Nourishing Nature to Secure Our Future
|Our mission is to foster conservation of biodiversity in Northeast India through research, environmental education, capacity building and advocacy for legal and policy reform to usher a new era of ecological security.|
HANDS ON TRAINING ON MOLECULAR MARKER APPLICATIONS AND PHYLOGENETICS
HANDS ON TRAINING ON MOLECULAR MARKER APPLICATIONS AND PHYLOGENETICS from 6-8 April 2015, Guwahati Wildlife Genetics Laboratory, Aaranyak, HN 12, Kanaklata Path, 3rd Bylane of Ajanta Path, Survey, Beltola, Guwahati - 781028, Assam
17th training Programme on Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS applications in various fields
The course is design for new as well as mid-level technical personnel, University students and Researcher who have the intention to use GIS tool in the field of natural resource management and biodiversity conservation....
PUBLIC RELATION & COMMUNICATION OFFICER (PRCO)
Aaranyak is seeking one young, dynamic and hard working Public Relation & Communication Officer to work as a full time staff and pursue an exciting career growth...
Opportunity for Volunteering and Trainee Biologist at Aaranyak
The Tiger Research and Conservation Initiative (TRCI) of Aaranyak, a Society for Biodiversity Conservation in Northeast and a SIRO recognised by Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India is offering different opportunities for students and young professionals in its ongoing research and conservation activities across northeast India...
New Field Course
ONE WEEK TRAINING COURSE ON REMOTE SENSING AND GIS APPLICATIONS IN VARIOUS FIELDS
PR & Communication Officer (PRCO)
Aaranyak is seeking a young, dynamic, hard working and ambitious Publicity and Communications Officer with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism to pursue an exciting career growth...
New Field Course
4th Annual “FIELD COURSE IN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY & GLOBAL HEALTH”, to be held at the Gibbon Conservation Centre, Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam, India from 2nd to 6th December, 2013
AARANYAK is going to organize a week-long workshop as the title reads above in Guwahati in collaboration with Scholars’ Institute of Technology & Management (SITM).
Aaranyak, a Society for Biodiversity Conservation in Northeast India (Recognized by the Govt. of India as Scientific and Industrial Research Organization) offers internship opportunities for post-graduate or graduate students, in its ongoing conservation programmes particularly aimed at research and conservation of Tiger, Elephant and Rhino. Interns will be working with experienced conservationists of Aaranyak and also its collaborators. Only a limited number of internship positions are available at this moment.
Scope of internship
The internship will cover (any one or in combination) the following broad topics*. However, the intern is expected to design a small, issue based composite proposal to work on the issue in depth.
Applicants should be enrolled in a course of study leading to a formal qualification or associated with an institution or conservation organization. English will be primary language for communication. Good computer skills (Word/Excel) are essential.
Minimum age 20 years. Person with any nationality can apply.
4 weeks minimum to 12 weeks maximum.
Interns are not paid. Travel costs, travel arrangements and living accommodation are the responsibility of the intern or their sponsoring institution. Interns must have adequate medical insurance coverage. Local interns (from Northeast India) may apply separately for a small stipend to cover food, lodging, travel and other necessary cost during fieldwork.
A foreign intern is required to pay an internship fee to cover internship management expenses that may vary based on duration of the internship.
Requests should be sent well in advance to Dr. B. P. Lahkar, Programme Secretary, Aaranyak along with the following documents: -
Please note that charges apply for our internship programmes as under :
Changes to these fees are at the discretion of the Aaranyak management.