About the training
Faecal Sludge Management (FSM) is an evolving field with continual development and improvement happening in research methodologies. This course focuses on some of the recent advances in lab analysis and data interpretation. This training is part of the Centre for Science and Environment and Bill Melinda Gates Foundation collaboration on FSM in India. In-house experts and lab scientists from CSE’s Environment Monitoring Laboratory (EML) will guide participants through the sessions and help them learn lab analysis using state-of-the-art equipment and methods. The hands-on approach for the programme means that participants get to perform the lab experiments on their own and can enhance their skills while working on some of the best equipment and protocols in their class. The training will be held in CSE’s residential campus in Nimli, near Alwar, Rajasthan.
What you will learn:
Highly interactive hands-on training:
Who can apply:
Course fee and facilities:
Eligible candidates will be provided with scholarship for this training by CSE. This support will also cover the cost of stay, including all meals.
Participants shall only be provided ground transport for Delhi to AAETI (training venue) and back to Delhi. Participants need to bear the cost of their travel to reach Delhi and back to their hometown.
Apply at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1cM2UxuJZ2hP0uVsGcimQJPOaDnOUP4MIZP-P42AjndY/edit
Dr. Vinod Vijayan
Mr. Arvind Singh Senger
Dr. Kalyana Chakravarthy Sama
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