BFRI 30 Posts Govt Job Circular 2016 has been published.
BFRI 30 Posts Govt Job Circular 2016 has published on 14th August 2016.
Available Post: Total 30 posts
-Deputy Director (Finance & Accountants- 01 post
-Scientific Officer- 26 posts
-Deputy Asst. Engineer (Civil)- 01 post
-Deputy Asst. Engineer (Electrical)- 01 post
-Security Officer- 01 post
Eligibility Criteria: See the advertisement
Age: See the advertisement
Salary & Remuneration: As per govt. scale, see the advertisement
BFRI 30 Posts Govt Job Circular 2016
Application Procedure: See the Advertisement
Application Deadline: On or before 21 September 2016 5:00 PM.
Carry out basic and adaptive research for development and optimum utilization of all living aquatic resources and coordinate fisheries research activities in Bangladesh. Experiment and standardize techniques for maximizing productions and better management of living aquatic resources. Identify new production opportunities and develop them to usable levels.
Develop skilled research manpower through training. Transfer the technologies to users through training of extension workers, planners, fish farmers and other relevant persons. Advise the Government in all matters relating to research and management of living aquatic resources.
Fish breeding & seed production: Breeding & hatchery management of carps. Collection & preservation of pituitary gland for induced breeding. Improved carp seed production & nursery management. Breeding & seed production of GIFT tilapia. Breeding & seed production of silver barb. The Breeding & seed production of pabda. Breeding & seed production of gulsha. Induced breeding & seed production of pangasius. Golda seed production in backyard hatchery. Seed production & culture of magur. Seed production & culture of shingi.
Fish culture: Carp polyculture in perennial ponds. Culture of GIFT in seasonal ponds. Culture of silver barb in seasonal ponds. The Culture of improved hybrid catfish. Culture of pangasius in ponds. Fish culture in pen. Carp polyculture along with prawn in ponds. Find out more on BFRI Website.