Kerala Forest Department & Wildlife Department jobs for Conservation Biologist in Kozhikode. Last Date to apply: 20 Oct 2016

Eligibility : MSc

Location : Kozhikode

Last Date : 20 Oct 2016

Kerala Forest Department & Wildlife Department - Job Details

Conservation Biologist recruitment in Kerala Forest Department & Wildlife Department

Qualification : Post Graduate degree in Biological Sciences preferably on wildlife management. Outstanding communication and documentation skills and research aptitude At least two years of working experience in the field of wildlife conservation with recognized organizations / institutions / Departments. Proficiency in GIS and computer is essential Willingness to work, travel and stay in remote locations is a must.

Salary : Rs. 25,000/-

Selection Process : Written Examination and Personal Interview.


Hiring Process : Written-test

Job Role: Others

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About Kerala Forest Department & Wildlife Department

Even from 3000 BC foreigners like Assyrians and Babylonians were drawn to Kerala for spices. In 5th century AD, Romans and Arabs were conducting a brisk trade with Kerala in pepper, cardamom, lavender, ginger, garlic, and other spices and condiments. The volume of foreign trade increased during 9th and 10th centuries AD. Commodities like pepper, lavender, teak, ivory were exported and fishing nets, potteries, silk etc were imported. Three-fourth of the land area of Kerala was under thick forest even up to 18th century. History of forestry in Kerala can be dealt with separately under three separate regions- Travancore, Cochin and Malabar areas, as these erstwhile geographical and political areas later merged to form the present Kerala State.

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