Forest Research Institute (Deemed to be University) Dehradun is first to begin forest research in India. After independence, it was renamed as Forest Research Institute and Colleges. In 1988 FRI Dehradun was considered as one of the institutes under autonomous organizations ICFRE (Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change- Government of India). The institute offers masters, diplomas and doctoral programs.
The FRI campus is situated in a green area spread over 450 hectares, with the backdrop of the outer Himalayas. Its main building is a national heritage that was inaugurated in 1929. Style by Gregg Greco in Roman Architecture Bloomfield consists of 2.5 equipped laboratories, library, plantations, printing presses and experimental areas for conducting wild research, anywhere in the world. They also have a museum which is a great tourist attraction.
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Type of Institution
Deemed to be University (Government)
B.Sc. with anyone compulsory subject as Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, Zoology / B.Sc. in Agriculture Or Forestry.
FRI M.Sc. Entrance Exam
M.Sc. Wood Science & Technology
B.Sc. PCM / B.Sc. Forestry
M.Sc. Environment Management
Bachelor’s in basic Or Applied Sciences/
B.Sc. in Agriculture Or Forestry / B.E. in Environmental Science
M.Sc. Cellulose & Paper Technology
B.Sc. with Chemistry as compulsory subject/ B.E. Or B.Tech. in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering
P.M.D. Natural Resource Management
M.Sc. in any discipline
PG Diploma in Aroma Technology
B.Sc. with Chemistry as one of the compulsory subjects
At least 55% in M.Sc. (relevant discipline)
The students will be notified of their results by post from the University and the list of shortlisted candidates for admission will be put up on the University’s Notice Board.
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Global Rank (Out of Colleges)
#501 [Out of 873]