Rajesh Bhattacharya has been working with Global Change Programme as a project assistant since October, 2014. Previously, he was associated with the USAID-DIL funded research projects on “Demonstrating a sustainable solution for arsenic removal from drinking water” and “Sustainable arsenic bearing sludge management”. Since June, 2015, he is working in the IUSSTF funded project “Commercializing a scalable low cost arsenic remediation technology for societal impact” which deals with the field trial of 10000LPD ECAR system, being executed at Dhapdhapi, South 24 Parganas. Beside this, he has also been engaged in field survey works on various research projects of GCP- JU. Rajesh completed his graduation in Commerce from University of Calcutta.