Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 13-17 July, 2009 | Centre for Science and Environment


Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 13-17 July, 2009

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List of participants
     

Ajay Kumar
Registrar
Sulabh Academy of Environmental Sanitation & Public Health
New Delhi
shriajaykumar@gmail.com

Dr P K Jha
Advisor technical
Sulabh Academy of Environmental Sanitation & Public Health
New Delhi
shriajaykumar@gmail.com

Hemanth Jain
Environmental Engineer 
NTPC
Noida 
badi_20011@rediffmail.com

Shweta Gupta
Architect
New Delhi 
g.shweta.05@gmail.com

Sudhakar Kurlekar
Hubli,
sudhakarkurlekar@yahoomail.co.in

Imran Alam Siddiqui
Engineer
Bosch
Jaipur 

Md. Tauseef Khan
Civil Engineer
Evonik Energy Services India Pvt. Limited
Noida
tauseefkhaan@gmail.com

Mohit Verma
Architect
New Delhi
mohver@gmail.com

 

Pradip Vithal Sarmokadam
President
Ecovision
Goa-
pradipskadam@rediffmail.com 

Lingaraj Gungadi
Project Engineer
Bangalore 
lingaraju_g05@yahoo.co.in

Madhusudhan Srinivas
Co-ordinator
INTACH
Bangalore 
madhusudhanschetty@gmail.com

N Krishnaswami
AGM
Bhartiya Reserve Bank Note Mudran Ltd,
Salboni, West Bengal
nkrishnaswamy@brbnmpl.co.in

Kazi Rashed Hyder
Programme Officer-Technical
WaterAid 
Bangladesh
rashed@wateraidbd.org

Mahipal Singh
Asst. program leader, Water Management
Institute of Rural Research and
development
The Sehgal Foundation
Gurgaon
mahipalsingh3in@yahoo.com

Bharathi Satyanarayana
Advocate
New Delhi
bar_satya@hotmail.com

Training Date: 
13-17 July, 2009

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