MIKE FLOOD Training in New Delhi

28 Jul 2009  

DHI India organized a 5 days training course on MIKE FLOOD during July 13th and July 17th in its New Delhi Office. National Institute of Hydrology [NIH] sent its six experienced & enthusiastic professionals from its Kakinada, Guwahati & Patna offices for the training. For information: NIH is the premier institute in the area of hydrology and water resources in INDIA. The Institute has its Headquarters at Roorkee (Uttaranchal), four regional centers at Belgaum, Jammu, Kakinada and Sagar and two centers at Guwahati and Patna.

The training was conducted by Mr. Apruban Mukherjee of DHI India and Ms. Julie Landrein of DHI Denmark.

Participants having some light moments with Julie [Trainer]

MIKE FLOOD training covered Floodplain modeling using MIKE 11, coupling of Rainfall Runoff and Hydrodynamic models, MIKE 21 bathymetric & grid editor, MIKE 21 Flow Model, Flexible Mess generation, MIKE FLOOD Linkage Option plus much more. Trainees were given hands on exercise to practice the concepts taught during the training session.

During the training, there were healthy discussions to learn more from the trainees. There were instances when other DHI DSP staffs were pressed into service to answer queries which crossed the MIKE FLOOD boundaries. On almost all days, trainees engaged trainers beyond scheduled working hours which showed the confidence everybody had on each other.

“The trainees showed good interest during the course and were friendly so the training course enabled dialogue and interaction amongst the participants” quoted trainer Julie Landrein after the training.

NIH scientist Mr. Pankaj Mani commented “Very experienced training faculties to interact with and gain from the wide horizon of MIKE software for water management…  It was really a capacity building training course.”

Senior NIH scientist Biswajit Chakravorty candid was in saying “The trainers selected case examples very carefully to give a feel of the overall package modules and different options by giving hands on exercises. We were totally occupied with the total package of the training schedule and interaction with the trainers. Although we did not get any free moment during five days training schedule, but it was a gaining experience and thus was satisfying.”

Participants and few DHI staff in a photo call

In nutshell, it was very interesting training where trainees’ interests were like overflowing river and trainers were using MIKE FLOOD to manage them.

For further information, please contact DSP Manager Neeraj Dixit in India at