Chandra Shekhar Azad

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The administrative and academic buildings including labs are constructed and housed in double storey building in a total plinth area of 4,246 square metre. There are ten fish ponds including earthen and pitch stoned ponds. The boys and girls are provided single room accommodation in hostels separately.  The sports and library facilities are centralized with College of Agricultural Engineering & Technology, in the same campus of the University.

  • Department of Aquaculture
  • Department of Fisheries Resource Management
  • Department of Aquatic Animal Health Management
  • Department of Aquatic Environment Management
  • Department of Fish Processing Technology
  • Department of Fisheries Engineering
  • Department of Fisheries Extension, Economics & Statistics
Academic Section
A. Bachelor of Fisheries Science (BFSc)

B.  Laboratories: The college is developing under graduate level laboratories viz. microbiology lab, genetics lab, aqua culture lab, computer lab, information and communication technology lab, and Refrigeration & air-conditioning lab, processing and technology lab.

The microbiology & genetics lab has incubator, autoclave, micro- organism slides, electronic microscope, cetrifugus.  Aqua culture lab has pH testing kit, Incubator, soil testing kit, 62 specimens with various species fish, weight machine, dissolve oxygen meter, turbidity collecting/testing kit. There are 80 computers in centralized computer lab, where fisheries students do their practical works. Likewise, for information and communication technology, and Refrigeration & air-conditioning, students do practical in engineering college labs, located in the same campus. In processing technology lab, there is tray dryer, heater, auto clave, weight machine; etc. These labs need strengthening with more apparatus and machine to carry out practical demonstration.  

C. Training Program (In & outside State)

The BFSc students are required to carry out in-plant training, rural fisheries work experience training and in-and-out side study tour for 20 credits to complete their degree program. Recently, students visited Coldwater fisheries training centre Bhimtaal, Processing training centre Virawal Gujrat, Bio-floc training centre Haryana, NBFGR Lucknow, Rajasthan Fisheries department training centre and Solapur Maharashtra training centre.

Farm and Field Facilities:

Project Work

  • Ornamental Fish Culture
  • Preparation of Product & By product
  • Circulatory Aquaculture System (RAS) MODEL
Extension Activities
  • Participation in University Kisan Mela
  • Seminar and National Symposium at NBFGR & IISR
  • Rural work / Farm Visit by final Year Students