Nav-i-GEE Final Presentations

Date: 22nd September 2023

Time: 2:30 PM to 5.30 PM IST

Mode: Online (Google Meet)

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IIT Tirupati Navavishkar (NAV) I-Hub Foundation (ITTNiF)- Google Earth Engine (NAV-i-GEE) Research Program is for Indian university students & researchers to get a chance to work with leading research organizations in the country working in disaster management, agriculture, environment, mining, forest fires, conservation, water resources, image processing, and geo-spatial app development and other related domains over 6 months of a project and get paid to do so!

If selected for the program, you will work on a project using Google Earth Engine under the mentorship of a dedicated mentor at the parent/participating research organization. You will also be given a certificate of recognition for participating in the NAV-i-GEE program and special IITTNiF-Earth Engine goodies.

This program is based on the Google Summer of Earth Engine.

The selected students will be expected to submit a poster paper at the end of the research term and will be invited to present their work at a Google Summit.

10 Dec 2022

NGO's Project Proposal Application closing date.

10 Dec 2022

20 Dec 2022

Student application opens

20 Jan 2023

Student application closes

20 Jan 2023

01 Feb 2023

Announcing selected students

15 Feb 2023

Starting of Nav-i-GEE program

15 Feb 2023

During the program, the mentor is responsible for guiding the student through the execution of the research project: defining milestones for student to achieve, providing domain/subject-matter expertise as well as expertise with the Earth Engine platform, wherever the student needs guidance and help. It is highly recommended for the mentor to have had considerable hands-on experience with Earth Engine in the past.

Mentors are the backbone of a successful NAV-i-GEE research project.

It is highly recommended for the mentor to have had considerable hands-on experience with Earth Engine in the past.

A mentor should be someone
  • Working full-time at the participating organization.
  • Familiar with the subject matter and have domain expertise in the proposed discipline of the research project and should have experience conducting similar research and writing papers in the past.
  • A background in Remote Sensing/GIS is a plus.
  • Hands-on experience working with Google Earth Engine for some research projects. The ideal mentor should have a moderate-to-advanced skill-set with Earth Engine and be able to advise the student how to use Earth Engine in the execution of the project.
  • Able to spend about 4-5 hours a week for the student. Some weeks it may be more, some weeks less. More time spent initially in bonding with the student in the first few weeks of the program is likely to lead to more successful and engaged students.
  • Patient and a good teacher. Students are likely to ask a lot of questions and a mentor needs to be able to respond calmly. A good mentor guides the student to become self reliant throughout the program. So rather than saying this is how you do it, they say ‘go check out this resource and read up on it and then let’s discuss how you want to tackle the problem’. Giving the student the confidence that they can figure out how to find the answer is an invaluable tool.
  • Lastly, a mentor should be passionate about the Summer of Earth Engine program and be excited to guide a student through this journey of impact!

Assist the Google team in selecting participants for the NAV-i-GEE program. This means reviewing student applications and picking the best among them!
  • Assist the Google team in selecting participants for the Summer of Earth Engine program. This means reviewing student applications and picking the best among them!
  • Induct the student into your organization and guide them through the workflows and structure within your org. Make your student feel comfortable and a part of your team!
  • Answer all technical questions the student may have related to Earth Engine and help debug their scripts. Mentors also need to guide the student on what functions to use and how to execute the analysis in Earth Engine. Experts from Google will be available for guidance during a monthly check-in, but otherwise it is the mentor’s responsibility to lead the student through the project.
  • Plan for your project. This may include actions like:
    • Creating a High-level research proposal: Think about the goal and the outcomes of the project. Define what success looks like and how the student is supposed to reach that goal through the project.
    • Setting Progressive milestones that build on the previous work: This will help ensure accountability and success from the student as you seem them checking off tasks and moving ahead in the program. It will also help you provide tangible updates on the project’s progress during monthly check-in calls with the Google team.
    • Adding Completion dates for each milestone: In reality, completion dates are going to move. Nonetheless, a target date gives you a time frame for closure and helps control “scope creep”. Coach your students in how to recognize that a milestone is going to be missed, and to notify the project participants before the dates passes.
    • Assign Tasks to each milestone: It can be something simple as read up on XYZ research papers or check out this video on different types of ML Classifiers. This will help you manage your time effectively with the student and help independent functioning
  • Make sure your student is working effectively on the project and report to the Google team in case you find any concerns about their progress or performance. You’ll need to submit a mid-term evaluation to assess the student’s work halfway through the program.

