Telangana Govt to Introduce BSc Forestry Course from this Year
Telangana Govt to Introduce BSc Forestry Course: The Government of Telangana has decided to launch four year professional course of B Sc in Forestry from 2016 – 17 academic year, BC Welfare Minister Jogu Ramanna has said.
Telangana Govt to Introduce BSc Forestry Course
Addressing a press conference after launching an official website for FCRI (Forest College and Research Institute) at the Secretariat here on Wednesday, he said that Telangana government, in a first, launched the course with 50 seats to be taught at Forest College and Research Institute in Mulugu (affiliated to Osmania University) in Medak district.
In-take for Bachelors will be 50, M Sc will be 36 and PhD will be 18. Application and details are available on www.fcrits.in.
Ramanna said that 118 posts including 50 teaching will be filled for the college. Temporary classes will begin at Dulapally Forest College. On completion, the trainees are likely to get jobs, he said.
The forest college will teach ICAR syllabus on the lines of those institutes in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.