Apply for UG Courses Online at Fishing University Trici News – Indian Times

Trichy – Dr. J. Jayalalha Fishing University of Nagapatina, Tamil Nadu to apply for undergraduate courses this academic year. The courses aim to provide professional fishing education, research and training to increase fish production and productivity.
Application instructions and forecasts for UG programs can be downloaded from the university’s website www.tnjfu.ac.in beginning August 19. The deadline for submitting an online application is September 19. Students are advised not to mail their applications. Students applying under special categories must submit the relevant documents when completing the online application.
The rankings will be released on September 23 and will be released temporarily based on the cut-off marks obtained by the two tests. Counseling is done in online mode. However, counseling for candidates in special categories will be made in person and will be announced later. You will be asked to continue visiting the website for any updates. For more information, call 04365-256430 / 9442601908 or email ugadmission@tnjfu.ac.in.
The university offers 10 undergraduate courses consisting of 6 vocational and 4 vocational courses through 12 colleges across the country. M Rajakumar, Director of Extension Education at the University, said the master’s program – BFSC Degree – will be offered at three colleges in Tutikorin, Chennai in Pony, and Talaginair, Nagatatin District.
“The university offers BTech in four disciplines. The College of Fisheries Engineering, Nagapatina also offers AICTE, government-sponsored BTech (Fisheries Engineering) and BTech (Energy and Environmental Engineering), Bitech (Biotechnology) and BBA (Fisheries Enterprise Management) at the OMR campus. In Chennai. ”
Six seats in BFC and one seat in BTech (Fishing Engineering) are classified as “Fishermen’s Class – Special Category”. Payments for students admitted under this category will be sponsored by the Tamil Nadu Fishermen’s Safety Board.

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