Urban Rainwater Harvesting Trainning Programme for NOIDA officials : August 10-12, 2010 | Centre for Science and Environment


Urban Rainwater Harvesting Trainning Programme for NOIDA officials : August 10-12, 2010


   
List of participants    
     
Mr A. K. Saxena
Assistant Project Engineer
Jal I, Water Works Compound
Sector 5 NOIDA

Ms Anju
Planning Assistant
Administrative Block Sector 6
NOIDA

Mr Babu Ram
Project Engineer (Civil)
Civil Construction Division V
NOIDA

Mr Baney Singh
Assistant Director Horticulture
Office of the Director Horticulture (Near sec 32 Metro last station)
Sector 39, NOIDA 201307

Mr Mahesh Chand Tyagi
Project Engineer
Civil Construction Division III
G Block Market Sec 20
NOIDA

Mr Mahender Prakash
Assistant Director Horticulture
Horticulture Department Division III
NOIDA Authority Sec 39

Mr Mohd Ishrat
Project Engineer
G block Shopping Complex
2nd Floor Sec 20 NOIDA

Mr Mukesh Kumar
Junior Engineer Civil
Project Engineer Maintenance I
Sec 19, Water Works Compound
NOIDA

Mr Natholi Singh
Assistant Director
Horticulture Department
Sec 39 NOIDA

  Mr Rajendra Singh
Deputy Director Horticulture
Office of the Director Horticulture (Near sec 32 Metro last station)
Sector 39, NOIDA 201307

Mr Rajendra Kumar
Assistant Director Horticulture
Sec 39 Office Complex NOIDA

Mr R A Gautam
Assistant Project Engineer
NOIDA administrative Building
Sec 6 NOIDA

Mr Ritu Raj Vyas
Associate Town Planner
NOIDA administrative Building
Sec 6 NOIDA

Mr S C Arora
Project Engineer Civil
CCDI, NOIDA

Mr Shripal Bhatti

Junior Engineer
P.E. Jal III
Sec 39, NOIDA

Mr Satendra Giri
Junior Engineer
NOIDA authority
Sec 5 NOIDA

Mr Sandeep Chandra

Senior Project Engineer
NOIDA Authority

Mr O. P. Gupta

Assistant Project Engineer
Project Engineer maintenance Div III
A- Block Water Works Compound Sec 19
NOIDA

     

     
     
 

   
 

 

 

 

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