Hyderabad: The B.Sc. Forestry course began from the Academic year 2016 and currently 3rd batch of admissions are in progress.
Last date for submission of applications for admissions in to B.Sc. Forestry course is 10th July and with late it is up to 20th July. Candidates may visit the website www.fcrits.in for details.
The course is designed in such a way to bring out forestry professionals for the forest conservation and management activities and research development. The curriculum includes the al round development activities good for the young students joining the institution.
The first two years candidates are all exceptionally brilliant students and there is a healthy competition to learn and succeed, according to a press release.
Across the road, Horticulture University is located and moreover the Gajwel and Siddipet towns are becoming good education hub. So there will a good ecosystem for studies. More over the M.Sc. Forestry and Ph.D. Forestry shall be beginning from the year 2020.
The laboratories of Tissue Culture, Tree breeding, Wood anatomy, Wildlife forensic, Climate Science, Xylarium, Arboretum, IT and Geomatics apart from central instrumentation facility are getting ready at new campus.
The facilities for workshops, Seminars, Trainings are created in which students will be encouraged to participate.
A museum, proposed on forestry subject themes, is coming up in new campus specially of the wood identification specimens and various forest products, wildlife etc. The specimens are brought from all over India.
Coaching for preparation and appearing in competition exams is imparted with the candidates appearing for Civil Service Exams. Two months coaching is given by Vijay Naga Manikanta, IFS & IPS selected candidate of 2017 batch. Interaction is arranged with the B.Sc.
Forestry graduates who made in to All India Services like Karnan, IAS and others. Motivation session is held with IFS selected candidates of 2018 batch. The Dean, Dr. G. Chandrashekar Reddy, IFS himself is the first forestry graduate to get in to IFS in the country in 1991. (INN)