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Title: EIA Consultant Organizations Registration Scheme The National Well Being

EIA Consultant Organizations Registration
SchemeThe National Well Being
  • Quality Council of India

  • Presentation
  • About QCI / NRBPT
  • Registration Scheme (in brief)
  • Application Details

  • About QCI / NRBPT

QCI Formation
  • Set up under Cabinet decision taken on February
    9, 1996
  • A non profit autonomous society registered under
    the societies act
  • Set up jointly by Government of India and Indian
    Industry Associations (ASSOCHAM, CII FICCI)
  • Nodal Ministry Ministry of Industry and
    Commerce, Dept. of Industrial Policy and
  • Mission The National Well Being

  • QCI is governed by a Council of 31 members with
    equal representation of Government, Industry,
    technical institutions and Consumers. Chairman of
    QCI is appointed by the Prime Ministers Office
    on recommendation of the Government and Industry.
  • QCI has had the privilege of being led by
    many distinguished personalities.
  • Mr. Ratan N. Tata
  • Dr. R. A. Mashelkar

Objectives of QCI
  • Establish and maintain accreditation structure in
    the country
  • Provide right and unbiased information on quality
    related standards
  • Spread quality movement in India
  • Represent Indias interest in international

Mission Vision
  • To be among the worlds leading national apex
    quality facilitation, accreditation and
    surveillance organizations, to continuously
    improve the climate, systems, processes and
    skills for total quality.
  • To help India achieve and sustain total quality
    and reliability, in all areas of life, work,
    environment, products and services, at
    individual, organizational, community, and
    societal levels

  • National Well Being
  • Networking for Quality India

Structure of QCI
Quality Council of India
National Accreditation Board for Certification
Bodies (NABCB) National Accreditation Board for
Hospitals Healthcare Providers (NABH)
National Accreditation Board for Testing and
Calibration Laboratories (NABL)
National Registration Board for Personnel and
Training (NRBPT)
National Board for Quality Promotion (NBQP)
Quality Information and Enquiry Service
National Registration Board for Personnel and
Training (NRBPT)
  • Registration of Personnel and Training Courses
  • Registration of Auditors
  • Quality Management Systems (QMS- ISO 9000)
  • Environmental Management Systems (EMS ISO
  • Registration of Training Courses
  • Conformity Assessment
  • Quality Management Systems (QMS- ISO 9000)
  • Environmental Management Systems (EMS ISO
  • OHS Management Systems (18001)
  • Information Security Management Systems (ISO
  • Food Safety management system (ISO 22000)
  • Laboratory Accreditation
  • Others
  • Hospital Accreditation (NABH standards)
  • Six Sigma Courses
  • EHS Legislation
  • Registration of Consultants / Consultant

Registrations by NRBPT
  • Registrations
  • 104 QMS/EMS Auditors
  • 102 QMS/EMS/HACCP Consultants
  • 2 Consultant Organizations (NABH)
  • 24 Training Courses
  • Pending Applications
  • 40 QMS/EMS Auditors
  • 15 QMS/EMS/HACCP Consultants
  • 2 Consultant Organizations (NABH QMS)
  • 6 EIA Consultant Organizations
  • 7 Training Courses

Status of International Acceptance of NRBPT
  • Board Member of International Personnel
    Certification Association (IPC) formerly IATCA
  • Schemes for certification of personnel as per ISO
  • Mutual Recognition Arrangement with IRCA (UK),
    KAR (Korea)
  • NRBPT registered courses being conducted in Sri
    Lanka, Bangladesh, Middle East
  • NRBPT registered courses being planned in Turkey,

Need for Registration
  • Registration assures
  • Competency
  • Capability
  • Credibility
  • Transparency of systems
  • Registration defines methods and mechanisms to be
    used to evaluate the competence
  • Registration also assures that following exist
    with the applicant
  • appropriate policies and procedures
  • continued maintenance of methods and mechanisms
  • capability of delivering consistent service
  • Registration ensures transparency and objectivity
  • It ensures quality enhancement through
    identification of weaknesses and taking suitable
    corrective measures
  • It is important tool in the globalized

