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B.Sc Envir-onnrent an
t
l.
TIre course rvill be [or 3 aclrleruic t'c:u's
I
D
will be conrnton with tlre I year of existing B Coln Course
Part I
En_qlish
il
Part il
Language willbe conrmon with the existing B Conr colrrse
Part
will consist olorte nrain subject (Environrrent and Water lVlanagernent ( and two
complernentan;.subjects Botany and Chernistry shallthe corrrplementary subjects
'
The main subject rvill lrave eight theory papers. 2 practical for exarnirration and two project
works The complenrentary sublects will lrave orre theory
praper eaclr irr the lst year one each in
the Secqnd yearpnd also piactrc:ri [)rtlect I w'rll bq o.n Water Nlarragerlrerrt arrd lvill be spread
nd'rdrd
and i year with 2 hour'rveek
over2
ll rvillbe
inseconclyearand
I
hoursr.",zeekin3 year
an investigative project cn any aspect on et'lvrronnreltt
Ill) t{ours ofstudy and scheme olexarnintrtion
shallbe as fbllor.vs part I Englislr
Lecture Praaical
SLrbject
I.1io
I-{or
rrs&\hek
Exarninatieirr Departrrent
I-lorrrs/Wee!< l-iirr.ii'VMal'k
First year
I
i 1
English
t
5
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r00
English
1l
4
J
100
200
(.)
TotaJ
Pirt ll Lanquaue
Fifst y.u,'
r I
Part
lll
Language
4'
I
Cornplententan/ subjects
t00
i
First Year
' i
2
Botany
I.
Clrernistry Il
2
I
60
2
_)
60
:
(,
Secorrci Year
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4
-5
6
- Ilotiirrv ll
Chertristry
2
ll
2
)
Botnrty Practical
Chemistry Practical
1
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8t.i
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Pro-ject
EWM OI
F-undamentals cf
Ecologl
Botany DePt
EWM 02
Envi ronmental
Ireniistrv
Chenristry
EWM 0l
Ecosystettt
Zoolcgy'DcPt
Hydrologv & Water Resources
Plrysi6or Env DePt
C
I
EWM 04
Environmental
I
QLrali tr'
Biolog'
&
. - .*
',
Botany DePt
Chernistry
lvl atra{.l,enretlt
EWM 07
I
EWM 08.
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Water
EWMPI
EWM P2
Environmental Chenristry Practrcalt i
Chenristry
Environmental BiologY
Zoology
Practical
Botarrv in
EWM
P3
EWM P4
o
Physics Dept
EWM 05
EWM 06
DePt
Environtnerrtal Polltrtion
&
'Do ot Environttletltal DePt
Managetnettt
nd
rd
proiect I (2 .and _'l Year)
rd
Project tl (3 \'ear)
irr
II Year
lllYear
I'lrysics Dept
nJily
anh Zoology or
Environmetrtal DePt
5
rd"
The detailed syllabus f,or tlre 3
year will be prepared ancl iirnvardeci to the [Jrrir ersit.''[ri.
the Chairrnatr
6
tlre seconcl yeat rvere appr')ved Question
The model (luestion papers for the exarttintition of
papers aPPended
7
g
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no 7 ol-llle nneetiii3 helcl "'21
The Board resolr,:d to recommend that the resoltrti,lrr
be irnplenlented before May 2000
99 regarding the refiesher course in Water Managetnent
p3 project t, rhe following itern be added as item
Resolved that in the syllabus for EwM
l3
l3 Any Local problem related to Water Management
'Also
r..solued that tlre nrarket tbr Ewl'vI
l)l rvill
Part A (Second Year)
20 marks
(ThirLYearlViva voce at the errd oI
20 rlarks
Pad B
All exarrt will
9
I
be held at tlle ertd
p4
Resolved the EwN4
be as
fbllows
0 nrarks
tlf the I
rd
'i
e:ll
ollll vearrvill be preparatiorr of a. i.r'esligati'e reltort on tlte
[bllo"ving to;lics
nature and enl'irottrlietttal etl'ects otl ilrlY of the
a)OilN'lills
b) Focld processlll-tr ulllts
c) Brick arrd tile {actories
d) Autonrobile Pollution
e) Noise pollutiorl
t) Dust & SPN{ pollution
g) Deforestation
h) Mortocr-rlttrre
I
))
fbllows
The scherne of question papers 1br tlre rnain sub.Jects rvillbe as
A
Written examittation
For Papers ofSecond Year
cluestiorls 20xi rlrarks: 60 tnarks
20 cluestions to be attslvered orrt of
2-5
4 cluestions to be answered out of 6
questions
x l0
rtiarks = 40 marks
100 lrlarks
l'otal
For Paper of Third Year
questions out of 20 questions
t5xl=45nrarks
3 x l0 : l0 marks
,15
3 questions out of 5 questions
75 rnarks
Total
B
I
4
Practical
EnvironmentalChernistry
2x
Practical work
40
80 niarks ( 4 Hrs)
Lab records
I
0 rnarks
liva
I
0 ntarks
I
00 rlllrks
Voce
Total
2.
