Forest Research Institute Dehradun
1- Sensitization course on “Forest, Wildlife and Environmental Conservation” for officers of other services under MoEF&CC, New Delhi funding.
2- Training on “Agroforestry and land management” for the foresters and forest guards of Bihar State under Bihar State Govt. funding.
3- Training on “Community based Natural Resource Management” for the field functionaries under Emmanuel Hospital Association, New Delhi funding.
4- Training on “Raising, Managing and Marketing of Bamboo” for the farmers of Uttarakhand
5- Agroforestry and land management" held at FRI, Dehradun to the farmers under ICFRE funding
6- Cultivation and utilization of medicinal plants” held at FRI, Dehradun to the farmers under ICFRE funding
7- Cultivation and utilization of medicinal plants” held at Chandigarh to the farmers under VVK
8- Medicinal plants based Agroforestry” held at Pinjore to the farmers under VVK
Tropical Forest Research Institute Jabalpur
1- One week training programme on "Agroforestry Principles and Management Practices" organized by the TFRI, Jabalpur during 1-5 June 2015
2- One day Awareness-cum-Training Programme on “Environmental Awareness” was organized by CFRHRD, Chhindwara at Moadei village for the villagers including women and children on 5.6.2015
3- One day training programme entitled “Bio Fertilizers and Organic Farming” was organized by CFRHRD, Chhindwara at gram Karaboh, Chhindwara District on 25.08.2015 for the farmers and villagers.
4- One day training programme entitled "Agroforestry/NWFP harvesting, processing and Value Addition" was organized by CFRHRD for B.Sc. (Agriculture) students of JNKVV, Jabalpur.
5- Following 4 training programmes were organized by Forest Extension Division in Van Vgyan Kendra, Odisha at Koraput • वनरोपणियों तथा वृक्षारोपणों के कीटों तथा रोगो का समन्वित प्रबंधन दिनाँक 03/11/2015. • उन्नतनर्सरी, बीज प्रौद्योगिकी, वृक्ष सुधार तकनिक पर प्रशिक्षण दिनाँक 04/11/2015. • कृषिवानिकी पर प्रशिक्षण दिनाँक 05/11/2015. • भारतीय वानिकी अनुसंधान एवं शिक्षा परिषद द्वारा विकसित अनुसंधान निष्कर्षों के विस्तार हेतु नेटवर्क का सशक्तिकरण पर आयोजित कार्यशाला सह प्रशिक्षण कार्यक्रम दिनाँक 4 एवं 5/11/2015.
6- One day training programme on "Disease and Insects Pest Management in Forest Nurseries and Plantations and their control" was organized by CFRHRD, Chhindwara on 26/11/2015 for the officials of State Forest deparment.
7- Two days training programme on "Carbon sequestration through afforestation" was organized by the institute during 1 – 2 December, 2015 for the Officers and Staff of the Steel Authority of India Limited at Rourkela, Odisha.
8- One day training programme entitled “Utilization of Wastelands” was organized by CFRHRD, Chhindwara at Bhaisadand village, on 22.12.2015 for farmers/villagers.
9- Two days training programme on Use of Biofrtilizers was organized by Pathology division the institute during 29-30 Dec 2015 for officials from Maharashtra State Forest department.
10- One day training programme entitled “NTFPs sustainable harvesting, processing and value addition” was organized by CFRHRD, Chhindwara at Range office, Chhindi, East Forest Division, Chhindwara District on 20.1.2016 for SFDs/villagers/JFMC members
11- Three one week training programmes, 11-15 January, 2016, 18-22 January, 2016 and 25-29 January, 2016, were organized by TFRI, Jabalpur for B.Sc. Final year students from Govt. Science College, Jabalpur
12- One day training programme entitled “Pollinators/Farmer friendly insects and Biopesticides (IPM)” was organized by CFRHRD, chhindwara at Patpada village, Chhindwara on 17.02.2016 for farmers / villagers. 42 persons attended the training.
13- One day training programme entitled “Nursery techniques of Chironji” was organized at Mordongri Khurd village, Chhindwara District on 18.03.2016 for farmers / villagers. 33 persons attended the training.
14- One day training programme entitled “Collection, processing and value addition of Mahua/Biofertilizers and Biopesticides” was organized at Amla village, Chhindwara District on 29.03.2016 for farmers / villagers. 28 persons attended the training.
15- Application of Biofertilizers in Forest Nurseries under the project "Formulation of Biofertilizers consortium and their distribution to Forest Department"
16- Application of Biofertilizers in Forest Nurseries under the project"Formulation of Biofertilizers consortium and their distribution to Forest Department"
17- Assessing and recording the impact of Damage caused by Insects-pests and diseases to tree spices in forests of Central India
18- Training programme on Nursery techniques of Chironji,
19- Training programme on Diseases and insect pests in forest nurseriesand plantations and their control measures
20- Training programme on Biofertilizers and Organic farming
21- Training programme on Nursery techniques of Chironji,
22- Training programme on Diseases and insect pests in forest nurseries and plantations and their control measures
23- Training programme on Biofertilizers and Organic farming
24- पौध उत्पादन एवं रोपणी प्रबंधन For Iora Ecological Solutions
25- Training programme on Nursery techniques of Chironji,
26- NTFP Harvesting, processing and Value Addition/Food from Forests
27- Training programme on instrumentation
28- Training on Seclection of Candidate Plus Trees
29- Training on Statistical applications in Entomological and other Biological Experiments
30- Taxonomy of Plant Kingdom
31- Training programme on Environmental Awareness
32- Training programme on “Agroforestry with special reference to medicinal plants
33- Training programme on “Environmental Awareness
34- Training programme on “Agroforestry with special reference to medicinal plants
35- Training programme on “Environmental Awareness
36- Environmental awareness
37- Environmental awareness
38- वन रोपणियों तथा वृक्षारोपणों के कीटों तथा रोगों का समन्वित प्रबंधन
39- Biofertilizers & Organic Farming
40- उन्नत नर्सरी तकनिक एवं कृषिवानिकी पर प्रशिक्षण
41- Training Programme for students
42- उन्नत नर्सरी तकनीक, वृक्ष्सुधार, कृषिवानिकी, वन रोपणियों/ वृक्षारोपणों के कीटों तथा रोगों का समन्वित प्रबंधन
43- Environmental Awareness and Biodiversity and Biodiversity Conservation
44- Environmental Awareness and Biodiversity Conservation
45- Agroforestry Systems
46- Awareness programme on Digital Payments
47- Awareness programme on Digital Payments
48- one week training programs for B.Sc. students
49- one week training programs for B.Sc. students
50- one week training programs for B.Sc. students
51- उन्नत नर्सरी तकनिक, वृक्षसुधार, कृषि वानिकी एवं वन रोपणियों / वृक्षारोपणों के कीटों तथा रोगों का समन्वित प्रबंधन".
