Teaching at DWLM involves imparting knowledge and skills to students preparing students to be critical thinkers. Our dedicated team of instructors delivers lectures, organize field trips to Wildlife protected areas, and engage students in practical exercises and ecological and biological experiments to help them develop the necessary skills to become competent wildlife professionals.

At DWLM, we are well-equipped and supported by the university’s excellent infrastructures that provide a conducive environment for learning, and research. The university boasts spacious and well-maintained lecture rooms and lecture theaters, providing an ideal setting for both small-group discussions and larger class sessions. These facilities are conducive to interactive learning, allowing for effective student-teacher engagement. The department can host lectures, seminars, and workshops in these well-furnished spaces, ensuring a comfortable and productive learning environment.

The department’s laboratories are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and are well-maintained to support various aspects of wildlife management and ecological research. These laboratories serve as hubs for conducting experiments, analyzing data, and studying specimens. The availability of modern equipment ensures that students and researchers have the necessary tools to conduct high-quality research and gain practical experience in the field.