Forest (Territorial) Department Information:

1.   Introduction:

The Tumkur Forest division has a long and cherished history for pragmatic and conservation oriented management of Forests. The forest Department has got onerous responsibilities of managing and protecting the Forest Land spread over 1292.76 Sq. Kms.

Tumkur Territorial Forestry Division came in to existence during 1955. It is under the Administration Control of State Government of Karnataka and under the Technical Control of Chief Conservator of Forests, Hassan Circle, Hassan. This Division has Three Sub Divisions and Ten Range Offices.

 

Tumkur Head Office Address:

 

The Deputy Conservator of Forests

Tumkur Division,

Ramakrishna Nagar,

Tumkur-05.

  Other branch Officers complete address:

 

Sl.No.

Name of the Office

1.

The Assistant Conservator of Forests

Tumkur Sub Division,

Ramakrishna Nagar, Tumkur.

2.

The Assistant Conservator of Forest,

Tiptur Sub Division, Tiptur.

3.

The Assistant Conservator of Forests

Madhugiri Sub Division, Madhugiri.

4.

Range Forest Officer,

Tumkur Range, Banashankari, Tumkur.

Pin Code; 572102

5.

Range Forest Officer,

Gubbi Range, Gubbi.

Pin Code; 572216

6.

Range Forest Officer,

Kunigal Range, Huliyurdurga.

Pin Code; 572123

7.

Range Forest Officer,

Tiptur Range, Tiptur.

Pin Code; 572202

8.

Range Forest Officer,

Bukkapatna Range, Bukkapatna.

Sira Taluk. Pin Code; 572115

9.

Range Forest Officer,

Chikkanayankanahalli Range, Chikkanayankanahalli.

Pin Code; 572214

10.

Range Forest Officer,

Madhugiri Range, Madhugiri .

Pin Code; 572132

11.

Range Forest Officer,

Sira Range, Sira.

Pin Code; 572137

12.

Range Forest Officer,

Koratagere Range, Koratagere

Pin Code; 572129

13.

Range Forest Officer,

Pavagada Range, Pavagada.

Pin Code; 561202

2.   Contact Details (Office Name, Designation & Landline no.)

Officer Name:

Sri. M.V. Amarnath

 

Designation:

Deputy Conservator of Forests

Tumkur Division, Tumkur.

 

Office Phone No:

0816-2201196

Fax No:

0816-2201197

E-mail ID:

dcftmk_dcftmk@yahoo.co.in &

 

dcftumkur@gmail.com

 

  Other branch Officers Name with complete address and Phone Nos. and E-Mail Ids :

 

Sl.
No

Sub-division

Designation

Range

Designation & Address

E-Mail IDs

1

Tumkur

Assistant Conservator of Forests

Tumkur

Range Forest Officer,

Tumkur Range, Tumkur

Pin Code; 572102

Office No: 0816-2255148

rangeforest27@gmail.com

2

Gubbi

Range Forest Officer,

Gubbi Range,

Gubbi

Pin Code; 572216

Office No: 08131-222124

rfogubbirange@gmail.com

3

Kunigal

Range Forest Officer,

Kunigal Range, Huliyurdurga Pin Code; 572123

Office No: 08132-223329

ravicforest@gmail.com

4

Tiptur

Assistant Conservator of Forests

Tiptur

Range Forest Officer,

Tiptur Range, Tiptur

Pin Code; 572202

Office No: 08134-250103

rfotiptur@gmail.com

5

Bukka patna

Range Forest Officer,

Bukkapatna Range,

Bukkapatna

Pin Code; 572115

Office No: 08135-271539

rfobkp_rfobkp@yahoo.in

6

C.N.Halli

Range Forest Officer,

C.N.Halli Range, C.N.Halli

Pin Code; 572214

Office No:08133-267097

rfocn1947@gmail.com

7

Madhu

giri

Assistant Conservator of Forests

Madhugiri

Range Forest Officer,

Madhugiri Range,

Madhugiri

Pin Code; 572132

Office No: 08137-282135

rfomadhugiri@gmail.com

8

Sira

Range Forest Officer,

Sira Range, Sira.

