Dean (Faculty Development)

Prof. Sudhindra Nath Panda

School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Interests

  1. Faculty Development Programmes
  2. Rainwater Conservation and Reuse for Climate Resilient Rainfed Agriculture
  3. Systems Approach for Integrated Land and Water Resources Planning & Management

Education

1978

Orissa University of Agriculture and
Technology Bhubaneswar
B. Sc (Agric. Engg. & Tech.)

1982

Punjab Agricultural University,
Ludhiana, Punjab
M. Tech

1992

Punjab Agricultural University,
Ludhiana, Punjab
Ph. D

Experience

  • Jan 1983-Mar 1989 - Asstt. Res. Engrg./Asstt. Prof. - Punjab Agric. Univ., Ludhiana
  • Mar 1989-Jul 1995 - Sr. Research Engineer (SWCE) – OUAT, Bhubaneswar
  • Jul 1995-Aug 2021 - Asstt./Assoc. Prof., Prof./Prof(HAG) – IIT Kharagpur

Research Interest

Faculty Development Programme (at NITTTR Chennai)
  • Revamped the entire process of on/off-line modes of training for technical teachers in southern Indian States in core and pedagogy related areas under QIP of MoE, GoI.
  • Restructured the International Training Programmes to attract more participation from 161 developing countries of the world under ITEC programme of the Ministry of External Affairs
  • Created the foundation for developing quality MOOCs on pedagogy related topics as the National Coordinator (Teacher Training Programme) of SWAYAM, MOE and Coordinator (NITTT) of AICTE.
Rainwater Conservation and Reuse for Climate Resilient Rainfed Agriculture (at IIT Kharagpur)
  • Onset and withdrawal of monsoon were predicted for planning sowing and harvesting dates of short-duration rainfed rice variety.
  • Developed structural guidelines for rainwater conservation and reuse policies for rainfed agriculture in eastern India using simulation modelling.
  • Optimum sizing of on-farm reservoir (OFR) technology was developed in a user-friending menu-driven software package in DSS framework.
  • Developed cost-effective biological shading measures over the water surface of the OFR using canopy growth model, which saved evaporation loss up to 35% as compared to the open OFR.
  • Aquifer storage and recovery system was developed for high rainfall regions for recharging excess rainwater into the groundwater aquifer that minimized the depth of submergence in lowland paddy.
  • The OFR technology is popularized by a NGO (Purvachal Kalyan Aashram) for its large-scale adaptation in the farmer’s field in rainfed districts of West Bengal (Birbhum, Bankura, Purulia, and West Midnapur). Till-now, nearly 1500 number of such OFRs of different dimensions have been constructed in these districts of WB with the help of aforementioned NGO and farmer’s great initiatives.
Systems Approach for Integrated Land and Water Resources Planning and Management
  • Under hydrological uncertainties, optimization and/or simulation tools are applied for conjunctive use planning (blending scarce canal/river water with the fresh/sodic groundwater) for optimal land and water resources allocation policies in the (i) canal commands of Central Plain (declining fresh groundwater region)/South-West region (semi-arid climate with waterlogging and salinization problem) of Indian Punjab and Haryana States; (ii) coastal groundwater basin (sub-humid region) in eastern India where extensive pumping of groundwater for rice cultivation during non-monsoon season has accelerated the advancement of seawater intrusion front; and (iii) rising groundwater table areas in the Hirakud canal commands (eastern India) due to poor irrigation water management.

