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Friday, 21 October 2016

About My Interest for Biodiversity Conservation by Jitu Das


My interest for conservation of nature and wildlife is from my childhood. Nature and its beauty has always fascinated me. Watching  documentaries of wildlife and conservation has always inspired me to do the same as those scientist and researchers are working for the conservation. My recent inspiration for conservation came from the environmentalist Dr.Zeb Hogan who is a WWF senior freshwater fellow. My childhood motivation for doing conservation came from great David Attenborough and his shows like BBC Life, Mammals, Planet earth etc. In my highschool , I  wanted to become a doctor and in Higher secondary final I realized that I should do B.Sc in Zoology, I chose Zoology only because I hoped then that I would one day become like those nature conservationists I grew up watching  on National Geographic. When in College, there was a lot of killing of leopards in Assam,  I wrote a article about why should we save the tigers. Northeast is one of the top biodiversity hotspots in the world, and  as an Assamese, it is my duty to protect the biodiversity of Assam . A late Zoology  professor  from my College , has always motivated me to work in wildlife and conservation. Most of all the real reason for joining the nature and wildlife conservation is that I find this work meaningful. I find conservation and research work as original work that for which I have an innate desire. Besides , I enjoy working in the fields, travelling and interacting with people and people have always been very good with me in my both project works in B.Sc and M.Sc.. In the case study of cancer patients I had to be very carefully while asking question. In my recent project about culture and seed production in Chinese hatchery system , I had to ask a lot of question, meet a lot of fish farmers  and ask the questions about investment and profit, but people were good to me and answered the questions. At last, I would like to say that I wish that I am selected because I really am interested in research line more than anything, I have realized that now and nothing would bring me greater joy than joining the post.
Most sincerely :
Jitu Das, Bajali College, P.G. Department of Zoology, Pathsala, Assam
My interest for conservation of nature and wildlife is from my childhood. Nature and its beauty has always fascinated me. Watching  documentaries of wildlife and conservation has always inspired me to do the same as those scientist and researchers are working for the conservation. My recent inspiration for conservation came from the environmentalist Dr.Zeb Hogan who is a WWF senior freshwater fellow. My childhood motivation for doing conservation came from great David Attenborough and his shows like BBC Life, Mammals, Planet earth etc. In my highschool , I  wanted to become a doctor and in Higher secondary final I realized that I should do B.Sc in Zoology, I chose Zoology only because I hoped then that I would one day become like those nature conservationists I grew up watching  on National Geographic. When in College, there was a lot of killing of leopards in Assam,  I wrote a article about why should we save the tigers. Northeast is one of the top biodiversity hotspots in the world, and  as an Assamese, it is my duty to protect the biodiversity of Assam . A late Zoology  professor  from my College , has always motivated me to work in wildlife and conservation. Most of all the real reason for joining the nature and wildlife conservation is that I find this work meaningful. I find conservation and research work as original work that for which I have an innate desire. Besides , I enjoy working in the fields, travelling and interacting with people and people have always been very good with me in my both project works in B.Sc and M.Sc.. In the case study of cancer patients I had to be very carefully while asking question. In my recent project about culture and seed production in Chinese hatchery system , I had to ask a lot of question, meet a lot of fish farmers  and ask the questions about investment and profit, but people were good to me and answered the questions. At last, I would like to say that I wish that I am selected because I really am interested in research line more than anything, I have realized that now and nothing would bring me greater joy than joining the post.
Most sincerely :
Jitu Das, Bajali College, P.G. Department of Zoology, Pathsala, Assam

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