Environmental Engineering

About Department

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.

Message from HOD

Welcome to the Department of Environmental Engineering, which has a blend of senior, 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.

Dr. SADASHIVA MURTHY BM

hodenv@sjce.ac.in

9900504023

Vision

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

Mission

  • 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

  • National reputation. The department of Environmental Engineering offers one of the unique engineering programs nationwide.  The students graduating from B.E., Environmental Engineering program caters to the needs of sustainable environmental management across the nation.
  • Faculty. High retention faculty experienced  in teaching, research and consultancy (Industrial, Green Audit, Testing, etc.). Majority of the faculty are having Ph.D. and remaining faculties pursuing Ph.D. Faculty empowered with domain-specific training programs resulting in a good number of publications. Faculty undergo training through MOOC, SWAYAM, NPTEL and Coursera programs.
  • Higher Education. Post graduate masters degree in Environmental Engineering, Health Sciences and Water Engineering and doctoral program in interdisciplinary setting, M.Sc. Engineering (by Research).
  • Projects involving real world scenarios. Laboratory and design projects teach environmental engineering graduates to solve real problems and implement their ideas. Students often work with industry partners to design technologies and processes to address various environmental issues.
  • Well-rounded education. The curriculum consists of course work in natural sciences, humanities, core environmental engineering and transdisciplinary open electives. This multidisciplinary emphasis is unique in the engineering world. It inculcates graduates the technical as well as the soft skills necessary to compete in today’s job market.
  • Job prospects. Academic institutions and research organizations, CPCB, KSPCB, KUWS&DB, BWSSB, Automotive axles, Dept. of Municipal Administration, EMPRI, JSW, GE, CDD, Honda, Toyota, AT&S,MCF,JKTyres,L&T, AECOM, Asian Paints, ARCADIS and other consulting firms, Infosys, TCS, Accenture, COGNIZANT, MICRON, etc.
  •       Environmental Management 
  •       Advanced water and wastewater systems
  •       Environmental Health and Safety
  •       Environmental Impact Assessment
  •       Environmental Remediation
  •       Emerging Contaminants
  •       Remote Sensing and GIS applications
  •       Waste Management

Short Term

  • Organizing lecture series and workshops

Long Term

  • Diploma in water technology and health sciences
  • M.Tech. course in Environmental Health and Safety
  • Certification program on Waste Management
# Program Educational Objectives:-The Graduates will be able to:
PEO – 1 To impart practical exposure, inculcate innovative thinking and research culture amongst young Engineers and prepare to provide effective solutions to pollution / contamination and Environmental related issues.
PEO – 2 To produce efficient and globally acceptable ‘Environmental Engineers’ with societal commitment and leaders in their professional career and contribute services for environmentally sustainable society.
PEO – 3 To establish continuous and healthy relationships with industry, alumni and premier organizations for the overall development of the department and Institution.

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Program Specific Outcomes :-The Graduates will be able to:
PSO-1 Graduates gain the knowledge of understanding and applying principles of environmental science and engineering to address contemporary environmental issues.
PSO-2 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.
PSO-3 Graduates effectively contribute the knowledge of research, technical, practical and managerial skills with professional ethics to achieve a sustainable environment for the societal benefit.
# Program Outcomes :-The Graduates will be able to:
PO-1 Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO-2 Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences
PO-3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
PO-4 Conduct investigations of complex problems: Using research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.
PO-5 Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO-6 The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.
PO-7 Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
PO-8 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
PO-9 Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.

 

PO-10 Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.
PO-11 Lifelong Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.
PO-12 Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

Programmes Offered

UG details

PG details

Research Programmes

B. E., Environmental Engineering M.Tech.,

      Environmental Engineering

      Health Science and Water Engineering

Ph. D,

Environmental Engineering

M.Sc. Engineering by Research

 

OBE Administration

The department Academic advisory committee comprises HOD, senior faculty, external academicians, members from industry, alumni members and student members. The committee will review the academic quality and suggest improvements in the related areas.

# NAME WITH DESIGNATION NAME WITH DESIGNATION CATEGORY
1 Dr. Sadashiva Murthy, B.M.

Professor & Head

Internal Academician Chairman
2  Dr. B. M. Krishna

Associate  Professor

Internal Academician Convener
3  Dr. Prashanth S.

Professor & Head, Civil Engineering, Government Engineering College, Hassan

External Academician
4  Dr. B M Prakash

Senior Environmental Officer (SEO), Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB), Mysore zone

Industry
5  Dr. Prakash M Kulkarni, President, Bhageerath

Independent, Autonomous, Non-Governement Organization registered at Dharwad

Alumni
6  Dr. D. Istalingamurthy

Professor

Internal Academician Member
7  Dhavala (01JST19EV014) Student

Program Assessment Committee – PAC is constituted to assess the academic process of the program.

The following are the roles of the Program Assessment Committee:

  1. Assist in framing Course Outcomes and mapping COs to POs / PSOs.
  2. Contribute in the Teaching Learning Process of the program.
  3. Suggest additional assessment techniques other than CIE.
  4. Verify the course and program attainment process.
  5. Verify the action plans and their attainment in each course.

Program Assessment Committee:

  1. Dr. Sadashiva Murthy, B.M., Professor & Head
  2.   Dr. S. Mahesh, Professor     
Sl No Category Designation Name of the person
1 Dean Academics, SJCE, JSSSTU, Mysuru. Ex-Officio Member Dr. B Manoj Kumar
2 Principal, Dean Engineering and Technology, SJCE, JSSSTU, Mysuru. Prinicpal Dr. S. B. Kivade
3 Head of the department Chairperson Dr. Sadashiva Murthy B M
4 All Professors of the department Members Dr. S Mahesh
Dr. D Istalingamurthy
5 Two senior Associate Professors of the concerned department by rotation Members Dr. B M Krishna
Dr. Pushpa Tuppad
6 Assistant Professors of the concerned department Members Mr. Shivakumar B P
Mrs. Savitha Ulavi
Mrs. Thanushree M S
Mrs. Sahana M
Mrs. Parinitha T Niranjan
Dr. Vishishtta Nagaraj
Mr. Chandrashekar B
7 Chief Engineer (Retd),

Karnataka Urban Water Supply and Drainage Board   KUWS&DB

External Members Dr. Jayaramu K P
Professor, IIT, Madras Dr. Shivanagendra S M
Joint Director Ministry of Jal Shakti, New Delhi Dr. Sabita Madhvi Singh
Professor, NITK, Surathkal Dr. Lakshman Nandagiri
Chairman,State Expert Appraisal Committee (SEAC), Bangalore
Dr. Sree Harsha

Quality Monitoring and Administration Committee (QMAC):

