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Shri Rajesh K. Agrawal,
Dy.Dir.(ISTM)
Institute of Secretariat Training & Management
New Delhi
Visit to Dharamshala, Dalho...
5. Jeevan Dhakal, (Roll No.09)
6. Nawal B. Prasad, (Roll No.15)
I N D E X
S.No. Subject Pages
1. Acknowledgement 3
2. Obje...
In the first instance, we would like to thanks our Course
Coordinator Shri Rajesh K. Agrawal, Deputy Director (ISTM) for t...
A Study Tour from 4.5.2015 to 9.5.2015 with 30 participants
was organized by Institute of Secretariat Training Management ...
• Golden Temple
• Jalianwala Bagh
5
Day 1 : 05.05.2015
NGO ATTACHMENT
On the first day of the 5th
May, 2015 of the visit, we were taken to
the Kangra Arts Pro...
Cricket Stadium
The venue is unique in India and is situated at an altitude of
1,457 m (4,780 ft) above sea level and has ...
Day 3 : 07.05.2015
Mcleodganj:
Mcleodganj is a suburb of
Dharamsala in Kangra
district of Himachal Pradesh.
It is known as...
Chamera Dam/Lake
Chamera Dam impounds the River Raavi and River Sial the hydro-
electricity project in the region. It is l...
The main object given to the team for study report:
(Flora and Fauna of Dalhousie)
INTRODUCTION:
Dalhousie was discovered ...
Flora of Dalhousie (Classifications):
Plants are grouped into floras based on region, period, special
environment, or clim...
Cactus plant Flowers
Plant species diversity Rosa Flora
Nut Flora Garden Flora
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Fauna of Dalhousie (Classifications):
The Himalayan foothills rolling up to Dalhousie, Kalatop,
Khajjiar Sanctuary and Dai...
Deer Hen
Big Cat Snake
Suggestion/Conclusion
The study tour is intended to make us familiar with various
facets of our cou...
In my opinion the objective of the tour has been achieved. We
learnt a lot about the team spirit while interacting with ea...
Thanks(Group-1)
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Final Study Tour Report 13.5.2015

  1. 1. Shri Rajesh K. Agrawal, Dy.Dir.(ISTM) Institute of Secretariat Training & Management New Delhi Visit to Dharamshala, Dalhousie (H.P.) and Amritsar (Punjab) during 4.5.2015 to 9.5.2015 conducted by ISTM under the supervision of Shri Rajesh K. Agrawal, Deputy Director (ISTM) Submitted by: Pawan Kumar, Kanhiya Ram, SUBMITED BY GROUP- I 1. Pawan Kumar, (Roll No.17) 2. Kanhaiya Ram, (Roll No.10) 3. Sushma Negi, (Roll No.28) 4. Jagat Singh, (Roll No.07) 1
  2. 2. 5. Jeevan Dhakal, (Roll No.09) 6. Nawal B. Prasad, (Roll No.15) I N D E X S.No. Subject Pages 1. Acknowledgement 3 2. Objectives 4 3 NGO Attachment 5 4. Places visited 5-8 5. Object given to the participants 9 6. Report on objects 10-13 7. Suggestion/Conclusion 13-14 8. Moral of the objects 14 -x-x-x-x-x-x- 2
  3. 3. In the first instance, we would like to thanks our Course Coordinator Shri Rajesh K. Agrawal, Deputy Director (ISTM) for the valuable guidance and advice. He inspired us greatly to work as a team. He has supported every team member of group in various critical situations. We would also like to thanks Mr. Lajpat, Tour Operator for such a very good arrangements at Hotels and whole Journey. Besides above, we would like to thanks Director, ISTM and all the faculties of ISTM to provide us such a wonderful opportunity which helps us to analysis the critical situations in a best possible way. Last but not the least, I would thank for all group members for their coordination and cooperation. -X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X- 3
  4. 4. A Study Tour from 4.5.2015 to 9.5.2015 with 30 participants was organized by Institute of Secretariat Training Management to visit Dharamshala, Dalhousie (H.P.) and Amritsar (Punjab) as a part of 52nd Level ‘A’ Training Porgramme of UDCs from 20.4.2015 to 15.5.2015 at ISTM, New Delhi. Our Course-Coordinator, Shri Rajesh K. Agrawal, Deputy Director (ISTM) led our group. OBJECTIVES: The objectives of the tour are as under:- 1. To develop Team Spirit among the participants. 2. To develop the habit of Time Management. 3. Be able to manage unforeseen crisis. 4. Be able to Adapt to various odd situations. 5. Developing necessary aptitude for interpersonal relationships. 6. Identify the progress made in various fields, to study and appreciate the rich cultural heritage of the country. Places visited • Chintapurni Temple • Jwala Devi Temple • Brajeshwari Devi Temple • NGO Kangra Arts Promotion Society • War memorial • Tea garden. • Dharamshala Cricket Stadium • Kangra Museum • Norbulingka Museum • Chamunda Devi Temple • Mackleodganj • Bhagshu Waterfalls • Chamera Dam/Lake • Kalatop Wild life sanctuary • Khajjiar 4
