Name: Ms. Swetha A

Designation: Assistant Professor

Qualification:M.Tech



Worked as a design engineer in S.K. Associates Pvt. Ltd in the beginning of my career. After completing my M.Tech in Environmental engineering from VTU, I started my career in academics. Published many papers in International Journal on “Bio remedial measures for parameters of Pharmaceutical outlets”, also got KSCST funded Project for “Remedial measures for minimizing effects of Pharmaceutical outlets on groundwater in Jigini Industrial area”-2016. Further gained more experience and knowledge in administration and academic responsibilities like Cultural coordinator, Alumni coordinator, Conducting FDP’s and workshops, NBA coordinator etc. I am interested in doing research on Groundwater Prospects mapping using Geospatial Techniques.
Worked as Forum Co-ordinator, Instructor In charge for Courses, Class Co-ordinator and Faculty Advisor.
Environmental Engineering- Basic Surveying, Environmental Engineering, Industrial Wastewater Treatment, Environmental Science and Disaster Management, Environmental Pollution and Control, Rural water supply and Sanitation, Elements of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics.
Journal articles
International:2
Guest Lectures/Expert Lectures: Guest lecture on “Advance Surveying Technologies LIDAR, DGPS & total station by Sir M V Institute of Engineering Skills on 9th APRIL 2014 Participation in Seminars and Workshops: Workshop on Cement & Concrete – An Insight into the wonderful world” by Tools academy for career excellence on 22nd, 23rd & 24th APRIL 2014. Faculty development programme on “cype-Building information modeling with hands of Experience” on 23rd December 2014 organized by Dept Of Civil Engg-- Jyothi Institute of Technology, Bangalore-82. A software training programme for final year students by CAPRICOT in FEB 2015. Training on “Overview of Metro rail” organized by Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited, for final year & pre-final year students from 3rd March to 7th March 2015.
Groundwater Prospects mapping using Geospatial Techniques.