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B.Sc in Zoology, Chemistry, Fisheries

Are you fascinated with the aquatic and the living world in general? Desirous of taking up courses studying fisheries, zoology and the like? Learn here about the course B.Sc Zoology, Chemistry and Fisheries and the colleges where you may pursue this course.

Course Name: B.Sc in Zoology, Chemistry, Fisheries
Group: B.Sc
Stream: Science
Course Category: Fishery
Duration: 3 years


The field of fisheries or aquaculture is a very interesting field. For someone who loves the aquatic world, it could be the most interesting one. Undergoing this bachelors degree course in zoology, chemistry and fisheries can unlock for you a number of career choices in diverse fields. At the same time, you have a number of options to pursue higher education. A course in fisheries is an important one in understanding how the fisheries or the aquaculture industry works. Additionally, taking up zoology and chemistry in the course provides you with a broader understanding of the field of aquaculture and fisheries.

Eligibility and course duration

10+2 or higher secondary qualification in the field of science with biology and chemistry as the main subjects. Admission to the course depends on your higher secondary marks and the competition.

Takes 3 years to complete the course.

B.Sc in Zoology, Chemistry, Fisheries 2019 - 2020 Admissions/Application Enquiry


B.Sc in Zoology, Chemistry, Fisheries - Colleges & Admission Notifications

Find the list of colleges offering B.Sc in Zoology, Chemistry, Fisheries course. Check out individual college websites to know more about the admission for 2019 - 2020 academic year. You may download the application form and course details from the official college website.

College NameUniversityState
Govt Degree CollegeDr. B.R. Ambedkar Open UniversityAndhra Pradesh
MSN Degree CollegeAndhra UniversityAndhra Pradesh

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More about the course

The field of fisheries is in fact a part of the wider discipline of zoology. Where zoology is about the complete animal biology, fisheries corresponds to only aquatic organisms like fishes, prawns and other sea foods. Through zoology you get to understand the evolution, classification, structure and distribution of the animal kingdom. It studies every aspect of living as well as extinct animals and their interaction with the ecosystem. The subject matter of chemistry on the other hand is concerned with the chemical composition of substances, investigating their properties, the reaction between compounds, new substance being formed and so on. The field of chemistry helps if you are inclined towards higher education or research in the field of fisheries and aquaculture. Here in this course you will be learning a lot about fisheries ecology, managing and harvesting of fishes, fish populations, both marine and fresh water kind, fish genetics, fish health and so on. Other than that lessons on fish physiology, fish culture, nutrition, aquatic toxicology and genetics too form part of the syllabus.

Job prospects and opportunities

Those eager to advance their knowledge in the field of fisheries or zoology may seek to undertake a post graduate program like M.Sc in the concerned subject. One may also undertake post graduate diploma programs like the one on inland fisheries administration and management. Further one may pursue a research based program. Job opportunities are there in aquaculture, fisheries department and in professions involving breeding, processing of seafood and their export import.

B.Sc in Zoology, Chemistry, Fisheries Admissions for 2019 - 2020 Academic Year

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