Contents                         Page No.

Message from President IE(I)                                             1
Preface                                                                  2
Foreword                                                                 3
ESCI – Board of Management                                               4
Vision & Mission                                                         5
Organization of ESCI                                                     6
Functionalities of ESCI                                                  7
In-house / Specific Training Programmes Offered                         14
Schedule of Continuing Professional Development Programmes :            17
w    Centre for Climate Change                                          18
w    Civil & Transportation Engineering                                 19
w    Environment Management                                             21
w    Information Technology                                             23
w    Management & Technology                                            25
w    Power & Energy                                                     27
w    Quality & Productivity                                             30
w    Water Resources Development                                        32
     Mining Division                                                    34
w    Faculty Development Programme                                      35
w    Projects Division                                                  37
w    ESCI - Technology Incubation Centre                                39
School of Post Graduate Studies (ESCI Business School)                  41
Laboratories at ESCI                                                    42
w    Mechanical Engineering Laboratory                                  42
w    Electrical Engineering Laboratory                                  43
w    NABL Accredited: Civil Engineering Testing Laboratory (CETL)       44
w    IT laboratory                                                      45
w    Electronics and Communication Engineering Laboratories             45
ESCI Infrastructure                                                     46
Sponsoring Organizations                                                47
Faculty / Guest Faculty Profiles                                        50
ESCI Family                                                             67
Message from President
                                    Institution of Engineers (India)

                           The Institution of Engineers (India) [IEI] established in 1920 and bestowed with the
                           Royal Charter in 1935, is a multi-disciplinary society of engineers having over 2 lakhs
                           members encompassing 15 disciplines of engineering. The Institution has its
                           Headquarters located in Kolkata, West Bengal and conducts its activities through 125
                           Centres across the country and 6 Overseas Chapters. In order to focus on specific areas,
                           IE(I) established six forum and an organ namely Engineering Staff College of India
                           located in Hyderabad, Telangana. IE(I) is a member of World Federation of Engineering
                           Organizations (WFEO) and many other national and global engineering bodies. As an
                           apex body of engineers in India, IEI provides a platform for engineers and
                           academicians to come together enabling collaboration, knowledge sharing, career
                           enrichment, and skill development across all engineering disciplines. After completing
its meaningful hundred years, IE(I) has entered into the next Century to continue its services for the cause of the
engineering fraternity in particular and the nation at large.

Engineering staff College of India (ESCI) is the autonomous organ of IE(I) set up about 39 years back by the
visionaries of IE(I) to promote need-based Continuing Professional Development Training Programmes,
simultaneously providing Consultancy & Technical Services to the Industry, Academics and Research &
Development in all the frontier areas of Engineering, Science & Technology and Management fields. ESCI is
eminently placed to shoulder the responsibilities in the capacity building aspects to provide solution to
important challenges faced by engineers.

In order to position ESCI as an outstanding provider of continuously evolving Global Market Responsive, an
extremely competent and trained Techno-Management, Research & Development Engineers (RD&E) and
professionals of ESCI are dedicated for excellence to deliver innovative solutions that will improve productivity in
all sectors of the economy. This provides a meaningful and effective platform for professional development of an
individual across all disciplines. I am glad to know that to cope up with the demand of present situation, ESCI is
offering virtual courses in emerging technology areas such as AI, Blockchain, IoT, etc., through its on-line portal.

I am sure that the Annual Training Calendar for the FY 2021-22 will be informative and useful for the interested
professional and laud the efforts put by ESCI management in preparing the Calendar.

Er. Narendra Singh, FIE
President, The Institution of Engineers (India)

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                            Engineering Staff College of India (ESCI) a premier National Training Institute, and
                            anautonomous organ of the Institution of Engineers (India) is established toprovide
                            Continuous Professional Development for the Engineers in the field, designs and
                            research. The training programmes given inthis Calendar are a result of voluminous
                            work on the State of Art matching with the work requirements in the client
                            organizations. Talented and experienced internal faculty in Consultation with the
                            subject experts designed the training programmes and the contents of each
                            programme. Requirements of client organizations are dovetailed into the
                            programmes so as the trainees are benefitted with the inputs in the programme and
                            useful for their work output.

The classes are conducted with the internal faculty as well as guest faculty from reputed Institutions like
Universities, IITs and NITs. Feedback from the trainees is obtained on completion of each programme and made
use of in revising or reinforcing the future programmes.

The ESCI is located in a serene environment of 70 acres of land surrounded bylush green Trees and plants. It is a
pleasure to watch peacocks, rabbits and birds moving around in the campus. The facilities for lodging and
boarding are made taking care for the convenient stay of the participating trainees.

ESCI being an ISO 9001 certified organization, follows all Quality Assurance actions to offer the quality
programmes and aim at continual improvement in all respects.

Organizations looking forward to updating the skills and knowledge of their Engineers are welcome to sponsor
their engineers and technicians to the appropriate programmes offered by ESCI given in this calendar.

