Thursday 27 November 2014

Wildlife Institute of India has invited applications for recruitment to various positions from eligible candidates in Biological & Environmental Sciences / Physical Sciences/Statistics/ Geo-informatics/ Social Sciences/ Engineering backgrounds.
WII is hiring for the project, 'Assessment and Monitoring of Climate Change Effects on Wildlife Species and Ecosystems for Developing Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies in the Indian Himalayan Region' under NMSHE.
  1. Project Scientist - 03 Posts
  2. Project Associate - 04 Posts
  3. Project Fellow - 08 Posts
  4. Project Assistant - 08 Posts
  5. Project Interns - 10 Posts
  • Project Scientist - 
  • M.Sc./M.Tech. in Life Sciences / Forestry/ Geoinformatics/ Geology/ Environmental Sciences/ Soil Science/ Computer Application/ Statistics/ Mathematics/ Hydrology/ Earth and Atmospheric Sciences or related fields with 3 years experience.  Project Associate - 
  • Ph.D. in Life Sciences / Forestry/ Geoinformatics/ Geography/ Geology/ Environmental Sciences/ Soil Science/Sociology/ Anthropology/ Computer Application/ Statistics/ Mathematics with 3 years of research experience.
  • Project Fellow - 
  • Post Graduate Degree in Life Sciences /Fisheries Science/Forestry/Geoinformatics/ Geography/ Geology/Environmental Sciences/ Soil Science/Sociology/ Anthropology/ Computer Application/ Statistics or related fields with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks from a recognized University and NET/GATE/WIINET qualified. 
  • Project Assistant-
  • Post Graduate Degree (Life Sciences/Forestry/ Geoinformatics/ Environmental Sciences/ Sociology/ Computer Application/ Economics/ Business administration.
  • Project Interns - 
  • Bachelor/Master degree/Diploma in Biological/ Physical/Engineering/Social sciences)

  • Project Scientist - Rs. 57,500/month
  • Project Associate - Rs. 24,000 pm 
  • Project Fellow - Rs. 16,000/month
  • Project Assistant - Rs. 8,000/month
How to apply-
  • Interested and eligible candidates should fill the application in a prescribed format and submit it to the official address:
  • The Nodal Scientist, DST-NMSHE Project, Wildlife Institute of India, Chandrabani, Dehradun - 248 001 (Uttarakhand)

Important date- 
Last date to apply- January 7, 2015


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