  1. Dr. Sadashivamurthy B. M
  2. Dr. S. Mahesh

Teaching and Learning Committee (TLC):

  1. Dr. B. M. Krishna
  2. Mrs. Savitha Ulavi

Academic Committee (AC):

  1. Dr. B. Manoj Kumar
  2. Dr. B. M. Krishna

Department Support Activities Committee (DSAC):

  1. Dr. D Istalingamurthy (Professor)
  2. Mrs. Parinitha T Niranjan (Assistant Professor)

Research & Development Committee (RDC):

  1. Dr. Pushpa Tuppad
  2. Mrs. Parinitha T Niranjan (Assistant Professor)

Laboratory Development Committee (LDC):

  1. Dr. Vishishtta Nagaraj
  2. Mr. Chandrashekar. B

Time table committee (TTC):

  1. Mrs. Parinitha T Niranjan (Assistant Professor)
  2. Dr. Vishishtta Nagaraj (Assistant Professor)

ERP committee:

  1. Mrs. Parinitha T Niranjan (Assistant Professor)
  2. Mr. Chandrashekar. B (Assistant Professor)

Department Under Graduate Committee (DUGC):

  1. Dr. Sadashiva Murthy B M (Professor and Head of the department)
  2. Dr. B M Krishna (Associate Professor)
  3. Mrs. Thanushree M. S (Assistant Professor)
  4. Dr. Vishishtta Nagaraj (Assistant Professor)
  5. Dhavala (Student representative)

Department Post Graduate Committee (DPGC)

  1. Dr. Sadashiva Murthy B M (Professor and Head of the department)
  2. Dr. D. Istalingamurthy (Professor)
  3. Mr. B. P. Shivakumar (Assistant Professor)
  4.  Mr. Shivaprasad K S (Assistant Professor)

Department Information Coordinator

  1. Sahana M (Assistant Professor)

Class Admins

  1. 2nd Year UG – Mr. Chandrashekar. B (Assistant Professor)
  2. 3rd Year UG – Dr. Vishishtta Nagaraj (Assistant Professor)
  3. 4th Year UG – Mrs. Sahana M (Assistant Professor)
  4. 2nd Year PG – ENV – Mrs. Savitha Ulavi (Assistant Professor)
  5. 2nd Year PG – HSWE – Mrs. Thanushree M. S (Assistant Professor)

4th Semester, BE., ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Sl. No. USN Student Name Faculty Advisor
1 01JST19EV023 MEGHANA KASHYAP Mr. B. P. Shivakumar
2 01JST20EV001 A RACHANA RAJ
3 01JST20EV002 AKASH B S
4 01JST20EV003 AKASH H J
5 01JST20EV004 ASHWATH K H
6 01JST20EV005 BHAGYASHREE
7 01JST20EV006 CHAITHRA M
8 01JST20EV007 CHANDANA H KUMBAR
9 01JST20EV008 CHANDRAPALAKA DINESH SAHAAY
10 01JST20EV009 CHETHANA C S
11 01JST20EV010 CHITRA S Dr. Pushpa Tuppad
12 01JST20EV011 DEEKSHA R
13 01JST20EV012 DEEPAK M
14 01JST20EV013 DINESH KUMAR B
15 01JST20EV014 H K CHANDRIKA
16 01JST20EV015 HARIHARAN N
17 01JST20EV016 HARSHAVARDHANA REDDY V R
18 01JST20EV017 HARSHITHA G
19 01JST20EV018 HARSHITHA R
20 01JST20EV019 KEERTHI R GOWDA
21 01JST20EV021 KIRAN M TIPPAVVANAVAR Mrs. Sahana M
22 01JST20EV022 KIRANAKUMAR
23 01JST20EV023 LEKHANA M B
24 01JST20EV024 LOCHANA N M
25 01JST20EV025 MADHU K S
26 01JST20EV026 MAHADEVA SWAMY T M
27 01JST20EV027 MANYATHA G S
28 01JST20EV028 MOHAMMED RAQIM RABBANI
29 01JST20EV029 MONNAPPA K U
30 01JST20EV030 NITHYASHREE N C
31 01JST20EV031 NIYATA SADANANDA BHAT Mrs. Parinitha T Niranjan
32 01JST20EV032 PAVAN
33 01JST20EV033 PRATHVI S KUNDAR
34 01JST20EV034 PREETHAM L R
35 01JST20EV035 PREETHU S
36 01JST20EV036 SINCHANA S GOWDA
37 01JST20EV037 SONUCHANDRASHEKAR
38 01JST20EV038 SUSHMITHA  M
39 01JST20EV039 SUSHMITHA C
40 01JST20EV040 SYEDA MEHEK
41 01JST20EV041 TARUN IYER  K  R Mr. Shivaprasad K S
42 01JST20EV042 V SPURTHI
43 01JST20EV044 VEDALAXMI
44 01JST20EV045 VISHAL BELDAR
45 01JST20EV046 VIVEK NAIK
46 1JCE21EV400 CHANDAN J
47 01JCE21EV401 CHETHAN S
48  01JCE21EV402 RAJENDRA PRASAD D R
49 01JCE21EV403 RAJSHEKHAR MALIPATIL
50 01JCE21EV404 SNEHA CHANDRASHEKAR NAYAK

  6th Semester, BE., ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Sl. No. USN Student Name  

