Abstract:

Indian wildlife is a website developed in java Oracle database which provides awareness and conservation of India’s  wildlife system. This final year student project will act as a platform for wildlife conservationists and ecologists. This project also share the knowledge and recent trends about wildlife.

Introduction:

Indian wildlife is a web based application which provides a high-level and clear information about protecting animals. This Indian wildlife project provides alertness, it will give all the detailed information on various rare Indian animals along with the coverage of all species of animals in India.

This application will portray all the recent wildlife success stories. This project gives an opportunity for users to participate in Wildlife blogs, forums, internships, conferences and other awareness programs.

Indian wildlife provides a facility to the user to know about details of  any animal. He can give suggestions or he can upload particular video or images or presentation on a particular animal. This project will develop research and allows user to participate on subjects like animal communications.

Objective:

The main aim of developing the application is to provide information about the  research and participation on the subjects like animal communications, habitats, wildlife health issues, effects of global warming and various disasters. To explain users with various career opportunities in the field of wildlife, along with list of universities  offering Wildlife Degrees, fellowships and certifications.

Modules:

Administrator:

Administration facilities like add/update members, back up/recovery of data, generating various reports etc are handles in this module.

Users:

Users can be from any Government and private organizations, Wildlife conservationist, ecologists, veterinarians and wildlife enthusiasts. Secure registration and profile management facilities for registered members and, government and non government agencies.

Group members (registered users):

To setup a reviewers panel to have a tab on data being posted for the website and select appropriate contents from them  to be posted. Moreover, this panel will be responsible for solving various queries of website users.

Reports:

Reports provide recently updated data on the website. Reports on recently  concluded Wildlife conferences and workshops. Newsletter review statistics are also given by the report module.