Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 8-11 August, 2005 | Centre for Science and Environment


Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 8-11 August, 2005

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List of participants
     

 Mridul Issar
Reality Assistant
U S Embassy
New Delhi 
IssarM2@state.gov 

Hetal Shah
Deputy Manager (Technical) 
WASMO
Gandhi Nagar.
hetapina@yahoo.com,
swajaldhara_abd@yahoo.com

Sonia Gupta
Sr. Lecturer
Smt. J.D.Birla Institute
Kolkata 
dcsg@yahoo.co.in,
soniagupta@smtjdbi.org

Jayesh Dave
Deputy Manager (Technical) 
Wasmo
Vadodara, Gujarat
Jayesh1us2004@yahoo.co.in

Shirish Londhe
Senior Manager 
Archevista Engg. Pvt Ltd,
Pune,  Maharashtra
shirishlondhe@archivista.biz

Pankaj Kumar M Patel
Deputy Manager (Technical) 
Wasmo
Patan, Gujarat

Surya Vrat Singh Rana
Quality Manager 
Bhandari and Associates
New Delhi
suryavrat.rana@btopenworld.com

 Suchandra Bardhan
Lecturer, Dept. of Architecture
Jadavpur University
Kolkata
suchandrab@yahoo.com

Chittaranjan Patra
Chief Engineer (Drilling)
ONGC 
Baroda, Gujarat
patra_c@ongc.co.in

Rohit Soni
Engineering Inspector
U S Embassy
New Delhi 
Rohitsoni_33@yahoo.com

 

Aditya Pundir
Director 
Creative Grove
New Delhi 
aditya@creative-grove.com,
apundir@hotmail.com

M R Patil
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering,
B. V. B. College of Engineering and Technology,
HUBLI, Karnataka
mrpatil@bvb.edu

Swapan Kumar Baksi
Vyakti Vikas Kendra (Tribal Welfare)
Kolkata
aritra@vsnl.com
skBaksi1949@yahoo.com

M S Balgangadhar
National Institute of Technical Teacher’s Training and Research (NITTTR
Bhopal
sitalgare@epatra.com

Baldev Setia
Assistant Professor 
Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology,
Kurukshetra, Haryana
setia@nitkkr.ac.in, setia_b@rediffmail.com

Biplab Ketan Paul
Coordinator of LOKVIKAS
Ahmedabad, Gujarat
lokvikas@rediffmail.com, biplabkp@rediffmail.com

Mehul Pancholi
Engineer
Water Security Programme (AIDMI)
Ahmedabad 

Praveen Singh
Coordinator Natural Resource Management 
Global Idea.
Lucknow
dmi@icenet.co.in
mehulpancholi2002@yahoo.com
ps761@rediffmail.com

Anil Dutt Vyas
Deapartment of Civil Engineering,
MNIT
Jaipur 
anilduttvyas@rediffmail.com

Training Date: 
8-11 August, 2005

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