The Government of Nadia, West Bengal Biodiversity Board (WBBB) has issued a notification for the recruitment of 17 District Co-ordinator (Purely Temporary) vacancies.
Educational qualification for West Bengal Biodiversity Board (WBBB) recruitment 2017 must be a Minimum Higher Secondary (Passed), the age limit minimum: 32 years, maximum 65 years (as on 1st January 2017). Age and qualification may be relaxed for the Candidates who have experience, particularly in the activities related to the implementation of Biological Diversity Act (2002) and Biological Diversity Rules (2004). At least five years of experience in working with environment/ social/ education/ Govt. sector
Name of the Organization: West Bengal Biodiversity Board (WBBB)
Official Website: http://www.wbbb.nic.in/
Total Number of Vacancies: 17
Name of the Post (Designation): District Co-ordinator (Purely Temporary)
Educational Qualification: Minimum Higher Secondary (Passed).
Age Limit: 32-65yrs
Selection Procedure: Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of applications. Board reserves the right to call only the requisite number of candidates for interview after shortlisting with reference to the candidates’ qualification, suitability, experience, etc. Incomplete applications without self-attested copies of certificates/ testimonials or applications received after the last date are liable to be rejected.
Pay scale: 15,000/-
|S.No||Start Date||End Date|
19th Dec 2016
|9th Jan 2017|
a)To facilitate constitution of Biodiversity Management Committee (BMC) at Blocks and Municipalities.
b) To co-ordinate with District Nodal Officer, BMCs and W.B. Biodiversity Board.
c) To organize meetings, awareness programmes for capacity building of BMCs and concerned officials of the district(s).
d) To facilitate & monitor the preparation of People’s Biodiversity Register (PBR) of the district(s). con……..P/2 PAGE - 2
e) Extensive travelling to maintain close contact between the Board and the district(s) to expedite the implementation of provisions of Biological Diversity Act (2002) in the district(s).
Biodiversity is the term given to the variety and variability among living organisms from all sources, and the ecological systems of which they are a part. This diversity, more than often refers only to the wide variety of plants, animals and microorganisms, but actually includes, also the genetic differences within each species and also ecosystem diversity. Biodiversity is our wealth, and a vital means of sustenance, therefore, it is absolutely imperative to understand that this diversity must be conserved as a critically important attribute of nature. The concept arose at the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, where world leaders agreed on a comprehensive strategy for "sustainable development". One of the key agreements was the Convention on Biological Diversity which was signed by vast majority of the world's governments who swore commitments for maintaining the world's ecological foundations as the business of economic development proceeds. The Convention establishes three main goals: (i) the conservation of biological diversity, (ii) the sustainable use of its components and (iii) the fair and equitable sharing of the benefits from the use of genetic resources.