National Minimum Training Programme on Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement: September 2-28, 2013 | Centre for Science and Environment


National Minimum Training Programme on Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement: September 2-28, 2013

 

 

The basic purpose of the programme was to make the regulators understand the unique nature of the environmental and developmental challenges facing India and how India has tried to reconcile over the years. The programme emphasized the expanding role of environmental regulators with the changing nature of environmental governance.

It discussed the role and power of environment regulators defined under different acts and rules, understanding process and procedures for evidence collection and filling cases, role of judiciary, PILs, environmental courts and tribunals, environmental standards, their rationale and how they are developed, administrative tools to perform monitoring and inspection for ensuring compliance The programme provided the participants practical experience on the issues relating to environmental pollution in India and consisted of lectures, class exercises, group discussions, field visits, compliance monitoring and inspection exercises etc.

The programme also included lectures and discussions for one week on compliance, monitoring and enforcement from Environmental Officers of Swedish Environmental Protection Agency.

The training programme consisted of following sessions:-

  • Environmental Acts, legislations and standards
  • Waste management: Municipal Solid, Hazardous, Biomedical and E-waste
  • Municipal wastewater management: (With focus on Decentralised ways of management)
  • Managing notices, affidavits and consent
  • Compliance and Monitoring  
  • Swedish system of inspection and monitoring
  • Accreditation, Quality Control and Quality Assurance of a laboratory
  • Data Collection, interpretation and Analysis
  • Site Visit

 

 
See also: Programme schedule
 
 

Participant List

 

JITENDRA H. PURATE
MPCB (Maharashtra)
Email: jitendrapurate@yahoo.in

MAHENDRA SINGH
M.P.P.C.B

S.V. AUTI
MPCB
Field Officer
Email: autimpcb@gmail.com

S. SRINIVAS
Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board
Email: ssbalaji15@gmail.com

YOOFRANKY H LALOO
Meghalaya State Pollution Control Board,
Email: franks.laloo@gmail.com

DENZA CARDOZO
Goa State Pollution Control Board
Email: denzacardozo@rediffmail.com

SEBASTIO BARRETO
Goa State Pollution Control Board
Email: seby1011@rediffmail.com

J. SUMATHI
A.P. Pollution Control Board
Email: js.27@rediffmail.com

NAMDEV PANDURANG DARSEWAD
Maharashtra Pollution Control Board
Email: nageshyevatikar@yahoo.co.in

 

R. R. BHANWAR
M.P. Pollution Control Board Vijaypur Guna
Email: rrbhanwar@gmail.com

A. SRI SAMYUKTHA
Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board
Email: samyusharma@gmail.com

RAVINDRA ANKUSH RAO JADHAV
Maharashtra Pollution Control Board
Email: jadhav.ravi1984@gmail.com

MANISH G. BARAD
Gujarat Pollution Control Board
Email: manibarad@gmail.com

PHILBERT NIYONZIMA
Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority

RAHUL R. KANAUJIA
Gujarat Pollution Control Board
Email: prithvi.kanojia@yahoo.in

NARSIM HULU. G.
Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board
Email: gollanarsimhulu@rediff mail.com

NAINISH ISHVARLAL KAPADIA
Gujarat Pollution Control Board
Email: nik2365@gmail.com

Dr D Chinappa Reddy
Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board
Email: dchinappareddy@rediffmail.com

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Feedback
 

“The course was very well designed and conceptualized. The practical knowledge gained in the course of the programme can very well be utilized in our work on field.”

Rahul R Kanaujia
Gujarat State Pollution Control Board

 

The course is moulding environmental regulators keeping in mind the past, present and future environmental issues. We gained excellent knowledge of new practices and ideas to deal with pollution and manage our environment.

Sebastiao Barretto,
Goa State Pollution Control Board

 

 

 

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