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Environment Management

17
Jun
2018

17-06-2018 9:00 am - 19-07-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.18,880.00

INTRODUCTION:

The land use and land cover pattern is an outcome of natural and socioeconomic activities over the earth surface. Land use and land cover mapping are carried out to study the land utilization and future planning and management of the land resource. Remote sensing and GIS techniques are used to view, interpret, and analyze data from a geographic perspective. The recent technologies like Remote Sensing and help us by giving a quick and cost-effective analysis for various applications. The remote sensing data combined with field survey data can provide a unique and hybrid database for optimal mapping of land use and land cover. Remote sensing data, Base map & urban land use GIS database including spatially linked socio-economic attribute information and administrative boundaries are important data sets for the formulation of Master Plans. 

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10
Jul
2018

10-07-2018 9:00 am - 12-07-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.18,880.00

INTRODUCTION:

As we are confronting severe water shortage problem, Government of India intends to create Indian cities sustainable and smart by effectively using water resources and providing an efficient water infrastructure by creating an intelligent system concept for water supply by using software solutions. Similarly the sanitation is also given importance for its improvement, Government of India Missions like Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT), Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) and Smart City Mission (SCM) has been emphasising to strengthen basic civic amenities like water supply, sewerage, urban transport, parks and creation of infrastructure that has a direct link to provision of better services to the citizens. In order to achieve this, we need to use advanced decision support technology to accelerate project delivery and improve asset performance for the infrastructure that sustains our economy, environment and especially on Water Supply & Sewerage Projects. This course deals with the software solutions of water supply & sewerage system in two sections: I. Software Based Technology: Software solutions are required to meet the unique needs of infrastructure (Water Supply, Sewerage & Sanitation) professionals. II. Providing Water Supply and Sewerage facilities along IT Corridor Collection system: Understanding of IT Initiatives components in Water Supply & Sewerage Board, Complaints Monitoring system, E-office, E-Governance and citizen services, Single Window Cell and Web-Based Application for collection taxes and charges.

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01
Aug
2018

01-08-2018 9:00 am - 03-08-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.18,880.00

INTRODUCTION:

Bio-Medical Waste Management is a crucial need in the country today. There is an increasing concern about harmful effects of biomedical waste generated by healthcare facilities. Biomedical waste is infectious in nature. Inadequate management of biomedical waste can be associated with risks to healthcare workers, patients, communities and their environment as hospitals are located in prime areas of towns and cities. All these years, biomedical waste was being disposed along with municipal waste, unaware of its ill effects on the environment. Due to rising legal and social concern, Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) have framed separate rules for safe disposal of Municipal solid waste and Bio-medical waste (BMW). Implementation of biomedical waste management rules has posed a new challenge to the hospital management. Many healthcare centres have not yet established standard practices for inventory and segregation of waste. There is a massive problem of bio-medical waste disposal as several hospitals collect the medical waste and dump them in open grounds rather than treating and disposing of them in a safe manner. To ensure safe and proper disposal of biomedical waste, MoEF has notified Biomedical Waste (Management & Handling) Rules, 2016 under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 to replace the earlier BMW (M&H) rules 1998 and the amendments thereof. These rules shall apply to all persons who generate, collect, receive, store, transport, treat, dispose or handle biomedical waste in any form. The new rules stipulate that irrespective of the quantum of biomedical waste generation, every occupier of an institution which includes a hospital, nursing home, clinic, dispensary, veterinary institution, animal house, pathological laboratory, blood bank shall apply for the grant of authorization to the prescribed authority. The rules make hospital and owner of the medical waste treatment facility liable for all damages caused due to improper handling of waste.

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