52- one week training programs for B.Sc. students
53- one week training programs for B.Sc. students
54- Nutritional potential of Moringa oleifera leaves and prospects of its value addition
55- Development of Fast Food Products enriched with Moringa olefera (Drumsticks) Leaves and skill upgradation training to Rural women"
56- Training on "पौध उत्पादन एवं रोपणी प्रबंधन"
57- A training programme on “Environmental Awareness”
58- “Biodiversity Conservation”
59- A training programme on “Environmental Awareness”
60- “Biodiversity Conservation”
61- "Tree Planting (Agroforestry) and its Management"
62- “Pollinators/Farmer friendly Insects and Biopesticides (IPM)”
63- “Pollinators/Farmer friendly Insects and Biopesticides (IPM)”
64- "उन्नत नर्सरी, वृक्ष सुधार तकनिक, कृषिवानिकी एवं वृक्षारोपणों द्वारा कार्बन सिक्वेसट्रेशन"
65- महत्वपूर्ण औषधीय पौधों की कृषि तकनिक, मूल्य संवर्धन तथा वन रोपणियों के कीटों तथा रोगो का समन्वित प्रबंधन
66- Training cum Awareness Programme on “Improved collection and processing methods of Madhuca indica flowers and prospects of its value addition
67- Training cum Awareness Programmeon “Improved collection and processing methods of Madhuca indica flowers and prospects of its value addition
Arid Forest Research Institute Jodhpur
Trainings Conducted (From 2015 to 2017)
1- A five days refresher training course for IFS officers on ''Integrated approach for sustainable development of fragile desert eco-system".
2- One Day Training on “Combating Desertification”.
3- Two days Training on "Nursery Management".
4- Three days Training on "New techniques in forestry and agroforestry" VVK, Bikaner
5- One week training for supporting staff of ICFRE on ''Integrated approach for sustainable development of fragile desert eco-system".
6- One-Week Refresher Course on "Integrated Approach for Sustainable Development of Fragile Desert Ecosystem" for IFS Officers.
7- Two days Training on Nursery Management.
8- Three days Traning at VVK, Rajkot.
9- Two days Training on Nursery Management.
10- Two days VVK training at Bikaner.
11- Two days Training on “Production of female Ardu plants through grafting technique for higher biomass production” Under Direct to consumer Scheme of ICFRE.
12- Two days Training cum workshop on "Wild Animal Rescue and Rahabilitation'’organized jointly by AFRI, Jodhpur and SFD, Rajasthan
HIMALAYAN FOREST RESEARCH INSTITUTE (HFRI),SHIMLA
Trainings Conducted during the Last Two Years:
1- Himalayan Forest Research Institute, Shimla organized a one day meeting-cum-Camp workshop on “Cultivation of Atish (Aconitum heterophyllum) and Bankakri (Podophyllum hexandrum)” under NMPB, New Delhi funded project on 12th August, 2015 at Nichar, District Kinnaur (HP), which was attended by 34 participants from Nichar village of district, Kinnaur (HP).
2- A training programme on “Planting Stock Improvement Programme for Productivity Enhancement” under the Scheme “Training of Personnel of Other Services” of Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, New Delhi was organized by the HFRI, Shimla from 7th to 9th September, 2015 at the institute. Participants from the Department of Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry, Soil Conservation, Rural Development, Police, Custom, Revenue etc. of the state of Himachal Pradesh attended this training course.
3- To sensitize the farmers and field functionaries of HPSFD towards medicinal plants cultivation and conservation, a one day training and demonstration programme on ‘Cultivation of Atish, Ban Kakri and other important Temperate Medicinal Plants’ was organized by HFRI at Udaipur, Lahaul (H.P.) on 26th September, 2015 under the National Medicinal Plants Board, New Delhi funded research project.
52 progressive farmers of Pattan Valley of Lahaul & Spiti and frontline staff of Lahaul Forest Division participated in this training programme.
4- The institute organized a training programme on “Cultivation of Medicinal Plants” for other stakeholders at Wildlife Interpretation and Information Centre, Manali, District Kullu (H.P.) from 19th to 21st October, 2015. The training programme was funded by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Govt. of India New Delhi, wherein, 40 participants from different stakeholders including members of village Panchayats, Non-Governmental Organizations, members of civil society, media persons and progressive farmers of Kullu district actively participated in the programme.
5- Two day’s training programme and exposure visit for the farmers of Lanabaka village district Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh was organized by Himalayan Forest Research Institute, Shimla on 20th and 21st November, 2015 at Panchayat Bhawan, Lanabaka village on 20th November, 2015, which was attended by more than 25 participants.
The training programme and exposure visit was conducted under the project on ECO-WASH being implemented by this institute with the financial assistance of the Department from Science and Technology, Govt. of India, New Delhi. The trainees were also taken to award winning Nauni Panchayat of Solan district on 21st November, 2015. During this visit, the farmers were made aware of the activities like rain water harvesting, conservation and recharging of natural water resources, sanitation and hygiene.
6- For the benefit of field staff of J&K forest department, the Institute with the active support of State Forest Research Institute (SFRI), Jammu, organized a training programe on “Biological Control of Insect-pests and Diseases in Medicinal Plants” at Van Vigyan Kendra on 12th December, 2015. This training was primarily focused on the insect pests and disease incidences in the medicinal plants with special reference to the Western Himalayan region. 45 participants comprising of Forest Range Officers, Foresters and Forest Guards from Doda, Kishtwar, Bhadarwa and Jammu forest division participated in this training programme. Sh. Deepak Khanna, IFS, Chief Wildlife Warden, J&K State Forest Department was the Chief Guest in the inaugural session, while Dr. V.P. Tewari, Director, HFRI, Shimla presided over the function.
7- A five days training programme on “Bamboo Production, Management and Marketing to the Farmers of Himachal Pradesh” under Bamboo Technical Support Group (BTSG) Scheme of National Bamboo Mission (NBM) was organized by the institute at the behest of ICFRE, Dehradun in the Conference Hall of the institute from 14th -18th December, 2015.
