Ignou Certificate in Water Harvesting & Management Online Admission July 2019

In both admission cycle i.e January and July, the distance learning university offers online admission to CWHM – Certificate in Water Harvesting & Management programme. It comes under the SOA – School of Agriculture. All Students need to submit their Certificate in HIV and Family Education solved assignments before last date and can appear in upcoming term-end examination.

The university offers 6 months CWHM discipline in distance education mode solely. The admission notification of Ignou CWHM Programme is available online at university online portal and eligible students can check the Application Last Date, Fee & Qualification of Ignou cwhm admission online by visiting the university online portal.

IGNOU Certificate in Water Harvesting & Management Prospectus & Online Admission : The direct link of Ignou CWHM Student Handbook and Prospectus is available online to download. The prospectus of Certificate in Water Harvesting & Management includes admission form, student card and acknowledgement slip etc.

The applicants whose wants to take online admission to CWHM programme, need to go through the online admission portal i.e. at Ignou on-line Admission Portal – onlineadmission.ignou.ac.in. First of all, eligible students need to register for cwhm course. After registration, the learner need to logged in with their correct login credentials to fill up the Ignou Online Admission Form for CWHM – Certificate in Water Harvesting & Management.

First of all, get Ignou CWHM Prospectus by paying a small fee of Rs 200/- in cash or by post of Rs 250/-. Read prospectus carefully and follow all steps which is needed for online admission.

Below are IGNOU Certificate in Water Harvesting & Management (CWHM) Admission Eligibility details :

About Certificate in Water Harvesting & Management Programme : Over the years with consistent increase in population urbanization and industrialization, increasing demand for agriculture produce, has led to over-exploitation of limited surface as well as groundwater resource. It resulted sharp decline in groundwater table. The discipline intends to generate mass awareness and disseminate skills through trained human resources, about rainwater harvesting techniques and management for the optimal use of harvested water by all concerned

  • Eligibility Criteria : To take admission in cwhm, the minimum eligibility should have : 10th pass plus BPP from IGNOU
  • Medium of Instruction : English and Hindi
  • Programme Duration : The programme duration to complete cwhm certificate is 6 month (Minimum) and 2 years (Maximum)
  • Fee Structure : The total fee of cwhm discipline is Rs 2,000/- for full programme

IGNOU CWHM COURSES & SYLLABUS : The certificate discipline consists of 4 courses. Learner has to acquire 16 credits for a certificate in Water Harvesting & Management Programme. Below are Course Code, Title of the Course and the related course credits :

Course CodeTitle of the CourseCredits
ONR-1Introduction to Water Harvesting2
ONR-2Basics of Hydrology4
ONR-3Water Harvesting, Conservation and Utilization6
ONRL-1Practical Training at Water Harvesting Agency4
Total Credits16

Programme Coordinator : Dr. Mukesk Kumar, [email protected], Ph. 011-29572971, Dr. Sanjeev Pandey, [email protected], Ph. 23392274/76/77

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Updated: June 10, 2019 — 12:24 pm

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