South Asia URWH Trainning Programme, Nagarkot, Nepal, Feb 14-15, 2012 | Centre for Science and Environment


South Asia URWH Trainning Programme, Nagarkot, Nepal, Feb 14-15, 2012

 
     
List of participants    
     

Rajendra Prasad Pandeya
Engineer
Dept. of Urban design & Building construction
Anamnagar
dudbc@ntc.net.np
pandeyaa_rajendra@yahoo.com

Shekar Chandra Kc
Engineer
Dept of water supply & sewerage
Panipokhari, Katmandu
Shekharkc306@hotmail.com

Kabindra Bikram karki
SDE
Dept of water supply & sewerage
Panipokhari, Katmandu
dwssmne@gmail.com
kb.karki@gmail.com

Bhoj Bikram Thapa
SDE
Dept of water supply & sewerage
Panipokhari, Katmandu
bhojenv@yahoo.com

Himesh Ananda Vaidya
SCE
Project Implementation Directorate
Anamnagar, Katmandu
hav_anu@live.com

Bijaya Man Shrestha
Manager
Kathmandu uptyaka khanepani Ltd
Tripureshwar, Katmandu
bijayams@gmail.com

Ravi kumar Rai
Engineer
Kathmandu uptyaka khanepani Ltd
Tripureshwar, Katmandu

Surya Raj Kadel
SDE
Dept of water supply & sewerage
Panipokhari, Katmandu
kadel64@yahoo.com

Madhav Prasad Nepal
Engineer
Melamchi water supply development board
Min Bhawan, Katmandu
nepalmadhav6439@hotmail.com
 

 

Dinesh Adikari
Engineer
MPPKL
Dinesh_872@yahoo.com

Keshav Raj Bista
SDE
Dept of water supply & sewerage
Panipokhari, Katmandu
krbista@yahoo.com

Dipendra Bahadur Bista
Sub-Engineer
Dept. of urban development & building construction
Babarmahal , Katmandu
dipenbista@gmail.com

Ganesh Marasini
Engineer
Dept of water supply & sewerage
Panipokhari, Katmandu
dwssmne@gmail.com
ganeshmarasini@gmail.com

Siddhi Ratna Shakya
Engineer
Dept of water supply & sewerage
Babarmahal , Katmandu
siddhiratna58@yahoo.com

Sunil Karmacharya
Engineer
Dept. of Urban development & Building construction
Babar Mahal, Katmandu
Karmacharya.sunil@yahoo.com

Arun kumar Karna
Engineer
Dept of water supply & sewerage
Panipokhari, Katmandu
Er_arunkarna@yahoo.com

Manish kumar Raj
Engineer
Melamchi water supply development board
Min Bhavan, Katmandu
RAJ_ACEM@yahoo.com

Ram kumar shrestha
Engineer
High powered committee for integrated development of Bagmati civilization (HPCIDBC), Guheswori, Katmandu
ramkumar.gon@gmail.com
 

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