The aim of the training programme was to promote bamboo cultivation amongst the farmers of the state of Himachal Pradesh. 25 farmers from different part of Himachal Pradesh attended the training programme enthusiastically. All the participants were also taken to the field at Dhadyarghat, where they were shown different Tissue Culture and Stem Cutting demonstration plantation of Dendrocalamus hamiltonii, which was earlier raised by the institute under DBT Funded project. Dr. Rajesh Sharma, Scientist-F HFRI, Shimla Coordinated this training programme.
8- Another training programme on “Cultivation of Atish, Ban Kakri, Chora and other important high valued Temperate Medicinal Plants” was organized by the institute at Krishi Vigyan Kerdra (KVK, SKUAST–Jammu), Bhadarwah, Jammu (Jammu & Kashmir) on 04th February, 2016 under the project funded by National Medicinal Plants Board, New Delhi. About 40 participants including progressive farmers of Bhadarwah region of Chenab Valley falling in Doda district of Jammu & Kashmir and frontline officers and staff of Department of Agriculture (J&K) stationed at Bhadarwah took active participation in the training programme.
9- An Interactive meeting on “Protection Technology for Control of Insect-pest and Diseases in Medicinal Plants” was organized by the institute at Kishtwar, Jammu on dated 04th February, 2016 under NMPB one of the components of the ‘National Medicinal Plants Board’, New Delhi funded project.
10- For the benefit of farmers from the village Lanabaka, district Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh, Himalayan Forest Research Institute, Shimla on 16th February 2016, organized one day training programme in the conference hall of the institute. The training revolved around Water Conservation, Sanitation, Hygiene and Organics and which was attended by twenty five farmers from this village which has been adopted as a Model Village by the institute.
11- A training programme on “Cultivation of Atish, Ban Kakri, Chora and other important Temperate high valued Medicinal Plants” was organized at Govt. Senior Secondary School Bhutti, Kotgarh, Shimla (H.P.) on 17th February 2016, under one of the components of the ‘National Medicinal Plants Board’, New Delhi funded project. About 40 participants including progressive farmers of Kotgarh region took active participation in the said programme.
12- For the benefit of frontline field staff of Himachal Pradesh Forest Department the institute organized a three days training “Capacity Building Programme” from 24th to 26th February 2016. The training was conducted in collaboration with Himachal Pradesh Forest Department (HPFSD) and about 35 field functionaries posted in various Forest Divisions across the state participated in this training programme..
13- A three days training programme on “Eco-restoration of Wastelands” was organized by the Institute for the Personnel of Other Services under the Scheme “Training of Personnel of Other Services” of the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Govt. of India, New Delhi at the Institute from 02.03.2016 to 04.03.2016. Thirty one participants representing various department viz., Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry, Ayurveda, Block Development Office, Eco Task Force, Research Organizations and Educational Institutions took active part in this training programme.
14- The institute organized one day training programme on the “Management of Insect Pest and diseases of Juniper” at Reckongpeo, District Kinnaur on 10th March, 2016, which was attended by about 40 farmers & frontline staff of Forest Department of Kinnaur Forest Divsion Himachal Pradesh.
8 With an objective to upgrade farmers’ skill towards cultivation of medicinal plants in the tribal region and also to sensitize them towards conservation of these high valued medicinal plants growing in their natural habitat of Himalayan region, the institute also organized one day Camp Workshop on ‘Cultivation of Himalayan Medicinal Plants' at Nichar, Kinnaur (H.P.) on 11th March, 2016 under National Medicinal Plants Board, New Delhi funded project. About 40 participants including Chairman BDC, Pradhan, Up-Pradhan & members of Nichar Panchayat took active part in the said camp workshop.
15- For the benefit of field functionaries of the Himachal Pradesh State Forest Department and for the students of collages located in the state, a 03 days training programme on “Ecology and biological control of insects including butterflies in forest eco-systems” was organized under the Externally Aided Research Project titled “Ecological studies on distributional patterns and food plant resources of butterflies along altitudinal gradients in different ecosystems of Western Himalayas subalpine forests of Himachal Pradesh”. The training programme was organized from 29th August-31st August, 2016 at the institute, where, 20 field functionaries and students actively participated in the training.
16- The institute at the behest of ICFRE, Dehra Dun conducted five days training programme on “Bamboo Production, Management and Marketing to the Farmers of Himachal Pradesh” under Bamboo Technical Support Group Scheme of National Bamboo Mission, Govt. of India, New Delhi. The training was organized from 5th-9th September 2016 with the main objective to promote bamboo cultivation amongst the farmers of the state of Himachal Pradesh. The participants were also taken to the demonstration plantation of Hill Bamboo established by the institute in the Chhichhad forest near Narkanda.
17- With a view to enhance the knowledge and also to sensitize senior functionaries of HP Forest department towards various Silviculture and Genetic issues of Forest Management, a two days training programme on “Silviculture and Genetics Aspects of Forest Management” from 28th to 29th September, 2016 was organized by the institute for. About 15 Forest Officers of the rank of Dy. CF and CF attended this training. Dr. S.P. Vasudeva, IFS PCCF & HoFF, HPSFD, Shimla inaugurated the training programme.
18- For the benefit of various stakeholders, Himalayan Forest Research Institute, Shimla organized a three days training and demonstration programme from 13th-15th, October, 2016 on “Sustainable utilization, conservation and cultivation of medicinal plants". About 20 participants representing members of Gram Panchyats, Krishi Vigyan Kendras, NGO’s, Mahila Mandals and frontline staff from Chopal Forest Division were present during this training. Dr. V.P. Tiwari, Director HFRI inaugurated the programme on 13th October, 2016.
19- A one day training programme titled “Sustainable Development through Agroforestry” was organized by the Institute for the farmers of district Kullu at one of its Van Vigyan Kendra, Jagatsukh, Manali, Distt. Kullu on 27th October, 2016. About 30 farmers and horticulturist of the district participated in this training programme. Sh. B.L. Negi, Conservator of Forests, Kullu Forest Circle, Kullu inaugurated the training programme.
20- The Institute in collaboration with the Research Wing of Himachal Pradesh Forest Department (HPFSD), Sundernagar organized a three days training programme on “Capacity Building Programme for the Frontline Field Staff of Himachal Pradesh Forest Department” from 22nd to 24th November, 2016. About 31 frontline field functionaries posted in various Forest Circles and Divisions viz. Kinnaur, Bharmour, Chamba, Chopal, Theog, Rampur, Wildlife Sarahan, Shimla and Wildlife Shimla actively participated in this training.
