Started as an offshoot of Civil Engineering, a humble beginning was made in 1987 as Centre for Environmental Science and Technology (CEST) to promote and start a new programme in Environmental Engineering catering to the needs of the developing society. B.E. (Civil and Environmental Engineering) and M.Tech., (Environmental Engineering) with the financial support from CPHEEO, Ministry of Urban Development , Govt. of India, New Delhi were started under the umbrella of CEST. In the year 1993, the Govt. of Karnataka has accorded grant-in-aid status to the department and since then the Department of Environmental Engineering is working as a full-fledged academic and research department.

Both Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes of Environmental Engineering have been accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA) of AICTE, New Delhi.

The Department has started a cross disciplinary Masters programme in Health Science and Water Engineering during 2009. This programme is an outcome of an international collaboration with Govt. of France.

The Department has a blend of senior, highly qualified, dynamic and highly motivated faculty who have national and international exposure and expertise in their chosen areas of interest. The Department is well known in the State as well as in the country for its quality education being offered at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The Alumni of the department have made a niche through their exemplary contributions for the companies they are working for. Most of them have realized their dreams of reaching higher echelons in their chosen career. The Alumni of the department have also established themselves as highly enterprising Entrepreneurs in the country.

ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY

  Specialized equipment name     Application of Equipment
BOD  Analyser    Determination of BOD in various wastewater and other water sources.
Digital Micro-Weigh Balance Measure the chemicals in micro grams.
UV-VIS Spectrophotometer Analysis of parameters at different wavelength.
High Performance Liquid Chromatography Pesticide forensics  – Organic compounds, Phenolic compounds
Inductively Coupled Plasma emission spectrometer Detection of heavy metals  in water samples
Vernier Mini Gas chromatograph Forensic analyses of organic compound and gaseous samples.
Ion Analyzer Analysis of ions in water and wastewater.
Automatic titrator Titration without adding any buffer solution and indicators.
Tintometer Calorimeter To measure the color of water and wastewater.
Distillation unit Distilled water for analysis of different parameters.
Hot air oven Total Solids in  water and wastewater, moisture content in sludge/soil/solid waste

ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS LABORATORY

  Specialized equipment name     Application of Equipment
Turbidity meter Turbidity measurements in water and wastewater
Conductivity meter Measurement of conductivity in surface and ground water, wastewater, etc.
pH meter Determine the pH of water and wastewater
Flame photometer Determination of Na & K
TKN Unit Measurement of TKN in wastewaters
Portable Spectrometer Analysis of absorbance of NO3, PO4, Fe, SO4 etc. at different wavelengths.
Reverse Osmosis Unit Removal of ions, molecules & pollutant from water.
Digital Weigh Balance Measure the quantity of various chemicals
Distillation unit Distilled water for preparation of lab reagents.
Sample preservator To preserve the samples
BOD incubator To maintain favorable temperature for the microbial growth.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESS LAB

  Specialized equipment name     Application of Equipment
Jar test apparatus Optimum Coagulant dosage
COD Digester Oxygen demand in water and wastewater
Muffle furnace Volatile solids and ash, metal recovery
Bacteriological incubator To maintain favorable temperature for the microbes to multiply.
Hot air oven   Total Solids in  water and wastewater, moisture content in sludge/soil/solid waste
Desiccators To reduce the sample temperature to room temperature
Water bath shaker Development of microbial culture, agitation, tertiary treatment.
pH meter Determine the pH of water and wastewater

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN (CAD) LABORATORY

  Specialized equipment name     Application of Equipment
Computers   Excel plots, C Programmes and environmental design and model softwares
Printers To get the Print out of C programmes.
Softwares Water supply distribution, Pumping main, water and wastewater treatment plants design, air, river and subsurface modeling, GIS and image processing, etc.

MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY

Specialized equipment name Application of Equipment
Bacteriological Incubator Incubation of microbiological samples
Microscopes Identifying  microscopic organisms
Autoclave Sterilization of glass wares, media and other accessories
Cooling Centrifuge Solids separation from slurry
Temperature controlled water bath shaker Adsorption studies for tertiary treatment, microbial culture.
Bioreactor/Fermenter Parameter control
Laminar Flow Cabinet Preventing air entrainment into the inoculation cabinet
Membrane Filter Unit Filterability potential
Colony Counter Counting Microbial Colonies
Distillation unit Distilled water required for analysis of different parameters.
Hot air oven Total Solids in  water and wastewater, moisture content in sludge/soil/solid waste

ATMOSPHERIC ENGINEERING LABORATORY

Specialized equipment name Application of Equipment
Lux meter Intensity of light
Noise dosimeter Levels of noise
Gastec pump Air analysis
High volume air samplers with cyclone Analysis of SPM, SOx and NOx
High volume air samplers  RSPM Analysis of PM2.5 and PM10
Gas Air Sampler Sampling of Air.
VOC Analyser To detect VOC in indoor and outdoor air
Peristaltic pump Pumping of water and wastewater for lab scale studies
Microbial  Air Sampler Microbial  sampling of indoor and outdoor air
Vehicle Exhaust Analyser Emission test of vehicles- CO, HC, CO2, & O2
Stack monitoring kit Stack exhaust  gas analyser

RESEARCH FACILITIES

  Name of the laboratory   Specialized equipment name   Application of Equipment
Advanced Biological treatment lab Auto-controlled bio-reactors for monitoring specialized water quality parameters. UASB reactors for treatment of medium and high strength wastewaters. Pesticide transport through 3D sub soil. Treatment of industrial wastewater using aerobic microbiological processes.  
Electro-chemical R & D laboratory for industrial wastewater treatment funded by UGC, NRB, MoEF, TEQIP-I DC Power supply units, Hot air oven, Muffle furnace, Digital balance, ECRs, Magnetic stirrers, DRB 200, Water quality kits, COD Digester, Adsorption columns, filter units, etc Treatment of contaminated waters and industrial wastewaters and electrochemical remediation of contaminated soils and metal recovery
Research laboratory funded by VTU, MoEF & DST. SBR units, electro-chemical units (procurement process in progress), COD digestor, Ion analyzer, UV-VIS spectrophotometer Water & wastewater analysis, Biological treatment, Electro-chemical treatment of contaminated waters & industrial wastewaters.
Advanced instrumentation Lab BOD Analyser Determination of BOD in various wastewater and other water sources.
Digital Micro-Weigh Balance Measure the quantity of various chemicals
UV-VIS Spectrophotometer Analysis of various parameters at different wavelength.
High Performance Liquid Chromatography Pesticide forensics- Organic compounds, Phenolic compounds
Inductively Coupled Plasma emission spectrometer Detection of heavy metals in water samples.
 Venturi  Mini Gas chromatograph Forensic analyses of organic compound and gaseous samples.
Ion Analyzer Analysis of ions in water and wastewater.
Automatic titrator Titration without adding any buffer solution and indicators.
Tintometer Calorimeter Model To measure the color of water and wastewater.
To produce knowledgeable, skilled and committed Environmental Engineers with adequate input from humanities, science, engineering and technology to effectively tackle the challenging Environmental problems of the contemporary world and to be the Centre of Excellence in Environmental Engineering Education, Research and Consultancy
  • • To provide quality education through dynamic and up-dated curriculum, and conducive teaching – learning environment for students to excel in their career
  • • To impart both soft and hard skills through state of the art infrastructural facilities
  • • To create a pool of competent members of the faculty with commitment  to involve in teaching, applied and inter disciplinary research, and consultancy
  • • To establish a fair and transparent mechanism of assessment and evaluation to develop confidence amongst the stake holders.
  • • To build industry – institute symbiosis and to establish good rapport with alumni