Pin Code; 572137

Office No:09482-118929

rfosira@gmail.com

9

Korata gere

Range Forest Officer,

Koratagere Range, Koratagere

Pin Code; 572129

Office No: 08138-232010

rfokoratagere@gmail.com

10

Pavagada

Range Forest Officer,

Pavagada Range, Pavagada. Pin Code; 561202

Office No: 08136-295426

ramamurthyrfo@gmail.com

 

3.   Hierarchy of Office:

 

Organization Chart

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


DCF: Deputy Conservator of Forests

ACF: Assistant Conservator of Forests

RFO: Range Forest Officer

 

 

Objectives :

A. The main responsibilities of the Department are:

  To protect the existing Forests (Flora & Fauna) including protection against Smuggling, Poaching, Fire Accidents etc.

  To increase the forest area by planting in C & D class of lands, community lands and other Government waste lands.

  To increase the productivity of the degraded forests.

  To harvest the forest produce systematically on the principles of sustained yield in perpetuity in order to cater to the needs of the people.

  Protection and management of forests as well as raising of plantations through joint forest planning by involving local communities through village forest communities and bio-diversity conservation and its management especially in degraded forest area.

  Wild life preservation and its management.

  Maintenance of ecological balance.

  To provide employment to the unemployed rural people by engaging them in the forestry works.

 

B. Major Regulatory Functions:

  Regulating the exploitation of Forests for removal of timber, firewood and other minor forest produce as laid down in the principles of the working plans.

  Regulating the movements of forest produce, control of sawing contraventions, wood-distillations.

  Regulating tree felling in private lands.

  Control of diversion of Forest Lands for non-forestry purposes.

  Above regulatory functions and responsibilities are governed by the following statutes and manuals.

 

 

 

C. System of Management:

Karnataka forests are managed according to the frame work prescribed in the National Forest Policy of India 1988. The main themes of forest management are:

-          Sustainable development and management of forests meeting needs of the local people shall be the first priority of forest management.

-          Protection and management of degraded forests through Joint Forest Planning and Management by involving local community through village forest committees.

-          Bio-diversity conservation and eco-tourism.

Working plans have been prepared for all territorial forest division. The working of forest is now strictly as per approved working plans. The forest department is no longer adopting the earlier Silvicultural practices of conversion to uniform or clear felling and planting systems.

4.   Programmes & Schemes:

State Sector Plan Schemes Implementing in the District:

1.   Development of Degraded Forests:

 

Under this scheme degraded forests are rejuvenated through afforestation and various other measures like protection from grazing, protection from fire, regeneration, soil and water conservation.

2.   Greening of Urban Areas :

The main object of the scheme is to prevent pollution caused due to high population, vehicles and industries in urban areas by planting flowering and fruit bearing trees. Tree parks, wood lots and avenue plantations will be established in the towns and cities of the district is not only to prevent the pollution but also for increasing beautification of urban areas.

3. Raising of Seedlings for Public Distribution Scheme:

To promote tree planting by public and farmers, the seedlings are being supplied by the department at subsidized rates to plant individual lands. For the purpose, suitable local species will be selected and 4x6, 5x8 and 8x12 sized seedlings are being raised every year by the department.

4.   Eco-Tourism (Plan) :

To provide infrastructure facilities like construction of paragola, drinking water facility, watch tower, tented and cottage accommodation to the tourists visiting to the eco-tourism spots in forest areas.

5.   Development of Bio-fuel plantations:

In order to meet the increasing demand for fuel and to reduce the effects of global warming due to fossil, fuel and also to increase the usage of bio-fuel as alternative source.

6.   Cultivation of Sandalwood plantations:

Under this scheme protection and maintenance of sandalwood trees is taken up viz., erection of chain link mesh, watch and ward, soil working, cultural operation and protective measures.

7.   Special Component Plan:

The main object of the scheme is to uplift the S.C. S.T. families by planting the fruit yielding seedlings in their land and also in localities of SC-ST. In addition to this, other benefits like distribution of Solar lamps, Sarala Ole and L.P.G Gas stoves to the beneficiaries is also being taken place.

8. Krishi Aranya Protsaha Yojane:

As per the National Forest Policy, 33% of the Geographical area must be tree cover. To achieve the goal the Department is implementing various afforestation programmes. Since the target of afforestation is very high, greening must be done through a revolution. This can be achieved successfully by voluntarily of farmers, public and NGOs.

To enlist the cooperation of farmers and general public in the noble task of increasing tree cover, the Government of Karnataka has launched KRISHI ARANYA PROTSAHA YOJANE from the year 2011. As per the guidelines of the programme, the farmers, public and NGOs may obtain the seedlings at subsidized rates at nearest nurseries of the department.

