Mohan has been involved in mining education for nearly two decades. His research and academic experience includes working at Monash University and CSIRO, Australia, Yale University, USA and IIT Bombay and India. His teaching philosophy combines a theoretical background backed by real-world examples, through integration of field-based, project-based and hands-on learning experiences. Mohan pioneered the use of a variety of pedagogical practices, such developing industry-centric curriculum and industry-based learning to achieve effective teaching-learning outcomes. He has been recognized as one of the leading experts in the area of sustainable mineral resources. His research focuses on mine rehabilitation and closure and sustainability frameworks/tools and their application mining industry.Read more about Mohan Yellishetty's research
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A golden opportunity
Australia’s abandoned mines could become community assets, rather than liabilities.