To support the future mission of wildlife conservation in India as a major land-grant research institution, our teaching, research, and outreach in the institution of the Wildlife, Environment, Biodiversity and climate change, and the , technological, scientific and social advances needed to conserve biological diversity and productive ecological and human communities in a sustainable world. We seek to sustain global biodiversity and practice innovations in wildlife conservation with transformative education.

We are making significant contribution to the development of conservation and integrating various technologies for the conservation of wilds of India and in next few years we are going to revolutionize the species conservation with the cutting edge remote sensing technologies, Radio Collars, Microchips, Camera Trap Sensors and platforms to gain broad perspectives

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF WILDLIFE TECHNOLOGY & RESEARCH: TRANSFORMING CONSERVATION WITH TECHNOLOGIES & INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS IN 21 ST CENTURY

With ever-growing threats to endangered wildlife, conservation & biodiversity demands innovative solutions, approaches to conservation & management. National Institute Of Wildlife Technology & Research was established to make next generations of future leaders in climate change, wildlife & environment conservation

With ever-growing threats to endangered wildlife, conservation & biodiversity demands innovative solutions, approaches to conservation & management. National Institute Of Wildlife Technology & Research was established to make next generations of future leaders in climate change, wildlife & environment conservation

NIWTR have long been recognized for its pioneering efforts in wildlife conservation & leadership in educational innovation gch. At the core its scientists and research professionals are many in their top of the fields with highly respected innovative research agenda and extensive experience in conservation technology. The NIWTR approach to learning establishes a benchmark for innovative scientific education for current & future generations of global conservation professionals, students & researchers.

National Institute of Wildlife Technology & Research has outstanding individuals that work together to carry out the mission of the NIWTR & MYVETS TRUST, Research and Extension.

The institution of the Wildlife Conservation & Environment carries on this tradition with some of the best faculty and research

INNOVATIVE EDUCATION TO BECOME CONSERVATION LEADERS

The National Institute of Wildlife Technology & Research & Research offers a range of conservation Biology Research, Sea Turtle Research programs for undergraduate & graduate students and professionals at our facility in Dadar, Mumbai.

Highly qualified scientists & researchers provides students with scientific research , techniques under field conservation education in an atmosphere of creative thinking to become lifelong global community leaders in conservation

The department is at the forefront of increasing understanding and knowledge of the ecology, conservation, and management of wildlife and their habitats through Pg Diploma & Diploma Certificate Courses, and continuing education, research, and extension.  Our programs cover the full breadth of issues related to wildlife in India, and we have a strong international presence for our research in wildlife sciences.

Our Certificate programs provide students with a thorough understanding of the ecology, conservation, and management of wildlife, Sea Turtle Conservation , forest, community, and ecosystem levels and at local, landscape, regional, and global scales.

The department’s research program includes a mix of basic and applied efforts and spans a spectrum of disciplines from the human dimensions of conservation science to the fundamental understanding of wildlife – Human Conflicts Mitigation, Tiger Conservation & Leopard Conservation .

The context in which we operate centers in Mumbai but also encompasses ecosystems around the India. New knowledge produced in the department is communicated through a variety of mechanisms to the scientific community, natural resource managers, other stakeholders, and the general public to advance our understanding of wildlife and their habitats and to facilitate development of more informed natural resource policy grounded on a sound scientific basis.

A primary mechanism for transmitting our research findings and knowledge of the ecology and conservation of wildlife and their habitats to the public is our outreach and extension program.  All our faculty and many of our students and staff are involved in outreach activities.  A key element of our outreach program is work done by faculty members.

The Department administers the Program for Studies in Wildlife Conservation, Sea Turtle Conservation  which develops human resources and strengthens institutions in countries through interdisciplinary research and training. The institution also supports the Rehab & Rescue Centre for Exotics Wildlife.

In addition, our departmental programs are complemented by and often As a center for research, education, and outreach, the Department of Wildlife Conservation & Management is among the best wildlife departments in the world.