  • NRBPT Registration Scheme for EIA Consultant

Poor Quality of EIA/EMP Reports
  • Probable reasons
  • preparation of report by EIA consultants who is
  • not qualified
  • knowledge skills on preparation of EIA/EMP
    reports not adequate
  • Copy, cut paste of reports
  • There is no check on the competence of EIA/EMP
    Consultants and no liability rests on EIA
  • Inadequate quality of the report can impede
    the EC process and unnecessarily create a backlog
    for clearances.
  • Organizations setting up new projects do not
    have data resource of competent EIA Consultants
  • Meeting with MOEF wherein an intent to launch the
    scheme for EIA consultants was discussed
  • QCI decided to involve cross section of
    stakeholders from different regions to prepare a
    comprehensive criteria

  • Objective of the Scheme
  • To define minimum expertise in terms of
    experience, qualifications and facilities
    required for developing an EIA
  • To create a credible database of consultants
    capable of conducting EIA studies for different
    sectors, through third party assessment


  • Jan 2005 - Meeting with MOEF wherein an
    intent to launch the scheme for EIA
    consultants was discussed
  • QCI decided to involve cross section of
    stakeholders from different regions
  • Feb 2005 - First Meeting with a group of
    experts in Chennai to discuss the broad
    framework of registration
  • March 2005- Second Meeting with experts in
    Delhi to further refine the
    framework developed at Chennai
  • April 2005 - First Presentation to MOEF (Spl
    Secy, Jt Secy and the team of
  • June 2005 - Second Presentation to MOEF
  • Aug 2005 - Third Presentation to Secretary
    MOEF and his team
  • Oct 2005 - Presentation to Mining Expert
  • Continual meetings with experts from various
    sectors to develop sectoral guidelines and
    Completion of the Draft Criteria for
  • April 2006 - Meeting with senior experts
    including Mr. D. K. Biswas, Mr.
    Chandra Bhushan, Prof. Asha Rajvanshi, Mr. S.
    Ghosh and Mr. K. P. Nyati, seeking their
    feedback on draft Criteria

  • Background
  • MOEFs new notification has clearly defined the
    contents of an EIA
  • Scoping is also defined prior to taking up the
  • Important to ensure input qualities to EIA so
    that the report prepared meets the requirements
  • Scheme developed would meet requirements of MOEF
    as well as of other stakeholders like Financial
    Institutes, State Level authorities, Internal
  • QCI decided to involve cross section of
    stakeholders from different regions to prepare a
    comprehensive criteria

Why QCI ?
  • QCI is
  • The national accreditation body
  • Independent / autonomous, non profit body
  • Representation of all stakeholders
  • No conflict of interest
  • Indian representative on International
    Accreditation/Registration Forums

Mechanism Adopted for developing criteria
  • Formation of Working groups of senior experts
    involving all stakeholders
  • Detailed discussions on the possible elements of
    the criteria
  • Detailed discussions on systems and procedures
    for registration process
  • Validation of the draft criteria through
    independent group of stakeholders
  • Above process took over 2 years and seven
    presentations to MOEF team including Secretary,
    MOEF and Appraisal Committee

Feedback of the Experts
  • The process of evaluation should be clear and
  • The consulting EIA organizations must be legal
  • To understand the actual quality of the EIA
    reports being developed after launching of the
    registration scheme, a regular feedback mechanism
    from the Ministry to QCI should be established.
  • All EIA reports should include a list of experts
    involved in preparation along with confirmation
    from individual Experts.

