
  18. Chandra Sekhar, M (2005). Airborne Metallic Particulates from Urban Sources in A Growing Tropical Town, IAMAS, Beijing, China (July)
  19. Chandra Sekhar, M. and N. V. Umamahesh (2004). Base Flow Contributions to Dissolved Pollutant Loads in Krishna River, I AOGS Assembly, Singapore (June).
  20. Chandra Sekhar, M (2002). Apportionment of pollutant loads arising from catchment, WORLD WATER FORUM, Kyoto, (March).
  21. Chandra Sekhar, M, N. V. Umamahesh (2002). Material balances for modeling non-point source pollution, I World Wide Workshop for Junior Environmental Scientists (May).
  22. Chandra Sekhar, M, N. V. Umamahesh and Sreenivasulu (2002). Assessment of pollutant loads in a river by indirect approach, International Conference on Automation in Water Quality Monitoring Networks, Vienna, Austria (May)
  23. Chandra Sekhar, M, N. V. Umamahesh and M. V. K. Satya Prasad (2001). Modelling Dissolved Solids Using Indirect Approaches, VI Scientific Assembly of the IAHS, Maastricht, Netherlands (July).
  24. Chandra Sekhar, M.and N. V. Umamahesh (2001). Application of Mass Balances for Separation of Point and Non-point Loads, V Int. Conf. on Diffuse/Non-point Pollution and Watershed Management, Milwaukee, USA (June)
  25. Chandra Sekhar, M and N. V. Umamahesh (2000). Approaches for Modelling Non-Point Source Pollution from a Watershed, Conference on Agricultural Effects on Ground and Surface Waters, Wageningen, Netherlands, (October).
  26. Chandra Sekhar, M. and Sathish Kumar, S.(1998).Macro Model for Assessment and Prediction of Nutrient Loads - a case study, Proceedings of International Symposium on Comprehensive Watershed Management, Beijing, China.
  27. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1998).Integrated Water Quality Management Plan for Bhadri Lake, Proceedings of International Conference on World Water Resources at the beginning of the 21st Century, IHP V, No. 18, pp. 241-245, Paris, France.
  28. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1997).Characterization and Treatment of Effluents from Paint Industry, International Conference on Industrial Pollution and Control Technologies, pp. 142-146, India.
  29. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1997). Restoration of lake Ecosystems - A case Study, VII Int. Conf. Conservation & Management of Lakes, ARGENTINA.
  30. Chandra Sekhar,M. (1996). Seasonal Variations of Metallic Levels in Water Supplies - a Case Study, International Conference on Aspects of Conflicts in Reservoir Development & Management, pp. 631-641,
  31. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1996). Air Quality Monitoring by Source Apportionment Studies, International Conference on Urban Climatology, Germany.
  32. Chandra Sekhar,M. (1995). Control of Heavy Metal Contamination in Drinking Water Sources, International CBIP R&D Session, New Delhi.
  33. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1995).Impact of Non-Point Source pollution from the Catchment on Water Quality - A Statistical Approach, VI Int. Conference Conservation & Management of Lakes, JAPAN.
  34. Reddy, K.M., Chandra Sekhar, M.& Ramprasad,G. (1994).Impact of Pilgrimage on Environment of Tirupati-An Important Pilgrim Town in India, VII Int. Symposium on Resource & Environmental Monitoring, pp. 349-352, BRAZIL.
  35. Reddy, M., Natrajan, S., Chandra Sekhar, M& Rao, S.V.L.N. (1993). GIS software in Parallel Mode, GIS/LIS Annual Conference, U.S.A.

Ph.D.'s Supervised

  1. A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON COMPOSTING TECHNOLOGIES FOR MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
  2. Diffusion Characteristics of Geosynthetic Clay Liners Amended with Partial Replacement of Bentonite by Flyash


