Assistant professors teach and research botany in universities, guiding students and performing administrative duties.
Eligibility includes a master's degree with 55% marks and qualifying the National Eligibility Test (NET).
Selection involves applying online/offline, appearing for the NET exam, clearing the cut-off, and attending an interview.
Career prospects include promotion to higher positions, applying for research grants, collaborating with institutions, and pursuing further studies.
Forest officers work under the Indian Forest Service, planning policies, enforcing laws, and managing forest resources.
Eligibility requires a bachelor's degree and clearing the Civil Services Examination (CSE) with IFS as the preferred service.
Selection involves the CSE stages, training at institutes, and getting posted as an assistant/deputy conservator of forests.
Career prospects include promotion to higher ranks, working with national/international organizations, and receiving recognition for contributions.