EnvironmentalBiologY
Ttris
will
have 2 parts i) Botany
& ii)Zoologv
i) Botany 50 rnarks (2 hours)
ir) Zoologv 50 rlarks ( 2 hours)
l]ractical25 marks
Practical 25 marks
Viva voce 5 ntarks
Viva voce 5 rtrat'ks
ilab record 5 marks
Lab record
Systernatics
Total 50
C
| -5
nrarks
repo(
Mr,'a voce
Project
3
niarks
Report of visit l5 lnarks
nrarks
Project Work
-5
Total 50 ntarks
- I & Il ( 50 nrarks each)
-
Tlre colrrses of the part
40 trtarks
I
() nrark
s
tll rvill be lranclled by the deparltllents as v.vhom below
!,t
Svllabus
i n.Sc. Environment and Water N'Ianagement
Course
Main Paner-I- Fundamentals of Ecolow
l.
Teaching Hours: 2,
lntroduction
Marls: I
\\rhar is Ecologi, - Scope of Ecologl, - Relation to other Sciences - Historical Back ground - Ecologf in
India - Termrnologl'of Ecologl'- Basic Concepts of Ecologl,- Approaches to Ecology - lts main Subdivision and
developmenral facets. ( Books for studt) - P.D. Sharma - 1996. Ecologt and Environment - Rasrogi Publications Mcenrt) - Untl
2.
I
7
Climatic Factors
Hours,3 Marlis
Enr.rronmental Complex - Iateraction of Ecological factors - Light factor - Temperature factor - Precipitarion (rarnfall) - Humidiw of eir - .A,tmosphere - gases and rvind - Atmospheric gases - Wind factor - Fire
factor. ( Book.for studv - P.D. Sharnta - 1996, Ecolog and Envtronment - Rastogi Publications Meerut) Unir IL (R.5. ,shukla and P.S. Chandel - 1996. Plant Ecologt - Chand & Co., New Delhi) - Untt
II
3.
slope.
Unir
Toposranhic(Phvsiosrnphic)Factors
/
2 Eours,
I Mark
Heigirt of mountain chains - Direction of mountains and valleys - Steepness of slope - Exposure of
Books _ibr sttah'- P.D. Sharnta - 199(t. Ecologt'and Envtronment - Rastogi Publications l,fecrut) -
III
.1.
Edanhic Factors (Soil Science)
5
flours, 2 Marls
lmportance of soil - Dcfinition and composition of soil - Formation (origin) of soil - Factors affccting
soil fbrmarron - Soil profile - Sorne processes in soil fornration. Cltaractcristic to the climate tlpe - Soil complex
components and properties - Soilerosion - Soilconscrvation./ Books /'ttr:^ludy - P.D. Sharma - 1996. Ecolctgt
and Eny,ironmcnr - Rastogi Pthlicanons Mccnt) - Umt lV, (R.5. '\;n*la and P.S. Chandel - 1996, Plant
Ecolog'- Chand &
5.
Cct.. New Delhi)
EcologicalAd,lptations
- Unit II
[3 Hours,6 Marla
Forms of water in nature - Soil-plant atmosphere - Continuum (SPAC) - Adaptations of Land plants \\'atcr - balance problcms - Ecological groups of plants ecological adaptations - H1'drophltes - Ecologtcal adaptations in hldrophrres - Mcsophrtes - Xerophrtes - Ecological adaptations in xerophytes - Halophrtes - Ecological
.',hptarrons rn anrmals./ Btxtks.lor srtdr, - I'.D. Sharno - 1996. Ecologlt and Dnvronmenl 'Rasrcgt I'ublicanons Lleentr)- Umt I,'. (R.5. Shukla ancl P.S. Chandcl - 1996. Plant Ecology -Chand &Co.. New Delhi) -
unit
1711.
(r.
a..Y
Biotic Ftctor
13
Hours,6 Marks
Rclauonships amons organtsnls - Posrlrvc lntcracttol'ts. - Ncgative interactions - Micro climate. ( Boctk"'
litr
tttttit' - PD. .\harnta
- 1996. Dcologt' and Enytrttnmant - lla.rtoqi Publications Meentl) - Untt W.
