Officers’ Badge: A Symbol of Pride and Honor

The Department of Forests and Park Services has introduced officers badge from the Forestry officers position level to the Director General. A badge is a piece of metal, that is affixed to a person’s uniform. To the outsider, it may not seem like much on the surface, but for the forestry professionals, the badge is a great source of pride. It is the most meaningful piece of the uniform, and it is for those men and women who go out and work hard to protect, manage, conserve the forests and serve the people. Being an officer, is not just a job and to these professionals a badge is not just a badge. It is a symbol of dedication, hard work and a commitment to the people they serve. As such it is important to have only the very best.

When someone is given their badge, it is a special occasion – a day to be remembered for ever. It is a memory that sticks with them and inspires them to tackle their jobs every day with renewed vigor. It is for all these reasons we appreciate and respect the badges’ importance as a part of the forestry personnel’s uniform. It is a symbol of great honor and pride to serve the King, Country and People.

Submitted by Gem Tshering, Territorial Forest Division, Tsirang

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