AQUACULTURE

A specialized course under Agricultural Stream

About the Course – Aquaculture

Aquaculture is concerned with the cultivation of the natural inhabitants of water (such as fish or shellfish, algae and different aquatic plants). It is pretty similar to animal husbandry. Raising catfish and tilapia in freshwater ponds, growing cultured pearls, and farming salmon in net-pens set out in a bay are the examples of Aquaculture.

In Aquaculture, aquatic organisms are cultivated particularly for human consumption. It’s comparable to agriculture, but with fish instead of flora or livestock. Aquaculture is also referred to as fish farming. The seafood that you discover at your local grocery shop is possibly labeled as farmed fish. Aquaculture is famous all over the world. It is done in coastal ocean waters, freshwater ponds and rivers, and even on land in tanks.

Career Prospect

Lucrative job opportunities are available for fisheries graduates. After graduation, you can apply for the post of Instructor, Research Assistant, Biochemist, Biologist, Technicians, etc.

You can also apply in the fisheries department of state government for the post of Inspector of Fisheries/Research Assistants, Sub-Inspector of Fisheries, Assistant Directors, Assistant Fisheries Development Officer ( AFDO ) / Fisheries Extension Officer ( FEO ) and Fisheries Development Officer(FDO).Fisheries Biologist, Fisheries Extension Officer (AEO), Fisheries Officer, Fishery Manager, Fishery technician, Fishery Observer, Assistant Fisheries Development Officer (AFDO), District Fisheries Development Officer (DFDO).

Course Available by Providers

The courses are generally provided at Foundation, Diploma, Bachelor (UG) and Master (PG) levels.

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