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  • PEO1: To produce well informed, efficient and globally acceptable Environmental Engineers with a societal commitment, passion to achieve leadership in their professional career and contribute their services for creating an environmentally sustainable society.
  • PEO2: To use the advanced laboratory facilities to impart practical exposure, inculcate research and innovative culture amongst the young Engineers and prepare them to effectively solve pollutionrelated issues through economically viable and technically feasible eco friendly approaches.
  • PEO3: To establish a healthy and continued relationship with the Alumni, industry and premier organizations forthe overall progressive development of the department in particular, and the Institution in general
Programme Specific Outcome (PSOs)
  • PSO1: Graduates gain the knowledge of understanding and applying principles of environmental science and engineering to address contemporary environmental issues.
  •  PSO2: Graduates conceptualize, analyze, plan, design, and prepare drawing and estimates of  pollution control and treatment processes/systems, apply statistical tools for data analysis, develop, calibrate and validate pollutants’ prediction models.
  • PSO3: Graduates effectively contribute the knowledge of research, technical, practical and managerial skills with professional ethics to achieve sustainable environment for the societal benefit.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

  1. Understand and appreciate the basic concepts of science, mathematics, humanities and engineering
  2. A clear understanding of pollution, sources, pollutants and their impacts on environmental compartments such as water, air, soil and ecosystems
  3. Appreciate symbiotic and synergic relationships in different ecosystems
  4. Know and describe various processes and mechanisms influencing the fate and transport of pollutants in environmental compartments
  5. Gain the knowledge of conceptualizing, designing, estimating and implementing various pollution control processes and mechanisms
  6. Build – up skill of assessing impacts of developmental activities and to suggest an appropriate planningand management protocol
  7. Apply scientific tools for reviewing, developing and validating mathematical, statistical, dynamic and physical models for pollutant dispersion and prediction
  8. Develop problem solving, data interpretation and application skills for environmental pollution control
  9. Have the understanding of computer aided application areas for devising appropriate and optimised solutions for a given environmental problem
  10. Imbibe individual and team work culture, team spirit, research orientation through laboratory and project work
  11. Refine technical report writing skill, communication skill, presentation and managerial skilland professional ethics through curricular and extra – curricular activities
  12. Capacity building for resource conservation, waste minimization, pollution prevention and management considering financial implications.

OBE Administration

SI. No
Faculty Name
Designation
1
Dr. Udayashankara T. H.
         Professor & Head
    Chairman
2
Dr. K.S. Lokesh
Professor Member
3
Dr. M. Mahadevaswamy
Professor Member
4
Dr. S. Mahesh
Professor Member
5
Dr. D. Istalingamurthy
Professor Member
6
Dr. B. Manoj Kumar
Professor Member
7
Dr. Sadashiva Murthy B. M.
Professor Member
8
Dr. B. M. Krishna
       Associate Professor
Member
9
Dr. Pushpa Tuppad
Associate Professor Member
No. Name and Designation Affiliating Institution
1 Dr. Udayashankara T H

Professor & Head & Chairman

JSS S&TU, MYSURU
2 Dr. Shankara Murthy

Associate Professor & External Expert Member

NITIE Powai,

Mumbai- 400 087

3 Dr.  N T Manjunath

Professor & External Expert Member

UBDTCE,

Davanagere

4 Mr. C N Dharmendra

Technical Discipline Leadre & External Expert Member

Arcadis Consultants India Pvt. Ltd. Bengaluru- 560 017
5 D. Jayaram

Chief Engineer & External Expert Member

KUWS & DB

Mysuru

6 Dr. Deviprasad

Professor & External Expert Member

Prof & Chairman,

DoS in Env. Science, UOM, Mysuru

7 Mr. S Gurudutt

Managing Director & External Expert Member

Aqua Treat Systems,

Bengaluru- 560 072

Department Under Graduate Committee Members (2018 – 2019)

No. Name Designation
1 Dr. Istalinga Murthy D Professor
2 Mr. B. P. Shivakumar Assistant Professor
3 Ms. Parinitha T Niranjan Assistant Professor


Department Post Graduate Committee Members (2018 – 2019)

No. Name Designation
1 Dr. B. M. Sadashiva Murthy Professor
2 Dr. B.M. Krishna Associate Professor
3 Mrs. Sahana M. Assistant Professor

Programmes Offered

UG details

PG details

Environmental Engineering

M.Tech (Environmental Engineering)

M.Tech (Health Science & Water Engineering)

Know your Faculty

 

