Participant List EIA Training Programme July 23-27, 2012 | Centre for Science and Environment


Participant List EIA Training Programme July 23-27, 2012

 
 
List of participants    
     

P. Z. Thomas
Environmental Engineers & Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
A1-198, Janakpuri,
New Delhi-110058
eecnewdelhi@gmail.com
09350873385

Achal Garg
University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES)
Energy Acres, P.O. Bidholi Via Prem Nagar, Dehradun-248007 (Uttarakhand)
achalgarg_1992@yahoo.com
09808182727

Ravi Deshpande
Watershed Organisation Trust (WOTR)
2nd Floor, The Forum, Padmavati Corner, Parvati, Pune – Satara Road, Pune-9
ravi.deshpande@wotr.org.in. ankushdesh@gmail.com
09422791764

Anuj Panwar   
161, South Side of Central Park, S-A-5, Pocket-6, Police Colony, Narela, Delhi-40
anuj_panwar_90@yahoo.in
09911485246

Arvind Rajput
Arvind C/O Mr. Gyasiram Chauhan, Gali No. 3, Near-Chaupal, Sec-44, Chhalera, Noida (U.P)
rajputajsingh@gmail.com
09990941335

Giri Prasad R
Sri Venkateswara University
Tirupati, Chittoor Distt. Andhra Pradesh
geogiriprasad@gmail.com
07874380759

Arun Prakash
Arun Prakash, S/o- Yashwant Prasad, Vill + P.O., Gorari, Dist – Rohtas, Bihar - 802214
rnprakash0@gmail.com
09093593062

Yash B. Maniar
Flat No. 7, Kailash Deep, Bajaj Road, Vile Parle (W), Mumbai
yashmaniar.90@gmail.com
09920407033

Pallavi Mitra
University of Calcutta
C-01-101, Peerless Nagar, P.O. – Panihati, Kolkata-700114, West Bengal
pallavim8@gmail.com
09830112577

Prantik Banerjee
University of Calcutta
I-52, B.P. Township, Kolkata-700094, West Bengal
prantik.banerjee85@gmail.com
08100631196, 9836279832

Shobhit Srivastava
FICCI
Federation House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi -110001
shobhit.srivastava@ficci.com
09711049558

Sugandha Arora
FICCI
Federation House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi -110001
sugandha.arora@ficci.com
09268485919

 

Rajeev Ranjan
Haryana Govt.
SCO 1, 2, 3, Sector-17D
rajeevranjan786@gmail.com
0172-2701628

Ishani Debnath
Studying Bachelor of Arts (B.A). in Economics in New York, Stony Brook University
I-1669 First Floor, Chittaranjan Park, New Delhi-110019
ishani.debnath@gmail.com
09958785923

Dr. Shyamli Singh
Indian Institute of Public Administration
Indraprastha Estate, ITO, New Delhi
shyamli.env@gmail.com
09868580956

Koushik Sadhu
National Institute of Technology, Durgapur
Dept of Geology, NIT Durgapur
koushiknit@gmail.com
09531596801, 08759075850

Krishna N. Kulkarni
NTLR
170, ND main, Narayanpur, Dharwad-580008, Karnataka
nicechem@gmail.com
09448118521

Dr. Abhaykumar Shivajirao Wayal
Dept. of Civil & Env. Engg., VJTI
H. R. Mahajani MargMatungaMumbai - 400019
aswayal@gmail.com
09320083608

Neeraj Nachiketa
Pragati Learning Center
Flat 14, 2365/9, Mandirwali Gali, Shadipur, New Delhi-110008
neeraj.nachiketa@gmail.com
09711131394

Rohan Savio Sheldon Fernandes
Orion Building, 1st floor, Flat E, H.No. 53/24, Rua Heliodoro Salgado, Panaji-Goa, 403001
ronferds@gmail.com
08600941874

Christina A.R.R. De  Souza
House Number 121, Nachinola, Bardez, Goa - 403508
desouza.christina@gmail.com
09404756938

Karishma Bist
FICCI
Federation House, Tansen Marg,
New Delhi -110001
karishma.bist@ficci.com
09818260682

Dr. Hashim Ali
Perfect Enviro Solution Pvt. Ltd.
5th Floor, N.N. Mall, Rohini, New Delhi
hashimali_tomer@yahoo.com
08750889301, 09410443976

Ipsita Roy
75/18A, Tagore Lane, Shipra Path, Mansarovar, Jaipur-302020
ipsitaroy.2711@gmail.com
09650057891

     

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