Nagpur: The recruitments process for the three posts in Wild Life Research and Training Centre coming under Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University (MAFSU) were to be held. But it is being said that advertisement for the posts is wrong. One candidate had come for the interview and was sent back without interviewing. This has created suspicion regarding the recruitment in this university.
Government has given permission to set up Wild Life Research and Training Centre under the control of Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University in Gorewada’s International Zoo. In this total 20 posts have been granted. The advertisement was given for Medical Clinical Pharmacology, Animal Genetics and Animal Biotechnology posts. These three posts are related to Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University. These posts are not related to wild life.
For Wild Life Research and Training Centre there is need for prostgraduates in Wildlife science or wildlife health and administration. But this has not been include in the advrtisement. Many candidates complained about it. Dr Dattaraya Ingle is himself a candidate and he is from Usmanabad. Presently he stays at Dhule. He is an ex-student of MAFSU and wild life expert. He has also done his PhD in science . On Wednesday he was called for interview but the interview was not held. He spoke to the officials of the university but none replied.