I hope you find the information on the Department Web Page a helpful introduction to the breadth of activities being done by the department & Institution.

Dr. Madhurita Gupta
Chairperson

Inspire And Empower

Inspire and empower people from all background to participate in wildlife conservation activities and help influence other individuals and organizations to embrace wildlife conservation objectives.

Provide

Provide an environment for scientific research and study.

Participate

Participate in recognized captive breeding programmes.

Habitat Restoration

Habitat Restoration and developing and managing suitable habitat for local wildlife conservation

Our graduates have gone on to pursue a range of careers in the following areas

Environmental Consultant

Get an opportunity to work with private, commercial companies and government agencies to identify problems in the environment and create innovative solutions addressing a variety of environmental issues like air, land and water contamination, environmental impact assessment

Landscape Ecologist

As a wildlife Ecologist you will be part of an interdisciplinary group that includes ecologists, geneticists, veterinarians, and state agency researchers and you’ll supervise junior ecologists and lead project work that will include bat surveying, permitting and report writing.

Community Wildlife Officer

Work in a position based in the Government and Community Affairs Department located at a nonprofit organization as a community wildlife officer to Collect and organize institutional data to be shared in fact sheets & Coordinate community engagement and access programs

Wildlife Park/Animal Keeper

A career as a zoo keeper offers a unique opportunity in the specialized & demanding profession of maintaining captive exotics wildlife for conservation, research & public education nationally & internationally with good remuneration

RESEARCH SCIENTISTS

Become Wildlife Biologists & Scientists that observe and study the behaviors of .various species from recording data to study the behavior. and get and specialized study areas involving wildlife science and their related biological processes. To conduct research in and outside of wildlife habitats with Government bodies in India & abroad.

Conservation/Biodiversity Officer

Accelerate your career in conservation or ecology as a Nature Conservation Officers in Biodiversity & Wildlife Management Careers helping wildlife to flourish with outstanding salary in consultancy sector

Field Survey Worker

In the government sector, wildlife field survey workers are employed as park naturalists, wildlife specialists with wildlife habitat construction technician in parks & zoos or as a researcher in Government & commercial research institutions

Non-governmental organizations

Get an opportunity to work with world’s best Wildlife NGO’s for the conservation and work on various projects of species conservation in India & abroad with organizations dedicated to improving wildlife lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions & community based projects.

Environmental education officer

Environmental education officers will be involved in making people aware of environmental issues, promoting conservation and sustainability, and enhancing the public's enjoyment of the environment through teaching and interpreting the natural world in Government & NGO sector with outstanding salary

Statutory organizations

Environmental Agency

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Departments

All the departments of NIWTR strives to provide academic leadership to the subjects and undertake quality research in wildlife with the innovative technologies of global standing while maintaining teaching quality for courses , ensuring high academic performance of the students empowered with entrepreneurial and industrial skills as also enlightened with the research avenues.

Consistent with our objectives and our efforts are to provide students with an unparalleled learning experience in a supportive and caring milieu by being facilitators to connect knowledge with the field application and inculcate research culture by acting as role models with excellence in academics and research at NIWTR

Wildlife Science Department

Research & Development Department

Wildlife Veterinary Department

Marine Science Department

MANGROVE CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT & RESTORATION DEPARTMENT

Taxidermy Department

Forestry Department

Environment Science

Zoology Department

Architectural & Landscape Department

Information Technology Department

Oceanography Department

Wildlife Management Department

Climate Change Department

ACHIEVEMENTS OF MYVETS
RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

External Funded Research Schemes

  • Habitat Restoration For Pavo Cristatus Species Conservation TATA TRUSTS
  • Leopard – Human Conflicts Mitigation With Wildlife Rescue Ambulance TATA TRUSTS
  • Wildlife Rescue Bike: TATAR
  • Myvets Rescue & Rehab Centre For Sea Turtles & Exotic Species Conservation
  • Wildlife Rescue Ambulance
  • Wildlife Rescue Bike
  • Tiger Rescue Ambulance
  • Crocodile Trap Cage
  • Whale Carcass Disposal Technology
  • Tiger RFID Innovation