  • Experience leading the execution of a project from start to fruition. You’ll learn how to set guidelines, project goals and milestones, stick to timelines and how to set expectations right. Project management can be a useful experience to add to your skillset.
  • Learn crucial people management and leadership skills in the process of mentoring a student and develop communication skills for delegating and extracting work from individuals you’re responsible for- which can count for valuable professional experience
  • An opportunity to shine within your organization and be the face of the Summer of Earth Engine program collaboration between your organization and Google
  • Help a student starting out their academic career engage in a meaningful research opportunity and share your experiences & knowledge with them! Remember that you were a student too once and someone helped mentor you then!
  • Certificate of mentorship (for namesake purposes), but we feel like you really don’t need one cause you’re already so awesome!
CSTEP - Visualization and analysis of Flood events in India.
Org Background:
CSTEP tackles emerging issues under climate change mitigation, adaptation, resilience and sustainability using scientific analysis to inform and enable timely policy action



Project Background:
Floods are one of the most devastating natural hazards, causing fatalities and economic damage and affecting many countries. There is a strong need for in depth research to understand the factors causing floods and develop solutions to help disaster agencies mitigate the damage.



High Level Solution:
This project will help better understand various factors causing floods and enable mitigation actions to prevent fatalities and damage in affected areas in Assam, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Kerala. Remote sensing data from Landsat/Sentinel can be used to develop inundation maps for flooding events. Additional data can be gathered for these events to better understand hydrometeorological and geomorphic factors at play. This can be useful for validating hydrological modelling simulations for specific locations.



Preferred Student Background:
A background in hydrology to understand underlying dynamics behind remote sensing trends will be an added advantage.



Expected Deliverable:
Student is expected to use remote sensing data from Earth Engine including Landsat/Sentinel, weather datasets, digital elevation datasets, to develop an EE app for visualisation of India flood inventory data along with other datasets to build the final dashboard
CSTEP - Computing Climate Risk Indicators using GEE (CCRI-GEE)
CEEW : Mapping heat sensitivity of Indian cities: Identifying drivers and indicators
CEEW: Dynamic Tool to Map Agricultural Residue Burnt Area using Sentinel-2
WOTR : Automated Farm Boundary Detection and Farm Level Crop Health Monitoring in Rural Landscapes of India using GEE
CSIR (NEERI) : Quantification of Cooling Island Effect of Urban Green Spaces and Water Bodies
ATREE: Early warning systems for conservation of river dolphins and gharials in India’s Gangetic flood-plain rivers.
MSSRF: Quantification of above ground biomass in Auroville Green belt using Google Earth Engine.
UMC: City Health Plans for Lucknow, Varanasi and Fatehpur in Uttar Pradesh
ICRISAT: Crop yield mapping using Google Earth Engine
ICRISAT: Crop type mapping using Google Earth Engine
ICRISAT: Identifying suitable areas for various crops across India using Google Earth Engine
NCBS: Spatially continuous mapping of forest structure combining GEDI and PALSAR data
Paani.Earth: Estimating & Automatically Extracting Surface Water Extent and Chlorophyll Concentrations
NCF: Mapping dynamic morphology of rivers and its impact for birds
WRI: Semi-automated Coastline Delineation for India in Google Earth Engine

The Nav-i-GEE Research Program (the “Program”) is a skill program where participants must develop and submit a poster paper for conducting impact-based analysis relating to a project using the Google Earth Engine platform. The project proposal that you develop will be evaluated by judges, who will choose five finalists in accordance with these Official Rules. The opportunity to participate in the Program will be awarded to applicants with the highest score based on the judging criteria. See below for the complete details.

