Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary Industrial Visit

Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary visiting students can have their industrial visit in Jamshedpur
Jamshedpur is a major industrial centre of East India, Jamshedpur was declared the 7th cleanest and richest city of India, Jamshedpur has been selected as one of the cities for the Global Compact Cities Pilot Programme by United Nations, the only one to be selected in India as well as the entire South-East Asia . Jamshedpur houses industrial units such as Tata Steel, Tata Motor, The Tinplate Company India Ltd, Tata Robins Frze, Telcon, Timken India, Indian Cable, I.S.W.P, Lafarge Cement, Tata Power, Tata Pigment, Tata Rayrson, Uranium Corporation India Limited, Hindustan Copper Limited, Rakha Copper Project, Turamdih Gold Mine, Paper Mill – Dhalbhumgarh, Usha Martin, ABB, TCS, L&T, M.N.Dastur, Danielle, Italiam Pianti.

Located 20 km from the steel city of Jamshedpur, Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary lies in the catchment area of Subarnarekha River and is spread over an area of 193 sq km. Its undulating terrain with high hillocks, plateau, deep valley and open fields between hillocks, provides natural habitat for diverse flora and fauna.

Apart from the famed elephants, the sanctuary has barking deer, wild bears, sloth beer, porcupines, leopard, tigers, giant squirrels, monkeys, langurs and several species of birds, including peacocks. The steep slopes of Dalma are a trekker’s delight. Small hideouts have been made at several places in the sanctuary where one can see wilds animals in their natural habitat.

Sights to See

Lying in the catchment area of Subarnarekha River and adjoining Purulia District of West Bengal, Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is rich inn flora. The forests here are mostly dry mixed deciduous with few dry peninsular Sal, the main tree species being Terminalias, Jamun, Dhaura, Kendu, Karam etc.

Dalma Mountain Range is at an altitude of 3000 feet. The sanctuary is very much favoured by the elephants due to availability of water even during summer. Leopard, Barking Deer, Mouse Deer, Sloth Bear, Monkey, Giant Squirrel are abundant here.  It is also haven for several species of birds, including peacocks.

How would you like to travel?

Bisra Munda Airport at Ranchi is the nearest airport connected by flights from Mumbai Bhubaneswar, Kolkata, Delhi and Patna.

Jamshedpur is a major railway station and junction known as Tatanagar connecting several important cities in India.

Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is connected by good motorable roads to all places in East India.
Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is:
  • 270 km from Kolkata
  • 140 km from Ranchi
  • 421 km from Patna
  • 191 km from Asansol

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  • Tata Steel
  • Tata Motor

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries


Jamshedpur (20 km)
Jamshedpur is the largest city in Jharkhand. One of the cleanliest cities in India, Jamshedpur is a welcome break from the chaos of other Indian cities. It has been selected as a UN Global Compact City. Known for its billowing steel factory, the place lures first-time visitors today with several beautiful attractions including Jubilee Park, Tata Zoological Park, Bhuvaneshwari Temple and Jayanti Sarowar .

Located on Hata-Musabani road Jadugora is about 40 km from Jamshedpur. The place is known for its uranium mines.

40 km east of Jamshedpur, Ghatshila is located on River Subarnarekha. The place is the birth-place of famous Bengali writer Bibhuti Bhushan Bandyapadhaya.

40 km from Jamshedpur, Musabani, located in Purbi Singhbhum district Jharkhand, is famous for copper mines. 

64 km Southwest of Chaibasa, the place is known for Iron ore mines.