Dr. S. Nagabhushana Rao, FIE
Chairman, Governing Council, ESCI

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                                   The Engineering Staff College of India (ESCI) is an autonomous organ of India’s largest
                             body of professional engineers, ‘The Institution of Engineers (India)’. ESCI was established
                             in the year 1981 with the mandate of providing quality training and education in
                             engineering and techno-management domains.
                                   ESCI as an outstanding provider of continuously evolving global market responsive
                             trained professionals in the field of Engineering and Technology, Techno- Management
                             Research, Development Engineers (RD&E) and Techno-management Professionals
                             dedicated for excellence to deliver the innovative solutions that will improve productivity in
                             all sectors of the economy. The very nature of engineering is changing due to rapid
                             digitization and this in turn necessitates learning new skills. The rapidly changing
                             technology environment now requires flexibility, which means that an engineer needs to
                             change his core engineering path more than once during his career. A static engineering
                             degree may not have much value. Today’s engineers also need to have emotional
                             intelligence; must learn presentation and negotiation skills and cope with stress. They must
be able to work in and with a team. Capabilities like strategic planning, risk management and critical thinking, which
used to be part of management studies, are being added to an engineer’s training menu. Thus learning and adapting to
newer technologies every day, along with enabling and leading teams of non-engineering stakeholders, the engineers of
the future are charting a news course.
      I am happy to inform that the 2021-22 annual training calendar focuses on CPDPs which combines different
methodologies to learning, such as training workshops, conferences and events, e-learning programs, best practice
techniques and sharing of ideas, visits, outbound training, and educational tours, all focused for an individual to
improve and have effective professional development. ESCI is the only institute in Asia, imparting such training in
almost all engineering, scientific and management domain under one roof.
      ESCI has also carried out various prestigious World Bank assignments including programmes for international
organizations like UNESCO, UNICEF, FANSA in India and abroad. It’s my privilege to inform you that ESCI is identified as
one of the Key Resource Centers (KRC) for training activities by the Central Electricity Authority, Ministry of Road
Transport and Highways, Ministry of Rural Water Supply and Department of Science & Technology. About 200 to 250 open
and in-house programmes are being conducted every year. On an average 6000 engineers / managers from Government,
R & D, Public and Private Sectors, Educational institutions are trained at our campus.
      ESCI played an active part in the Central Government's efforts to achieve national mission objectives in Swatch
Bharat (AMRUT), Rural Water Supply & Renewable Energy (Solar Photo Voltaic) and initiatives in Skill Development.
Our Institute is venturing into emerging technologies such as Additive Manufacturing, Climate Change (Carbon foot
prints), Intelligent Buildings, Information Security, Green Energy, Smart Grid, Block-Chain, IoT, AI, Unmanned
Autonomous Vehicles, and ISO Accreditations. Our Faculty Development Programmes (FDP) focuses on accreditation
and proficiency development of TEQIP Institutions.
      To bridge the gap between industry and academics ESCI is conducting AICTE approved PGDM courses. The aim is to
empower a student with necessary skills for professional growth and to design their career in a structured manner.
      Keeping the dynamic requirements and the ever-increasing training needs of our customers, we have added new
programmes for finishing school type’s requirement which will be useful for students of tier-2 states besides
certification programme in various domains. Digital technology based job-oriented courses on Block-Chain
Technology, Cyber Security, Climate Change, 3D printing, Simulation programmes etc., are an added attraction in this
year’s calendar. We hope that the Professional Development Programmes scheduled for the FY2021-22 will meet the
expectations of our esteemed customers and we look forward to your continued patronage to ESCI’s educational
      ESCI is planning now to be an active partner in new emerging ventures like ATMANIRBHAR BHARAT, COVAL FOR
LOCAL and other contemporary schemes of Government of India. It also encourages the trainees to think innovatively
out of the box which would be applied in their own field for the development of our country in general and in their own
sphere of activity in particular.
      To conclude, I would like to state that ESCI provides consultancy services to suit the requirements of clients in all
engineering and management disciplines. ESCI’s group of thoroughbred consultants with their proven expertise
executes these assignments and co-opts experts on need basis.

                                                                                      Dr. G. Rameshwar Rao, FIE
                                                                                                            Director ESCI

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ESCI – Board of Management

                                   Er. Nareendra Singh, FIE, President IEI


 Er. Dinesh Kumar                         Dr. Wooday P Krishna                           Er. Kishore Kumar Mehrotra
FIE, Council Member                        FIE, Council Member                                FIE, Council Member

                       Er. B Brahma Reddy                         Er. G Sudhakar
                       FIE, Council Member                     FIE, Council Member

                                       EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS

   Dr. T M Gunaraja          Dr. S Nagabhushana Rao          Dr. G Rameshwar Rao               Dr. H R P Yadav
Immediate Past President,            Chairman,                      Chairman,                 FIE, Secretary and
          IEI                 Governing Council, ESCI      IEI Telangana State Centre,       Director General, IEI

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                   VISION                                  PHILOSOPHY & OBJECTIVES
To position ESCI as an outstanding provider of            The primary objectives of ESCI are to impart need
continuously evolving global market responsive            based Continuing Professional Development
trained professionals in the field of engineering and     Training Programmes, simultaneously providing
technology, research & development engineers and          consultancy & technical services to the Industry,
techno-management professionals dedicated for             academics and research & development in all the
excellence to deliver innovative solutions that will      frontier areas of Engineering, Science & Technology
improve productivity in all sectors of the economy        and Management fields. ESCI’s operations are firmly
                                                          grounded (rooted) in its desire to act as a bridge
                                                          between Academic Institutions, Industry and R&D
                                                          laboratories and increased availability of latest

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                                                          professionals and managers in all these sectors. ESCI
                                                          also acts as a catalyst in transformation of knowledge
                                                          and skills from veterans to young generation who
                  MISSION                                 have stepped into the industry directly from
                                                          academics. ESCI, as a unique centre for promotion of
To provide qualitative education, training and            quality training and professional excellence has been
applied research in the fields of technology and          fulfilling this role in today’s fast changing
management. To assist the engineering fraternity to       technological world around us.
be innovative and advanced to meet the challenges
in the unbounded world of tomorrow and to be the
front line interface between academia, research,          ESCI has completed more than three decades of its
industr y and other sectors in advanced                   glorious service to the nation in imparting Quality
engineering/technological application and key             Training & Professional Excellence to the Engineers,
enabler in fostering high and thrust area                 Scientists, Techno-managers in the areas such as:
programmes.                                               Centre for Climate Change, Civil / Transportation
                                                          Engineering, Environment Management,
                                                          I nform ation Technology, M anagem ent &
                                                          Technology, Power & Energy, Quality & Productivity,

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                                                          Centre, Faculty Development and Skill Development,
                                                          besides providing Consultancy Services to the
                                                          Industry and Government Departments.
The world's largest multi-disciplinary engineering
professional body “The Institution of Engineers
(India)” was established in the year 1920 and
incorporated by the Royal Charter of England in the
year 1935. To update the knowledge of professionals
in frontier areas of engineering, science, technology
and management, The Institution of Engineers
(India) established “Engineering Staff College of
India” in October 1981 at Hyderabad.

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Board of Management              Governing Council

                                                                                                             Director                        ES to Director
                                                                                 QMS                                                  Secretary (Faculty Meetings)

                                                  Dean                       SPGS                                              Projects                            Deputy Director
                                                                           Principal                                            Head                               Administration

                                                Divisions       Professor          Controller of                   Resource       Civil Maintenance     Chief Finance       Chief Admn. &
                                                                Assoc. Prof        Examinations                   Person DEO                                                  Personnel
                                                                Asst. Prof
                                                                Manager                                                           Resident Engineer        Sr. / Jr.
                                                                DEO.                                                                                      Accounts
                                                                                                                                  Tech. Asst                                ŸInformation
                                                                                                                                  Lab Assistant            Officers          Centre
                                                                                                                                                                            ŸRepro Graphics
                                               Head CCC      Head CTE         Head EM          Head IT        Head M&T      Head P&E      Head Q&P      Head WRD            ŸElectrical
                                                 Faculty       Faculty         Faculty          Faculty         Faculty       Faculty       Faculty       Faculty           ŸCatering
                                               Prg Officer   Prg Officer     Prg Officer      Prg Officer     Prg Officer   Prg Officer   Prg Officer   Prg Officer         ŸSecurity
                                               Mkt. Asst.    Mkt. Asst.      Mkt. Asst.       Mkt. Asst.      Mkt. Asst.    Mkt. Asst.    Mkt. Asst.    Mkt. Asst.
                                                                                                                                                                                              ESCI ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

                                                  DEO           DEO             DEO              DEO             DEO           DEO           DEO           DEO

                                              Faculty          Faculty                       Faculty           Design                       Faculty               Skill
                                            Development      Prg Officer                   Prg Officer        Prototype                   Prg Officer         Development
                                                Cell         Mkt. Asst.                    Mkt. Asst.            Cell                     Mkt. Asst.              Cell

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                                                                DEO                           DEO                                            DEO


1. Centre for Climate Change (CCC)
   (a)   The primary objective of the CCC is to promote awareness on climate change perspectives in diversified
         domains of environment, social and development sectors. Aims to build capacities through
         consultative / training workshops, round table discussions, symposiums, conferences and action
         research studies. Further encourages innovation through incubation facility. Promotes synergy
         through institutional collaboration and partnership.

