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Prafulla kumar Panda

Prafulla kumar Panda
Centurion University of Technology and Management,Paralakhemundi · Civil Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Joined at Centurion University of Technology and Management in Department of Civil Engineering on 25.8 2011. took H.O.D Charge From 14.3.2013. to till now.completed M.Tech on(Remote Sensing and GIS) from Bharathi Dashan university in 2009. worked at IIT Kanpur as a Senior Project Associate from 2009-2011.
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September 2021 - January 2022
Centurion University of Technology and Management ,Paralakhemundi,India
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
August 2011 - May 2016
Centurion University of Technology and Managemnent ,Paralakhemundi,India
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  • Professor (Assistant)
August 2011 - July 2018
Centurion University of Technology and Management
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)

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Publications (27)
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The rising water scarcity not only creates problems for the human being but also creates major challenges for the growth of the entire ecosystem. So there is an urgent need of finding out alternative use of used water for domestics as well as agricultural practices.The present study carried out a dynamic approach constructing a wastewater treatment...
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Significance of wellbeing concerning every living being needs no uncommon notice in the contemporary society. However, due to lack of awareness and health care services, many parts of our nation are still gravely affected due to several diseases, mostly the rural areas in general and much in particular the tribal villages. Most of the regions in In...
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Coast is a remarkable link in which the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, and the lithosphere meet. Coastline is one of the most important direct highlights on the surface of the earth, showing a special existence. Seaside zone and its ecological management include the coastline data and their adjustments. This paper outlines emerging coastline transiti...
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A large amount of gas hydrates has been explored by many countries and it is widespread. Govt. and private research agencies are helping them for more research and development. But the main challenge is production and exploitation of methane in a safely, methodically and economically. But the major concern is dissociation mechanism of gas hydrates...
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A flexible pavement is consisted of four layers such as surface course, base course, sub-base course, and most importantly sub-grade layer. In rigid pavement the bottom layer that is sub-grade is common. Sub-grade acts as a foundation to the pavement. The sub-grade soil can be clay, sand, morrum etc. If the sub-grade soil is soft or weak there is a...
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There is further water scarcity in India as a result of raising groundwater level, according to the current situation. The study deals with constructing a wastewater treatment plant in Centurion University of Technology and Management (CUTM), Paralakhemundi campus, Odisha and its utilization for agricultural activities. The study area comes under t...
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Importance of health with respect to all living beings needs no special mention in the contemporary society. However, due to lack of awareness and health care services, many parts of our nation are still gravely affected due to several diseases, mostly the rural areas in general and much in particular the tribal villages. Most of the regions in Ind...
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Several geomorphic processes are occurring on our planet, so it is always need to understand the geomorphic changes and evaluate the land form dynamics. The geomorphic evolution of any area can be obtained by detailed land form mapping. In the present study, an area in the parts of the Kosi basin has been selected for the study mainly using remote...
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Soil erosion involves detachment and transport of soil particles from top soil layers, degrading soil quality and reducing the productivity of affected lands. The eroded soil, which ultimately accumulate on the river bed or on the bottom of reservoirs, cause inundation by decreasing the cross section area of river stream and the reduction of storag...
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Nowadays, the prediction of pollution risk and the protection of groundwater is very important. The sub-surface hydro-geological environment influences the pollutant to migrate from surface to sub-surface water. So groundwater contamination can be minimized by delineating and monitoring vulnerable areas. The main objective of this paper is to find...
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Land is one of the important natural resources. A cities growth is measured not only by population but its spatial dimension. The growth of rural areas has resulted in sharp land use and land cover changes. In recent years, the significance of spatial data technologies, especially the application of remotely sensed and geographical information syst...
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Most of the regions in India have still poor health protecting infrastructure facilities and as a result of which majority of the rural population is suffering from many diseases that could have been controlled with proper understanding of the disease causative process and the preventive measures. In order to provide with better health care facilit...
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The quality of Surface water can be determined by hydrological responses which vary geographically. Due to major effect of sub-surface hydrologic environment on ground water, the pollutants migrate from surface to sub-surface water. Groundwater quality measurement is highly essential because it represents the main source of drinking water, and the...
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Cities are growing and becoming denser day by day, in that it's being difficult to avail resources to a better livelihood. This is because the rate of migration from rural to urban areas is increasing across the world. By 2050, around 70% of the people will be living in cities and India is no exception in this regard. So there is emerging need of c...
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Floodplains are land areas adjacent to rivers and streams that are subject to recurring inundation. Owing to their continually changing nature, floodplains and other flood-prone areas need to be examined in the light of how they might affect or be affected by development A Floodplain is the normally dry land area adjoining river or stream that is i...
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The use of remote sensing techniques in the discrimination of rock and soil classes can support a diverse range of activities , such as environmental characterization, mineral exploration etc. Although images with low spectral resolution can commonly be used in the mapping of classes possessing distinct spectral properties, the availability of new...
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The focus of this paper is to depict the quick and practical approach to Mapping and Analysis of Land use and Land cover patterns and changes using Landsat TM and IRS LISS III satellite images. Land use and land cover data are essential for planners, decision makers and those concerned with land resources management. The study was carried out in Pa...
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Natural disasters are extreme events within the earth's system that result in death or injury to humans, and damage or loss of valuable properties, such as buildings, communication systems, agricultural land, forest, natural environment etc. The economic losses due to natural disasters have shown an increase with a factor of eight over the past fou...
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ARTICLE INFO ABSTRACT The conventional means to record hydrological parameters of a flood often fail to record an extreme event. Remote sensing technology along with Geographic Information System (GIS) has become the key tool for flood monitoring in recent years. Development in this field has evolved from optical to microwave remote sensing, which...
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Kosi river is the most destructive river in India its location is mainly on north Bihar plane created long history of flooding. It causes death of indigenous people and unending immigration of native villagers from their home. It is destroying the productive power of fields by depositing bunch of sediments mostly sand through over bank flooding and...
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Kosi river is the most destructive river in India its location is mainly on north Bihar plane created long history of flooding. It causes death of indigenous people and unending immigration of native villagers from their home. It is destroying the productive power of fields by depositing bunch of sediments mostly sand through over bank flooding and...
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The Indus flood in 2010 was one of the greatest river disasters in recent history, which affected more than 14 million people in Pakistan. Although excessive rainfall between July and September 2010 has been cited as the major causative factor for this disaster, the human interventions in the river system over the years made this disaster a catastr...