Scheme-in brief
  • EIA - multi disciplinary process
  • knowledge of both the business sector
    relevant environmental aspects
  • Team - EIA Coordinator
  • Functional Area Experts for crucial inputs
    e.g. Air quality, Water quality, Land dues, Bio
    diversity, Socio economy etc
  • Skill, knowledge and experience detailed out
    for all

Assessment Process (in brief)
  • Two Step Process (for initial assessment)
  • Desk top review of documents pertaining to
    background of the organization, manpower,
    equipment, experience, etc.
  • On site verification of office interview of the
    EIA coordinator and some of the functional area
    experts proposed to be used.

Criteria for EIA Consultant Organization
  • Legal Status
  • Only organizations will be considered for
    registration of EIA Consultants. These can be
    government, public sector or private
    organizations which could be propriety firms,
    partnership firms or companies (Pvt. Public
    Limited), bodies registered under Registration of
    Society Acts. Research Institutes etc
  • Skills and Knowledge of Experts
  • The EIA Consultant organization shall have
    adequate number of well qualified experts full
    time, part time or on the panel to support the
    scope of services being offered by the
  • The educational background and experience of
    experts utilized should be commensurate with the
    level of expertise required for a particular EIA

EIA Coordinators
  • Educational Background
  • Graduation/Post Graduation/ Doctorate or
    equivalent in
  • Engineering - Chemical, Mechanical, Mining,
    Civil, Environmental etc.
  • Sciences - Environmental, Physics,
    Chemistry, Botony/Zoology,
    Geology, Agricultural Sciences etc.
  • Others - Economics, Sociology,
    Management, Architecture, Town
    Country Planning etc.
  • Experience
  • The EIA coordinator must have experience/
    understanding / exposure of the project sectors
    for which he wants to develop EIAs, as well as a
    fair level of understanding of major functional
    areas like air water pollution, land use,
    ecology, socio-economy etc.
  • Minimum relevant experience of 3 years prior to
    working as an independent EIA coordinator
  • The qualifications, skills and knowledge of the
    functional area experts to be utilized by the EIA
    Consultant Organization for EIA studies follows.

Functional Experts - Land Use
  • Educational Background
  • Degree in Physical Planning, Architecture
  • Degree in Civil Engineering
  • Master Degree in relevant subjects (Geography,
    Remote sensing etc)
  • Specialized training in Mapping and Spatial
    Planning (GIS and other computer application,
    Remote sensing, etc.)
  • Specific Experience
  • Should have worked in generation and analysis of
    data related to land use pattern
  • Should have developed land use map of urban,
    semi-urban, rural and mixed Areas
  • GIS based land use development
  • Integration of land use related data/ information
    to environmental impacts

Air Pollution Prevention, Monitoring Control
  • i. Educational Background
  • a) Graduation / Post Graduation / Doctorate/
    Equivalent in any of the following
  • Engineering - Environmental, Chemical,
    Mechanical, Civil, others
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Physics, Chemistry
  • b.) Specialized course/training in air pollution
    prevention, monitoring and control.
  • ii. Experience in Air Pollution Monitoring
  • a. Meteorology - Wind speed, wind
    direction, relative humidity, wet dry bulb
    temperature, rainfall etc.
  • b. Ambient Air Quality- Suspended particulate
    matters, Respirable particulate matters, SO2,
    NOx, CO, Hydrocarbons other relevant
    parameters including VOCs
  • c. Stack monitoring - Particulate matters,
    SO2, NOx other relevant parameters
  • d. Equipment / Instruments - High volume air
    samplers, RPM measurement used for monitoring,
    Stack monitoring kit, Personal samplers.
  • e. Assessment of Green House Gas Emissions
  • f. Knowledge on international / treaties related
    to emissions.
  • iii. Experience in Air Pollution Prevention
  • Reduction in process emissions at source
  • Reduction in fugitive emissions
  • Design of emission control systems

