17thAIPSC

All India Peoples Science NetworkAll India Peoples Science Network

The All India Peoples Science Network is a network of over forty Peoples Science organisations spread all over the country. The AIPSN started its activities as a network of activist organisations involved in Science Popularisation and in examining related to the interface of science with society. Since the pioneering efforts of the Bharat Jan Vigyan Jatha, in 1987, supported by the National Council for Science and Technology Communication (NCSTC), the AIPSN has emerged as a pioneer in activities related to science communication and popularisation.

17thAIPSC

Programme Outline for 17th AIPSC @ BhopalProgramme Outline for 17th AIPSC @ Bhopal

Thematic Content of AIPSC

The XVII AIPSC seeks to bring together a wide coalition of social forces to join the Peoples Science movement to deliberate and forge campaigns on 4 Themes of an alternative set of ideas regarding:

  • Nation-building and defense of the Idea of India based on diversity, pluralism, tolerance and non-discrimination
  • Development, self-reliance, job creation, inclusive and environmentally sustainable growth
  • Promoting scientific temper, reason and critical thinking
  • Effective and inclusive public-funded health, education and other services, with special focus on the issues in new Educational Policy

Broad structure of AIPSC

The Sessions of the Congress will be organised in the following manner:

Opening Plenary: Will be organised on the afternoon of Day 1. It will be an open session with participation from local organizations in MP as well as AIPSC delegates. The plenary will have keynote presentations by invited speakers on issues of concern for the AIPSN.

Technical Sessions: These will be organized on 7th and 8th June (Day 2 and Day 3). The programme for each of the two days will be as follows:

Two Sub-Plenaries (of 200-250 people) in the morning, each of which will have presentations on two themes. Thus each morning, there will be plenary presentations on four themes.

Workshops (of 50-100 people) in two slots in the afternoon (2 – 5 pm). In each slot 5-6 workshops will be organized in parallel. Thus there will be about 30-40 workshops organized in the two days. In each workshop, there will be 3-5 presentations by AIPSN activists and invited RPs. These presentations would set the tone for the subsequent discussions in the workshops. The presentations would be a mix of theoretical issues, perspectives and concrete experiences.

Organization session: This will be organized in the morning of the 4th day and will have discussions regarding the future direction of AIPSN.

Closing Plenary: This will be organized in the afternoon of the 4th day and will have plenary presentations from the AIPSN and by invited Resource Persons.

Exhibitions: Exhibitions on S&T issues including those on: 1) Understanding the Universe; 2) Origin of Life; 3) Environment and Climate Justice; and 4) S&T for Rural application, will be set up at the venue of the Congress. In addition, book stalls exhibiting books on science will be set up. Each AIPSN member will have a pavilion where they would depict the activities of the organisation, related to S&T promotion and popularization through charts, models and other AV media.

Cultural Presentations: There will be cultural presentations by groups from different state organizations on the evenings of Day 2 and 3.

Dialogue with youth: The congress will have separate session on 1st day evening on “Dialogue with youth”.

Cultural fest: The Congress will also have Cultural activities such as plays, music events, and film screenings.

Free Space: Free space will be available for poster presentations and also as “sell your idea” corners.

The eminent scientists attending the congressThe eminent scientists attending the congress