1. BINDING AGREEMENT: In order to enter the Program, you (as a participant) must agree to these Official Rules (“Rules”). Therefore, please read these Rules prior to entry to ensure you understand and agree. You agree that your entry in the Program constitutes your agreement to these Rules. You may not submit an entry to the Program and are not eligible to receive the fees described in these Rules unless you agree to these Rules. These Rules form a binding legal agreement between you and IIT Tirupati Navavishkar I-Hub Foundation (IITTNiF) (defined below) with respect to the Program.

2. ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible to enter the Program, you must be: (1) above the age of majority at the time of entry; (2) an Indian citizen; (3) students enrolled in a full-time or part-time post graduate or doctoral course of study, at any University or College in India, as of the Application Period; and (4) have access to Google Earth Engine
The Program is void in any other country other than India, and where prohibited by law. Employees, interns, contractors, and official office-holders of IITTNiF, its affiliates and of the Participant Organizations, and their parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliates, and their respective directors, officers, employees, advertising and promotion agencies, representatives, and agents (“Program Entities”), and members of the Program Entities’ and their immediate families (parents, siblings, children, spouses, and life partners of each, regardless of where they live) and members of the households (whether related or not) of such employees, officers and directors are ineligible to participate in this Program. Sponsor reserves the right to verify eligibility and to adjudicate on any dispute at any time.

3. SPONSOR: The Program is sponsored by IIT Tirupati Navavishkar I-Hub Foundation (“IITTNiF” or “Sponsor”), a Technology Innovation Hub in Positioning and Precision Technologies, located at Yerpedu-Venkatagiri Road, Yerpedu Post,Tirupati District, Andhra Pradesh – 517619, India.

4. APPLICATION PERIOD: The Application period for the program begins at 12:00:00 A.M. IST on 20 December, 2022 and ends at 11:59:59 P.M. IST on 20 Jan 2023.
LIMIT ONE (1) ENTRY PER PERSON. Subsequent entries will be disqualified. All entries must be received by 11:59:59 p.m. (IST) on 20th January 2023. Entries are void if they are in whole or part illegible, incomplete, damaged, altered, counterfeit, obtained through fraud, or late. All entries will be deemed made by the authorized account holder of the email address submitted at the time of entry, and the potential finalist may be required to show proof of being the authorized account holder for that email address. The "authorized account holder" is the natural person assigned to an email address by an Internet service provider, online service provider, or other organization responsible for assigning email addresses for the domain.

5. HOW TO ENTER: NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER THE PROGRAM. To enter the Program, visit the Program website located at Nav-i-GEE ( (“Program Site”) during the Application Period and submit the registration form at (the “Registration Form”) containing a proposal (“Project Proposal”) for a project proposed by a Participating Organization and denoted at Nav-i-GEE projects (“Project”). The Project Proposal must meet the following requirements (“Program Requirements”):

(a) the proposed Project should be executed end-to-end using Google Earth Engine.

(b) should be feasible for completion in six months during the Program Period.

(c) should be presentable in the form of a poster paper at the end of the Program.

(d) it must not be derogatory, offensive, threatening, defamatory, disparaging, libelous or contain any content that is inappropriate, indecent, sexual, profane, tortuous, slanderous, discriminatory in any way, or that promotes hatred or harm against any group or person, or otherwise does not comply with the theme and spirit of the Program or the Project.

(e) it must not contain content, material or any element that is unlawful, or otherwise in violation of or contrary to all applicable national, state, or local laws and regulations.

(f) it must not contain any content, material or element that displays any third party advertising, slogan, logo, trademark or otherwise indicates a sponsorship or endorsement by a third party, commercial entity or that is not within the spirit of the Program, as determined by Sponsor, in its sole discretion or the Project.

(g) it must be original, unpublished works that do not contain, incorporate or otherwise use any content, material or element that is owned by a third party or entity.

