- B.E. (Agricultural and Irrigation Engineering)
- M.E. (Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering)
- M.E. (Irrigation Water Management)
- M.E. (Integrated Water Resources Management)
- M.S. (By Research)
Forty four studies have been completed in different fields of water resources engineering and water management. Presently twenty three candidates are working on their Ph.D. programmes with specialization in Drought Assessment, Application of GIS, Ground Water Engineering, Urban Storm Water Modeling, Rain Water Harvesting, Temple Tanks, Waste Water Reuse, Tank System Rehabilitation, Irrigation Sociology, Gender issues etc.
The research programme is supported by UGC through research fellowship in sciences for meritorious students (five every year) and also Government of The Netherlands, through Wageningen University supports five Ph.D fellowships in the field of Integrated Water Resources Management.