7.
Autecotogv of Species
13 Hours,
9.
13
6l\Iarks
flours,6 Marks
Basic concepts ofpopulation ecologr'Descnbing a population ( population characteristics)
- Density Natalin'- Mortal-itv -
Dispersion -
Populationcro*th - slg*oia a
sharma - l996' E'ilog" and Enviroime)1t
lsrrapea cr*r-."la"oksfor study _ p.D.
Rastogi Pub'[ications Meerut) - unit Ix. (RS
shukra anrl p.s.
Chandel - t996. plant Ecolog,, _ Chand
& Co., Nerv Delhi) _ Unit M
10. Community Ecotow
13
Il.
Hours,
6
Marks
13 Hours, 6 Marls
ends of succession _ Basic trpes of succession _
General
ere - a xeroserc on rock _ Heterotrophic (microbral)
succession _ Biome. ( Booksfor study _ p.D.
Sharma
Meerur) _ Untt XI. &.5. Shttkta anct pS. Chanclel
_
_
KTI,
12.
Ecosystem Ecology
13 Flours, 6 Marks
ction of an ecosvstem _ Structure of ecosystcm _
Energy tlorv rn ecos\.stern - Nutnent cvcles
m
Major ccosystems _ pond ecosystem _
O"._
References
rs
& Co. Philadelphia.
. Cajcuna
Ecolog1,, Errglish Dcpot. Delrradun
,t Co.. N{cenrt 34.1 pagcs
. Ncrv Dclhi
'L*
EWN{
03
Ecosystems
9ot
Za
(90 Hrs)
(8 Hrs 9 M)
nctional aspects of Ecosystems-Energy flow in
d chains and
food webs- classification of ecosystems.
(18 Hrs. 20 M)
Tundra -forest ecosystems, coniferous forests, temperate, deciduous forest.
5t Serni ever green forest. Dry deciduous forest, grass lands
3.
_
N,{
Y
-
savannas- desert ecosystems
Fresh water ecosystems
(9
Loti-c ecosystems - lentic ecosystems -ponds , lakes estuarine ecosystem mangrove ecosyster1i
rMarine
ecosystems
(7
Hrs 8 M)
Littoral, nedtic, pelagic, benthic zones.
5.
Functional aspects of ecosystems
(7 hours 8 marks)
qeriodisnr- periodism and temperature effects -inter relationship among ecosystem.
O. Aio
( 14 hours I 5 marks)
,
t
diversity
hnportance of bio diversity -, quiiibriunr in nature -origin of Diversity
',\
,,
\
:l
Hrs l0 M)
-
Speciatiorr
- evolutiop
and Resources Iimitation- the ecplogical role of bio diversity- diversity and niche structure strategies to conserve bio diversity
--.,
'(7
J
.lconservation ofnatural
l)
r€sources
Classification of natural resources:
-irnanagement.
'l
\\,
(
lghours 20 marks)
r\n\,LUl" and non renewable -conservation
and
-7
\\<
I
flora.
1t',,
portance of
Andarrran and Nicobar,
rnaj or reserves : N i lgiri s, Su
nd
erban,
Gulfof M'rnnor.
Reference
I
:t,i 2
Koromondy E.J concept of Ecology
lll
edn Prentice Hall of India 1989.
Odum E.P fundamentals of ecology Saunders and co.
J.
lndian institute ofecology and environment. Occasional monograph no 50 bio diversity
4
Do
5
Do
6
Do
7
Do
8.
Do
do
do
do
do
do
no 03 Ecosystem ecology
No42 wild life conservation in lndia
No24 Himalaya
No
12 Forest
No 47 wild life resources and national parks of lndia
t1r;*f!a:::;'
-#r
G1
EWIVI 04 Hl,drologv
.
--.._ i
*+<_
,r/
Eu4
rvater t'cs0u rces
ar:el
(60 Hrs )
l.
Water scenario
(5
Worl d scenario,l ndian scenari
o,
5tt u
Hrs l0 M)
Kerala scenari o.
Reference:
l)
Koromotuls; 8..1 concepLt ofecology
III licl lrr-erttice Hcrrr rf rtulia.
2) ltrclia'.;tyaterw,colth Ro, K.1.. Oriurt l,rnglxtr.rt,s
lgTg
3)wttcr,scetrur'io cf Kerala Depr. of .scietrcc rlch ctrul
ctn,iruttrrttctJr. Kerolu
2-/ Instrurnentation and data colrection in fiydrology ( l5 hours l5 marks)
Recording and non recording rain gauges - wind wane
and anemometers. EvaporimeGrltro meter- thermo hygrograph Max. and Min thermometer.
