List of Participants 10th Tranining on Understanding EIA : From Screening to Decision-Making 1-5 Sep-2009 | Centre for Science and Environment


List of Participants 10th Tranining on Understanding EIA : From Screening to Decision-Making 1-5 Sep-2009

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List of participants

Alip Kumar Saha
Asst. Environmental Engineer
Kolkata - 700098 alip.ksaha@gmail.com

Alok Kumar Jain
Executive Engineer it_mpppcb@rediffmail.

B.K Chettri
Asst.Scientific Officer
Sikkim, Gangtok chettribinday@yahoo.in

Biji Abraham
Lecturer Chengannur
Kerala
bijiab17@gmail.com

Biren Nayak
Action Aed
Orissa
barenayak@actionaid .org

Biswajyoti sahoo
Sr Program Associate 
Bhubaneswar, Orrisa biswajyotisaha@gmail.com

B.Rudresh
Environment officer
rudresh-kspcb@yahoo.co.in
 
Deepak Bhargava
System administrator
Env. Incharge
Narsingapur (MP) Gadarwara bhargava@bla.co.in

G.S. Shivastava
Asst. Env. Engineer
U.P

J.d goswami 
Deputy. Env. Engineer
Gujarat
jayant_gpswami@yahoo.co.in

Md. Zeyauddin
Manager/Power strategy
Thane (W) mohama.zeyauddin@acclimited.com

Nirakar Pradhan
Proramme Officer
Taranaka, Secubdrabad nirakar.pradhan@gmail.com

Pankaj Pandey
Director
Aliganj, Lucknow sahaj_sahyog@yahoo.mail.com

Parul Gupta
Student
GKV, Haridwar  parulgupta_87@yahoo.co.in

 

S. Nagasena Reddy
President 
Hyderabad - 36
epcngo@gmail.com

Sandeep sharma
Asst. Mgr.(EECC)
Bilaspur (H.P) sandeep.sharma.@acclimited.com

Sonal Gaur
Dy. Manager (Environment) Sohal2gdd@yahoo.co.in

Sonali Singh
Research Scholar    
Udaipaur (Raj)
singhsonal82@gmail.com

V. T. Kadakabhavi
Environmental Officer
Karnataka 
kadakabhavi@yahoo.co.in

Mr, Amit Khare
Environment Teacher &
Executive Director     
Maleaon
a,itkahre@yahoo.co.in

Parveen Shaikh
Student MSc
Mumbai -68
praveen.sheikh@yahoo.co.in

J. Thirumalesh
Sr.Envl Engineer
Hyderabad
ssythiumalesh@gmail.com
           
Sankar Prasad Pani
Programe officer
Bhubaneswar, Orissa

Q.Q. Hassan
Env. Engineer
Kolkata98
hassanwbpcb@yahoo.com.

Bharat Purohit
Environmental Consultant
Kolhappur
purohitbk@gmail.com

Shrikant B. Vyawhare
project fellow
Napur (MH) 4400020 shrikant655@gmail.com

Rajiv Rai
Sci. - B    SPCB -
Sikkim, Gangtok
rungvangsa@yahoo.co.in

Pritesh Nandvikar
Lecturer, Panvel. 410206 (MH)
Navi Mumbai
n_pritesh@yaho.com.

     

 

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