Courses Offered

PART-TIME & DISTANCE LEARNING CERTIFICATE COURSES OFFERED:

POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT & PLANNING


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DIPLOMA IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT & PLANNING


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DIPLOMA IN MARINE MAMMALS CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT


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DIPLOMA IN SEA TURTULE CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT


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Management Team

Our Management team comes with ample years of expertise in Wildlife Technology and Research.

Roger Garfield

Dr. Madhurita Gupta

Chairperson, NIWTR

Founder Member & President of Myvets Charitable Trust & Research Centre, Dr. Madhurita Gupta is a well known Wildlife Conservationist, Environmental Educator. With over 10 years of experience in the wildlife & veterinary sector, she currently serves as Managing Director of MYVETS INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD. She is a CHAIRPERSON on board of “NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF WILDLIFE TECHNOLOGY & RESEARCH” and is associated with leading publications on wildlife issues. Her columns on wildlife conservation, Modern approach to Leopard-Human Conflicts Resolution, Captive Wildlife Welfare, Veterinary Healthcare, Zoonotic Diseases appears in many international and national scientific publications.

Roger Garfield

DR. YUVRAJ R. KAGINKAR

Co-Founder, NIWTR

Founder Member & Secretary of Myvets Charitable Trust & Research Centre is a chief asset for the Trust. He is in the wildlife conservation sector for last 20 years and is the chair of the wildlife projects, national bird conservation initiative based in Maharashtra.

He has extensive experience in leopard conservation initiative programmes and is responsible for setting up a benchmark in the field of Leopard-Human conflicts resolutions in world with new innovation and technology for the wildlife conflicts mitigation. Currently he is serving as a Advisor for Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai and also served on the Advisory Board of the Byculla Zoo and was appointed by the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai. He served as a wildlife veterinarian for Deer Park, Powai , MCGM.

Roger Garfield

DR. VISHNU N. MAGARE

Co-Founder, NIWTR

He is a Founder Member & Managing Trustee of MYVETS TRUST and provides program support to the Wilderness Projects, Nature Strategy for sustainability, Marine Sciences and collaborates with wildlife conservation research unit of National Institute of Wildlife Technology & Research. Dr.Magare is a well known name in research and teaching.

He was member of Mayor’s fund committee, Mumbai Municipal Corporation and was awarded Bharat Ratna for Best Teacher

He is Executive Committee Member, National Assessment And Accreditation Council (NAAC)- 2014, Member Mumbai District Consumer Protection Committee, nominated by Govt. of Maharashtra. (Since 2014)

NIWTR's Valuable Alliance

Our association with "MYVETS WILDLIFE TRUST" & "TATA TRUST".

RESEARCH

Everything you need to know about our Research

RESEARCH

NIWTR is established for wildlife conservation, environment conservation in association with MYVETS TRUST and is a globally praised institution, which provides training program in academic courses and assists in wildlife conservation & management studies. The courses give you a fundamental understanding of the key concepts and principles in Indian habitat conservation and wildlife management, in line with the ecosystem approach. Institute is fully dedicated in its research pertaining to the wildlife conservation & Tiger & Leopard – Human Conflicts Mitigation. The objective of the institute is to provide scientific knowledge on wildlife conflicts & conservation issues and giving learner robust support in their research on various issues pertaining to wildlife. The mission of the NIWTR is to foster the development of wildlife science and promote its application in conservation of wildlife

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Research

The research conducted by the Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation is conducted to enhance our knowledge and understanding of the conservation and ecology of wildlife, habitats, and natural systems. Within this scope, faculty and students in the Department are engaged in a wide breadth of research activities, at spatial scales ranging from Tiger – Human Conflicts Mitigation, Tiger Conservation, Leopard Conservation and microhabitats conservation, and working with taxa ranging from plant species, to invertebrates, fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and mammals.