   (b) Further, focus on mainstreaming principles & practices of climate adaptation and mitigation through
       multi-disciplinary approaches. Encourages participants to enable to develop “Implementation
       Manual”, as part of the training course. Promotes a special focus on mainstreaming disaster risk
       reduction as an integral part of planning and development.

   (c)   CCC emphasizes on sustainable indicators & goals, the establishment of measurable indicators
         towards a way forward in climate adaptation & mitigation. Extends advisory consultation services and

   (d) Areas of intervention:
         (i)    Mainstreaming of disaster risk reduction
         (ii)   Climate-resilient cities
         (iii) Climate change – urban lakes and restoration & management
         (iv) Urban flash floods and forecasting techniques – climate change
         (v)    Prompting climate resilient industrial estates/parks
         (vi) Water – Energy & climate change
         (vii) Climate adaptation – relevance of urban open green lung spaces
         (viii) Impact of climate change on human health
         (ix) Identification & establishment of sustainable indicators
         (x)    Waste management and its relevance with Climate Change

2. Civil / Transportation Engineering (CTE)
   (a)   The division offers professional training in the areas of Construction Management, Pavement
         Technologies including Urban and Rural Road Technologies for PMGSY Projects, Transportation
         Management, Road Safety Management, Traffic Management, Project Management in Constructions
         Projects, Contract Management including Arbitration and Dispute Resolutions etc.

   (b) The division has imparted training for various Government Departments like Roads and Buildings,
       PWD, Municipal Corporations, Panchayat Raj and Rural Development Authorities, Ports, Housing
       Boards, GHMC, Chhattisgarh Housing Board, CIDCO, Rites, SCCL, Railways and Military Engineering
       Service, Border Road and Defense Studies.

   (c)   The division also organized In-House training programmes to both Public and Private Sectors, State
         Tourism Development Corporations, NBCC, LIC, DSIIDC, Jindal Steels, Hindustan Petroleum
         Corporation Ltd., SEW Constructions, Meenakshi Group, Ramky Group, Lanco Infra, Aparna
         Constructions & Estates Pvt. Ltd., ONGC, ISRO and Indu Projects, etc.

   (d) As part of the promotion of training amongst member countries of International Network for
       Professional Engineers Development Institutes (INPEDI), training programmes on “Maintenance of
       Infrastructure” is being conducted by the division on a regular basis both in India &; abroad under
       ‘UNESCO’ contribution.

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(e)   Consultancy: A number of consulting works were taken up for Government Departments, Public
         Undertakings, Housing boards & Private Organizations on Destructive, Non Destructive Testing,
         Quality Control & Quality Assurance Assessment, Sustainability of Buildings, Roads, etc.

3. Environment Management (EM)
   EM Division imparts chalk-talk and practical oriented training programmes with real-time case studies in the
   domain areas of Water Supply and Sanitation, Septage Management, Environment Monitoring, Waste
   Management, Sewerage System and Environment Data Management etc... Continuing Professional
   Development Programmes are conducted every year for the officials of Ministries, Regulatory Boards,
   Government Departments, Public Sectors, Industries, Academics and other Stakeholders. Need-based
   Specific Training Programmes for organizations like CPCB, NMDC, ONGC, MoUD, MoHUPA, MoEFCC and
   ULBs etc. are also conducted.
   Area of Expertise:

   (a)   Environment Monitoring: Air Pollution Monitoring & Modelling, Water Pollution Monitoring &
         Modelling, GIS, GPS & RS Applications, Environmental Data Management & Environmental

   (b) Waste Management: Solid and Liquid Waste, Bio-Medical, Plastic, e-Waste, Construction &
       Demolition and Hazardous Waste.

   (c)   Water Supply & Sanitation: Water Supply System, Water Audit & Leakage Control, Instrumentation,
         SCADA, RS & GIS applications, Underground Sewerage System, Sewage Treatment Plants, Strom Water
         Drainage, Recycle and Reuse of Waste Water, Membrane Based Waste Water Treatment Technology,
         CETPs, Fecal Sludge Management, Detailed Project Report, Contract & Tendering and Service Level
         Benchmark etc.

   (d) Environmental & Social Issues: Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Management
       Plan, Environmental Legislation, Environmental and Social Impact Assessment, Rehabilitation &
       Resettlement and Environmental and Social Framework etc.

   (e)   Government Missions: AMRUT, SMART CITY, SWACHH BHARAT, HRIDAY, PMAY-HFA, NULM, Social
         Livelihood, SM&ID, EST&P, SUP and SUH etc.

         Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, GOI empanelled ESCI as a Training Entity to execute the Capacity
         Building Programmes to strengthen capacities of Urban Local Bodies, states & other stakeholders for
         efficiently rolling out Urban Flagship Missions (AMRUT, Smart Cities, HRIDAY, Swachh Bharat Mission,
         PMAY & NULM etc.) in the areas of Engineering, Public Health, Town Planning & Urban Social Aspects
         through Environment Management Division of ESCI. Accordingly, Environment Management Division
         has already concluded MoUs with the concerned authorities of the State Governments of Telangana,
         Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Chandigarh, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Puducherry,
         Haryana, Mizoram, Madhya Pradesh and Meghalaya. Capacity Building Programmes have already been
         taken up under Capsule-1, Capsule-2 & Capsule-3 in the areas of Engineering & Public Health and
         Town Planning for engineering officials of ULBs as well as Elected Representatives. We have trained
         more than 2500 participants across various states. Consultancy assignments in areas relating to Energy
         Auditing, City Sanitation Plan, EIA and Urban Water Supply and Sanitation, Preparation of DPRs for
         Construction of STPs etc. are also taken up by this division.

4. Information Technology (IT)
   IT Division offers highly focused and advanced practically oriented training modules in diverse areas of
   Information Technology. It also amalgamates the new concept of the Internet of Things (IoT), and Data
   Science. The training programmes are the growing needs of IT professionals in the areas of IT Infrastructure
   Service (ITIS), Cloud Computing, Software Development, IT Applications, Cyber Security, and Data Analytics.

