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Orientation Programme on Managing Urban Air Quality: Focus on Clean Vehicle Technology and Fuels

 
     
List of participants:
   
     

Mr. Shailendra Prakash Goyal
Executive Manager (S/P), Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Dr. Archana Dwivedi
Assistant Scientific Officer, Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board, Noida, Uttar Pradesh

Ms. Krati Awasthi
Scientific Assistant, Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh

Mr. Amarendra Singh
Scientific Assistant, Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board, Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Ms. Sheeba
Junior Scientific Officer, Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Ms. Prerna Lamba
Junior Scientific Officer, Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Mr. Sandeep Singh,
Assistant Environmental Engineer, Haryana State Pollution Control Board, Faridabad, Haryana

Dr. Rama Pal
Delhi

 

Mr. B. Sharad Adhikary
Director (Technical), Department of Transport Management, Ministry of Physical Planning, Works and Transport Management, Kathmandu, Nepal

Mr. Suresh Neupane
Engineer, Ministry of Physical Planning, Works and Transport Management, Kathmandu, Nepal

Mr. G. P. P Gampathi
Senior Environmental Officer, Central Environmental Authority, Battaramula, Sri Lanka

Mr. Rinchen Penjor
Environment Officer, National Environment Commission, Thimphu, Bhutan

Ms. Dechen Lham
Environment Quality Standard Technician, National Environment Commission, Thimphu, Bhutan

Ms. Ugyen Lhamo
Assistant Registration and Licensing Officer, Road Safety and Transport Authority, Ministry of Information and Communications, Thimphu, Bhutan

 

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    The Center for Science and Environment (CSE) is pleased to announce a five-day training programme aimed at giving practical inputs to participants on conducting sector-specific Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for mining and mineral industry from 6th-10th November 2017.

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