Lokesh Kumar

Lokesh Kumar

Assistant Chemist
Delhi jal Board, Government of Delhi, India
New Delhi, IndiaGlobal citizen
Education: Masters
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Resume: 1. Name : Lokesh Kumar 2. Designation : Assistant Chemist 3. Date of Birth : 09-05-1970 4. Educational Qualifications : (1) Master of Science Chemistry {AIC} passed from the Institution of Chemists (India) in the year 2002 with specialization subjects: Analysis of Water & Sewage and Analysis of Oils, Fats & Soaps (2) B.Sc. (General) passed from Delhi University in the year 1991 (3) Certificate course in Environmental Studies passed from I.G.N.O.U. New Delhi in the year 2003. Training & Scientific Participations: (a+) Participated twice in “Three days training workshop on: Development of Technology Commercialization and Transfer Specialist” conducted by CDC, Govt. of India, at Delhi in the year 2010 & 2011. (b+) Six months certificate training Course in Chemical Testing & Analysis completed from Regional Testing Centre (northern region), Ministry of Industry, Government of India, Okhala, New Delhi in the year 1996. (c+) Participation in “National Workshop on Emerging issues in Chemical safety and Management” conducted by Toxic Link in New Delhi. (d+) Participation in “Excessive Fluoride in Potable Water and its Associated Health Hazards” conducted and sponsored by UGC, DST and UNICEF at Alwar, Rajasthan. (e+) Participation in “Enviro Lecture Series” conducted by North East Centre for Environmental Education and Research, Imphal in New Delhi (f+) Participated in 2 days workshop on “Implementation cum Internal Audit under ISO/IEC 17025:2005 for NABL Accreditation conducted by Process Ethix on 5-6 May 2011 in New Delhi (g+) Undergone successfully and passed in five days Quality Management System Auditor/Lead Auditor training (ISO 9001:2008) from 19-23 December 2011 at IIQM, Government of India, Jaipur, India. (h+) Attended four days ISO 17025 training from 16-19 July 2012 at IIQM, , Government of India, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India (i+) Undergone one week training in “Water Quality Management” conducted by National Water Academy, Government of India at Pune during 19-21 December 2012 5. Present Basic Pay and Pay Scale: Pay Scale-Rs. 9300-34800/- GP 4200/- Salary Rs. 40,000/-month 6. Experience: 20 years in the field of Analytical Chemistry 7. Brief service particulars: S.No. Office/Instt./Org. Post held From To Scale of pay & last B/Pay Nature of duties 1. Micro Engineering & Testing Laboratory, Azadpur, Delhi Laboratory Technician 2nd Jan. 1993 To 30th March 1996 Rs. 6000/- Consolidated Water & Waste Water Testing and reporting 2. Delhi Jal Board, Government of N.C.T. Delhi ----do---- 5th of May 1997 to 31st of Dec. 2007 Rs. 4500-7000/- (Pre-revised) Toxic Chemicals, Water and Waste Water Analysis, data prepartion 3. LNJN-NICFS {M.H.A.}, Government of India Senior Scientific Assistant (Toxicology) 1st of Jan. 2008 to 3rd July 2008 Rs. 5500-9000/-(Pre-revised) Forensic Toxicology, Conducting M.Sc. (FS) practical classes 4. Delhi Jal Board Govt. of Delhi Laboratory Technician, Promoted to Assistant Chemist 4th of July 2008 to cont.. Rs.9300-34800/- GP 4200/- Toxic Chemicals, Water and Waste Water Treatment & Quality Control Address: House No. 119, Khampur Village, Post Office: Alipur, Delhi – 110036, G. T. Karnal Highway Road, Delhi (India) Ph.011-27203314, 09818863285 Membership of scientific organizations, research publication and contributions to teaching, promotion and management of science 1. Member of Indian Water Works Association, Head Office: Mumbai, India 2. Member of Indian Science Congress Association, Head Office: Kolkata, India 3. Member of American Chemical Society, Columbus, USA Research papers presented at National Seminar on Biodiversity, Ecosystems and Climate Change: The Challenge Ahead, held at Lucknow, U.P. (India) in the year 2010. www.nieindia.org/downloads/Lko2010-Abstracts.pdf Water Quality and Indian Legislation (1010) Page 7 and Water Quality Deterioration of River Yamuna Feeding to Delhi, India (1011) Page 8 A research paper on “Chlorine Demand, A Pollution Load Test” has been published in the Journal of Indian Water Works Association, Vol. XXXXIV No. 4, October–December 2012,pp 259-263. Working in water and waste water treatment plants of Delhi Jal Board, Government of Delhi, contributing services in the field of water and waste water treatment and quality control since 1997, teaching water treatment and water quality management to academic, engineering and medical apprentices and trainee students and national international visitors. Simultaneously performing duties in national and international fares, exhibiting Delhi Jal Board’s policies for the benefits of mankind in the field of water science and its management. • Coordinates the whole technical activity of the laboratory; • Checks, elaborates/modifies and signs the test reports; • Carries out methodical management of the chemical analysis provided by the staff; • Provides for the accreditation requirements in terms of chemical analysis; • Provides international methods for chemical analysis - assimilation, translation; • Ensures quality control Depending the ISO 17025 in the laboratory; • Participates in international projects; • Develops and updates the Quality Manual; • Develops and checks the general and system procedures; • Responds to the implementation, maintenance and upgrading of the quality system of the laboratory; • Proposes the quality objectives of the laboratory; • Controls the quality documents and quality records developed at the laboratory level; • Trains personnel in the quality system requirements and documentation; • Maintains the evidence of nonconforming work at the level of the laboratory; • Produces the internal audit report; • is involved in cause of analysis, and are responsible for efficient implementation of corrective actions; • Participates in the management review of the quality system.

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