SIA Training Programme November, 9 -11, 2011 | Centre for Science and Environment


SIA Training Programme November, 9 -11, 2011

     
 
     
List of participants    
     

Dr. N. Koti Reddy
KKB Envirocare Consultants Pvt. Ltd., 1st Floor, 3-5-244, NFC Main Road, Krishna Nagar Colony, Moula-ali, Hyderabad – 500040
drkotireddyn@yahoo.com

Abhinav Kumar Shrivastava
PhD Reserach Scholar NIMS University ShobhaNagar, Jaipur India.
Email: abhinavphd@gmail.com

Mr Sanjeev Kumar Jha
Program Leader GMR Varalakshmi Foundation C/O GMR HIAL Airport Office, 3rd Floor, Shamshabad Hyderabad- 500 409
sanjeevakumar.jha@gmrgroup.com

Mr Binay Kumar
Associate Program Manager GMR Varalakshmi Foundation C/O GMR HIAL Airport Office, 3rd Floor, Shamshabad Hyderabad- 500 409
binay.kumar@gmrgroup.in

Chandrakant Patil
GMR Varalakshmi Foundation
C/O GMR HIAL Airport Office, 3rd Floor, Shamshabad, Hyderabad- 500 409
dpo_dm@rediffmail.com

Brajesh Gupta
GMR Varalakshmi Foundation
C/O GMR HIAL Airport Office, 3rd Floor, Shamshabad Hyderabad- 500 409
brajesh.gupta@gmrgroup.in

Kavita Kowshik
Maitreya CSR Systems, 402-3 Crown, 1505/5 Deccan College Road, Yeravda, Pune: 411006
kavita@maitreyacsr.com

Mr. Anil Sharma
R&R/ Social Specialist The Louis Berger Group, Inc. Plot# B3-6, Sector-32
Gurgaon-122001, Haryana
asharma@louisberger.com, anil@lbgasia.net

Shri Anil Kumar Jadli
Perfact Group, N.N.Mall Sector-3 Rohini, New Delhi-85.
aniljadli@yahoo.com

Dr RS Gangwar
Environmental Specialist
SA Infrastructure Consultants Pvt. Ltd. 101-102, CS-1,
Gyan hand-II, Indirapuram Ghaziabad,
rsgangwar@gmail.com

Upendra Kumar
SA Infrastructure Consultants Pvt. Ltd. 101-102, CS-1,
Gyan hand-II, Indirapuram Ghaziabad
upendra.rly@rediffmail.com

Vishal Bhardwaj
Reliance Cement Company Private Limited, DAKC, Block E, 1st Floor,
Navi Mumbai
vishal.bhardwaj@relianceada.com

 

 

 

Jitender Ghangas
Reliance Cement Company Private Limited, DAKC, Block E, 1st Floor,
Navi Mumbai.
jitender.ghangas@relianceada.com

Dr. Deepali Nimbalkar
Scientist and Academic Incharge
Department of Environmental Sciences Vasantdada Sugar Institute
Manjari Bk. 412307 Pune, Maharashtra, India
www.vsisugar.com
ds.nimbalkar@vsisugar.org.in
deepali_nimbalkar@yahoo.com

Vinayak Lashkar
Department of Sociology, University of Pune, Pune-411007
vinayak.lashkar@gmail.com

Sangeeta Joshi
Envirovigil Thane, Behind Chatrapati Shivaji Hospital, Kalwa, Thane.
joshisn9265@gmail.com

Ms Chandika Ethugala
Director Ministry of Water Supply and Drainage No 35, New Parliament Road, Pelawatta, Battaramulla
Sri Lanka

Mr Ajith UK Ethugala
CEA , Sri Lanka

Dr. B. Kanagadurai
Head (RDM) CRRI Delhi-Mathura Road New Delhi-110025
bkdurai@gmail.com

Dr Mukti Advani
Scientist (RDM) CRRI Delhi-Mathura Road New Delhi-110025

Ms. Vibizono Yhokha
Naga Peoples' Movement for Human Rights (NPMHR)
vb_yhokha@yahoo.com

Maya Pareva
Senior Research, Associate/Consultant INTACH
mayapareva@gmail.com

Mrs. Sujata Moitra
EMTRC Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
129, Prabhusai Apt. Nagpur-15 (MS)
sujata.moitra@gmail.com

Mrs Nandita Moitra
nandita_moitra@rediffmail.com

Shabarish Nambiar
Mantec Consultants (P) Ltd.
D-36, Sector-6, Noida.
sgn.mantec@gmail.com

Mr Arghya Niyogi
Engineer MN Dastur & Company
P-17, Mission Row Extension, Kolkata-700013
arghya.n@dasturco.com

Dr. Harcharan Singh Rumana
Mantec Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
D-36, Sector-6, Noida.
hsrumana@gmail.com

Barnali Das
ERM, Gurgaon

     

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