List of Participants 9thTranining on Understanding EIA : From Screening to Decision-Making 22-26 June- 2009 | Centre for Science and Environment


List of Participants 9thTranining on Understanding EIA : From Screening to Decision-Making 22-26 June- 2009

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List of participants

Sudhir Mishra
Environmental Lawyer
Noida-201301

Keerthi D'Souza
Condultant & researcher
Channai

Dr. Harcharan Singh
Sr. Manager Environment
(U.P)

 
Ms. Dhara Gajjar
Junior Prog. Officer 
Ahmedabad
Gujarat Pin-380059

Abhishek Joshi 
Asst Mgr- environment
Dhanbad
Jharkhand-828124

Praveen Kumar Dubey
Student 
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Joy Raj EricTudu
Development Activist 
Ranchi -834001, JH  

 
Tapan Saha
Senior Scientist
Kolkata -700098
West Bengal

Mukund Phatak
Nodal Officer SEIAA & Project -
Engineer EPCO,
Bhopal

Atul Kataruka
AGM Kolkata-700017
West Bengal

Falguni joshi
Prog.Officer
Ahmedabad-59
Gujarat

M.S.Murugan
G.M,  Env/ Energy
Chittodhgarh, Rajasthan

Amit Chandra
Environmental Engineer
Luckknow

 K.Sajeevan
Chief Environmantal Engineer
Kerala

Satish Mishra
HOD-EECC& CSRACC 
U P 227409

 

 

 

 


 

P. Sreekantan nair
Project Managemant Specialist
Env. Management Agency, Kerala
Thiruvananthapuram - 695013

Arunabh Kumar Sarma
Student D.U Shakarpur
Delhi- 92

Shruti Shukla
Asst. Director
Meerut.

Nabinananda Sen 
Reader
Kolkata-700027

Shweta Kumari 
Student
Tamlnadu

Dilip Mondal
Asst.Officer ENV.
Dist -Purulia.
West Bengal

Monali Zeya Hazra
coordinator- GRP
New Delhi.-62

Sujit Kumar Singh
Asst.- coordinator-
New Delhi.-62

Sanjeev Kr. Kanchan
Research Associate- GRP
New Delhi.-62

Dr.V.B. Patil
Sr. Lecturer
Kolhapur- 416004
Maharastra

Hemanth Tripathi
Ecology post GraduateFree
Lancer Bhayandar
Mumbai- 401105


Ritu Tiru Agarwal

Prog Associate Development
Communications
New Delhi 110001

Prof.Dr.Kadam 
S.D.Professor
Kolhapur -4 (M.S.)

Vinod Mishra
DY. Manager (Env.)
Bargarh (Orissa)

 

     

 

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