The Government of Kolkata, West Bengal Biodiversity Board (WBBB) has issued a notification for the recruitment of 3 PBR Monitoring Assistant vacancies.
Educational qualification for West Bengal Biodiversity Board (WBBB) recruitment 2017 must be a M.Sc. in Botany / Zoology / Environmental Science/Agriculture/Fisheries Science with 2 (two) year field work experience. The engagement will be on purely temporary basis for a period of one year at a monthly consolidated pay. Desirable: Experience in relevant field.
Name of the Organization: West Bengal Biodiversity Board (WBBB)
Official Website: http://www.wbbb.nic.in/
Total Number of Vacancies: 3
Name of the Post (Designation): PBR Monitoring Assistant
Educational Qualification: M.Sc. in Botany / Zoology / Environmental Science/Agriculture/Fisheries Science with 2 (two) year field work experience. The engagement will be on purely temporary basis for a period of one year at a monthly consolidated pay. Desirable: Experience in relevant field.
Age Limit: As Per Govt rules
Pay scale: 16,000/-
|S.No||Start Date||End Date|
|1||19th Dec 2016||5th Jan 2017|
How To Apply: Candidates with requisite qualification may appear before the interview board at the abovementioned address on the mentioned date along with a) latest CV with copies as proof of essential as Well as desirable qualification b) original of the same for Verification c) an application in plain paper to be addressed to the undersigned
Monitoring of ongoing People's Biodiversity Registers (PBRs) & Post-PBR activities working to job
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.