9. A sapling for each child & A vana for each school:

To create awareness regarding ecology and environment among school children and to encourage them to plant, the scheme has been started during 2011-12. Under this scheme, protected area available around educational institution will be identified. Seedlings of Fruit yielding, flowering and shade trees are provided to school authorities for raising plantation. Schools from Primary, College and up to Universities are involved. Seedlings distributed to school children for planting in their households or field on voluntary basis.

The financial target was fixed under Maguvigondu mara scheme and Shalegondu vana scheme to meet the expenditure to raise the seedlings to supply to school children to raise plantations in the school premises.

 

 

10. Roadside Plantation:

Under this scheme various afforestation programmes about 15000 Kms of Roadside planting has been taken by Karnataka Forest Department. Local species like Bevu, Ala, Arali, Goni, Tapasi, Hunse, Nerale, Mahogani, Sissu, etc seedlings will be planted. To protect the Road side plants by grazing, fencing will be done, application of farms yard manure, watering in summer season will be done for early growth of plants.

11. Roadside Plantation: Special Component Plan.

Under this scheme, seedlings will be planted along the roads adjoining the SC/ST colonies.

12. Roadside Plantation: Tribal Sub Plan.

Under this scheme, seedlings will be planted along the roads adjoining the Tribal colonies.

13. Central Plan Schemes:

1. National Afforestation Programme through Forest Development Agency

(NAP-FDA)

The scheme titled National Afforestation programme has been formulated by merger of all Afforestation Schemes of the MoEF, which were in operation during 9th plan by Government of India, The scheme is implemented in a three-tier setup; namely State Forest Development Agencies (FDAs) and the Village Forest Committees (VFCs). The FDA is constituted in the territorial forest division level and is a registered body under the Societies Registration Act. The objective of this approach is to enable peoples participation at the grass root level and empower them in the decision making process. Presently the scheme is under implementation in this Division.

2. National Bamboo Mission:

This scheme is implemented in the district since 2007-08 to regenerate and develop Bamboo plantations.

3. Mahathma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MNREGS)

This scheme is implemented at Grampanchayath level.

 

 

4.   Activities of 13th Finance Commission:

13th Finance Commission Grants for Preservation of Forest Wealth. Main activities taken out of this assistance are Maintenance of Plantations, Raising of Plantations, Raising of Mansoon Plantation under Karavali Hasiru Kavacha project, Raising of Highway Plantations, Raising of Mangrove Plantations, Raising of Plantations of in Encroachment Evicted Areas, Development of Centralized Nursery, Survey and Demarcation works, Consolidation of boundaries, Working Plan activities, Maintenance of older Research Plantations, Sandal and Medicinal Plan Estate, Establishment of Forest Protection Camps. Purchase of Jeeps and Two Wheeler Vehicles, Training activities, Repair and maintenance of Quarters and Building, Purchase of Desktop and Purchase of Laptops.

5.   The Compensatory Afforestation Fund Management and Planning Authority (CAMPA)

CAMPA has been constituted by the Ministry of Environment & Forest, Government of India through an order dated 23-04-2004 in pursuance of the Honble Supreme Courts order dated 30-10-2002 in IA No. 566, in Writ Petition (Civil) No. 202 of 1995. CAMPA has been constituted for the purpose of management of money collected recoverable in pursuance of Honble Supreme Courts order in this regard. The MOEF, Government of India has issued the guidelines for operating the funds under State CAMPA on 2-7-2009. The Government of Indias order prescribes that the money received towards NPV shall be used for conservation, protection, regeneration and management of existing natural forests and wildlife, environmental services such as provision of wood, NTFP, fuel, fodder, tourism, Climate regulation, recreations & educational services, research & training and other allied activities.

The main works to be taken up under State CAMPA are:-

1.   Project Specific Activities:-

Compensatory Afforestation Works in degraded Forest Areas and Non-Forest Areas in lieu of Forest land diverted for Non-Forestry Works are to be taken up, which also includes fencing of safety zones, reclamation, supply of energy saving devices to the people living in fringe villages.

2.   Activities for Utilisation of NPV:-

Under this activity consolidation protection, Regeneration in Natural Forests, Wildlife Protection and Management, Infrastructure Development Works are taken up.