'inf
wet and Dry bulb thermometer
- Sunshine recorder-stage discharge rneasurements
- Establishnrent oInreteorological lab arrcl
strealn gaugi ng station
Reference
l)Agro nreleorrtlrtgicol.ficlcl ,t'ltrtiotr - [rrigcrtiorr
'2)lS 1986 (1953)
Maqs.trt.anrertt of raitfall.
3) L\
I
etrrcl
tit'tritmge 1n1rcr 27 l;AO Jktrrta.
8389 (1983) clo
IS 5973 (197q pdtt et,ctpot.inretcr
5) l,\ 3918 (196q codc ofpr.oct,ic.a.ftr tr.sa of crtrrcnt
('aicrr
ttcr.
tll(:tLtt;
All
b.1,
[1y1irrrr
.tiri/i.tticol htrrctttt,
-
i
6) |fuhrcwnr))o K. Hytlrologs,.[,rr linginear.' 'lh/a
I
Mc
Gr.ary
Hitt t
9g1
I
Qf"'tce
water Hvdrologv
(30 t{rs 30 Mark)
'
Statistical analysis in hydrology -probable, nraxinrunr precipitation
duration curve -sirnple regressiicn models- flood frequency
duryr',
-
hyclr.qgr.aplr-
llrw
and estimation- ,..totion
Uetween geornorphology and l{ydrologic parameters- estimation oibvtrpo
tr-arLspiration and
plant r.vater requirements, water balance.
"E
Reference
t)
2)'
llctlcly; A 'tlxt Bix* tf ltl,choktgl: Lnk.rlr,ri
1,,tltli:;hcr.s,
Ilaghuna\h H.M. HS,droktg.,1, l.ViIa1, l:n.stcr.tt, I9g5
.lcrycrt'crrn
Ground water hydrology
b{
l)
2)
i
Nay, l)allti.
(20 Hrs
2-5
Marks)
Hydrologic features- qrottttd water table, capillary zone, sprirrg flornration,
artesian w,ell.s
Geophysical investition -resistivity and seislnic rnethods- applicatiorr ol'rerrrrrte
serrsipLr Darcy's equation- estinration ofyield- open r.vells- bore w.ell- tube vyells.
a.\'
. - ---.:
-)
Reference:
l1 {'lu,r.l,, .lGK utrcl l)a//a
DK.
Gnrurd wqrcr dcv'artpnr,tt
I
2)
itr'rtxJia, Jrtrrarerecrric corTtctr-uriott,
Ncrv /)arhi. tgg2.
(iruurrtd y,ater
hatrcl fuxtk ,1987.
t
Hydrology
ofEcosystems
( l5 hours_ I 5 marks)
Ponds' Lakes' wetlands,
Rivers; Estuaries, Mangroves,
Artificial Reservoirs, Ground
water
\) t'Wttt-lU ptthlicatictrr.s.
i
6,
I
Water
policy
Nationar .nd
t*i
,tu,.
:
poricies
-
need
ro.legist.ti:5nHrs
' 5 Marks)
Re(brence:
I
) Nationar water poricy
2)
'
r
9g 7
Kerara state water poticy
Goncral Roference
ministry of water resources.
-
Dept. of pubrication Govt.
of Kerara r 992
lied Hyd;olog; L{c Ct.a;t
l;iil
ed hytlrutlogt - Mc Grun,
Hill
Etgirrcers
\
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EIr:)r1-:DtS of }4.et_rology _ r\Ib;rt
15 hrs :1 3 marks)
schaurn,
l,lllI_,r,
s outrinr s..rr
.Tacl<
s
C Thornpson,
7
] I,.,rri r r
3. ?hi-. Atmosph._.r=,
and ildwerd J T:rrbuck,
pr ,ntic,.,. - ,i.:II
4. i)hysics :or'Iic
l't lwc'n r 'Li:toy Il+.-:ton,
Pr:ntlc..: r{.1 rI ,
5. fntroouctlon to
:s-and Engihg!::rs
Frederj.ck J tsu:
t. Company, N..w york.
6. fntroa;ction to
ttmycr, Kennarcl :nd
Tit.l i.lc
.' coopcr,'sensin
'w D'-Ihi '
j
l. Remotu
Pt.rtrtion - Flo.yd
F Sar:ins , Jr.-, ,
an
Francisco
q,. Principl;s
of R.
