Telangana: Candidates with higher qualifications are fortunate to be selected for forest conservation jobs: Spl CS Santhi Kumari
Ms.A. Shanthi Kumari, Special Principal Secretary, Forest Department, said that besides being selected for forest jobs, those with higher qualifications are also participating in forest conservation duties. She was the chief guest at the 29th Batch Forest Beat Officers’ Passing Out Parade held at Doolapally Forest Academy.
The event was held at the end of a six-month training of 38 Forest Beat officers. (Out of these 38, 13 post graduates and 25 graduates have been selected from the Telangana Public Service as beat officers.)
In view of the priority given by the state government to forest protection and greenery enhancement, the PCCF Ms. R. Shobha, who participated in the program, urged the trained Beat officers to work diligently in duty management.
The director of the Forest Academy said that besides forest related matters; they have been given special training in weapon training, survey training and jeep driving. As part of the training, the superiors honored those who showed good talent in various fields.
Kottagudem Forest Range Officer CH. Srinivasa Rao was elected, in addition to the gold medal, the superiors were honored with a reward of 15 thousand rupees.
Earlier, officials and staff participated in the College Jayanti celebrations held at Mandu Doolapally Forest Academy. Celebrated Telangana Language Day. Special CS, PCCF and other officials paid homage to Kaloji’s portrait and recalled his love of Telangana language, struggle and political activism.
Mr. R. M. Dobriyal IFS, PCCF (SF), P.V. Raja Rao, IFS, Director of the Forest Academy, Butchi Ram Reddy., IFS (Rtd) music, Course Director, K. Shiva Jyoti are participated in the event.