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WII Project Fellow & Project Assistant 2019 Syllabus for PDF

The WII Written Exam 2019 will be for 50 marks and candidates will get 1 Hour to complete the online written test. This is the accurate place for the candidates who are preparing for the WII Project Personnel Exam can easily check the WII Project Personnel Syllabus 2019 and crack the job easily.

As there is very less time for the written exam so applicants should not waste their time in searching the syllabus. Get the complete syllabus from the below section.The question paper will consist 25 multiple choice questions from different sections as follow.

WII Project Fellow Syllabus & Exam Pattern

WII Project Assistant & Project Fellow 2019 Eligibility

The decision of the Institute Screening Committee in all matters relating to eligibility, work experience, acceptance or rejection of application, mode of selection will be final and binding on the candidates and no enquiry or correspondence will be entertained from any individual or his/her agency. At the time of the verification of original documents, if it is found that an attempt has been made by the applicant to willfully conceal, misrepresent or canvass the facts, his/her candidature will not be considered.

WII Project Assistant & Project Fellow 2019 Syllabus & Exam Pattern Summary
Name of Exam Project Assistant & Project Fellow
Board of Organization Wildlife Institute of India WII
No of Vacancy 25 Posts
Date of Exam Update Soon
Official Website http://www.wii.gov.in
Category Syllabus & Exam Pattern

Selection Process

Eligible candidates will be required to appear in the Written Test in Hindi/English on the appointed date. The duration of the test would be two hours.

The written test will be of one-hour duration with 60 objective type questions of one mark each (Total 60 marks) covering subjects related to wildlife conservation, wetlands and aquatic species. This will be followed by a personal interview of 40 marks. Based on the merit list of written examination, only first top six candidates for each position will be called for personal interview. The final selection of the candidate will be based on performance in written as well as in the interview and in order of merit as decided by the Selection Committee

  • Written Examination
  • Personal Interview
  • Document verification

On the Day when you appears for written examination

  • Candidates require reaching at written examination location at least 30 minutes before.
  • Candidates are not permitting to bring books or other notes with them on examination centers.
  • Don’t come with your family because no one is permitted to go inside at examination center premises.
  • Calculator with memory, watches and other electronic item are not allowed to bring at written examination centers.
  • Candidates make sure to bring Admit Card/Hall ticket before appearing written examination.
  • Candidates have to bring with them 2 pencils and 2 sharpened.

WII Project Assistant & Project Fellow 2019 Written Examination Details

Syllabus for WII Project Assistant & Project Fellow 2019

Quantitative Aptitude

Reasoning

English

Technical Subjects

Current Affairs

General Ecology and Conservation Biology (For Project Associate, Senior Biologist, Project Biologist, Research Biologist field component)

  • Basic concepts of ecosystems.
  • Energy flow, nutrient cycles, and trophic levels.
  • Definitions of plant and communities, populations, and individuals.
  • Species Interactions: Competition, Predation, and Mutualism.
  • Population demography and dynamics.
  • Carrying Capacity.
  • Metapopulation concept.
  • Nature and Structure of Biological Communities.
  • Niche Concepts.
  • Succession.
  • Factors governing species diversity.
  • Vertebrate Biology.
  • Bio-molecules.
  • Conservation Applications of Genetics.
  • Population and Habitat Viability Analysis.
  • Small and declining population paragigms.
  • Ecological Restoration.
  • Overview of Sampling and Experimental Design.
  • Probability Theory and Distributions.
  • Parametric and Non-Parametric tests of Difference, Correlation and Regression Analysis.
  • Population Enumeration Technique.
  • Major Wildlife habitats in India.
  • Biogeographic zones and affinities of flora and fauna in the Indian subcontinent.
  • Climate Change.
  • GIS and Remote Sensing Basics.
  • In-situ and ex-situ conservation.
  • Conservation outside Protected Areas.
  • Legal Instruments for Conservation:
  1. Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972.
  2. Indian Forest Act, 1927.
  3. Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980.
  4. Environmental (Protection) Act, 1986, International Agreements and Conservations (CITES, CMS, CBD, Ramsar, etc.)

GIS and Remote Sensing (For Research Biologist GIS Component)

  • Basic principles of remote sensing and aerial photo interpretation.
  • Fundamental laws governing the remote sensing science.
  • The concept of Electro-Magnetic Spectrum and Energy interactions with the atmosphere and with earth surface features.
  • Platforms and Sensors, Resolution, Image and False color composite, introduction to digital data, Digital Image processing, elements of visual interpretation techniques.
  • Advanced Remote Sensing Techniques.
  • Geographic Information System-Basics.
  • Components of GIS.
  • Coordinate systems.
  • Map Projections.
  • Data Models-Raster and Vector.
  • GIS data and its structure Geospatial Data and GIS operations, attribute data, thematic layers, and query analysis.
  • Global positioning systems.
  • Basic concepts of ecology.
  • Major wildlife habitats in India.
  • Protected Area network.
  • Project Tiger.
  • Impacts of developmental projects on wildlife.

Conservation Genetics (Research Biologist Genetics Component)

  • The basic theory of population and genetics.
  • Applications of genetics in conservation.
  • Nucleic acids.
  • Chemical basis of heredity.
  • Mendelian concepts.
  • Types of markers.
  • Phylogenetics.
  • Mutation theory.
  • Evolution at the molecular level.
  • Speciation, Selection, Drift, Mutation, and Migration,
  • Genetic variation in natural populations.
  • Conservation applications of genetics (loss of genetic diversity, inbreeding depression, and bottleneck).
  • Theory of laboratory techniques.
  • Basic concepts of ecology.
  • Major wildlife habitats in India.
  • Protected Area network.
  • Project Tiger.
  • Impacts of developmental projects on wildlife.

Exam Pattern WII Project Assistant & Project Fellow 2019

Applicants have to score minimum 30 Marks in general Hindi.

Candidates score in General Studies is not considered if not get min 30 Marks in Hindi.

For more details check the Syllabus PDF in Hindi below.

Question Papers will be in Hindi & English Languages

Candidates who cleared the written are eligible for Interview.

IDENTITY VERIFICATION for NIFT Junior Hindi Translator JHT 2019

The original certificates/documents of successful candidates will be verified for which dates will be notified after declaration of result. On the basis of written test, the provisionally qualified candidates will be required to produce original certificates of Essential and Desirable Qualifications along with one set of photocopy, duly attested,

The candidate’s identity will be verified with respect to his/her details on the call letter and in the Attendance List. If identity of the candidate is in doubt the candidate will not be allowed to appear for the Online Examination.

  • Certificates and Mark sheets of qualifying examinations.
  • Aadhar card.
  • Proof of Educational Qualifications.
  • Date of Birth Certificate / S.S.C
  • School Study Certificate
  • Declaration by the Unemployed (For claiming examination fee exemption)
  • No Objection Certificate from Employer (if anywhere employed)

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