Longmira
Sci .ntiiie & T,j(
^Curran,
sons,
Ncw York.
-/9. n.'moC"-s -.nsing-l
nccs - Eort-'o by
- Erwin sch-:nd--,]
Iing H.'id:rb.'rgl
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rAO. f ntroduction to
c'nsing EC Barr-'tt
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don
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rniroauction to
.
Lguj-:s of R"Dot-' SeBsing - charl.,s E
sons r New York.
t2. enyEics p3rt r .r
tllid:y,
wilu'y Est.:rp
13. c"ir""pt" of Mod.
I{c
Gr,,w
,
Eirl
rntcrnatioirar r
z\
14. Element".o{ I,loor:ro
phyorcs _ FatiI, SH, .tet.-l
ivlc Grtw ri}I
1s'
Ki, Mutr''ja, ioiu ,lc caw-H.:-rr
pu.b co
iiSlt;3-'J.-1i;rt:n,
- :iM t,,glrun_:th, ^/iI-.y i:srcrn Ltd
i9. Hydrology
L7.
Er.,;in-'.rinE
ilvcirology -_K. Subramanydr
--, - ?ata Mc Graw
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, herbivory, Iiaras
. spe.c ie s d iversity - cor.-,potition
anc muta'rii:adr\dsuccc ssicn
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allenr:athy, cotniN€ns Iism, coop.eration
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notanicaf nanncs, ..f a,lil_,
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uses, pirts usec
irnrcrtant prociucts of !'
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A, Ccreals g. mi-l_l_ets
B
. F j-bro crops
c. spices
f . O1I
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Rico
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- cotton, Jutd
. carc;uro1,
c
jnn u^op,
6o"onr-.pepFer t clcve,
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_ Ccconui, giou.onut, !rfrgerr
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f nv ironmental FcIluticn
publishinE FIouse,
I,leerut.
:ouI
r'ir?D l-Vd sakam
(
Lge,
N
,
)
Env jrcnmental Folluticn
I.iaticnal Eock Trust, InC ia,
3I. Sharma, B.l( & Kaur, H (lSg Nev,, t clh 1 , L46 pf
)
I
iVater pcllution
Gcel publ ish rn g
i .c use
32. Unnikrishnan, E (fgg:,), Me erut , 324 pp
Utharakeralath ile Visuohavanangal
: par isth
ithi,,acrcc i
-se.rrL
sarnskara pacanam
(t,taf . ) (Sacrec, Groves
of Lorth Kerala; Eco_Folklore
Study)
ni,,l';l:i.nr", F .c. , Kocakara,,anrhrissur
o{,c, 6a2, 2ee
s3. J;:]ffi;,
Cushac'ha Sasyancal (i{al
.)
3zj
. ;J,1:',rl;:it""
(;.ecricinal FJ_ants), 6th
ec iticn
or Lansuoc'cs, Kerala, rhiruvananthapurann
of AgricuLture
33. ,};i"lr;;iltt' of ,r*icultura] Rescarch, Nqrv r elhi,
J/reolcinal plants of Kerara
Forest: r, Tcntative
Handbook
(I,tal_, &
r 3;c3 pp
Ghecicr:..;-.-
En(.)
Kerala For*ost Research Ins_tltutc,
peechi _ SgO 6:3,
Thrissur, 3f pp
36. Trivecly, fi.K & Goel p.K
( lgOZ
,
Practical l.iethcds in EcoIog;y )
ancl EnvironnrentaL
scicnce
Envjronmental I ubl ic at
icn s, Karac , 34 O pp
37 . Richard,
J. Schnritz ( f
996
)
Introouction to llater Follution
B iology
' Gulf f,ublish:nrConpany, Hcustcn, Texas
38. Patrick.R. f ugap.
iochennica'f Ecc.LoEy of l\rater
Fo.Lluticn
f lenum publ ishinc, Corpc,rat
ion , IgTb
K/U ( tgg!: )
B
39.
of practiccs Reconne.:ndaticns ,Cropsr
I
_ Ig9,
L irectorato cf
Extensicn, KeraLo .,.ericulturarJFackagt-.
Univr ;s-_uii,
lantS,
i
1s-u.r i5u-uc.,,_ s
I
Fi Ec i.i icn
tos/9.6.
I
4.
Appendix
1
CF CAI-ICUT
yeer B.sc Envt:'onrncnt arrc v.l./*ter
r\lanagernr:rrr
UI{IVERSIT-Y
Frna!
