68th Republic Day was celebrated at Eastern Assam Wildlife Division, Bokakhat on 26 January 2017.Dr. Satyendra Singh, IFS, Director Kaziranga National Park hoisted the National Flag in presence of Sri Rohini Ballave Saikia, IFS, DFO Kaziranga National Park and other officers & staffs. Certificates of appreciation were awarded to four numbers of staff for their praiseworthy services.
A two day meeting of Chief Wildlife Wardens of Tiger Range States and Field Directors of Tiger reserves was held at Kaziranga National Park & Tiger Reserve on 5th and 6th January, 2017. The meeting was inaugurated by Smt. Pramila Rani Brahma, Hon’ble Minister, Environment & Forest, Government of Assam.
Other dignitaries present during the inaugural function were Shri B S Bonal, ADG (Project Tiger) and Member Secretary (National Tiger Conservation Authority), Shri Bikash Brahma, PCCF & HOFF Dept of Forest Govt of Assam and Shri Paban Borthakur, Principal Secretary, Environment & Forest Department, Government of Assam.
In this two days meeting, 80 (eighty) number of Officers viz., Field Directors of the Tiger Reserves, Chief Wildlife Wardens of the Tiger Range States, Officers from Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun, Global Tiger Forum, Officers of Kaziranga , Orang, Nameri, Manas Tiger Reserves and adjoining territorial/social forestry divisions of Sonitpur, Nagaon, Golaghat, Jorhat etc participated.
A Logo design competition held at Kaziranga National Park with reference to the advertisement published on 13th October, 2016 on our website www.kaziranga.assam.gov.in on ‘One Horn Nation’ for launching the product obtain from nearby federation of eco-development committees of Kaziranga National Park.
Total 23 number of contributions received from various part of the country. The selection committee, containing the members of NGOs and forest official access all contributions and declare the logo bellow as best logo for ‘One Horn Nation’.
The wining contribution is submitted by –
P.o = Kaziranga National Park
Vill = 1 No Kohora
Dist = Golaghat (Assam)
As a part of Pradhan Mantri Swach Bharat Abhiyan the Kaziranga National Park/ Tiger Reserve, takes an active part in celebrating the ‘Clean Kohora Clean Kaziranga’. On that day, 12th November ,2016, Kaziranga National Park organized a cleanliness drive at the Kohora Range campus and outside the campus in which the Addl. DGF (Project Tiger) & Member Secretary, National Tiger Conservation Authority Sri B.S. Bonal, the Director of Kaziranga National Park Sri Satyendra Singh, Divisional Forest Officer of Kaziranga National Park Sri Suvasish Das also took an active part along with the staff, media persons, safari association and local people.
On 1st November, 2016 Sri Suvasish Das, Divisional Forest Officer, Kaziranga inaugurated the Eastern Range, Agoratoli gate of Kaziranga National Park for visitors for season 2016-17.
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Khadi and Village Industries Commission, Ministry of MSME Govt. of India in association with Kaziranga National Park organised an awareness programme on Prime Minister Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) at Centenary Convention Hall, Kohora.
Sri Suvasish Das, Divisional Forest Office, Bokakhat; Sri Manoj Kumar Das, Director IIE; Sri S.S Sil, Deputy Chief Executive Officer (NEZone), KVIC and Sri Mohesh Bora, successful entrepreneur, National Awardee was present at the programme and interact with the people. Also in presence of around 250 people from different EDC’s and nearby area of Kaziranga signify the awareness programme successful.
On 17/10/2016 a meeting was held between Sri Sarbananda Sonowal, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Assam & Sri T.R Zeliang Hon’ble Chief Minister Nagaland
at Convention Centre, Kohora of Kaziranga National Park.
The meeting was held under Border outreach program and was attended by several Ministers, Parliamentary Secretaries, Chief Secretary and officials from both the states participated in the
Sri Sarbananda Sonowal said that Assam and Nagaland has a history of brotherhood and age-old, deep rooted ties of friendship. He said the states should develop cooperation in areas of mutual interest such as intelligence sharing, crime control, action against rhino poaching and updation of NRC.