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KFRI Recruitment 2024 - 01 Total Jobs Updated On 09 Feb 2024

KFRI Recruitment 2024: All the Latest and Upcoming Jobs Notifications are released for all the eligible and skilled aspirants. Here we have come up with Latest Job Opportunities. Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI) has released the Latest Notification of Registrar Jobs Jobs for 1 Vacancies. Job Seekers who have the passion to work as an employee in the KFRI Department can Grab this Career Opportunity by applying before the last date. All the Interested aspirants who are qualified in Post Graduation, Diploma, MBA, LLB are eligible to apply for this KFRI Notification 2024. KFRI is going to recruit all the eligible contenders in Various designations of Job roles. Required Job Seekers must visit the Official Notification and plan for the application process. Each and every applicant must check all the eligibility details mentioned in the Official Notification. To Read More about KFRI Recruitment, Read More

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Feb 09, 2024 10:55 AM IST  |  2 Jobs Found On 'jobs in KFRI'

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KFRI Jobs 2024 - Apply for Registrar Post
Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI) has rolled out the latest job notification for the position of Registrar wi ....
KFRI Jobs 2024 - Apply for 02 (Walk-In-Interview) Project Fellow Posts
Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI) has published the latest job notification for the position of Project Fello ....

About Kerala Forest Research Institute Careers

Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI) is an organization based in Peechi, in Thrissur, India. It was established in 1975 by the Government of Kerala. It formed as a part of its Science and Technology Department. In 2003 became part of the Kerala State Council for Science, Technology, and Environment. 

The institutes carries out research, training, and extension on a range of discipline related to tropical forests and forestry. The main campus situated on the Treissur-Peechi road has the main administrative offices, research divisions, laboratories, nurseries, greenhouses, museums, guest houses, and Kerala Forest Seed Centre. 

In August 2024, a group of the scientist of the Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI) collaborated with Ghent University, Belgium to study the consequences of climate change on different ecosystems, especially mangroves on the coastal areas of the state.