Gwalior division comprises of Chambal Sanctuary, Son Chiraiya bird sanctuary, Sheopur along with Madhav National Park situated at Shivpuri. To develop eco-tourism it just need to be highlighted and develop properly. A 90 days guide training program has been started at Indian Institute of Tourism & Travel Management (IITTM) to develop ecotourism. IITTM Nodal Officer, Dr. Sandeep Kulshrestha inaugurated the event. Guides will be posted as four to Tigra Dam, three to Bhopal, three to Rajgad, two to Khandwa, four to Tikamgarh, six to Murena, four to Satpura National Park and four to Hoshangabad. Event saw the presence of Forest Officer Gwalior SP Riyal, DCF Atul Khera and project coordinator Prof. Nimit Chaudhary.
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