Admission to XV M.Sc. Course in Wildlife Science (2015-2017) of the Wildlife Institute of India (WII)

  • On:
    April 9, 2015
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    Wildlife Institute of India
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The Wildlife Institute of India ( is a premier national institute for training and research in the field of wildlife conservation and management. The Institute’s idyllic ambience, state of the art infrastructure, scientific faculty of repute and diverse professionals provide a vibrant academic atmosphere for scholarly work. The Institute constantly strives to provide an enriching learning experience to its students. The M.Sc. course in Wildlife Science is a flagship course of the Institute and is widely acclaimed both nationally and internationally. The course aims to impart theoretical knowledge on concepts, principles, approaches; analytical skills and field techniques in Wildlife Science. Students of high calibre,
motivation and having passion for Wildlife and Conservation are selected for the residential course every alternate year. The course is affiliated with the Saurashtra University, Rajkot (Gujarat) which has been Accredited Grade B by NAAC (CGPA 2.93). The details of the University can be found at The degree on successful completion
of the course will be awarded by the Saurashtra University, Rajkot. Indian and foreign nationals are admitted to the course. Applications are invited for admission to this 2 year course (four semesters) in M.Sc. Wildlife Science commencing June, 2015 at this Institute. Twenty meritorious students will be admitted to this course, which includes 15 Indian and 05
foreign nationals. The break-up of seats (15) for Indian nationals will be as follows: General Candidates – 08; SC Candidates – 02; ST Candidate – 01; OBC Candidates – 04. In case 05 foreign candidates are not selected, these seats will be offered to Indian candidates and the reservation policy of Government of India will be made applicable for these seats.

For more details please visit the WII website.

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