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Key Domain Areas are

   (a)    IT Infrastructure Service (ITIS): System Administration, Network Administration, Wireless
          Technology, Windows Administration, Linux Administration, Oracle Database Administration, Oracle
          Data Guard, Database Security, Mail Server Administration, Apache Web Server Administration,
          Storage Area Networks, VMWARE, Cloud Services using AWS / Open stack / Microsoft Azure.

   (b) Software Development & IT Applications: Web Development using PHP & MYSQL, ASP.NET, HTML5
       & CSS3. Enterprise Application Development using JAVA, Mobile Application Development using -
       Android Studio, IOS, Software Testing & Quality Assurance, Oracle 12C / 19C forms and Reports, ERP
       related Training programs in SAP (BASIS, FICO, HR, MM, HANA). IT Applications like MS Office 2016, MS
       Project 2016 and Oracle Primavera.

   (c)    Cyber Security, Data Analytics & IoT: Cyber Security Best Practices, Cyber Defence Tool, Digital
          Forensic Investigation, Mobile Security, Wireless Security, Security Audit, Information Security
          Management System (SMS) Lead Implementer (ISO 27001: 2013), Data Analytics Using MS Excel, R tool,
          SPSS, Hadoop & Spark tool Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning. Embedded Systems, Robotics, and
          Internet of things (IoT).

5. Management & Technology (M&T)
   ESCI has the core competency to conduct Continual Professional Development Programmes (CPDPs) and
   Customized Training Programmes in various disciplines under Management and Technology.

   Key Domain Areas are
   (a)    Management:

   (i)    Soft Skills/Life Skills

          •     Programmes on Personality Development which includes Communication & Presentation Skills,
                Interpersonal Relationships and Emotional Intelligence, Team Building & Leadership Skills, Stress
                Management, Holistic Wellness, Organizational Behaviour, etc.

   (ii)   Techno-Management Programmes

          •     General Management, Human Resource Management, Financial Management, Operations
                Management, Marketing Management, Customer Relationship Management, Material & Supply
                Chain Management, Technology Management, Project Management, Knowledge Management,
                ERP, Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Block Chain etc.

   (b) Technology:

          •     Technological Programmes in Mining, Supercritical Technology, Welding, NDT Techniques,
                Corrosion & Surface Engineering, Paintings, Vibrations, Balancing of Heavy Rotating Machinery,
                Condition Monitoring, Pumps, Heat Exchangers, Pulverizers, Tools and Cutting Parameters are
                organized. Programmes in the fields of Aerospace and Avionics Standards on Hardware &
                Software Standards (DO 254, 178), Systems Engineering, Concurrent Engineering, Composite
                Materials, Instrumentation and Control Systems etc. are being offered.

   (c)    Design & Prototyping

          (i)   Design & Prototyping Centre is a Technology Demonstration Centre (TDC) with a mandate to
                spread Emerging Technologies among students, academicians, scholars, working professionals
                and technology enthusiasts. The Centre functions as a Facilitator, Coordinator and Collaborator
                for conducting Training Programs, rendering Technology Services, organizing R&D and
                Engineering Consultancy Projects. DPC along with ESCI’s National & International Associations /
                Technology Partners and eminent Technology, Engineering Medical & Management experts
                strives to bridge the gap between Research Labs, Academic Institutions and the Industry. With the

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repute of being a premier Professional Education & Training Institute and assimilation of the best
               from Industry & Institute, the Centre has expanded its horizon in sync with the various Govt. of
               India’s schemes. We enable Institute, Industry and Individuals to take on the challenges of the
               society and work towards the growth and development of the nation.

   (ii)   Training Programmes: Awareness Programs/Workshops/Certificate Courses/Diploma & Post
          Graduate Diploma

          •    Additive Manufacturing (3D Scanning, 3D Printing & Reverse Engineering)
          •    Product Design & Development (Design & Analysis)
          •    PLM Software’s (AutoCAD/Revit/Fusion 360/CATIA/SolidWorks/ ANSYS /Hyper Works)
          •    Robotics & AI (Humanoid, Industrial & Application Oriented)
          •    Internet of Things (Design & Programming using Arduino & Raspberry Pi)
          •    Innovation & Entrepreneurship (Boot / Summer Camps)
          •    Management Programs (Assertive Communication/Stress Management/Conflict
               Resolution/Leadership & Managerial Excellence/Personality Development)
          •    StartUp Management (Professional Training/Mentoring & Technical Assistance)

   (iii) Technology Services:

          •    Design & Analysis/Optimization
          •    Prototyping (CNC & 3D Printing)
          •    Reverse Engineering (3D Scanning & 3D Printing)
          •    New Product Design & Development

   (iv) Consultancy Projects:

          •    Student Projects (BTech/MTech/Scholar)
          •    Industrial Design & Prototyping
          •    3D Scanning/3D Printing & Reverse Engineering
          •    Value Engineering/Value Analysis/Automation
          •    New Product Design & Development

6. Power & Energy (P&E)
   This division`s primary role is in developing and imparting professional training and disseminating
   knowledge of the latest development in the field of Power Utility Generation, Transmission and Distribution
   and in the Energy sector, covering best practices in Captive Power Plant and process industries. The key
   domain areas covered by Power & Energy Division are:

   (a)    Power Generation (Thermal, Hydro & Gas): Power System protection, C&I including PLC & DCS, Best
          practices in O&M of Power plant equipment, Design and Performance of Heat Exchangers, Pumps, Coal
          Pulverizer etc., Condition Monitoring of Power plant equipment, Reliability Centered Maintenance,
          O&M of Valves and Actuators, Blending of coal, Electrical safety procedures and Statutory Regulatory
          and Environment issues.

   (b) Solar Power: Roof Top Solar PV module and other renewable energy generation and integration with
       the grid.

   (c)    Transmission: O&M of Power transformers and EHT Circuit breakers, Power cables selection, Energy
          Audit and Loss reduction in T&D system, Open access and Power trading, Smart grid, Protection
          Control and Monitoring, Substation Automation System.

   (d) Distribution: Smart Grids and Smart Meters, Digital Energy Meters functions & applications, Statutory
       Regulatory issues, Pilferage, Electrical safety procedures, Revenue Management, Franchisee Model,
       O&M of distribution transformers and substations.

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(e)   Industry, Oil & Gas: Design and O&M of equipment like Compressors and drives, Deep drilling Rigs
         and Oil field equipment, Heat Exchangers etc. in process industries, Petroleum, Refineries and
         Petrochemicals, safety aspects, Risk based in-service inspection.

   (f)   Energy: Energy Audit and pre-training for Energy Manager Certification test

   (g) Consultancy: Providing Consultancy in areas of Power generation, transmission, distribution, Energy
       sector, Non-renewable energy including grid integration.