  1. Dr. Sabyasachi Chatterjee
    Dr. Sabyasachi Chatterjee was born in Kolkata and he got his Ph.D. in physics from the IISc. In 1985, he joined the Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangaluru as a faculty member and retired from service in 2014. In his researches in condensed matter physics, astrophysics and medical physics, Dr. Chatterjee has published 42 papers in referred scientific journals. He is interested in teaching and popularizing science. Dr. Chatterjee has authored two books and he is at present President of All India People’s Science Network.
  2. Dr. D Raghunandan
    D.Raghunandan is the founding Director of the Centre for Technology & Development, New Delhi, India, a non-profit independent research organization of over 36 years standing, with a focus on development and deployment of appropriate technologies for pro-poor rural enterprises and sustainable livelihoods. He also volunteers with the Delhi Science Forum (DSF), a non-profit think tank working on science and technology policy, and related studies, advocacy and public campaigns. In DSF, his areas of responsibility include environment and climate change, urban issues, public understanding of science, and defense especially aerospace. DSF is a founding member organization of the All India Peoples Science Network (AIPSN), a federating entity of over 40 like-minded organizations throughout India. Dr. Raghunandan has served as Secretary of DSF and President of AIPSN for several years.
  3. Dr. Prajwal Shashtri
    Dr. Prajval Shastri is an astrophysicist, formerly at the Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangaluru and specializes in the area of phenomenology of active galaxies driven by supermassive blackholes using multi-wavelength observations ranging from radio to X-ray wavelengths. Prof. Shastri grew up in Mangalore and after her schooling she completed her B.Sc. in Physical Sciences from St. Agnes College Mangalore (University of Mysore). She then went on to pursue M.Sc. in Physics from Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai. She completed her Ph.D. from Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India on the topic “Relativistic Beaming in Active Galactic Nuclei” in the year 1989. Prof. Shastri’s current research specialization is the phenomenon of Active Galactic Nuclei.
  4. Dr. Satyajit Rath
    Dr. Satyajit Rath is an immunologist working on generation and activation of T, B and antigen-presenting cells (APCs) of myeloid lineage. He did his M.B.B.S. from University of Pune, India and M.D. (Pathology) from University of Mumbai, India. His postdoctoral research was from Haffkine Institute, Mumbai, India; London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK; Brandeis University, Waltham, USA; Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, USA. The focus of his ongoing research includes the physiological control of the generation and activation of T, B and antigen-presenting cells (APCs) of the myeloid lineage, examining APCs and pathways involved in antigen presentation to MHC class I and class II-restricted T cells, elucidating the unique roles that individual death pathways play at different stages of the development and functioning of T and B cells.
  5. Dr. Dinesh Abrol
    Dinesh Abrol researches on the issues of Science and Technology (S&T) Policy at the National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies, a constituent establishment of CSIR. His research contributions cover areas pertaining to the themes of intellectual property management, design of innovation systems, constructive technology assessment and S&T policy. He is engaged in the upgrading of rural technologies with the aim of contributing to the movement for sustainable development in India. He is also known for his work on the evaluation of TRIPS Agreement and is the co-convenor of National Working Group on Patent Laws.
  6. Dr. Vivek Monterio
    Dr. Vivek Monteiro worked on a number of science-related issues which have become important on the national agenda. He works as a principal advisor to Navnirmiti, a self-reliant social enterprise working for universalization of quality education for all. Navnirmiti has a special focus on math and science education. Navnirmiti makes continuous innovations in educational tools, toys, puzzles, hardware, software. It works for implementing the quality mandate of the Right to Education Act and the NCF 2005, of quality education ”for equality of outcomes”. He obtained his B. Sc. in Physics and Maths from the University of Bombay after his college in Xavier’s College, Bombay (1966-68) and Dhempe College, Goa (1964-66). He obtained his Ph.D. from the State University of New York in 1974 after his masters in physics from the California Institute of Technology (1968-70).
  7. Dr. Anita Rampal
    Professor Anita Rampal was the Dean, Faculty of Education, Delhi University. She is an EC member of the International Commission on Mathematics Instruction (ICMI). She was a Nehru Fellow, Director of the National Literacy Resource Centre at the National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie, and was involved with the National Curriculum Framework 2005 as well as the Chairperson of the NCERT Primary Textbook Development Teams. She has been a part of national policy advisory committees, educational initiatives of states, the Right to Education, the people’s science movement, National Literacy Campaigns, and the Hoshangabad Science Teaching Programme. She works in the areas of Policy Studies, Curriculum Studies, Education for Sustainable Development, Critical Mathematics Education, Science-Technology-Society Studies and Teacher Education.
