Prof. Parthasarathi Choudhury

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  • Ph.D. from RGPV Bhopal in 2004
  • Post-graduate in Water Resources in 1994 from IIT Bombay
  • Graduate in Civil Engineering in 1988 from REC Silchar


  • Water Resources Engineering
  • Rainfall Runoff modeling
  • Flood Movement Analysis
  • GIS Applications










  • Currently holding the additional responsibility of Dean Planning and Development.



1. S.Agarwal, P.J.Roy, P. Choudhury, N. Debbarma, (2021), Flood Forecasting and Flood Flow Modeling in a River System using ANN,  Water Practice and Technology, 16(4), 1194–1205.

2. S.Agarwal, P.J.Roy, P. Choudhury, N. Debbarma, (2021), River flow forecasting by comparative analysis of multiple input and multiple output models form using ANN, H2 Open Journal, 4(1), 413-428.

3. N Debbarma, P Choudhury, P Roy,, (2019), Identification of homogeneous rainfall regions using a genetic algorithm involving multi-criteria decision making techniques, , 19(5), 1491–1499.

4. S Debbarma, P Choudhury, P Roy, R Kumar ,, (2019), Analysis of Precipitation Variability using Memory Based Artificial Neural Networks,  International Journal of Applied Metaheuristic Computing, 10(1).

5. S Debbarma, P Choudhury, (2019), River flow prediction with memory-based artificial neural networks: a case study of the Dholai river basin, International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigms, 15(1), 51-62.

6. Shyama Debbarma, Parthasarathi Choudhury, Parthajit Roy,Nilotpal Debbarma, (2017), Application of memory based artificial neural networks in downscaling precipitation: A case of Barak river basin, SYLWAN , 161(6).

7. Roy, P., Saharia, M. & Choudhury, P, (2014), River Reaches Flood Flow Prediction using PRNN models, International Journal of Civil, Structural, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering Research and Development, ().

8. Sil, B. S. & Choudhury, P, (2014), Muskingum equation based downstream sediment flow simulation models for a river system, International Journal of Sediment Research, ().

9. P. Choudhury, (2010), Coordinated reservoir flood control operation model incorporating multiple uncontrolled water flows-Lakes and Reservoir Research and Management, Wiely Blackwell Publishing, 15(2), 153-163.

10. P.Choudhury, B.S. Sil, (2010), Integrated water and sediment flow simulation and forecasting models for river reaches, Journal of Hydrology, 385(1 to 4), 313-322.

11. P. Choudhury and S Arumugam, (2009), River flood forecasting using complementary Muskingum rating equations, Journal of Hydrologic Engg. (ASCE), 14(7), 745-751.

12. P. Choudhury, (2007), Multiple inflows Muskingum Routing Model, Journal of Hydrologic Engg. (ASCE), 12(5), 413-419.

13. Choudhury, P., Ullah, N. & Kumar, U., (2013), Simulation and Forecasting of Downstream Flow Top Width in a River Reach Using Upstream Flow, International Journal Hydrology Science and Technology, 3(3), 241-257.

14. P. Choudhury, R.K. Shrivastava, S.M. Narulkar , (2002), Flood routing in river network using equivalent Muskingum inflow, J. Hydrologic Engg, 7(6), 413-419.



 1. N.Ullah and P. Choudhury, J.Nongthombam (2012): “Flood Stage-Damage Modeling in a River System.” International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Management (ICETM, 2012), WAIRCO, Hyderabad, India.

2. Choudhury P., Th. Arti Devi (2012): Extreme Rainfall Frequency Analysis for Hydro-meteorological Sub-zones 2(C) of India using L-moments. Intl. Conf. on Recent Advances in Science and Engineering: ICRASE-2012, 30-31 Oct,2012, Taj,Deccan; Hyderabad, India organized by Association of Scientists and Professionals (asp), pp 76-80.
3. Choudhury P., J. Nongthombam (2011): “Development of GIUH model using combined Kirpich formula and velocity relationship” 2nd International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, (ICEST-2011).
4. Choudhury P,and Jotish Nongthombam (2011): GIUH technique for modeling runoff responses using Kirpich formula and Velocity relationship. International Conference on Sustainable water resources management and climate change adaptation, (SWRMCCA-2011).
5. P.Roy, P. Choudhury and M.Saharia (2010): River reaches flood forecasting using TLRN models Intl.Conf organized by EWRI, ASCE, held at University of Singapore during 4-6 Jan 2011.
6. N.Ullah and P. Choudhury (2010): Flood forecasting in river systems using ANFIS, Intl.Conf on modeling, optimization and computing to be held at NIT Durgapur durind 28-30 oct., (ICMOS-2010), Vol. 1298. pp. 694-699.
7. P.Roy, P. Choudhury and M.Saharia (2010): Dynamic ANN modeling for flood forecasting in river systems, Intl.Conf on modeling, optimization and computing to be held at NIT Durgapur durind 28-30 Oct.
8. B.Sil and P. Choudhury (2010): Application of multi objective optimization technique in modeling sediment and water flow in river reaches, Intl.Conf on modeling, optimization and computing held at NIT Durgapur during 28-30 Oct.
9. B.Sil and P. Choudhury (2009): River reach Sediment load estimation using Hybrid model, Int. Conf. River basin management -2009, 7-9 Sept. Multa.
10. P. Choudhury, R.K. Shrivastava and S.M. Narulkar (2003): Linear programming model for flood control in upper Narmada Basin. Accepted for poster presentation in International conference on Hydrology of the Mediterranean and semi arid region held at Montpellier, France 2003.
11. B.Sil, P. Choudhury, J.Nongthobam (2009): Assessment of sediment load using indirect method National conference “Management of micro watesheds in Himalayan region”, Dehradun 01-03 Aug, 2009.
12. P. Choudhury (2008): Continuous inflow and outflow prediction using lumped Muskingum model proceedings of national conference “Hydero-2008″ (15-16 Dec,2008), NIT Jaipur, India.
13. P. Choudhury, B.Sil and J. Nongthombam (2008): Nonstructural flood control measures for a river reach using soft computing techniques, proceedings of national conference, Earthquake hazards and Disasters management of NE states of India, NIT Silchar 18-20 Oct 2008, pp-1-9.
14. P. Choudhury, B.Sil and J. Nongthombam (2008): Real time flood forecasting using data driven models, proceedings of national conference “Inflow forecasting during extremes”, IIT Delhi – 28-29 Aug.
15. P. Choudhury, B.V. Rao, S.M. Narulkar (2000): Estimation of Aquifer parameter transmissivity using FEM Proceedings of hydro 2000, NIT Kurukshetra, India.
16. P. Choudhury (2007): Real time flood forecasting using TLRN & Muskingum model presented in the symposium on National Frontiers of Engineering- Young Engineers Interactive Meet, IIT Delhi, March 31 – April 1, 2007.
17. P. Choudhury (2004): Reservoir operation during hydrological extremes “STTP” Water Resources Development, problems and promises, sponsored by AICTE, July, 2004.







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