Awards & Fellowships

  • 2015 - Fellow - Indian Society of Agricultural Engineers, New Delhi
  • 2014 - Fellow - National Academy of Agricultural Sciences, New Delhi
  • 2013 - Fellow - Indian Water Resources Society, Roorkee
  • 2009 - Institution Award - The Institution of Engineers (India), Bhubaneswar
  • 2006 - Fellow - The Institution of Engineers (India), Kolkata
  • 2006 - K. C. Das Memorial Award - The Institution of Engineers (India), Bhubaneswar
  • 2002 - Visiting International Fellow - Environmental and Water Resources Institute of
    Am. Soc. of Civil Engineers, USA
  • 2002 - Commendation Medal - Indian Society of Agricultural Engineers, New Delhi
  • 1998 - Shankar Memorial Award - Indian Society of Agricultural Engineers, New Delhi
  • 1993 - Jawahar Lal Nehru Award - Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi
  • 1990 & 1991 - Best Technical Paper and Gold Medal - Orissa Engineering Congress, Bhubaneswar
  • 2013- Visiting Researcher - Arid Land Research Center, Tottori, Japan
  • 2011 - Bilateral Research Fellowship of INSA-JSPS – Tokyo Metropolitan Univ., Tokyo, Japan
  • 2007 – Collaborative Researcher of DAAD, Germany - Leibniz University Hannover, Germany
  • 2008 - Australia-India Strategic Research Grant - Univ. of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia
  • 2004 - Bilateral Research Fellowship of INSA-Philippines – IRRI, Philippines
  • 2001 - Collaborative Researcher of DAAD, Germany - Leibniz University Hannover, Germany
  • 1997 - Bilateral Research Fellowship of INSA-DFG - Leibniz Univ. Hannover, Germany
  • 1996 – Collaborative Researcher – SC-DLO, Wageningen, The Netherlands
  • 1986 - Research Associateship - Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi

Memberships

  • 2009 - Indian Association of Soil & Water Conservationists – Life Member
  • 2004 - American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers - Member
  • 2000 - International Association of Hydrological Sciences - Member
  • 1999 - American Society of Civil Engineers - Member
  • 1995 - Indian Society of Water Management – Life Member
  • 1987 – Systems Society of India – Life Member