7. Quality & Productivity (Q&P)
   The objective of the division is to design and conduct training programmes for different sectors to improve
   the Quality of Products & Services. The courses offered are related to continual improvement in systems,
   products & processes by applying contemporary Quality improvement tools and methods; provide
   consultancy support to obtain Accreditation/Certification; and guide in the implementation of Quality
   improvement initiative in various organizations and educational institutions. The domain expertise cuts

   (a)   Systems: ISO 9001 Quality Management System, ISO 14001 Environment Management System, ISO
         45001 OHSMS Occupational Health and Safety Management System, ISO 50001 Energy Management
         System, Business Continuity Management System, ISO 22001 Food Safety Management System,
         ISO/IEC 17025:2017 NABL Laboratory Accreditation, Integrated Management System(IMS), ISO 27001
         Information Security Management System, NBA/NAAC and CE Marking, ISO 37001 Anti-bribery
         Management System, IATF 16949-2016 (International Automotive Task Force) Standard.
   (b) Functions: Training Needs Analysis, HR - Total Quality in HR Process, Purchase - Total Quality in
       Purchasing, R&D - Total Quality in Vigilance, Laboratory-Calibration, Measurement Uncertainty and
       Marketing - Measurement of Customer Satisfaction.
   (c)   Quality Management Tools: 5S for Workplace Excellence, Mistake proofing – Poka Yoke, Quality
         Circles, Lean, Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), 7QC Tools, Bench Marking, Quality and Reliability,
         TQM, Problem Solving Steps, Six Sigma Green Belt & Black belt, Industry 4.0, etc.
   (d) Faculty and Staff Development Programs: Outcome-Based Education(OBE), NBA-SAR Filling, NAAC
       Accreditation programs; Student Development Programs, Pedagogy, Research & Entrepreneurship
   (e)   Consultancy Support for Certification and Implementation: ISO 9001:2015 QMS, ISO 14001:2015,
         OHSMS 45001 – 2018, ISO/IEC 17025:2017 NABL, ISO 22001, ISO 37001, ISO 50001. “5S, TPM, Resource
         Optimization, Waste Elimination, Work load levelling, etc.,”

8. Water Resources Development (WRD)
   WRD Division is the oldest division established at the time of inception of ESCI. The primary objective of the
   division is to enhance professional development skills of engineers working in Irrigation, Agriculture, Water
   Supply and Sanitation Sectors. WRD Division also aims to elevate capabilities and performance levels of
   engineers for improved delivery levels of engineers in their respective fields.

   Areas of Specialization include:-
   (i) Irrigation Sector
   (ii) Water Conservation including Rainwater Harvesting
   (iii) Agriculture including Watershed Management
   (iv) Rural Water Supply including Software Applications
   (v) Sanitation Sector
   (vi) Remote Sensing, GIS& GPS Applications and Total Station
   (vii) Project Management & Contract Management
   (viii) Induction Training for Newly Recruited Engineers

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The capacity building areas covered include Integrated Water Resources Management, Flood Computation
   Management, Dam Safety, Irrigation Systems Management, More Crop per Drop, Integrated Watershed
   Management, PIM, Hydraulic Gates & Hoists, Rural Water Supply & Sanitation, Total Station GIS & GPS
   Applications, Contract Management etc., are few representative programmes of the division. Participants
   from Water Resources, Irrigation & Command Area Development, PHED, RWS&S, Agriculture, Irrigation
   Development Corporations, Ground Water, Housing Boards of various State & Central Government
   Departments and Government undertakings participate in our programmes. Participants from Nepal,
   Bhutan, Ethiopia and other developing countries are also represented in our programmes.

9. Faculty Development Programme (FDP)
   (a)   FDP cell was established to impart training/consulting and research activities towards World Bank
         TEQIP Funded Institutions. Programs organized by FDP Cell Enhancement of R&D, Faculty and Staff
         Development, Enhanced Interaction with Industry, Institutional Management Capacity Enhancement,
         Institutional Academic Reforms, and Academic Support for Weak Students, Entrepreneurship
         Development etc. within TEQIP/ Non-TEQIP Engineering Universities and Colleges at National Level.
         FDP Cell is established to offer our services to the university and technical institutions affiliated to the
         university as per the provisions of TEQIP III. FDP Cell Offer services in house to benefit a larger number
         of participants from the same institution. TEQIP III has the option of hiring the services of consultants
         through BOG approvals. Services could be obtained following Consultant Qualification procedure of
         the World Bank. We also offer content up-gradation training with collaboration with industry at various
         venues across the country along with offering Start-Up/Incubation Programmes & NAAC.

   (b) We understand that accreditation by the NBA is mandatory for all institutions as declared by AICTE and
       UGC. TEQIP III also requires all institutions covered under the Project to obtain accreditation. To begin
       with, FDP Cell could guide all our benefiting institutions to obtain accreditation by the NBA.

10. Skill Development Centre (SDC)
   (a)   India is a country today with 65% of its youth in the working-age group. If ever there is a way to reap this
         demographic advantage, it has to be through skill development of the youth so that they add not only
         to their personal growth but to the country’s economic growth as well. ESCI has taken up the NSDC
         STAR program and got affiliated with 6 sector skill councils of India (Agriculture, Automotive, Retail,
         Rubber, Construction and Telecom) and trained more than 5000 candidates for NSDC Star Program in
         India (Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Odisha).

   (b) RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) : DGE&T working group on construction sector was formed by
       the Director-General of Employment and Training (DGE&T), Ministry of Skill Development &
       Entrepreneurship, Government of India to evaluate the strategies for skill up-gradation of workers
       engaged in construction sector nationally in partnership with State Construction Welfare Board (CWBs)
       considering the informal nature of the sector, the assessments are widely conducted in 2 ways i.e. Pre
       Assessment and Final Assessment, In pre-assessment, primary knowledge IS checked of candidate via
       interviews over safety and safety tools. After Pre-assessment candidates are referred for completing
       skill gaps with the training of 120 hours with direct certification. In final assessment, practical
       knowledge is evaluated by Assessors & during assessment who is deemed fit for the industry and
       recognized. The candidates who passed in final assessment scoring with more than 75% marks they get
       the certificate from Regional Directorate of Apprenticeship Training (RDAT). ESCI has completed Pre-
       assessment of 66000 Workers and Final Assessment of 57000 Workers Totalling 1, 23,000 Candidates

   (c)   Modular Employable Skills (MES): Assessments executed and Certificates issued by ESCI on
         following are more than few hundreds approx 575 candidates covered under the scheme. The courses
         are Banking & Accounting (BAN), Fashion Design (FAD), Soft and Entrepreneurship Skill (SES),
         Information & Communication Technology (ICT), Construction (CON), Courier & Logistics (COL),
         Garment Making (GAR), Security (SEC).

