Ever since attempts at preservation of living natural resources began in India, the need had been felt for institutions that could undertake training, education and research in the rapidly developing science of conservation. In particular, the vast field of wildlife conservation, research and protected area management remained largely unattended for the long decades after independence.

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About Us

Amity is currently a leading education provider in India. Amity Universities have been established in UP, Rajasthan, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and Nagaland under their respective under the provisions of the UGC Act which governs the establishment of universities in India both at eh Central and the State level.  Read more....


Central/State/International Universities, Colleges, International Donor Agencies, Non-Government Organizations, Firms dealing with Natural Resources Management, Eco-Tourism; Forest department, State and Central Government.  Read more....

Academic Advantage

After completion of the course, one can get opportunity for research with national and international universities, avail internship programme(s) in universities, zoos, non-government organizations, and get exposure to wildlife areas, national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. The M.Sc. course in Wildlife Science can also aid in preparation of examinations required to join administrative forest services (IFS, SFS, etc.)
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Admission And Eligibility

Minimum of 15 years of formal education (either 10+2+3 or 11+2+2).  Read more....

Research And Publications

Dr. Randeep Singh -

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ResearchGate Link:
https://www.researchgate.net/ profile/Randeep-Singh-14
1. Sehgal J, Panda D, Kumar D, Kalsi RS, Allen ML, Singh R (2023). Does the size of a protected area matter? An assessment of leopard population and habitat usage in a protected area of Shiwalik foothills, Himalaya. Mammal Research. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13364-023-00701-6  Read more....

Wildlife Quotes

"The spruce and cedar on its shores, hung with gray lichens, looked at a distance like the ghosts of trees. Ducks were sailing here and there on its surface, and a solitary loon, like a more living wave, - a vital spot on the lake's surface, - laughed and frolicked, and showed its straight leg, for our amusement."
- Henry David Thoreau, The Maine Woods Read more....