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Wildlife Institute IndiaWhy Wildlife Institute of India
In the last 50 years, India's once wealthy biodiversity has become significantly consumed. Mercurial human and livestock population increase and a rather lopsided distributive development pattern have marginalised or unfairly exploited the country's abundant wilderness areas such that the species richness and the diversity of habitat types that the country used to be proud of are today highly disintegrated and fragmented. How can this decline be controlled is now a question being thrown over at most forums.

Amidst such a situation, the need was felt for an organisation to help and strengthen endeavours for quick recovery. It was important to have an agency which, while looking at forests holistically, combined their management with conserving their biosphere and protecting the interests of the people in their locality in a way that would be practical and scientifically driven. Such a thought process led to the setting up of Wildlife Institute of India (WII) at Dehra Dun in 1982 with a mandate to train government and non-government personnel, carry out research, and advise on matters of conservation and management of wildlife resources.

Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun (WII) was set up in 1982. In 1986 it was given autonomy, for effective development of academic excellence. It functions as an autonomous institution of the Ministry of Environment & Forests. With many countries in south and south-east Asia region regularly sending their personnel to its training programmes, WII is already regarded as an important regional centre for training and education in wildlife management and conservation.
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The Prime Concern of WII
The prime concern of the Institute is to build capacity and develop expertise for providing solutions to problems of wildlife conservation in general and protected area management in particular. The dissemination of the skills to ground level for use by wildlife managers should be the ultimate goal of the institute. The tools to achieve these goals are - developing excellence in research; undertaking consultancies in specific fields; sharing experience with other institutes and organisations working in the field of wildlife conservation particularly the state wildlife wings/state forest departments; using of experience of officers/ staff engaged in the field of wildlife management and developing proficiency in imparting knowledge to the trainees and students.

The Objectives
Training managers and biologists for protected area management and wildlife research;
Training education and extension specialists for protected area to get public support for wildlife conservation;
Providing orientation courses for those involved in landuse management;
Chital Conducting and coordinating applied wildlife research and evolving relevant techniques suited to Indian conditions;

Creating a database for building up a wildlife information system employing modern analytical techniques and computer equipment; and
Providing advisory and consultancy services to central and state governments universities, research institutions and other official and non-official agencies.

Major Activities Undertaken
» Masters Programme in Wildlife Biology (M.Sc.)
» Training Course in Management Planning for Protected Areas.
» Training Course in Ecodevelopment Planning for Protected Areas.
» Training Course in Zoo Management and Captive Breeding.
» Training Course in Conservation Education and Interpretation.
» Short term courses for inservice Forest Officers, IAS and the Army.
» Integrated forest management (research, training and advisory aspects).
» Enlargement in the scope and quantum of wildlife research.
» International scientific collaborative programmes.
» EIA studies for developmental and industrial projects.
» Planning of a biogeographically representative national network of protected areas for biodiversity conservation and its updating with fresh flows of information.
» Establishment of a computerized National Wildlife Database.
» Application of advanced computer based Digital Image Processing (DIP) and Geographic Information System (GIS) technologies in wildlife research and management.
» Wildlife health programmes (research, training and advisory aspects).
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