Engagement of Project Personnel under NMSHE and NMHS Projects and Himalayan Research Fellowships under NMHS


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The Wildlife Institute of India (WII) is a premier national institution working towards strengthening Wildlife Conservation and Management through research, training and education.  WII is looking for bright candidates from Biological and Environmental Sciences backgrounds for engagement as project personnel in two projects and award of fellowships under the National Mission on Himalayan Studies.

  1. Assessment and Monitoring of Climate Change Effects on Wildlife Species and Ecosystems for Developing Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies in the Indian Himalayan Region under the National Mission for Sustaining the Himalayan Ecosystem (NMSHE)

  2. Human-wildlife conflict resolution mechanism in the Indian Himalayan Region: Risk assessment, Prediction, and Management through Research and Community engagement’ under the National Mission on Himalayan Studies (NMHS)

  3. Award of Himalayan Research Associate and Himalayan Junior Research Fellowships under the National Mission on Himalayan Studies (NMHS)

A total of 35 Personnel (1 Project Scientist, 7 Project/Research Associates, 12 Project Fellows, 5 Project Assistants and 5 Project Interns) are to be engaged. If a candidate is applying for more than one position, separate applications have to be submitted for every post applied for and sent along with the application fee. The advertisement number and position applied for should be written on the envelope.  The details of Project Personnel to be engaged under the two projects and Himalayan Research Fellowships are given here pdf (54 kb)

For the full advertisements for engagement of the above positions please see the links below.

  1. Assessment and Monitoring of Climate Change Effects on Wildlife Species and Ecosystems for Developing Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies in the Indian Himalayan Region under the National Mission for Sustaining the Himalayan Ecosystem (NMSHE) pdf (213 kb)

  2. Human-wildlife conflict resolution mechanism in the Indian Himalayan Region: Risk assessment, Prediction, and Management through Research and Community engagement’ under the National Mission on Himalayan Studies (NMHS) pdf (221 kb)

  3. Himalayan Research Associate and Himalayan Junior Research Fellowships under the National Mission on Himalayan Studies (NMHS) pdf (290 kb)

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