ZSI recruitment 2017
Zoological Survey of India announces Walk-in Interview for 31 Junior Research Fellow recruitment through ZSI Recruitment 2017 Notification. intrested aspirants can participate in the walk-in interview which is to be held on 11th November 2017. But before that, all the candidates have to fill the application forms for ZSI recruitment 2017 with relevant details. Users can find the application form in the below sections of this article. Furthermore, details regarding ZSI recruitment are available @ www.zsi.gov.in.
ZSI Recruitment 2017-18
|Name of the Organization||Zoological Survey of India (ZSI)|
|Post Name||Junior Research Fellow recruitment|
|Job Category||Central Government recruitment|
|Location of the Job Location||India|
|official website of the organisation||www.zsi.gov.in|
ZSI Vacancy 2017 Details
|Sl.No||Name of the Post||No of Vacancy|
|1.||Junior Research Fellow||31|
Required elligibility for above mentioned vacancies for Zoological Survey of India recruitment 2017
- Candidates must have completed Master degree in Zoology/Environmental Science/Wildlife Science/ Life Sciences with Zoology as the major subject in UG/PG course with 60% marks from the recognized institution.
Personnel Selection Process:
- Junior Research Fellow: Rs,12,000/- + HRA.
- Refer Official Notification.
Procedure To apply for These recruitment:
- Candidates can apply for ZSI Recruitment 2017 @ www.zsi.gov.in.
- Attend walk-in interview along with the filled application form and necessary documents on 11-11-2017 from 11.00 AM onwards.
Botanical Garden of Indian Republic, NOIDA
Gautam Budh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh.
Important Dates Of Notification:
Walk-In-Interview Date: 11-11-2017.
Other Links to Consider:
The Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) is a premier Indian organization in zoological research and studies. It was established on 1 July 1916 to promote the survey, exploration, and research of the fauna in the region. The activities of the ZSI are coordinated by the Conservation and Survey Division under the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India. The annals of Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) reflect an eventful beginning for the Survey even before its formal birth and growth. The history of ZSI begins from the days of the Asiatic Society of Bengal founded by Sir William Jones on 15 January 1784. The Asiatic Society of Bengal was the mother institution not only to the Indian Museum (1875) but also to the institutions like the Zoological Survey of India and the Geological Survey of India.
Know more about Zoological Survey of India
ZSI’s establishment was, in fact, a fulfillment of the dream of Sir William Jones, the founder of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, whose vision encompassed the entire range of human knowledge. The Asiatic Society had started collecting zoological and geological specimens since 1796 and set up a museum in 1814. Nathaniel Wallich, the first Superintendent of the “Museum of the Asiatic Society”, was in charge of the increasing collections of Geological and Zoological specimens; he had augmented the animal collections to the Zoological Galleries of the Museum. The genesis of Zoological Survey of India was in 1875 with the opening of the Indian Museum. The new museum on its inception comprised only three sections: the Zoological, the Archaeological and the Geological. The zoological collections of the Asiatic Society of Bengal were formally handed over to the Board of Trustees of the Indian Museum in 1875.