Faculty Advisor

1 01JST19EV001 A  MARYSMITHA Dr. S. Mahesh
2 01JST19EV002 AKSHATA   MADIWALAR
3 01JST19EV003 ANANYA D
4 01JST19EV004 ANANYA S S
5 01JST19EV005 ANJALI H M
6 01JST19EV006 ANJALI K
7 01JST19EV007 ARPITA ARAVINDRAO YADWAD
8 01JST19EV008 BHOOMIKA NAGARAJ Dr. B. M. Krishna
9 01JST19EV009 BHOOMIKA T K
10 01JST19EV011 CHINNMAAY S
11 01JST19EV012 DEEPU K V
12 01JST19EV013 DHANYAA A
13 01JST19EV014 DHAVALA
14 01JST19EV015 H K SONIKA
15 01JST19EV016 HAMSA Dr. D. Istalingamurthy
16 01JST19EV017 HARSHAVARDHANA R
17 01JST19EV018 HARSHITHA M
18 01JST19EV019 INDRA KUMAR M V
19 01JST19EV020 KIRTI B MADIKESHIRUR
20 01JST19EV021 LENITA INFANCIA
21 01JST19EV022 MAHITHA M S
22 01JST19EV024 MITHUN KHOLA U Mrs. Savitha Ulavi
23 01JST19EV025 MOHAN KUMAR P
24 01JST19EV026 MONISHA  A
25 01JST19EV027 NANDINI HIREMATH
26 01JST19EV028 NISHCHITHA  K N
27 01JST19EV029 PAVAN S NATIKAR
28 01JST19EV030 POOJA M
29 01JST19EV031 PRADEEKSHA K R Mrs. Thanushree M. S
30 01JST19EV032 PREETI JOSHI
31 01JST19EV033 RADHA CHANNAPPA BAJANTRI
32 01JST19EV035 RASHMI M
33 01JST19EV036 ROHAN J R
34 01JST19EV037 SADAF  ANWARI
35 01JST19EV038 SAMHITHA D
36 01JST19EV039 SANJANA  B Mrs. Sahana M
37 01JST19EV040 SANJAY K N
38 01JST19EV041 SANTHOSH B
39 01JST19EV042 SARA SACHIN AYACHIT
40 01JST19EV043 SHAMITHA D
41 01JST19EV044 SINDHU D R
42 01JST19EV045 SURAJ S
43 01JST19EV046 TEJASHWINI R S Dr. Vishishtta Nagaraj
44 01JST19EV047 VARSHINI M B
45 01JST20EV400 ANJALI P V
46 01JST20EV401 KARTHIK C
47 01JST20EV402 KARTHIK GOWDA P
48  01JST20EV403 MITHUN  H K
49 01JST20EV404 NIKHIL S PRASAD
50 01JST20EV405 PRAMOD R S Mr. Chandrashekar. B
51 01JST20EV406 PREETHAM R
52 01JST20EV407 SAI CHIRAG M N
53 01JST20EV408 SANJANA J
54 01JST20EV409 UDAYAKUMAR P
55 01JST20EV410 ULLAS R K

12. INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITY

Details of Lab facilities

Name of the Laboratory Name of the Important Equipment
Environmental Process Lab Jar test

Apparatus (1 No.)

COD Digester (5Nos.)

Muffle furnace

(1 No.)

Hot air oven

(1 No.)

Desiccators (3Nos.)

Remi-duty stirrer with 0.5 HP motor

Remi-medium duty stirrer with 1/8 HP motor

169 Motor Operated Seive Shaker with 13 Nos. Test Seives

Current Meter           

Upright Deep Freezer

Cooled Gradient

Palm Cycler (PCR)

Rotary Flash Evaporator

Stirrer Light duty

Air Compressor                      

Icematic Flakers Machine

Model –F – 80c

DC Power Supply Unit

pH meter (1)

Environmental Analysis lab Turbidity meter (1 No.)

BOD Incubators (2)

Conductivity meter (3 Nos.)

pH meter (1 No.)

Flame photometer (1 No.)

TKN Unit (1 No.)

DO Meter with BOD probe

VIS- Portable Spectrometer (1 No.)

Reverse Osmosis Unit (1 No.)

Digital Weigh Balance (4 Nos.)

Distillation unit (1 No.)

Sample preservator (1 No.)

Advanced instrumentation Lab UV-VIS

Spectrophotometer (1 No.)

High Performance Liquid Chromatograph (1 No.)

Inductively Coupled Plasma emission spectrometer (1 No.)

Vernier        Mini Gas chromatograph (1 No.)

Automatic titrator (1 No.)

Tintometer Calorimeter

Model F (1 No.)

Gas Chromatograph

Gas purification control panel

CADA Lab Computers (25 Nos.)

Printers (1 No.)

Softwares

Atmospheric Engineering lab Lux meter (2 Nos.)

Noise dosimeter (1 No.)

High volume air samplers (3 Nos.)

Particulate matter PM2.5, PM10 (1No.)

Air samplers RSPM (1 No.)

Gaseous Sampler Indoor (1 No.)

Temperature controlled water bath shaker (1 No.)

Microbalance

Gastec Air pump

Cyclone Separator        

Rotary Shaker

Stirrer heavy duty

Sound level meter

High volume Air Sampler

Stack  monitoring kit

Lux meter EQ1308

VOC Analyzer (1 No.)

Microbial Air Sampler (1 No.)

Vehicle Exhaust Analyzer 1 No.)

Hot hair oven (1 No.)

Hot water bath Shaker (1 No.)

COD digester (1 No.)

Microbiology Lab Bacteriological Incubator (3 Nos.)

Binocular Microscopes (2 Nos.)

Stereo Binocular Microscope (1 No.)

Autoclave (2 Nos.)

Ordinary Centrifuge (1 No.)

Cooling Centrifuge (1 No.)

Bioreactor/Fermenter (1 No.)

Laminar Flow Cabinet (2 Nos.)

Membrane Filter Unit (1 No.)

Colony Counter (2 Nos.)

MonoquartzDistillation unit (1 No.)

Peristaltic pump (2 Nos.)

Magnetic Filter Funnel

pH Meter (Digital)

COD Plus Calorimeter

COD digester (2 Nos.)

Vertical Auto Clave

Membrane Filtration  Unit

Peristaltic Pump

Programmable Pump

Vacuum Pump

Bioreactor (5lts capacity)

Cooling Centrifuge

Laminar Air Flow Cabinet (2 Nos.)

Electro- chemical R & D laboratory

For industrial wastewater treatment funded by

UGC, NRB, MoEF, TEQIP

DC Power supply units

Hot air oven

 Muffle furnace

Digital balance

DRB 200 – COD digester

Water quality probes

Magnetic stirrers

Research laboratory funded by VTU, MoEF & DST. Ion Analyzer

COD digester

Gas chromatograph

pH/ORP Meter

DR/5000 Spectrophotometer

Mag. Stirrer with Hot Plate (2lts capacity)

DC Power Supply Unit

DO Meter with LDO Probe

 Field Turbidity Meter

Conductivity Meter

Advanced instrumentation Lab BOD Analyser

UV-VIS

Spectrophotometer

High Performance Liquid Chromatography

Inductively Coupled Plasma emission spectrometer

Vernier Mini Gas chromatograph

Automatic titrator

Tintometer Colorimeter Model

Faculty Name Qualification

(Specialization)

Design. Exp.

