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Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture - [CIFA], Bhubaneswar

Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture - [CIFA], Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar, Orissa Estd 1987 Private
  

facilities

Medical
Hostel
Gym
Sports
Library
Laboratory
Cafeteria
Auditorium
Comp Labs

reservation

50%Gen
27%OBC
15%sc
8%st

faculty

Dr. P. JayasankarDirector
42total faculty

about college

A well-known institute for its research and extension programmes in Freshwater Aquaculture is Central institute of Freshwater Aquaculture (CIFA), Bhubaneswar, Orissa. The institute has strived hard to become the leading centre of ‘Carp Farming in India’ under NACA. Its objective is to delve into the best and varied freshwater Aquaculture practices which can enhance fish production and benefit the farmers and fishermen.Central Institute of Freshwater Aquacultureis running devoted scientific and training programmes to evolve diversified methods to cultivate viable fish production systems. The institute has 5 Regional Research Centres across the country equipped with modern technologies and Research Scholars. 

Facts and Figures of Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture

Founded In

1987

Founder

ICAR ,Ministry of Agriculture

Accredited by

Indian Council of Agricultural Research

Campus

Spread over 140 hectares of Land in Bhubaneswar, Orissa.

How to Travel

  • 24 minutes from BijuPatnaik InternationalAirport, Bhubaneswar
  • 38 minutesfrom Bhadalpur Railway Station and 42 mins. fromBhubaneswar New Railway Station.
  • 41 minutes from Adaspur Bus Stand. Buses are available for neighboring cities. Direct Taxis are also available

Why to JoinCentral Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture?

1. Impeccable facilities: The Centre has excellent infrastructure and modern amenities to facilitate the research work. It has got its own Wet Lab, Hatchery, Feed Mill, Computer Centre, Workshops, Auditorium, Library, Farmer’s Hostel etc.

2. Commercialized Technologies and Business Promotion Centre: The institute is rigorously working on evolving diversified freshwater aquaculture practices and Technologies. It has also come up with many chemical and preventive technologies which are commercialized and used by fishermen and hatchery-operators to prevent fishes etc. from diseases.

3. Regional Research Centres: The Institute has devoted researchers and scientists who are conducting experiments and research in its research centres to accomplish the objectives of the Institute. The Institute also runs designated training and extension programmes for young scholars, farmers and fishermen for their better understanding on the subject.

4. Awards and Recognition: It is the Top-Notch Centre for Carp farming, operated number of projects for United Nation and also known as Best ICAR Institution. Its scientists have been honored for their research works by prestigious awards.

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Kausalyanga
Bhubaneswar - 751002
Orissa , India

0.36KmCIFA Gate

0674-2465421 , 2465446

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4 Comments
Pushpendra

I want to know about fish farming and wants to education about that I am graduate bsc agriculture plz mail me Ps9453@gmail.com

18 Oct, 2018 22:53
Akansha Expert

Hi Pushpendra, Please check this link for getting the information about Fish Farming Course details.

20 Oct, 2018 10:53
Atul Potle

I want to know about pearl farming and want to education about that....plz guide me Plz mail me details on atulrp07@gmail.com

13 Aug, 2018 15:37
Akansha Expert

Hi Atul, Please check this link for getting the information about Pearl Farming Course details.

13 Aug, 2018 16:23
Anupam Bera

how i apply for MFSC course ???

05 May, 2018 16:26
MOHD SADIQ KHAN

i WANT TO KNOW THE FRESH WATER PEARLS CULTIVATION TRAINING PROGRAM ME OF 2017 PLEASE. THANKS A LOT.

06 Mar, 2017 00:10

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