Training Workshop on Managing Information Resources in the Digital Age, 2-5 September, 2008 | Centre for Science and Environment

Training Workshop on Managing Information Resources in the Digital Age, 2-5 September, 2008

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List of participants
Vidyadhar A. Walavalkar
Enviro Vigil
Avinash Modak
Associate Office Admin
Tata Motors Knowledge CentrePune
Bharat Mani Pradhan
Director: International Service
Rotary Club of Kalimpong
Anselm Rosario
Executive Director
Mythri Sarva Seva Samithi
Lona Pinto
Manager, Documentation Centre
Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Dr. Vinod Kumar Sharma
Information Scientist
National Institute of Plant Genome Research
New Delhi
Sonia Mitru
HR & Administration Executive
Navjyoti India Foundation
Vishnu Prashad Joshi
Astha Sansthan
Udaipur, Rajasthan
Mayukh Roy Chowdhury
Punj Lloyd Ltd
Anil Kumar Jha
Kathmandu, Nepal
Vijay Kumar Ladole
Chief Functionary
Community Action for Rural Development Society (CARD)
Amravati, Maharashtra
Prachi Singh
Consultant - Info Management
CAIRN India Ltd
Akshay Jasrotia
District Council Member Kangra
Lok Vigyan Kendra
Palampur, Himachal Pradesh
Biswajit Das Thakur
Public Relation Officer
Damodar Valley Corporation
Saumitra Chattopadhyay
Damodar Valley Corporation
R Bhattacharjee
Public Relation Officer
Damodar Valley Corporation
Sada Bihari Sahu
Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI)

Training Date: 
2-5 September, 2008


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