M Tech's Supervised

  1. Determination of Henry�??s Constants of Polychlorinated Biphenyls using EPICS-SPME-GC Technique & Scavenging Action of Rainwater (2018)
  2. Assessment of Suspended Particulate Matter in Urban Ambient Atmosphere (2018)
  3. Trace Analysis of Heavy Metals in Water using Multivariate Statistical Techniques in Jeedimetla Industrial Park (2018)
  4. Experimental Studies on Removal of Chromium from Tannery Wastewater using Chemical Precipitation and Adsorption (2018)
  5. Assessment of the Impacts of Climate Change on Water Quality of River Tungabhadra (2018)
  6. Studies on waste to energy options using MSW and coal for co-firing (2017)
  7. Assessment of groundwater quality in Hussainsagar catchment area by using multivariate statistical analysis (2017)
  8. Comparison of pre-mixing methods of cornstover in solid state anaerobic digestion (2017)
  9. Removal of Ammonia - Nitrogen from Landfill Leachate by Enhancing Struvite Precipitation Potential (2016)
  10. Automobile Pollution Modeling Using CALINE4 Approach with GIS Techniques (2016)
  11. Removal of Copper and Nickel from Aqueous solution using Non-Conventional Adsorbents (2016)
  12. River Water Quality Modeling using Principal Component Analysis and Multiple Linear Regression (2016)
  13. Hydrological Modeling studies of Pravara Basin (2016)
  14. Indoor Air quality assessment in two micro environment (2015)
  15. Indoor Air quality assessment in some municipality school in Mumbai. (2015)
  16. Advanced oxidation treatment of tannery waste water using fly ash catalyst. (2015)
  17. Turbidity, COD, TSS and silica removal using different membrane filtration technique (2015)
  18. Fluoride removal using locally available industrial waste like fly ash and bottom ash and their modification. (2015)
  19. The influence of single point source of pollutants on surrounding area (Warsaw City) (2015)
  20. Rainfall Induced Landslide Hazard Assessment (2015)
  21. Role of Supply Chain Management in Construction Industry (2015)
  22. Application of Surface Response Methodology for Adsorption of Fluoride from water using Aluminium Hydroxide Coated RHC (2014)
  23. Municipal Solid waste management: A case study of RAJNANDGAON, Chattisgarh (2014).
  24. A Study on impacts on Environment due to MSW dumpsites (2014).
  25. Application of GIS for identification of suitable Landfill Site (2014).
  26. Bioremediation of hexavalent Chromium by sulphate reducing bacteria (2014).
  27. Study of Water Balance of Dharmasagar Catchment Area (2014).
  28. Risk Management in Construction Industry (2014)
  29. Investigation of quality and fertilizing potential of composts produced from MSW (2013)
  30. Characterization and Management of Municipal Solid Waste of Warangal, (2007)
  31. Software development for design of industrial wastewater treatment plant using Visual Basic (2007)
  32. Determination of WQI and its application in river water quality evaluation (2006)
  33. Estimation of peak discharge for ungauged watershed using geomorphologic parameters developed through GIS approach (2006)
  34. Development of WQI for River Godavari and Indravathi (2006)
  35. Assessment of Chemical Weathering Rates in Krishna and Godavari River Basins (2006)
  36. Development of GIS database for quantitative & qualitative analysis of groundwater in Warangal district. (2005)
  37. Watershed Prioritization and Estimation of Runoff �?? A GIS Approach (2004)
  38. Modeling Quality of Groundwater in Warangal District using FEM and GIS (2004)
  39. Software development for design of sewage treatment plant using Visual Basic (2004)
  40. Probability Studies for Assessment of Dissolved Oxygen Profiles in Krishna River (2003)
  41. Modeling Nutrients Contributed by Overland Flow from the River Basin (2002)
  42. Application of mass balances for assessment of pollutant transport in Krishna River (2002)
  43. Modeling Chloride �?? Discharge Relationships in Krishna River Basin (2002)
  44. Analysis of Solid Waste and Web Enabled Design of Landfill Using JAVA (2000)
  45. Modeling Dissolved Solids using Land use Characteristics (2000)
  46. Indirect Approach for Modeling Water Quality (2000)
  47. Mass balance Approach for Assessment of Pollutant Loads (1999)
  48. Statistical Approach to Study the Impacts of Land use on Water Quality (1998)
  49. Macro-Model for Assessment and Prediction of Nutrient loads from the Musi River Catchment (1997)
  50. Assessment of Groundwater Pollution Potential by Drastic Indices (1997)
  51. Removal of Lead by Adsorption technique on Activated Rice Husk Carbon (1993)
  52. An Experimental Study on Removal of Zinc by Adsorption on Coal and Clay Minerals (1992)
  53. Study on Land use-Water Quality Relationships in Badri Catchment (1992)

 

 

