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World Heritage Assistant Jobs in Dehradun - Wildlife Institute of India (WII)

Last Date to Apply: 15-03-2019
World Heritage Assistant - Job Details Date of Posting: 27-02-2019

World Heritage Assistant  job vacancies in Wildlife Institute of India (WII) 

No. of Posts  :  02

Qualification  :  Bachelors’ Degree in Arts/ Life Sciences/ Zoology/ Botany/Social Science/ Technology/Engineering

Desirable : a) Experience in having carried out ecological/ cultural-anthropological and socio-economic research work in any one of the World Heritage sites in India. b) Capability / knowledge in field data collection for biological taxa and socio-economic surveys. c) Demonstrated skills in computer applications d) Effective oral & written communication skills, especially in scientific/popular writing. e) Publications in journals / popular press in either English / any vernacular language or both.

Emoluments :  Rs. 25,000 per month (Consolidated)

Age Limit :  Not exceeding 40 years as on the date of interview.

How To Apply For World Heritage Assistant  job vacancies in Wildlife Institute of India (WII) 

The candidates should report by 0930 hrs. for scrutiny of documents on Friday 15th March, 2019 followed by an Interview on the same day from 1500 hrs onwards. No accommodation will be provided for the candidates appearing for interview.

Candidates should bring the duly filled in application with attested true copies of testimonials of educational qualifications along with certificate of extracurricular activities, date of birth, mark sheets of all examinations etc. All original documents /certificates must be produced at the time of registration for necessary verification. 

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About Wildlife Institute of India WII

Established in 1982, Wildlife Institute of India (WII) is an internationally acclaimed Institution, which offers training program, academic courses and advisory in wildlife research and management. The Institute is actively engaged in research across the breadth of the country on biodiversity related issues. The Institute's idyllic campus that has been carefully developed to create state of the art infrastructure encourages scholarly work.