Publications

  • 1. Enhancement of sustainable agricultural production system by integrated natural resources management framework under climatic and operational uncertainty – U. Mandal, A. Dhar and S. N. Panda - Agricultural Water Management (Elsevier), 252 (9), (2021)
  • 2. Assessment of climate change and its impact on hydrological regimes and biomass yield of a tropical river basin – U. Mandal, D. R. Sena, A. Dhar, Sudhindra N. Panda, P. P. Adhikary and P. K. Mishra - Ecological Indicators (Elsevier), 126, 107646 (2021)
  • 3. Potential and net recharge assessment in paddy dominated Hirakud irrigation command of eastern India using water balance and geospatial approaches - Pawan S. Wable, V. M. Chowdary, S. N. Panda, Sirisha Adamala and C. S. Jha - Environment, Development and Sustainability (Springer), 23(7), 10869-10891 (2020)
  • 4. Evaluation of nexus-sustainability and conventional approaches for optimal water-energy-land-crop planning in an irrigated canal command – A. Das, B. Sahoo and S. N. Panda - Water Resources Management (Springer), 34(8), 2329-2351 (2020)
  • 5. Flood frequency analysis – S. Baidya, A. Singh and Sudhindra N. Panda - Natural Hazards (Springer), 100(3), 1137-1158 (2020)
  • 6. An assessment of groundwater recharge estimation techniques for sustainable resource management – A. Singh, S. N. Panda, V. N. E. Uzokwe and P. Krause - Groundwater for Sustainable Development (Elsevier), 9, 100218 (2019)
  • 7. Enhancement of depleted loam soil as well as cucumber productivity utilizing biochar under water stress – B. A. Ali, Y. Haofang, L. Hong, W. Y. You, A. Elshaikh, G. Hussein, S. N. Panda and S. Hassan - Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis (Taylor & Francis), 50, 49-64 (2018)
  • 8. Profit maximization of yield from different sizes of OFR – M. Kumar, S. Paul, S. N. Panda and B. Panigrahi, - International Journal of Current Microbiology in Applied Sciences, 7(3), 1206-1215 (2018)
  • 9. Teleconnection of rainfall time series in the central Nile Basin with sea surface temperature – H. Yasuda, S. N. Panda, M. A. M. Abd Elbasit, T. Kawai, T. Elgamri, A. A. Fenta and H. Nawata - Paddy and Water Environment (Springer), 16(4), 805-821 (2018)
  • 10. Hillslope-storage Boussinesq model for simulating subsurface water storage dynamics in scantily-gauged catchments – S. Sahoo, B. Sahoo and S. N. Panda - Advances in Water Resources (Elsevier), 121, 219-234 (2018)
  • 11. Precipitation and temperature changes in eastern India by multiple trend detection methods - Chandra S. Sharma, Sudhindra N. Panda, Rudra P. Pradhan, Amanpreet Singh and A. Kawamura - Atmospheric Research (Elsevier), 180, 211-225 (2016)
  • 12. Delineation of groundwater potential zones of coastal groundwater basin using multi-criteria decision-making technique - U. Mandal, S. Sahoo, A. Dhar, Sudhindra N. Panda, A. Kar and Prasanta K. Mishra - Water Resources Management (Springer), 30(12): 4293-4310 (2016)
  • 13. Feasibility and sizing of unlined on-farm pond for partial rice substitution in rainfed uplands of eastern India - Bharat C. Sahoo and Sudhindra N. Panda - Paddy and Water Environment (Springer), 14(3), 403-415 (2016)
  • 14. Optimization modeling for conjunctive use planning of surface water and groundwater for irrigation - Ajay Singh, S. N. Panda, C. K. Saxena, C. L. Verma, V. N. E. Uzokwe, Peter Krause and S. K. Gupta - J. of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering (ASCE), 142 (3), 04015060 (2016)
  • 15. Irrigation management for non-monsoon crops in a major canal command in eastern India under water limiting environment - S. K. Raul, T. A. Shinde and Sudhindra N. Panda - Agricultural Engineering, 41(2), 81-92 (2016)
  • 16. Optimal land and water resources allocation policies for sustainable irrigated agriculture - B. Das, A. Singh, S. N. Panda and H. Yasuda - Land Use Policy (Elsevier), 42, 527–537 (2015)
  • 17. How did the 2012 drought affect rural livelihoods in vulnerable areas? Empirical evidence from India - P. D. Udmale, Y. Ichikawa, S. Manandhar, H. Ishidaira, A. S. Kiem, N. Shaowei and S. N. Panda - International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (Elsevier), 13, 454-469 (2015)
  • 18. Water harvesting techniques and supplemental irrigation impact on sorghum production - A. B. M. Ali, Y. Shuang-En, S. N. Panda and S. Guang-Cheng - Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (Wiley), 95, 3107-3116. (2015)
