University of Toledo Student, Kaushik K. Shandilya Obtains QEP Status

Newly confirmed QEP, Kaushik K. Shandilya wishes to notify different parties and agencies of his QEP status.

Toledo, OH, April 25, 2011 --( The institute of professional environmental practice (IPEP) has awarded Kaushik K. Shandilya certification as a Qualified Environmental Professional (QEP). Mr. Shandilya is a Graduate Research Assistant at the University of Toledo. Achievement of the QEP certification is considered to be an accomplishment of the highest order, signifying strong professional and ethical standards in the arena of environmental management. The award comes after rigorous scrutiny of experience and qualifications and satisfactory completion of an oral/written examination. As a QEP, Mr. Shandilya is required to participate in continuing education and to maintain high ethical standards.

The QEP certification is the first and only multi-media, multi-disciplinary, board-certified credential of its kind that requires environmental professionals to consider the overall environmental picture and to have the skill and knowledge to resolve real world problems. Through the QEP certification, environmental professionals demonstrate the breadth and depth of their knowledge and experience. The QEP is international in scope and has received accreditation by the council of engineering and scientific specialty board (CESB).

As a newly certified QEP, Mr. Shandilya will join the ranks of certified environmental professionals throughout the world. The institute of professional environmental practice awards approximately 50 certifications annually.

The University of Toledo
Kaushik K. Shandilya
419 464 1599