Centurion University’s School of Fisheries Receives Approval For B.F.Sc Degree Programme

Paralakhemundi: Centurion University’s School of Fisheries has received approval from Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) to start a Bachelor of Fisheries Science (B.F.Sc) degree programme.

The B.F.Sc degree programme will offer a comprehensive curriculum to equip students with adequate knowledge and skills to excel in the field of fisheries management and aquaculture.

The programme covers a wide range of subjects including Aquaculture, Fisheries Resource Management, Fish Processing Technology, Aquatic Environment Management, Fish Engineering, Aquatic Animal Health Management, Fisheries Extension, Economics and Statistics.

The School of Fisheries is equipped with seven full-fledged departments, all staffed with highly qualified and experienced faculty members. According to Centurion press release, students benefit from hands-on experience at Aquaculture Research Farm (ARF), which features 22 fish ponds and facilities for integrated farming systems, pearl culture, cage culture, and ornamental fish culture.

“We are thrilled to receive ICAR approval for our B.F.Sc degree programme. This recognition is a testament to our ongoing commitment to providing quality education and fostering innovation in the field of fisheries sciences. We look forward to continuing our mission of training the next generation of fisheries professionals and contributing to the sustainable development of our region,” said Prof D N Rao, Vice-President of Centurion University.

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