 

 

 

Externally Aided Project:

1.   JICA assisted Karnataka Sustainable Forest Management & Bio-diversity Conservation (KSFMBC) Project :

Japan International Co-operation Agency assisted Karnataka Sustainable Forest Management & Bio-diversity Conservation (KSFMBC) Project is being implemented in the District since 2005-06. The district coming under project-B based on the rainfall received.

The main activities of the project are: Afforestation, Soil & Moisture Conservation Measures, Protected Area Management and Bio-diversity Conservation, Income Generation Activities for poverty Alleviation (JFPM).

Facilities & Services provided by the Department & Procedure to get Facilities & Services:

1.   Payment of Ex-gratia for loss of human life and for crop, cattle damages by wildlife havoc:

The ex-gratia for crop loss, cattle/human life loss, permanent disability, injury etc., is being paid as per Government Order No. FEE 143 FWL 2010 dated: 30-04-2011. The payment of ex-gratia for the death of human beings caused due to Wildlife is increased from Rs. 3.50 lakhs to Rs. 5.00 lakhs vide Government Order No. FEE 143 FWL 2010 dated: 03-08-2011 with effect from June-2011.

2.   Bamboo:

Bamboo is sold to medars and other artisans at price fixed by the Corporation based on production cost.

3.   Distribution of Seedlings at subsidized rates sanctioned vide G.O. No. FEE 184 FAP 2011 Dated: 02-11-2011.

Sl. No.

Seedlings raised in polythene bags of size

 

Subsidy rate approved in Govt.

in Rs.

1.

5 x 8

1.00

2.

6 x 9

1.00

3.

8 x 12

3.00

4.   Important Notification, Circulars:

Website Address:-

https://164.100.133.59/aranya/?page_id=177


 

Details of Forest Area:

 

Sl.No

Division

Range

Notified Forest Area (In Ha.)

Deemed Forest

Total

Reserved Forest

Protected/ Minor Forest

Village Forest

Private Forest

Section-4 Forest

Other

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

1

Tumkur

Tumkur

6194.57

82.17

-

-

65.58

-

4581.62

10923.94

2

Kunigal

8745.28

190.91

-

-

672.20

-

987.14

10595.53

3

Gubbi

13848.37

-

-

-

168.44

-

5640.62

19657.43

4

Tiptur

2014.11

-

-

-

1803.95

-

414.49

4232.55

5

Bukkapatna

18163.84

44.86

-

-

-

-

1034.79

19243.49

6

C.N.Halli

6377.67

794.37

-

-

1971.99

-

1339.98

10484.01

7

Sira

4226.02

-

-

-

403.37

-

1322.76

5952.15

8

Madhugiri

6931.58

-

43.03

-

4577.64

-

6057.74

17609.99

9

Koratagere

4101.38

974.95

-

-

1283.55

-

1109.95

7469.83

10

Pavagada

7456.81

-

-

-

-

-

3318.97

10775.78

11

Social Forest Dvn.

-

-

-

-

-

-

12331.57

12331.57

Total

78059.63

2087.26

43.03

0

10946.72

0

38139.63

129276.27

 

Details of Seedlings raised in Tumkur Division during the year 2013-14

Sl. No.

Division

Seedlings raised in polythene bags of size

Total

4" x 6"

5" x 8"

6" x 9"

8" x 12"

13" x 19"

10" x 16"

14" x 20"

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

1

Tumkur

-

18.902

3.540

3.641

-

0.203

0.030

26.315

Total

-

18.902

3.540

3.641

-

0.203

0.030

26.375

 

 

 

Schemes Implemented during 2013-14:

I.   Plan Schemes

Allotment for

2013-14

Expenditure during 2013-14

2406-01-101-2-05 Qtv Cgt CȢ-139 R PUj

2.470

2.470

2406-01-101-2-10 Ug jPgt-139 R PUj

85.326

85.234

2406-01-102-2-22 dPjU vj ɼɸĪ Aid-139 R PUj

69.060

69.060

KSFMBC (works)

37.835

31.301

KSFMBC Build.Maint.

0.550

0.550

4406-01-070-0-03-Construction of Quartres for Frient line staff -386 construction (Plan)

8.950

8.949

2406-01-102-2-18-139 gç qvå it

16.662

16.538

2406-01-102-2-18- n.J.. 423 Vjd GAid gç

7.976

7.976

2406-01-102-2-18-J.. 422

15.244

15.243

2406-01-789-0-00 J.. -422

33.861

33.854

2406-01-796-0-00-423 n.J..