1

Dr. LOKESH K S

Professor & Registrar, JSS STU

2

Dr. MAHADEVA SWAMY M

Professor

3

Dr. MAHESH S

 Professor

4

Dr. ISTALINGAMURTHY D

Professor

5

Dr. MANOJ KUMAR B

Professor

6

Dr. UDAYASHANKARA T H

 Professor & Head

7

Dr. SADASHIVA MURTHY B M

Professor

8

Dr. KRISHNA B M

Associate Professor

9

Dr. PUSHPA TUPPAD

Associate Professor

10

SAVITHA ULAVI

Assistant Professor

11

THANUSHREE M S

Assistant Professor

12

SHIVAKUMAR B P

Assistant Professor

13

SAHANA M

Assistant Professor

14

PARINITHA T.NIRANJAN

Assistant Professor

  No. Name   Designation and Qualification   Contact No.
1 B. Shivanna Foreman, B. Sc.  9591300268
2 K. S. Gurupadaswamy Assistant Instructor, B. Sc. 9611946854
3 Narasimha Mechanic, ITI 9481100255
4 Parameshwarappa Lab Assistant, PUC  7411588348
5 Shivappa Helper  9945752629
6 Nanjaiah Sweeper 8147496112

Curriculum & Timetable

• Department has organized three GIAN programs having 2 credits each. The program benefits the students in their project work, interaction in niche areas through collaborative learning and research areas, interaction with industrial and academic professionals, improves thought process leading to career development.
• Finishing School on Environmental Auditing and Environment, Health & Safety.
• Finishing School on Environmental Impact assessment.
• Invited talk by Dr. D. S. Chandrashekar, Technical consultant, Dr. K. G. Gururaj, Technical Consultant, Mr. Ajith Kumar, Founder Director, Kalpavruksha Amruth Solutions, Mysuru on topic E-water Harmonizer.
• GIAN course on “Solid Waste Management-Feasibility of Technology Transfer” organized by the Department of Environmental Engineering, Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysuru, held from 10-20th Feb, 2017.
• GIAN course on “Spatial Technology and Modeling for Drought Management”, organized by the Department of Environmental Engineering, SJCE, Mysuru from 11th- 22nd July, 2016.
• GIAN course on “Fate and Transport of Contaminants in the Environment”, organized by the Department of Environmental Engineering, SJCE, Mysuru from 13th-to 25th June, 2016.

Sl. No. Particulars Date Type of Event
1 Environmental Auditing and Environment, Health & Safety January-April, 2016 Finishing School
2 Fate and Transport of Contaminants in the Environment 13th to 25th June, 2016 Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN)
3 Spatial Technology and Modelling for Drought Management 11th to 22nd July, 2016 Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN)
4 Hazardous Material Management 25th to 27th October, 2016 3-day Indo-US workshop
5 Solid Waste Management – Feasibility of Technology Transfer 10th – 20th February, 2017 Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN)
6 Disaster Management – by S. Swaminathan 9th October, 2018 Invited Talk

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

Sl. No. Name Rank Year
1 Priyadarshini S. II 2004-05
2 Sowmya Murthy II 2005-06
3 Manasa  P Wodeyar VIII 2006-07
4 Shruthi  M I 2007-08
5 Vijaya M IV 2008-09
6 Umme Hani V 2009-10
7 Avinash Dhar I 2010-11
8 Tanuja M I 2011-12
9 Sadhana K I 2012-13
10 Divya M I 2013-14
11 Shobhan Majumder I 2014-15
12 Deepthi B I 2015-16
13 Shambhavi Araving Kaushik I 2016-17
14 Yamini Bhat I 2017-18

 

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAM – ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Sl. No. Name Year
1 Lokesh H K 2005-06
2 Sabike Noobia 2006-07
3 Ashwini R. 2007-08
4 Manasa P Odeyar 2008-09
5 Shruthi M 2009-10
6 Sankalpasri S S 2010-11
7 Shambhavi R S 2011-12
8 Kavya T 2012-13
9 Manjunath S V 2013-14
10 Deepa Prabhakar Maishale 2014-15
11 Sahana M 2015-16
12 Shobhan Majumder 2016-17
13 Nishchal C 2017-18

 

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAM – HEALTH SCIENCE AND WATER ENGINEERING

