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S.NO.TitlePI NameInstitute NameTotal Amount (in lakhs)Sanction DateDuration (yr)Status

1.

Seismic hazard estimation for Bihar-Jharkhand: Using GPS strain, Seismicity and seismic study.

Prof. Paresh Nath Singha Roy                                      

IIT, Kharagpur

139.78

05.08.2013

5 Years

with extension

Ongoing

2.

Seismic hazard assessment in the Kashmir Himalaya using geological, seismological, and geodetic data.

Dr. Prakash Kumar,                    Co-PIs: Prof. G.M. Bhat, Dr. B.S. Bali, Kashmir Univ.

NGRI, Hyderabad in association with Jammu and Kashmir University

1748.52

27.01.2014

5 Years

with extension

Ongoing

3.

Crustal deformation studies and active fault mapping in Jammu and Kashmir region.-yes

Prof. G. M. Bhat

Department of Geology, University of Jammu.

153.28

17.12.2014

5 Years

with extension

Ongoing

4.

Seismotectonic Analysis of the Jammu Region & Its Adjoining Areas-yes

Prof. G. M. Bhat

Department of Geology, University of Jammu

193.13

01.10.2014

 5 Years

with extension

Ongoing

5.

Setting up of Multiparametric Geophysical Observatory for monitoring of Earthquake precursor in Mikir Hills Plateau, Assam

Dr. Saurabh Baruah

North-East Institute of Science & Technology, Jorhat, Assam

405.24

23.06.2014

 5 Years

with extension

Ongoing

6.

Multi-Parametric Geophysical observatory for Earthquake Precursory research at Ghuttu, Garhwal Himalaya.-yes

Dr. Naresh Kumar

Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology,  Dehradun

228.87

23.12.2015

5 Years

Ongoing

7.

Integrated Project on Active Fault Mapping in Kachchh Basin, Western India.-yes

Prof. D.M.Maurya, (Coordinator)

Department of Geology, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara with ISR, Gandhinagar; IIT Kanpur; MS Univ.; LD College, Ahmedabad; Kachchh Univ.

307.50

14.12.2015

5 Years

Ongoing

8.

Tectono-geomorphic and geodetic study of selected neotectonic faults/Lineaments in Rajasthan.-yes

Prof. Harsh Bhu

Department of Geology Mohanlal Sukhadia University,  Udaipur

37.68

20.08.2015

3 Years

Ongoing

9.

Seismicity monitoring and evaluation of active faults in Garhwal Himalaya and adjoining Shimla Hills region in Himachal Pradesh.-yes

Dr. Ajay Paul

Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Dehradun

120.36

6.11.2015

with extension

3 Years

Ongoing

10.

Seismicity, seismotectonics and crustal structure of  Indo-Burmese Arc region-yes

Prof. Arun Kumar

Department of  Earth Sciences, Manipur University

179.58

30.3.2016

5 Years

Ongoing

11.

Active fault, Paleoseismic and crustal deformation in North-West and Central Himalaya, India.. and Integrated approach towards seismic hazard assessment-ys

Prof. Javed Malik (coordinator)

IIT, Kanpur with Panjab Univ.,ISR, LD Engg. College, Ahmedabad

453.69

23.3.2016

5 Years

Ongoing

12.

Paleoseismology, Active Tectonic and Seismic Hazard of Active Faults of Andaman with an emphasis on Jarawa Thrust.-yes

Dr. S. Balaji

Department of Disaster Management, Chakkar Gaon (P.O.) Port Blair Campus,  Andaman

23.23

10.2.2016

3 Years

 with extension

Ongoing

13.

Deformation across the Karakoram fault and Kaurik Chango rift and its implications on the NW Himalayan tectonic

Dr. Joshi Catherine

NGRI with SASE

187.98

17.02.2016

5 Years

Ongoing

14.

Continuous measurements of crustal deformation using GPS in the Tripura fold belt.

Dr. (Mrs.) Debbarma Jimmi

Department of Geography and Disaster Management, Tripura University, Tripura

109.69

10.02.2016

5 Years

Ongoing

15.

Present day subsurface configuration and Geodynamics of the Kumaon Himalaya: An Integrated Geophysical and Geological Investigation.-yes

Dr. Devajit Hazarika

Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Dehradun

39.85

04.01.2016

3 Years with extension

Ongoing

16.

Seismic Vulnerability Assessment of selected heritage structures in the state of HP adopting output only vibration testing and fragility

Dr. Madappu VR. sivasubramanian

NIT- Puducherry

34.54

19.01.2017

3 Years

 

Ongoing

17.

Lithospheric Transect Study Across the Eastern Part of Narmada Son Lineament Based on Constrained Potential Field modeling Implication on Seismogenesis

Prof. M. Radhakrishna

IIT, Bombay with NGRI

44.83

16.03.2017

3 Years

 

Ongoing

18.

