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  • Enhance your skills in the field of civil engineering and its allied fields boost the performance in your organization and step up your career ladder. The ICE (I) offers you a complete mix of training opportunities for a successful professional journey.

    The training programs are conducted in diverse streams of Civil Engineering, and its allied fields including Disaster Management, Blue, Green Infrastructure, etc. Our subject matter experts will equip you with cutting-edge knowledge, key tactics and innovative tools.

    ICE(I) is a premiere body for Training, Research, Documentation, Awareness, Human Resources, Capacity Development in the field of Disaster Mitigation and Management.

    ICE(I) lays emphasis on Multi Stakeholder, Inter Disciplinary Cross Sectoral approach for an efficient proactive continuum. Disaster Risk Management based on participatory integrated Multi Risk Management concept. It aims towards a disaster free and resilient India.

    We organize courses on demand, tailored to different organizations, industries team needs. See below the topics that we cover and contact us to request a course or other options for enrollment as individual/ groups or as industry sponsored program.


  • Environmental engineering is the application of scientific and engineering principles to improve and maintain the environment to: protect human health, protect nature's beneficial ecosystems, and improve environmental-related enhancement of the quality of human life. Environmental engineers devise solutions for wastewater management, water and air pollution control, recycling, waste disposal, and public health. They design municipal water supply and industrial wastewater treatment systems, and design plans to prevent waterborne diseases and improve sanitation in urban, rural and recreational areas. They evaluate hazardous-waste management systems to evaluate the severity of such hazards, advise on treatment and containment, and develop regulations to prevent mishaps. They implement environmental engineering law, as in assessing the environmental impact of proposed construction projects.


  • Geomatics Engineering Group is known for its rich history as a knowledge epicentre of surveying techniques for Science and Civil engineering projects. Ranging from satellite-based measurements of Earth using optical, thermal, hyperspectral, laser and radar remote sensing to traditional surveying methods using Electronic Total Station (ETS), Global Position System (GPS), Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), LiDAR, Terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS), Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), Spectroradiometers and Gravimeters, the group has capacities to solve important research problems including natural resources management, disaster management, earth surface deformation, glaciology and climate change, smart city 3D mapping, urban infrastructure development and many other research areas with important applications in Civil Engineering. The group comprises faculty members leading in technologies like Photogrammetry, Geographical Information System (GIS), GPS, Digital Image Processing, SAR Interferometry, Geodesy, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Cloud Computing. Apart from academic research, the group has a strong curriculum to impart Geomatics Engineering concepts to undergraduate, postgraduate students and PhD scholars.


  • Geotechnical engineering is the specialist branch of civil engineering concerned with the behavior of earth materials and the application of soil and rock mechanics. Geotechnical engineers determine the physical, mechanical and chemical properties of soil and rock to design foundations, retaining structures and earthworks. Foundations may be shallow or deep depending upon the ground conditions encountered. Retaining structures includes earth-filled dams and retaining walls. Earthworks includes embankments, tunnels, channels, reservoirs and bunds.
    A geotechnical site investigation determines the engineering parameters of soil and rock and how t0hey will interact with a proposed construction. The aim of ground investigation is to assess the geotechnical, geological and hydrological risks to humans, property and the environment.


  • Within the hydraulic infrastructure business sector, ICE provides engineering, construction, conservation, operation and maintenance services, as well as other highly qualified services resulting from extensive knowledge of these systems and long-lasting presence in these markets. ICE's activity is based on providing a full service, including collection, treatment and purification of water, before finally returning it to its natural environment.
    ICE focuses its activity on everything from major infrastructure, such as dams and distribution and irrigation channels, to urban ornamental fountains, as well as supply systems (drinking water treatment plants, pipes), sewerage (waste water treatment plants, collectors, drains, reuse of effluent) and desalination.


  • Structural engineering is a branch of civil engineering that is concerned with the structural design of man-made structures. Often described as designing the ‘bones and muscles’ of structures, these engineers need to understand the rigidity, stability and strength of both buildings and non-building structures. This includes factors such as loading and susceptibility to earthquakes.