Sl. No. Name Year
1 Shashank Bhat 2010-11
2 Varsha K G 2011-12
3 Kavya S 2012-13
4 Rajeshwari R 2013-14
5 Sharadhini R Siddhanti 2014-15
6 Parinitha T Niranjan 2015-16
7 Vidyashree M G 2016-17
8 Yashas S R 2017-18

 

LIST OF Ph.D. AWARDED FROM DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENIGNEERING

Sl. No. Name Year
1 Aruthchelvan 2006
2 Sadahivamurthy B M 2010
3 Shalini Khosle 2017
4 K. P. Jayaramu 2018
5 Asha G 2018

 

 
2016 – 17
  • M Mahadevaswamy was awarded by Lions club of Mysore South as “Mettle in the field of Engineering and Excellent in the profession”, considering outstanding achievement in the field of Engineering on 24th September, 2016.
  • Best paper award for Sadashiva Murthy B.M., Parameshwaramurthy P.M., and Kavya S., “Greywater Reuse: A Sustinable Solution for water crisis in Bengaluru city, Karnataka, India”, Proceedings of the IICBE and IA-E International Conference on Environment, Agricultural and Civil Engineering (ICEACE-2016) pp 88-89, ISBN 978-93-84468-48-4.
  • Dr. T. H. Udayashankara became a life fellow in Institution of Valuers.
2016 – 17
  • Dr. K. S. Lokesh was felicitated by the Alumni Association of Sree Siddaganga College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Tumakuru on 29th January 2017
2018 – 19
  • T. H. Udayashankara became a life fellow in Indian Geotechnical Society.
  • T. H. Udayashankara became a life fellow in Association of consulting Civil Engineer.
  • Dr. S Mahesh became Advisory Board member for a magazine “ENVIRO WORLD” in June 2018 and is contributing articles every month to the magazine.
2016- 17
  • Finishing School on Environmental Auditing and Environment, Health & Safety organized by department of Environmental Engineering, Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysuru, Karnataka, January-April, 2016.
  • Two week course on Fate and Transport of Contaminants in the Environment organised by Department of Environmental Engineering, SJCE Mysuru under Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN), from 13th to 25th June, 2016.
  • Two week course on Spatial Technology and Modeling for Drought Management organised by Department of Environmental Engineering, SJCE Mysuru under Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN), from 11th to 22nd July, 2016.
  • 3-day Indo-US workshop on “Hazardous Material Management”, organized by department of Environmental Engineering, Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysuru, Karnataka, India from 25th to 27th October, 2016.
2017- 18
  • Two week course on Solid Waste Management – Feasibility of Technology Transfer organised by Department of Environmental Engineering, SJCE Mysuru under Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN), from 10th – 20th February, 2017.
2016:
  • Udayanshankara, T. H. (2016). Impact of climate change on rainfall pattern and reservoir level. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies3, 473-493.
  • Madhukar, M., Murthy, S., & Udayashankara, T. H. (2016). Sources of Arsenic in Groundwater and its Health Significance-A Review. Nature Environment & Pollution Technology15(3).
  • Namratha, N., Harshini, P., Hamsalekha, S., Sindhu, M. S., & Udayashankara, T. H. (2016). A review on removal of phosphate and nitrate from kitchen wastewater by constructed wetlands.  J. Mod. Trends Eng. Res3(03), 273-276.
  • Pallavi, C. K., & Udayashankara, T. H. A Review on Microbial fuel Cells Employing Wastewaters as Substrates for Sustainable Energy Recovery and Wastewater Treatment. IOSR Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology (IOSR-JESTFT), 2319-2402.
  • KM, D. S., & Mahadevaswamy, M. Feasibility Study of Vermi-filtration for the Treatment of Dairy Wastewater.
  • Poojashri, R. N., Thanushree, M. S., & Manojkumar, B. (2016). Studies on Nutrient removal using Polyurethane Foam (PUF) in Moving Bed Bio reactor (MBBR).
2017:
  • Shambhavi, R. S., Udayashankara, T. H., & Pallavi, C. K. Bioelectricity Production in a Double Dual Chambered Microbial Fuel Cell through Anaerobic Treatment of Distillery Wastewater.
