TNFUSRC is Hiring a Forest Guard

TNFUSRC is Hiring a Forest Guard

Tamil Nadu Forest Uniformed Services Recruitment Committee

TNFUSRC is Hiring a Forest Guard. With the vacancy of 320 posts. 12th pass candidates can apply before 14th February 2020. The selection process will be based on Online Written Examination and on Endurance Test. Any changes in the number of Vacancies will be informed on the official site. Stay Connected to the website for Exam Date, Admit Card, Answer Key. For detail information about Salary/Qualification/Criteria/Eligibility, you can go through this page.

Category Details For Forest Guard

Post Name General BC BCM MBC SC SC(A) ST Total
Forest Guard 70 60 08 46 33 07 03 227
Forest Guard 0 39 08 26 21 04 01 93

Eligibility Criteria For Forest Guard

Name of the Post Qualification Age Limit
Forest Guard The candidate must have an HSC certificate with PCB as the main subject. 21-30 Years
Forest Guard Driver The candidate must have an HSC certificate with PCB as the main subjects and must have a valid driving license. 21-30 Years

Application Fees For Forest Guard

For Gen/OBC candidates                     Rs. 300/-
For SC/ST/PWD candidates                     Rs. 150/-

Pay Scale For Forest Guard

Post Name No of Vacancy Pay Matrix
Forest Guard 227 18,200-57,900
Forest Guard 93
Total 320

Important Dates For Forest Guard

Application Date 25th January 2020
Last Date 14th February 2020

 

Important Links For Forest Guard

For Detail Information visit at https://www.forests.tn.gov.in/app/webroot/img/document/news/usrc/FG-FGDL-2019/FG_FGDL_2019_Eng_Notifn.pdf
Official Website https://www.forests.tn.gov.in/

 Also, Check

https://jobsnippers.com/punjab-ssb-is-hiring-a-food-safety-officer/

The applicants who are interested in this job can apply to this website www.forests.tn.gov.in

You can apply from  25th January 2020 to 14th February 2020.

Job Location:- Tamil Nadu

About Tamil Nadu Forest Uniformed Services Recruitment Committee

Tamil Nadu has been a pioneer State in Biodiversity conservation, particularly in Protected Area management, including conservation and improvement of terrestrial/ marine flora and also fauna. The State’s sincere efforts in establishing range of Tiger habitats in Western and Eastern Ghats of Tamil Nadu have resulted in the increase of tiger numbers from 163 in 2011 assessment to 229 in 2014 as per “Status of Tiger” report jointly published by the National Tiger Conservation Authority and the Wildlife Institute of India in 2015.

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