Environmental Studies by ABR

Environment is derived from the French word Environner, which mean encircle or surrounding. Environment is a complex of many variables, which surrounds man as well as the living organisms. Environmental studies describe the interrelationships among organisms, the environment, and all the factors, which influence life on earth, including atmospheric conditions, food chains, the water cycle, etc. It is a basic science about our earth and its daily activities, and therefore, this science is important for one and all.

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Created By Amitkumar Ranit Last Updated Fri, 25-Jan-2019 English
What Will I Learn?
  • Master core concepts and methods from ecological and physical sciences and their application in environmental problem solving.
  • Appreciate the ethical, cross-cultural, and historical context of environmental issues and the links between human and natural systems.
  • Apply systems concepts and methodologies to analyze and understand interactions between social and environmental processes.
  • Understand core concepts and methods from ecological and physical sciences and their application in environmental problem-solving.
  • aster core concepts and methods from economic, political, and social analysis as they pertain to the design and evaluation of environmental policies and institutions.
  • Articulate a coherent philosophy of the environment, & consider ethical bases for responding to environmental questions
  • Demonstrate proficiency in quantitative methods, qualitative analysis, critical thinking, and written and oral communication needed to conduct high-level work as interdisciplinary scholars and/or practitioners.

Curriculum For This Course
7 Lessons 06:13:34 Hours
Unit I
3 Lessons 02:13:34 Hours
  • The Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies 00:13:34
  • Ecosystems 1
  • Environmental Pollution 1
  • Social Issues and the Environment 1
  • Natural resources :-Renewable and non-renewable resources : 1
  • Biodiversity and its conservation 1
  • Field work 1
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Environment is derived from the French word Environner, which mean encircle or surrounding. Environment is a complex of many variables, which surrounds man as well as the living organisms. Environmental studies describe the interrelationships among organisms, the environment, and all the factors, which influence life on earth, including atmospheric conditions, food chains, the water cycle, etc. It is a basic science about our earth and its daily activities, and therefore, this science is important for one and all.
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A. B. Ranit is a Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at Prof Ram Meghe College of Engineering & Management. His research interests include Water Quality Modeling, Water and Wastewater Treatment, Water Resources System Analysis, GIS and its Applications, and Evolutionary Algorithms.
A. B. Ranit is a Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at Prof Ram Meghe College of Engineering & Management.
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