Following his retirement in 2009, he served as a consultant to the World Bank on a study titled "India: Institutional Framework and Organizational Arrangements for addressing Ground Water Resource Over-exploitation". As a Ground Water Expert, he has also reviewed the State Action Plan on Climate Change prepared by Environmental Planning & Co-ordination Organization of Madhya Pradesh Government.
His tremendous contributions can be noted in his 51 scientific articles which were published in national and international journals. He remains an active member of the Indian National Committee on Ground Water for R & D activities and continues to provide guidance on ground water to Madhya Pradesh Council for Science and Technology, Government of Madhya Pradesh.
He obtained his PhD in Geology from Barkatulla University, Bhopal and a Masters in Technology from University of Roorkee.