Workshop/SSTPs/Conference Organized


  1. Coordinator for GIAN Course on Sustainability and Human Needs �?? Sponsored by MHRD, Dec 2017.
  2. Coordinator of a two week course on Life Cycle Assessment Methodology - sponsored by TEQIP II, Feb 2017.
  3. Coordinator of AICTE ISTE Short Term Training Program (2007 08) on WATER QUALITY MODELLING AND MANAGEMENT as on deputation, the program was conducted along with co- Coordinator.
  4. Coordinated Environmental Awareness Workshop on Waste Management in Urban Areas in September 2004.
  5. Treasure and Member of the Organizing Committee of International Conference on Advanced Modeling Techniques for Sustainable Water Resources Management (January 2004).
  6. Coordinator of a two week course on Urban Stormwater Management which was cosponsored by the German National Committee for the International Hydrology Programme of the UNESCO and the Operational Hydrology Programme of the WMO during February 2000.

 

Awards/Honours

  1. Developed online course content for two subjects under Pedagogy Project of MHRD, Govt of India.
  2. Awarded Subject Prize instituted by Ministry of Water Resources, Govt of India, for the Paper titled �??Modelling Dissolved Pollutants in Krishna River Using Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference Systems�?? (published in the Series �??A�?? Journal of IEI, Vol. 95, Issue 1) at the 30th Indian Engineering Congress, Guwahati (2015)
  3. Appointed as One Man Committee Member by National Green Tribunal.
  4. Offered Scholarship under Heritage Erasmus Mundus Action 2 Project on Staff Mobility at Warsaw University of Technology, Poland, 2014.
  5. Invited for I International Consultative Training Workshop on �??Participatory Management of Natural Resources in Arid and Semi-arid Lands�??, 9 - 23 December 2011, Tehran, Iran
  6. Member of Divisional Advisory Committee, EMD, Engineering Staff College of India, Hyderabad
  7. Nominated by MHRD, GoI for Technical & Vocational Education Training (TVET) program at Singapore, March 2011.
  8. Authored a text Book titled Environmental Science, Published by Hitech Publishers.
  9. Coordinated several Workshops and Summer Schools and delivered lectures as Resource Person.
  10. Invited to teach a course on Environmental Engg. at the Prestina Summer Univ. (2002).
  11. Invited for participation in the World Wide Water - Junior Environmental Scientists (WWW �?? JES) Workshop at the University of Water, Paris (May 21 - 25, 2002)
  12. Invited for Research Discussions by University of Essen, Germany and Technical University of Vienna,
  13. Offered Scholarship by the DCAMM International Graduate Research School for participating in a course on Transport and Biodegradation in heterogeneous Groundwater Aquifers, during August, 2000.
  14. Offered Scholarship by the Max Plank Institute, Hamburg for a course on Beyond Kyoto -, July-Nov., 2000.
  15. Shared a Gold Medal and Memento for Best Contribution as Team Leader in the Janmabhoomi Programme involving peoples�?? participation during January 1997.
  16. Visited several countries for presentation of research papers, workshops, research discussions, teaching, etc.

 Achievements 

 

  1. Member, Budget Allocation Committee for NITs
  2. Organized workshops/ seminars/summer schools for faculty/ research groups on advanced topics.
  3. Invited for lectures in Workshops/ Training Programmes/ Refresher Courses/ summer schools. 4. Designed course curriculum for PG Program in Environmental Engineering
  4. Involved in various consultancy assignments and R&D activities.
  5. Expansion of the JKC program to 800+ colleges from 250+ colleges.
  6. Planning, Coordinating& Monitoring training programs in 800 colleges and about 80,000 students in the state of Andhra Pradesh promoting for skill development and training on Industry grade skills.
  7. Initiated training programs on Modular Employable Skills (MES) to JKC students and till date about 5000 students are trained and certified under MES (GOI) scheme.
  8. Introduced of certification programs in Oracle, IBM, Microsoft ,Tallly, SAP, Autodesk, etc for JKC students.
  9. Designed online examination for Skill Assessment and diagnosis of strengths and weaknesses.
  10. Promotion of various Industry �?? Academia connect programs supported by Infosys, IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, etc.
  11. Academic Coordination of Special Training Program (STP) under Affirmative Action (conceived by Sri Narayana Murthy, Infosys) �?? 10 batches completed out of 12 batches in India

