Admissions at KUFOS: Apply by April 6


Entrance examination for PG Programmes will be on 8th May 2020 and of the PhD Programmes on 20th June, 2020.

Kerala University of Fisheries & Ocean Studies (KUFOS), Panangad P.O., Kochi-682 506, has invited applications for admission to various PG/ PhD Programmes for the Academic Year 2020-21.

Programmes:

M.F.Sc (Master of Fisheries Science) (a) Aquatic Environment Management (b) Fisheries Resource Management (c) Aquaculture (d) Fish Nutrition and Feed Technology (e) Aquatic Animal Health Management (f) Fish Processing Technology (g) Fisheries Engineering and Technology

M.B.A: Dual Specialization (Finance/ Marketing/ Human Resource Management/ Rural Management / Fisheries Business Management); Energy Management (applicant should have qualified in KMAT/ CMAT/CAT)

M.Sc: (a) Physical Oceanography (b) Marine Biology (c) Earth Sciences (d) Statistics (e) Remote Sensing and GIS (f) Food Science and Technology (g) Disaster Management (h) Biotechnology (i) Climate Science (j) Marine Microbiology (k) Marine Chemistry (I) Environmental Sciences

M.Tech: (a) Integrated Coastal Zone Management (b) Ocean and Coastal Safety Engineering (c) Coastal and Harbour Engineering

L.L.M: Maritime Law

Ph.D: Doctoral degree programmes leading to Ph.D. are being offered in the Faculties of (i) Fisheries (ii) f Ocean Science and Technology (iii) Ocean Engineering (iv) Climate Variability and Aquatic Ecosystem and (v) Management, Humanities and Social Sciences.

Details regarding the eligibility for applying for each course are given in the Prospectus that can be downloaded from www.kufos.ac.in

Applications can be submitted online at www.kufos.ac.in latest by 6th April, 2020. Final year students can also apply.

Entrance examination for PG Programmes will be on 8th May 2020 and of the PhD Programmes on 20th June, 2020.

For details, visit www.kufos.ac.in

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