EIA Training Programme 29 October – 2 November, 2012 | Centre for Science and Environment

EIA Training Programme 29 October – 2 November, 2012

List of participants    

Imran Khan
Chintan Environmental Research & Action Group
C-14, 2nd Floor, Part-3, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi-24
Email: imran@chintan-india.org, imran2774@gmail.com

Pankaj Biswas
Vakksh Capital Company Ltd, Mumbai
VIII-Nonagheri, P.O. Canning, Dist: South 24 Parganas, West Bengal, Pin Code-743329
Email: biswaspankaj80@gmail.com

Sameer Kumar
Delhi Technological University, 2nd Year, Btech, Ene.
C-12-A, Lane No-2, Shashigarden, Mayur Vihar, Phase-1, Delhi-91

Gagandeep Singh
Panjab University Chandigarh
Ward No. 1, V.P.O. Longowal, Tehsil & Distt – Sangrur, Pin Code-148106
Email: gagan.longowalia@gmail.com

Kurukshetra University, Institute of Environmental Studies
H. No.- 1615, Sector-5, Kurukshetra, Haryana, Pin Code-136118

Dhruv Sehgal
Delhi College of Engg. (Delhi Technological University), 2nd Year, B.Tech-Environment Engineering
C-1/144-B, Lawrence Road, Keshav Puram, New Delhi
Email: dhruvsehgal99@yahoo.co.in

Tamimi A. A.
Vadodara, Gujarat
Email: tamimiaba@yahoo.com

P. Ravikumar
Department of Geography
Presidency College (A), Chennai-6000053/3, 1st Cross Street, MES Road, Ganapathy Puram East Tambaram, Chennai-59
Email: ravi6780@yahoo.com, ravikumarpalaniswamy@gmail.com

Aabid Hussain Mir
Sallar Pahalgam Anantnag
Jammu & Kashmir
Email: naturelover42@yahoo.in


Imran Khan
8/12, S.D. Colony Batamaloo Srinagar, Kashmir
Email: khanemu8274@gmail.com

Gourab Choudhury
University of Kalyani
C/o. Goutam Choudhury, P.M. Hospital, Sebapalli, Santiniketan Dist, Birbhum, West Bengal. Pin Code-731235
Email: cemk.gourab@gmail.com

Nabi Kanta Jha
University of Kalyani, West Bengal
L-22/1, Sarsuna Satellite Township, Kolkata-700061
Email: nabikanta@yahoo.co.in

Kamal Krishna Tamuli
Email: k_k_tamuli@yahoo.co.in

Nimish Sharma
Independent Researcher
C/o. Rajeev Sharma, H. No. 251-A, Pocket-G, Phase-II, Mayur Vihar, New Delhi-110091
Email: nimishsharma9@gmail.com

Kartikeya Sharma
Law College Dehradun
34 Inder Road, Dalanwala, Dehradun, 248001, Uttarakhand
Email: kartikeyasharma1989@gmail.com

Vikram Raju
SASTRA University
Tirumalaisamudram, Thanjavur-613401
Email: viksworld@yahoo.co.in

Khalid Bashir
Post Box 22666, Qatargas SEQ Dept. Doha-Qatar
Email: kbashir@qatargas.com.qa

Dhruv Katoria
Delhi Technological University), 2nd Year, B.Tech-Environmental Engineering
1737/12, Sohan Ganj, Old Subji Mandi, Delhi-110007
Email: dhruvkatoria@gmail.com

Pujarini Sen
Chintan Environmental Research & Action Group
C-14, 2nd Floor, Part-3, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi-24
Email: pujarini@chintan_india.org, pujarini89@gmail.com



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