Dynamic slip of earthquakes with available data

Dr. Surendra Nadh Somala

IIT, Hyderabad

14.81

01.11.2017

3 Years

Ongoing

19.

Study of seismic failure possibilities of earthen dams and embankments by dynamic and response analysis using finite element method.

Dr. Nityananda Nandi

Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology (IIEST), Shibpur, Howarh

36.90

08.08.2018

2 Years

Ongoing

20.

Crustal deformation study across Narmada-Son failed rift zone, central India

Dr. Bhaskar Kundu

 Department of Earth and Atmospheric Science, NIT, Rourkela

84.20

28.09.2018

5 Years

Ongoing

21.

Feasibility study on low cost Passive Control Devices to retrofit soft story RC buildings with experimental verification.

Prof. Pankaj Agarwal

Department of Earthquake Engineering, IIT, Roorkee

14.41

24.09.2018

3 Years

Ongoing

22.

Strong motion seismometry in Darjeeling-Sikkim Himalaya: comprehensive maintenance for round-the-clock seismic monitoring by the 10 station DSSMA and enriching ground  motion database for relooking into seismic source, site and path characteristics from hazard perspectives for a conservative damage and loss estimate in SELENA and HAZUS environment.

Prof. S.K. Nath

Department of Geology and Geophysics, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

27.40

25.09.2018

3 Years

Ongoing

23.

Role of mantle flow in affecting the dynamics of the Indian Plate.

Dr. Attreyee Ghosh

Centre for Earth Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

12.10

25.09.2018

2 Years

Ongoing

24.

Seismic structure, lithospheric deformation and seismicity of the Indian plate in Sikkim Himalaya.

Dr. Arun Singh

Department of Geology and Geophysics, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

3,53.49

28.09.2018

3 Years

Ongoing

25.

Structure, Style and rates of deformation along the Himalayan Frontal Thrust (HFT) zone, northeast Himalaya using an integrated geophysical and geological approach: Implication for seismic hazard scenario.

Dr. Pavan Kumar Gayatri

Institute of Seismological Research, Gandhinagar

38.34

28.09.2018

3Years

Ongoing

26.

Crustal deformation and plate motion studies in intra and inter plate regions of India using GPS measurements.

Dr. Joshi Cathering K

NGRI, Hyderabad

350.40

02.01.2019

5Years

Ongoing

26.

Investigation on Batter Piles in Laterally Spreading Soil.

Dr. Rajib Sarkar

Department of Civil Engineering, IIT (ISM), Dhanbad

24.78

05.02.2019

3 Years

Ongoing

28.

Estimation of Ground motion parameters and development of a new attenuation relation from the earthquakes originated in and around North East India.

Dr. Sangeeta Sharma

CSIR-North East Institute of Science and Technology Jorhat, Assam

37.57

12.03.2019

3Years

Ongoing

29.

Investigation of site properties for seismic hazard analysis in and around Gorakhpur city, Uttar Pradesh (India) using microtremor

Dr. Uma Shankar (BHU)

Dr. A.P.Singh, (ISR)

Department of Geophysics, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi with

ISR, Gandhinagar

81.50

12.04.2019

3Years

Ongoing

30.

Study of Anomalous variations Solid Earth tides and Atmosphere parameters prior to the occurrence of devastating earthquakes-Implication for Earthquake forecasting (SETAP).

Dr. N. Venkatanathan

Department of Physics SASTRA University, Thirumalaisamudram

35.62

18.04.2019

3Years

Ongoing

31.

Attenuation structure of J&K Himalaya using Coda-Q tompgraphy.

Prof. Supriyo Mitra

Department of Earth Sciences, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Kolkata (IISER-K) Mohanpur

31.,41

18.06.2019

3Years

Ongoing

32.

Large Scale model of the Himalayan crust using finite difference modelling of high and low frequency near field data and its effect on strong ground motion in central seismic ground motion in central seismic gap region of Hmalaya.

Prof. Anand Joshi (IIT-Roorkee)

 

Ms. Richa Rastogi (CDAC-Pune)

Department of Earth Sciences, IIT-Roorkee with

Centre for Development of Advance Computing, Pune.

43.43

07.08.2019

3 Years

Ongoing

33.

Seismic Network in Kumaun Himalaya (Phase IV)

Prof. Rajeev Upadhyay

Department of Geology, Kumaun University, Nainital.

179.65

27.09.2019

3 Years

Ongoing

34.

Deep crustal and sub-crustal lithospheric structure beneath the Aravalli-Delhi fold belt

Prof. G. Mohan

Department of Earth Sciences, IIT Bombay

207.76

06.11.2019

3 Years

Ongoing

 

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