INDIAN FOREST SERVICE (IFS) RECRUITMENT
The Indian Forest Service is one among the three All India Services of the govt of India. the opposite two being the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and therefore the Indian Police Service (IPS). It was composed in 1966 under the All India Services Act, 1951, by the govt of India.
The principle command of the administration is that the usage of the National Forest Policy so on guarantees the environmental security of the state through the insurance and participatory feasible administration of normal assets. The individuals from the administration additionally affect the National Parks (NP) Tiger Reserve (TR), Wildlife Sanctuaries (WLS), and other Protected Areas (PA) of the state. A Forest Service official is totally freed from the regional organization and activities authoritative, legal and budgetary forces in his own personal space. Positions in state office, for instance, District/Divisional Forest Officer (DFO), Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (PCCF), Conservator of Forests (CF), Chief Conservator of Forests (CCF) then forth, are held just by Forest Service officials. The foremost noteworthy positioning of the Forest Service official in each state is that the Head of Forest Forces (HoFF).
Prior, British Government in India, had comprised the Imperial Forest Service in 1867 which worked under the federal until ‘Ranger service’ was moved to the Provincial List by the govt of India Act 1935, and resulting enrollment to the Imperial Forest Service was suspended.
Service of Environment, Forest and global climate change, (MoEFCC) under the govt of India, is the Cadre Controlling Authority of the Indian Forest Service.
Forest Department Vacancies 2020
|Company name||Job title||Qualification||Last date|
|Forest Research Institute||Junior Project Fellow – 4 Vacancies||M.Sc||11/11/2020|
|Forest Research Institute||Senior Project Fellow – 1 Vacancy||M.Sc||11/11/2020|
|Forest Research Institute||Project Assistant – 1 Vacancy||B.Sc||11/11/2020|
|Ministry of Environment, Forest||Associate – 25 Vacancies||LLB||17/11/2020|
|Ministry of Environment, Forest||Assistant – 1 Vacancy||Any Bachelors Degree||05/11/2020|
|Ministry of Environment, Forest||Principal Private Secretary – 1 Vacancy||Any Graduate||05/11/2020|
|Ministry of Environment, Forest||Section Officer – 1 Vacancy||Any Bachelors Degree||05/11/2020|
|Ministry of Environment, Forest||Consultant – 2 Vacancies||B.Tech/B.E, M.Sc||15/11/2020|
|Ministry of Environment Forests and Climate Change||Junior Hindi Translator – 1 Vacancy||M.A||06/11/2020|
|Ministry of Environment Forests and Climate Change||Personal Assistant – 1 Vacancy||Any Graduate||06/11/2020|
|Ministry of Environment Forests and Climate Change||Upper Division Clerk – 1 Vacancy||Any Graduate||06/11/2020|
|Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change||Consultant – 5 Vacancies||B.Tech/B.E, CA, M.Com, M.Sc, MBA/PGDM||13/11/2020|
|Wildlife Crime Control Bureau||Assistant Director – 2 Vacancies||Any Graduate||14/01/2021|
|Wildlife Crime Control Bureau||Constable – 2 Vacancies||10TH||14/01/2021|
|Wildlife Crime Control Bureau||Upper Division Clerk, Lower Division Clerk and More Vacancies – 7 Vacancies||Any Graduate||14/01/2021|
|Ministry of Environment Forests and Climate Change||Legal Assistant/Consultant – 1 Vacancy||LLB, LLM||16/11/2020|
|IIFM Bhopal||Senior Research Fellow – 1 Vacancy||M.Sc, PG Diploma||06/11/2020|
|Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI)||Project Fellow – 1 Vacancy||M.Sc||04/11/2020|
|Dr Y. S. Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry||Lab Assistant – 1 Vacancy||12TH||03/11/2020|
|Dr Y. S. Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry||Data Entry Operator – 2 Vacancies||Diploma||03/11/2020|
|Dr Y. S. Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry||Field Assistant, Skilled Helper – 7 Vacancies||Any Bachelors Degree, 12TH, 10TH||03/11/2020|
|Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI)||Project Fellow – 1 Vacancy||M.Sc||03/11/2020|
|Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education (ICFRE)||Conservator of Forests – 2 Vacancies||Any Graduate, Any Post Graduate||20/11/2020|
|Institute Of Forest Biodiversity||Lower Division Clerk – 1 Vacancy||12TH||24/11/2020|
|Institute Of Forest Biodiversity||Stenographer Grade-II – 1 Vacancy||12TH||24/11/2020|
|Institute Of Forest Biodiversity||Multi-Tasking Staff – 5 Vacancies||10TH||24/11/2020|
|Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding (IFGTB)||Forester – 1 Vacancy||12TH, 10TH||31/12/2020|
|Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding (IFGTB)||Deputy Ranger – 1 Vacancy||12TH, 10TH||31/12/2020|
|Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding (IFGTB)||Forest Guard – 2 Vacancies||12TH||30/11/2020|
|Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding (IFGTB)||Stenographer Grade-II – 1 Vacancy||12TH||30/11/2020|
|Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding (IFGTB)||Technician – 3 Vacancies||ITI||30/11/2020|
IFS Exam 2020important Dates
Date of Notification and Start of Online Registration
12th February 2020
Last Date of Submission of Application Form
3rd March 2020
Date of Entrance Exam (Preliminary)
4th October 2020
Date of Exam (Mains)
28th February 2021
IFS Exam 2019 was held on:
3rd June 2019 (Prelims)
1st December 2019 (Mains)
The hopeful competitors ought to have a Bachelor’s certificate with at any rate one of the subjects in particular arithmetic, physical science, science, plant science, zoology, topography, insights, veterinary science and creature cultivation OR who holds a four-year college education in designing, ranger service or farming OR in Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery can apply for this assessment. Additionally, the up-and-comers who are in there conclusive year/semester can likewise apply for this assessment.
