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                 Karnataka                   Tamil Nadu                      Kerala                   Andhra Pradesh               Telangana                      Gujarat                   West Bengal                Maharashtra

Cinque Terre
Dr. M.V. Vijayakumar
Forest
Mrs. M. Suganya
Northern Lights
Yet To Decide POC
Northern Lights
Dr. T.K. Rama Krishna Rao
Mountains
Dr.Sulakshana Chilukuri
Forest
Yet To Decide POC
Forest
Yet To Decide POC
Forest
Yet To Decide POC

Forest
Dr. S. Mohankumar
Forest
Mrs. M. Benisha
Forest
Yes to Decide POC
Forest
Dr.G.P.Saradhi Varma
Forest
Yet To Decide POC
Forest
Yet To Decide POC
Forest
Yet To Decide POC
Forest
Yet To Decide POC



Forest
Mr. A.R. Krishnamurthy
Forest
Dr. G. Jims John Wessley
Forest
Yet to Decide POC
Forest
Prof. Yuvaraju Chinnam


















       Function and Roles of Point of Contact (POC)

There are two types of POC : A) POC who explores possibilities to establish UNISEC-Local Chapter in their region, and B) POC who is responsible for communication between UNISEC Local Chapter and the UNISEC-India Secretariat.

A) Terms of Reference (ToR) for the Points Of Contact (POC) Once your application to be a Point of Contact (POC) of UNISEC-India approved, you become a UNISEC-India representative in your region. POC must understand and follow the principle in the ToR.
Terms of Reference (ToR) for the Points Of Contact (POC)
B) Terms of Reference (ToR) for the Points Of Contact (POC) of Local Chapter (LC) Once you have been acted/nominated as a Point of Contact (POC) of Local Chapter (LC), you become a UNISEC-India representative in your region. POC of LC must understand and follow the following the guiding principle in the ToR.
Terms of Reference (ToR) for the Points Of Contact (POC) of Local Chapter (LC)

Join UNISEC-India as a Point of Contact from your District/State
Please fill out the   application Form to apply.