  8. Dr. C. Ramakrishnan
    Dr. C. Ramakrishnan is a renowned educationist from Kerala. He is associated with Kerala Sastra Sahithya Parishad and All India Peoples Science Network for last 3 decades focusing the school education. He is presently advising the state government of Kerala related to the issues of school education.
  9. T. Gangadharan
    T. Gangadharan is former President of KSSP and former General Secretary of AIPSN. He is associated with the People’s Science Movements of India for last 3 decades. By profession, T. Gangadharan is retired School Principal.
  10. Dr. Kamala Menon
    Dr. Kamala Menon, ex-HoD of Science from Bhavans Varuna Vidyalaya and former Guest faculty at CUSAT and Brilliance tutorials, has been teaching and mentoring students for close to 3 decades. She is a Gold Medal winning Academician and ensures students are equipped with all the ammunition to face the boards – compact notes, sample papers, quick exam guides etc.
  11. Dr. T Sundararaman
    T. Sundararaman was the Global Coordinator of People’s Health Movement and former Executive Director of National Health Systems Resource Centre in New Delhi, a position he began in May 2007. He is also a Member Secretary of the Sector Innovation Council for the Health Sector. From 2002-07, he was Director of State Health Resource Center in Chhattisgarh where he provided technical guidance to launch a major community health worker program and strengthened its public health system. From 1999-02, he was a Professor of Internal Medicine at Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) in Pondicherry. Dr. Sundararaman has written over fifty books, mainly on health issues, in both popular communication and public health texts. He has also written a number of articles that have been published in peer-reviewed journals. He earned his MBBS and MD in Internal Medicine from JIPMER.
  12. Dr. Kuldeep Singh Tanwar
    Dr Kuldeep Singh Tanwar is the president of Himachal Kisan Sabha. He is associated with All India Peoples Science Network for last 3 decades.
  13. Dr. Indranil Mukhopadhyay
    Dr. Indranil Mukhopadhyay is an Associate Professor and has a PhD in public health and health economics, M Phil in Public Health, and MA in Economics, all from the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in New Delhi. Dr. Indranil Mukhopadhyay teaches public health, health economics, comparative health systems, development economics, political economy and global health. He has fifteen years of research and teaching experience in health economics and health care financing. He continues to work on themes related to health systems, health economics and care financing, poverty, vector-borne diseases, National Health Accounts, impact evaluation of health programmes, access to medicines, inequalities, and health technology assessment. Previously he has worked as a research scientist and assistant professor at the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), New Delhi. At PHFI, he led the project on health accounts for six Indian states. He was a Welcome Trust Post-Doctoral Fellow (2015-17). He was a visiting faculty at Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University, Delhi, JNU, and Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. He is a member of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Expert group of National Health Accounts in Asia and the Pacific Region. He has also led several research studies supported by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India; WHO, International Labour Organisation (ILO). He has several international and national publications. He is the co-editor of the Jindal Journal of Public Policy.
  14. Dr. Gargeya
    Dr. Gargeya is associated with Peoples Health Movement for the last decade. He worked at PHM on the subjects of Global Health Watch, International Public Health University and W.H.O watch programme. He also worked as programme officer for non-communicable diseases in National Health Mission of Hyderabad Area.
  15. N.B. Sarojini
    N.B. Sarojini has been working on women’s health and rights for many years and is the Director of Sama – Resource Group for Women and Health. She is involved in the coordination of a national level research on reproductive technologies and their implications on women. She has co-authored “Women’s Right to Health”, published by National Human Rights Commission, contributed to the Political Science Textbook for class 7 by the National Council of Educational Research and Training, and co-authored a book,Touch me, Touch me not: Women, Plants and Healing (1997). She is also the Joint Convenor of Jan Swasthya Abhiyan (People’s Health Movement – India), and the ex convenor of Medico Friend’s Circle.
  16. Dr. Vandana Prasad
    Dr Vandana Prasad (MBBS, MRCP-Ped, MPH) is a community pediatrician and public health professional who has been engaged with the social sector for over two decades. Her main experience and expertise is in the area of malnutrition and child rights and she has many publications on these issues to her credit. She is Founder Secretary, National Convenor and Technical Advisor for Public Health Resource Network (PHRN) with which she has been leading a model for community-based-management of malnutrition, titled ‘Action Against Malnutrition (AAM)’. She is also Joint Convenor of People’s Health Movement-India (Jan Swasthya Abhiyan) and a member of the Steering Committee of the Right to Food Campaign, she has served Government of India as Member (Child Health), National Commission for Protection of Child Rights.