The competitor more likely than not achieved the age of 21 years on first August of the time of assessment and must not have accomplished 32 years old on that date. The upper age cutoff will be loose for the up-and-comers who have a place with the saved classifications.
|Category||Age Relaxation (in yrs)|
|SC / ST||5|
|Defence Services Personnel Disabled||3|
|Ex-Servicemen including Commissioned Officers and ECOs/SSCOs||5|
|In Case of:
Candidates must be physically fit according to physical standards for admission to Indian Forest Service Examination.
A candidate must be either:
- A citizen of India, or
- a subject of Nepal, or
- a subject of Bhutan, or
- a Tibetan refugee who came over to India before 1st January 1962 intending to permanently settle in India, or
- a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Srilanka or East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire and Ethiopia or from Vietnam to permanently settle in India.
A competitor looking for admission to this kind of UPSC Exam must compensate to the Commission an expense of Rs.100/ – (Rupees One Hundred just) through a solitary Central Recruitment Fee Stamp of the essential category.
How to apply for Indian Forest Services Exam 2020?
Applicants are needed to apply online just, by utilizing the site for example www.upsconline.nic.in. Itemized guidelines for topping off online applications are accessible on the site itself.
IFS Exam 2020 Syllabus
IFS Exam comprises of inquiries from the necessary and discretionary subjects taken by the up-and-comer from the given rundown.
IFS Exam 2020 Pattern
IFS test comprises of a screening test (same as that of Civil Services Exam’s Preliminary Test) trailed by a principle composed test involving the accompanying given papers and Personality trial of such up-and-comers who qualify based on the composed assessment
(A) The composed assessment comprising of the accompanying papers:
1)Compulsory Papers (Both)
Paper I General English 300 marks
Paper-II General Knowledge 300 marks
2) Optional Papers ( Two subjects with two papers each)
Paper III First discretionary Subject Paper – 1 200
Paper IV First discretionary Subject Paper – 2 200
Paper V Second discretionary Subject Paper – 1 200
Paper VI Second discretionary Subject Paper – 2 200
Absolute Marks = (300+300+4×200=800)=1400
(B) Interview for Personality Test of such up-and-comers as might be called by the Commission–Maximum imprints: 300
Rundown of Optional Subjects and their codes (Subject to Provisions Below):
1 Agriculture 01
2 Agricultural Engineering 02
3 Animal Husbandry and Veterinary/Science 03
4 Botany 04
5 Chemistry 05
6 Chemical Engineering 06
7 Civil Engineering 07
8 Forestry 08
9 Geology 09
10 Mathematics 10
11 Mechanical Engineering 11
12 Physics 12
13 Statistics 13
14 Zoology 14
Given that the competitors won’t be permitted to offer the accompanying mix of subjects :
- Farming and Agricultural Engineering
- Farming and Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science.
- Science and Chemical Engg.
- Science and Statistics.
- Of the Engineering subjects viz. Agrarian Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering – not more than one subject;
Significant Instructions about the degree of the Test
The norm of papers in General English and General Knowledge will be, for example, might be anticipated from a Science or Engineering graduate of an Indian University.
The Scope of the Syllabus for discretionary subject papers for the assessment is of the Honors Degree level for example A level Higher than the Bachelor’s Degree and lower than the Master’s Degree. On account of designing subjects, the level compares to the Bachelor’s Degree.
Applicants will be needed to compose an article in English. Different inquiries will be intended to test their comprehension of English and workmanlike utilization of words. Entries will ordinarily be set for outline or précis.
General Knowledge including information on recent developments and of such issues of regular perception and involvement with their logical perspectives as might be anticipated from an informed individual who has not made an uncommon investigation of any logical subject. The paper will likewise remember inquiries for Indian Polity including the political framework and the Constitution of India, History of India and Geography of nature which the competitor ought to have the option to reply without unique investigation.
The complete number of inquiries in the inquiry papers of discretionary subjects will be eight. All inquiries will convey equivalent imprints. Each paper will be separated into two sections, viz. Section A and Part B, each part containing four inquiries. Out of eight inquiries, five inquiries are to endeavour. One inquiry in each part will be mandatory. Up-and-comers will be needed to address three additional inquiries out of the leftover six inquiries, taking in any event one inquiry from each Part.