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I got 22000 rank in ur category in icar.Is there any chance for fisheries college?
With your rank it is tough to get a seat
allotted. it's better if you keep your choices
open for different private colleges as well and
at the same time wait for different round
Please visit this link for a list of private colleges in India for fisheries.
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What kind of jobs can we get after completing BFSC ?
There are numerous of career or job opportunities in government and the private sector. Aspirants can go for entrepreneurship or self-employed in their own fisheries-related business. You can see that in every state or country, the government has fisheries department in which you can apply for various posts. Aspirants can also do jobs in central government agencies like Marine Product Export Development Authority (MPEDA), Fisheries Survey of India (FSI), NIO, WHO, and many others. Degree holders can apply for research projects or can do further study. Candidates can find the number of job opportunities in institutions, banks, fishing/oceans and in foreign countries.
Lucrative job opportunities are available for fisheries graduates. After possessing degree of B.F.Sc, you can apply for the post Instructor, Research Assistant, Biochemist, Biologist, Technicians, etc.
Also, you can 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).
Central agencies also recruits fisheries graduates as technical officers and assistant directors in
- Marine Product Export Development Authority (MPEDA)
- Export Inspection Agency ( EIA)
- Coastal Aquaculture Authority of India (CAA)
- Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI)
- Fisheries Survey of India (FSI)
- National Institute of Oceanography(NIO)
- Indian National Centre for Ocean and Information Services(INCOIS), Hyderabad
In addition to this, there is also a scope of self employment in this field. After, owning degree of B.F.Sc, you can also open your own enterprise.
You will also get the opportunity to work in abroad where you can do business in the field of aquaculture, fish processing export and import. Fisheries professionals in aquaculture sectors are demanded in African countries.
In the field of fisheries, you can become an aquaculturist, farm managers, exporters, traders, breeders and modern fishermen’s, etc.
The job titles of fisheries is given below:
- Fisheries Biologist
- Fisheries Extension Officer (AEO)
- Fisheries Officer
- Fishery Manager
- Fishery technician
- Fishery Observer
- Assistant Fisheries Development Officer (AFDO)
- District Fisheries Development Officer (DFDO)
- Fisheries Development Board
- Food Department
- Food Processing and Technology
- Fish Breeding Farms
Salary in this field depends upon the specialization you are chosen. The salary in the private sector may starts from Rs 2.5 – 3 Lac/Year. Salary offers in government sector is different from the private sector. Depending on education and experience, fisheries professionals can get an average pay of Rs 3 – 5 Lac/Year.
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Query regarding admission into icar! I want to take admission into bfsc under icar and I have secured 233 marks with 17,500 AIR.(gen ews)
AROUND MID OF JULY
In the UK, candidates apply for (most) university courses through the UCAS system. Once this has been submitted, universities for nursing degrees will be in touch to invite candidates to an interview. This can take place as a one-on-one session with a single or several interviewers, could be a group interview with other candidates or could be the multiple mini interview (MMI) which has been used by medical schools for many years and is becoming more popular for prospective nurses.
Aside from the interview process, most nursing schools will test maths and English if candidates do not have GCSEs above a C grade or functional skills qualifications in these subjects.
Up BUMS cut off for obc category
As far as I know a score of 350+ is safe enough to get a seat in BUMS/BAMS/BHMS via neet. In UP the scores may range from 350 to 400 depending on the number of students who have got in this range that participated from UP. Since there are 9 government colleges providing this course amongst the 45+ colleges offering this course in UP you have high chances of getting a seat if you have scored somewhat around 400. There are 3 rounds of counselling after which a mop up round is also conducted to fill the vacant seats. All the best.
When the counselling for BUMS 2019 started in Maharashtra ?
hope you are doing well,
the registration form will be available from October 2019.
the online registration will strat from 1st week of september. these are only tentative dates given on sites
for more and updated queries you can check the official website on a regular basis.
hope this helps.
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