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Aaranyak Society In Guwahati Assam

Aaranyak Society Information

AARANYAK is located in Guwahati Assam . AARANYAK is registered as a Society at Guwahati of state Assam with Ngo unique registration ID 'AS/2014/0075914' . The NGO registration is done by Registrar of Societies with registration number 3096 on the date of 2013 November 1st Fri , Its parent ORganaisation is PaulFoundation. The Chairman of AARANYAK is Ranjan Bhuyan and Chief functionary officer is Bibhab Kumar Talukdar.

Aaranyak Society Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
AARANYAK
Unique Id of VO/NGO
AS/2014/0075914
Chief Functionary
Bibhab Kumar Talukdar
Chairman
Ranjan Bhuyan
Secretary
Bibhuti Lahkar
Treasurer
Jimut Sharma
Umbrella/Parent Organization
PaulFoundation

Registration Details

Registered With
Registrar of Societies
Type of NGO
Society
Registration Number
3096
City of Registration
Guwahati
State of Registration
Assam
Date of Registration
01-11-2013
frca
020780080
NGO Registration certificate
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AARANYAK Contact details

State
Country
India
Telephone
0361-2230250
Mobile Number
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Address
Aaranyak House No. 50, Samanwoy Path, Survey, Beltola, Guwahati-781028
Email
wakid@aaranyak.org
Website
Fax
0361-2228418

Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

AARANYAK Major Activities and Achivements

Aaranyak has been working for the environment conservation in NE India through total 7 different programmes, namely (a) North East Threatened Species Conservation Programme, (b) Water, Climate and Hazard Programme, (c) Wildlife Genetics Programme, (d) Environment education and capacity building programme, (e) Geo-spatial technology application programme, (f) Community based conservation programme, and (g) Legal and advocacy programme. Under North East Threatened species conservation programme, Aaranyak has total 6 different initiatives, viz., (a) Rhino research and conservation initiative, (b) Tiger research and conservation initiative, (c) Elephant research and conservation initiative, (d) Gangetic dolphin research and conservation initiative, (e) Primate research and conservation initiative, (f) Herpetofauna research and conservation initiative, through which Aaranyak has been contributing significantly to the conservation of these highly threatened mega-fauna of North East India. Within last 25 years of its existence Aaranyak has been providing significant contribution in the wildlife and environment conservation of the region through these programmes and initiatives with a group of dedicated and highly qualified biologists and educators.