It is my pleasure to introduce the Faculty of Fisheries, Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Dinajpur. This is one of the leading faculties of higher education in fisheries at the north-west part of Bangladesh. It has sailed its journey since 2005 with four Departments namely Department of Fisheries Management, Department of Fisheries Technology, Department of Fisheries Biology and Genetics and Department of Aquaculture. Its aim to be an outstanding one with a vision to develop and nurture talent with modern knowledge in fisheries to meet the national needs in global perspective. Development of human resource through priority on qualitive fisheries education & research is the main objectives of this faculty. the development goes for the well being of mankind and to educate the students with high standards of scientific, managerial and professional competence in harmony with the environment and to share knowledge and experties with global partners. The faculty pride itself for its depth involvement in teaching fisheries education as well as research. In past few years, it has demonstrated its excellence and brilliancy in teaching and research. Therefore all our attempts have been gone to stirring the vitality of fisheries in Bangladesh. I am delighted to welcome you to the Faculty of Fisheries. I anticipate that the Faculty will be in its current track to contribute more to hold its teaching and research leadership to meet the future challenges in the fisheries sector.
Md. Ferdous Mehbub
Dean, Faculty of Fisheries.
The Faculty of Fisheries was opened in 2004. It caters to the academic need of one of the most important sectors of our economy. Water is one of the greatest resources of Bangladesh with immense potential for development. The country is blessed with vast number of rivers and its tributaries, canals, lakes, ponds and other large and small water bodies. Proper development of these water bodies can have great impact on our economy and nutritional status. This calls for proper aquaculture and management of the water bodies. One prime objective of this Faculty is to produce highly trained graduates to develop the fisheries resources of the country. Degrees Offered: B.Sc. in Fisheries.
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