Meteorology, Air Quality Modelling Prediction
  • i. Educational Background
  • a. Graduation/ Post-Graduation/ Doctorate/
    Equivalent in any of the fllg.
  • Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics /
  • Meteorology
  • Air Pollution
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Environmental Sciences
  • b. Specialised course/training on Air Quality
    Modelling impact prediction
  • Experience in Air Quality simulations
  • a. Air Quality Models
  • Source to receptor - Point source, Area Source,
    Line Source
  • Receptor to source
  • Models used should meet the requirements of CPCB
  • b. Application of Industrial Source Complex Model
  • Use of Air Emission data monitored or from
    theoretical calculations.
  • Use of Meteorological data field generated or
    from secondary sources
  • Experience in any source apportionment studies

Water Pollution Prevention, Control Prediction
of Impacts
  • i. Educational Background
  • a. Graduation / Post Graduation / Doctorate or
    Equivalent in
  • Engineering Environmental, Chemical, Civil or
    other relevant subjects
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biochemistry,
    Toxicology, Biotechnology or other relevant
  • b. Specialized course/ training on water
    pollution control technologies
  • ii. Specific Experience
  • Water Quality monitoring
  • Water Auditing / Water Balance / Water Budgeting
  • Reduction in water consumption (Water
  • Developing schemes for cascading use (recycle,
    reuse) of water
  • Identification characterization of effluent
    streams with a view to segregating of the same
    for grouping and initial treatment
  • Developing Physico chemical, Biological and other
    relevant types of water treatment systems
  • Water quality modeling for prediction of impacts
    of effluent discharge to receiving water bodies
  • Knowledge and exposure to relevant Acts related
    to water viz, Water (Prevention and Control of
    Pollution) Act 1974, Water Cess Act 1977,
    Environment Protection Act 1986 and the Rules
    there under

Ecology and Biodiversity
  • Educational Background
  • Post Graduation / Doctorate in any of the
    following disciplines from recognized
    Universities in India and abroad
  • Zoology
  • Botany
  • Forestry
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Any other subject of Natural Science viz,
    micro-biology, Bio-technology, bio-chemistry etc
  • Training on Impact Assessment on ecology /
    biodiversity from various Industrial,
    infrastructural and other developmental work
  • ii. Specific Experience / Skills
  • Basic knowledge in taxonomy for resource
    inventorying (flora and fauna) of the project
  • Conducting ecological / wildlife surveys
  • Preparation of status reports for endangered
    species of animals and plants
  • Experience of providing guidance and support for
    conservation of species and habitats
  • Adequate knowledge of EIA Legislation process in
  • Understanding of policy, guidelines and
    legislations related to ecological biodiversity
  • Specialized training in the field of impact
    assessment, biodiversity impact Assessment,
    ecological monitoring
  • Professional Membership
  • Contribution to EIA documentation

Noise / Vibration
  • i. Educational Background
  • a. Graduation / Post Graduation / Doctorate/
    Equivalent in any of the following
  • Engineering - Environmental, Mechanical,
    Electrical, Civil, others
  • Sciences Physics, Mathematics, Statistics,
  • Specific qualification/training in
  • Specialized course/training on noise /vibration
    measurement, prediction control
  • ii. Specific Experience in the area of
    Noise/Vibration (monitoring and Prediction)
  • Experience of working in the Acoustics Laboratory
  • Handling and Data Collection using
    noise/vibration monitoring Equipment
  • Experience in processing of data related to
  • Prediction (present future) of noise/vibration
    levels using relevant models in areas like
    residential, special areas (hospitals,
    educational institutions, religious places etc.),
    commercial, industrial due to community
    activities, urban traffic, highway traffic,
    railroad, aviation, commercial industrial
    activities, etc.
  • Knowledge of National International Standards,
    laws (rules Regulations).
  • Source Apportionment
  • Knowledge of Control Mechanisms for vehicular
    noise, industrial Noise, noise emanating from
    community activities, Indoor noise,
  • Design and optimisation of Noise/Vibration
    attenuation devices
  • Cost estimates

