National Center for Preservation Technology and Training
Vrinda Jariwala is working as a research associate at the National Center for Preservation
Technology and Training. She is working on the fourth phase of the research on removing crude oil from cultural resources using surface washing agents, which is funded by the Inland Oil Spill Preparedness Project. She has 7 years’ experience in the field of Architectural Conservation. Before joining National Park Service, she studied A.P.D. Technical Building Conservation–a Historic Environment Scotland run programme, for which she received the Charles Wallace India Trust Scholarship. She is a trained Architect and she holds a Masters degree in Architectural Conservation from the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi.