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Ajay Thakur

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[ Scientist (E) | Forest Research Institute ]



B Sc (Forestry) - Pantnagar Agriculture University
M Sc (Forestry) - Punjab Agriculture University
PhD (Forest Genetics) - Oxford University & University of Wales, Bangor, UK

Ajay Thakur has done B Sc in Forestry from Pantnagar Agriculture University. Post that he did M Sc in Forestry from Punjab Agriculture University. He went on to do a PhD in Forest Genetics from Oxford University & University of Wales, Bangor, UK. He started his career from ICFRE as a Scientist (B). He is a Scientist (E) at Forest Research Institute, Dehradun.







Professional Experience

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Forestry
  Notably: Scientist (E)
  in: Forest Research Institute
21 years & 9 months [Sep 1997 - Jun 2019]

Forestry & Environmental Science deals with forest-related environments which support the world's most important resources. It involves managing forest ecosystems within increasingly complex social environments. A challenging and demanding profession, forestry applies forest ecosystem sciences, management sciences, and communication skills to the conservation and management of forest resources to meet society's ever increasing need for commodities, services, and a healthy environment.

"I have done B Sc in Forestry from Pantnagar Agriculture University. Post that I did M Sc in Forestry from Punjab Agriculture University. I went on to do a PhD in Forest Genetics from Oxford University & University of Wales, Bangor, UK. I started my career from ICFRE as a Scientist (B). I am a Scientist (E) at Forest Research Institute, Dehradun."





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Bamboo Entrepreneurship
  Notably: Scientist (E)
  in: Forest Research Institute
20 years & 6 months [Sep 1997 - Mar 2018]

Bamboo Industry is a growing industry, the markets for bamboo can be grouped into traditional and non-traditional or emerging markets. Demand remains strong in traditional markets such as handicrafts, blinds and bamboo shoots with profitable opportunities despite moderate growth. Other traditional markets, such as chopsticks, are highly commoditized with low growth and low profit margins. Emerging bamboo markets include flooring, building products and laminated furniture. These represent the largest growth opportunities for bamboo.

"I have done B Sc in Forestry from Pantnagar Agriculture University. Post that I did M Sc in Forestry from Punjab Agriculture University. I went on to do a PhD in Forest Genetics from Oxford University & University of Wales, Bangor, UK. I started my career from ICFRE as a Scientist (B). I am a Scientist (E) at Forest Research Institute, Dehradun."









 


 
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