(h) it cannot contain any content, element, or material that violates a third party’s publicity, privacy or intellectual property rights.

(i) it is not the subject of any actual or threatened litigation or claim.

(j) it does not include any disparaging remarks, content relating to the Sponsor or a third party.

(k) Written parts of entries must be in English to be eligible. The Project Proposal must, at a minimum, must support English language use.

LIMIT ONE (1) ENTRY PER PERSON. Subsequent entries will be disqualified. All entries must be received by 11:59:59 p.m. (IST) on 10th January 2023. Entries are void if they are in whole or part illegible, incomplete, damaged, altered, counterfeit, obtained through fraud, or late. All entries will be deemed made by the authorized account holder of the email address submitted at the time of entry, and the potential finalist may be required to show proof of being the authorized account holder for that email address. The "authorized account holder" is the natural person assigned to an email address by an Internet service provider, online service provider, or other organization responsible for assigning email addresses for the domain.

During the Application Period, the Judges (defined below) will be evaluating each Project Proposal to ensure that it meets the Program Requirements. The Sponsor reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to disqualify any entrant who submits a Project Proposal that does not meet the Requirements. Incomplete entries or entries not complying with these Rules are subject to disqualification.

6. JUDGING: Each entry will be judged by a panel of experts (“Judges”) selected by the Sponsor for this Program and denoted at NAV-i-GEE Participating ORG ( (“Participating Organisations”). On or about 19th January 2023, each Project Proposal will be evaluated by the Judges based on the following broad criteria:

Overall approach for implementation of Project.

Detailedness of proposal in terms of execution.

Creativity in terms of suggestions for improvements/innovations to the Project.

Feasibility of execution over Program Period.

Participant’s prior experience working with Google Earth Engine platform.

Participant’s background in related research domain.

Judges will evaluate and attribute a score to each Project Proposal made up of scores based upon the above-listed criteria. The twelve entities (1 entry per Project per participant) that receive the highest overall scores will be selected as the potential finalist(s). In the event of a tie, the Project Proposal that received the higher score from the Judges in the category of ‘Overall approach for implementation of Project’ will be selected as one of the potential finalists. In the event a potential finalist is disqualified for any reason, the Project Proposal that received the next highest total score will be chosen as the potential finalist.

On or about 1st week of Feb 2023, the potential finalists will be selected and notified by email to your email address registered at the time of making your entry. If a potential finalist does not respond by accepting the notification attempt within three (3) days from the notification attempt, then such potential finalist will be disqualified and an alternate potential finalist will be selected from among all eligible entries received based on the judging criteria described herein. Except where prohibited by law, each potential finalist may be required to provide any additional information and proofs that may be required by Sponsor. To confirm your participation of a potential finalist in the Program, the potential finalist will be required to accept the terms of a participant agreement (“Participant Agreement”) and if required, must provide all such required documents requested by IITTNiF within 2 business days following attempted notification or such potential finalist will be deemed disqualified from the Program and another potential finalist will be selected based on the judging criteria described herein. All notification requirements, as well as other requirements within these Rules, will be strictly enforced.

Determinations of Judges are final and binding.

7. FEES: Each confirmed finalist will be paid fees of INR 1,20,000/- (PG Students) or INR 1,80,000/- (PhD Scholars), the amount will be received by you over the course of the program period for six months from 1 February 2023 to 31 August 2023 (“Program Period”). The fees is provided to support your Project Submission for the Program.

The fees will be received subject to confirmation and receiving the Participation Agreement and other required documents and proofs as requested. You will forfeit the fees (whole or part) if you fail to provide required documentation or comply with your responsibilities relating to the Program and Project during the Program Period.

If a potential finalist fails to provide such documentation or comply with such laws, the fees may be forfeited and Google & IITTNiF may, in its sole discretion, select an alternative potential finalist.

