Training Programme on Managing Information Resources in the Digital Age 12-15 January, 2010 | Centre for Science and Environment


Training Programme on Managing Information Resources in the Digital Age 12-15 January, 2010

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List of Participants
 
Arun Kumar Tyagi
Nanak Research Foundation
Jyotiba Phule Nagar, Uttar Pradesh 
aadharp@gmail.com
 

Gagan Singhal
Rotary International South Asia Office
Correspondent
New Delhi 
gagan.singhal@rotary.org
 

Ranjana Kumari
Programme Officer – Documentation
ARAVALI
Rajasthan
ranjana@aravali.org.in
 

Champeswar Mishra
Library and Information Officer
Chandragupt Institute of Management Patna (CIMP)  
Patna, Bihar
champeswarm@gmail.com
 
Sunanda Kulkarni
Librarian cum Admin Officer
BAIF Development Research Foundation,
Pune 
sunandakulkarni@baif.org.in
 
Getzi Joel
Project Officer
Development Focus
Bangalore 
getzy@devfocus.in, 
getzyjoel@yahoo.co.in
 
Meenakshi
Consultant
Plan India
New Delhi
meenakshimee-dec@rediffmail.com
 

Rajesh Upadhaya Adhikari
Promotional Manager
Environment & Public Health Organization (ENPHO)
Kathmandu, Nepal
radhikari@mail.com.np
 
Ashim Khadka
IT Advisor
Friends Service Council Nepal (FSCN)
Kathmandu 
ashimkhadka4@gmail.com
 
Bimala Khanal
Documentation Officer
Integrated Development Society 
Kathmandu  Nepal
bimala189@hotmail.com
 
Shiva Prasad Adhikari
Senior Officer
Nepal Red Cross Society National Headquarters
Kathmandu, Nepal
shiva.adhikari@nrcs.org
 

Anamika Singh Bhandary
Documentation Officer
Nepal Water for Health (NEWAH)
Kathmandu, Nepal
asingh@newah.org.np
 

Anita Pradhan
Documentation Manager
WaterAid in Nepal (WAN)
Lalitpur, Nepal
anitapradhan@wateraidnepal.org.np
 

Sanjeev Talwar
Sr. Counsellor
National Consumer Helpline, 
Delhi
sanjeev.nch@gmail.com
 

Prakash Gouda
Dy Librarian
Fore School of Management
New Delhi 
prakash@fsm.ac.in
 
Mahendra Singh Rao
Assistant Librarian
Institute of Management, Nirma University
Ahmedabad
mahendra_singh29@rediffmail.com

Training Date: 
12-15 January, 2010

Announcements

  • This interdisciplinary month-long summer certificate course on environment and development issues allows Indian participants to understand and critically evaluate issues that lie at the interface of environment and development- poverty, democracy, equity and justice.

  • Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an important tool for decisionmakers, regulators and stakeholders to understand the potential impacts (adverse as well as favourable) of the developmental activities on environment and society. EIA is a process to internalize the externalities associated with the project activities and cost for decision—making.

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    Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) recognises CSR as a key business process that helps organisations demonstrate their commitments to being socially responsible. In fact, after the amendment of Companies Act in 2013 and promulgation of CSR Rules in 2014, addressing and reporting CSR performance has become mandatory.

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