Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun
Wildlife Institute of India (WII) was established in 1982, a premier training and research institution in the field of wildlife and protected area management in South Asia, is an autonomous institute of the Ministry of Environment & Forests, with a 49 member WII Society as the apex body. The Society is chaired by the Union Minister for Environment & Forests, Government of India.
The Institute conducts various research projects, academic and training programmes.
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