Department of

Environmental Sciences

Environmental Science has developed as an interdisciplinary subject to understand the physical-chemical and biological processes of the natural system. The Environmental science Programme provides an understanding and skill to address environmental issues scientifically. The Department of Environmental Sciences at SRM University, Haryana (SRMUH) was established with the clear objective of furthering cutting-edge interdisciplinary research in specific fields. Research on Environmental Impact Studies, Environmental Health, Climate Change, and Waste management is in progress. The Department has been actively identifying and introducing various courses linking environmental issues and sustainable development with technology and business. These introductory courses will enable them to adopt a practical outlook to take holistic decisions for managing their business sustainably. As the environmental problems clash with technology and development, most MNCs prefer recruiting people who are environmentally educated. We hope to set the stage for inculcating environmentally conscious professionalism into technologists, managers, and entrepreneurs of India.

LABORATORIES

The Department of Environmental Science facilitates contemporary research on different issues of the environment. The hands-on experimentations are available on Physico-chemical analyses of soil, water samples, analysis of satellite data.

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Research

2021

  • Chander Singh, Aanand Kumar, S.Sastri,Alok Kumar, Amit Singh, Ravi Prakash Singh, Shyam Ranjan, Geochemical modeling to infer genetic origin of groundwater and associated health risks in desertic aquifers, Groundwater for Sustainable Development 2021 ,(Accepted)
  • Singha Roy, Koushik, Naik Kantilal, Alkesha (2021). Recent Development of Novel Composite Materials for Carbon Capture: A Green Technology. (In Edited Book entitled: “Green Innovation, Sustainable Development, and Circular Economy” (First Edition) by Singh, Nitin Kumar, Pandey, Siddhartha, Sharma, Himanshu, Goel, Sunkulp. Published byCRC Press, pp.03-16. ISBN 9780367441746.)
  • Singha Roy, Koushik, Desai, Soham (2021). Elucidation of microbial exopolysaccharide for managing environmental contaminants: A sustainable approach. (In Edited Book entitled: “Green Innovation, Sustainable Development, and Circular Economy” (First Edition) by Singh, Nitin Kumar, Pandey, Siddhartha, Sharma, Himanshu, Goel, Sunkulp. Published by CRC Press, pp.47-59. ISBN 9780367441746.)

2020

  • Padhy, S. R., Bhattacharyya, P., Dash, P. K., Roy, K. S., Neogi, S., Baig, M. J. & Mohapatra, T. (2020). Enhanced labile carbon flow in soil-microbes-plant-atmospheric continuum in rice under elevated CO2 and temperature leads to positive climate change feed-back. Applied Soil Ecology, 155, 103657.

Programme Overviews

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

  • To produce graduates who have scientific, interpretive, and creative thinking skills.
  • To teach students the usage of computer-based geographical information systems to study the problems of environmental change.
  • To produce graduates who understand major concepts of Environment along with multidisciplinary subjects such as chemistry, physics, mathematics, etc.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)

  • Students at the time of graduation will have acquired knowledge of Environmental Science and its application and will be ready to pursue vital positions in academia, industry, and government institutions as skilled personnel.
  • Students at the time of graduation will be able to effectively communicate/collaborate with multidisciplinary teams to provide solutions for the challenging environmental problems of local, national, and global nature.

Programme Outcomes (PO)

  • The Programme will help students develop a scientific outlook not only concerning science subjects but also in all aspects related to life.
  • Through the learnings of the Programme, students will be able to understand the issues of environmental contexts and sustainable development.

Facilities

Well-equipped Research Labs

Personality Development

Value Education

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