Capacity Building on E-waste and E-waste Rules | Centre for Science and Environment


Capacity Building on E-waste and E-waste Rules

 

 

Participant List

 

RAJEEV RANJAN
Government of Haryana
Email: rajeevranjan786@gmail.com

SUBHASH PANWAR
Uttrakhand Pollution Control Board, Dehradun
Email: panwar_ueppcb@rediffmail.com

SANDEEP M. MOTEGAONKAR 
Maharashtra Pollution Control Board 
Email: sandeep.motegaonkar@mpcb.gov.in
msandeep82@gmail.com

BISMA SAYEED
J&K State Pollution Control Board

DODDASHANAIAH
Karnataka State Pollution Control Board
Email: doddashanaiah@rediffmail.com

ASHIQ HUSSAIN DAR
J&K Pollution Control Board
Email: ashiqhussain@rediffmail.com

DR. D.K. BEHERA
State Pollution Control Board, Odisha 
Email: dk_behera@yahoo.com

M.V. BALA SUBRAHMANYAM
Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board
Email: mvb.subrahmanyam@yahoo.co.in.

RAMESH KUMAR EKKA
SPC Board, Odisha
Email: chemical_042@yahoo.com

MOHAMMED AYUB AHANGER
J&K State Pollution Control Board
Email: ayub.ahanger@hotmail.com

 

SANGRAM S. NIMBALKAR
Maharashtra Pollution Control Board
Email: sangramnimbalkar @gmail.com

S. BEENA LAHARI
Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board
Email: singoibuns@yahoo.com

S. RAJASHEKARA
Karnataka State Pollution Control Board
Email: rajashekara@gmail.com

SRIVATSAVA
Andhra Pradesh Pollution
Control Board
Email: sripcb@gmail.com

Mrs. K. NALINI
Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board 
Email: nalsen@sify.com

Dr. PRAVEEN KOTHARI
Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board 
Email: prvnkothari@gmail.com

DR. AJAY KHARE
Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board 
Email: ajay.khare772@gmail.com

B.Y. MUNI PRASAD
Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board
Email: Hyderabadregionaloffice@gmail.com

M. VIJAYALAKSHMI
Tamil Nadu pollution Control Board 
Email: tnpcbmdu@gmail.com

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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