Water Pollution and waste management course ( 1 to 5 August 2005) | Centre for Science and Environment


Water Pollution and waste management course ( 1 to 5 August 2005)

     
List of participants
     

Mehul Jain
Jharkhand- 831014
mehuljain19@gmail.com

Sivaram Kumar
Gurgaon- 122001
ssramkumar@rediffmail.com


Swapan Kumar Das

Kolkata-700 064
auditwb@cal2.vsnl.net

Subhas Bose
Kolkata-700 06
auditwb@cal2.vsnl.net

Shubh K Kumar Range
Vasant Vihar
New Delhi- 110057
kumarrange@aol.com

Aditya Sood
Vasant Kunj
New Delhi -70
sood_aditya@yahoo.com

Surya Vrat Rana
Defence Colony - Korfan
suryavrat.rana@btopenworld.com

Ravi Srivastava
Jhansi- U.P, 284003
fortcollinsravi@yahoo.com

Bijlee Deshmukh
Aurangabad- MS 431005
fortcollinsravi@yahoo.com

Praveen Kumar
Hyderabad- 500004
praveen@hyderabadwater.gov.in

 

Upal Gunawardena
Chandigarh
upul.gunawardena@gmail.com

Pushkar L Shreshta
Kathmandu
Nepal
ciud@mail.com.np    
shresthapl@yahoo.com

Aman Kumar Goyal
Chandigrh - 160012
aman.goyal@rediffmail.com

Divya Bhargava
Vasant Kunj
New Delhi      
divya.bhargava@rediffmail.com
 

S. Guruvayurappan
Greater Kailash
New Delhi- 110048
projects.wpsi@spectranet.com

Priyadarshini  Parida
Ahemedabad - 15
Pravah@rediffmail.com

Shababh Mittal
Ahemedabad - 15
Pravah@rediffmail.com

Amit Sharm
Bangalore
amitsharma@sobha.co.in

Gayathri Devi
Patancheru - 502324, AP
g.devi@cgiar.org

 

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