This work is generating new tools and knowledge that also spans significant breadth, including the ecology of wildlife populations, conservation of wildlife habitats, human perspectives on conservation, approaches to managing ecofriendly human communities, spatial dynamics of natural populations, behavioral ecology, wildlife interactions, and a diverse suite of other topics. Departmental research programs are directed by a wide breadth of scientists, including intellectual curiosity, conservation need, funding availability, opportunistic occurrences, knowledge gaps, institutional capacity, stakeholder needs, research paradigms, and a diverse suite of other factors. The research done by the Department geographically ranges & benefits stakeholders from the Maharashtra to all over India.

RESEARCH PROGRAMS

Conservation of crocodilian populations (Dr. Madhurita Gupta ). This work focuses on the ecology and conservation of India’s native species of crocodilians, the Crocodylus palustris species in the Krishna River Ghats . Specific projects includes predator-prey relationships, influences of Mugger Crocodile on habitat structure, hydrologic relationships of crocodilian populations, and approaches to monitoring crocodilians and studying the Crocodile- Human Conflicts Mitigation in India.

Ecology and Conservation of Mammalian Carnivores & Big Cats- Human Conflicts Mitigation in India ( DR. Yuvraj Kaginkar ). This work focuses on how best to manage mammalian carnivores, especially those whose populations are rapidly becoming isolated, fragmented, and existing within increasingly humanized landscapes. Research efforts emphasize an understanding of the species in an environmental or landscape context, against which future changes can be assessed or predicted. Specific projects include evaluation of the ecology and device technologies for Leopard & Tiger Human Conflicts Mitigation

ON GOING PROJECTS

Crocodile – Human conflicts mitigation with technology

Wildlife Technology R & D On Whale Carcass Disposal Globally

Preservation Of Exotic Species For Public Education & Outreach

Conservation Of Exotics Species Of Wildlife In India

Sustainable Rural Development With Community Conservation Initiative

Conesrvation Of Crocodylus Palustris In Krishna River Ghats

RESEARCH

Temperature tolerance and survival in captivity of captive wildlife during a heat wave in india

Development of a wildlife rescue ambulance for leopard-human conflicts resolution

Enrichment plan for Leopards

Brief about Indian Peafowl; Case Study: Incomplete molting of T-Feathers in India Peafowl (Pavo Cristatus)

Case Study: Pyometra In Bengal Tigress

Mythological Theme Of Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park, Tirupati

Converting Zoo Waste Into Energy

RESEARCH

Environmental Enrichment Of Exhibits For Zoo Inmates And Its Features

Antiplastic Activities In Zoos In India, And Some Facts & Statistic Of Plastic

Role And Importance Of Human Resource Management In Modern Zoos In India

Changing Concept Of Zoos In India (evolving As National Brand

Treatment Of Subluxation In Rat Snake

Wildlife Forensics As Investigative Science to Stop Crocodile Trafficking in India

CHIMPANZEE EXHIBIT ARCHITECTURAL PLANNING

CHIMPANZEE EXHIBIT ARCHITECTURAL PLANNING

SGNP Leopard RESCUE CENTRE

  • Over the past 10 years research in wildlife technologies and the conservation of free-living wild animals, have been undertaken with increasing frequency. Specialized expertise is required in order to come with innovative solutions for Climate Change solutions, wildlife & environment conservation. The education innovation will equip you with an in-depth knowledge of the management of wild animals , conservation & wildlife biology
  • Upon completion of the courses, you will have gained the analytical skills, the understanding, the confidence and the language to influence thinking and policy making within a wide range of organizations, such as zoos, national parks, universities, conservation organizations and government departments worldwide.
  • Exceptional time dedicated to research & development
  • Teaching is by experts at the cutting edge of their Wildlife Conservation field
  • Focus on Employability
  • Industry-relevant curriculum