  • Sahana, M. S., & Manjunath, N. T. (2018). Feasibility Studies on Electricity Generation from Dairy Wastewater using Microbial Fuel Cell.
  • Karuna, M. S., & Upadhyay, O. P. Dinesh Kumar Saxe coefficient and pollution potential studies over Bareilly city. Uttar Key words: Ambient air quality, Assimilative Capacity, Ventilation Coefficient, Pollution Potential, Air Quality Index.
  • Karuna, M. S., Upadhyay, O. P., & Dinesh Kumar Saxena, M. S. Ambient Air Quality Monitoring And Prediction of Air Pollutants Using ISCST3 And CALINE4 Dispersion Models For Vehicular Emissions At Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, India.
  • Prakash, B. M., Majumder, S., Swamy, M. M., & Mahesh, S. (2017). Assimilative Capacity and Air Quality Index Studies of the Atmosphere in Hebbal Industrial Area, Mysuru. International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology6, 20651-20662.
  • Prakash, B. M., Majumder, S., Swamy, M. M., & Mahesh, S. (2017). Prediction of Air Pollutant Dispersion from Point and Line Sources and Validation of ISCST3 and CALINE4 Model Data with Observed Values in the Industrial Area of Mysuru. International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology6, 18333-18350.
  • Priyanka, A. M., & Murthy, S. A Review on Bio-Gas Generation from Anaerobic Digestion of Paper Sludge and Factors Affecting the Bio-Gas Generation.
  • Revathi, H. U., & Murthy, S. Treatment of Domestic Wastewater Using Geotextile as a Filter Media.
  • Kavya, S. BM Sadashiva Murthy. Greywater treatment and reuse: A technological review.
  • Pushpalatha, M., & Krishna, B. M. (2017). Electro-Fenton Process for Wastewater Treatment–A Review. International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology3(1).
  • Yadhushree, B. J., & D’Souza, K. (2017). Qualitative Risk Assessment and HAZOP Study of a Glass Manufacturing Industry.
 2018:
  • Sahana, M., Srikantha, H., Mahesh, S., & Mahadeva Swamy, M. (2018). Coffee processing industrial wastewater treatment using batch electrochemical coagulation with stainless steel and Fe electrodes and their combinations, and recovery and reuse of sludge. Water Science and Technology78(2), 279-289.
  • Srikantha, H., Mahesh, S., & Sahana, M. (2018). CuO Coated Electrochemically Generated Textile Wastewater Sludge and CuO Coated GAC as Potential Nano-Adsorbents for Color Removal from Real Textile Wastewater. Oriental Journal of Chemistry34(4), 2144-2151.
  • Singh, S., Mahesh, S., Sahana, M., & Puneeth, K. M. (2018). Treatment of healthcare facility wastewaters by two dimensional (2D) electrochemical coagulation (ECC), settling and filterability aspects. Journal of water process engineering26, 200-220.
  • Yashas, S. R., Shivakumara, B. P., Udayashankara, T. H., & Krishna, B. M. (2018). Laccase Biosensor: Green Technique for Quantification of Phenols in Wastewater (A Review). Oriental Journal of Chemistry34(2), 631-637.
  • Yashodha, M. C., Kumar, B. M., & Niranjan, P. T. (2018). Performance Evaluation and Treatment Optimization of ETP and STP-Review.
  • Yashodha, M. C., Kumar, B. M., & Niranjan, P. T. (2018). Performance Evaluation and Treatment Optimization of ETP and STP-Review.

Noted Alumni

AKHILESH YADAV was the 20th Chief Minister of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Assuming office on 15 March 2012 at the age of 38, he is the youngest person to have held this office. His first significant success in politics was his election as a member of the Lok Sabha for the constituency of Kannauj in 2000. Akhilesh Yadav was born on 1 July 1973 in Saifai, located in the Etawah District of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. He was born to Mulayam Singh Yadav, later a Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, and Malti Devi. He was schooled at the Dholpur Military School in Rajasthan, then obtained his Bachelors and masters degrees in Civil Environmental Engineering from Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering (SJCE), Mysuru. He also has a masters degree in environmental engineering from the University of Sydney, Australia.

Akhilesh Yadav

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