Forestry and Wildlife


One of the major natural resources of any country is its forests. These forests provide us with innumerable herbs, timber, and many other valuable products. Forests also contribute substantially in the economic development of a country. 
Wildlife is an integral part of every forest thus wildlife and forestry go hand in hand. Optimum utilization of these forest resources without disturbing the ecological balance is the main concern of any government. There is a great demand for specially trained professionals for performing these duties. A forestry expert can work in the laboratories, outdoors or even in offices depending on their areas of specialization.
Qualifications: Forestry and wildlife courses in India are provided both at the undergraduate and post graduate levels. The minimum qualifications required to pursue a 3-4 years, B.S.C (forestry) is to have passed the 10+2 examination with physics, chemistry and biology or agriculture as subjects.