Mr. Bharat Kumar Humagai had joined the College of Science and Technology in the year 2007 and had been serving the College since then. Mr. Humagai is currently working in the Department of Science & Humanities of the College. Mr. Humagai had completed his master's in Chemistry with Environmental Chemistry components from Osmania University, India. Currently, Mr. Humagai teaches Engineering Chemistry and Environmental Science to all undergraduate engineering students. He also serves as the center manager of the Happiness & Wellbeing Centre of the College. After completing various courses in Environmental Toxicology and Air Quality Monitoring from Bhutan and abroad, Mr. Humagai has developed a keen research interest in the field of air quality monitoring. Currently, he is also looking after the air quality monitoring station based at CST. He also provides expert services to the stakeholders in the area of water and air quality.
Mr. Kirtan Adhikari works as a faculty member in the College of Science and Technology in the Civil Engineering Department and Department of Science and Humanities.
Mr.Basant Pradhan also works as a faculty member in the College of Science and Technology in the Civil Engineering Department and Department of Science and Humanities.
Ms Tshering Yangzom works in the National Environment Commission Secretariat of Bhutan.
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