Govt Tamil Nadu Forest Department Jobs 2020-2021 - Sarkari Naukri
TNFUSRC Invites Application for 320 Forest Guard Recruitment 2020
Vacancy Circular No: 2/2019
invites applications for recruitment of Forest Guard
Saidapet, Chennai, 600015 Tamil Nadu
Number of Vacancy: 320 Posts
Forest Guard: A pass in Higher Secondary Course with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Zoology or Botany as one of the Subject.
Forest Guard with Driving Licence: A pass in higher Secondary Course (plus two) with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Zoology or Botany as one of the subjects‟‟. Must possess a valid driving licence issued by the competent Transport Authority.
Pay Scale:Pay Scale:
18200-57900/- Per Month
Age Limit: 21-30 years.
Examination Fee: The Examination Fee for the posts of Forest Guard and Forest Guard with Driving Licence in respect of SC/ST candidates will be Rs.150/- + applicable service charges and for all other candidates an examination fee of Rs.300/- + applicable service charges, per candidate will be collected.
How to Apply:
Applications for this job are to be filled online. Please follow the link is given below to apply ( or visit original job details page): https://www.forests.tn.gov.in/pages/view/tn-forest-news
Published on: 6th December 2019
For more details, please refer to official notification at Download Official Notification
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About Tamil Nadu Forest Department
The Tamil Nadu Forest Department was established in 1855 by Dr. Hugh Francis Cleghorn. Initially it was named as Madras Forest Department. In 1969, Madras State was renamed Tamil Nadu (land of the Tamils) and the name of the department was likewise also changed. The objective of the Tamil Nadu Forest Department is to conserve biodiversity and eco-systems of forests and wilderness areas to ensure water security and food security of the state.
The Forest Department is responsible for managing an area over 3,305 km2 (1,276 sq mi), constituting 2.54% of the geographic area and 17.41% of the 22,643 km2 (8,743 sq mi) recorded forest area of the state.
Dr. Hugh Francis Cleghorn is considered to be "the father of scientific forestry in India".
he Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (PCCF) is the head of the Tamil Nadu Forest Department. The Chief Wildlife Warden, five Additional Principal Chief Conservators of Forests and eight Chief Conservator of Forests function under the PCCF in the head office at Panagal Maaligai (pictured), Saidapet, Chennai. All the Chief Conservators of Forests are assisted by the Conservators of Forests and Deputy Conservator of Forests who have regional and specialised responsibilities.