Ashutosh K Sinha

Founder, Secretary & CEO

He is a Social and Environmental Entrepreneur as well as a student of Earth and Environmental Sciences as he describes himself, with the view Lab to Livelihood. He hails from Research and Social work background. He firmly believes in the saying ‘Never Give Up’ which is also a force behind us.

He has completed his Masters from Central University of South Bihar, Patna in Environmental Science. At present he is Doctoral Fellow in the Centre for Environmental Sciences, Central University of South Bihar. His research interests include Hydrology, Hydrometeorology, Hydrogeology, Climate Change, Environmental Modeling, Simulations, Statistics, Water & Wastewater Treatments, Environmental & Social Policies and Renewables. He has authored & co-authored a couple of publications.


Research Article

Ranjan R K, Sinha A K, Gupta D, Sappal S M, Kumar A, Ramanathan AL, (2016).

Sedimentary geochemistry of Kabar Tal wetland, Begusarai, Bihar, India.
Journal of Applied Geochemistry. Vol. 18 (4), pp. 414- 429.

Research Abstract(s)

  • Sinha A K, Kumar S, Sarthi P P, Kumari N, Kumar P, (2016).
    Groundwater recharge relation with rainfall return period and conservation methods for Patna, Bihar’.
    Conference on groundwater development prospects and water quality issues in Bihar, March 18th , 2016, page 38. (Published by Central Ground Water Board, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, Govt. of India).
  • Kumar, S, Sinha, A K, Barat, A, Kumar, P, Sarthi, P P, (2016).
    ‘Changes in rainfall dynamics over Patna showing vulnerability on the groundwater regime of the area.’
    Conference on groundwater development prospects and water quality issues in Bihar, March 18th , 2016, page 08. (Published by Central Ground Water Board, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, Govt. of India).
  • Kumar, A, Sinha, A K, Kumar, P, Barat, A, Sarthi, P P, (2016).
    ‘A simple approach of determination of hydrogeological characteristics of Bihar by using DEM and GIS’.
    Conference on groundwater development prospects and water quality issues in Bihar, March 18th , 2016, page 23. (Published by Central Ground Water Board, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, Govt. of India)

In addition to it, he has presented posters at national levels such as;


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