17thAIPSC

Programme Outline for 17th AIPSC @BhopalProgramme Outline for 17th AIPSC @Bhopal

Thematic Content of AIPSC

The XVII AIPSC seeks to bring together a wide coalition of social forces to join the Peoples Science movement to deliberate and forge campaigns on 4 Themes of an alternative set of ideas regarding:

  • Nation-building and defense of the Idea of India based on diversity, pluralism, tolerance and non-discrimination
  • Development, self-reliance, job creation, inclusive and environmentally sustainable growth
  • Promoting scientific temper, reason and critical thinking
  • Effective and inclusive public-funded health, education and other services, with special focus on the issues in new Educational Policy

Broad structure of AIPSC

The Sessions of the Congress will be organised in the following manner:

Opening Plenary: Will be organised on the afternoon of Day 1. It will be an open session with participation from local organizations in MP as well as AIPSC delegates. The plenary will have keynote presentations by invited speakers on issues of concern for the AIPSN.

Technical Sessions: These will be organized on 7th and 8th June (Day 2 and Day 3). The programme for each of the two days will be as follows:

Two Sub-Plenaries (of 200-250 people) in the morning, each of which will have presentations on two themes. Thus each morning, there will be plenary presentations on four themes.

Workshops (of 50-100 people) in two slots in the afternoon (2 – 5 pm). In each slot 5-6 workshops will be organized in parallel. Thus there will be about 30-40 workshops organized in the two days. In each workshop, there will be 3-5 presentations by AIPSN activists and invited RPs. These presentations would set the tone for the subsequent discussions in the workshops. The presentations would be a mix of theoretical issues, perspectives and concrete experiences.

Organization session: This will be organized in the morning of the 4th day and will have discussions regarding the future direction of AIPSN.

Closing Plenary: This will be organized in the afternoon of the 4th day and will have plenary presentations from the AIPSN and by invited Resource Persons.

Exhibitions: Exhibitions on S&T issues including those on: 1) Understanding the Universe; 2) Origin of Life; 3) Environment and Climate Justice; and 4) S&T for Rural application, will be set up at the venue of the Congress. In addition, book stalls exhibiting books on science will be set up. Each AIPSN member will have a pavilion where they would depict the activities of the organisation, related to S&T promotion and popularization through charts, models and other AV media.

Cultural Presentations: There will be cultural presentations by groups from different state organizations on the evenings of Day 2 and 3.

Dialogue with youth: The congress will have separate session on 1st day evening on “Dialogue with youth”.

Cultural fest: The Congress will also have Cultural activities such as plays, music events, and film screenings.

Free Space: Free space will be available for poster presentations and also as “sell your idea” corners.

