Guwahati: A week-long training course for IFS officers at the College of Veterinary Science, Khanapara started on Monday. Assam Excise, Forests and Environment and Fisheries Minister Parimal Suklabaidya attended the inaugural session of the course. The event was also attended by senior officials of Assam Forests & Environment Department and Assam Agricultural University.
Speaking on the occasion Suklabaidya said, “This particular week-long training course for IFS officers is on ‘Human-Wildlife Conflicts: Causes & Mitigation Measures’. In this course, the IFS officers will get to know how basically we can control the human-wildlife conflicts. We will have detailed discussions with other states’ forest officials virtually and come up with new techniques as to how can we tackle such unwanted Human-Wildlife conflicts. I pitched on the importance of the self-realization of human beings on the value of wildlife which continues to be an important aspect for reducing such conflicts.”
“For the past 5 years, I have been working tirelessly under the leadership of our chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal. We have worked for the benefit of the people of the state and tried our best in giving solutions to the problems. I am delighted that we have almost covered the works that were pending for many years. And I hope that in the coming years we will be able to serve the people,” said Suklabaidya.
Attended the inaugural session of the week long training course for IFS officers nationally on ‘Human-Wildlife Conflicts:Causes & Mitigation Measures’ at Veterinary College,Khanapara along with senior officials of Assam Forests & Environment Dept & Assam Agricultural University. pic.twitter.com/lUIMGOdl8W
— Parimal Suklabaidya (@ParimalSuklaba1) January 18, 2021