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Wildlife Department KPK Jobs 2023

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Wildlife Department KPK Jobs 2023 has released the latest Govt Jobs in KPK 2023. Interested Male and female candidates can apply through the application form, which can be downloaded from the link below, and get these Jobs in KPK. Wildlife Department KPK Jobs 2023, From this page and vacant positions which are named Deputy Ranger Wildlife and Wildlife Watcher.

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Those Candidates who have Literate education are eligible to apply for the Wildlife Department KPK Jobs 2023. Candidates can read the full advertisement before applying for these Jobs in KPK 2023. The Last date to apply is 10 February 2023.

Wildlife Department KPK Jobs 2023 Details:

Jobs Location Peshawar, KPK
Published Date 19-01-2023
Last Date 10-02-2023
Category/ Sector Govt Jobs
Organization  Wildlife Department KPK
Job Type Full time
Qualification Literate to Bachelors
Total Posts 4+

Read More: Today Govt Jobs in Pakistan

Latest Posts in Wildlife Department KPK Jobs 2023

Sr No Name of Post
01 Deputy Ranger Wildlife
02 Wildlife Watcher.

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How To Apply for Govt Jobs in KPK 2023?

  • CV along with attested photocopies of CNIC, Certificate, Domicile, PRC, and Two latest Photographs. should be forwarded to the given address before the last date.
  • Incomplete or late submission of the application cannot be entertained. 
  • Only eligible/shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview in Govt Jobs in KPK 2023.
  • No TA / DA will be admissible to the candidates appearing for the interview.
  • The last date to apply is 10 February 2023.


About Wildlife Department KPK:

The Wildlife Department in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) is a government agency responsible for the conservation and management of wildlife in the province. The department is responsible for protecting and preserving the diverse wildlife in the region, including endangered species such as the markhor, snow leopard, and Indus river dolphin. The department also manages and regulates hunting and fishing activities, and works to educate the public about the importance of preserving wildlife and their habitats. Additionally, the department works in collaboration with other government agencies, non-governmental organizations, and local communities to develop and implement conservation strategies.