  • i. Educational Background
  • Graduate in Social Science Subjects
  • Post Graduate/ Masters/ Ph. D in either of the
  • Rural/ Urban Development
  • Social Work / Social Welfare
  • Rural / Urban Management
  • Sociology
  • Anthropology
  • Psychology
  • Training on Impact Assessment Study in Rural/
    Urban area for development works.
  • ii. Specific experience / Skills
  • Design and develop format/ questionnaire on Base
    Line Survey and Impact Assessment Studies for
    specific issues related to environment and/or
    social changes.
  • Carry out Impact Assessment Study by using
    various methodologies
  • Compile, tabulate and assess data collected
    including demographic and socio-economy related
  • Preparation of narrative and financial statements
  • Understanding on the policy, guidelines,
    Government plans and programme on Community
    Development/ Rural Development
  • Capacity to interact and develop rapport with
    males and females at community level.
  • Able to communicate and get involved into social
    and cultural activities of local populations

Ground water Hydrology
  • i. Educational Background
  • a. Graduation/Post-Graduation/Doctorate/Equivalen
    t in
  • Geology, Hydrology, Geophysics
  • Environmental Science
  • Engineering related fields
  • b. Specialized training / course on impacts on
    Ground Water Hydrology
  • ii. Specific Experience
  • Analyses of Surface Hydrological data as flow
    fluctuation, estimation of flows at 10, 50 and 90
    percentile levels
  • Setting up and Interpretation of gauging station
  • Design of network of ground water table
  • Computation of ground water flow rate and
  • Plotting of ground water contours
  • Preparation of Water Budget
  • Conducting pump tests on selected well
  • Analyses of data to determine aquifer
    characteristics e.g. permeability,
    transmissivity, storage coefficient etc.
  • Estimate groundwater potential and recharge
  • Determination of impact of withdrawal of

Geology Soil
  • i. Educational Background
  • Graduation/Post-Graduation/Doctorate/Equivalent
  • Geology, Soil Science, Geophysics, Agricultural
  • Environmental Science
  • Engineering relevant fields
  • ii. Specialized training/course on impacts on
    soil geology from different types of
    development activities
  • iii. Specific Experience on
  • Geology and Geomorphological analyses/description
  • Stratigraphy
  • Lithology
  • Seismic Analyses
  • Analyses and characteristics of Soils
  • Land use capability assessment
  • Construction of Geological and Soil Maps
  • Soil Sampling Techniques
  • Productivity potential of soils
  • Impact study on soils (ex. due to leachate
    phenomena and air pollutant fallout)

Risk Assessment Hazard Management
  • i. Educational Background
  • Graduation/Post-Graduation/Doctorate/Equivalent
  • Environmental Science
  • Engineering
  • Toxicology
  • Post graduate training/ diploma on Industrial
  • iii. Specific Experience
  • Identification of Hazards Hazardous Substances
  • Risk and Consequence Analyses using latest
    softwares as Phast Micro
  • Preparation of Impact Diagrams
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Preparation of Onsite Emergency Preparedness Plan
  • Preparation of Offsite Disaster Management Plan

Work Experience of Functional Area Experts
  • Different EIAs will require inputs from
    different levels of Functional Area Experts
    depending on the type and magnitude of the
    projects and depth /extent of anticipated
    environmental impacts to help EIA Consultant
    organization select functional area experts.
  • Expert level I
  • May be involved in EIAs of smaller size projects
    or projects with limited environmental impacts
    and working under this supervision guidance of
    the EIA coordinator
  • Experience
  • 3 years in the relevant area (s) as a functional
    expert of EIA preparation team or
  • 3 years teaching/research experience on relevant
    subjects in a technical / research institute or
  • Participated as a team member in data
    collection/data handling and publications of at
    least 2 survey reports / technical reports.
  • Those with less than the above experience can be
    designated as Trainees.