EWM-7 Watar euaffty anrl Mnnngen]ent, Syllatrue
1.0 ffiroduc$cn
2.0 WderPoilrrtlonr,.,
tt c nt e st..,c a n
d r rb an
e sl icide s- o rg a n (r
r;
it
litn
asIe
s,
ag
si J.1q g, I
r,r
t di r
x a.m gt lrr
r a i :"e.- iJ I res,
s
D
DT. tt HC
il
res lifu
e
s,,h,*rr,t ri# po
lL d io
n - pc,rro c-he nr lt:
cncl rodoacil..re materlols Elfeets of ,fl0l
an{ re$onoirs.
20 llcurs
3.0 lthter qrattfy monEortng
waler qrralit-v reoutremen! and staMards waler
ouelty srandrrJs for rronresrn and ,)r1rreiria,
usas' wa(er quaflv moniotinq, sampfing o[ waler-nr"tnuo.
o[ presnrvaliorr fnr anaivr;es
samplng tlevtces- Analysls of waler for physlcal,
ciieiirrcai .rno bloiogicirr ii;^iaiiler;ji..r
Examplcs - pH, conductivity, alkalinily, carbonalcs.
bEarbrr16lr.:;, ctrlorrdns sulph;rin,-.
nilrales, ptrosphales, sotl[rm, potas:rurn, calcnrmr
mi]gftesl,,rrrt arrd iron and rnrcrobes like
colilorm, E.col.
40
26 hours
ltYhtcr and vrastc urdor trsetmcr( pioeuscas .rrzclpraclerbalionol'lrctr-ralrhlattdubanwastewaler.FJrochemrcal,rygr;lrLtt:r.rarrd,,
chemrcai
oryf,en demarxl' lolal oro,rrrlc carbon, reiatlorrshtp
betweeir aoD, coD i,:xi -roc and
organfu carbo+oxygcn de;nand- conren{icnal,laler
ireairner;t pwrr*.0, ,:ii),ljlalior:r
floccuhtlon sedinter{allon, fl.tlra!lon, dk tirtnclkin *,rd
eoflerilnr;. R,,rr4t 1r nf trnrt?n,:lt
Manganeso De*;tirlaliorr W,lslc walorlrcairrrenl
"r"Lul, _
procBFB{ie
pfe.end trrun;.tv irsAin>t:;;l
6crggrurxl. ggcilfle;rr;lron, olJ reparalrolr.
0asr{rr oi !isl{iJt)G alru iloaialicrrr ia;rkt _:qUairsirlioi.
and feulralgaliort. t.Jlobgical trcallnenl of w;i_slrlv;!.-.i
- laiii;io iitiir,ii:a. iiL;:,i[i iCitit;i/i;r
renaizl cf ai;tpcndcd sshda, oiga;*cl iilx tilori_:t,i,,.:r.
_
5.0 Refercrrcer
V
S0
hourr
2.
Vfadimir Novotn3. anr! Gordon Crr lri.r-c. Fhnribook
o!' Non poini poitirlion. ijourcrs and
Maruigemcril. Van NDslranrl Rcinito..! f:a 'rpilllli.
rt Y l9tjl
W- Wesley Eckenfelder, Jr, lyater euaRv
Engirieertag it.ir pracIiclnrt Enginerrs. Cinhirer:r
Books lr{ernatirlnal, lnr. 1 g70.
3'
M'S-RathoreandV-RalnaRer!dy-Urbanllir:tnrfr,rianagenrenl,ilr,,val[)r,Dri(:nlr,r:;
1
996.
4' Edward D sctnreder- rveter a'd wasre y/ater Treatme^r. lvrcG,,'v - rllr.
Lo',ioir
5. John De Zuane- Drktking weter (Jr,8lrlv. slsnuards anct corrtrolg. van hlo.qlrrrnd
N.Y.1990.
6'
Rso
1991
ll
i-)a]iri
t{e,nitol(,,
c'S ErMronmenlalPoltrlhn conli'olEngneerlno New Aoa lnlprnnilonnl
trt upnflntnrn
.
and G- Techohamlorrs Er*ironrnenial
Engineerrng. r-a!? i^cGraw
Khuna pr$bcat
9'
io
ni:t
wate r
il;;"'
D
rs p o s
al a nd En*ronm
e
nl at I)o
tiii
io
ir,e e
rino
l-fussains'K'ATerlBookoIif'rulersupplya,cisnriarycri!{noerng.oxrorr,r
&rBH.rs76.