3.169

3.164

2406-01-101-2-21 UAzsz CȢ Aid-059

12.421

12.421

2406-01-101-2-23 PV-139 Major works MPCA-MPDA

1.000

1.000

2406-01-102-2-19-Revitilization of VFC 059 OE.

99.369

99.368

Ȣ g U Aid

23.407

23.403

2406-Campa- Project -

87.655

87.019

2406-01-102-2-35 059 Tree Park

20.000

20.000

2406-02-110-0-01-139 Nature conservation of wildlife (P)

2.000

2.000

Total Plan

526.955

519.550

II.        Centrally Sponsored Schemes

Allotment for

2013-14

Expenditure during 2013-14

2406-02-110-0-23-CSS- Elephant Project

0.500

0.500

NAP-FDA

16.610

8.221

NAP-FDA (2012-13 Pending Payment)

8.411

7.434

National Bamboo Mission (NBM)

3.010

1.407

2406-02-110-47-CSS-Intergrated Development of wildlife Habitate

1.000

1.000

2406-02-110-47-CSS- Intensification forest management Scheme

3.280

3.279

National Medicinal Plant Board (NMPB)

18.00

18.00

Total Central Scheme

50.811

39.841

III.     Non-Plan Schemes

Allotment for

2013-14

Expenditure during 2013-14

2406-01-101-2-11 Forest Protection Regeneration & cultural operation-139 Major works (FP)

26.500

26.499

2406-01-101-2-11 Forest Protection (COP) Protection from Fire

4.000

4.000

2406-01-101-2-11-COP-180 Machin & equipment

48.310

48.284

2406-01-101-2-20-200- 13 DyP DAiU

144.409

108.506

2406-01-101-2-21- Afforestation in other areas works (Dunda Horamanekaval+Naksal) AOA

35.130

26.498

2406-01-102-1-03 Evg qvåU 139 R PUj P.Js.r.Js

547.920

548.934

2406-01-070-0-01-200 Maintenance of Residencial quartres

20.600

20.597

2406-01-070-0-01-139 Maintenance of Residencial quartres

2.000

1.998

2406-01-102-2-10 NC- 059 Other Expenses -Feed & Fodder

9.200

9.200

2406-01-101-2-26- Development of preservation of Devaradaku (Daivivana)

5.608

5.608

2406-01-102-2-36-059-(OE) (UīUAz g UAzĪ)

2.095

2.092

2406-01-001-2-51-Exhibition

1.500

1.500

2406-01-800-0-15-059 Man animal conflict

20.000

19.994

Total Non-Plan

867.272

823.710

Grand- Total (I+II+III)

1445.038

1383.101

 


Statement showing the Fin. Target & Expenditure incurred under various budget heads upto end of Aug-2014, Tumkur Division.

Sl.
No.

Head of account

Tumkur

Annual Allocation

Releases

Cumulative
MMR Target

Cumu lative
Exp.

%

1

2

 4

 6

 7

I

 State sector schemes

 

 

 

 

 

1

2406-01-101-2-24-Cultivation of Sandal wood Trees-059-Other Expenses

2.016

0.504

0.504

0.504

100

2

2406-01-101-2-25 Development of Bio fuel plantation

 

 

-

-

-

3

2406-01-101-2-05-Development of Degraded Forests-139-Major Works

1.802

0.541

0.541

-

-

4

2406-01-102-2-25-Eco-Tourism-139-Major Works

-

-

-

-

-

5

2406-01-101-2-11-Forest Protection, Regeneration & COP-139- M Works

-

-

-

-

-

6

2406-01-004-0-01-Forest research

-

-

-

-

-

7

2406-01-101-2-10 Greening of Urban Areas-139-Major Works

85.263

22.168

22.168

19.994

90

8

2406-02-110-0-49-139-Kuduremukh National park for rehailitation

-

-

-

-

-

9

4406-01-070-0-03 386 Building Construction

20.000

-

-

-

-

10

2406-01-101-2-23-Maint. Of Medicinal plant conservation Areas (MPCAs) and Medicinal Plant Development Areas (MPDAs)

