Many unique parts of the Himalayas are closed for public because of various reasons that are beyond the scope of this information byte. However, a fortunate talented group of people get opportunities to visit these parts for academic and official research projects.
Do you know who are they?
You can be one of them provided you have the following skill set:
- Ph.D. and / or masters in botany, environmental sciences, forestry, geography, and / or indigenous knowledge systems
- Published research work
- High level of physical fitness to conduct field research in the Himalayas
Appear for one of walk in interviews that are being conducted by G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development (GBPIHED) for the posts of junior research fellows (JRFs) and research associates at the following places:
- Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh on August 14, 2015
- Gangtok, Sikkim on August 17, 2015