  • Transport Engineering is the application of scientific and technological principles in the planning, functional design, operation and facilities management for any means of transport (road, rail, water and air) in order to provide a safe, fast, comfortable, convenient, economic travel for people and goods. Transportation Engineering offer technological knowledge as well as an understanding of the economic, political, and social factors. It ensures that transportation systems contribute to the quality of life of the community. Transport engineering students will obtain fundamental theoretical and practical knowledge to perform engineering calculations, demonstrations and applications using specialized transport engineering software. Professionals in transportation engineering careers play a pivotal role in the implementation of transportation advancements by combining technical knowledge and creative thinking skills.


  • From serving our most basic needs to enabling our most ambitious ventures in trade and technology, infrastructure services are essential for raising and maintaining people’s quality of life. Disaster management is how we deal with the human, material, economic or environmental impacts of said disaster, it is the process of how we “prepare for, respond to and learn from the effects of major failures”
    Though often caused by nature, disasters can have human origins. Disaster Prevention as the concept of engaging in activities which intend to prevent or avoid potential adverse impacts through action taken in advance, activities designed to provide protection from the occurrence of disasters The knowledge and capacities developed by governments, professional response and recovery organizations, communities and individuals to effectively anticipate, respond to, and recover from, the impacts of likely, imminent or current hazard events or conditions.


  • Intelligent Infrastructure optimises infrastructure resources for application consumption through the use of infrastructure machine learning and applying tuning as software overlays – studying environments to drive automation and save millions of management hours. Safe and efficient civil infrastructure forms the basis of our communities and economies. We are in the historical moment when developing countries create and build new infrastructures and the developed countries are trying to deal with, and gradually replace, the old ones. We seek sustainable, smart and accessible solutions to provide reliability of services.
    There is a need for designing and constructing long-lasting infrastructure as well as cost-effective and reliable (structural and functional) health monitoring systems to ensure that these infrastructure systems do perform optimally the functions they are intended to perform during their service lives. Rapid and significant advancements are being made in the development and implementation of smart technologies and Internet of Things (IoT) in the context of Smart Cities initiatives, including data acquisition, sensing, energy harvesting, wireless communications, big data, machine learning, etc.


  • Water Resources Management is an international, multidisciplinary topic of discussion. Water resources assessment, development, conservation and control, emphasizing policies and strategies. Contributions examine planning and design of water resource systems, and operation, maintenance and administration of water resource systems. Water resource management is the activity of planning, developing, distributing and managing the optimum use of water resources. It is a sub-set of water cycle managementdsdwss, the importance of conservation and management of water resources. WRM components and techniques often take an integrated approach to implement the best strategies to tackle water shortage problems. There are two general approaches to planning and management. One is from the top-down (command and control) and the other is from the bottom-up (grassroots approach).


  • Sustainable building and development involves considering the whole life cycle of buildings that are designed to minimize all adverse impacts on the built and natural environment through sustainable building design and material selection. The selected building materials impact on the environment throughout the life cycle of a building. This life cycle can be divided into five stages: feasibility, design, construction, operation and demolition. Materials are used during the construction stage of a building through to the operation stage which involves building maintenance. The replacing, renewing and renovating of building materials and components remain until the end of service life of the building. Fundamentally, materials play an important role in enhancing the overall performance of a building and in achieving the goal for sustainable construction in the industry.


  • The concept of sustainable infrastructure refers to equipment and systems that are designed to meet the population's essential service needs — including roads, bridges, telephone pylons, hydroelectric power stations, etc. — based on all-round sustainable principles. This means the infrastructure is environmentally friendly from end to end, and that includes economic, financial, social and institutional factors. By collaborating with architects, engineers, building designers, contractors and material manufacturers, we are developing an array of chemistries, formulations and materials. These technologies enhance performance, durability, aesthetics and sustainability across the entire built environment. From roads to roofs, from homes to high-rises, we offer solutions that reduce waste, improve efficiency and ultimately achieve the goal of development that is as environmentally friendly as it is visually appealing and structurally and functionally robust.

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  • ICE (I) provides nominated participants with cutting-edge tools, technologies, and methodologies through expert-led programs. These initiatives empower participants with invaluable insights and practical skills, enabling them to effectively tackle the ever-evolving challenges in infrastructure development within a short timeframe. By leveraging the latest resources and expertise, ICE (I) ensures that participants are equipped to drive sustainable and impactful advancements in infrastructure projects, thereby contributing to the growth and resilience of communities and economies worldwide.