College of Fisheries, Ratnagiri
distance 5 km from ratnagiri city. It was established in 1981 and is the only college in the state to offer an undergraduate fisheries programme. Courses offered:
- B. F. Sc.
- M. F. Sc. (Aquaculture)
- M. F. Sc. (Fish Processing Technology)
- M. F. Sc. (Fisheries Resource Management and Extension Education)
- M. F. Sc.
- Ph. D. (Fisheries)and (Aquaculture)
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