Administrative Experience 

  1. Head, Water & Environment Division
  2. Registrar I/C, NIT Warangal
  3. Chairman, Games Committee, NIT Warangal
  4. Prof I/C Training and Placements
  5. Program Coordinator, M Tech Environmental Engineering
  6. Director, Academic Affairs (JKC) for 5 years (on deputation with IEG, Govt of AP)
  7. Environmental Lab Incharge
  8. I/C Division Library, Time Tables, M Tech Industrial Training, Seminars
  9. Organized Short term courses, workshops, FEPs
  10. Hostel Warden
  11. Coordinated students educational tours
  12. Incharge of Water & Drainage of NIT Campus

Course Taught Previously

 

Environmental Engineering- I (Water Supply & Treatment),

Environmental Engineering - II (Wastewater Treatment),

Env. Impact Assessment,

Environmental Studies

Water Quality Management,

Water Treatment Systems,

Environmental Systems Engineering,

Solid Waste Management,

Ecology, Microbiology &Env. Chemistry,

Air Pollution & Control,

Industrial Waste Treatment

Publications

JOURNALS

  1. Bob Pears, I, and , M. Chandra Sekhar (2016) - The Pathetic Condition of Hussain Sagar Lake Increasing of Water Pollution after Immersion of Ganesh-Idols in the Year-2016, Hyderabad, Telangana, India, International Journal of Research in Engineering and Applied Sciences (IJREAS), http://euroasiapub.org/journals.php, 6 Issue 10, October - 2016, pp. 136~143 ISSN(O): 2249-3905, ISSN(P) : 2349-6525 | Impact Factor: 6.573 | Thomson Reuters ID: L-5236-2015
  2. Shiva Kumar, Juwel Bharadwaj, P. Lakshmi Sruthi and M. Chandra Sekhar (2016) - Removal of Ammonia Nitrogen (NH4 -N) from Landfill Leachate by Chemical Treatment, Indian Journal of Science and Technology, Vol 9(30), ISSN (Print) : 0974-6846 ISSN (Online) : 0974-5645
  3. Chandra Sekhar, M. (2015), Assessment of Pollution in Lakes Drained by Urban Catchment, International Journal of Environmental Engineering�?? IJEE, Volume 2 : Issue 1 [ISSN : 2374-1724], pp.136-139.
  4. Chandra Sekhar, M.and N. V. Umamahesh, (2014), Modelling Dissolved Pollutants in Krishna River Using Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference Systems, Journal of Institution of Engineers, Series A, Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.1007/s40030-014-0064-0
  5. Chandra Sekhar, M and Surender Reddy K (2013) Regression Models for Prediction of Water Quality In Krishna River, Journal of Energy Technologies and Policy www.iiste.org ISSN 2224-3232 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0573 (Online) Vol.3, No.11, pp. 178-181, Special Issue
  6. Venkatesham, M. Chandra Sekhar, T.Bala Narsaiah, RS.Dave (2013), �??Municipal Solid Waste Management - A Review" ,Journal of the Institution of Public Health Engineers, India, Vol. 2013-14, No. 2, July 2013 pp 36-42.
  7. Andal M, ChandraSekhar, G.K.Viswanadh (2012) Diffusion Characteristics of Geosynthetic Clay Liners Amended with Partial Replacement of Bentonite by Flyash, Journal of Textiles and Light Industrial Science and Technology, Oct. 2012, Vo l. 1 Iss. 2, PP. 20-23.
  8. Andal M, ChandraSekhar, G.K.Viswanadh (2012), Hydraulic Conductivity of GCL with Bentonite �?? Silica Fume Matrix, Journal of Urban and Environmental Engineering, v.6, n.2, pp.109-112, ISSN 1982-3932, doi: 10.4090/juee.2012.v6n2.109112
  9. Andal M, ChandraSekhar, G.K.Viswanadh (2012), Sulphate ion Diffusion in Modified Geosynthetic Clay Liners, International Journal of Emerging Technology & Advanced Engineering, Website:www.ijetae.com (ISSN 2250-2459, Vol. 2, Issue 7, pp.254-257, July 2012)
  10. Andal, M, ChadnraSekhar and G K Viswanath (2011). Hydraulic Conductivity of Ameliorated Geosynthetic Clay Liners, Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, Vol16 (2011) pp. 1362�??1368.
  11. Srikanth DSK, B Sudhakar, K Siva Rama Krishna, P Vasudeva Rao and Chandra Sekhar (2011) Determining Water Quality Index for Evaluation of Water Quality of River Godavari, Int. Journal of Engg Research and Applications, ISSN 2248-9642, Vol 1, Issue 2, pp. 174-182.
  12. Sesha Sreenivas. B, Chandra Sekhar and B. Shailamber (2008) Assessment of dissolved pollutants in Krishna river using mass balance approach, Jl of AP Academy of Sciences, Vol.12(4), pp. 393-398
  13. Chandra Sekhar, M. and Chakravarthy (2008). Removal of Lead from Aqueous Effluents by Adsorption on Coconut Shell Carbon,  Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, Vol.50, No.2, pp.137-140.
  14. S. Sreenivas, Chandra Sekhar, M. and S. Reddy (2008). Impact of Disposal of Wastewater Effluents on Water Quality of Godavari at Badrachalam, Indian Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 9 - 17. 
  15. Chandra Sekhar. M and MVK Satya Prasad (2006) Regression Models for Assessment of Dissolved Pollutants in Krishna River, Journal of Indian Water Resources Society, Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. 46-49.
  16. Chandra Sekhar, M.and N. V. Umamahesh (2004). Mass Balance Approach for Assessment of Pollution Load in a River, Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, Vol.46, No.2, pp.159-171.
  17. Chandra Sekhar, M. and G. Appa Rao (2004) Assessment of air quality around a coal mine using ORAQI indices. Jl. of Indian Association of Env. Management, 30(2):103-106.
  18. Chandra Sekhar, M, and Indira, Ch, (2003).,Modelling chloride �?? discharge relationships in Krishna river basin, International Journal of Water Science & Technology, Vol. 48, No. 7, pp. 57-63.
  19. Chandra Sekhar, M. and N. V. Umamahesh (2002). Impact of Land use on Water Quality of the River Krishna, Journal of Hydrology, Vol.25, No. 2&3, pp33-43.
  20. Chandra Sekhar, M. & K. Chakravarthy(2000). Study of Removal of Zinc by Coal and Clay Minerals, Journal of Indian Water Works Association, Vol. 32, No. 4, pp. 305-307.
  21. Chandra Sekhar, M (1999). The Use of Drastic Modeling Indices for the Assessment of Groundwater Pollution, Impact of Urban Growth on Surface Water and Groundwater Quality, Ellis. B (eds.), IAHS Publication No. 259, pp. 111-113.
  22. Satyanarayana, M. and Chandra Sekhar, M. (1996). Occurrence & Control of Trihalo-methanes in Drinking Waters, Indian Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol. 16, No. 6,  423 - 426.
  23. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1996). Water Quality Criteria for Irrigation, Indian Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 217 - 219.
  24. Chandra Sekhar, M & Anand Raj, P. (1995). Land use - Water Quality Modeling : A Case Study, International Journal of Water Science & Technology, Vol. 31, No. 8, pp. 383-386.
  25. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1994). Surveillance of Water Quality Parameters in Relation to Land use - A Case Study of Warangal Town in Andhra Pradesh, Journal of Indian Water Works Association, July - Sept., 1994, pp. 177-178.

