Congratulations to WSSCC’s 3,000th member, Aroopjyoti Tripathy

Date: 9th November 2010

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WSSCC’s membership continues to grow, and the latest milestone occurred 10 September 2009 when Aroopjyoti Tripathy became our 3,000th member.

Aroopjyoti is a masters student in the Ecological Sciences and Engineering Programme at Purdue University in the United States. A trained biotechnologist, he earned his engineering degree in biotechnology from the Vellore Institute of Technology, India. Aroopjyoti was born and raised up in India and joined WSSCC to further his “keen interest in working for the cause of water supply and sanitation.” Currently, he is researching integrated water resource management for developing economies and the use of traditional practices for sustainable natural resources use and management. In his spare time, he enjoys taking part in theological discussions, listening to classical music, travelling and photography.

Welcome to WSSCC, Arropjyoti Tripathy!

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