Training programme on Sustainable Water Management with special focus on urban rainwater harvesting, water audit and water efficiency/conservation March 19 – 22, 2013 | Centre for Science and Environment


Training programme on Sustainable Water Management with special focus on urban rainwater harvesting, water audit and water efficiency/conservation March 19 – 22, 2013

 
List of participants    
     

Priyabrata Bhattacharjee
Town and Country Planner
TOCPO, Government of Tripura
pbhatta_agt@yahoo.co.in

Badal Roy
Asst. Engg. (Civil)
Kolkata Municipal Corporation
badal.roy82@gmail.com

Raju Dutta
Asst. Engg. (Civil)
Kolkata Municipal Corporation
rajuduttamit@yahoo.com

Olom Apang
Urban Programme Officer,
Department of UD & Housing,
Yingkiong Division, Itanagar
Arunachal Pradesh
apangolom@yahoo.com

Tao Tadap
Urban Programme Officer
Department of UD & Housing, Roing Division
Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh
taotadap@gmail.com

P.N.Ravindra
Commissioner,
Belgaum Urban Development Authority,
Karnataka
ravindrakas.rp@gmail.com

R.Lokanath. K.A.S
Zonal Commissioner
City Corporation ,Mysore
Karnataka
r_loku@yahoo.co.in
lokanath1973@gmail.com

 

H.G.Prabhakar
Municipal Commissioner,
City Municipal Council,
Chikkamagalur, Karnataka
comm_ckg@yahoo.com

P.S.Solanki
Executive Engineer,
Delhi Jal Board
Mahendra Pal Singh
Assistant Engineer,
Delhi Jal Board

Ram Khilari
Assistant Engineer,
Delhi Jal Board
siddharthr.k55@gmail.com

Dr Anurag Prasad
Superintending Engineer,
PHED Department of local bodies
Rajasthan
anurag.phed@gmail.com

D.S.Mishra
GM Works,
Urban Infrastructure Development Corporation
Bihar
dsmishra9@gmail.com

Lokesh Dular
UIT Alwar
lokesh_dular@yahoo.com

Mahendra Pal Singh
Assistant Engineer,
Delhi Jal Board

 

 

 

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