Current Recruitment Notification From Uttarakhand Forest Department 2016 | 06 Vacancies Available On indianfreejobs.com 


Uttarakhand Forest Department Recruitment 2016RA & SRF Posts: State Climate Change Centre, Department of Forests, Dehradun has inform 06 vacant seats for Research Associate & Junior Research Fellow for the project entitled of “Establishing/Strengthening the State Climate Change Centre/ Cell” on temporary basis. Do you have a dream of getting joined Uttarakhand Forest Department may apply in the prescribed format on or before 21/10/2016 at 05.00 PM. Other details are mention below..
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates:

Uttarakhand Forest Department Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 06
Name of the Posts:
1. Research Associate: 02 Seats
2. Junior Research Fellow: 04 Seats

How to Apply:
Interested candidates send their application in the prescribed format along with requisite qualifications, experience necessary self-attested copies of certificates/ mark sheets by registered/ speed post to the venue on or before 21/10/2016 at 05.00 PM.

Important Dates:
Last Date for Submit of Application Form: 21/10/2016 at 05.00 PM.

Job Location: Uttarakhand

Venue:
Office Chief Conservator of Forests, New Forest Colony, Indranagar, Dehradun – 248001,Uttarakhand 

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About Us – The forest department estimated that 3,500 hectares (8,600 acres) of forest had been burnt.[1] Nearly 1,600 incidences of fires were detected which were brought under control by 2 May. The rains on 3 May helped in reducing the impact of fires.forest fires have been noted in numerous places across the Indian state of Uttarakhand. These fires, set mainly in pine forests in the slopes of the sub-Himalayan region, produced clouds of smoke. Widespread comments in the Indian news media led to the government taking action, deploying the National Disaster Response Force and making use of Indian Air Force Mi-17 helicopters fitted with “Bambi buckets” to douse the fires with water.[2] The forest department estimated that 3,500 hectares (8,600 acres) of forest had been burnt.[1] Nearly 1,600 incidences of fires were detected which were brought under control by 2 May. The rains on 3 May helped in reducing the impact of fires.