Yrs

DOJ Nature of Association Profile Email-Id

(JSS STU)

1 Dr. Sadashiva Murthy B. M. Ph. D. (Civil Engineering) Professor and Head 30 31st July 1992 Regular Web Link Will Updated bmsada@jssstuniv.in
2 Dr. S. Mahesh Ph. D. (EnvironmentalEngineering) Professor 30 19th April 1992 Regular Web Link Will Updated maheshs@jssstuniv.in
3 Dr. B. M. Krishna Ph. D. Associate Professor 22 10th April 2000 Regular Web Link Will Updated bmkrishna_71@jssstuniv.in
4 Dr. D. Istalingamurthy Ph. D. (EnvironmentalEngineering) Professor 30 1st August 1992 Regular Web Link Will Updated dilmurthy25@jssstuniv.in
5 Dr. B. Manoj Kumar Ph. D. Professor 30 3rd August 1992 Regular Web Link Will Updated bmanoj@jssstuniv.in
6 Mr. B. P. Shivakumar Ph. D. Assistant Professor 7 7th September 2015 Regular Web Link Will Updated shivakumar.env@jssstuniv.in
7 Dr. Pushpa Tuppad Ph. D. (Biological and Agricultural Engineering) Associate Professor 11 05th September 2011 Regular Web Link Will Updated ptuppad@jssstuniv.in
8 Mrs. Savitha Ulavi M.Tech., Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor 11 15th September 2011 Regular Web Link Will Updated savitha_ulavi@jssstuniv.in
9 Mrs. Thanushree M. S M.Tech., Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor 10 16th August 2012 Regular Web Link Will Updated thanushree@jssstuniv.in
10 Mrs. Sahana M M.Tech., Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor 05 04 October, 2016 Regular Web Link Will Updated sahanam@jssstuniv.in
11 Mrs. Parinitha T Niranjan M.Tech., Health Science and Water Engineering Assistant Professor 05 4th October 2016 Regular Web Link Will Updated parinitha@jssstuniv.in
12 Dr. Vishishtta Nagaraj Ph. D. (EnvironmentalEngineering) Assistant Professor 3 3rd September 2019 Regular Web Link Will Updated vishunagraj@sjce.ac.in
13 Mr. Chandrashekar. B M.Tech., Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor 3 16th September 2019 Regular Web Link Will Updated csb@jssstuniv.in
14 Mr. Shivaprasad K S M.Tech., Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor 23 February 2022 Contractual Web Link Will Updated prasadks@jssstuniv.in
# Name Qualification Designation Exp.Yrs Email-ID
1 K. S. Gurupadaswamy B. Sc. Assistant Instructor

 

31 gurupadaswamyks@gmail.com
2 Narasimha ITI Instructor 13 narasimhaenv@gmail.com
3 Hemalatha Prabhuswamy B.E., Environmental Engineering Instructor 1 hemaprabhu1806@gmail.com
4 Meenakshi D. V. Diploma in Civil Instructor 3.5 meenadv1028@gmail.com
5 Manjesh Diploma in Civil Instructor kiranmanjesh1821@gmail.com
6 Vinod Raj. R. B.E. Instructor rajvinod577@gmail.com
# Name Qualification Designation Exp.Yrs Email-ID
1 Parameshwarappa M PUC Helper 31 parameshwarappa616@gmail.com
2 Shivappa S SSLC Helper 29 shivappa322@gmail.com
3 Nanjaiah Helper 35 nanjaiah618@gmail.com
4 Nagamallappa ITI Helper nagamallappa18@gmail.com

Curriculum & Timetable

3 to 8 semester Scheme

3rd and 4th-sem-Syllabus

5th and 6th-sem-Syllabus

7th and 8th-sem-Syllabus

PG ENV Scheme

PG ENV syllabus

PG HS & WE Scheme

PG HS & WE Syllabus

Academic Year 2020-21 

 

Sl.No Name of the FDP/Conference/Workshop Organized Date 
1 Workshop on Hazardous material management and safety in industries 14.02.2020

to

15.02.2020

2 Water conclave – for a better future 15.03.2021

To

16.03.2021

3 Environmental Management in local bodies and corporation 30.01.2021

NIRMAN

Started in 2022 in association with department of Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering & Construction and Technology Management. Club is active in organizing programmes which helps students to gain knowledge through various experts technical talks, industrial visits.

Department level Club Coordinators:

Environmental Engineering: Mrs. Parinitha T Niranjan

Civil Engineering: Mr. Darshan M

Construction and Technology Management: Mr. M. S. Sunil Kumar

RESEARCH INITIATIVES

# Research Guide Area of Specialization
1. Dr. Sadashivamurthy B. M

Professor and Head

·   Waste Management

·   Pollutant Transport

·   Ground Water Modeling

·   Rural and Urban  Water Quality Monitoring

2. Dr. B. Manoj Kumar

Professor

·   Advanced water and wastewater treatment

·   Mathematical modeling of river water quality

3. Dr. S. Mahesh

Professor

·   Electrochemical treatment of contaminated waters and wastewaters

·   Microplastics – problems and solutions

·   Life cycle engineering of solid waste related aspects

·   Hybrid wastewater treatment

4. Dr. B. M. Krishna

Associate Professor

·   Water and wastewater treatment

·   Advanced electrochemical treatment of industrial wastewater

·   Modelling

5. Dr. D. Istalingamurthy

Professor

·   Eco-sanitation

·   Water treatment and supply (Rural and Urban)

·   Environmental Impact Assessment

6. Dr. Pushpa Tuppad

Associate Professor

·   Remote sensing and GIS applications

·   Water resource Engineering

6. Dr. Pushpa Tuppad

Associate Professor

·   Remote sensing and GIS applications

·   Water resource Engineering

7. Dr. Vishishtta Nagaraj

Assistant Professor

  • Advanced wastewater treatment
  • Adsorption – bio sorbents
  • Groundwater treatment
  • Plastic waste management

The department has signed MoU’s with the following organizations

  1. Australia India Water Center
Revenue generated from consultancy
Name of the teacher consultant Name of consultancy project Consulting/Sponsoring agency with contact details Year Revenue generated (INR in Lakhs)
Dr. B. Manoj Kumar Kali         River Water Quality Study The West Coast Paper Mills Ltd., Dandeli 2018 -2019

 

3.96
Head of the Department Laboratory services Various (Private & Government) 2018 -2019

 

0.53
Head of the Department Laboratory services Various (Private & Government) 2019 – 2020 0.53
Dr. B. Manoj Kumar

Dr. Pushpa Tuppad

 

Environmental Quality analysis and air modelling Chenguang Natural Extracts India Pvt. Ltd. 2020 – 2021 5.428
Dr. B. Manoj Kumar

Dr. Pushpa Tuppad

Mr. Shivakumar B. P.

Green Audit Dayananda sagar Academy of Technology and Management, Bengaluru 2020 – 2021 0.295
Dr. B. Manoj Kumar

Dr. Pushpa Tuppad

Mrs. Parinitha T. Niranjan

Green Audit Basudev Somani College, Mysuru 2020 – 2021 0.059
Dr. B. Manoj Kumar

Dr. Pushpa Tuppad

Mr. Chandrashekar B.

Green Audit MMK SDM MMV, Mysuru 2020 – 2021 0.059
Dr. B. Manoj Kumar

Dr. D. Istalingamurthy

Mr. Shivakumar B. P.