  • 19. Simulation of soil water dynamics in the rice and mustard cropped field using HYDRUS-2D for sustainable agriculture in Eastern India - L. P. Pholane, L. N. Sethi and S. N. Panda - International Journal of Basic and Applied Biology, 2 (4), 217-222 (2015)
  • 20. Growth performance and economic analysis of Indian major carps and Tilapia in rainwater ponds - Pramod K. Pandey, Laxmi N. Sethi, Limbraj P. Pholane, S. N. Panda, Vinay K. Pandey, Sagor Biswas, and Michelle Soupir - Fishery Technology, 51, 71-77 (2014)
  • 21. Increase of agricultural patch contiguity over past three decades in Ganga River Basin, India - M. D. Behera, N. Patidar, V. S. Chitale, N. Behera, D. Gupta, S. Matin, V. Tare, S. N. Panda and D. J. Sen - Current Science, 107 (3), 502-511 (2014)
  • 22. Assessing impact of flood on river dynamics and susceptible regions: Geomorphometric analysis - C. S. Sharma, A. Mishra and Sudhindra N. Panda - Water Resources Management (Springer), 28 (9), 2615–2638 (2014)
  • 23. Rainwater harvesting options for rice-maize cropping system in rainfed uplands through root-zone water balance simulation - B. C. Sahoo and S. N. Panda - Biosystems Engineering (Elsevier), 124, 89-108 (2014)
  • 24. Drought impacts and adoptation strategies for agriculture and rural livelihood in the Maharashtra State of India - P. Udmale, Y. Ichikawa, A. Kiem and S. N. Panda - The Open Agriculture Journal (Bentham Science), 8 (1)41-47 (2014)
  • 25. Evaluation of rice and sweetcorn-based cropping system for rainfed upland ecosystem of eastern India - V. P. Ubarhande and S. N. Panda - International Journal of Agricultural Engineering, 7 (2), 285-292 (2014)
  • 26. Optimization and simulation modelling for managing the problems of water resources - Ajay Singh and S. N. Panda - Water Resources Management (Springer), 27(9), 3421-3431 (2013)
  • 27. Artificial groundwater recharge zones mapping using remote sensing and GIS: A Case study in Indian Punjab - Amanpreet Singh, S. N. Panda, K. S. Kumar and C. S. Sharma - Environmental Management (Springer), 52(1), 61-71 (2013)
  • 28. Integrated land and water resources management framework for Hirakud canal sub-command (India) using grey systems analysis - U. Mandal, A. Dhar, S. N. Panda - J. of Water Resources Planning and Management (ASCE), 139(6), 733-740 (2013)
  • 29. Simulation-optimization modeling for conjunctive use management under hydrological uncertainty - S. K. Raul and S. N. Panda - Water Resources Management (Springer), 27 (5), 1323-1350 (2013)
  • 30. Development and application of an optimization model for the maximization of net agricultural return - Ajay Singh and S. N. Panda - Agricultural Water Management (Elsevier), 115, 267-275 (2012)
  • 31. Integrated salt and water balance modelling for the management of waterlogging and salinization 1: Validation of SAHYSMOD - Ajay Singh and S. N. Panda - J. of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering (ASCE), 138 (11), 955-963 (2012)
  • 32. Integrated salt and water balance modelling for the management of waterlogging and salinization. 2: Application of SAHYSMOD - Ajay Singh and S. N. Panda - J. of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering (ASCE), 138 (11), 964-971 (2012)
  • 33. Modelling and analyzing the watershed dynamics using Cellular Automata (CA) -Markov model - A geo-information based approach - M. D. Behera, S. N. Borate, S. N Panda, P. R. Behera and P. S Roy - Journal of Earth System Science (Springer), 121 (4), 1011-1024 (2012)
  • 34. Flood analysis using generalized logistic models in partial duration series - P. K. Bhuniya, R. D. Singh, R. Berndtsson and S. N. Panda - J. of Hydrology (Elsevier), 420-421, 59-71 (2012)
  • 35. Evaporation studies of canopy-covered on-farm reservoir - B. C. Sahoo, S. N. Panda and Pravin Patil - J. of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering (ASCE), 138(7), 600-612(2012)
  • 36. Waterlogging and farmland salinization: Causes and remedial measures in an irrigated semi-arid region of India - Ajay Singh, S. N. Panda, W-A Flugel and P. Krause - Irrigation and Drainage (Wiley Blackwell), 61(3), 357-365 (2012)
