Aquatic Environment Management

Soil & Water Quality Laboratory

The Soil and Water Quality Laboratory at DIFST offers a dynamic learning environment for undergraduate students. With cutting-edge equipment and guidance from experienced faculty, undergraduates have the opportunity to engage in hands-on analysis of soil and water samples. This practical experience enhances their understanding of environmental science and fisheries management, preparing them for future careers in the field. Moreover, student involvement in research projects conducted within the laboratory fosters critical thinking skills and encourages innovation in addressing pressing environmental challenges such as water pollution and habitat degradation. Overall, the laboratory serves as a valuable educational resource, enriching the academic experience of undergraduate students and empowering them to contribute meaningfully to the conservation and management of aquatic resources.

Marine Algal Culture Laboratory*

A marine algal culture laboratory is currently under construction, poised to become a pioneering center for research and innovation in the cultivation and study of marine algae. This facility will feature state-of-the-art infrastructure tailored for the controlled growth and experimentation of various species of marine algae, providing an invaluable platform for scientific exploration and academic advancement. With a focus on sustainable practices and environmental stewardship, the laboratory aims to address key challenges and opportunities in areas such as biofuel production, bioremediation, and pharmaceutical development. Once completed, this laboratory will play a crucial role in expanding our understanding of marine ecosystems and unlocking the potential of marine algae for a wide range of applications.

Meteorological Station

DIFST meteorological station serves the crucial purpose of collecting and analysing atmospheric data to provide weather forecasts and climate information. By monitoring temperature, wind patterns, Rain fall, and atmospheric pressure, these stations contribute to better understanding and prediction of weather conditions for various applications, including agriculture, transportation, and disaster preparedness.

List of Instruments available in DIFST meteorological station:

  • 1. Cup anemometer
  • 2. Wind Vane
  • 3. Rain Guage
  • 4. Barometer
  • 5. Max-Min thermometer
  • 5. Dry and Wet bulb hygrometer
Our college's comprehensive array of facilities is tailored to provide students with a well-rounded and enriching educational journey. From cutting-edge laboratories to recreational spaces, each facility contributes to creating a vibrant learning environment that nurtures both academic excellence and personal development.
* To be developed in this Semester