21- To reach the target groups comprising of farmers and the local communities in the mandated states in a more coordinated way, a one day training-cum-demonstration programme on “Cultivation of Atish, Bankakri, Chora and other important temperate medicinal plants” was organized by the institute on 29th November, 2016 at Bhalla, Distt. Doda, Jammu & Kashmir. 43 participants attended this one day programme and showed interest during this day long deliberations.
22- For the benefit of farmers of Jammu region, HFRI organized a training programme on “Nursery Techniques and Cultivation of Medicinal Plants” on 2nd December 2016 at Van Vigyan Kendra, Janipur, Jammu (J&K). A total of 36 (thirty six) farmers from different parts of Jammu region participated in this training programme. Experts from the Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) of Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences & Technology, Jammu were also present. Sh. B.M. Sharma, Director, State Forest Research Institute, Jammu (J&K) inaugurated the training programme.
23- A three days training programme on “Management of Insect- Pest and Diseases in the Nursery” from 6th -8th December, 2016 was conducted at HFRI. Major focus of the training was on the insect-pests and disease incidences in the nurseries of forestry species and their management and to generate awareness amongst the various stakeholders in the state.
24- A three days training programme on “Eco-restoration of Wastelands” was organized by HFRI, Shimla from 15th - 17th December, 2016. A total of 30 participants coming from the Himachal Pradesh Forest Department, Educational Institutions, field Rural Development Deptt. and Research Institutes participated in the training.
25- A three days training on “Biodiversity Assessment, Monitoring and Conservation" was organized by the institute for the frontline field functionaries of Chamba Wildlife Forest Division, Himachal Pradesh by HFRI on 30th January to 1st February 2017 with the major objective to generate awareness amongst the grass root level officials about the significance of biodiversity, its assessment and conservation.
26- HFRI, Shimla organized HPSFD funded three days training programme on ‘Seed and Nursery Techniques of Juniper, Conifers and High Altitude Medicinal Plants’ for field functionaries of H.P. State Forest Department at Nogli (Rampur) Shimla during 2nd to 4th February, 2017. 21 delegated from Wildlife Division Sarahan and Rampur Forest Division participated in this training programme.
27- The institute organized three days training on “Integrated Pest Management in Forestry and control of Insect Pest & Disease in Medicinal Plants” from 16th February, 2017. Major focus of the training was to control the Insect pest and disease incidences in Medicinal plants & IPM in the forestry and also to promote awareness amongst various stakeholders in the state of Himachal Pradesh..
28- A training programme on “Integrated approaches towards sustainable Management of Natural Resources and Organic Farming” was organized by the institute for the farmers of Lanabaka Panchayat during 20th - 21st February 2017. The training was organized for creating awareness amongst the farmers for conservation of natural water resources, their hygiene and promoting organics on their farm under the project on ECO-WASH funded by the Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi, Govt. of India.
29- A training and demonstration programme on ‘Mass Production of Kaphal Stock in the Nursery’ was organized by HFRI, Shimla on 27th February 2017 at Shimla. 31 farmers participated in this training programme. The training programme was conducted with a view to popularize Kaphal- an important wild fruit tree plantations in and around Shimla town to augment farming income.
Institute of Forest Productivity, Ranchi
Trainings of Five years (2012-13 to 2016-17)
1- Training on Lac cultivation to the farmers, NGO’s and Scientists under UNDP, SFD Jharkhand, SIRD Jharkhand
2- Training on Bamboo propagation cultivation and management for sustainable livelihood Under SIRD, Jharkhand
3- Training on NTFP and Medicinal plants for sustainable livelihood under, SIRD, Jharkhand
4- Training on improve method of Lac cultivation for rural livelihood promotion Under MoEF, Govt, of India
5- Training on Eco-restoration of wastes land for farmers, officers, scientists and NGOs under MoEF, Govt. of India.
6- Training on Diagnosis of Soil for production farmers, officers, scientists and NGOs under MoEF, Govt. of India.
7- Training on Bamboo handicraft for the farmers/artisans Under BTSG-ICFRE(NBM)
8- Training on Lac cultivation for the local tribals in West Singhbhum, SARANDA under GPC, LTD, Barajamda.
9- Training on upliftment Socio-economic for farmers through lac cultivation Under SIRD, Jharkhand, IFP
10- Training on NTFP for livelihood generation under, SIRD, Jharkhand
11- Training on Bamboo propagation, production, managing marketing and utility cultivation, under, SIRD, Jharkhand.
12- Exposure visit cum training for upliftment of Socio-economics of the farmers through lac cultivation under TERI, N. Delhi
13- Exposure visit cum training for upliftment of Socio-economics of the farmers through lac cultivation under SFD, Jharkhand, Deoghar
14- Exposure visit cum training for upliftment of Socio-economics of the farmers through Bamboo Raising, Bamboo economics, lac cultivation and Agroforestry underage Khan, Rural Develpoment, Pusa, Bihar.
15- Training on Raisining, Manasing and Marketing of Bamboos under BTSG-ICFRE.
16- Exposure visit cum training on lac cultivation on F. semialata for the farmers of Purulia Dist. Under SPWD, Ranchi
17- Training on Raisining, Manasing and Marketing of Bamboos under BTSG-ICFRE.
18- Training on GIS Application and its implication in Forestry for SFD and officials of West Bengal under ICFRE-VVK
19- Training on Agroforestry and Modern Nursery Technique to the farmers at Jadua, Patna, Bihar under ICFRE-VVK
20- Training on Bamboo Handicrafts to the farmers at Ranchi under ICFRE-VVK
Institute of Forest Biodiversity, Hyderabad
2015 - 2016
1- Training programme on cultivation of medicinal plants in Agroforestry organized by IFB Hyderabad
2- National conference on New Frontiers in Medicinal Plants Research NCMP-2015 organized by Dept. of Botany, Osmania University College for women, Hyderabad in collaboration with IFB, Hyderabad.
3- Dr. G.R.S. Reddy, Sc-G organized a training in sustainable agroforestry models for Andhra Pradesh at IFB, Hyderabad
4- Training programme on 'Forest Genetic Resource Assessment & Conservation' Sponsored by MoEF&CC
5- Dr.G.R.S. Reddy, Sc-G, delivered lecture and conducted training to farmers on Seed technology, Nursery training and Agroforestry systems at Bellampally and Mancherial.
