Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 8-11 August, 2005 | Centre for Science and Environment

Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 8-11 August, 2005

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List of participants

 Mridul Issar
Reality Assistant
U S Embassy
New Delhi 

Hetal Shah
Deputy Manager (Technical) 
Gandhi Nagar.,

Sonia Gupta
Sr. Lecturer
Smt. J.D.Birla Institute

Jayesh Dave
Deputy Manager (Technical) 
Vadodara, Gujarat

Shirish Londhe
Senior Manager 
Archevista Engg. Pvt Ltd,
Pune,  Maharashtra

Pankaj Kumar M Patel
Deputy Manager (Technical) 
Patan, Gujarat

Surya Vrat Singh Rana
Quality Manager 
Bhandari and Associates
New Delhi

 Suchandra Bardhan
Lecturer, Dept. of Architecture
Jadavpur University

Chittaranjan Patra
Chief Engineer (Drilling)
Baroda, Gujarat

Rohit Soni
Engineering Inspector
U S Embassy
New Delhi


Aditya Pundir
Creative Grove
New Delhi,

M R Patil
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering,
B. V. B. College of Engineering and Technology,
HUBLI, Karnataka

Swapan Kumar Baksi
Vyakti Vikas Kendra (Tribal Welfare)

M S Balgangadhar
National Institute of Technical Teacher’s Training and Research (NITTTR

Baldev Setia
Assistant Professor 
Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology,
Kurukshetra, Haryana,

Biplab Ketan Paul
Coordinator of LOKVIKAS
Ahmedabad, Gujarat,

Mehul Pancholi
Water Security Programme (AIDMI)

Praveen Singh
Coordinator Natural Resource Management 
Global Idea.

Anil Dutt Vyas
Deapartment of Civil Engineering,

Training Date: 
8-11 August, 2005


  • A first-ever comprehensive scientific analysis of the US climate action plan 

    The threat of climate change is real and we can already see the impacts of extreme weather events in the sub-continent and beyond. There is no question that all countries must take on decisive steps to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, in the interests of all. 

  • CSE to release new analysis on number of trucks entering Delhi and their impact on its air quality 

    Every night after 10.00 PM and even earlier, Delhi’s roads are taken over by thousands of trucks. These gigantic vehicles enter and exit the city, leaving behind an immense pollution load in their wake.

  • Date: August- October 2015

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