Dr Gobind Sagar Bhardwaj is a senior forest officer belonging to the India Forest Service. Dr GS Bhardwaj possesses vast experience in natural resource conservation, especially in the field of wildlife management. Through his engagements, he has developed a deep passion for wildlife, especially tigers. By observing the tigers, he decided to author a book on tigers titled - “Tracking Tigers in Ranthambhore”. Since then, he has contributed to the conservation of tigers as Chief Conservator of forests by managing affairs related to issues pertaining to wildlife of the Jodhpur region. Dr Gobind is based in the Jodhpur region, and is considered an arid region of the state that includes Desert National Park. Currently, his duties include the planning & execution of wildlife recovery plans of critically endangered Great Indian Bustard.
As a director in Sariska Tiger Reserve, he has also managed one of the most human dominated tiger reserves in the country. The assignment revolves around monitoring re-introduced tigers through radio & satellite tracking apart from managing different affairs of the landscape. Furthermore, Dr GS Bhardwaj is the director of Rajasthan Forestry & Wildlife Training Institute, Jaipur. DR GS Bhardwaj manages all the training programs relating to human resource development through skill development for forest officers & related stakeholders of the state of Rajasthan, with respect to recent emerging issues of forestry & wildlife management.