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  • Acknowledgements

    In India, functioning of zoos is regulated by Central Zoo Authority (CZA) which is a Statuary body of Ministry of Environment & Forests Government of India; constituted in 1992 under the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.The Authority performs the following functions: (a) specify the minimum standards for housing, upkeep and veterinary care of the animals kept in a zoo (b) evaluate and assess the
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    the norms as may be prescribed. (c) recognize or derecognize zoos (d) identify endangered species of wild animalsfor purposes of captive breeding and assigning responsibility in this regard to a zoo (e) coordinate the acquisition, exchange and loaning of animals for breeding purposes.

Basic Post-mortem requisites for zoo veterinarians

Year : 2002
Size : 7MB
  • Acknowledgements

    In India, functioning of zoos is regulated by Central Zoo Authority (CZA) which is a Statuary body of Ministry of Environment & Forests Government of India; constituted in 1992 under the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.The Authority performs the following functions: (a) specify the minimum standards for housing, upkeep and veterinary care of the animals kept in a zoo (b) evaluate and assess the
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    the norms as may be prescribed. (c) recognize or derecognize zoos (d) identify endangered species of wild animalsfor purposes of captive breeding and assigning responsibility in this regard to a zoo (e) coordinate the acquisition, exchange and loaning of animals for breeding purposes.

A compendium of publication from Indian Zoos Vol – III

Year : 2002
Size : 43MB
  • Acknowledgements

    In India, functioning of zoos is regulated by Central Zoo Authority (CZA) which is a Statuary body of Ministry of Environment & Forests Government of India; constituted in 1992 under the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.The Authority performs the following functions: (a) specify the minimum standards for housing, upkeep and veterinary care of the animals kept in a zoo (b) evaluate and assess the
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    the norms as may be prescribed. (c) recognize or derecognize zoos (d) identify endangered species of wild animalsfor purposes of captive breeding and assigning responsibility in this regard to a zoo (e) coordinate the acquisition, exchange and loaning of animals for breeding purposes.

Dietary Husbandry of Wild Mammalia.

Year : 2001
Size : 13MB
  • Acknowledgements

    In India, functioning of zoos is regulated by Central Zoo Authority (CZA) which is a Statuary body of Ministry of Environment & Forests Government of India; constituted in 1992 under the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.The Authority performs the following functions: (a) specify the minimum standards for housing, upkeep and veterinary care of the animals kept in a zoo (b) evaluate and assess the
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    the norms as may be prescribed. (c) recognize or derecognize zoos (d) identify endangered species of wild animalsfor purposes of captive breeding and assigning responsibility in this regard to a zoo (e) coordinate the acquisition, exchange and loaning of animals for breeding purposes.

Indian Zoo Year Book Vol - III

Year : 2000
Size : 10MB
  • Acknowledgements

    In India, functioning of zoos is regulated by Central Zoo Authority (CZA) which is a Statuary body of Ministry of Environment & Forests Government of India; constituted in 1992 under the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.The Authority performs the following functions: (a) specify the minimum standards for housing, upkeep and veterinary care of the animals kept in a zoo (b) evaluate and assess the
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    the norms as may be prescribed. (c) recognize or derecognize zoos (d) identify endangered species of wild animalsfor purposes of captive breeding and assigning responsibility in this regard to a zoo (e) coordinate the acquisition, exchange and loaning of animals for breeding purposes.

Workshop on Health and Management of Zoo Animals for zoo Veterinarians

Year : 1999
Size : 5MB
  • Acknowledgements

    In India, functioning of zoos is regulated by Central Zoo Authority (CZA) which is a Statuary body of Ministry of Environment & Forests Government of India; constituted in 1992 under the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.The Authority performs the following functions: (a) specify the minimum standards for housing, upkeep and veterinary care of the animals kept in a zoo (b) evaluate and assess the
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    the norms as may be prescribed. (c) recognize or derecognize zoos (d) identify endangered species of wild animalsfor purposes of captive breeding and assigning responsibility in this regard to a zoo (e) coordinate the acquisition, exchange and loaning of animals for breeding purposes.

Zoos – Centre of conservation. Vision Evolved at Strategic Future Search Workshop, Hyderabad.