  5. 5. • Golden Temple • Jalianwala Bagh 5
  6. 6. Day 1 : 05.05.2015 NGO ATTACHMENT On the first day of the 5th May, 2015 of the visit, we were taken to the Kangra Arts Promotion Society (KAPS), a NGO working for the promotion and revival of arts of the Kangra region that were once ruled by the Kangra dynasty. The objectives of KAPS are: • Preservation of the arts of Kangra • Encouragement of existing artists. • Starting a school to teach the arts of Kangra. • Building a treasure of old and new paintings for posterity Places visited : 05.05.2015 Dharamsala Kangra Devi Temple The Brajeshwari Devi temple, located in the old Kangra township, is said to have been built over the charred breasts of Sati. 6
  7. 7. Cricket Stadium The venue is unique in India and is situated at an altitude of 1,457 m (4,780 ft) above sea level and has the snow-capped Himalayan mountains in the background. The first international team that played here was the Pakistan cricket team, which played a match against India A in 2005. War Memorial This War Memorial is a beautiful tribute to the war heroes. Set amidst beautiful scenic surroundings and dense forest, the memorial is just set at the entrance of Dharamshala to honour the sacrifice made by the war heroes on the war fronts. Day 2 : 06.05.2015 Kangra Art Museum: Norbulingka Art Museum: Chamunda Devi Temple: Chamunda Devi is a famous temple dedicated to the Goddess Chamunda. We enjoyed being here and felt very blissfull like in a paradise in the feet of the holy Mother Chamunda. 7
  8. 8. Day 3 : 07.05.2015 Mcleodganj: Mcleodganj is a suburb of Dharamsala in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. It is known as "Little Lhasa" or "Dhasa" (a short form of Dharamsala used mainly by Tibetans) because of its large population of Tibetans. Dalai Lama Temple Complex : Dharamsala is the Centre of the Tibetan exile world in India. Following the 1959 Tibetan uprising there was an influx of Tibetan refugees who followed the 14th Dalai Lama. His presence and the Tibetan population has made Dharamsala a popular destination for Indian and foreign tourists, including students studying Tibet. Bhagsu Waterfall : It is just about 1 km walking distance from the Bhagsu Nag temple. Though it is small in size it is very beautiful, makes you relax and chill. 8
  9. 9. Chamera Dam/Lake Chamera Dam impounds the River Raavi and River Sial the hydro- electricity project in the region. It is located near the town of Dalhousie, in the Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh. The reservoir of the dam is called Chamera Lake. Day 4 : 08.05.2015 KALATOP WILDLIFE SANCTUARY Kalatop wildlife sanctuary is an animal sanctuary at Kalatop in the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh. The sanctuary is well laid out for tracking trails both at Kalatop and Khajjiar. The Sanctuary has dense deodar & fir forest covering 19.639 Km. Pheasants, Serow and black bear are some of the common animals found here. It lies in the path of the Ravi River and surrounded by coniferous and oak forests. KHAJJIAR: We were visited Khajjiar, the history of Khajjiar is linked to the rulers of Chamba. This is two thousand meter from Dalhousie. It has a small lake in the centre on which a floating island. Khajjiar has the thick forests of the Kalatop sanctuary surrounding its soft green grass. It is sounded by Devdar Forests. Day 5 : 09.05.2015 On return, we were taken to Golden Temple and Jalianwala Bagh Amritsar both of them were en-route to Delhi. -------- 9
  10. 10. The main object given to the team for study report: (Flora and Fauna of Dalhousie) INTRODUCTION: Dalhousie was discovered by the British governor- general Lord Dalhousie in 1854. The magnificent views of the Chamba valley and the mighty Dhauladhar range with its awe-inspiring snow covered peaks filling the entire one with its enchanting beauty attracted the British and soon it became the summer retreat for the British. Dalhousie is the gateway to the Chamba Valley. The town's varying altitude shades it with a variety of vegetation that includes stately grooves of pine, deodars, oaks and flowering rhododendrons. Rich in colonial architect, the town preserves some beautiful churches. The hill resort of Dalhousie has a charm of its own. The deodars and the pines, the cottages and the villas come together for a unique summer retreat. ------------ 10
