Department of Forest Wildlife (Delhi Forest Department) invites application from eligible candidates to apply online for 226 posts of Forest Guard, Forest Ranger and Wildlife Guard/ Game Watcher.
Interested and Eligible Candidates may apply only through online mode by 13-02-2020 , after making sure that they meet the concerned eligibility criteria. All personal and educational details must be mentioned properly.
While filling form, candidates should have personal email id and mobile number.
Vacancies & Eligibility Criteria:
|Forest Ranger||4||max 30 yrs||Bachelor’s Degree in Science or Engineering||Rs. 35,400-1,12,400|
|Forest Guard||211||18 – 27 yrs||12th||Rs 5200 – 20200 + GP 2000|
|Wildlife Guard/ Game Watcher||11||18 – 27 yrs||10th||Rs 18000 – 56900|
* candidates are advised to check the official notice.
Dates to Consider:
Opening date of online registration of applications : 14-01-2020, 10:00 AM
Online Application forms will be received by : 13-02-2020
Tentative dates of computer based online test : 12th and/or 13th March 2020
Mode of Recruitment :
Recruitment process will be made through written test followed by Physical Test. Eligible candidates will be called for written test, which will be held on 12-03-2020 & 13-03-2020. Written test will consist of 300 questions of one mark each and total 300 marks. Duration of exam will be 3 hours. Based on written test marks, candidates will be shortlisted for physical test. Male/Female candidates must pass a Physical Test Covering a distance of 25/16 KMs respectively within four hours.
Fee Structure :
All Female Candidates and Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe Candidates are exempted from paying application fees. Application Fee is Rs. 100/- for all categories of posts. Application fees will be paid through online mode only.
How to Apply :
Interested candidates with qualifications may apply online for concerned posts as per given online application form. No need to send print to Department of Forest Wildlife at this stage. Eligible candidates will be intimated about further proceedings. Keeping a print copy for future use is advised.