  • 37. Effect of saline irrigation water on mustard (Brassica Juncea) crop yield and soil salinity in a semi-arid area of North India - Ajay Singh and S. N. Panda. - Experimental Agriculture (Cambridge University Press), 48 (1), 99-110 (2012)
  • 38. Sectoral conjunctive use planning for optimal cropping under hydrological uncertainty -S. K. Raul, S. N. Panda and P. M. Inamdar - J. of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering (ASCE), 138 (2), 145-155 (2011)
  • 39. Assessing flood induced and land-cover changes using remote sensing and fuzzy approach in eastern Gujarat (India) - C.S. Sharma, M. D. Behera, A. Mishra and S.N. Panda -Water Resources Management (Springer), 25(13), 3219-3246 (2011)
  • 40. Modeling rainwater storage in distributed reservoir systems in humid subtropical and tropical Savannah regions - P. K. Pandey, M. L Soupir, V. P Singh, S. N. Panda and V. Pandey - Water Resources Management (Springer), 25(13), 3091-3111 (2011)
  • 41. Integrated water resource management in a major canal command in eastern India - S. K. Raul, S. N. Panda, H. Hollaender and M. Billib - Hydrological Processes (John Wiley and Sons), 25(16), 2551-2562 (2011)
  • 42. Ecologically-sustainable surface water withdrawal for cropland irrigation through incorporation of climate variability - P. Mondal, P. Srivastava, L. Kalin and S. N. Panda - J. of Soil and Water Conservation (IWA), 66(4), 221-232 (2011)
  • 43. Optimal cropping and groundwater management in a coastal basin - R. Rejani, M. K. Jha, S. N. Panda and R. Mull - Journal of Indian Water Resources Society, 31(12), 19-33 (2011)
  • 44. Synthetic unit hydrograph methods: A critical review - P. K. Bhunya, S. N. Panda and M. K. Goel - The Open Hydrology Journal (Bentham Science), 5, 1-8 (2011)
  • 45. Development of decision support system for optimal cropping and water resources management of a coastal river basin - L. N. Sethi and S. N. Panda - Assam University Journal of Science and Technology, 7(2), 18-28 (2011)
  • 46. Forecasting of rainfall using ocean-atmospheric indices with a fuzzy neural technique- G. Srivastava, S. N. Panda, P. Mondal and J. Liu - Journal of Hydrology (Elsevier), 395(3-4), 190-198 (2010)
  • 47. Water use and yield response of tomato as influenced by drip and furrow irrigation - B. Panigrahi, D. P. Roy and S. N. Panda - International Agricultural Engineering Journal (Asian Association of Agricultural Engineering), 19 (1), 19-30 (2010)
  • 48. Hybrid neural modeling for groundwater level prediction - N. B. Dash, S. N. Panda, R. Remesan and N. Sahoo - Neural Computing and Applications (Springer-Verlag), 19(8), 1251-1263 (2010)
  • 49. Rising water table: A threat to sustainable agriculture in irrigated semi-arid region of Haryana, India - Ajay Singh, P. Krause, S. N., Panda and W-A Flugel - Agricultural Water Management (Elsevier), 97(10), 1443-1451 (2010)
  • 50. Modeling evaporative water loss from the on-farm reservoir with biological shading - B. C. Sahoo, S. N. Panda and B. Panigrahi - J. of Hydrologic Engineering (ASCE), 15 (7), 544-553 (2010)
  • 51. A concept for managed aquifer recharge using ASR-wells for sustainable use of groundwater resources in an alluvial coastal aquifer in Eastern India - H. M. Holländer, R. Mull and S. N. Panda - Physics and Chemistry of the Earth (Elsevier), 34, 270-278 (2009)
  • 52. Simulation-optimization modelling for sustainable groundwater management in a coastal basin of Orissa, India - R. Rejani, M. K. Jha and S. N. Panda -Water Resources Management (Springer), 23 (2), 235-263 (2009)
  • 53. Optimal size of auxiliary storage reservoir for rainwater harvesting and better crop planning in a minor irrigation project - A. Mishra, A. K. Adhikary and S. N. Panda - Water Resources Management (Springer), 23 (2), 265-288 (2009)
  • 54. Water balance simulation model for optimal sizing of on-farm reservoir in rainfed cropping system: A user-friendly software – D. Roy, S. N. Panda, B. Panigrahi - Computers and Electronics in Agriculture (Elsevier), 65 (1), 114-124 (2009)
  • 55. Evaluation of effective management plan for an agricultural watershed using AVSWAT model, remote sensing and GIS - V. K. Pandey, S. N. Panda, A. Pandey and S. Sudhakar - Environmental Geology (Springer), 56, 993-1008 (2009)
  • 56. evelopment of interactive software for rainwater harvesting system and its application in the campus, IIT, Kharagpur - B. K. Gavit and S. N. Panda - Journal of Soils and Crops (Association of Soils and Crops Research Scientists), 19 (2), 240-247 (2009)