8. DURING THE PROGRAM PERIOD: Once your Project Proposal is accepted you are assigned a mentor from the Participating Organization linked to the Project (“Mentor”). Consistent access to mentors is one of the most valuable parts of the Program. Your mentor is going to work with you throughout the Program to help you be successful, but you also need to make sure you are contributing to and helping to manage your relationship with your mentor. To complete the Program, you will be required to submit on or before the deadline a poster paper (“Program Submission”).

You will perform all necessary additional steps required to complete the Program within the Program Period, including:

  • work with your mentor to layout a clear schedule for regular meetings, reports, check-ins and any planned time off.
  • setting progressive milestones with completion dates under the guidance of the Mentor.
  • be committed during the Program Period. If you know in advance that you’ll need to take a couple of days of vacation/break during the Program Period, you should communicate that with your Mentor beforehand and plan to make up for lost days.
  • enabling assessment of the milestones achieved by your Mentor.
  • review and feedback regarding your Project Submission from your Mentor at regular intervals through mutually agreed communication channels and on mutually agreed days. It is extremely important that you and your Mentor are on the same page in terms of the project status and plans. Your mentor is your biggest resource and you should make sure that you capitalize on that well.
  • be respectful to your Mentors time. Regularly missing scheduled meetings without prior notice and failing to come prepared to meetings is likely to cause your Mentor to not want to continue helping you with your Project Submission. Remember your Mentor is your most valuable resource to help you complete the Program successfully.
  • working diligently to complete the Project Submission in accordance with the progressive milestones and as per the criteria of the Participating Organization.
  • participating in the Participating Organization’s community and adhering to the Organization's internal rules and codes of conduct.
  • completing a mid-term evaluation with the Mentor to assess the Participant’s progress.
  • submitting the Project Submission by the deadline.
  • If the Sponsor reasonably believes that you have failed to meet the foregoing responsibilities, the Sponsor may remove you from the Program.

9. FINAL PROJECT SUBMISSION AND COMPLETION: You must submit your Project Submission through the Program Site by 11:59 p.m. (IST) on 31 August 2023. If you fail to do so, you will be deemed to have received a failing grade on the final, regardless of the actual grade you have received from the Mentor. Successful completion of the Program, you will be awarded with a certificate of participation. In addition to this, your Project Submission may be displayed on the Program Site at the Sponsor or its affiliates discretion.

11. GENERAL CONDITIONS: All federal, state, provincial and local laws and regulations apply. IITTNiF reserves the right to disqualify you from the Program if, in IITTNiF’s sole discretion, it reasonably believes that you have attempted to undermine the legitimate operation of the Program by cheating, deception, or other unfair playing practices or annoys, abuses, threatens or harasses any other participant, IITTNiF, or the Judges or your Mentor.

12. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS: By submitted the Project Proposal and the Project Submission in this Program, you warrant and represent that (s)he owns all of the intellectual and industrial property rights in and to the Project Proposal and the Project Submission. Further, the participant agrees that if any portion of the Project Proposal or the Project Submission along with any research paper result from the Project Submission should be deemed to be owned by the participant that (s)he will, as a condition of entry to the Program, grant IITTNiF a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to use, reproduce, publicly perform, publicly display and create a derivative work from, the Project Proposal or the Project Submission that participant submits solely for the purposes of allowing IITTNiF to advertise, display, demonstrate, or otherwise promote the Program or IITTNiF. The participant specifically agrees that IITTNiF shall have the right to use, reproduce, publicly perform, and publicly display the Project Proposal or the Project Submission in connection with the advertising and promotion of the Program and IITTNiF, via communication to the public or other groups, including, but not limited to the right to make screenshots, animations and video clips available for promotional purposes.

13. PRIVACY: You acknowledge and agree that IITTNiF may collect, store, share and otherwise use personally identifiable information provided during the registration process and the Program, including, but not limited to, name, mailing address, phone number, and email address. IITTNiF will use this information in accordance with its Privacy Policy, including for administering the Program and verifying your identity, email address and telephone number in the event an entry qualifies for any payment.

