Wildlife Institute of India Recruitment 2018: Project Fellow & Project Assistant Post
WII Recruitment Apply Online For Project Fellow & Project Assistant Post
Wildlife Institute of India (WII) invites applications form eligible candidates for the posts of Project Fellow & Project Assistant .
Location : All India
Total Posts: 05
Name of the Posts:
- Project Fellow: 03 Posts
- Project Assistant: 02 Posts
Age Limit : Maximum 32 years & Age Relaxation would be applicable as per norms.
- For Project Fellow: Master degree (Relevant Discipline) with Experience
- For Project Assistant: Master degree (Relevant Discipline)
Pay Scale: As per rules
Selection Process: Would Depend On Written Examination/ Interview.
How to Apply:
Eligible and Interested candidates may attend the walk-in along with all enclosures at given venue.
- Date Of Written Test: 29-11-2018
- Date Of Personal Interview: 30-11-2018
Advertisement and Application Form Link Details: For more detail Please visit official recruitment notification
Detail Advertisement Link : http://www.wii.gov.in
About Wildlife Institute of India
Wildlife Institute of India was incorporated as an office in the year 1982 and became an independent institute in the year 1986. It is worldwide recommended institute that provides training program to the students, academic courses and advisory in wildlife research and management. The Institute is positively associated with study across the breadth of the country on biodiversity relevant challenges.
In the earlier times, India’s once prosperous biodiversity has turned out to be significantly exhausted. Prompt human being and cattle population boost in addition to itinstead lopsided growth structure get marginalized or unjustly exploited the country’s leading backwoods places such that the species comfort and the range of environment that the country was previously feeling good about are tremendously eroded and fragmented. In such situation the help was needed to strengthen the recovery. It absolutely was essential to have a company which, while taking a look at forests holistically, merged their management with protecting their biodiversity and safeguarding the needs of the individuals in their surrounding area in a way that would be sensible and systematically focused. Such an idea resulted in the establishing of Wildlife Institute of India.
In April 1986, Wildlife Institute of India was declared as an autonomous body. With many different countries in South and South- East Asia region sending their personal to its training programmes on a regular basis. It has already been regarded as a significant regional centre for training in wildlife conservation and management.
Wildlife Institute of India hires many candidates every year. The interested candidates who wish to work in this field can apply for the posts.