6- D. Jayaprasad IFS had organized one day awareness training to the employees of NTPC, Visakhapatnam on World Environment Day.
7- Second National Seminar on “Conservation, Restoration and Sustainable management of Mangrove forests in India” organized by IFB Hyderabad at WBC, Visakhapatnam.
8- Dr. G.R.S. Reddy, Sc-G, conducted one training on Agroforestry practices with medicinal plants to farmers and conducted on field training at Chinthapally, (M), Nalagonda (Dist), Telangana state to 5 progressive farmers
9- Dr. G.R.S. Reddy, Sc-G, conducted training on VVK for 10 farmers at IFB, Hyderabad.
10- The WBC, Vishakhapatnamhad collaborated in the National Seminar on "Green Wealth for Global Health” held at V.S.Krishna Govt. Degree and P.G.College, Vishakhapatnam.
11- Dr.G.R.S.Reddy, Sc-G organized five trainings for farmers on Medicinal plants Cultivation in Agroforestry at Bhainsa.
12- Dr. G.R.S. Reddy, Director, conducted training on VVK for 60 farmers at IFB, Hyderabad.
Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding Coimbatore
1- Training on “Seed handling and nursery technology for biodiversity conservation and sustainable production” at IFGTB during 7-8 September 2016
2- Training workshop on “Bioprospecting –Role of State Forest Departments” for Indian forest Officers from 21 July to 22 July 2016 by the division of Bioprospecting. About 15 Nos. IFS officers were participated. The training was sponsored by the Ministry of Environment Forests & climate change, Govt. of India, New Delhi.
3- Hands on training “Bioprospecting-Instrumentation methods and phytochemical analysis” from 17th Aug to 19th Aug 2016 by the division of Bioprospecting. About 22 Nos. of participants from various college/universities/Institutions from Tamilnadu were participated.
4- Hands on training “Bioprospecting-Instrumentation methods and phytochemical analysis” from 22-23 December 2016 by the division of Bioprospecting. About 23 Nos. of participants from various college/universities/ Institutions from Tamil Nadu were participated.
5- Hands-on training on “Analysis of DNA marker data for the researchers” from 19th -24th September 2016
6- Training on “Vegetative propagation” to field Officers of Tamil Nadu Forest Department on 31st January 2017
7- One-week Workshop on “Scientific Writing for forestry Professionals” at the Institute in January, 2017.
8- Training on ‘Biological Diversity Act, 2002’, was conducted from 1-3 February 2017. The training was attended by 30 participants who included faculty from university/ colleges, scientists, forest staff, research scholars as well as Ayurvedic / Siddha medical practitioners/ researchers
9- Training on Plant Taxonomy was conducted from 05.10.2016 to 07.10.2016 for teachers, Scientists and research workers from college, universities and other research organizations. It was attended by 16 members.
10- Training on Techniques in Bio-fertilizers Production, Maintenance and Application in Nursery and Field" to various stake holders viz., College Teachers, Students, Farmers, Tree Growers and Commercial Entrepreneurs (25 Nos.) at IFGTB.
11- Summer project training at Forest Pathology Lab., Forest Protection Division, IFGTB, Coimbatore. Total of 06 students (M.Sc. Botany, Biotechnology and Microbiology) from different colleges and of Tamil Nadu underwent the said training.
12- One week Training course on “Forest Genetic Resource Management” for IFS Officers
13- One week HRD Training Programme on “Forest Genetic Resources Management and Conservation’ for Scientists and Research Officers of ICFRE
14- One week HRD Training Programme at IFGTB on “Germplasm Conservation and Documentation” for Research support staffs of ICFRE
Rain Forest Research Institute Jorhat
1- RFRI organized a Field Functionaries Training on Bamboo sponsored by Orissa Bamboo Development Agency, Bhubaneswar under National Bamboo Mission from 6th to 10th April, 2015. Total of 17 Officials participated in the training
2- RFRI organized a training from 8th to 10th April, 2015 for the 'Range Forest Officer Trainees' from CASFOS, Burnihat (Batch 2015-2016) on various topics, viz. Genetic Improvement of important forest species of NE; Agarwood, Seed Technology; Propagation, Nursery Management and Cultivation of Bamboo; Diseases of forest nursery/ plantation and their management; Vermicomposting and Biofertilizer Applications in Forestry; Application of GIS in Forestry and Statistics. Total of 39 trainees participated in the training programme.
3- RFRI organized a scientific presentation on ‘Mandatory requirements for designing of plant tissue culture laboratory and Standard Operating Procedures for tissue culture production facility’ to create awareness and update the knowledge on establishment of Tissue Culture Laboratory on 20th July, 2015. Presentation was delivered by Mr. Sabu Thomas from ELS Instruments Ltd., Bengaluru.
4- Training cum workshop on Bamboos Handicraft (Direct to Consumer Programme of ICFRE) was held from 27th July to 8th August, 2015 for 21 trainees from the Institution for Culture and Rural Development (I-CARD), Baghchung, Jorhat consisting of school dropout students of Mishing Tribe from Assam and Arunachal Pradesh, under the Project "Capacity building, skill up-gradation of artisans and promotion of traditional Bamboo handicraft and art with improved technology, suitable design and value addition".
5- One day training programme was organized on 11th August, 2015 for 15 farmers from SHEWA, a Jorhat based NGO, Bahona Jorhat on bamboo propagation and nursery management practices, different product development activities and Bamboo treatment at Bamboo composite centre. They were also explained about bamboo composite centre where various machines are used for bamboo handicraft sector.
6- A group of 35 Forest Guard Trainees from Assam Forest Guard School, Makum visited RFRI on 20th August, 2015. Training was imparted on bamboo as raw material in the world market. Field demonstrations on "Bamboo Propagation and Nursery Management" were also given. The team visited Bamboo Composite Centre where they were explained about bamboo preservation techniques and different products of bamboo.
7- One day training programme was organized on 27th September, 2015 for 38 farmers from Seva Kendra (NGO), Dibrugarh on lac cultivation, techniques of bamboo propagation and nursery management practices, different product development activities and bamboo treatment at Bamboo Composite Centre
8- Training cum workshop on Bamboo Handicrafts (Direct to Consumer Programme of ICFRE) was held from 2nd to 13th November, 2015 for 27 trainees from Senapati District, Manipur and Karbi-Anglong District, Assam under the Project "Capacity building, skill up-gradation of artisans and promotion of traditional Bamboo handicraft and art with improved technology, suitable design and value addition".
