Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 26-29 December, 2006 | Centre for Science and Environment


Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 26-29 December, 2006

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List of participants
     

B Ramesh Kumar
Senior Scientific Assistant
Kerala State Remote Sensing and Environment Centre
Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 
rameshkumar_ksrec@rediffmail.com

Suhas Joshee
Geologist 
Advanced Centre for Water Resources Development and Management
Pune, Maharashtra 
suhasjoshee@jmail.com

Sarvar Khan
Engineer 
TCE Consulting Engineers Ltd.
New Delhi 
skhan@tce.co.in

Ram Avtar Agrawal
Sr Officer Safety
Vitlife Laboratories 
Gurgaon, Haryana
safety@vitalifelabs.com

Alpana Sharma
Student 
Vellore institute of technology
Dhanbad, Jharkhand 
alpusharma2006@gmail.com

 

Deepali Dutta
Freeelancer
Faridabad, Haryana 
deepali@technomanage.com

S Arunachalam
Asst. Chief Engineer 
ITC Maurya Sheraton
Hotel & Towers
New Delhi
s.arunaachalam@itcwelcomgroup.in
arunaachalams@yahoo.com

J.V.Kartik
Student 
Vellore institute of technology
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh 
joshulavks@gmail.com

Madhu Agrawal
Reader
Janki Devi Memorial College
New Delhi

Deepak Kaushik
Integrated Development Perspectives
Gurgaon, Haryana 
deepakkaushik@iitdalumni.com

Sejuti Basu
Kolkata
sejutibasu@yahoo.co.in

Training Date: 
26-29 December, 2006

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