A TECHNICAL, EDUCATIONAL AND NON PROFITERY VOLUNTARY NATIONAL ORGANIZATION
The country's water, energy, transportation and other allied developmental fields have witnessed growth in crests and troughs over the past few decades.
What India, for many years, lacked was a centralised governing body to chronicle, archive and scientifically anaylse the effectiveness and impact of new technologies in these core infrastructural sectors.
The field of Hydraulics Engineering, a key discipline that bridges the infrastructural channels of an economy, was in dire need of a presiding authority to bring order
and a measure of planned structure to the process of growth.