Fishery Science

Fishery Science

Fisheries

Fishery Science

Hundreds of portals, vortals, dotcoms all over, the place and a new one popping up every day. Everyone and their cousin seem to be enamoured by it or rather by the moolah it offers. Is everything as rosy as it seems or is there a flipside to it? Is it overhyped or too good to be true. We get the true picture.

Career prospects

Due to the growth in fishing by trawlers in the high seas together with the preservation and marketing of sea products, there is a growing demand for trained staff. Fish biologists could work in the development of fish breeding farms or supervise fish research centres. They could also survey streams and lakes determining the prevention of infection and pollution in the quantity of fish found. A paying career for qualified people indeed.

A course in this subject would give you an option to do a lot. Of course, all related to the sea food industry. What's that? Fishery science is the study of the life, habits and breeding of the various fishes. Fishes constitute 70% of seafood consumed the world over and has led to the formation of a very big industry that requires professionals.

Fisheries - Other Courses And Institutes

Fishery Science