Affiliating Member OrganisationsAffiliating Member Organisations

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S.No. Organisation NameContact details
1Assam Science Society, AssamGeneral Secretary Assam Science Society Near Regional Science Centre Khapapara, Guwahati 781022
2Bangiya Saksharatha Prasar Samithi, Bengal (BSPS)Anup Sarkar, General Secretary Mobile: 09433078639 anupsarkar2006@yahoo.co.in saksharata@yahoo.co.in
3Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti(BGVS), BiharProf. Naresh Chandra Sharma Near Ashokpuri Chauraha Khajpura, House No : C/99 Patna, Bihar – 800 014 Cell : 94300 74703 ncsharmabgvs@gmail.com Mr. Murali Dhar Cell : 09546141335 muralidharmadhepura@gmail.c om
4Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti (BGVS), JharkhandAshim Sirkar Flat No. 402, Sri Yamunu Apartment Annantapur, (near over bridge) Ranchi – 834002 Mobile: 07209801442
5Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti(BGVS), KarnatakaGeneral Secretary Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti (BGVS) – Karnataka Second Floor, Old Chemical Engineering Building Indian Institute of Science Bangalore 560 012 Landline: 080-2293-2395 Mobile: +91-94490-45096 bgvskarnataka@gmail.com
6Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti(BGVS), Madhya PradeshMr. Vijay Patel E-7/32 B, SBI Colony Bhopal Madhya Pradesh Mobile: 09424685128
7Bharat GyanVigyanSamiti(BGVS),OdishaBlorin Kumar Mohanthy Plot No. HIG 124, Baramunda (POST) Bhuvanesswar, Odisha state Mobile: 09437111204
8Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti(BGVS), PunjabDr. Pyarelal Garg #2305 BSNL Society Sector 50- C Chandigarh 160047 Mobile : 9914505009 Email: ysa_punjab@yahoo.com
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Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti(BGVS), RajasthanMr. Anil 80/200 NYAY PATH Patel Marg, Mansarovar Jaipur – 302020 Rajasthan state Phone: 0141-2783338
rajasthanbgvs@gmail.com, bgvsraj@yahoo.com
10Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti(BGVS), TripuraManilal Chakrabarty Gana Siksha Bhavan, Melar
Math
Near Najrul Chhatrabas AGARTALA (PO) – 799001
Tripura (W) State Mobile : 09436138724
11Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti(BGVS), Uttar PradeshMr. Sanjeev Sinha, Gen. Sec 3/112, Viram Khand – 3 Gomti Nagar, Lucknow Uttarpradesh – 226010
Mobile : 09415610909
gvsup@rediffmail.com
12Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti (BGVS), UttarkhandMr. S.S. Raawat H.N.11, 1,
Mandakini Enclave, Kerdarpuram, Defense Colony, DEHRADUN – 248012
Uttarakhand State, Mobile : 09412006424,
09412940915
13Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samuday, Pune, MaharashtraFlat No : 9, Apoorva Society, Adhar Apartments,
305 – Narayan Peth, Pune, Maharastra – 462 016.
14Centre for Technology and Development (CTD), New DelhiDr. D. Raghunandan
D-158, Lower Ground Floor, Saket New Delhi 110017
Mobile : 9810098621
15Chattisgarh Vigyan Sabha, ChattisgarhDr. Y.K Sona, State Secretary F3, Astha Apartment, Housing Board Colony, Sector 1, Shankar Nagar, Raipur Chattisgarh cgvs2019@gmail.com
www.cgvigyansabha.in Mobile 9993441928
16Delhi Science Forum (DSF), New DelhiKhasra No. 275, West End Marg
Said-ul-Ajaib (near Saket Metro Station Gate 2)
New Delhi -110030
Mobile: 9810098621
17Eklavya, Madhya PradeshManoj Nigam Eklavya Foundation Jamnalal Bajaj Parisar
Jatkhedi, Bhopal M.P. 462 026
Tel. 0755-2977770, 71,72,73
Mob. 94250 10116
www.eklavya.in www.pitarakart.in info@eklavya.in, manojnig@yahoo.co.in
18Ellora Vigyan Manch, Assam77,P.D. Chaliha Road.
Hedayetpur (Near Guwahati Club)
Post: SILPUKHURI- 781003
GUWAHATI 3
9435042102, 9435550207
elloravm@gmail.com
19Federation of Medical Representatives Associations of India (FMRAI)Dr. Santanu Chatterjee 60A, Charu Avenue Kolkata – 700 033, West Bengal.
