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ADB-Japan Scholarship Program for Developing Countries in Asia and Pacific

Programs covered by the ADB-JSP are postgraduate studies in economics, management, health, education, agriculture, environment, natural resource management, science and technology, and other development-related fields.

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E I Technologies Pvt. Ltd. 

Water Resource Engineer
Location: Karnataka, India 
Desired Expertise: water resource engineering, water, design, planning, engineering, Channel Design, HEC2, Surface Water Modeling, Drainage Studies, River Engineering, Watershed Modeling, Floodplain Analysis, HEC1, Flood Forecasting, Water Supply

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R&D Engineer (Electrical HT/LT Systems/Inverters/Power Stabilizers)

Location : New Delhi,India

Expected Start Date: 15/9/2021

Job Types: Full-time, Contract, Commission

Salary: ₹20,000.00 - ₹60,000.00 per month

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 Jobs on hydrology

Hydrology is a contemporary and dynamic topic of research. This area of research is always expanding its scope and from the days of measuring discharge to the application of GIS in monitoring and regulating the flow for better management of the resource, this area of research has endured a lot of developments. The very interdisciplinary nature of this topic makes it more interesting and attractive to any young researcher who has a desire to innovate and the agility to implement his/her innovation.

In recent years due to the change in climate and global ecosystem, water is becoming scarce and competition to consume the same has been stupendous. That is why the management of this resource that also in an optimal manner is a need of the hour which requires a regular flow of learned person who has been trained to work in the challenging field of hydrology. As a consequence, this field requires manpower which is evident in the burgeoning demand for hydrologists all over the World and also in India.

Find more in "Top Three Places to look for openings in hydrology"

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