10. Duggat, K N Ehmt,n.s of En,ironmcniaiEngin*ermg
"
t,
n En0
r-.ir.r
ff;llirS.tnt*o*sphorw
T irllehs<ov.
chond & co., Dcfhi. 1995.
peslhHa.t: organir:s and
Blor.)gir;at clre,rrsrrv. cRC
[,ross
Chemtrtry otpesilctdes - reuidue
Revlews Vo,gi.1,* 36 riprirrlei.veerEf,,
-l
1
U-/
/ Appcnrlix 2 !
Flnal Year B.Sc Envtironment
and Water tv,ianagerner.t
EyyM0B - Envlronmerfal poflutlan
anrt
lflanapern,:rnt
htodci Ctuoefion papor
En IROriiEiT DEFItmof,S
4 hcur*
compomila -Atmorpherg, [ydrogphere,
firrorpnore, rheir contposnrc*
alrt, il)rsracr,,nE,
Eil4ROIHEHTAL POLIUTIOH
4 ir:r* s
ffilffi
,i?i:il
TYPES OF
POLLUTIC=
lt;HH#,?,lgll
i
ff [fi1r,,
rHi#llir;lirX"#',;:I#ril','i;#::'Jl-,
16 s our cG c
o,,s
r
s, r
p,,0
i
o s r0
re 8, ar ron,
{0 haurs
sottdwaste,r,a.,rwitcru0tuti*,inqktiu,tirieg.
Off $hora Oll pulft.rflo;.
Alr po$uilon
?f lrouri
3r"#[,T"-rl:fr:t"
slanclards, emnsion stantlarcrs,
sol,rcns arrd chssili,:arnn
or an prxi(ilanis.
CarDon moDoxl:0. orides
of ry(ron 8:t ond sulphur, parlicuiate
maller, nycrocorbgns,
and
photochemt.i.,*g
ozoir.
Effecls otair poltrlion on r'ru'-nata
healh, ptarii, riiateria!s, visrbiiiry
and arluariit; c{;u{iysie jrrv.
changes r'nrtrring gtobarwarming,
gieen house rfitrct, ozone
,.r"t'*ttu
r*1'e,. 4qp11rir_rn, acirr
tolse po&(lon
$ources, slandaros, meesuremert
and conti.ol
So{ Eroston md Larid Degnadaf,lon
Badlo - acilyc pollrrilon-{onlc
anrl lJon _ fonjc
4 h:>ru:s
.tI
\..,___.
t;!iul
.!
racilaUcn*
2 l"tostct+,
AIR POLLUTTOH COilITROL
B holrrs
Coilrrt r* rlalil,ery s()[rc, arnrr*krrr;n
r)tc,tsla t.m*r:x,n* _ (.(.,tirroi
, (JaridCl ls r.r rr ii;:ttr), ts t:1, I i
Corf,rol of mohile sou!-/-:s ennBricns
f
Oi
f.i
.
Role of ptarts and trees in air po[tttion abatenrent
0{sposal of hazardous was(es
GLOBAL ATMOSPHEPIC CI{AHGE
ffioducflon
0 hou'-s
Global lemperalures, simple global lemperaltne morlels, the qrcen hottse allecl anrl ils
erfiancgmenl
(:,,'3 Ano ellectS.
Cgf bOn diOlkle, CruOrotluorc, CarbOnS and Ollrer gleen house Oeses, I llelr Bou
riz-ulrr:
lrtyel
O7-,,rre
attd,JCslrucll.-rrtolslru{r;,,r;ift)iiL:
ReglOtrUleflecls Of lc,rrperatufe chanr't+,
A[e rnatt\ro m o d e ls [o r g lo b a I al m o s p t xl .i' ; c ha :'1 0
20 lr':r'rr s
SUSTAIIABLE DEVELOPFiEEIT
ConcePt
Erwirgllrer*alirieprr\ prnrJucts sd leclurulugEs, trcrrllofiulinq cl]€r$y s0rJlces Eti'liiott:rl strlul
. lrnpacl Assassmecit (or Craaliott of a Ptrysical Faciiity
Objecliws of an EiA sludY
Components of EIA studY
.
ConcePt of
ErnrounelrelAlxll
t{eed for{he propose<t Facilf,y, tho ste anrl sr-trrourxlinqs, lhe faciiily, envlronmerrial effecls of
coostructbnof facity.Ervrorrnertaletleclsoloperattonoflhelaciiry*, BtMlerrllurl(ainloticornq
pfoS,al|titler, t elttodiai,llBaEurttu [ot ttepallve ltrlpacl.
Assessmerl methods
ln<lrntrialPbnl hcalion arr! city planoing
Erwtronnr edal Acts and Legish(ior:
Pt6tc Paillclpatbn h tr-sirormer(zl lsgues.
