Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Training Programme for Municpal functionaries, May 11-14, 2010 | Centre for Science and Environment

Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Training Programme for Municpal functionaries, May 11-14, 2010


 May 11-14, 2010


List of participants    
Alok Kumar Sharma
General Manager
Aligarh Nagar Nigam
Rajesh Thakur
Assistant Engineer
Sub-division No-II, 
Himachal Pradesh
Veer Singh Panwar
Assistant Engineer(Civil)
Delhi Jal Board
Purshottam Chaudhary
Executive Officer
Municipal Coorporation 
Parwanoo, Solan
Himachal Pradesh
Dwaipayan Pattnaik
Executive Enginner
Public Health Engineering Organisation
Bhubaneshwar, Orissa
Rajesh Kumar Yadav
Executive Engineer
Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam
Jalid Riyaz Banday
Divisional forest Officer
Forest Research Institute
Arvind Kumar Srivastava
Assistant Engineer
Nagar Nigam Varanasi
Sigra, U.P.
Harpal Singh Jurel
Public Health Engineer(JNNURM)
Nagar Nigam Agra,
M.G. Road, Agra
Suresh Chouhan
Municipal Engineer Urban Development
Municipal Council Hamirpur
Rajesh Chaudhary
Junior Engineer
Urban Development
Municipal Council Baddi
Umesh Chandra Chauresiya
Assistant Engineer
Nagar Nigam Gorakhpur
Ajay Gupta
Delhi Jal Board
VK Gupta
Delhi Jal Board

Narendra Kumar Dubey
Assistant Project Manager
Project Uday, ADB Nagar Nigam Jabalpur
Project Uday PIU Municipal Corporation
D.P. Singh
Assistant Engineer 
(Civil) c/o EE (C)DR-II
Delhi Jal Board
Er. Surinder Vashisht
Executive Engineer
Housing & Urban Development Authority
Yogesh Kumar Srivastava
junior Engineer
Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam
Lalit Kumar Mohanty
Superintending Engineer
P.H.E.O. H & UD Deptt.
Berhampur, Orissa
Champak Kumar Pradhan
Junior Engineer
Angul Municipality 
R.D. Shakya
Executive Engineer
JNNURM Nagar Nigam
JNNURM CELL-Manas Bhawan, 
Jabalpur, MP
Jiwan Singh Rana
Municipal Engineer
Municipal Council Urban Dharmshala
Lalit Katoch
Junior Engineer
Municipal Corporation, 
B.S. Rawat
Executive Engineer(Civil)
Delhi Jal Board, Delhi
Arun Gupta



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