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They found India Water Portal by chance. Realizing that their experience could help us, they gave their time willingly to our data projects and transformed the data into a more usable format.

Meet Ajay, a software professional in Bangalore with over 8 years work experience. He came across the India Water Portal when he searched for borewell consultants. He found the information on the site so reliable and useful that he kept coming back. On one such visit, he read about the volunteer program, which encourages non-water experts to engage with water data. After registering to be a part of it, he got involved in data projects and worked in particular, on central ground water data.

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Seva Sahayog, Vijnana Bharati,GIST & Maharishi Karve Stree Sikshan Sanstha

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Cummins Engineering College, MKSSS, Pune

About the conference

September 28, 2013 9:00AM - September 29, 2013 6:00PM
July 10, 2013 6:00PM

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Continuing open defecation in rural India, possible epidemic outbreak in Uttarakhand and draft bills on water laws are the highlights of this week’s news.

Toilet under the open sky for 73% of rural India

The Planning commission has found that 73% of rural India practices open defecation despite many sanitation programmes encouraged by the government. The main reason for this is the unavailability of toilets.

Battered Uttarakhand braces for possible epidemic outbreak

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