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11. Mining Division
   (a)   The primary role of this division is to develop and impart professional training, disseminating
         knowledge on the best practices and latest developments in mining sector. Focusing on:

         (i)    Design and physical clean-up of Mining Sector

         (ii)   Training and Development of personnel in safety management, hazard identification and risk
                assessment inculcate risk based safety.

         (iii) Mining Machinery and Material Handling

         (iv) Mine Ventilation, Advances and Environmental Hazards

         (v)    Key driving force of the strategy to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of mining personnel

         (vi) Support transformation and strengthening of the sector through capacity building by
              monitoring, evaluation and review of delivery capacities with quality

         (vii) Tackle O&M problems with latest gadgets to improve the efficiency and productivity

         (viii) Advanced Methods of Mining

         (ix) Energy Audit and pre-training in Mining Sector

         (x)    Awareness on Mine Management, Legislations and recent Amendments

         (xi) Impact assessment and rehabilitation procedures

         (xii) Best Practices in Coal, Aluminium and Iron Ore Mines

  "Shri. B Vinod Kumar, Former M.P. (TRS) and Vice-Chairman of Telangana Planning Commission,
         Visited ESCI on 21.01.2021 and discussed with Dr. G Rameshwar Rao, FIE, Director &
                   ESCI Staff and assured his support for the development of ESCI"

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1. Centre for Climate Change
   All about Climate Change - Health impacts of Climate Change, Economics of Climate Change adaption:
   Environment & Sustainable Development - Principles and Practices of Source Water Management: need of
   Rain Water Harvesting- Global Climate Change Impact on Natural Resources Management - Career
   Opportunities in Climate Change - Green Infrastructure and Greening the Supply Chain - Integration of
   Environment & Urban Flood Mitigation in Town & City Planning

2. Civil / Transportation Engineering
   Construction Management in Construction Industry - Pavement Technologies including Urban and Rural
   Road Technologies - Rural Road Technologies for PMGSY Projects – Transportation – Management - Road
   Safety Management –Road Safety & Audit – Traffic Management - Project Management in Construction
   Industry - Contract Management including Arbitration and Dispute Resolutions. 20 days Training
   programme on Induction Training to newly recruited officers of Military Engineering Services of Civil,
   Electrical & Mechanical Engineers. The capacity building to the Motor Transport Department, Police
   Department & Municipal Engineers on Road Safety Management & Road Safety Audits, MV Act
   Enforcement Rules & Regulations , Role of ITS in Road Safety Management through Ministry of Road
   Transport & Highways (MORTH), Government of India. Design, Construction & Maintenance of Minor
   Bridges, Culverts, Long Span Bridges to Designers, Construction Engineers & Project Managers in different
   Government departments through National Rural Infrastructure Development Agency (NRIDA),
   Government of India.

3. Environment Management
   Recognizing the needs of Ministries, Government, Public sector, Industries, Regulators and other
   stakeholders on Environment Sustainability, Environment Management Division can impart the following
   need-based training programmes at on-campus (or) off-campus.
   (a)   Environmental Impact Assessment and Environment Management Plan - Environment Monitoring (Air
         pollution, Water pollution, Continuous Emission Monitoring System) - Environment Legislations Linux
   (b)   GIS Application in Environmental Data Management - Sewage Treatment Plant Process CPHEEO
         Manual - Septage Management - Underground Sewerage System.
   (c)   Water Supply System - Service Level Benchmarks for Water Supply, Sewage Management, Solid Waste
         Management and Storm Water Drainage.
   (d)   E-governance, e-tendering - Detailed Project Report, Contract Management and Tender Documents
   (e)   Smart Cities and Swachh Bharat - Swachh Survekshan - Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban
         Transformation (AMRUT) – PradhanMantriAwasYojana (PMAY) - Housing for all
   (f)   Waste Management (Biomedical, Solid, Hazardous, Plastic, e-waste and Construction & Demolition
   (g)   Social Impact Assessment - Resettlement and Rehabilitation - Forest clearance process.
   (h)   Environment and Social Management Framework - Green Building – Public-Private Partnerships.
   (i)   Faecal Sludge Treatment Process.

4. Information Technology
   (a)   System Administration - Network Administration - Wireless Technology - Windows Administration
   (b)   MS SQL Server 2019 - Oracle Database Administration - Oracle Data Guard, Database Security
   (c)   Mail Server Administration - Apache Web Server Administration - Storage Area Networks
   (d)   Cloud Services using AWS / Open stack / Microsoft Azure

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(e)   Web Development using PHP & MYSQL, ASP.NET, HTML5 & CSS3, Angular 8 - Enterprise Application
         Development using JAVA - Mobile Application Development using - Android Studio, IOS - Software
         Testing & amp; Quality Assurance - SAP (BASIS, HANA FICO, PS, SCM, HR, MM) - IT Applications like MS
         Office 2016 - MS Project 2016, Oracle Primavera, Jira Agile.
   (f)   Industry 4.0 - Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Blockchain Technology,
         IoT Data Analytics (IoTDA), Robotics, Cyber Security - Digital Forensic Tools - Mobile Security, Wireless
         Security - Security Audit - Data Analytics Using MS Excel, R tool, SPSS, Hadoop & Spark tool, and
         Embedded Systems.

5. Management & Technology
   (a) What Employer Should Know about Labour Laws (Provisions related to Acts / Laws)
   (b) Technology and Advances in Metal Working (Forgings and Forged Products)
   (c) NDT for Failure Analysis of Castings, Forgings, Weldments and Tubes (NDT Methods (UT, LPT & MPI).
   (d) Awareness Program on Design for 3D printing using Auto CAD.
   (e) Warehousing and Stores Management for professionals from Power Plants (f) Enhancing the
       Effectiveness of DRTC Officers (DRDO)
   (g) Conflict Management, Problem Solving and Decision Making Skills for Contract Management.
   (h) Enhancing Managerial Excellence of Engineers &Executives

6. Power & Energy
   (a)   Effective Material Mgmt. System & e-Procurement
   (b)   Power Cable Selection, Testing & Maintenance, Installation, Fault Finding, Protection
   (c)   PAT Mechanism in Power Plants
   (d)   Distribution Equipment Cabling
   (e)   Accident Prevention & Observation of Safety Rules
   (f)   Design, Installation, O&M of Underground distribution Lines
   (g)   Energy Efficiency in Pumps, Fans, Compressor & Refrigeration System & Motors
   (h)   Open Access, Power Trading and Tariffs – ABT Scenario
   (i)   Switchgear & Protection of Generator & Transformers of Large Power Station ( j) Earthing Practices in
         Electrical Installations and Safety Precautions
   (k)   Efficiency Improvement in Distribution, O&M of Distribution Transformers
   (l)   Static and Digital Energy Meters.
   (m)   Rewinding & Retesting of Transformers upto 5 MVA. The Theory with hands-on training in a
         manufacturing plant.
   (n)   Gas Turbine Maintenance
   (o)   Power Grid Management
   (p)   Plant Performance and Optimization.
   (q)   Boiler Water and Cooling water chemistry and corrosion control.
   (r)   ST & GT Governing system.
   (s)   Flexibilization of Thermal Power Plant.

