Vet varsity college students go to fish farms : The Tribune India
Ludhiana, July 24
Inter-state publicity visits have been organised for college kids of bachelor of fisheries science of the Faculty of Fisheries (COF), Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences College.
The visits have been performed beneath the Institutional Improvement Plan (IDP) of the ICAR- Nationwide Agricultural Greater Training Venture (NAHEP), for bettering studying outcomes, expertise and entrepreneurship amongst college students.
College students visited fish farm of progressive farmer Sultan Singh of Butana village at Nilokheri in Haryana. Sultan was honoured with nation’s fourth highest civilian award ‘Padma Shri’ in 2019 for his excellence and excellent contributions in selling fish farming in northern India for final 30 years, particularly in Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan.
Moreover interacting with Sultan, college students witnessed varied actions/amenities at his farm, together with tradition of various fish species like carps, catfish and murrels, intensive pond aquaculture, recirculatory aquaculture system (RAS), open RAS, hatcheries and the primary freshwater fish processing plant developed in north India.
The go to was co-ordinated by scientists Dr Abhishek Srivastava and Dr Vijay Kumar Reddy. College students additionally visited Sher-e-Kashmir College of Agricultural Sciences and Know-how (SKUAST), Jammu, the place they have been apprised of a number of water use mannequin, natural farming, moist labs and fish processing actions. Go to to Public Fish Aquarium in Bagh-e-Bahu, Jammu, elated college students with the world of decorative fishes, in addition to showcasing its significance in aqua-tourism.
College students additionally witnessed breeding actions on the fish seed farm of the State Fisheries Division, Jammu.