List of Participants 8th Tranining on Understanding EIA : From Screening to Decision-Making 18th April to 9th May-2009 | Centre for Science and Environment

List of Participants 8th Tranining on Understanding EIA : From Screening to Decision-Making 18th April to 9th May-2009



List of participants

Akhilesh Kumar
Ashok Nagar, Ranchi 

S.S Mahto Ranchi
Akshay Jasrotia
P.O. Kharanal (Paprola)
Tehsil Baynath,
District Kangra HP

Harsh Vatsyayan
Dist. Bilaspur, HP

Ginseng Sangma
Meghalaya - 794102
Ashit Sangma 
South Garo Hills
Meghalaya - 794102

Twinkle A Sangma 
South Garo Hills,
Meghalaya - 794102         
Prosper Marak
South Garo Hills,
Meghalaya - 794102         
Dr Harcharan Singh  

KB Kotresh
Parvathi Nagar, Bellary

R Puranik
Navanagar, Bagalkot    
GS Naik
Kalahandi, Orissa    
Charted Accountant
Mangalore, Karnataka - 575003

Dr. SP Banerjee
Kolkata -700060



Prof. CK Varshney
Member, EAC, MoE
New Delhi -110067
Mr. M Hanumappa
Group General Manager
Gurgaon -122002
Dr. Arjit Dey
Senior Scientist new delhi

Dr. GV Subramanium
Director (Scientific), MoEFND          
Mr. Vinay Mahajan
Former DGMS New
Delhi - 110013

Monali Zeya Hazra
New Delhi - 110062
Sujit Kumar Singh
Assistant Coordinator,
New Delhi - 110062
Nivit Yadav
Assistant Coordinator
New Delhi - 110062
Sanjeev Kumar Kanchan
Research Associate,
New Delhi - 110062
Sugandh Juneja
Research Associate,
New Delhi - 110062





  • Environmental issues like climate change, water availability, pollution, waste generation and disposal are commanding considerable global attention. Industries, as a major user of raw materials and energy and source of pollution and waste generation, have a major role in addressing current and emerging environmental issues.

  • CSE is organizing a global workshop on SMART and Affordable Monitoring titled “Asia-Africa Regulators Conclave on SMART & Affordable monitoring”, which is scheduled from 5 to 7 February 2018.

    Two of the main factors of sustainable development are air and water quality. Since they are important for basic human needs and development, it is therefore imperative to monitor air and water quality in order to ensure that their quality meet the regulatory standards.

  • Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS) and Continuous Effluent Quality Monitoring System (CEQMS) are mandatory for 17 categories of industries and common pollution treatment facilities in India. Grossly polluting industries also require monitoring and reporting effluent quality on real time basis. In near future, the real time data will become the basis for compliance check.

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