Telangana: PCCF inaugurates 10th Batch of Forest Field Officers (MH FROs) Training Program at TSFA in Hyderabad
PCCF, Chief Wildlife Warden Mr. Mohan Chandra Pargaien today inaugurated the training program for 10th batch of Forest Field Officers (FROs) at Telangana State Forest Academy, Doolapally. This program started with (30) officers from Maharashtra will continue for (18) months.
PCCF, who attended the program as the chief guest, said that the job in the forest department is different from other jobs and in view of the increasing pressure on the environment, the duties of the forest officials have become a challenge.
The PCCF asked the newly recruited Forest Officers to strive to acquire proficiency in their field of interest, focus on professional matters during training and devote full time to acquiring skills. He said a forest job offers an opportunity to serve nature, people, present and future generations as well.
Academy Director, Ms. S. J. Asha, Additional Director, Mr. S. Ramesh also spoke. The Joint Director of the Forest Academy and the Course Director of the Forest Field Officer Training Program Mrs. Praveena, Deputy Directors CH Ganga Reddy, V. Rama Mohan, K. Srinivas, S. A. Nagini Banu, NR Sangeeta, PV Rama Krishna participated in the program.
Retired Forest Officers Pradeep, Ravinder and Faculty Anith, Range Officers, M Vamsi Krishna, Y Subhash Chandra Yadav, M Ram Mohan, Baba Khader Wali, Deputy Range Officer Uma Rani, Section Officer Praveen Kumar, Physical Trainers, Ashok Reddy, Kondal Rao, Anil Training Forest Beat Officers, Training Forest Section Officers and other staff also participated in the program.