The licence of the guides in the zoo has not been renewed since 2016 due to which they are being treated as private guides.
The zoo has also warned the licensees that their licence to provide service on its premises will be cancelled if such violations are recorded more than thrice.
While 12 cabins will be operated, each of these will have the capacity to accommodate three persons. The ticket cost has been fixed at Rs 95 plus GST.
There are instances when the animal sustains injuries whereas the forest staff also get hurt which is why the traditional methods will be chucked if the trial is successful.
Besides, the zoo has a proposal pending with the Central Zoo Authority (CZA) to bring four female and one male chinkara from Jodhpur in future, said zoo deputy director Sanjeet Kumar.
The zoo authorities will soon carry out ultrasonographic evaluation of reproductive tracts of three lioness and supplementation of trace minerals of wild dogs and wolves initially.
The zoo has around 100 animals of 20 species including 26 tigers, 17 lions as well as a number of Himalayan bears, jackals+ and civets vulnerable to Covid infection.