  11. 11. Flora of Dalhousie (Classifications): Plants are grouped into floras based on region, period, special environment, or climate. Regions can be geographically distinct habitats like mountain vs. flatland. Floras can mean plant life of a historic era as in fossil flora. Lastly, floras may be subdivided by special environments: • Native flora. The native and indigenous flora of an area. • Agricultural and horticultural flora (garden flora). The plants that are deliberately grown by humans. • Weed flora. Traditionally this classification was applied to plants regarded as undesirable, and studied in efforts to control or eradicate them. Today the designation is less often used as a classification of plant life, since it includes three different types of plants: weedy species, invasive species (that may or may not be weedy), and native and introduced non-weedy species that are agriculturally undesirable. Many native plants previously considered weeds have been shown to be beneficial or even necessary to various ecosystems. The Images of Flora : Sal Tree Pines Tree 11
  12. 12. Cactus plant Flowers Plant species diversity Rosa Flora Nut Flora Garden Flora 12
  13. 13. Fauna of Dalhousie (Classifications): The Himalayan foothills rolling up to Dalhousie, Kalatop, Khajjiar Sanctuary and Dainkund abounded in different species of animals and birds. The diversity of flora, in different altitudes provided habitat for these species. Encroachment made by man in a continuous way has narrowed down the perimeter of the forest land. The spread of human settlements have ruthlessly destroyed the balance of nature at many places in these hills. So the numbers of animals and birds have steadily decreased. At many areas poaching goes on. Most of the forest department officials are interested in their career and pay packet primarily. They are not interested in wildlife and nature study. Dalhousie could have had a natural history museum, but the administration is not sensitive about it. The only way to save the environment is to make people conscious about this matter. People should love nature study and wildlife to understand the need to care for nature. Awareness has to be created amongst the people to preserve wildlife. The Images of Fauna in Dalhousie : Leopard Mountain Sheep 13
  14. 14. Deer Hen Big Cat Snake Suggestion/Conclusion The study tour is intended to make us familiar with various facets of our country. India is a land of diversity and has different culture, style of living etc. A close look to the culture, tradition, language and lifestyle of local inhabitants in various parts of the country is beneficial for us. The study visit benefited the participants to analyse and understand the multifaceted life and culture of the people of the areas of Dharamsala, Mcleodganj Kangra and Dalhousie. One can easily see that every village is electrified with full voltage and connected with motorable roads. Public facilities like fair price shops and post offices can be seen at remotest places to cater to the needs of the locals. During this tour, we moved around extensively in Dharamsala, Mcleodganj and Dalhousie. We met many people in different walks of life in the area. On one side we can see the domination of Tibetans (whose source of income is not revealed) but on the other side the average locals whose main source of income is either from Tourism or from the family members working in Army or elsewhere. 14
  15. 15. In my opinion the objective of the tour has been achieved. We learnt a lot about the team spirit while interacting with each other, learnt about team management and also learnt how to manage the crises and adapt to various odd situation. I would like to express my sincere thanks and gratitude to Shri Rajesh K. Agrawal, our Course Co-ordinator along with entire team for the dynamic leadership, co-operation, guidance and support for making this study tour most educative and successful. Most of the input for preparation of this Report is from our personal experience and discussion with locals and guides, but some data is taken from the internet. On the objects of our team the moral is : The only way to save the environment is to make people conscious about this matter. People should love nature study and wildlife to understand the need to care for nature. Awareness has to be created amongst the people to preserve wildlife. 15
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