Notification for post of Assistant Administrative Officer under LDCE at ICAR-NBFGR

Welcome To ICAR-NBFGR

ICAR-National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources (ICAR-NBFGR) was established in December 1983 in a rented premises at Allahabad under the aegis of Indian Council of Agricultural Research to undertake research related to the conservation of fish germplasm resources of the country. The Bureau’s permanent infrastructure was developed at Canal Ring Road, Telibagh, Lucknow, U.P in 1999 comprising an administrative block, laboratories, farm and residential complex covering an area of 52 acres. The Institute's vision is assessment and conservation of fish genetic resources for intellectual property protection, sustainable utilization and posterity.

Vision & Mission

  • Assessment and conservation of fish genetic resources for intellectual property protection, sustainable utilization and posterity.
  • Collection, Cataloguing and documentation of fish genetic resources using operational strategies of partnership and cutting edge technologies.

Mandate

  • Exploration, characterization and cataloguing of fish genetic resources.
  • Maintenance and preservation of fish genetic resources for conservation and utilization of prioritized species.
  • Evaluation of indigenous and exotic germplasm including risk assessment and fish health.

Accomplishments

  • Explored river basins viz., Indus, Ganga, Ghagghar, Brahmaputra, Mahanadi, Krishna, Godavari and their tributaries to collect the fish accessions for taxonomic validation, stock identification and repository
  • Sixteen fish and shellfish species studied for their population genetic Read More.......

Dr. Uttam K Sarkar,

Director


Since its modest beginnings in rental premises at Allahabad in 1983, the ICAR-National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources (ICAR-NBFGR) has undergone remarkable growth, shifting to its current campus in 1999. Mandated with the assessment and conservation of the country's fish genetic resources (FGR), the bureau plays a crucial role in intellectual property protection, sustainable utilization, and ensuring posterity of fish genetic resources of the country. The institute involves collecting, classifying, and cataloging the Nation's valuable fish genetic resources, as well as preserving genetic material of endangered species.. The initiative of the bureau in livelihood development of women islanders of Lakshadweep islands through community participation approach, was lauded by the Hon’ble President of India Smt. Droupadi Murmu...

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