1.500

0.500

0.500

-

-

11

2406-02-110-0-01-Nature Con. of Wildlife-139-Major Works

2.000

0.500

-

-

-

12

2406-01-102-2-22-Raising of Seedlings for Public Distribution (RSPD)

49.994

14.248

14.248

8.539

60

13

2406-01-102-2-34-Samvrudda Hasiru Grana Yojane

12.971

3.292

2.486

2.486

100

14

2406-01-102-2-18-Roadside Plantations

20.456

3.946

3.946

3.201

81

15

2406-01-800-0-10-59 Western Ghats Task Force

-

-

-

-

-

16

2406-01-005-0-02-Working Plan Organaization

-

-

-

-

-

17

2406-01-101-2-26-Development & Preservation of Devara Kadu (Daive Vana)

7.000

2.000

2.000

0.471

24

18

2406-01-102-2-36- Magovigondumara(MMSV)

0.991

0.327

0.327

0.291

89

19

2406-01-102-2-35 Tree Park

10.000

3.000

3.000

-

0

20

2406-01-101-2-20 13th Finance Commission

168.880

40.950

40.950

40.149

98

21

Man Animal conflict

10.000

2.500

2.500

-

0

 

TOTAL - 1

392.873

94.476

93.170

75.636

81

21

2406-01-800-05-422-Special Component Plan

29.421

8.532

8.532

-

-

22

2406-01-796-0-00-423-Tribal Sub-plan

7.673

1.880

1.880

-

-

23

2406-01-102-2-18-422-Special Component Plan (R/S)

14.439

3.610

3.610

3.071

85

24

2406-01-102-2-18-423 Tribal Sub-plan (R/S)

7.556

1.881

1.881

1.498

80

25

2406-01-102-2-22- 422 Raising of Seedlings for Public Distribution --SCP

9.348

5.609

5.609

-

 

26

2406-01-102-2-22- 423 Raising of Seedlings for Public Distribution --TSP

4.475

1.835

1.835

-

 

 

TOTAL - 2

72.912

23.347

23.347

4.569

20

 

TOTAL 1+2

465.785

117.823

116.517

80.205

69

II. EXTERNAL AIDED PROJECT

 

 

 

-

 

1

2406-01-102-2-81- KSFMBC-139-M.W.

2.610

-

-

 

-

2

Revitalisation of Defunct VFCs

4.956

2.271

2.271

2.172

96

 

TOTAL

7.566

2.271

2.27

2.172

96

III

CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEMES

 

 

-

-

-

1

Integrated Development of wildlife Habited (IDWH)

6.000

0.330

0.330

-

0

2

2406-02-110-0-47- Development of wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks

-

-

-

-

-

3

2406-01-102-2-17-Intigrated Forest Mangement Scheme-139-Major Works (IFM)

-

-

-

 

-

4

NAP-FDA

-

-

-

-

-

5

Bamboo Mission (NBM)

-

-

-

-

-

 

TOTAL - 1

6.000

0.330

0.330

-

0

V

NON-PLAN SCHEME

 

 

 

-

 

1

Forest Protection, regenaration & 2406-01-101-2-11-Cultural operation -139-Major Works (FP)

12.650

5.18

5.18

3.223

62

2

2406-01-101-2-21 Afforestation in other Areas Works (Horamanekaval+Naksal)

-

-

-

-

-

3

KFDF - Other Plantation Works

374.322

191.65

191.65

101.619

53

4

Timber Works

-

 

-

-

-

5

2406-02-110-0-01(Feed & Fooder)059

6.000

3.000

3.000

2.111

70

6

2406-02-110-0-01-Nature Con. of Wildlife-059 OE NP

-

-

-

-

 

 

TOTAL

392.972

199.830

199.830

106.953

54

VI

STATE CAMPA

124.10

-

-

-

-

 

GRAND TOTAL

996.423

320.254

318.948

189.329

59

 

Taluk/ Range wise Details of Village Forest Committees

formed in the District.

 

Sl.

No.

NAME OF THE RANGE

No. of VFCs

1.

Tumkur

27

2.

Gubbi

34

3.

Kunigal

27

4.

Tiptur

14

5.

C.N.Halli

19

6.

Bukkapatna

19

7.

Madhugiri

26

8.

Koratagere

16

9.

Sira

25

10.

Pavagada

35

TOTAL

242

 

 

Deputy Conservator of Forests

Tumkur Division, Tumkur.