Mobile : 94330 82831.
fmrai@hotmail.co.uk
20Forum of Scientists, Engineers and Technologists (FOSET)15N Nelli Sengupta Sarani New CMC Building (5th Floor) Phone : 033 22529675 /
22520521
foset@rediffmail.com
21Gyan Vigyan Samiti, AssamMr. Mohan K.R. Chetry Mandovi Apartments
Unit : C & D G.N.B.Road, Ambari
Assam – 781 001.
Mobile : 70866 53603
gvsassam@hotmail.com
22Gyan Vigyan Samiti, HaryanaMr. Pramod Gouri 42/29, Chanakyapuri, Behind
Sheela Cinema, Rohtak,
Haryana State mobile : 09812044915
23Gyan Vigyan Samiti, Himachal PradeshMr. Jianand Sharma Engine Ghar. Shivalik Sadan
Sanjauli. Shimla -171006 Himachal Pradesh 9418458783
jianandsharma@gmail.com hgvshimachal@gmail.com
24Haryana Vigyan Manch, HaryanaMr. R.S. Dahiya 71/22, Near Kishanpura
Chaupal
Rohatak- 124 001, Haryana
Mobile 09812139001
25Himachal Vigyan Manch, Himachal PradeshEngine ghar, shivalik sadan Sanjauli, shimla- 6 Himachal Pradesh
26Jan Bigyan O Prajukti, OrissaGS : Debendra Sutar Plot No: 866/89 (F),
Sector – 6, Markata Nagar, Cuttack, Odisha
Mobile : 09438840506
baigyanikacharcha@gmail.com
27Jan Vigyan Vedika (JVV), Andhra PradeshMr. Srinivas, Gen. Sec MIG 60/6,
H.B. Colony, Bhavanipuram,
Vijayawada- 520 012
98480 25687
gsjvvap@gmail.com
28Jan Vigyan Vedika (JVV), TelenganaGeneral Secretary
Jana Vignana Vedika Telengana MIG-II, B-20, F-2
Baghlingampalli, Hyderabad – 500 044 Telengana State gsjvvtelengana@gmail.com
9908246760
29Kerala Shastra Sahitya Parishad (KSSP), KeralaGeneral Secretary Kerala Shastra Sahitya Parishad (KSSP) Parishath Bhavan
P.O. Chalapuram Kozhikode Dt 673002
Kerala
Phone 0495 2701919
G.S – 9447038195
gskssp@gmail.com
30Karnataka Rajya Vijnana Parishat (KRVP), KarnatakaMr. Krishnegowda C. Hon. Sec “Vijyana Bhavana”, No: 24/2 & 24/3,
21 Main Road, Banashankari II Stage
Bengaluru, Karnataka – 560 070
Tele : 080-26718939
Mobile : 9448830454
krvp.info@gmail.com
31Madhya Pradesh Vigyan Sabha (MPVS), Madhya PradeshMr.S.R. Azad Village : Saganokala,
Post:Kolua Khurd, Raisen Road, Bhopal,
Madhyapradesh – 462 021.
Mobile : 94250 09257
mpvs.bpl@gmail.com
32National Confederation of Officers Association of Central Public Sector Undertaking (NCOACPSU)Mr. V.K. Tomar, Gen. Sec.
Room No : 555, Kidwai Bhavan Janpath, New Delhi – 110 001.
Mobile : 9868133336,
9650604336
Tel : 011-23314320
sgncoa@gmail.com
33Navnirmiti, MaharashtraMs. Geetha Mahasbde Navnirmiti Learning Foundation www.navnirmitilearning.org
Flat no 103, Durvankur Apt, Plot no 101, Mayur Colony
Kothrud Pune – 411038 020-25443888
geetamahashabde@gmail.com
34Paschimbanga Vigyan Mancha (PBVM), Bengal162B, A J C Bose Road, 4th Floor
Flat No. 401 & 402
Kolkata – 700 014
Phone No. 033 22865657
pbvmancha@gmail.com
www.paschimbangavigyanmancha. org
35Pondicherry Science Forum (PSF), PondicherryMr. Ravichandrane Pondicherry Science Forum No – 10 , II Cross Street Perumal Raja Thottam Reddiyar Palayam Puducherry 605010
Phone : 0413 – 2290733
09442786122
36Science for Society, JharkhandDr. D.N.S Anand, Gen. Sec. People’s Science Centre 24, Shivnagar, Bagbera
Jamshedpur, Jharkhand – 831 002.
Mobile : 08809919248,
08986710311
sfs_jsr@yahoo.com
37Society for Technology and Development (STD), Himachal PradeshSociety for Technology and Development,
Malori, Post-Behna, Distt-Mandi, HP 175006 stdmandi@gmail.com
Mobile 7018390029
38Tamil Nadu Science Forum (TNSF), Tamil NaduMr. Subramani, Gen. Sec. Tamil Nadu Science Forum 245,Avvai Shanmugam Salai Gopalapuram
Chennai-600 086
Mobile: +91-7010233214
39Society for Promotion of Environmental Awareness in Kashmir (SPEAK)Mr. Manzoor Javid Achabal, Anantanag
Dt Jammu & Kashmir – 192 201.
Mobile : 09622556419
speakngo@ymail.com
40Jan Samavad Samiti, UttarkhandMr. Satish Dhaulakhandi