Eviroment Impact Assesment Training Programme 10-12 August, 2009.Organised By:-Paryavaran Mitra & Centre For Science & Environment | Centre for Science and Environment


Eviroment Impact Assesment Training Programme 10-12 August, 2009.Organised By:-Paryavaran Mitra & Centre For Science & Environment

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List of participants
     
Prosper S. Marak
President,southern zone,
Garo student's union.(GSU)

Twinkle A . Sangma   
siju youth & socio- cultural
organisation,
(SYSCO)siju,south garo hills

Salchi Lacharia K, Marak   
Secretary,
Integrated people for tourism
and conservation,
Tura

Vaishali A . Sangma   
I.P.T.A.C Accountant

Walseng A . Sangma   
I.P.T.A.C JOINT SECRETARY

Nuthan G, Momin   
Siju youth & socio- cultural
organisation
Siju

Liasha M. Sangma  
S.Y.S.C.O siju

Dipu N. Marak   
A.chik torism society (ATS)
Tura

Asith N Sangma   
Youth Development Vigilance
Committee
Baghmara.

Grikchi D .Sangma   
Student Gov.College
Tura

Samchi Agnish N. Sangma   
Student Gov.College
Tura

Brightcher D Sangma   
Student Gov.College
Tura

Inden R . Sangma   

Siju Eco-Tourism and Conservatio Society
(SECOS)

 

Bapit D . Sangma   
S.Y.S.C.O siju

Reuben Watre   
Meghalaya Times (Reporter)

David D. Shira   
N.E.T.V (staff reporter)

Maman M. Sangma   
Southern Zone, G.S.U Organiser

Augustine R. Marak   
T.G.C.S.U. Tura

Janu R. Marak

Allan A. Sangma   
T.G.C.S.U.

Dremingbard B. Marak   
T. G. C. S. U

Xeiwstone Marak   
Nokma Council, Tura

Joshua a Sangma   
Nokma council, Tura

Pangsang N. Sangma   
A. T. S Tura

Presfield Marak   
I.P.T.A.C

Rakkam a . Sangma    
S.Y.S.C.O. Baghmara

Lasthobirth D. Sangma
Hq. Tura

Alex Marak   
G.S.U.(C.E.C)

Clement Sangma 
G.S.U.(C.E.C)

Sangliana K.Sangma   
Baghmara

Sujit Kumar Singh   
C.S.E New Delhi

Arpan Sharma   
Samrakshan

Kamal Medhi   
Samrakshan

     
     

 

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