Green Audit JSS Women’s College, Kollegal 2020 – 2021 0.116
Dr. B. Manoj Kumar

Mr. Shivakumar B. P.

Green Audit JSS Academy of Technical Education, Bengaluru 2020 – 2021 0.05
Dr. B. Manoj Kumar

Dr. Pushpa Tuppad

Mr. Chandrashekar B.

Green Audit JSS College of Arts, commerce & Science, Nanjangud 2020 – 2021 0.15
Dr. B. Manoj Kumar

Dr. Pushpa Tuppad

Mr. Chandrashekar B.

ETP Audit West Coast Paper Mills Ltd., Dandeli 2020 – 2021 7.39565
Head of the Department Laboratory services Various (Private & Government) 2020 – 2021 0.49
Dr. B. Manoj Kumar

Dr. Pushpa Tuppad

Mrs. Sahana M

Mrs. Thanushree M S

Dr. Vishishtta Nagaraj

Green Audit JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Ooty Road 2021 – 2022 0.05
Dr. B. Manoj Kumar

Dr. D. Istalingamurthy

Mr. Shivakumar B. P.

Environmental Audit JSS Women’s College, Kollegal 2021 – 2022 0.15
Dr. B. Manoj Kumar

Mr. Shivaprasad K. S.

 

Environmental Audit JSS ATE, Bengaluru 2021 – 2022 0.2
Dr. B. Manoj Kumar

Dr. Pushpa Tuppad

Mrs. Savitha Ulavi

 

Environmental Quality analysis and air modelling Chenguang Natural Extracts India Pvt. Ltd. 2021 – 2022 5.428
Dr. B.Manoj Kumar, B.P. Shivakumar and Mrs. Savitha U. Ulavi M/S. Autoliv India Pvt. Ltd

Soil Due-diligence Report

M/S. Autoliv India Pvt. Ltd Mysuru April 2022- Aug 2022 1.45 + GST
Dr. Pushpa Tuppad, Mrs. Savitha U. Ulavi, Mrs. Sahana M. Green Audit JSS Law College, Mysuru. July 2022 0.05
Particulars / Batch 2018 – 2022 2017-21 2016-20
No of students 44 55 55
No of students placed 16 15 11
Higher studies 3 5 7
# EVENT NAME RESOURCE PERSON DATE
1 Webinar on Environmental legislation and amendments in India Dr. B. M. Prakash, KSPCB 22.07.2020
2 Multivariate data analysis using SPSS Vijay More

Associate Manager, Data Analytics Team, Accenture Pvt. Ltd.

01.08.2020
3 Quality and EHS in industries Mr. Chandrashekar Koganti, Director, Quality and EHS, Chemical manufacturing company, USA 13.08.2020
4 An overview on Indian Environmental Regulatory framework in present context Dr. Deepesh V

Scientist C,

Central Pollution Control

Board,

Bengaluru

04.08.2020
5 Water quality monitoring preservation and analytical techniques Dr. B S Anupama

Scientist C,

Central Pollution

Control Board,

Bengaluru

05.08.2020
6 Source emission monitoring techniques Mr. Karthikeyan

Scientist C,

Central Pollution

Control Board,

Bengaluru

05.08.2020
7 Online continuous effluent and emission monitoring system:  Regulatory perspective Mrs. Anjana Kumari

Scientist D,

Central Pollution Control

Board,

Bengaluru

06.08.2020
8 E-waste management and handling rules 2016 Mrs. Poornima B M

Scientist D, Central Pollution Control, Board, Bengaluru

06.08.2020
9 Implication of Laws in Environmental Engineering Dr. Sairam Bhat

Professor of Law

Coordinator for Centre for Environmental Law Education,

National Law School of India University, Bangalore

19.08.2020
10 RIVER REJUVENATION IMPORTANCE AND ISSUES IN CONTEXT OF PRESENT SCENARIO & CRISIS Dr. Sabita Madhvi Singh

Joint Director,

National River Conservation Directorate,

Department of Water Resources, RD & GR,

Ministry of Jal Shakti, New Delhi

24.08.2020
11 Environment v/s economic development Dr. Ravi,

Environmental Officer,

Karnataka State Pollution Control Board,

Bengaluru

25.08.2020
12 Recovery of by-products/ untapped resources and Issues &

challenges in Sludge Management of Sewage Treatment Plants

Sri M. N. Thippeswamy (Retd.) Chief Engineer (super time) Bangalore Water Supply & Sewerage Board, Bangaluru and

Mr. R. S. Arun Kumar Pollution Research Group, University of Kwazulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa

15.09.2020
13 Seminar on roles and responsibilities of Environmental Engineering Vishnu Sharma Dec 31 2021
14 Symposium on Environmental Engineers – Opportunities, Roles and Responsibilities for a Sustainable Environment 16th June 2022
15 interaction program followed after a presentation on waste management solutions Mr. Ranjan Bellarpady, Director, Mangala Resource Management Pvt. Ltd., Mangalore 18th June 2022
16 As part of World Environmental Day 2022, a campaign at 10.30am-11.00am, starting from Admin block entrance which was followed by sapling plantation near Environmental and Civil Engineering Blocks. Department  of Environmental Engineering with Project Reach out and Balaga 06.06.2022
17 Hinkal Lake Cleaning Campaign  being organized as part of World Environmental Day-2022.

 

Jointly organized by :

1) Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB), Mysuru,

2) Municipal Office, Hootagalli, Mysuru,

3) Department of Environmental Engineering, Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, JSS S& TU, Mysuru, &

4) Madilu Education and Rural development Organization, Mysuru

02nd July, 2022
18 As part of the Lecture Series- Diamond jubilee celebration year 2022-2023 , the first lecture series was held on the topic Cell Immobilization. Dr. M Mahadevaswamy, Former Head and Professor, Department of Environmental Engineering 4th July 2022
19 In continuation of Lecture Series- Diamond jubilee celebration year 2022-2023, lecture on Career Opportunities and professional profile building Mr. Indresh, Alumni and Senior Engineer – Hydraulic Modelling. Mott MacDonald, Bengaluru. 16th July 2022

Faculty members and research scholars undertake research work along with their regular teaching workload. They have published around “In_Numbers”+ Articles in Journals / Conferences. Some of the quality publications are listed here.

