- Project One
- Project Two
- Project Three
Shashank received his M.Sc. in Biotechnology from Amity University, Noida in 2011. Following this, he worked as volunteer with Centre for wildlife Studies (CWS) in the human-wildlife conflict project.
He joined VNC’s project “Prioritizing areas for conservation of Indian wolf in human dominated arid region of Kutch” as Research Assistant in 2014 where he was assigned to assess wolf occupancy through sign surveys and interview survey, prey estimation, and identifying threats in potential wolf areas. Following this, he joined Wildlife Institute of India in 2014 and worked as project Assistant in Project “Management planning of Bird Sanctuaries in Bihar” for a period of 4 months and conducted ecological surveys of above mentioned wetlands.
Currently He is a Project Fellow in DST- National Mission for Sustaining the Himalayan Ecosystem (NMSHE) project in which he deals with mammalian ecology.