Sonkor Chandra Sinh

Associate Specialist
Contact No.: 01716010393
Email: scsinh@cegisbd.com

Career Summary

Mr. Sonkor Chandra Sinh has over 20 years of experience in computer graphics, designing, and multimedia production with excellent graphical skills, has a creative flair, and good color sense. He has exceptional creativity and innovation in design and publication. He is responsible for monitoring quality control aligning to the company's standard and has an excellent understanding of the latest trends, He has a good sense of time management according to the institutional demand. Besides graphics, he has expertise in GIS, Database and Environmental sectors. He is working for CEGIS for more than 10 years. Prior to joining CEGIS, he worked for International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) under CIMMYT-Cornell-Texas A&M University Arsenic Project. Mr. Sinh initiated his career with Sir William Halcrow & Partners Ltd in National Water Management Plan Project.


Education

MA in Information and Library Management (University of Dhaka), MS in Environmental Science (State University of Bangladesh)


Area of Interest/Expertise

Computer graphic design and multimedia production including video editing and publication;Spatial and temporal data management and analysis in the fields of Water Resources Management, Environmental Impact Assessment, Conservation and Biodiversity, Ecology, Natural Resource Management, Waste Management, Agriculture, Socio-economics, Health and Hygiene etc.


Publications

2005

Paul D N R, M S Kabir, M A Majid Miah, S C Sinh, G M Panaullah, R H Loeppert, J M Duxbury and C A Meisner, 2005. Soil Degradation Due to use of Arsenic Contaminated Groundwater and its Effect on the Quality of Rice Grain and Straw. 8th International Conference on the Biochemistry of Trace Elements, Adelaide, Australia, 230.

2005

Kabir M S, Paul D N R, S C Sinh, M A Majid Miah, A T M Farid, G K M Mustafizur Rahman, M Jahiruddin, G M Panaullah, R H Loeppert, J M Duxbury and C A Meisner, 2005: Spatial Variability of Arsenic in Soils in Arsenic Contaminated Shallow Tube Well Command Area used for Irrigated Wetland Rice Cultivation. 8th International Conference on the Biochemistry of Trace Elements, Adelaide, Australia, 664.