  • 57. Development of crop staggered irrigation demand assessment tool (CSIDAT) - D. Pandey, S. N. Panda, N. S. Raghuwanshi and D. R. Mailapalli - International Agricultural Engineering Journal (Asian Assoc. of Agricultural Engrg), 17 (1-4), 27-39 (2008)
  • 58. Deficit irrigation approach for improving irrigation efficiency of maize: A field experiment in Syria - A. T. Shamaa, A. N. AlDarir, M. Billib, K. Bardowicks and S. N. Panda – J. of Applied Irrigation Sciences (DLG-Verlags-GmbH), 43 (2), 143-154 (2008)
  • 59. Effect of land-use/land-cover changes on hydrological response of agricultural watershed- A case study using remote sensing technique -V. K. Pandey, A. Pandey and S. N. Panda - Asian Journal of Geoinformatics (Asian Assoc. of Remote Sensing), 8 (2), 3-9 (2008)
  • 60. Simulation modeling for efficient groundwater management in Balasore coastal basin, India - R. Rejani, M. K. Jha, S. N. Panda and R. Mull - Water Resources Management, (Springer), 22 (1), 23-50 (2008)
  • 61. Sustainability of rice dominated cropping system in the Hirakud canal command, Orissa (India) - S. K. Raul, S. N. Panda, H. Hollaender and M. Billib - Irrigation and Drainage (Wiley Inter Science), 57 (1), 93-104 (2008)
  • 62. Rainwater conservation and recycling by optimal size on-farm reservoir - B. Panigrahi, S. N. Panda and B. C. Mal - Resources, Conservation and Recycling (Elsevier), 50 (4), 459-474 (2007)
  • 63. Application of remote sensing and GIS for watershed characterization: A case study of Banikdih watershed (Eastern India) - V. K. Pandey, A. K. Pandey and S. N. Panda - Asian Journal of Geoinformatics (Asian Assoc. of Remote Sensing), 7 (1), 03-15 (2007)
  • 64. Delineation and parameterization of Banikdih watershed using remote sensing and AVSWAT model - V. K. Pandey, S. N. Panda, N. S. Raghuwanshi, and S. Sudhakar - Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing (Springer), 34 (2), 143-152 (2006)
  • 65. Optimal crop planning and water resources allocation in a coastal groundwater basin, Orissa, India – L. N. Sethi, S. N. Panda and M. K. Nayak - Agricultural Water Management (Elsevier), 83 (3), 209-220 (2006)
  • 66. Sizing on-farm reservoir for crop-fish integration in rainfed farming system in eastern India - P. K. Pandey, S. N. Panda and B. Panigrahi - Biosystems Engineering (Elsevier), 93(4), 475-489 (2006)
  • 67. Laboratory experiments to investigate clogging effects in aquifers-influence of physical deposition, bubbles and biological activity - H. M. Hollaender, P. W. Boochs, Max Billib and S. N. Panda - Grundwasser (Springer–Verlag), 10 (4), 205-215 (2005)
  • 68. Economic viability of rice-fish integration with the on-farm reservoir of rainfed ecosystem in eastern India - L. N. Sethi, S. N. Panda and D. P. Verma - Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment (WFL), 3 (3 & 4), 194-199 (2005)
  • 69. Modeling of an agricultural watershed using remote sensing and GIS - V. K. Pandey, S. N. Panda and S. Sudhakar - Biosystems Engineering (Elsevier), 90 (3), 331-347 (2005)
  • 70. Water balance simulation and economic analysis for optimal size of on-farm reservoir - B. Panigrahi, S. N. Panda and A. Agrawal - Water Resources Management (Springer), 19 (3), 233-250 (2005)
  • 71. Sectoral planning of land and water Resources in a large canal command in the sub-humid region of Eastern India - S. K. Nirala, S. N. Panda, M. Billib and H. Holländer - Journal of Applied Irrigation Science (DLG-Verlags-GmbH), 40 (1), 115-134 (2005)
  • 72. Economic evaluation of rainwater harvesting in on-farm reservoir for the integrated farming system - A sustainable approach to small farmers - P. K. Pandey, S. N. Panda and L. P. Pholane - Environment and Ecology, 23 (3), 671-675 (2005)
  • 73. Modeling for maximizing precipitation utilization in rainfed agriculture in Eastern India - P. K. Pandey, S. N. Panda and L.P. Pholane - Bull. Nat. Instt. Ecol., 16, 113-120 (2005)
  • 74. Digital Elevation Model for topographic parameterization of agricultural watershed of Gowai river catchment -V. K. Pandey, S. N. Panda and S. Sudhakar Indian J. Soil Conservation (Indian Assoc. of Soil & Water Conservationists), 32 (2), 108-112 (2004)