Reviewed Articles

  1. Chandra Sekhar, M.and N. V. Umamahesh (2002). Impact of Monsoon rainfall on Stream Water Chemistry, Water Resource Management in Arid Regions, Singh. V.P. et al. (eds.), Balkema Publications, Vol.3, pp. 3-11.
  2. Chandra Sekhar, M. (2002). Modelling Dissolved Oxygen Profiles in a River, Water Resource Management in Arid Regions, Singh. V.P. et al. (eds.), Balkema Publications, Vol.3, pp. 13 -18.
  3. Chandra Sekhar, M. & K. Chakravarthy (2001). Coal and Clay Minerals for removal of Zinc, Advances in Environmental Materials, White, Stegemann (eds.), Material Research Society, Vol. II, pp. 151-156.
  4. Chandra Sekhar, M (2000). Non-Point Source Pollution Trends in an Urban Groundwater Area, Groundwater 2000, Bjerg (eds.), Balkema Publications, 489-490.
  5. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1998). Management of Lake Catchment - Towards Sustainability, Water Quality & its Management, CVJ Varma (eds.), Balkema Publications, 115-119.
  6. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1997). Impact of Opencast Coal Mining on the Air Environment, Engineering Geology & Environment, Marino, Koukis, Tsiambaos & Stoumaras (eds.) Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 2487-2493.
  7. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1997). Assessment of Ambient Air Quality in an Urban Ecosystem, Urban Ecology, Breuste, H. Feldmann, O. Uhlmann (eds.) Springer�??Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 109-113.
  8. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1997).Disposal of Industrial Wastewater into Irrigation Drains - A Worthwhile Consideration Applicable for Coastal Environment, International Conference on Flow Regimes from International Experiments and Network Data (FRIEND�??97), Vol. 15/19, pp. 129-132,

