BHARUCH/SURAT: The country authorities will educate 70 neighborhood youth as animal keepers for the proposed jungle safari and animal park challenge for you to come up in JP Colony close to Sardar Sarovar Project. An enrolment certificate for education has been offered to these young people by the district collector and chief administrator of the Statue of Unity (SOU), I K Patel, on Thursday, at Rewa Bhavan at Kevadia.
Around four projects were deliberate to make SOU a primary tourist enchantment. Among those, a major one on precedence was the putting in place of jungle safari and animal park. The proposed park could be set up in one hundred bigha land close to J P Colony road, which’s hilly terrain and is expected to be operational in the coming six months. As part of its preparedness, 70 teens, including 19 ladies, might be educated as animal keepers. They may be despatched to Sakkar Baug, Junagadh, and Indroda at Gandhinagar for training. All these young human beings will be hired by using a management business enterprise with the government imparting them a monthly stipend of Rs five,000 for the primary six months, said Patel at the event.
The park could be deliberate in around sixty-five acres of land. Several chicken and animal species might be brought from exceptional parts of the arena and beneath those animal keepers’ maintenance. All the selected neighborhood applicants hail from the affected villages of the Narmada district. They might be skilled in this manner that they could contend with the various fauna with discipline, sincerity, and a humane touch, said Dr. K Shahsi Kumar, the deputy forest conservator.