Kerala Forest Department Recruitment 2016 — Conservation Biologist Posts
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Kerala Forest Department Recruitment 2016 – Conservation Biologist Posts: Kerala Forest Department has inform vacant seats for Conservation Biologist (CB) vacancies on contractual basis. Do you have a dream of getting joined Kerala Forest Department may apply in the prescribed format on or before 20/10/2016. Other details are mention below…
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates:
Kerala Forest Department Vacant Seats Details:
Name of the Posts: Conservation Biologist (CB)
Graduation Degree in Biological Science, 02 years of working experience in field of wildlife conservation with recognised organisations/ institutions/ departments & proficient in GIS & computer.
Process of Selection:
Applied candidates Selection will be based on interview.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates may send their application in prescribed format to the venue & CV/ Resume by email to email@example.com & Wayanadwarden@gmail.com on or before 20/10/2016.
Chief Executive Officer, Sulthan Bathery FDA, Wayanad Wildlife Division, Sulthan Bathey PO, Wayanad 673592
Last Date for Submit of Application Form: 20/10/2016.
Job Location: kerala
About us-Kerala Forest and Wildlife Department is a law enforcement agency for the state of Kerala, India. Over 75% of the landarea of Kerala was covered by forests uptill even the 18th century.The department concerns on the entity of the human beings with the survival of each species in its habitat. It conserves 10,336 km2 of forests forming 29.101% of the total geographic area of the state.The headquarters of Kerala Forest Department is located at Vazhuthacaud, in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. It also hosts the Forest Central Library Thiruvananthapuram which even the public can access.Most of Kerala’s significantly biodiverse tracts of wilderness lie in the evergreen forests of its easternmost districts; coastal Kerala (along with portions of the east) mostly lies under cultivation and is home to comparatively little wildlife. Despite this, Kerala contains 9,400 km2 of natural forests. Out of the approximately 7,500 km2 of non-plantation forest cover, there are wild regions of tropical wet evergreen and semi-evergreen forests (lower and middle elevations — 3,470 km2), tropical moist and dry deciduous forests (mid-elevations — 4,100 km2 and 100 km2, respectively), and montane subtropical and temperate (shola) forests (highest elevations — 100 km2). Such forests together cover 24% of Kerala’s landmass