 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

  1. Shamma Damani and Chandra Sekhar M, (2015), Fluoride removal in water using low cost locally available industrial wastes,  International Conference on Environment and Ecology (ICEE-2015)  March 2-4, 2015, Kolkata (INDIA)
  2. Binay Kumar Tripathy, and Chandra Sekhar M (2015), Catalytic oxidation of waste water using hydrogen peroxide and flyash as catalyst,  International Conference on Environment and Ecology (ICEE-2015)  March 2-4, 2015, Kolkata (INDIA)
  3. M Chandra Sekhar and Mahesh, (2015), Probability studies for assessment of dissolved oxygen profiles in Krishna river,  International Conference on Chemical, Environmental and Biological Sciences (CEBS-2015)  March 18-19, 2015 Dubai (UAE).
  4. Chandra Sekhar, M and S.V.N.Vamsi, (2015), Performance Analysis of a Ceramic Microfiltration Membrane,International Conference on Environment and Ecology (ICEE-2015) March 2-4, 2015, Kolkata (INDIA)
  5. Venkatesham, M. Chandra Sekhar, T. BalaNarsaiah (2014) Assessment of the quality of Windrow composting produced from Municipal solid resource (waste)�??- 4th International Conference on Solid Waste Management and Exhibition on Municipal Services, Clean technology January 28-30, 2014 at Hyderabad, India
  6. Animesh Rai, Chandra Sekhar, Rajeev Kumar Pandey, KrishnenduKundu, (2013) - Effect of Process Parameters for Standardization of Estrification of cottonseed for production of Biodiesel�?? in International Conference on Environment, Health and Industrial Biotechnology (BioSangam 2013) organised by Dept of Biotechnology, Motilal Nehru Institute of Technology Allahabad, Allahabad Uttar Pradesh India on 21st to 23rd November 2013. (ISBN: 978-93-83083-41-1.2013 & UID No: BPD008, Page-425)
  7. Chandra Sekhar, M (2011) INRM Practices and Issues in India with Emphasis on Best Management Practices �?? Case Studies, 1st Int. Consultative Training Workshop on �??Participatory Management of Natural Resources in Arid and Semi-arid Lands�??, Iran(December). 
  8. Bob Pears, I, Murali Mohan, K and , Chandra Sekhar(2010) Hydro-chemical Analysis of groundwater quality in Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy Areas of AP, India in the year 2008, Int. Conf. on Climate Change Perspectives and Projections �?? A System Approach, (December).
  9. Bob Pears, I, Murali Mohan, K and , Chandra Sekhar(2010) Major Ion Chemistry of Ground Water of Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy Areas of AP, India in the year 2007, International Conference on Green Summit on Climate Change �?? Issues and Concerns, (November).
  10. Bob Pears, I, Murali Mohan, K and , Chandra Sekhar(2010) Assessment of Groundwater Quality in Hyderabad with respect to Fluoride and Nitrates, International Congress on Environmental Research, (September)
  11. Bob Pears, I, Prasad, C.V.V and , Chandra Sekhar(2010) Assessment of Water Quality Status of Musi River : A Tributary of River Krishna in India, International Congress on Environmental Research, (September)
  12. Chandra Sekhar, M.,Amarnath Reddy A & Radhakrishna K V (2009). Imparting Employable Skills ThroughJawahar Knowledge Centre Initiative By The Government Of Andhra Pradesh, India, Global Colloquium on Engineering Education at Budapest, Hungary, (October).
  13. Chandra Sekhar, M. & Amarnath Reddy A (2008). Jawahar Knowledge Centre �?? A Step towards enabling students for acquiring Industry Grade Skills, 38th ISTE National Convention and IFEES International Conference at KIIT Univesity, Bhubaneswar, (December)  
  14. Chandra Sekhar, M, and Sreenivasulu, (2007). Modelling nutrients contributed by overland flow, Symposium on Ecohydrulics, New Zealand, (February).