9- Exposure visit for a group of 17 Forest Guards with their Lecturer from State Forest Training Institute, Roing, Arunachal Pradesh on 27th November, 2015. Training cum field demonstrations on Bamboo Propagation, Nursery Management & Bamboo Preservation Techniques were given & different product of Bamboo in Bamboo Composite Centre were shown
10- Training cum workshop from 1st to 13th February, 2016 on Bamboo Handicrafts (Direct to Consumer Programme of ICFRE) was held for trainees from Meghalaya and Lakhimpur, Sibsagar and Jorhat Districts of Assam under the Project "Capacity building, skill up-gradation of artisans and promotion of traditional Bamboo handicraft and art with improved technology, suitable design and value addition". Total participants were 22.
11- RFRI organized a training from 4th to 6th February, 2016 on "Agarwood" for 2 trainees from Maharastra and Jorhat.
12- Training Workshop on "National Database Web Portal" was held at RFRI, Jorhat organized by BTSG, ICFRE for the Forest Officers of North Eastern States on 11th and 12th February, 2016
13- Refresher training programme on Self Help Groups-cum Exposure visit for NGOs was held at RFRI, on18th February, 2016, organized by NABARD, Jorhat in collaboration with RFRI,. Total participants were 25 from different NGOs.
14- RFRI organized a training from 29th February to 4th March, 2016 on "Propagation, Nursery Management, Commercial Cultivation and Value Addition of Bamboo" for the trainees of Gujarat and Maharastra, sponsored by "DHRUVA-BAIF, Navsari, Gujarat. Total participants were 5.
15- RFRI organized a training for the farmers, Artisans from Tinsukia District of Assam on "Bamboo based Livelihood generation and other Tree species" from 14th to 15th March, 2016. Total participants were 15.
16- A 3 day's training programme was organized for the trainee FROs from CASFOS, Burnihat from 25th April, 2016 to 7th May, 2016 at RFRI. Total participants were 29.
17- RFRI conducted a 16 days training programme on skill development on Nursery Management at Garupaban JFMC, Geleki, Sivasagar Forest Division, Sivasagar (Assam) from 8th to 23rd August, 2016 under the Assam Project on Forest and Biodiversity Conservation. Total participants were 35
18- A 17 days training cum workshop on “Skill Development and Capacity Building of Rural Youth for Livelihood Generation through Bamboo Handicrafts” was held at RFRI from 6th to 22nd September, 2016. Total participants were 32.
19- One day technology transfer cum awareness training programme was organized by RFRI, Jorhat on 11th September, 2016 at Market Place, Teok, Jorhat to create awareness among the local community about the value added products from locally available fruits and health benefits of consumption. Total participants were 50
20- RFRI organized a one day "Skill Development Training on Lac Cultivation & Processing" on 1st Nov, 2016. Twenty five participants from RFRI Demo Village, NGOs and SHGs of Jorhat district participated in the training.
21- Two days training was imparted to Sri Kaushik Tusnial, Karimganj, Assam on Agarwood: Nursery and Plantation Management, Artificial Inoculation of Agar Tree, on 28th Nov, 2016 to 29th Nov, 2016.
22- A 3 days training on “Principles of Nursery Management", "Integrated Management of Nursery Pest and Disease", "Package of Practices of important fuel/grass/fodder species", "Vermicomposting Technology and its applications", "Vegetative Propagation techniques" and "seed Technology" from 27th Dec, 2016 to 29th Dec, 2016 was organized by RFRI for the field workers of Aaranyk, Guwahati (Assam).The training was sponsored by Aaranyk, Guwahati (Assam). Total participants were 3.
23- The Institute organized a one week training cum workshop on "Capacity Building and Skill Development of Bamboo Handicrafts" from 5th to 11th July, 2016 at Kasturba Gram Seva Kendra, Parijat, Bokota, Sivasagar for the local people of Bokota, Sivasagar of Assam.
24- The institute organized a one week training cum workshop on "Capacity Building and Skill Development of Bamboo Handicrafts" from 12th to 18th July, 2016 at Gramin Cane & Bamboo Center, Na Nath Gaon, Bokota, Sivasagar for the local people of Bokota, Sivasagar of Assam.
25- A five day's training programme on “Cultivation of wild mushrooms” was organized by RFRI, Jorhat from 26th to 30th September, 2016. The training programme was sponsored by North-East Centre for Technology Application and Reach (NECTAR).
26- RFRI, Jorhat Organized a five days training on "Bamboo Value Chain" from 10th Nov,2016 to 14th Nov,.2016 in collaboration with G.B.Pant National Institute of Himalayan Environment & Sustainable Development, NE unit, Itanagar (AP) for the people of Miao and Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh under the project "Landscape Initiative for the Far-Eastern Himalayas (Hi-LIFE)". The training was sponsored by International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), Nepal.
27- RFRI conducted a two day training workshop on "Bamboo Resource Development for Addressing Livelihood Concerns of Communities" for 23 IFS Officers from different states on 22nd Nov, 2016 and 23rd Nov, 2016 which was sponsored by MoEF&CC, Govt. of India.
Institute of Wood Science and Technology, Malleswaram, Bengaluru
1- Training on "Wood Protection" was conducted for Naval Dockyard, Mumbai (19 nos.). Naval Dockyard Vizag (4 nos.) and one from Railways, Bangalore from 19th - 21st January 2015.
2- A Training programme on "Sandalwood Cultivation" was conducted at Sagar on 20.3.2015.
3- A Training programme on "Bamboo propagation and Utilization" was organised by the Institute, at Mysore in coordination with M/s Sushira, an NGO of Mysore alongwith Arivu School on 8th March 2015.
4- Two days training workshop was organized on 6/5/2015 and 7/5/2015 for the IFS Officers on "Advancements in wood products and utilization".This event was sponsored by MoEF&CC. A total of 20 Officers from different states.
5- A Training program for Forest Range Officer Trainees of 2014-15 batch of Central Academy for Forest Service, Coimbatore on "Wood Science & Technology, Bengaluru from 20th - 24th July 2015".A total of 32 participants from different states participated in this training.
6- Training programme on Instrumentation technique on 09-09-2015.
7- Training programme on "Forest, Wildlife and Environment Conservation for officers other than Forest Department was conducted from 21 - 23 September 2015.
