1. Rajasthan Forestry & Wildlife Training Institute, J. L. N. Marg, Jaipur 

  • Logistics : All the on-campus programmes of the Institute are residential. Lodging and Board are provided to participants. Limited transport facilities, esp. in groups, is also available for local day-to-day transport needs. No course fee is payable by the participants.
  • Facilities : The Institute at Jaipur consists of an Administrative Block, a spacious auditorium, a well-stocked Champions library, modern state-of-the-art classrooms and Sir Brandis conference hall, along with a fully equipped audio visual laboratory. The hostel, 'Chinkara' and mess facility is hygienic and comfortable. Tennis and badminton courts, table tennis, a reading room and television provide the hostel inmates with ample leisure activities. A beautiful lawn around the complex with an in-house nursery in the midst of sylvan surroundings completes the picture. The nursery serves as a centre for demonstration of nursery techniques an outdoor classroom, while also providing saplings to plant lovers.
  • FacultyThe core faculty of R.F.W.T.I. has been drawn from serving and retired forest officers with professional expertise and long field experience in various disciplines of forestry. The in-house faculty is engaged in planning, designing and organizing training programmes by assisting the Director, R.F.W.T.I.

A large number of eminent academicians, professionals, social workers and senior bureaucrats of the State & Central government visit the institute as guest faculty from time to time, depending upon the course curriculum and their field of expertise.

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Established in 1986 under the National Social Forestry Project, the Forestry Training Institute, Jaipur, lies amid a sprawling green campus in the heart of the city on Jawaharlal Nehru Marg. Two subsidiary campuses function from Jodhpur and Alwar providing regular training to foresters, forest guards and frontline staff.

Having come a long way since its inception, the R.F.W.T.I. today stands out as an excellent support centre and a forum for exposure to the new challenges emerging out of the changing role of forestry in the precariously placed 21st century environment. Balancing and managing the fast diminishing forest resources equitably along with ensuring sustainable livelihood security to people living in and around forested areas for generations in a demanding task. Coupled with the imminent threat from global warming and vanishing wild species of flora and fauna, the job of the forester has become singularly difficult. To train such a challenging force of individuals requires an equal amount of expertise and skill. The R.F.W.T.I. picked up the guantler and has been performing exceptionally well for over two decades. Unique in its approach and forward thinking in its ideas, the R.F.W.T.I. shares the expertise and experience of its faculty members not only with departmental officers but also with NGOs and school children.

The RFWTI believes in a holistic vision that never discounts the past, but at the same time, embraces the future with enormous confidence in the ability to shape it and harness its potentialities.

Training calendar for Financial Year 2018 -19             

An out of Box Training Tntervention "A Case Study 14 Oct., 2013 to 13 Jan  2014"


2. Rajasthan Forest Training Center, Alwar

  • Established in 1954.
  • Transfered from Kota to Alwar.
  • Location : Alwar-Jaipur State Highway near Sonava Doongari.
  • Training Centre and Office at Narayan Vilas.
  • Hostel and residence at Guruji ki Kothi ( Bhoogre) Alwar.
  • Training of Foresters and Forest Guards.
  • Trained 52 Batches of Foresters and 10 of Forest Guards.
  • Others :-

                 Refresher Courses of Foresters

                 Travelling workshops of VFPMC's

  • Director (Deputy Conservator of Forest)

                 Ph. No. 0144-2700872 (O)

                 Ph. No. 0144-2342951 (R)

  • Facilities : Library, Games, Sports, Accommodations for 70 Trainees.



3. Maru Van Prashikshan Kendra, Jodhpur

  • Established in 1978-79
  • Location : 7 KM Away from Jodhpur Railway Station at Jodhpur Pali National Highway
  • Training of Foresters and Forest Guards
  • Trained 9 Batches of Foresters and 62 of Forest Guards
  • Others :-

                       Refresher Courses of Foresters

                       Travelling workshops of VFPMC's

                       Watershed Management

                       Training of School Children

  • Director (Deputy Conservator of Forest)

                     Ph. No. 0291-2635432 (O)

  • Facilities : Library, Games, Sports, Accommodations for 48 Trainees.

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