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Posted at: Jan 13, 2018, 12:49 AM; last updated: Jan 13, 2018, 12:49 AM (IST)

38 Range Forest Officers complete training

38 Range Forest Officers complete training
Forest Range Officers after the convocation at the Forest Training Institute and Ranger College, Sundernagar, on Friday. Photo by writer

MC Sharma

Sundernagar, January 12

The convocation function of trainee Forest Range Officers was held today at the Forest Training Institute and Rangers College, Sundernagar.

Sanjeeva Panday, Principal Chief Conservator of Forest (Research and Training), was the chief guest on the occasion. As per source, it was the third batch of trainee Forest Range Officers that completed its 18 months induction training course. The Forest Training Institute started functioning in 1993, earlier, it used to impart training to junior officers. In 2012, it started giving training to Forest Range Officers. In the present batch, all 38 trainees were from Maharashtra.

The Chief Guest while addressing the trainees said the trainees must develop hobbies related to forestry so that they enjoyed their job and it would also prove helpful in the development of forestry.Earlier, RS Banyal, Director of the Forest Training Institute and Rangers College, welcomed the chief guest. He read out the report and declared that all trainees were successful and 28 successfully completed the course with distinction. Eight trainees were given medals in different subjects.Prinka Patil was presented the gold medal, Chetan Mangilal was declared second and Ashwani Jagav secured the third place.

HS Dogra , Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forest (Research and Training), Sundernagar, attended the function as the guest of honour. 

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