 Papers published in last Five years:

International Journals International Conferences
66 14

Publication Details 

●  Journal Publication 2021 – 2022

Sl No. Publication
1 Maheshwarkar, P., Ralhan, A., Sunder Raman, R., Tibrewal, K., Venkataraman, C., Dhandapani, A., Sadashiva Murthy, B.M., et al. (2022), Understanding the Influence of Meteorology and Emission Sources on PM2.5 Mass Concentrations Across India: First Results From the COALESCE Network, Journal of Geophysical Research:Atmospheres, https://doi. org/10.1029/2021JD035663
2 Shivaprasad K. S., Mahesh S. Electrochemical treatment of two health-care wastewaters – A comparative study, 2022, J. Separation Science and Technology, Taylor and Francis, https://doi.org/10.1080/01496395.2022.2041035
3 Mahesh S., Shivaprasad K. S. and Sanjana M. Ayurvedic Hospital wastewater degradation using electrochemical treatment, 2022, J. Water Science and Technology, IWA. https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2022.079
4 Renukumar K S, Pushpa Tuppad, Anjaneyappa, 2021, Enhancing Non-Revenue Water Reduction by Incorporating Service Level Benchmarks and Best Practices, Journal of Indian Water Works Association.
5 SEAWEED A SUSTAINABLE SOURCE FOR BIOPLASTIC: A REVIEW, 2021, Shravya  S C, Vybhava Lakshmi N, Pooja P, Kishore Kumar C M, Sadashiva Murthy B M International Research Journal of Modernization in Engineering, Technology and Science, e-ISSN: 2582-5208
6 Deepthi B P, Pushpa Tuppad and K S Lokesh. 2021, Estimation of Hydrologic Simulation in Upstream of KRS Reservoir using SWAT Model, International Conference on Contemporary and Sustainable Infrastructure

 

●  Journal Publication 2020 – 2021

Sl No. Publication
1 R.Leela, Najamussahar H Mulla, B.M Krishna,B. Manoj Kumar, B. P Shivakumar., 2021, “Application of automated QUAL2Kw for water quality modeling in the Kabini river, Mysuru”  International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology.
2 Chaitanya B. S. and Shivakumar B. P., 2021, “Identification of groundwater potential zone using Remote sensing and GIS techniques for Mandya Taluk” World Journal of Engineering and Technology.
3 Bharath M., Krishna B M., and B Manoj Kumar., (2020), Degradation and Biodegradability improvement of the Landfill Leachate using Electrocoagulation with Iron and Aluminum Electrodes – A comparative study”, Water Practice and Technology, 15/2, 540-549
4 Hanumanthappa Srikantha, Mahesh Shivaswamy and Sahana Mahesh. Batch electrochemical coagulation of real textile wastewater using Cu-SS and SS-Cu electrode combinations and its settleability aspects, Journal of Water Science and Technology, 82, 1467 – 1483
5 Bharath M., Krishna B M., and B Manoj Kumar., (2020), Degradation and Biodegradability improvement of the Landfill Leachate using Electrocoagulation with Iron and Aluminum Electrodes – A comparative study”, Water Practice and Technology, 15/2, 540-549
6 “Electrocoagulation Treatment for Removal of Color and Chemical Oxygen Demand in Landfill Leachate using Aluminum Electrode”, International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8, 89-92
7 Treatment of Textile Wastewater by Electro-Fenton Process Using Iron and Graphite Electrode, International Journal of Innovative Research in Technology, Volume 7 , Issue 8
8 Production of Biodiesel from Waste Cooking oil and Utilization of its By-Product.

International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Volume: 07 Issue: 09, Sep 2020., 1268-1276

 

 

●      Journal Publication 2018 – 2019

Sl No. Publication
1 Bharath M, Krishna B M and Manoj Kumar B, “A Review of Electrocoagulation Process for Wastewater Treatment”, International Journal of ChemTech Research, Vol.11, No.03, 289-302
2 Thanushree S., Lokesh K. S., B. Manoj Kumar, Jayaramu K, (2018), “Assessment of Non-Revenue Water (NRW) in Mysore City – A means to accomplish 24×7 Water Supply”, Journal of Indian Water Works Association

Vol. 1, No. 2, 108-113

3 Vishishtta Nagaraj and B. Manoj Kumar., (2018), ‘Removal of fluoride from synthetic water using chitosan as an adsorbent’,Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology, Vol. 12, 43-48
4 Vishishtta Nagaraj and B. Manoj Kumar., (2018), ‘Removal of nitrate and hardness from synthetic water using chitosan as an adsorbent’, International Journal of Engineering Science Technology And Research, Vol. 5, 2394-3386
5 Sahana,M.,Srikantha, H., Mahesh, S.MahadevaSwamy,M. “Coffee Processing Industrial Wastewater Treatment Using Batch Electrochemical Coagulation with Stainless Steel and Fe Electrodes and their Combinations, and Recovery and Reuse of Sludge”, J. Water Science Technology, IWA Publishing, 78, 279- 289
6 Hemalatha H N, Mahesh S,Nanjundaswamy, Sahana M. Electrochemical degradation of a real silk textile wastewater using iron electrodes., IOSR J. of Applied Chemistry., 11(6-1), 93 – 100
7 Shruthi M, Mahesh S, Sahana M,Srikantha H. Electrochemical coagulation treatment in simultaneous arsenite and fluoride removal from drinking water., Int. J. of Innovative research in Science, Engineering and Technology, 7(8), 9185 – 9193
8 Singh S, Mahesh S, Sahana M, Puneeth K M. Treatment of healthcare facility wastewaters by two dimensional (2D) electrochemical coagulation), settling and filterability aspects., J. of Water Process Engineering., 26, 200 – 220
9 Srikantha H, Mahesh S, Sahana M. CuO coated electrochemically generated textile wastewater sludge and CuO coated GAC as potential nono-adsorbents for color removal from real textile wastewater, Oriental J. of Chemistry, 34(4), 2144 – 2151
10 Yashas S.R., Shivakumar B.P., Udayashankara T.H., and Krishna B.M.,2018. “Laccase Biosensor: Green Technique for Quantification of Phenols in Wastewater (A Review), Oriental Journal of Chemistry
11 Neshma C M and Krishna B M.”Review on treatment of industrial wastewater by electrochemical coagulation (ECC)”, International Journal of advance Research, Ideas And Innovations in Technology (IJARIIT), 4(4), pp968-979
12 Sadashiva Murthy B.M., Parameshwaramurthy P.M., and Krupa Kadekoppa., (Sep 2018) “Design and development of grey water reuse system ”, International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology, 4 (5), pp266-272
  •  Journal Publication 2019 – 2020
Sl No. Publication
1 Savitha Ulavi and S.M Shiva Nagendra (2019) ‘ Regression Modelling for Predicting Visibility in a Tropical Urban Environment’ WIT Transactions on Ecology and Environment, Vol 236, pp 149-157, doi:10.2495/AIR190151.
2 Najamussahar H Mulla, J Mohammed Nayaz Baig, B. M. Krishna, B. Manoj Kumar, Mudassira Tahneet B. Lahori (2019), “Estimation of Rate Constants for Nutrient Transformations”, International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8/3, 2437-2441
3 Singh S, Mahesh S, Sahana M. Three-dimensional batch electrochemical coagulation (ECC of healthcare facility wastewater-clean water reclamation.