If you do not provide the mandatory data required at registration or for participation in the Program, Google reserves the right to disqualify the entry.

You have the right to request access, review, rectification or deletion of any personal data held by IITTNiF in connection with the Program by writing to IITTNiF at this email address [email protected].

14. PUBLICITY: By accepting fees, you agree to Sponsor and its agencies use of your name and/or likeness and the Project Proposal or Project Submission for advertising and promotional purposes without additional compensation, unless prohibited by law.

15. WARRANTY, INDEMNITY AND RELEASE: You warrant that your Project Proposal and Project Submission is your original work and, as such, they are the sole and exclusive owner and rights holder of the submitted Project Proposal and Project Submission and that you have the right to submit the Project Proposal and Project Submission in the Program and grant all required licenses. You agree not to submit any Project Proposal and Project Submission that (1) infringes any third party proprietary rights, intellectual property rights, industrial property rights, personal or moral rights or any other rights, including without limitation, copyright, trademark, patent, trade secret, privacy, publicity or confidentiality obligations; or (2) otherwise violates the applicable state or federal law.
To the maximum extent permitted by law, you indemnify and agree to keep indemnified Program Entities at all times from and against any liability, claims, demands, losses, damages, costs and expenses resulting from any act, default or omission of the entrant and/or a breach of any warranty set forth herein. To the maximum extent permitted by law, you agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Program Entities from and against any and all claims, actions, suits or proceedings, as well as any and all losses, liabilities, damages, costs and expenses (including reasonable attorney’s fees) arising out of or accruing from (a) any Project Proposal or Project Submission or other material uploaded or otherwise provided by you that infringes any copyright, trademark, trade secret, trade dress, patent or other intellectual property right of any person or defames any person or violates their rights of publicity or privacy, (b) any misrepresentation made by you in connection with the Program; (c) any non-compliance by you with these Rules; (d) claims brought by persons or entities other than the parties to these Rules arising from or related to your involvement with the Program; and (e) acceptance, possession, misuse or use of the fees or participation in any Program-related activity or participation in this Program.
You release IITTNiF from any liability associated with: (a) any malfunction or other problem with the Program Site; (b) any error in the collection, processing, or retention of entry information; or (c) any typographical or other error in the printing, offering or announcement of any fees or the finalists; (d) any claim, loss or demand or damages arising from the use of the Project Site or the information, content or materials included on the Project Site. In no event will the Program Entities be liable to you for any indirect or consequential loss or damage and whether or not advised of the possibility of such claim, loss, demand or damages and arising in tort (including negligence), contract or otherwise, to the fullest extent permitted by law.

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17. RIGHT TO CANCEL, MODIFY OR DISQUALIFY: If for any reason the Program is not capable of running as planned, including infection by computer virus, bugs, tampering, unauthorized intervention, fraud, technical failures, or any other causes which corrupt or affect the administration, security, fairness, integrity, or proper conduct of the Program, IITTNiF reserves the right at its sole discretion to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the Program. IITTNiF may modify these Rules to reflect any modifications to the Program or to comply with applicable law. Any changes made will be effective immediately, which will be given by posting the revised Rules on this page. Continued participation in the Program after such notice will be deemed acceptance of such changes. IITTNiF further reserves the right to immediately remove or disqualify you from the Program if IITTNiF believes, in its sole discretion, that you have attempted to undermine the legitimate operation of the Program, including:


  • Providing false eligibility information during registration
  • Providing unoriginal, copied or submissions during registration
  • Breaching or refusing to comply with these Rules
  • Threatening or harassing the Program Entities including the Mentors
  • Tampering, interfering with or deliberately damaging the administration of the Program or the Program Site or with the ability of other participants to participate in the Program
  • Submitting content that is not original or plagiarized
  • violates the rights of a third party
  • is lewd, obscene, pornographic, racist, sexist, or otherwise inappropriate to the Program
  • violates any applicable law
  • misrepresents identity, mailing address, telephone number, email address, ownership of right
  • Guilty of violating any criminal or civil laws

18. NOT AN OFFER OR CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT: Under no circumstances shall the submission Project Proposal or Project Submission into the Program, the awarding of fees, or anything in these Rules be construed as an offer or contract of employment with either IITTNiF, or the Program Entities. You acknowledge that you have submitted your Project Proposal or Project Submission voluntarily and not in confidence or in trust. You acknowledge that no confidential, fiduciary, agency or other relationship or implied-in-fact contract now exists between you and IITTNiF or the Program Entities and that no such relationship is established by your submission of a Project Proposal or Project Submission under these Rules.

