Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting: December 26 – 29, 2012 | Centre for Science and Environment


Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting: December 26 – 29, 2012

 
List of participants    
     

K C Wankhede
Deputy Director, GSDA, Maharasthra
ddgsdansk@yahoo.co.in

M.S.Gajbhiye
Deputy Director, GSDA, Maharasthra
gajbhiyemukul@gmail.com

P.L.Salve
Senior Geologist, GSDA, Maharasthra
srgeojln@rediffmail.com

V.R. Bhusari
Senior Geologist, GSDA, Maharasthra
viju_bhusari@rediffmail.com
gsdawardha@gmail.com

P.M Shelar
I/C Senior Geologist, GSD, Maharasthra
prakashshelar999@yahoo.com

Kishor.N Deshmukh
Assistant Geologist, GSDA, Maharasthra
kndeshmukh@yahoo.com

Rajender Singh
Executive Engineer. PHED, Haryana
ee1nuh@gmail.com

Aquil Ahmed
Executive Engineer, South Delhi Municipal Corporation
aqilaqil@gmail.com

Arun Kumar
Executive Engineer,  South Delhi Municipal Corporation
y_arun01@yahoo.co.in

Shailash Kumar
Executive Engineer,  South Delhi Municipal Corporation
shailesh_thakur2005@yahoo.co.in

B.L.Shivarudraiah
Asst. Executive Engineer, PA to EE (NW)
Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board
Karnataka
shivarudraiahbl@gmail.com
eenw@bwssb.org

Manish Avasthi
Ex Engineering, Lucknow Nagar Nigam
Uttar Pradesh
manish.yss10@yahoo.com

Vikas Kumar
Subdivisional Engineer
Punjab Water Supply & Sewerage Board
vikaskumar204@gmail.com

Ashish Rai
Subdivisional Engineer
Punjab Water Supply & Sewerage Board
anish866@gmail.com

S.S.Dhakate
Assistant Engineer, PHED
Raipur, Chatisgarh
shankar.dhakate61@gmail.com

Sushil Kumar Mittal
E.O/Secy, Paonta, Himachal Pradesh
eo_mcpaontasahib@rediffmail.com

Prakash Chand Sharma
E.O/Secy Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh
mcblp@yahoo.in

R.Murugan 
Assitant Engineer,
Salem Corporation , Salem,
Tamil Nadu
murugu006@gmail.com

 

N.Kamalanathan
Municipal Engineer, Namakkal,
Tamil Nadu
commr.namakkal@tn.gov.in
V. Gunasekaran
Assitant Engineer,
Bodinayakanur Municipality,
Tamil Nadu
commr.bodi@tn.gov.in

P. Selvakumar
Assitant Engineer, Vellore,
Tamil Nadu
selva_ks79@rediffmail.com

S. Nagesh
Assitant Executive Engineer,
Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu
nrao_rao909@rediffmail.com

Srikanth Rao
Joint Commissioner, Mangalore City Corporation, Karnantaka
ksraokas@gmail.com

K.Narasimhamurthy
Municipal Commissioner, City Municipal  Council,
Sagar, Shimoga District Karnantaka
itstaff_ulb_sagar@yahoo.com

Srikanth. R
Chief Officer, Town Municipal Council,
Chikkaballapura district, Bagepalli,
Karnataka
itstaff_ulb_bagepalli@yahoo.com

G.Praveen Kumar
Municipal Engineer, PHED, Markapur Municipality,
Andhra Pradesh
parveengundabathini@gmail.com

N. Ganesan
Assitant Executive Engineer,
Tamil Nadu Water Supply and Drainage Board,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu
jeehog@gmail.com

Udhayasingh. N.
Assistant Executive Engineer
TWAD Board, Tamil Nadu
aeekgm@gmail.com

Virender Madan
A.A.E, Shimla Municipal Corporation,
Himachal Pradesh
madanvirendrer@gmail.com

Satish Kumar Gupta
Subdivisional Engineer,
PHED, Haryana

Ajay A.N.Desai
Municipal Engineer – III,
Canacona Municipal Council, Goa
ajdessai@gmail.com

Nitin Kotharkar
Municipal Engineer,
Quepem Municipal Council, Goa
NITINKOTHARKAR@Gmail.com

Pandharinath Naik
Chief Officer,
Quepem Municipal Council, Goa

Manoj Arsekar
Municipal Engineer - II, Cuncolim Municipal Council, Goa
manojarsekar@gmail.com

Diptesh D. Desai
Municipal Engineer – III,
Curchrem – cacora Municipal Council, Goa
corchoremcacora.municipalcouncil@yahoo.com

Uday S.N.Dessai
Municipal Engineer – II, 
Curchrem – cacora Municipal Council, Goa 

Akash Kumar
GIS Specialist, Haridwar Nagar Nigam
nagarnigamharidwar@gmail.com

 

 

 

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