The last date to apply for TNFUSRC Recruitment 2019 is May 13

TNFUSRC Recruitment 2019 – The last date to apply for the Tamil Nadu Forest Uniformed Services Recruitment (TNFUSRC) Recruitment 2019 is May 13, 2019. An estimated 564 forest watcher’s post is available in Tamil Nadu Forest Department, said the India Today report. This is one of the biggest opportunities for Class X passed candidates, noted the report.

Vacancy details for TNFUSRC Recruitment 2019:

  • Total number of posts for Forest Watcher- 564

Required educational qualification:

  • Candidates should have passed SSLC public examination or its equivalent with eligibility for admission to higher secondary courses of studies (or) to college courses of studies

Age limit:

  • Candidates should fall under the age bracket of 21 to 30 years.

Selection procedure:

  • Candidates will be selected on the basis of online exam, certificate verification, physical standards verification and endurance test in 1:3 ratio.

How to apply

  • Interested candidates can apply to the post in the online mode through the official website, forests.tn.gov.in

Application fee:

  • The examination fee for TNFUSRC Forest Watcher Recruitment 2019 is Rs 150
  • Apart from this, service charges will be applied to the fee

Important dates to remember:

  • The release of notification: March 7, 2019
  • The beginning of submission of online application: May 1, 2019
  • Last date for submission of online application: May 13, 2019

The Tamil Nadu Forest Department has completed a journey of more than 160 years. Since the formation of the Department in 1856, during the last sixteen decades, the Forest Department had witnessed many transformations. The initiatives of the Department in the erstwhile Madras Presidency and in the Tamil Nadu State after independence were largely guided by the National Forest Policies of 1894, 1952 and 1988 and programmes supported mainly through fund allocations in the Five Year Plans.

Objectives

  • Biodiversity and genetic resource conservation by the protection of forests and wildlife
  • Augmentation of water resources in forest areas
  • Rehabilitation and restoration of degraded forests for improvement of forest cover
  • Enhancing tree cover outside forests for livelihood security and climate change mitigation
  • The welfare of tribal and forest fringe communities to ensure economic prosperity and ecological stability
  • Forest department provides the services to support
  • Afforestation, soil and water conservation, land use planning, wildlife preservation, tree cultivation in private lands, urban afforestation and forestry extension
  • Programs, which attempt in arriving at appropriate solutions to environmental problems and to regenerate environmental natural resources
  • Research in the areas of sustainable management of forest eco-system and technology to mitigate problems arising from degradation of the environment
  • Programs for improving the quality of life of the people living below the poverty line
  • Tribal development
  • Forest protection, forest consolidation and infrastructure development in forest areas

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