19. FORUM AND RECOURSE TO JUDICIAL PROCEDURES: These Rules shall be governed by, subject to, and construed in accordance with the laws of the jurisdiction of Srikalahasti and Tirupati, Tirupati district, Andhra Pradesh, excluding all conflict of law rules. If any provision(s) of these Rules are held to be invalid or unenforceable, all remaining provisions hereof will remain in full force and effect. To the extent permitted by law, the rights to litigate, seek injunctive relief or make any other recourse to judicial or any other procedure in case of disputes or claims resulting from or in connection with this Contest are hereby excluded, and all Participants expressly waive any and all such rights.

20. ARBITRATION: By entering the Program, you agree that exclusive jurisdiction for any dispute, claim, or demand related in any way to the Program will be decided by binding arbitration. All disputes between you and IITTNiF of whatsoever kind or nature arising out of these Rules, shall be submitted to courts within the jurisdiction of Srikalahasti and Tirupati, Tirupati district, Andhra Pradesh , before one arbitrator to be mutually agreed upon by both parties. The parties agree to share equally in the arbitration costs incurred.

21. ASSIGNMENT: You may not assign this Agreement or any part of it without IITTNiF’s prior written consent.


Navitha Varsha

Organization: ATREE

Project Title: Early Warning Systems For Conservation Of River Dolphins And Gharials In India’s Gangetic Flood-Plain Rivers.


Ankur Shringi

Organization: NCBS

Project Title: Spatially Continuous Mapping Of Forest Structure Combining GEDI And PALSAR Data



Organization: NCF

Project Title: Mapping Dynamic Morphology Of Rivers And Its Impact For Birds


Walter Samuel

Organization: CSTEP1

Project Title: Visualization And Analysis Of Flood Events In India.



Organization: Paani.Earth

Project Title: Estimating & Automatically Extracting Surface Water Extent And Chlorophyll Concentrations.


Arun Mitra Peddireddy

Organization: UMC

Project Title: City Health Plans For Lucknow, Varanasi And Fatehpur In Uttar Pradesh.


Vaishnavi Honap

Organization: WRI

Project Title: Semi-Automated Coastline Delineation For India In Google Earth Engine.



Organization: CEEW

Project Title: Semi-Automated Coastline Delineation For India In Google Earth Engine.



Organization: CSTEP

Project Title: Computing Climate Risk Indicators Using GEE (CCRI-GEE).


Hemakshi Malik

Organization: ICRISAT

Project Title: Crop Yield Mapping Using Google Earth Engine.


Kuldeep Singh Kushwaha

Organization: ICRISAT

Project Title: Identifying Suitable Areas For Various Crops Across India Using Google Earth Engine.



Organization: WOTR

Project Title: Automated Farm Boundary Detection And Farm Level Crop Health Monitoring In Rural Landscapes Of India Using GEE.


Dhanasekaran Kanagasabapathi

Organization: CEEW

Project Title: Dynamic Tool To Map Agricultural Residue Burnt Area Using Sentinel-2.


Naga Sasidhar Reddy Alavala

Organization: MSSRF

Project Title: Quantification Of Above Ground Biomass In Auroville Green Belt Using Google Earth Engine.



Organization: CSIR (NEERI)

Project Title: Quantification Of Cooling Island Effect Of Urban Green Spaces And Water Bodies.

Nav-i-GEE is a very intimate program and we have invited chosen orgs to send in their project proposals.
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