|Post Doctorate||1995||USDA, Bushland, Texas, USA.|
|Ph.D.||Water Resources Management||1984||Water Technology Center, IARI, New Delhi|
Datta, P. P. and Panda, R. K. 1997. Enhanced stream water quality assessment for river Yamuna. Best Paper Award in the 2nd International R&D Conference of the CBIP, 21-24 October 1997, Vadodara, Gujarat, pp I: 84-94.
Panda, R.K., and. Kurian, S.R. 1995. Optimal crop planning under wind pump irrigation system. Merit Award in the 1st International R&D Conference on Water & Energy, CBIP, 9-12 October 1995, New Delhi.
Behera, S., and Panda, R. K., 2003. Management options to control the Non-point source pollution of water resources in a small agricultural watershed. In: Environmental pollution, Allied publishers, pp 368-380.
Behera, S. K., and Panda, R. K., 2003. Eco-Friendly Optimum management of Land, Water and Nutrients in a small agricultural watershed. In: Watershed management, Allied publishers, pp 114-126.
Singh, R. K., Panda, R. K. and Satapathy, K. K., 2003. Simulation of runoff and sediment yields from sloppy land in north east India using a physically based model. In: Watershed Hydrology, Allied publishers, pp 376-386.
Kashyap, P. S. and. Panda, R. K. 2002. Effect of Irrigation Scheduling on Profile Soil Water Status and Water Use Efficiency under Scarcity Conditions. In: Advances in Civil Engineering, Allied Publishers, I: 313-320
Home, P. G., Panda, R. K and Kar S. 2002. Influence of Method and Scheduling of Irrigation on Management of Water and Fertilizer Nitrogen: Field and Simulation Studies. In: Advances in Civil Engineering, Allied Publishers, I: 279-285
Home, P. and Panda, R. K. 1998. Transport and retention of nitrate-N in the root zone under different irrigation scheduling techniques. In:Waste Recycling and Resouce Management in Developing World, University of Kalyani, India and International Ecological Engineering Society, Switzerland, pp 559-564.
Total Experience of nearly 30 years (more than 22 years at IIT Kharagpur) in UG and PG teaching, research & consultancy project s management and guidance of M.Tech ( 65) and Ph.D students (13 PhD completed& 3 in progress)