Year : 1999
Size : 4MB
  • Acknowledgements

    In India, functioning of zoos is regulated by Central Zoo Authority (CZA) which is a Statuary body of Ministry of Environment & Forests Government of India; constituted in 1992 under the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.The Authority performs the following functions: (a) specify the minimum standards for housing, upkeep and veterinary care of the animals kept in a zoo (b) evaluate and assess the
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    the norms as may be prescribed. (c) recognize or derecognize zoos (d) identify endangered species of wild animalsfor purposes of captive breeding and assigning responsibility in this regard to a zoo (e) coordinate the acquisition, exchange and loaning of animals for breeding purposes.

A compendium of publication from Indian Zoos Vol – II

Year : 1998
Size : 32MB
  • Acknowledgements

    In India, functioning of zoos is regulated by Central Zoo Authority (CZA) which is a Statuary body of Ministry of Environment & Forests Government of India; constituted in 1992 under the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.The Authority performs the following functions: (a) specify the minimum standards for housing, upkeep and veterinary care of the animals kept in a zoo (b) evaluate and assess the
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    the norms as may be prescribed. (c) recognize or derecognize zoos (d) identify endangered species of wild animalsfor purposes of captive breeding and assigning responsibility in this regard to a zoo (e) coordinate the acquisition, exchange and loaning of animals for breeding purposes.

A compendium of publication from Indian Zoos Vol – I

Year : 1998
Size : 36MB
  • Acknowledgements

    In India, functioning of zoos is regulated by Central Zoo Authority (CZA) which is a Statuary body of Ministry of Environment & Forests Government of India; constituted in 1992 under the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.The Authority performs the following functions: (a) specify the minimum standards for housing, upkeep and veterinary care of the animals kept in a zoo (b) evaluate and assess the
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    the norms as may be prescribed. (c) recognize or derecognize zoos (d) identify endangered species of wild animalsfor purposes of captive breeding and assigning responsibility in this regard to a zoo (e) coordinate the acquisition, exchange and loaning of animals for breeding purposes.

Indian Zoo Year Book Vol - II

Year : 1997
Size : 7MB
  • Acknowledgements

    In India, functioning of zoos is regulated by Central Zoo Authority (CZA) which is a Statuary body of Ministry of Environment & Forests Government of India; constituted in 1992 under the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.The Authority performs the following functions: (a) specify the minimum standards for housing, upkeep and veterinary care of the animals kept in a zoo (b) evaluate and assess the
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    the norms as may be prescribed. (c) recognize or derecognize zoos (d) identify endangered species of wild animalsfor purposes of captive breeding and assigning responsibility in this regard to a zoo (e) coordinate the acquisition, exchange and loaning of animals for breeding purposes.

Vortex : Population Modelling – With L.T.M. case study.

Year : 1996
Size : 9MB
  • Acknowledgements

    In India, functioning of zoos is regulated by Central Zoo Authority (CZA) which is a Statuary body of Ministry of Environment & Forests Government of India; constituted in 1992 under the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.The Authority performs the following functions: (a) specify the minimum standards for housing, upkeep and veterinary care of the animals kept in a zoo (b) evaluate and assess the
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    the norms as may be prescribed. (c) recognize or derecognize zoos (d) identify endangered species of wild animalsfor purposes of captive breeding and assigning responsibility in this regard to a zoo (e) coordinate the acquisition, exchange and loaning of animals for breeding purposes.

Small Population Dynamics Briefing Book

Year : 1996
Size : 11MB
  • Acknowledgements

    In India, functioning of zoos is regulated by Central Zoo Authority (CZA) which is a Statuary body of Ministry of Environment & Forests Government of India; constituted in 1992 under the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.The Authority performs the following functions: (a) specify the minimum standards for housing, upkeep and veterinary care of the animals kept in a zoo (b) evaluate and assess the
    View
    the norms as may be prescribed. (c) recognize or derecognize zoos (d) identify endangered species of wild animalsfor purposes of captive breeding and assigning responsibility in this regard to a zoo (e) coordinate the acquisition, exchange and loaning of animals for breeding purposes.

Proceedings of Training Workshop on Conservation Management of Red Panda

Year : 1995
Size : 8MB

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