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New Delhi Branch Office

Resident Representative:

Radu Carciumaru, M.A.

Tel: +91 11 41707307
E-mail: carciumaru@sai.uni-heidelberg.de
Office time: Mon - Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM

Address:
German House,
2, Nyaya Marg,
Chanakyapuri, New Delhi,
Delhi 110021, India

NEWS

HCSA/SAI at the IACFS Annual Conference on Comparative Federalism
Posted on 02 May 2017
Workshop on ‘Social Inclusion/Exclusion in South Asia”
Posted on 21 Mar 2017
Talk by Prof. Dr. Juergen Morlok on 19 January 2017
Posted on 19 Jan 2017
New book by Subrata K. Mitra and Dr. Michael Liebig
Posted on 19 Jan 2017

EVENTS

17.11.2016: Annual Conference of the International Association of Centre for Federal Studies
Posted on 18 Jan 2017
26.10.2016: Workshop on Air Pollution and Health
Posted on 18 Jan 2017
25.10.2016: Science Circle Lecture
Posted on 18 Jan 2017
03.-04.10.2016: Indo-German Dialogue on Sustainable Water Resource Management, New Delhi
Posted on 18 Jan 2017
29.09-01.10.2016: DWIH Annual Conference ‘CityScapes’
Posted on 18 Jan 2017
16.09.2016: India-EU Dialogue on Smart Cities: Mobility, Infrastructure and Energy, Bangalore
Posted on 18 Jan 2017
19.8.2016: Smart City: Infrastructure & Mobility, Pune
Posted on 18 Jan 2017
11.08.2016: Smart City: Infrastructure & Mobility, Kochi
Posted on 18 Jan 2017
09.08.2016: Smart City: Infrastructure & Mobility, New Town, Kolkata
Posted on 18 Jan 2017

ARCHIVE

Sustainable Water Resource Management: Perspective from Europe and South Asia

Heidelberg University jointly with Free University Berlin and in partnership with TERI University and Kashmir University organize a two day event on “Sustainable Water Resource Management: Perspective from Europe and South Asia”, which will take place between September 28-29, at the German House for Research and Innovation, DWIH, New Delhi.

The event aims at bringing together top-notch scholars, experts and practitioners from Germany and India, from both public and private sector, covering various aspects of water resource management (e.g., decentralized approaches to water management such as ground water management and regulation; IT-based solutions to water management, public-private partnerships, aquaculture and transboundary water resources cooperation, etc.).

In a working, knowledge transfer oriented environment that bridges science, policy and practice, the participants will present their work, initiatives and ideas, exchange their views and approaches, and jointly seek for commonalities and innovative solutions to secure a sustainable and efficient water resource management. The workshop proceedings will be recorded and its findings will be presented to the public in a panel discussion format, the following day.

Posted on 11 Nov 2015
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