Work Experience of Functional Area Experts
  • Expert level II
  • For medium size projects or projects with broad
    environmental impacts and may work independently
    after initial scoping of the work in consultation
    with the EIA coordinator
  • Experience
  • 6 years of experience in relevant area (s) as
    functional expert of an EIA preparation team
  • 6 years experience in relevant area (s) as a
    consultant or in teaching/research.
  • Consultancy experience should be relevant for EIA
    development. The teaching/research experience
    should be relevant as inputs to EIA preparation.
  • Expert level III
  • For mega/large size projects with wide and long
    ranging environmental impacts. Should be able to
    work out in his area independently and contribute
    meaningfully in developing the environmental
    impacts from the project in his area of expertise
    along with the EIA coordinator
  • Experience
  • 10 years experience in relevant area(s) as
    functional expert of an EIA preparation team or
    as an independent consultant
  • Publications in Technical/Research Journals
  • Membership of Professional Bodies/national
    international committees

  • The Consultant organization shall have adequate
    resources like office space, equipment etc to
    support the scope of services being provided by
    the organization. In case the organization
    carries out baseline environmental data
    generation in-house, then it should have adequate
    laboratory and field monitoring equipment
  • (Details mentioned in Application Form)

  • Administration of EIA Consultant Organization
  • The Quality Management System should be based on
    ISO 90012000 standard.
  • The course provider shall develop and maintain
    documented procedures for the effective
    administration of the EIA studies in line with
    ISO 90012000
  • Records Maintaining records to show conformance
    to procedures
  • Complaints and Appeals
  • The EIA Consulting Organization shall have
    documented procedures for handling disposal of
    complaints within a reasonable time.
  • Confidentiality
  • The organization shall have adequate
    arrangements consistent with applicable laws to
    safeguard confidentiality of all information
    provided by its clients. These arrangements shall
    be extended to include organizations or
    individuals acting on its behalf and its

Assessment Process
  • Assessment of the organization
  • Initial Assessment (Documentation assessment)
  • Office Assessment Interview
  • Surveillance Assessment
  • Re-assessment

Process of Evaluation (EIA Consultant
  • Step 1 Receipt of Application
  • Step 2 Verification of completeness of
    application by NRBPT staff
  • Step 3 Forward the application for desk top
    assessment to NRBPT Evaluator/s.
  • Step 4 Site Assessment to be conducted by NRBPT
  • Step 5 The details of desk top assessment and
    Site Assessment to be presented to Registration
    Committee Members for their final approval.
  • Step 6 Successful applicant to be informed to pay
    the registration fees.
  • Step 7 Names of the applicants to be hosted on
    web site and a Certificate to be issued to the
    applicant with the validity of registration.
  • Step 8 Annual Surveillance (partial assessment)
    to be conducted for verification of adherence to
    the criteria.
  • Step 9 Complete assessment process to be repeated
    after every 3 years to verify the total
    adherence to the criteria.

Application Flow Chart
Application Flow Chart (contd.)
Qualification for Assessors / Registration
Committee Members
  • 15 years experience in the field of Environment
    management/ environmental consultancy /
    experience in environmental regulatory agencies,
    research or academic institutes in the field of
    environment management/ experience in any of the
    functional areas/ EIA development
  • A graduate, post graduate, doctorate in
    engineering, sciences, economics, town planning
    and architecture
  • Should not assess an applicant with whom the
    assessor is directly or indirectly connected in
    any capacity including as an adviser, currently
    or since last 2 years.
  • Should submit evidence of continual professional
    development every year after empanelment as an
    NRBPT Assessor/Registration Committee Member.
  • No conflict of Interest

  • Application Details

Application Form
  • 1. Name of the Consultant organization
  • 2. Contact details with the name of the contact
  • 3. Legal Status of the organization
  • 4. Organization structure (with details of
    locations/associates etc.)
  • 5. Annual Turnover of the organization (attach
    balance sheet and IT returns for the last 3years)
  • 6. Technical Expertise (Full time and/or
  • a) Land Use
  • b) Air Pollution control
  • c) Air Quality Modelling
  • d) Water Pollution control