8- Training on "Wood Science and Technology" to 37 Range Forest Officers of Tamil Nadu Forest Academy, Coimbatore from 13th - 17th November 2015 was Organised.
1- Compulsory training to IFS Officers on "Advances in Wood Production and Utilization" was held during 9th - 13th January, 2016.
2- A five day training program on "Wood Science & Technology" was conducted for State Forest Service Officers from Central Academy for State Forest Service,Coimbtore at Institute of Wood Science & Technology ,Bengaluru during 11-15 January 2016.
3- Training on "Wood Protection" was organized from 18th - 22 nd January 2016 at IWST, Bengalore.
4- Short term training on "Fild identification of Timbers" was organized from 8th - 12th February 2016 at IWST, Bengalore.A total of 8 participants participated in the training program.
5- Training on "Sandalwood:Seed handling , nursery and plantation technology" was organized from 15th - 19th February 2016 at IWST, Bengalore, A total 55 participants participated in the training program.
6- one day training programme on "Wood Science and Forestry" for Forest Staff, CRFO forest guard, JRF OF SFRI, Chennai was conducted on 23-3-2016.
7- Two day Exposure cum training programme on "Wood Science and technology" for Foresters, Rangers and Assistent Conservator of Foresters of different range of Tamilnadu was conducted on 28th and 29th March 2016.
8- Hands on Training on "Wood Science and training" for 2015-17 batch of Range Forest Officers of Tamil Nadu Forest Academy, Coimbtore(1st- 15 August 2016) was organized.
9- A demonstration and training programme on Sandalwood, Other Forestry and Wood Science Technology was organized at Somwarpet,Coorg on 12th September,2016.
10- A training cum demonstration programme on forestry related technologies was conducted at Chintamani in Karnataka by Extension Division of the Institute on 18th October 2016.
11- a training programme was conducted at Devanagere on 21st October 2016.The principal theme of the event was "Sandalwood cultivation and other forestry related aspects".A total of 110 farmers attended.
12- A training programme on Sandalwood cultivation and other forestry aspects was conducted at Hirehally ,Tumkur on 27/10/2016.The training was conducted by IWST in collaboration with Krishi Vijnana Kendra ,Hirehally ,Tumkur
13- A training programme on Sandalwood cultivation and other forestry aspects at KLEKVK, Belagavi on 1st December 2016.
14- A Hands on training on "Wood Science and Technology " for SFS probationers of CASFOS, Coimbtore was held from 5th to 9th , December , 2016.
Centre for Forestry Research and Human Resource Development Chhindwara (CFRHRD)
2015 - 2016
1- Environmental Awareness
2- Biofertilizers and Organic farming
3- Environmental Awareness
4- Agroforestry / NTFPs harvesting, processing and value addition / Food from forest
5- Diseases and Insect pests in forest nurseries and plantations and their control measures
6- Utilization of Wastelands
7- NTFPs harvesting, processing and value addition / Food from forest
8- Pollinators / farmer friendly Insects and biopesticides
9- Nursery Techniques of B. lanzan Chironji
10- Collection methods of Mahua / Biofertilizers and biopesticides
2016 - 2017
11- Biodiversity Conservation
12- Environmental Awareness
13- Nursery Techniques of Chironji/Biofertilizers and Organic farming/Diseases and Insect Pests in Forest Nurseries and plantations and their control measures
14- Nursery Techniques of Chironji/Biofertilizers and Organic farming/ Diseases and Insect Pests in Forest Nurseries and plantations and their control measures
15- Nursery Techniques of Chironji/NTFPs harvesting, Processing and value addition
16- Environmental Awareness
18- Environmental Awareness
20- Environmental Awareness
21- Environmental Awareness
22- Environmental Awareness
23- Biofertilizers and Organic farming
24- Environmental Awareness & Biodiversity Conservation
25- Environmental Awareness & Biodiversity Conservation
26- Nursery Techniques of B. lanzan (Chironji) and Utilization of Wastelands
27- Nursery Techniques of B. lanzan (Chironji) and Utilization of Wastelands
28- Environmental Awareness & Biodiversity Conservation
29- Environmental Awareness & Biodiversity Conservation
30- Nutritional Benefits of Moringa oleifera leaves and prospects of its value addition
31- Nutritional Benefits of Moringa oleifera leaves and prospects of its value addition
32- Environmental Awareness & Biodiversity Conservation
33- Environmental Awareness & Biodiversity Conservation
34- Pollinators/Farmer Friendly Insects and Biopesticides (IPM)
35- Pollinators/Farmer Friendly Insects and Biopesticides (IPM)
36- Improved collection and processing methods of Madhuca indica flowers and prospects of its value addition
Advanced Research Centre for Bamboo and Rattan (ARCBR)
1- Two days Farmers training on Cultivation of Bamboo and Rattan and Preparation of Bamboo charcoal was conducted by ARCBR on 29-30 March, 2016. 30 farmers from Bethlehem Veng, Armed Veng and Chite Veng of Aizawl district of Mizoram participated in the training programme.
2- Two trainings each of one week for 20 farmers/bamboo artesian/entrepreneur are organised every year under VVK by ARCBR by imparting training in the areas of bamboo and rattan and their value addition.
3- Awareness Programme on REDD+ at Reiek Village, District Mamit, Mizoram on 28.04.17
Centre for Social Forestry & Eco-Rehabilitation(CSFER), Allahabad
1- Three days specialized training from 24th to 26th February 2015 organized on Social Forestry in Rural Development and Poverty Alleviation for Bhavishya Educational and Charitable Society. (A West Bengal based NGO)
2- Training cum demonstration programme on Agroforestry in eastern U.P on 18th March 2015 for local farmers.
3- NABM training ( 05 days ) for farmers of Eastern UP from 02-06 Nov. 2015.
4- One day training on “Agroforestry in eastern U.P with special focus on Poplar” for the farmers on 10.02.2016
5- A One–day Training on "Agro forestry” on 08.02.2016 to educate and aware students.
6- One day training on “Agroforestry in eastern U.P” on 16.03.2016 for Local farmers
7- One day field trip/training to students from Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture, Technology & Sciences (Formerly Allahabad Agricultural University) to progressive farmer at Phoolpur in Allahabad was organized on 1st April 2016.
