Examples of Tiger Conservation Authority in a sentence
Dr. Raja Ram Singh, Assistant Inspector General, National Tiger Conservation Authority, HQrs, New Delhi was directed to cause site appraisal in connection with the said proposal.The terms and reference of the site appraisal are as follows: To cause site appraisal to evaluate the area vis-à-vis tiger dispersal, distribution & its habitat and suggest feasibility of the mitigation measures (if any).
After NTCA has given its final approval, the State Government can notify the tiger reserve based on NTCA recommendation.The National Tiger Conservation Authority is a statutory body created under Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972, for strengthening tiger conservation.Kanha has become the first tiger reserve in India to officially introduce a mascot — Bhoorsingh the Barasingha — to present the hard ground swamp deer as the spirit of the reserve and spread awareness to save it from possible extinction.
PTD further admitted that the biotic disturbance in the form of human settlements and other land uses in the Tiger Reserves in addition to non compliance with its conservation directives by the States were the contributory factors for the shrinkage in the tiger population and the situation is being remedied with the creation of the National Tiger Conservation Authority with statutory provisions for addressing tiger conservation in Tiger Reserves.
No. 7-11/2018-NTCA dated 12.06.2018 Shri Nishant Verma, Deputy Inspector General, National Tiger Conservation Authority, Hqrs, New Delhi was directed to cause site appraisal in connection with the said proposal.The terms and reference of the site appraisal are as follows: To cause site appraisal to evaluate the area vis-à-vis tiger dispersal, distribution & its habitat and suggest feasibility of the mitigation measures (if any).The report will submit within 10 days of issue of this Office Memorandum.
National Tiger Conservation Authority, Government of India, New Delhi and Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun.
The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has been strengthened / decentralized with three Regional Offices; AIGs posted at Nagpur and Bengaluru Regional Offices.
The 2006 amendment introduced a new chapter (IV B) for the establishment of the National Tiger Conservation Authority and notification of Tiger Reserves.
Existing statutory provisions, recent legislations like amendments to the Wildlife (Protection) Act and creation of the National Tiger Conservation Authority, enactment of the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act 2006, directives issued by the Hon’ble Apex Court in the matter, State specific legislations and norms for land value and estimating cost of components in the package should be taken into consideration with the legal regime of the work.
Various activities envisaged in the project also follows existing guidelines issued by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), Govt.
PTD further stated that the National Tiger Conservation Authority would address the issue by providing statutory provision in the Memorandum of Understanding with the project States.