Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 18-21 April, 2005 | Centre for Science and Environment


Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 18-21 April, 2005

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List of participants
     

Anirban Gupta
Asst Professor
Deptt of Civil Engineering
Bengal Engineering and Science University
Shibpur, Howrah
guptaanirban@hotmail.com

Alka Manrai
Member Associate
Eureka Forbes Institute of Environment
New Delhi 
alkan@eurekaforbes.co.in

Nisha Sharma
Shillong. Meghalaya
shilloo@sify.com

Indra Sharan K C
Pawai Gamde Reasearch & Development
Kathmandu
indra.sharan@gmail.com

Abhay Kumar
Chief Scientific Officer
Bangalore
abhay@eurekaforbes.co.in

 

K M Johnson
Scientist
New Delhi
kmjohnson@eurekaforbes.co.in

Richa Srivastava
Centre for Environment Education
New Delhi
richa.srivastava@ceeindia.org

K.V.Rajeshwari
The Energy and Resources Institute
New Delhi
rajikv@teri.res.in

Atul Bhalla
Mira Model School
New Delhi
artatul@yahoo.co.in

Ahmad Ali
Executive Engineer,
Jamia Hamdard University
New Delhi
aliahmad151055@yahoo.co.in

Training Date: 
18-21 April, 2005

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