Ecorromic and Soclal Eenefitr of Pollutlon Coatrol
GhStlo moverned
4t
'Bofiapol
- Publlc movemalrts - Slietl! *a!iey issue
NsIma4a 8:rclr:ro /t'ncloian
-
B.Sc. Course
in Environment Wirter lVlanagement
Syllabus
EwN'l P2 Environnrental Biology Practical
(Spread oVer second & third years. University exanrination at tlre end of third year
only)
o:n o (to
'
2'
3.
4,
5.
I
bs handled 6vzoologv Dept')
108{narks
go1
Visual identification ofaquatic communities Planktons- indigtor specinrens
Primary productivity study light and dark bottle method and chlorophyl method
-
Estimqis6 ofB.O.D ofwater
Micro biological analysis of water-plate count method
Ellbct of insecticides on rnicro orgarrisrns
-
,tsl Part B (to bs handled by Botany Dept.)
6' Absogtion of water by plant cells Osnrosis & osrnotic pressure imbibition and inrbibition
- pf€SSUps.
Absorpllsn ofwater by plants Root pressure
Loss of vv61er from plants by transpiration porometer expe iments Darwin, Ganong
and
-
7.
8.
thrnrer potometers
v'isuai observation ot'response of plants to draught anci tloods- wilting
t0. ResPoqse of plants to salinity
9.
rl
Water culture to demonstrate absorption ofminerals
-
water logging
tftugh water
t2. Purilicnllon ofwater through pants like water hyacinth
t3 Estirnqllon ofcrop water reqriirernent Lysinreter
-
-.:
Part C (to be handled by Botany Dept.)
I
Systernatic5 of Selected Medicinal plants.
at'hod a vasica,
Azadi adain
d
i
ca, Fi cu s beng
al e nsi s,
rp4 Desmodium gangeticum, Kaempferia galanga,
offi cinalis, lndigofera ti nctoria, Comrniphora mukul,
AgUli rl0rl1gts5. Sida retusa, santdlunr alburn
lt
Pnrt D (to bb handlecl by ZootogyiDept
)
Virit to wntcr purification and sewage treatrnent plants
Lo
A+
ENVIRON MENI, TOXICOI-OG\1
Defi nition pri nciples oFtoxicologl,
(2 hours.2 rnarks)
physical,
particulate
and gas cover matter ancl solv,errt arrcl
vapours - clremical toxicity- l-lalouerrs, Hi'dro
Cartars, Pesticicles ancl heavy rnetals pl*,siol._qical
1
Modes of action of toxicants
toxicity - irritarK, anest'l.,eti.r. ,.,0r"#.r3rpl,y:*ionts. a,.'d syste,rriTr;;;",.'
1
9b.-
(l5hours, t5 rnarks)
'
Dose effects and dose relationshrp -Dose effect arrd
dose response curves -toxic effects
due to combination of chemicalsV
3
'
-
../
, (5 I-lotrrs, 5 N4ar.ks)
lndustrial hazards. Physical hazarc:;dusr o[riti.u - cemenrs- asb'esros':gtrg-ra4iltioncotton -jute - pesticides - vapours- biological, physiological,
fhtigue boredom- rnonotorry
(5 lrours, 6 rnarks)
4
Reference
,Jl
2.
tia i.
4
5.
6.
I
,
:=.--!-
I.A.K.De. Environmental chemistry.
B,K.Sharma. and H.KaurEnvironmental Chemistry
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P.K.Gupta and D.K Shinke. nrodern Toxicologv.
G,C. Butler: principlesof Eco toxicologv 1973.
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\and and SR Petrocelli Furrdarnenrals of aquatic lbxicologv
-Thr'3.r5
,brrd N'lehra L;nvironmenta l
<:he'nistl,A-i.:rgol ;:lrbirce..ion Dell:i
==-=-.-.:<
-\
EWMP-l Environmcnt Chemistry Practical (spread over seconri and
third year)
l.
f
Analysis of potable Water
pH(2) conductivity (3) Harcln
(5) Sutptrates tr,t r-Io (7)coD
"K(qlchloriTes
(9) Fe (10) Residual chlorine . B
og
ll
Soil Arralysis
(l)
rl
P.
ritNn , r
pH, 3) Estirnation oichlorides 4) Estipaatio[o{-total orqanic
Estimation of Cland Mg 7) Andy$s orn.ury nretals Ni, Zrr,
ii
srng T.L.C.
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Beypor. Estuary
Kuttarrad Lakes and wetland
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Desertilication
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