  • 75. Modeling water balance parameters for rainfed rice - M. K. Agrawal, S. N. Panda and B. Panigrahi. J. of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering (ASCE), 130 (2), 129-139 (2004)
  • 76. Optimal sizing of on-farm reservoirs for supplemental irrigation - B. Panigrahi, S. N. Panda - J. of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering (ASCE), 129 (2), 117-128 (2003)
  • 77. Field test of a soil water balance simulation model - B. Panigrahi and S. N. Panda Agricultural Water Management (Elsevier), 58 (3), 223-240 (2003)
  • 78. Hydrologic and hydrogeologic analysis in a coastal groundwater basin, Orissa, India - R. Rejani, M. K. Jha, S. N. Panda and R. Mull - Applied Engineering in Agriculture (ASABE), 19 (2), 177-186 (2003)
  • 79. A comparative assessment of tolerance of three Rabi crops to water stagnation on soil surface - N. K. Thakur, S. K. Gupta, D. P Sharma, A. Swarup and S. N. Panda - J. of Indian Soc. Soil Sci., 51(4), 554-556 (2003)
  • 80. Satellite remote sensing application in landuse classification for small agricultural watershed-A case study – V. K. Pandey, S. N. Panda, S. Sudhakar. N. S. Raghuwanshi and S. Kumar - Indian J. of Power and River Valley Development, 53 (10/11), 183-188 (2003)
  • 81. Optimal crop planning and conjunctive use of water resources in a coastal river basin - L. N. Sethi, D. N. Kumar, S. N. Panda and B. C. Mal - Water Resources Management (Springer), 16 (2), 145-169 (2002)
  • 82. Prediction of hydrological events for planning rainfed rice - B. Panigrahi, S. N. Panda and R. Mull - Hydrological Science Journal (IAHS), 47(3), 435-448 (2002)
  • 83. Dry spell probability by Markov chain model and its application to crop planning in Kharagpur - B. Panigrahi and S. N. Panda - Indian J. of Soil Conservation (Indian Association of Soil and Water Conservationists), 30 (1), 95-100 (2002)
  • 84. Potato crop coefficient, water use, and yield under furrow irrigation - B. Panigrahi, S. N. Panda and N. S. Raghuwanshi - Irrigation Science (Springer), 20(4), 155-163 (2001)
  • 85. Simulation of water harvesting potential in rainfed ricelands using water balance models - B. Panigrahi, S. N. Panda and R. Mull - Agricultural Systems (Elsevier), 69 (3), 165-182 (2001)
  • 86. Simulation of ponding and soil moisture status through water balance model for rainfed upland rice - B. Panigrahi and S. N. Panda - International Agricultural Engineering Journal, (Asian Association of Agricultural Engineering), 10 (1 & 2), 39-56 (2001)
  • 87. Analysis of weekly rainfall for crop planning in rainfed region - B. Panigrahi and S. N. Panda - J. of Agricultural Engineering, (Indian Soc. of Agricultural Engineers), 38 (4), 47-57 (2001)
  • 88. Optimal irrigation allocation: A multilevel approach - S. Paul, S. N. Panda and D. N. Kumar - J. of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering (ASCE), 126 (3), 149-156 (2000)
  • 89. Flow characteristics of chimney weir under submergence - C. Chatterjee, R. Singh, S. K. Kar, S. N. Panda and S. L. Bohra - J. of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering (ASCE), 124 (2), 96-101 (1998)
  • 90. Interseasonal irrigation system planning for waterlogged sodic soils - S. N. Panda, S. D. Khepar and M. P. Kaushal - J. of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering (ASCE), 122(3), 135 144 (1996)
  • 91. Pumping cost comparison by submersible and centrifugal pump – M. P. Kaushal, E. Gaken and S. N. Panda - J. of Research (Punjab Agricultural University), 23 (3), 480 483 (1986)
  • 92. Saline groundwater management and optimal cropping pattern – M. P. Kaushal, S. D. Khepar and S. N. Panda - Water International (IWRA), 10 (2), 86 91 (1985)
  • 93. Stochastic irrigation planning: An application of chance constrained linear programming - S. N. Panda, S. D. Khepar and M. P. Kaushal - J. of Agricultural Engineering (Indian Society of Agricultural Engineers), 22(2), 93 106 (1985)
  • 94. Management model for saline irrigation water and labour scarce regions - M. P. Kaushal, S. D. Khepar and S. N. Panda - J. of the Institutions of Engineers (India), 66 (AG 2), 65 69 (1984)
  • 95. Irrigation planning of a command area in Punjab: An application of deterministic linear programming - S. N. Panda, S. D. Khepar and M. P. Kaushal - J. of Agricultural Engineering (Indian Society of Agricultural Engineers), 20(2), 47 60 (1983)

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