Application Form
  • 8. How do you get field monitoring done to
    generate baseline environmental data
  • a) If in-house arrangement then, furnish
    details of Field Monitoring Laboratory
  • b) Recognition status (NABL accreditation,
    Govt. recognition etc.)
  • c) If it is done through outside agencies,
    detail of such agencies including recognition
    /registration status
  • 9. What type of quality control measures you
    adopt to ensure generation of reliable baseline
  • 10. Furnish details of prediction model/softwares
    available in respect of
  • Air environment Water environment Noise
    environment Any other
  • 11. Organization's experience in EIA Studies
  • 11.1 No. of EIA studies carried out in the last 5
    years in following areas (Mention separately
    Rapid and Comprehensive)
  • 11.2 Provide a brief note on the projects along
    with details of the capital investment in
    different sectors
  • Industry / Mining / Power Plants /
    Multipurpose Irrigation/ Hydro-electric and River
    Valley Project
  • Ports Harbours / Infrastructure/ Urban
    Development and Misc Projects

Application Form
  • 12. Project sector/s for which seeking
    registration with NRBPT
  • a) Industry
  • b) Mining
  • c) Power Plants
  • d) Hydro Electric
  • e) Multi-purpose Irrigation
  • f) River valley projects
  • g) Ports Harbors
  • h) Infrastructure and Urban Development Misc.
  • 13. Declaration

Application Details
  • Annexure -A
  • Tick the appropriate project sector/s for which
    seeking registration with NRBPT
  • I. Infrastructure
  • Large Construction including shopping Malls,
  • Commercial Complexes, Housing Estates, Hospitals,
  • Infrastructure (highways, Ports/ Harbours/
    Airports/ Ropeways /
  • Oil and Gas Pipelines / Railways / Transport
    Terminals / Metros
  • CETPs/ TSDFs / Municipal Landfills / Biomedical
  • Ship Breaking
  • Isolated Storages
  • Industrial Estates / Parks / SEZs / Townships
  • and Area development projects etc
  • Tourism projects
  • II Mining
  • Opencast/underground Mining
  • Beneficiation / Palletization

  • IV Industry
  • Metallurgical Industries including secondary
  • projects like induction/ Arc/Cupola furnaces,
    sponge iron
  • plants, rolling / forging units etc.
  • Refineries Petrochemicals, coke oven batteries
  • Cement Asbestos based industries
  • Sugar Distillery
  • Paper Pulp
  • Chemicals and Bulk drugs including Dye/Dye
  • / Soda ash / chloralkali etc
  • Textiles Cotton man made fibers
  • Tanneries and Leather Processing industries
  • Chemical fertilizer
  • Pesticides / Herbicides / Weedicides
  • Paints
  • Automobile Auto Components
  • Electroplating metal coating
  • Electrical and Electronics, including components

  • Resume Format

1. Mr./Ms./Mrs. _________________________________
________________________________________ (First
Name) (Middle Name) (Last Name)
1 a. Role in the Organization i) EIA
Coordinator ii) Functional Expert 2.
Date of Birth ___________________________________
_______________________ 3. Home address
_________ __________________________________
___________ ____________________________ Pin
Code ______________________ 4. Tel. No.
____________________________ 5. Fax No.
  • 16. Experience (Please write in chronological
    order with present experience listed first)
  • A. General

B. Related to Environmental Impact Assessment
kindly clarify your role as EIA Preparation
Team or as Client of EIA
  • Thank You
  • Quality Council of India
  • II Floor, Institution of Engineers Building,
    Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi 110 002
  • Tel/Fax 2337 9321 / 2337 9621 email
    nrbpt_at_qcin.org www.qcin.org
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