Springer journals: Environmental Science and Pollution Research

26(13), 12813-12827

4 Hemalatha H N, Mahesh S, NanjundaSwamy S,Sahana M.Hybrid dual treatment of Real Textile Wastewater using electrochemical treatment (ECT) and membrane bioreactor (MBR). Desalination and Water Treatment.140, 50 – 57
5 Shruthi M, Mahesh S, Sahana M, Srikantha H. Simultaneous removal of arsenite and fluoride from ground water using batch electrochemical coagulation process – Role of aluminium with iron electrodes. Oriental Journal of Chemistry, 35, 1 – 12
6 Srikantha H, Mahesh S, Sahana M.Optimization of batch electrochemical coagulation for treatment of real textile wastewater using stainless steel electrodes by CCD of RSM. Desalination and Water Treatment. 146, 85 – 97
7 Shruthi M, Mahesh S, Sahana M,Srikantha H. Arsenite removal mechanism from groundwater in a two-dimensional batch electrochemical treatment process. Desalination and Water Treatment. 146, 266 – 277
8 Shahul Hameed, K. P., Sadashiva Murthy, B. M. (2019). Laboratory soil column studies on transport of petroleum VOCs in different subsoils. Indian Journal of Environmental Protection
9  “Potentiometric xpolyphenol oxidase bio Senser for sensitive determination of phenolic micro pollutants in environmental Samples”, Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 2, 1-4
10 Examining the Efficiency of Tamarindus Indica to aid in Fluoride Extermination from Groundwater, Journal of Water Resource Engineering & Pollution studies, 4(2), Pp 32-36
11 Shivamurthy Ravindra Yashas., Shadakshari Sandeep., BallagerePuttarajuShivakumar., NingappaKumar.,2019. “Potentiometric polyphenol oxidase bio Senser for sensitive determination of phenolic micro pollutants in environmental Samples” Environmental Science and Pollution Research.
12 Shivamurthy Ravindra Yashas., Shadakshari Sandeep., BallagerePuttarajuShivakumar., NingappaKumar.,2019. “A matrix of perovskite micro-seeds and polypyrrole nanotubes tethered laccase/graphite biosensor for sensitive quantification of 2,4-dichlorophenol in wastewater” The Royal Society in Chemistry.
13 Bharath M, Krishna B M, Shivakumar B P., 2019. “Electrocoagulation Treatment for Removal of Color and Chemical Oxygen Demand in Landfill Leachate using Aluminum Electrode”, International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering.

●      Journal Publication 2017 – 2018

Sl No. Publication
1 Yadhushree B., Shivakumar B.P., KeerthiD’souza.,2017, “Qualitative Risk Assessment and HAZOP study of Glass manufacturing Industry”, International Journal of Advance Research Ideas and Innovations in Technology.
2 Vedavalli., Shivakumar B.P., Yogesh., 2017, “A Review on Production, Performance and Exhaush Emission of various Non-Edible oil Biodiesel., International Journal for Science and Advance Research Technology.
3 Bharath M, Krishna B M, Manojkumar B, 2018, A review of electrocoagulation process for wastewater treatment, International Journal of ChemTech Research (IJCR)
4 Yashas S R, Shivakumara B P, Udayashankara T H, Krishna B, 2018, Laccase Biosensor: Green Technique for Quantification of Phenols in Wastewater (A Review)”, Oriental Journal of Chemistry
5 Parinitha .T. N., 2017, Treatability Studies for Hospital wastewater using Advanced Oxidation process, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology
6 Sadashiva Murthy BMand Yashas SR, 2017, Synergistic Impact of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds (EDC‟s) On Environmental Facilities: A Mini Review

International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT)

7 Sadashiva Murthy BM and Priyanka AM, 2017, A Review on Bio-Gas Generation from Anaerobic Digestion of Paper Sludge and Factors Affecting the Bio-Gas Generation, International Journal for Science and Advanced Research in Technology
8 Sadashiva Murthy BM and Priyanka AM, 2017, Biogas Generation using Anaerobic Digestion of Pulp And Paper Sludge, International Journal for Science and Advanced Research in Technology
9 Sadashiva Murthy BM, Madhuri. G, Ravi Tej Hegde, and Srinivas Rao RT, 2017,

A Review on Water Footprint Study For Steel Industry, International Journal for Science and Advanced Research in Technology

10 Divya, S., Nayana, M. V., Reang, A., Das, S., Istalingamurthy, D., Swamy, M. M. and Majumder, S, Air Quality Assessment and Prediction of NOx, SO2 and PM10 from Point Source using ISCST3 Model in an Industrial Area of Mysuru, International Journal of Innovative and Applied Research
11 Prabhavathi, V. and Istalingamurthy, D, Synthesis and Application of Iron Oxide Nano Particles Coated Sand (IONCS) for the Removal of Copper (Cu) and Chromium (Cr) from Industrial Effluent, International Journal for Science and Advanced Research in Technology
12 Ramyashree, H. S. and Istalingamurthy, D, Assessment of Indoor and Outdoor Air Monitoring in JSS Hospital, Mysuru, International Journal for Science and Advanced Research in Technology
13 Shreedevi, V., Istalingamurthy, D., and Chandrashekar, S, Treatment of Distillery Spent Wash Using Electrochemical Coagulation (ECC) Process, Journal for Science and Advanced Research and Technology
14 Yashas S.R., Shivakumar B.P., Udayashankara T.H., and Krishna B.M., 2018, “Laccase Biosensor: Green Technique for Quantification of Phenols in Wastewater (A Review)., Oriental Journal of Chemistry

 

      Journal Publication 2016 – 2017

Sl No. Publication
1 Prakash, B.M., MahadevaSwamy,M.and Mahesh, S., 2016, Air Pollutant Dispersion Studies Using AERMOD for Industrial Area of North-Western Part of Mysore City”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology
2 Krishna B.M and Pushpalatha M., 2017, Electro Fenton process for wastewater treatment-A review” , International journal of advance research, ideas and innovations in Technology (IJARIIT)
3 Nethravathi V S., and Krishna B.M., 2017, “Electro chemical treatment of leachate by monopolar configuration using iron electrode” . International journal of research in Engineering and Technology (IJRET)
4 Renukumar K. S., PushpaTuppad, 2016, Improving water economics by reducing unaccounted-for-water in water distribution network through leakage control, Journal of Indian Water works Association
5 C. Hegde Nayana, Tuppad Pushpa, 2016, Nano Zero-valent Iron for the Removal of Color and Chemical Oxygen Demand of Textile Effluent

