NIT Sikkim

Name Dr. Sangita Deb Barman
DesignationAssistant Professor
Academic QualificationPh.D, NIT Meghalaya
M.Tech(Water Resources Engineering), NIT Silchar
B.E (Civil Engineering), NIT Agartala
Areas of InterestWater Resources Management
Flood Damage Modeling
Soil Erosion in watershed
Work ExperienceResearch: 4 years as a Ph.D Research Scholar
Teaching: 2 years and 5 months
Teachings1. Open Channel Hydraulics & Hydrology
2. Geomatics
3. Concrete Technology
4. Introduction to Civil Engineering.
5. Water Resources Engineering I
6. Water Resources Engineering II
7. Remote Sensing & GIS Applications
8. Hydro-power
9. Engineering Graphics
10. Building Design and Drawing
11. Surveying Practice I
12. Groundwater Hydrology
List of PublicationsJournals:

1. Choudhury, P., Deb Barman, S., & Nongthombam, J. (2016). Evaluation of Non Damaging Flow for a Set of Upstream Sub Basins in a River System. Environmental Management and Sustainable Development, 5(2), 58-75. Click Here
2. Deb Barman, S. and Choudhury, P. (2017). PGP-MIP Model for Evaluating Non Damaging Flows in a River System. International Journal of Hydrology Science and Technology, 7(4), 402-415. Click Here
3. Deb Barman, S. and Choudhury, P. (2018) Application of optimization technique for flood damage modeling in river system. AIP Conference Proceeding, 1952, 020112-1-020112-7 Click Here

1. Barman, S.D., and Choudhury, P., (2015). Downstream flood peak improvement modeling for a river system incorporating ungauged subbasins. Aquatic Procedia,4, 1189-1196, International Conference on Water Resources, Coastal and Ocean Engineering (ICWRCOE, 2015), NIT Karnataka, Surathkal, Mangalore, 12-14th March, 2015. Click Here
2. Barman, S. D. and Choudhury, P. (2016) Application of Goal Programming in flood flow modelling. National Conference on Innovations in Civil Engineering (NCICE, 2016), Govt. College of Engineering, Karad, 08-09 January, 2016.
3. Deb Barman, S. and Choudhury, P. (2017) Application of optimization technique for flood damage modeling in river system. International Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Materials and Applied Science (ICEEMAS 2017) Swami Vivekananda Institute of Technology (SVIT), Secunderabad, Telangana, India., during 22nd and 23rd December 2017.
4. Deb Barman S. (2020) Impact of Climate Change in the Hydrology of an Indian River. Accepted for presentation in the Second ASCE India Conference on "Challenges of Resilient and Sustainable Infrastructure Development in Emerging Economies" to be held during March 02 04, 2020.
Membership of Professional BodiesInternational Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS)
Membership No. 16519
Office AddressDepartment of Civil Engineering, NIT Sikkim, Ravangla, South Sikkim- 737139