Managing Information Resources in the Digital Age -Sept. 27-30 2011 | Centre for Science and Environment


Managing Information Resources in the Digital Age -Sept. 27-30 2011

     
 
     

List of Participants

Sharmila Ghodke    
Officer Administration    
Prayas Energy Group    
Gharpuray Condominium, Plot No.1
Madhsanchaya Society,
Opp.Tathawade Udyan,
Karve Nagar, Pune-411052

Tilak Basu    
Retd Scientist        
Flat # 5, 2nd Floor, 3A,
Lala Lajpat Rai Sarani,
Kolkata-700020, West Bengal

Sam Kapoor    
Manager - Training & e-learning    
Institute of Rural Research and Development
Plot No. 34,
Sector -44, Institutional Area,
Gurgaon-122002 (Haryana)

Ann Josey    
Junior Research Associate    
Prayas Energy Group    
Gharpuray Condominium,
Plot No.1 Madhsanchaya Society,
Opp.Tathawade Udyan,
Karve Nagar, Pune-411052

Anjum Tabish    
Teacher    Hope Town Girl's School,
Rajawala Road (off Chakrata Road-19th Milestone),
P.O. Selakui,
Dehradun – 248011

Jahangir Ahmed Siddiqui    
Media Librarian    
Jamia Millia Islamia    
A.J. K. Mass Communication Research Centre,
Maulana Mohammed Ali Jauhar Marg,
New Delhi – 110025

Sulochana joshi       
Environment and Public Health Organization (ENPHO),
Nepal

Jayantha Gunathilake   
Add. Secretary   
Ministry of Ports and Highways   
9th Floor, Sethsiripaya,
Battaramulla, Sri Lanka

Krishna Chandra Poudel   
Information and Communication Officer   
Alternative Energy Promotion Centre,
Khumaltar Height,
Post Box No. 14364
Lalitpur, Nepal,

 

Sunil Kumar Solanki    
Management Representative    
Environmental Engineers & Consultants Pvt. Ltd.,
A-1-198, Janak Puri,
New Delhi - 110 058

Tashi Morup    
Projects Director    
LAMO (Ladakh Arts and Media Organisation),
Old Leh Town, Ladakh

Javed Abbas    
Senior Resource Development Officer    
NFI    
9 Gulzar Colony,
New Berry Lane,
Lucknow – 226001

Sunita Shakya   
MIS Officer   
Poverty Alleviation Fund,
Gyaneshwor,
Kathmandu, Nepal

Ashish Mathew George     
Programme Officer    
Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment,
CERC, ATREE, Ammankovil Street,
Mullackal,
Alappuzha-688001 

Amita Bhaduri    
Consultant (Content Editor)    
India Water Portal, Arghyam    
599, 12th Main,
HAL 2nd Stage,Indiranagar
Bangalore- 560008

Sonia Chopra    
Librarian    
Institute of Rural Research and Development
(An initiative of S.M. Sehgal Foundation)    
Plot No. 34, Sector -44,
Institutional Area,
Gurgaon-122002 (Haryana)

Sumita Rai    
Administrative Officer    
Energy Sector Assistance Programme  
Khumaltar Height,
Lalitpur, Nepal

Isanka P.G.   
Head of IT   
Institute of Human Development and Training,
#858/6, aduwela Road,
Thalangama North, Sri Lanka

Phuntsho Yonten   
Communications and Membership Coordinator   
Royal Society for Protection of Nature (RSPN),
Post Box 325,
Thimphu, Bhutan
 

 

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