NESAC has conducted a one week short course on ‘Applications of Remote Sensing & GIS in Water Resources’ during November 25 – 29, 2019. This course mainly focused on understanding of remote sensing and GIS techniques to study the recent advances in water resources. The course consists of the series of lectures and practical on remote sensing, GIS and water resources. The course is designed with a view to provide understanding of the scientific concepts associated with remote sensing and its applications to various water resources problems. A total of 15 participants for different parts of North East attended the training program.