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Experience

Consultant Environmental Engg.

Feb 1999 - Jun 2001 (2 years)

Curriculum development and Design

Education

PhD

2009 - 2012 (3 years)

M.Sc Civil Engg.

1995 - 1998 (3 years)

Master's in management

2003 - 2005 (2 years)

Certifications

PE (1995)

Engineering Council

Professional Civil Engineer and Consultant

Member American Society of Civil Engg (2011)

ASCE

Publications

Civic Civilization through Sustainable Education

Education brings sensitized realm and determination for vision. The same has systematically brought us at our current state of development. All natural resources have to be exploited till a time only one resource shall be left... “The knowledge resource” that will excel in direct or exponential proportion of exploitation. In conjunction with education will bring sustainability, since knowledge is revealing a mystery and education brings mastery. In order to sustain civic development, sustainability conside

IMPACT OF EXCESSIVE NITROGEN FERTILIZERS ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND ASSOCIATED MITIGATION STRATEGIES

The soaring rise in the anthropological production of nitrogen (N) fertilizers has been notable in the field of crop production. Despite several advantages the world is deriving from the use of reactive N, many environmental hazards including water and soil acidification, pollution of groundwater surface and other water mineral resources and accelerated ozone depletion have arisen as a result of the recurring use of excessive environmental N. The purpose of this paper is to highlight the impact of N in the

High Pressure Oxydesulphurisation of Coal—A Parametric Study

The current study is focused on controlling sulphur emissions by pre-treating coal to remove sulphur prior to combustion using the oxydesulphurisation technique. Three British coals were chosen for the study. Working with these coals gave a better insight to the oxydesulphurisation reactions for pyritic and organic sulphur. Effect of air and oxygen pressure in a fixed time interval on sulphur removal was studied by series of experimental runs at various temperatures. Heating value recoveries were significa

Health Effects Associated with Fluoridated Water Sources—A Review of Central Asia

Water fluoridation is a common practice in different parts of the world, mostly as a means of decontaminating water. It has been used in developed, as well as in developing countries. In recent years however, other countries have minimized, even eliminated its use due to health issues. In Central Asia, usage of fluoride is profoundly extant, thus occasioning the citizens’ exposure to various health risks. An excessive level of fluoride causes various health issues, mostly on dental and skeletal fluorosis wh