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When measuring trees, forest and conservation workers count the trees. Workers in the forestry and conservation fields assess and raise the standard of the forests. They create, preserve, and protect forests under the direction of forestry professionals and technicians.


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Who are Forest and Conservation Workers?

The forests of the country are a valuable natural resource that offer peace, tranquillity, a variety of leisure opportunities, as well as wood for industry. Many different types of employees are needed to manage and harvest the woods and woodlands. By raising and planting new seedlings, battling pests and diseases that harm trees, and assisting in the control of soil erosion, forest and conservation professionals help create, preserve, and safeguard the forests.

To reforest and conserve timberlands as well as to maintain forest amenities like roads and campgrounds, forest and conservation workers carry out a number of duties. To reforest tracts of timberland, some forest workers known as tree planters use planting and digging implements called "dibbles" and "hodads." Using power saws or handsaws, foresters also remove diseased or unwanted trees, apply

What are the basic qualifications needed for becoming a Forest and Conservation Workers?

  • Complete 10+2.

  • Give college entrance exams.

  • Obtain a bachelor's degree.

  • Submit IFS exam application.

  • Take the preliminary examination.

  • Pass the main examination.

  • Clear the personality test.

  • Undergo medical check-up.

Which Stream will be best/suitable/relevant for Forest and Conservation Workers?

Candidate should hold a Bachelor's degree with at least one of the subjects namely, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics and Zoology or a Bachelor's degree in Agriculture or Forestry or Engineering of a recognised university or equivalent.

Which Course will be best for Forest and Conservation Workers?

  • ICRA AIEEA : 3-Years

  • UPCATET : 3-Years

  • CUET-PG : 2-Years

What are the top universities in India to study for Forest and Conservation Workers?

  • TNAU - Tamil Nadu Agricultural University Coimbatore. Admission '22Placement.

  • Doon Institute of Medical Sciences (DIMS)Dehradun.

  • Roorkee College of Engineering Roorkee.

  • Jawaharlal Nehru University Mehrauli, Delhi.

  • College of forestry, Sirsa.

  • Doon Business School Dehradun.

What are the top universities abroad to study for Forest and Conservation Workers?

  • Northern Kentucky university.

  • Texas A & N university.

  • Newcastle university.

  • Clemon university.

What are the entrance Exams for Forest and Conservation Workers?

You can become eligible for forest jobs in India after passing the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)'s Indian Forest Service (IFS) Examination. The Indian government conducts the competitive IFS exam at the All-India level to recruit qualified forest officers.

What are the professions available in Forest and Conservation Workers?

  • Forester.

  • Forest Range Officer.

  • Lecturers.

  • Forestry Technicians.

  • Forest Officer.

  • Forestry Staff.

  • Forest Professionals.

  • Natural Resource Technician

Which skills are Required to be in Forest and Conservation Workers?

  • Communication skills. Forest and conservation workers must convey information effectively to technicians and other workers.

  • Decision-making skills.

  • Detail oriented.

  • Listening skills.

  • Physical stamina.

Which type of personality is best for Forest and Conservation Workers?

Openness and social responsibility are the two most important personality attributes for forest and conservation professionals. Workers in the forest and conservation fields tend to be open-minded, creative, and appreciative of variation, which is indicated by their high openness scores.

What are the pros & cons / Advantage & disadvantage of working as a Forest and Conservation Workers?


  • Foresters can work

  • You can go back to the roots.

  • Decent job security.

  • Good long-term job prospects.


  • Risk of accidents.

  • You may get bored after a while.

  • Teleworking is not possible.


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