8- One day farmers training on “organic farming in context to Agroforestry” was organized on dated 3.05.2016
9- Training on “Planting techniques of important forestry species” on 3/08/2016 for local farmers
Centre for Forest-based Livelihoods and Extension (CFLE), Agartala
1- Awareness visit to BCDI for Bamboo Handicrafts and Entrepreneureship Development
2- Training on Bamboo Treatment techniques
3- VVK Training (Funded by RFRI)
4- Training on Agroforestry and Low-cost vermi-composting techniques
5- Training Programme on Model of community livelihood nursery
6- Training on Bamboo Treatment techniques & vermicomposting technique, bamboo treatment, Bamboo propagation & multiplication
7- Training on Bamboo Treatment techniques
8- Training on vermi composting technique
9- Farmers’ Meet and Consultation Workshop on Promotion of Forest-based Livelihoods for Environmental Security
10- Environmental Day programme
11- Training on Introduction of Flemingia- based Lac Cultivation for Livelihood Development
12- Training on Bamboo Treatment techniques
13- Awareness Meeting of Bamboo Nursery and Bamboo Plantation:
14- Training on Bamboo Propagation, Preservation & value addition
15- Training on Bamboo Propagation,Preservation& value addition
16- Interactive Meet-cum- Workshop ( Documentation of medicinal Plant ingredients in traditional medicines for most Common diseases
17- Training Workshop on Bamboo handicrafts and jewelry
18- Training on Bamboo Propagation, Preservation & value addition
19- Training on Bamboo Propagation, Preservation& value addition
20- World Bamboo Day
21- Training on vermicomposting and exercise on estimating the economics of the activity
22- Training On-Bamboo Treatment Technique and value addition of Bamboo
23- Training on Bamboo Nursery Disease Management and Bio-pesticides application
24- Training Workshop on Bamboo Propagation, Preservation and Value Addition
25- Training on Bamboo Treatment Technique & Product Launching Ceremony (A brand of treated bamboos for versatileuses)TryBam
26- Skill Upgradation & Entrepreneurship Development Training on Bamboo and value addition
27- TRAINING PROGRAME ON LOW COST VERMICOMPOSTING TECHNIQUES
1- Liaison meet and participatory planning on ‘On farm Innovation for livelihood Development’
2- Training program on Low-Cost Vermicomposting Techniques
3- Training programme on Low-Cost Vermicomposting Techniques
4- Training programme on Bamboo propagation, preservation and value addition for skill up gradation & Entrepreneurship Development
5- Training programme on Bamboo Nursery Management and Bamboo Treatment
6- Training programme on Vermicomposting
7- Training workshop on “Seed Grading and On-farm Trials for Productivity Enhancement in Jhum Crops”
8- Two day training workshop on “Management of Herbal Gardens and Documentation of Traditional Healing practices”
9- 3 days training workshop on “Technology Extension through Field Demonstration of Forest-based Livelihood Options”
10- Livelihood-Forestry Mela
11- Observance of Earth Day – 2016 (Briksha Rupan Mahautsav, 2016)
12- Observance of International Day for Biological Diversity
13- Demonstration and interpretation of results on - Germination Trial of Jhum crop seeds
14- Demonstration and interpretation of results on - Germination Trial of Jhum crop seeds
15- Training programme on Bamboo propagation
16- Bamboo Propagation and Nursery Management
17- Observance of World Environment day
18- Observance of International Yoga day
19- Training programme “Bamboo Propagation Preservation and Value Addition of Bamboo”
20- Skill Sharing Workshop on Promotion of Forest-based Livelihood among youth in Tripura on the occasion of World Youth Skills Day
21- Interactive meet of Farmers and Facilitators organised by TRIBAC in collaboration with CFLE, Agartala
22- Workshop on “Extension of livelihood activities by Master Trainers to visiting farmers of Tripura”
23- Workshop on Lac-Culture and Management
24- Skill Development Programme for Bamboo Artisans in collaboration with Craftbazar
25- Exposure Visit -cum- Training Program on Broom Grass Cultivation and Other Community Livelihood Practices in Tripura (For the CBOs under Meghalaya Basin Development Authority)
26- Workshop on Agartala Start-up Meet was organised jointly by TRIBAC, CFLE, JUST and NEDF
27- Skill Development Programme for Bamboo Artisans
28- Education tour for 3rd Semester M.Sc. Forestry and Biodiversity students
29- Eco Skill Development Programme for Divyaang Jan for Generation of Sustainable Livelihood Options
30- Observance of “Constitution Day” on the occasion of the 125 th Birth Anniversary of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
31- Exposure Visit” on Community Livelihood Practices in Tripura for participants from Manipur under JUST
32- Workshop cum Exhibition on “Role of Herbal Home Garden in Traditional Health Care and Conservation”
33- Inauguration program of Holistic EcoLivelihood Park (HELP) at Guchamura, Bamutia, West Tripura
34- Series of Skill Development Programme for Bamboo Artisans in collaboration with Ashabari
35- Training program on Vermicomposting Techniques
36- Awareness Generation Program on Forest- based Livelihood Options organised in collaboration with MSWS
1- Training on Apiculture was organised at Holistic Eco Livelihood Park (HELP)
2- An Awareness Programme for students on Low cost Vermicomposting through School Waste Management
3- Exposure Visit – cum - Training Program on Community Approach in Development of 30/01/2017 to 05/02/2017 North Tripura 35 Forest-based Livelihood options. (For the JFMC members and Field Staffs under Assam Project for Forest and Biodiversity)
4- Training on Bamboo Shoot and Edible (NTFPs) and Entrepreneurship Development
5- Training on Bamboo Shoot and Edible (NTFPs) and Entrepreneurship Development
6- Observation of National Science Day
7- Dimension of Natural Resource Based Livelihood Development and Promotio n in Tripura
8- Observance of International Day for Biological Diversity
9- Awareness program on Sustainable Development Initiatives
10- Workshop on SWOT Analysis Workshop on "Assessment of Feasibility and Effectiveness of various Bamboo Preservation Techniques/Trials
11- Observance of World Environment Day, 2017
12- Observance of 3rd Interantional day of Yoga in collaboration
13- Observance of “Van Mahotsav Week
14- “Awareness generation cum Training Program on Bamboo Harvesting and Preservation Techniques for Housing”
15- Awareness program on ‘Learning Nature in Science’.
16- Training on Ex-situ Conservation on Herbal Medicines
17- Awareness program on ‘Learning Nature in Science’
18- Observance of Hindi Saptah Samaroh
19- Observance of World Ozone Day
20- Observance of World Bamboo Day