Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Four-fold rise in students opting for forest department

    Bhopal: The placement of students of Indian Institute of Forest Management studying Post Graduate Diploma in Forestry Management shows that they were more interested in working for forest department, wildlife/environment NGOs and state rural livelihood missions instead of serving in finance, banks and microfinance sector. Although the highest package of Rs 8.4 lakh annual CTC was offered by Axis Bank.  Indian Institute of Forest Management has managed to achieve a cent percent

  • Out of the box thinking key to entrepreneurship

    BHOPAL: Ravindra Pastor, commissioner of Ujjain inaugurated a two-day All-India conclave “Coalescence 2016″at IIFM campus on Saturday. The theme of the event was “Business, climate change and society: Bridging the sustainability divide”. Professor A.K Dharni gave the welcome speech. Pastor provided insights into rural entrepreneurship and hidden opportunities in rural markets. He told students how the government is helping entrepreneurs, which is creating a favourable environment for start-ups in the country.

  • Bhopal: IIFM conclave on climate change from today

    BHOPAL: The Indian Institute of Forest Management (IIFM) will organise a two-day conclave ‘Coalescence 2016’ themed on “Business, Climate Change and Society -Bridging the Sustainability Divide”, which will focus on contemporary socio-environmental issues, climate change and management of natural resources keeping in mind the need of communities and the constraints of nature at IIFM Campus, Nehru Nagar, Bhopal. The meet begins on Saturday.

  • Van Vihar denizens not to get any special protection from rains

    BHOPAL : Heavy rains created havoc for the masses in Madhya Pradesh and animals are also not left untouched with the severity of the rains. Due to the continuous rain animals at Van Vihar too had to find shade under trees said an official at Van Vihar.

  • Environment on the back burner

    Prime Minister Modi planted a kadamb sapling at his official residence at Race Course, New Delhi, on the World Environment Day. But the subject of environment is deeper. Modi’s policies are wholly against environment. While addressing the Environment Ministers of the States two months ago, Modi said that the Government was in the process of recovering four times the present rates for the forests that were felled. At present developers have to pay Rs 10 lacs per