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Recent advances in geographical information and new mapping technologies have created new opportunities for public health administrators to enhance planning, monitoring, analysis and management of health system. In epidemiology GIS aids in visualizing and analyzing geographic distribution of disease with respect to time and space that is more difficult and impossible to perform in other way. GIS and Global Positioning System have created new opportunities for public health administrators to enhance planning, analysis and monitoring of vector born disease elimination. Most of the regions in India have still poor health protecting infrastructure facilities and as a result of which majority of the rural population is suffering from many diseases that could have been controlled with proper understanding of the disease causative process and the preventive measures. In order to provide with better health care facilities in the PHCs, a data base of the disease causing agents and the remedial measures in the form of GIS maps will help in regularly monitoring the health level of rural public. In the present proposal, such an attempted will be made to map most prevalent diseases in rural and tribal regions spread over two districts in south Odisha state and further attempt to develop a health care information system for the tribal regions considered. The districts selected are: Gajapathi and Rayagada districts of South Odisha. These two districts have predominant rural and tribal population. From a preliminary study it has been observed that the general health conditions of these rural and tribal public are deteriorating due to the prevalence of certain diseases, which could have been prevented with a little understanding of the disease causing process and the preventive steps. It has also been observed that there is no proper data base pertaining to these diseases in these regions.