Indian Journal of Advances in Chemical Science

6 Sadashiva Murthy B. M., Shahul Hameed K.P., and Hariprasad N.V, 2016, Estimation of Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Transport through Subsoil to Groundwater Using VLEACH Model, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology
7 Sadashiva Murthy B.M., Udayashankara T.H., and Madhukar M, 2016, Sources of Arsenic in Groundwater and its Health Significance- A Review, International Quarterly Scientific Journal on Nature Environment and Pollution Technology
8 Sadashiva Murthy B.M., Parameshwaramurthy P.M., and Kavya S, 2016, Qualitative Characterization of Greywater from a Residential Complex in Bengaluru City, Karnataka, India, International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research
9 Sadashiva Murthy B.M., Chandrakanth R., and Nandlal B, 2016, Nails Used as Biomarkers for Fluoride Exposure, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)
10 Sadashiva Murthy B.M., and Revathi H.U. , 2016, Treatment of Domestic Wastewater using Geotextile as a Filter media, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)
11 Sadashiva Murthy. B. M. and Bharath. M. M, 2016, Toxicity Assessment of Municipal Solid Waste: A Case Study, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)
12 Sadashiva Murthy B.M., Parameshwaramurthy P.M., and Kavya S, 2016, Greywater Treatment & Reuse: A Technological review, Global Journal for research analysis An International Journal
13 Sadashiva Murthy B.M., Udayashankara T.H., and Madhukar M, 2016, Impact of Climate Change on Rainfall Pattern and Reservoir Level, Journal of Water Resource Engineering and Management
14 Sadashiva Murthy B.M., and Revathi H.U, 2016, Treatment of Domestic Wastewater using Chemical Coagulation followed by Geotextile Filtration, International Journal of Recent Research in Interdisciplinary Science (IJRRIS)

 

●  Conference Publication 2020 – 2021

Sl No. Publication
1 Estimation of Hydrologic Simulation of upstream of KRS reservoir using SWAT model. Authors: Deepthi B. P., Pushpa Tuppad, K. S. Lokesh. International Conference on Contemporary and Sustainable Infrastructure (ICCSI-2021), organized by Dept. of Civil Engineering, S J B Institute of Technology, Bengaluru in association with Technical Institute for Engineers (TIE), Bengaluru on 21st and 22nd May 2021.
2 Prediction of flood prone areas downstream of Supa Dam using simulation model and GIS. Authors: Supritha H. S. Pushpa Tuppad. International online e-Conference on Ecosystem Restoration for Resilience and Sustainability: Living with Nature, organized by Indian Institute of Technology, Indore  and  National Institute of Disaster Management Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India, held from 5th to 7th June 2021.
3 Evaluating the Impacts of Landuse/Landcover changes on Hydrologic components of Harangi and Hemavathi Watersheds using SWAT model. Authors: Deepthi B P, Pushpa Tuppad and K S Lokesh. International e-Conference on Water Source Sustainability, Organized by Indian Water Resources Society (IWRS) and Department of Water Resources Development & Management, to be held on June 18-20, 2021.
4 Economic sustainability of Non-Revenue Water Reduction Program: A Case study in Bengaluru, India. Authors: K.S. Renukumar, Pushpa Tuppad, and Anjaneyappa. International e-Conference on Water Source Sustainability, Organized by Indian Water Resources Society (IWRS) and Department of Water Resources Development & Management, to be held on June 18-20, 2021.
5 Treatment of Textile industry wastewater using Electro-Fenton process using Iron and Graphite electrodes: Parinitha T Niranjan, Second International Conference on Advanced Materials & Technology

 

●  Conference Publication 2019 – 2020

Sl No. Publication
1 Hydrologic simulation of Upper Cauvery basin. Authors: Deepthi B. P., Pushpa Tuppad, K. S. Lokesh. Second International conference on Advanced Material and Technology (ICMAT-20), organized by JSSSTU, Mysuru – 006, 16th to 18th January 2020
2 Drought index computation using Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI) for Karnataka. Authors: Srilakshmi T. N. and Pushpa Tuppad. Second International conference on Advanced Material and Technology (ICMAT-20), organized by JSSSTU, Mysuru – 006, 16th to 18th January 2020
3 Evaluation of Domestic Wastewater Treatment and Simultaneous Bioelectricity Generation in a Dual Chambered Microbial Fuel Cell with Phosphate Buffer Solution as Catholyte: Parinitha T Niranjan National Convention of Environmental Engineers and National Conference 2
4 Removal of Fluoride from Groundwater using Aluminum Electrodes in Electrocoagulation Reactor: Dr. Vishishtta Nagaraj, Second International Conference on Advanced Materials &Technology (ICMAT-20), Organized by Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, JSS Science and Technology University, Mysuru, India, held on 16th to 18th January 2020.
5 Advanced materials for water and wastewater treatment : Dr. Vishishtta Nagaraj, Second International Conference on Advanced Materials  Technology (ICMAT-20), organized by Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, JSS Science and Technology, University, Mysuru, India, held on 16th to 18th January 2020.

  Conference Publication 2018 – 19

Sl No. Publication
1 Nutrient Removal from Domestic Wastewater using Sequencing Batch Reactor Authors: Nisha K.S, Thanushree S, Pushpa Tuppad, Manoj Kumar B and Anusha N. International Conference On “Impact Of Global Atmospheric Changes On Natural Resources (IGACNR)” Scheduled on 19th-20th, November 2018 at Jnanabharathi  Campus,  Bangalore University, Bengaluru-560056.
2 Savitha Ulavi: Characterizing Visibility, Meteorology and Air Quality for a Tropical Coastal City’ International Conference on Impact of Global Atmospheric Changes on Natural Resources (IGACNR) held on 19th November 2018 at Jnanabharathi Campus, Bengaluru. Conference proceedings of IGACNR 11-14.
3 Savitha Ulavi: Regression Modelling for Predicting Visibility in a Tropical Urban Environment doi:10.2495/AIR190151 (scopus indexed), 27th International conference on Modelling, Monitoring and Management of Air pollution 26-28th June 2019 jointly organised by Wessex Institute UK, University of Aveiro Portugal, University of West England, UK.2019, WIT Transactions on Ecology and Environment Vol 236, 149-157
4 Dr. Vishishtta Nagaraj: Removal of nitrate and hardness from synthetic water using chitosan as an adsorbent, International conference on innovative research in engineering, science, management and humanities(ICIRESMH-2018)  organised by Institution of Engineers India, Visvesvaraya Bhavan Hyderabad,Telangana  held on 18th March 2018, 5, 2394-3386