Conservation of Wetlands Karmayogi
“Wetlands are among the most productive ecosystems that contribute to biodiversity, climate mitigation and adaptation, freshwater availability, world economies and more. Sadly, through the past few centuries 90% of the wetlands have degraded.
So, World Wetland Day is celebrated each year on 2nd February with the goal to draw attention to the need to protect the fragile wetlands that are under threat from human activity.
To augment the awareness among the government employees on conservation of Wetlands Karmayogi Bharat is initiating a campaign to encourage all employees to complete the online course on iGOT Karmayogi Platform, ‘River and Wetlands’. Everyone’s participation will be critical for ensuring that we are able to achieve this milestone. This will bring further awareness on Wetland Restoration.
We encourage all the officials to register on igotkarmayogi.in and explore the course for enhancing their knowledge and contributing to the larger outcomes.
Research & Training (Forestry)(RT) Division handles
The administrative, financial and other matters of
The following autonomous organizations of the Ministry
- Indian Council of Forestry Research & Education (ICFRE), Dehradun (except establishment matters)
- Indian Institute of Forest Management (IIFM), Bhopal (including establishment matters)
- Indian Plywood Industries Research & Training Institute (IPIRTI), Bangalore (including establishment matters)
The following Subordinate Offices
- Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy (IGNFA), Dehradun (except establishment matters)
- Directorate of Forest Education (DFE), Dehradun (except establishment matters)
Following Capacity Building Programmes
- Training of IFS Officers
- Training of Personnel of Other Services
- Training of Other Stakeholders
- Foreign Training of Forestry Personnel
- Capacity Development for Forest Management and Training of Personnel (Externally Aided Project)
Other miscellaneous matters concerning Forestry Research & Training
The work of Research and Training (RT) Division is handled by Deputy Inspector General of Forests (RT) supported by AIGF (RT), Technical Officer, Research Investigator and other staff. The DIGF (RT) reports to Addl. Director General of Forests (FC).
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