In order to achieve the above objectives, the Society may engage itself in such types of programs and activities, and in such subjects, and for the benefit of such subjects, and for the benefit of such persons, areas, and sectors of activity as are exemplified here under –


1. Training programs of short and long durations including Induction training for Range Forest Officers and Assistant Conservators of Forests, seminars, workshops, and conferences, as a means of continuing education for practicing forest managers, administrators, and scientific and technical cadres and other interested Persons including people’s representatives and officers and staff of other departments to expose them to forest, wildlife and environmental issues.

2. Policy oriented and operational research.

3. Consultancy and Extension Services.

4. Publication and production of training aids.

5. Coordination with other Regional Forestry Training Societies in Maharashtra and YASHADA, PUNE for knowledge and information sharing through various Media like video conferencing, exchange of faculty, exchange visits etc.

6. Facilitate Environment Impact Assessment Studies and

7. Conduct courses in Environment and Forest related issues in collaboration with UGC recognized Universities through MoU’s to be signed with them.


1. The programs may cover all concepts, principles and techniques related to forest and wildlife conservation and management.

2. The programs may cover all functionaries of the Departments of Government of Maharashtra as well as, teachers and practitioners of forest management in Boards, Corporations and other public sector undertakings in Sectors such as agriculture and rural development, forestry; fisheries and animal husbandry; energy; rural entrepreneurial development; mass media; tourism and public relations; legal systems; police administration; environment habitat; appropriate technology; non-organized, decentralized sectors of economic, social and political activity, especially, persons from institutions, bodies and organizations concerned with the use of knowledge in forest management.