Award winning Non-Profit Organization working in Rajasthan and located in Sawai Madhopur district, the famous Ranthambore Tiger Project. Participants will get a lot of exposure to means and ways used for the conservation of environment including the alternative energy sources such as bio-gas, an artificial insemination programme to improve the quality of cattle and reduce their numbers is now underway.
The organization also provides state of the art health and medical care and also provides education services in the rural areas.
The organization is also actively involved in the protection of wild-life and promoting ecotourism. They plant about 80,000 seedlings annually on farm land as a buffer to protect Ranthambore National Park and its tigers.
Broadly, it will involve exposure visits to different project sites, interaction with the project staff, program partners and village community. Hands on learning with the project team. Students planning to stay long term will develop a report or case study based on their area of interest on the specific program and activities of the organization