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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.

Briefing book for Workshop on Indira Gandhi Vision on Wildlife conservation: The zoo as one such instrument.

Year : 1994
Size : 29MB
  • 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.

Papers for presentation in the Workshop on Indira Gandhi Vision on Wildlife conservation: The zoo as one such instrument

Year : 1994
Size : 14MB
  • 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.

Indira Gandhi Vision on Wildlife conservation: Proceedings of the Symposium and workshop on “Scientific Management as an instrument for conservation of wildlife”

Year : 1994
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
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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.

Recognition of Zoo Rules, 1992

Year : 1992
Size : 9MB

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