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Career in Waste Management

Waste Management

Waste management is an important aspect of environ­mental management and conservation. It is advisable to take up a programme in some area of environmental sciences or management, or even a course in sustainable development that covers issues concerning environ­mental conservation and management. There are sev­eral institutes that cover such programmes including the MBA in environmental management, offered by Bharathidasan University, which teaches principles of environmental management as well as waste management ami industrial ecology. The Indian Institute of Environment Management (SIES) at Navi Mumbai also offers a course in environ­ment sciences. The University of Rajasthan, Jaipur offers diploma in environmental studies and environmental management, while the National Institute of Environment, Lucknow, offers postgraduate diploma in industrial pollution man­agement, environment man­agement and environments consultancy which includes aspects of waste management. With a degree in science, you may consider several MSc programmes in environ­ment sciences, which include subjects related to waste management, including hos­pital waste, bio-medical waste, industrial waste, etc. The School of Environment Management at Delhi’s GGS Indraprastha University recently Started a two-year Master’s programme in environment management, which aims to equip environmental managers with a comprehen­sive understanding of key relevant issues, and lays emphasis on the efficient management of natural resources for sustainable development. It’s open to stu­dents with science/engineering background, and selection is through a national-level common entrance test. TERI University also offers several postgraduate pro­grammes in environmental studies; natural and water resources management. The MA in sustainable develop­ment practice is a more holis­tic programme covering sus­tainable development, cli­mate change and ecosystem vulnerability and so on.