7. Quality & Productivity
   Recognized Certification Programs (Transition / Internal / Lead Auditor Training):
   (a) ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System - ISO 14001:2015 Environment Management System -
   (b) ISO 45001 OHSMS Occupational Health and Safety Management System - ISO 50001 Energy
       Management -
   (c) AS 9100 D (QMS Requirements for Aviation, Space and Defence Organization) - IAQG Maturity Model -
       Food Safety Management System - ISO ISO/IEC 17025:2017 NABL Laboratory Accreditation -
       Integrated Management System (IMS) - Uncertainty Measurement - ISO 27001 Information Security
       Management System - ISO 50001 EMS - Energy Management System.

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(d) ISO 37001 – Anti-Bribery Management System
   (e) Japanese Quality Systems such as:
       (i) Toyota Production System
       (ii) Attacking 8 Deadly Waste – A Strategies to fight costs
       (iii) Just in time Operational Excellence
       (iv) Total Productive Maintenance
       (v) Zero Quality Control or Mistake Proofing – (Poka Yoke)
       (vi) 5S for workplace excellence
   (f) ISO 22001-2018: Food Safety Management System Awareness Documentation & Internal Audit.
   (g) IATF-16949:2016 – Awareness and Internal Auditor Training for Automotive Industry
   (h) Industrial Safety – Quality Focus
       (i) Value Stream Mapping – Transforming Value Streams for better lead time ( j)7 Quality control Tool
             for effective QM

   Faculty and Staff Development Programs / Workshops:

   Outcome-Based Education (OBE) - NBA-SAR Filling - NAAC Accreditation programs - Student Development
   Programs - Pedagogy, Research & Entrepreneurship Development.

8. Water Resources Development
   i)    Programmes related to:

         Water Resources Management, Dam Designs, Dam Safety, Flood Management, Micro Irrigation
         Systems, Canal Automation for Irrigation Management, PIM, Operation of Main System of Irrigation
         Projects, Participatory Ground Water Management, Rural Water Supply & Sanitation, Water Quality
         Monitoring and Surveillance, Drinking Water Security and Water Safety Plans, Solar Energy for Water
         Supply & Sanitation, Application of Total Station & DGPS, Project Management.

   ii)   Training Programmes using Software Applications include:

         (a)    Design Analysis of Concrete Gravity Dams
         (b)    Irrigation Projects – Canal Automation
         (c)    Design and Analysis of Civil Structures
         (d)    Planning, Design & Installation of Flow Measurement Structures in Irrigation Projects
         (e)    Crop Water Requirements
         (f)    Drinking Water Sector
         (g)    SCADA Applications in Drinking Water System
         (h)    FEM, ANSYS
         (i)    EPANET
         ( j)   Remote Sensing & GIS
         (k)    MS Project and Primavera

   iii) Other Programmes

         a.     In addition to the above programmes WRD Division in partnership with UNICEF is taking up
                specific training programmes in Water and Sanitation Sector like Project Implementation Plan for
                Swajal, Water Security Plan, Water Quality and Surveillance Systems and Retro – fitting of Toilets in
                Swachh Bharat Mission for Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka States.

         b.     Further WRD Division is taking up Induction Training for Newly Recruited Assistant Executive
                Engineers for RWS&S Department, Government of Telangana.

         c.     WRD Division also takes up tailor made training programmes as per the specific requirements of
                the State Governments in Water Resources Drinking Water and Sanitation Sectors.

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Schedule of
Continuing Professional Development










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Centre For Climate Change – Programmes For 2021-22
S.No. Programme Title                                                     Days       Dates        Mode of
1       Urban Planning, Green Cover and Biodiversity                        3     14-16 Apr, 21    Online
2       Construction and Demolition Waste Management and its                3    04-06 May, 21     Online
        relevance with Climate Change
3       Convergence for Synergy: One day workshop on SDG Goal 13 –          1      03 Jun, 21      Online
        Climate Action
4       Corporate Capacity Development Programme on Sustainability          2     13-14 Jul, 21    Online
5       Coastal zone Management and Monitoring with remote sensing          3    03-05 Aug, 21 Class Room
        applications including CRZ 2018 draft notification
6       Application of Bio- Engineering Technologies for Waste Water        3    14-16 Sep, 21 Class Room
        Treatment in Nalas, Drains And Canals
7       Sustainability Auditing of Urban Lakes Restoration and              3    27-29 Sep, 21 Class Room
8       Scaling-up Climate Resilient Agriculture Practices towards          3    16-18 Nov, 21 Class Room
        Climate Smart Villages.
9       Principles and Practices of Sustainable Mining and Climate          3    14-16 Dec, 21 Class Room
        Adaptive Approaches.
10      National Action Plan on Climate Change – GoI Missions               3     25-27 Jan, 22 Class Room

Note : In addition, the following domain specific training programmes can be conducted.
       a. Disaster Risk Management                    b. Urban Forestry Climate Mitigation
       c. Climate Resilient Industrial estates        d. Urban Heat Islands
       e. Climate change adaptation                    f. GHG emissions
       g. Climate Change and Irrigation

 Ms. Anita Aggarwal, Faculty                                  Ph : 040 – 66304120, Mob : 8374362306


     Training Program on “Road Safety Management and Education” Sponsored by The Ministry of
        Road Transport & Highways (Transport Section), GoI, New Delhi from 24 – 26 Nov, 2020.
                                    conducted by CTE Division
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Civil/Transportation Engineering– Programmes for 2021-22
S.No. Programme Title                                                    Days       Dates         Mode of

1.     Project Management in Construction Industry                        3     27 – 29 Apr, 21   Online

2.     Contract Management and Dispute Resolution in
       Engineering Projects                                               3     05 – 07 May, 21 Class Room

3.     Geo-Synthetics & Reinforced Soil Structures                        3     18 – 20 May, 21   Online

4.     Quality Assurance & Quality Control in Civil Engineering
       Construction Projects                                              3     15 – 17 Jun, 21   Online

5.     Concepts of ITS in Transportation and Taxonomy of ITS              3     23 – 25 Jun, 21   Online

6.     Repair Rehabilitation and Retrofitting of Buildings – Diagnosis
       and Repair Techniques                                              3     07 – 09 Jul, 21 Class Room