  15. Chandra Sekhar, M and S. Sathish Kumar (2005). Assessment and Prediction of Nutrient Loads Contributed by Musi River Basin, International River Symposium, Brisbane (September)
  16. Chandra Sekhar, M (2005). Airborne Metallic Particulates from Urban Sources in A Growing Tropical Town, IAMAS, Beijing, China (July)
  17. Chandra Sekhar, M. and N. V. Umamahesh (2004). Base Flow Contributions to Dissolved Pollutant Loads in Krishna River, I AOGS Assembly, Singapore (June).
  18. Chandra Sekhar, M (2002). Apportionment of pollutant loads arising from catchment, WORLD WATER FORUM, Kyoto, (March).
  19. Chandra Sekhar, M, N. V. Umamahesh (2002). Material balances for modeling non-point source pollution, I World Wide Workshop for Junior Environmental Scientists (May).
  20. Chandra Sekhar, M, N. V. Umamahesh and Sreenivasulu (2002). Assessment of pollutant loads in a river by indirect approach, International Conference on Automation in Water Quality Monitoring Networks, Vienna, Austria (May)
  21. Chandra Sekhar, M, N. V. Umamahesh and M. V. K. Satya Prasad (2001). Modelling Dissolved Solids Using Indirect Approaches, VI Scientific Assembly of the IAHS, Maastricht, Netherlands (July).
  22. Chandra Sekhar, M.and N. V. Umamahesh (2001). Application of Mass Balances for Separation of Point and Non-point Loads, V Int. Conf. on Diffuse/Non-point Pollution and Watershed Management, Milwaukee, USA (June)
  23. Chandra Sekhar, M and N. V. Umamahesh (2000). Approaches for Modelling Non-Point Source Pollution from a Watershed, Conference on Agricultural Effects on Ground and Surface Waters, Wageningen, Netherlands, (October).
  24. Chandra Sekhar, M. and Sathish Kumar, S.(1998).Macro Model for Assessment and Prediction of Nutrient Loads - a case study, Proceedings of International Symposium on Comprehensive Watershed Management, Beijing, China.
  25. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1998).Integrated Water Quality Management Plan for Bhadri Lake, Proceedings of International Conference on World Water Resources at the beginning of the 21st Century, IHP V, No. 18, pp. 241-245, Paris, France.
  26. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1997).Characterization and Treatment of Effluents from Paint Industry, International Conference on Industrial Pollution and Control Technologies, pp. 142-146, India.
  27. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1997). Restoration of lake Ecosystems - A case Study, VII Int. Conf. Conservation & Management of Lakes, ARGENTINA.
  28. Chandra Sekhar,M. (1996). Seasonal Variations of Metallic Levels in Water Supplies - a Case Study, International Conference on Aspects of Conflicts in Reservoir Development & Management, pp. 631-641,
  29. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1996). Air Quality Monitoring by Source Apportionment Studies, International Conference on Urban Climatology, Germany.
  30. Chandra Sekhar,M. (1995). Control of Heavy Metal Contamination in Drinking Water Sources, International CBIP R&D Session, New Delhi.
  31. Chandra Sekhar, M. (1995).Impact of Non-Point Source pollution from the Catchment on Water Quality - A Statistical Approach, VI Int. Conference Conservation & Management of Lakes, JAPAN.
  32. Reddy, K.M., Chandra Sekhar, M.& Ramprasad,G. (1994).Impact of Pilgrimage on Environment of Tirupati-An Important Pilgrim Town in India, VII Int. Symposium on Resource & Environmental Monitoring, pp. 349-352, BRAZIL.
  33. Reddy, M., Natrajan, S., Chandra Sekhar, M& Rao, S.V.L.N. (1993). GIS software in Parallel Mode, GIS/LIS Annual Conference, U.S.A.

