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World Wide Fund India Recruitment 2023 – Project Officer Vacancy, Job Opening

World Wide Fund India is recruiting for the post of Project Officer. Apply Now!

World Wide Fund India Recruitment 2023 – Project Officer Vacancy, Job Opening

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World Wide Fund India officials released the latest job notification for the recruitment of Project Officer vacancy. Interested candidates can apply before the last date. Check more details on the WWF job vacancy 2023.

World Wide Fund India Recruitment 2023

World Wide Fund India invites candidates to fill Various Project Officer vacancies. Desirous candidates can check all the job details of no of posts, age limit, salary, qualification, etc prescribed below:

WWF Job Opening

Name of Post

Project Officer

No.of Vacancy



Not Disclosed

Job Location

Tezpur, Assam

Last date

January 17, 2023

Official Website

Qualification for World Wide Fund India Recruitment

Candidates must have completed M.Sc.

How to Apply World Wide Fund India Recruitment

Visit the official website of World Wide Fund India

Disclaimer: Provided by WWF India

About WWF India

World Wide Fund for Nature-India, better known by its abbreviation, WWF-India, has been devotedly working to protect and secure natural heritage and ecology for more than 50 years. It has an autonomous office, with the Secretariat based in New Delhi and various state, divisional and project offices spread across India. WWF-India is one of India's leading conservation organizations. Established as a Charitable Trust in 1969, it has massed almost five decades of experience in the field. Having started with modest beginnings, the organisation has come a long way helped by the efforts of its founders and associates who volunteered their efforts to lend momentum to this movement in its initial years.

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