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Call of the Jungle: Journey of an IFS Officer


Call of the Jungle: Journey of an IFS Officer by Dr. Ruchi Singh is an enthralling exploration of the Indian Forest Service Officer’s career, revealing the remarkable journey from probation to the rank of Principal Chief Conservator of Forests. While a work of fiction, it draws from the real-life experiences of IFS officers, enriched with memorable anecdotes from five serving IFS officers themselves.

This meticulously researched book takes readers on a captivating journey through diverse ecosystems, from the renowned tiger reserves of Corbett and Ranthambor to lesser-known sanctuaries. 

Dr. Singh’s academic expertise shines through, providing both information and fascination. With endorsements from esteemed wildlife experts and stunning wildlife photography, “Call of the Jungle” is an invaluable addition to any nature enthusiast’s library. Its reasonable price and five-star rating on Amazon make it an accessible gem for all.

‘Call of the Jungle- Journey of an IFS officer’, is very reasonably priced at Rs 350, has a rating of 5 stars and is available on Amazon   https://amzn.eu/d/iEdifmP


Dr. Ruchi Singh is a passionate wildlife explorer and a dedicated Tiger enthusiast. Over the past 28 years, she has extensively toured the Indian jungles.

She hails from Prayagraj, is an accomplished historian, has made two significant archaeological discoveries, one of which is a 1300-year-old artefact. Dr. Singh pursued her doctoral research on the Sacred Complex of Prayag and post-doctoral studies in Buddhist studies.

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