HP Forest Department Recruitment 2016 – 158 Multi Purpose Worker Posts: Himachal Pradesh Forest Department has published notification for the recruitment of 158 Multi Purpose Worker vacancies. Eligible candidates may apply in prescribed application format on or before 01-12-2016 by 05:00 P.M. & 15-12-2016 by 05:00 P.M. for remote areas.
Vacancy Details of HP Forest Department Recruitment 2016 :-
Organisation Name – HP Forest Department
Total Post:158 Nos
Name of the Post: Multi Purpose Worker
Eligible Criteria for HP Forest Department Recruitment 2016 :-
Qualification : Candidates should have 8th class passed.
Age Limit:Candidates age limit should be 18 – 45 years as on 01-01-2016.
How to Apply for HP Forest Department Recruitment 2016 :-
Eligible candidates may send their application in prescribed format with self attested copies of educational qualification certificate, experience certificate, employment card to the Related Forest Circle, HP Forest Department on or before 01-12-2016 by 05:00 P.M. & 15-12-2016 by 05:00 P.M. for remote areas.
Last Date for Receipt of Application: 01-12-2016 by 05:00 P.M.
Last Date for Receipt of Application for Remote Areas: 15-12-2016 by 05:00 P.M
Disclaimer:-Candidates are request to are fully read the all details, eligible criteria and rules& regulation from enclosed official notification before apply.
About Us:-The Forests of Himachal Pradesh known for their grandeur and majesty are like a green pearl in the Himalayan crown. This life supporting systems are presently under great stress due to impact of modern civilization, economic development and growth in human and cattle population.
According to national Forest Policy, 1988, atleast two third i. e 66% of the geographical area should be under forest in the hilly states like Himachal Pradesh. However, keeping in view that about 20 % of the area is inaccessible and beyond the tree limit, the State Government aims to bring 50% of the geographical area under forest cover (See Map Also).
The forests of the State have been classified on an ecological basis as laid down by Champion and Seth, and can be broadly classified into Coniferous Forests and broad-leaved Forests. Distribution of various species follows fairly regular altitudinal stratification. The vegetation varies from Dry Scrub Forests at lower altitudes to Alpine Pastures at higher altitudes. In between these two extremes, distinct vegetational zones of Mixed Deciduous Forests, Bamboo, Chil, Oaks, Deodar, Kail, Fir and Spruce, are found. The richness and diversity of our flora can be gauged from the fact that, out of total 45,000 species found in the country as many as 3,295 species (7.32%) are reported in the State. More than 95% of the species are endemic to Himachal Pradesh and characteristic of Western Himalayan flora, while about 5% (150 species) are exotic, introduced over the last 150 years.
The forests of Himachal Pradesh are rich in vascular flora, which forms the conspicuous vegetation cover. Out of total 45,000 species of plants found in the country as many as 3,295 species (7.32%) are reported in the State. More than 95% of species are endemic to Himachal and characteristic of Western Himalayan flora, while about 5% (150 species) are exotic introduced over the last 150 years.