 

PHDs Supervised

 

  1. A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON COMPOSTING TECHNOLOGIES FOR MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
  2. Diffusion Characteristics of Geosynthetic Clay Liners Amended with Partial Replacement of Bentonite by Flyash

Workshops/Conferences

 1. Two weeks course on Life Cycle Assessment and Methodology - 2016-17

2.  ISTE Short Term Training Program (2007 �?? 08) on WATER QUALITY MODELLING AND MANAGEMENT

3. Two Weeks course on Urban Storm water management  - 2015-16

3. Urban Stormwater Management - cosponsored by the German National Committee for the International Hydrology Programme of the UNESCO and the Operational Hydrology Programme of the WMO during February 2000.

Projects

 

Awards and Honors

 

Awards/Honours

  1. Developed online course content for two subjects under Pedagogy Project of MHRD, Govt of India.
  2. Awarded Subject Prize instituted by Ministry of Water Resources, Govt of India, for the Paper titled �??Modelling Dissolved Pollutants in Krishna River Using Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference Systems�?? (published in the Series �??A�?? Journal of IEI, Vol. 95, Issue 1) at the 30th Indian Engineering Congress, Guwahati (2015)
  3. Appointed as One Man Committee Member by National Green Tribunal.
  4. Offered Scholarship under Heritage Erasmus Mundus Action 2 Project on Staff Mobility at Warsaw University of Technology, Poland, 2014.
  5. Invited for I International Consultative Training Workshop on �??Participatory Management of Natural Resources in Arid and Semi-arid Lands�??, 9 - 23 December 2011, Tehran, Iran
  6. Member of Divisional Advisory Committee, EMD, Engineering Staff College of India, Hyderabad
  7. Nominated by MHRD, GoI for Technical & Vocational Education Training (TVET) program at Singapore, March 2011.
  8. Authored a text Book titled Environmental Science, Published by Hitech Publishers.
  9. Coordinated several Workshops and Summer Schools and delivered lectures as Resource Person.
  10. Invited to teach a course on Environmental Engg. at the Prestina Summer Univ. (2002).
  11. Invited for participation in the World Wide Water - Junior Environmental Scientists (WWW �?? JES) Workshop at the University of Water, Paris (May 21 - 25, 2002)
  12. Invited for Research Discussions by University of Essen, Germany and Technical University of Vienna,
  13. Offered Scholarship by the DCAMM International Graduate Research School for participating in a course on Transport and Biodegradation in heterogeneous Groundwater Aquifers, during August, 2000.
  14. Offered Scholarship by the Max Plank Institute, Hamburg for a course on Beyond Kyoto -, July-Nov., 2000.
  15. Shared a Gold Medal and Memento for Best Contribution as Team Leader in the Janmabhoomi Programme involving peoples�?? participation during January 1997.
  16. Visited several countries for presentation of research papers, workshops, research discussions, teaching, etc.

 Achievements 

  1. Member, Budget Allocation Committee for NITs
  2. Organized workshops/ seminars/summer schools for faculty/ research groups on advanced topics.
  3. Invited for lectures in Workshops/ Training Programmes/ Refresher Courses/ summer schools. 4. Designed course curriculum for PG Program in Environmental Engineering
  4. Involved in various consultancy assignments and R&D activities.
  5. Expansion of the JKC program to 800+ colleges from 250+ colleges.
  6. Planning, Coordinating& Monitoring training programs in 800 colleges and about 80,000 students in the state of Andhra Pradesh promoting for skill development and training on Industry grade skills.
  7. Initiated training programs on Modular Employable Skills (MES) to JKC students and till date about 5000 students are trained and certified under MES (GOI) scheme.
  8. Introduced of certification programs in Oracle, IBM, Microsoft ,Tallly, SAP, Autodesk, etc for JKC students.
  9. Designed online examination for Skill Assessment and diagnosis of strengths and weaknesses.
  10. Promotion of various Industry �?? Academia connect programs supported by Infosys, IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, etc.
  11. Academic Coordination of Special Training Program (STP) under Affirmative Action (conceived by Sri Narayana Murthy, Infosys) �?? 10 batches completed out of 12 batches in India

Additional Responsibility

 

  • Registrar, NIT Warangal
  • Chairman, Games Committee, NIT Warangal
  • Head, Water & Environment Division, NIT Warangal
  • Professor Incharge, Training and Placements, NIT Warangal
  • Director (Academic Affairs) �?? Functional head of Academics Division.
  • BOS Member for JNTU, Anantapur, Hyderabad and Kakinada, Kakatiya University, Warangal, Vignan University, Guntur �?� Member for Expert Committee on Environmental Flows of Krishna �?? Godavari rivers.
  • Governing Body Member for few Engineering Colleges �?� Member, DAC, Engineering Staff College of India
  • Faculty Incharge of Water & Drainage facilities, Environmental Engineering Laboratory, Consultancy of Water & Environment Division.