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Fishery Scientists are the scientists who have expertise in the biology and life of a fish, which helps them to work for the suitable habitats and conservation of fish.
A fishery scientist or an Ichthyologist is a person who devotes a career studying and managing the fishery resources, which may involve shellfish, or aquatic mammals as well as fishes.
As you have asked, the typical day of a fishery scientist depends upon the nature of the job. The fishery scientist may work in teaching line or in research. In teaching line, the person has to interact with students, colleagues, seniors and some time with clients also.
Here the day start with preparing for lecture, and then delivery in the class. The students usually puts some queries in and out side the clas
here you have not mentioned your academic qualifications and what you are doing at present. If you have opted biology in your 11 and 12 class then you should take any biology subjects (zoology, animal behavior, marine biology, aquaculture technology) in your graduation. In post graduation you should take either zoology (with specialization in Fisheries), Fish technology (some universities and institutes do offer this course). Technically speaking the person holding a post graduate degree in fishery sciences is a fishery scientist but a doctoral degree is must to get a decent job
the role of fishery scientist has dramatically changed over the years. The fishery discipline has technically evolved. In the beginning the fish science was mainly dealing with classification, morphological studies of fishes, and the distribution of fishes in fresh water, marine water and in river stream.
The fishery scientist initially studied the external structure, on which classification was based. Later stages the role of fishery scientist changed and people started working on developmental aspects and molecular levels. During middle period the fishery scientist worked o
Dear Friend, many thanks for your question, In fact you have asked a very practical question, the personal and professional skills are very important not only for a fishery scientist but also for every person who has dealing with others. Every person is borne with some personal or professional skills (also known as communication skills, interpersonal skills, soft skills, social skills, peoples skills), but we rarely realized that how we behave with others. We never give a thought that how we communicate with others.
Let me tell you something about the personal and professional skills. I
Dear friend, thank you for your question, since you have asked about the amazing products about fishes, seems that your are also a fishery scientist or you want to be in near future. A fishery scientist a person who looks after the managing and understanding the fishes. It is a multidisciplinary subject which involves limnology, marine biology, oceanography, fresh water biology, conservation, ecology and population dynamics, economics and management an attempt to provide an integrated picture of fishery. The amazing products in fishery could be the development of fish science, fish biolo
seems that you are a fishery scientist or soon you are going to join this field. A fishery scientist has to work as per the mandate of the organization in which he or she is working. If you are working in a university then your nature of job will be primarily teaching. Here you will be interacting with students (graduate, masters and doctoral degree) Your responsibilities will be course curriculum development, conduction of theory and practical classes.
Besides these the department may assign you other jobs such as preparation of question papers, the job of examination con
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Always remember that every career is good however it is more important to know whether you are suitable for that particular career or no. Good career is an ambition of every person, however you should ensure that you have the right educational qualifications, employability skills and positive attitude.
Climate Science is a good career option and there are courses in Metereology.
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Space scientists study the different areas of space like satellites,weather etc. It has very good career scope in India as well as abroad.
Well, If you are willing to make career in Space Scientist, you need to opt science subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in 10+2 level. After 10+2 in PCM stream, candidate need to go for pursuing BSc/B.Tech. degree in aeronautics, aviation or physical science.
After 12th, you can appear for certain entrance exam like ISAT which has certain space related courses in it or IIT
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Well, your question is not clear. Please elaborate you current academic qualification, your area of interest and career goals. One can be Scientist in many field like health, social sciences, engineering & technology, science etc.
In general minimum qualification to be a scientist is masters' degree in relevant area of interest. PhD in the specialization is highly preferred.
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