The Coca-Cola Department of Regional Water Studies was set up in 2014 with the support of The Coca-Cola Foundation to respond to the need for capacity building for tackling water related issues. The objective of the M.Tech and M.Sc program in "Water Science and Governance" which is offered by the Department is to create water professionals who are equipped to examine water issues in an interdisciplinary, trans-boundary and cross-cultural framework. The programmes have been designed keeping in consideration an approach that views water issues holistically and looks at technical, social, economic, legal, traditional and political dimensions linked to water. The unique blend of taught courses, field trips and internships undertaken by the students as part of the program exposes them to real ?time work environment and equips them with practical skills required to hit the ground running.
Call for proposals for USAID funded projects on "Water and Sanitation in Urban Settings"
The Coca-Cola Department of Regional Water Studies, with the support from USAID is working on the Project "Strengthening Water and Sanitation in Urban Settings". As part of this Project the Department takes pride in inviting applications for merit scholarship from youth across the nation who showcase their ingenuity in the field of managing water and sanitation. The proposal should entail identification of various Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) indicators, their inter linkages, scope for scalability, site specific solution/s and its implication on National Urban Policy. Click here for submit proposal