7.     Pavement Management Systems (Flexible, Composite and Rigid)        3     27 – 29 Jul, 21   Online

8.     Testing Methods of Civil Engineering Materials & RMC Batching
       Plant                                                              3     11 - 13 Aug, 21 Class Room

9.     Soil Investigations & Ground Improvement Techniques in
       Infrastructure Development                                         3     24 – 26 Aug, 21   Online

10.    Flexible Pavements and Overlays - Design, Construction and
       Maintenance                                                        3     06 – 08 Sep, 21   Online

11.    Destructive & Non Destructive Testing Methods in
       Civil Engineering Structures                                       3     22 - 24 Sep, 21 Class Room

12.    Analysis for Structural Leakages and Treatment Methods             3     04 – 06 Oct, 21 Class Room

13.    e-Procurement, e- Tendering and EPC Contracts in Projects          3     26 – 28 Oct, 21   Online

14.    Feasibility study & preparation of DPR for Roads, Buildings &
       Bridges of Engineering Projects                                    3     16 – 18 Nov, 21   Online

15.    High Rise Buildings – Planning, Design, Construction &
       Maintenance Techniques                                             3     24 – 26 Nov, 21 Class Room

16.    Contract Management and Arbitration                                3     08 – 10 Dec, 21 Class Room

17.    Safety Management in Construction and Occupational Civil
       Structures                                                         3     14 – 16 Dec, 21   Online

18.    Pre-fabricated Structures – Planning, Design and Construction      3     10 – 12 Jan, 22 Class Room

19.    Statistical Quality Control                                        3     19 – 21 Jan, 22   Online

20.    National Building Code of India (NBC) – 2016 (Exposure on
       Regulatory Parts 2 to 4, 6 to 9)                                   3     08 – 10 Feb, 22   Online

21.    Design, Construction & Maintenance of Rigid Pavements              3     23 – 25 Feb, 22 Class Room

22.    Asset Management for highway projects including HDM                3     09 – 11 Mar, 22   Online

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Note : We also undertake tailor made In-house training programmes on the above subjects or any other subjects
at Clients location or at ESCI campus.
STPs offered broadly in the areas like
      •    Construction Management,
      •    Pavement technologies including urban and rural roads for PMGSY projects,
      •    Construction of Bridges and Culverts,
      •    Road Safety Management,
      •    Traffic Management and Intelligent Transportation System,
      •    Contract Management including Arbitration and Dispute Resolutions.
Also conducted programmes sponsored by UNESCO for different countries in the areas of Infrastructure

Certification Course:
 S.No.                 Name of the course                                      Remarks
   1     Road Safety Audit                                                 Duration : 5days
   2     Concrete Mix Design for various grades                            Duration : 5days

Certificate programme which can be done on the request from the participants/
 Er. A R K Murty, Adviser                                    Ph : 040 – 66304107, Mob : 9959224968
 Ms. Ch Jyostna, Jr. Faculty                                 Ph : 040 – 66304138, Mob : 7207744982


                Programme on “Road Signage – Role in Self Explaining Roads to Reduce
                 Accidents”, Sponsored by The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways
                      (Transport Section), GoI, New Delhi from 07 – 09 Dec, 2020.

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Environment Management – Programmes for 2021-22
S.No. Programme Title                                                  Days       Dates          Mode of

1    Bio Medical Waste Management – Handling & Safe Disposal            3     06 – 08 Apr, 21     Online
     Options with New Rules 2016
2    Advanced technologies based Water and Waste Water Treatment        3     14 – 16 Apr, 21 Class Room
     for Zero Discharge Compliance - CAMUS, SBT, Phyto, DEWATS
3    Conducting EIA Study and Preparation of EIA reports – Case         3     27 – 29 Apr, 21     Online
     study & Group Discussion.
4    Storm Water Drainage System- Design, Construction and O&M          3     11 – 13 May, 21     Online
5    Air pollution Monitoring & Modeling using Software                 3     25 – 27 May, 21     Online
     Applications – Theory & Practical’s.
6    Application of GIS, GPS & RS in Environmental Data Management.     3     08 – 10 Jun, 21   Online
7    Performance Evaluation of Sewage Treatment Plants – Practical      3     16 – 18 Jun, 21 Class Room
     Aspects and Field Visits.
8    Hands-on Training – Design, Construction, O&M and Estimation       4     22 – 25 Jun, 21     Online
     of Sewerage Network System & STP
9    Faecal Sludge and Septage Management-Training cum Exposure         3     06 – 08 Jul, 21 Class Room
10   Air Quality Management                                             3     13 – 15 Jul, 21   Online
11   Operation & Maintenance of Sewerage Network System-                3     27 – 29 Jul, 21 Class Room
     Sustainable Infrastructure
12   E-Waste Management-Issues, Collection and Disposal Mechanism       3     10 – 12 Aug, 21 Class Room
13   IT Enabled Applications in Water Supply and Sewerage Projects.     4     24 – 26 Aug, 21 Class Room
14   Water Pollution Monitoring & Modelling using Software              3     07 – 09 Sep, 21 Class Room
     Applications – Theory & Practical’s.
15   Sustainable Solid Waste Management System                          3     21 – 23 Sep, 21 Class Room
16   Preparation of Estimation for Water Supply & Sewerage Projects.    3     05 – 07 Oct, 21   Online
17   Smart City Solution and Environmental Aspects                      3     19 – 21 Oct, 21 Class Room
18   Selection of Technology of Sewerage Treatment Process –            4     09 – 12 Nov, 21 Class Room
     Conventional and Advanced.
19   Hands-on training on GIS Applications- Arc GIS                     3     23 – 25 Nov, 21 Class Room
20   Attaining Service Level benchmarks for Water Supply &              4     07 – 09 Dec, 21 Class Room
     Sewerage. Solid Waste and Storm Water Drainage.
21   Underground Sewerage Systems- Good Practices, Innovative           3     21 – 23 Dec, 21 Class Room
     models and Continual Improvement in Technologies
22   PLC and SCADA Applications in Water supply and Sewerage            3     05 – 07 Jan, 22 Class Room
     Projects including field visits.
23   Water Audit & Software – Urban Water Management                    3     18 – 20 Jan, 22   Class Room
24   GIS and Smart Water Management Projects                            3     01 – 03 Feb, 22   Class Room
25   Hazardous Waste Management & Prevention                            3     16 – 18 Feb, 22   Class Room
26   Online Monitoring Industrial Emission Effluent (Technical          3     08 – 10 Mar, 22   Class Room
     Guidelines and Demonstration).
27   Desalination Process – Planning, Design & Operation                3     15 – 17 Mar, 22 Class Room
28   Preparation of DPR and Tender Documents for Sewage                 3     22 – 24 Mar, 22 Class Room
     Treatment Plant.

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