AIWC Objectives

  • Generate wide and deep knowledge base through multidisciplinary research activities in collaboration with reputed national and international wildlife research institutions.

  • Generate wide competence through engaging research studies for aiding the survival and recovery of wildlife species and their habitats including birds.

  • Improve knowledge and techniques in addressing issues of wildlife health of the species in wild and in captivity and to develop competence in scientific investigations through applications of wildlife forensics based on DNA techniques, morphology and pathology for combating wildlife crimes and strengthening conservation.

  • Produce implementable solutions and recommendations for mitigating Human- Wild animal conflicts based on systematic studies and evaluating various practices.

  • Developing capacities in wildlife conservation management through hands-on training for forest officials, officials involved in captive breeding and zoo management, scientists, researchers, community members, and members of the non-governmental organizations.

  • Develop internal capacity for investigating climate change impacts on wildlife species and their habitats.

  • Generate knowledge on use and practices of newer tools and techniques for strengthening conservation and wildlife crime investigations.

  • To train and develop present and future generations of conservationists including young scientists and University researchers through academic development and inputs in field practices.